3 Tips To Help You Build A Successful Home Based Business In 2011September 16, 2019
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In 2009 a man named Michael Stezner launched an online publication called Social Media Examiner. Michael chose not to use traditional marketing tactics but only the powerful tools inside social networking. He hit the number one spot on Technorati under Business Blogs and had 100,000 subscribers in less than three months.
Who is your target audience? Make a list of different types of people you hope to reach. If your my blog is about building amazing creations from Lego’s then think about places you’ll find your target market. Lego forums? Legoland? The Brothers Brick blog picked a good name that should appeal to their target audience.
What if you don’t live in your basement? Are there other reasons to use the Suicide Machine? Absolutely! As many of us have heard, the internet provides for instant transfer and storage of the very best, and the very worst information of the world. This applies to a lot of people due to many colleges and companies scanning social profile s of their students and employees. Angry tweets and status updates have led to terminations from jobs and colleges across the world. If you’re worried that your social profile could prevent you from getting into college, the Suicide Machine is great for you!
It is a well known and hugely researched fact that not everyone will buy something from you the minute they hit your blog and that people buy from those they know, like and trust. The best way to establish trust and to let people know that you are in fact not a scam artist but a professional is to provide them with an opportunity to download something free from you in return for their name/email address. You can create something yourself or use a PLR product – obviously your own work will provide more credibility.
If you do 4 new personal blog posts the first day, create a set of 4 accounts for each of web 2.0 properties. This way you won’t hammer the social networks with a lot of content from the get go. Next day, you reuse the profiles you created and saved and add new content and links to the back links that lead to your new 4 blog posts and your new blog posts and so on. This is the way I use applications to get back links. it us an recommendation, not a rule that you can’t break.
Always put your articles on your own website. This should be more apparent now more than ever. With the new updates Google has come out with, they straight up telling us that they are looking for content that is unique.
Leveraging the existent power of the social site here is what’s next. Social sites have an internal structure that helps you gather some internal back links to your profile pages, bookmarks, articles. What does that mean? Let’s take hi5 for instance. After you post your links, mini blog post, you will go after making friends. The more friends you have, the more backlink power will be attributed to your profile because all your friends profile will point back to yours. I really hope you had an “A-HAA” moment here. It can be applied to almost every single social site out there!