You won’t find this on a list of business classes offered at any university in America, or even worldwide, for that matter. No one would sign up for “How to Destroy Your Business,” and yet, you might think that course is being taught because there are lots of businesses who are conducting themselves as though they had a degree in Business Destruction. How are they doing this? Let’s take a look.
Try turning an article you previously wrote into a new blog post, maybe with a different spin. And vice versa – blog post to article. Try turning one into a video, or a slide show to put on SlideShare or Squidoo.
Select the proper keywords for your articles and place them strategically into your posts. Your potential customers use search queries in search engines to discover the new websites related to their current needs. Ask yourself, how would one of your customers search for a website like yours? How would they search for a specific web page like one that you are trying to promote? The answers to these questions will give you your first clues to your best keywords. These keywords act as flags for the search engines so that they understand your content is relevant to that specific search query.
5) Set up your Blog/Website:This is the most powerful step of all. After your this blog on all these mainstream social networking sites is in place, it begins to create an image of a genuine person for you. That is a great beginning.
Before you can start emailing people with all of your exciting news, you need their email addresses. Which means you need to convince people to give you their email addresses. You should have a place on your website, and/or your social media profiles, where you give people a chance to fill in their email address. Obviously, they won’t do this if they don’t know what’s in it for them.
After that, it’s important to make sure the content distributed online is social media profiles media optimized. This means that it needs to get shared on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Digg. The amount of shares directly affects how high the content will rank online.
In 2005, the Web 2.0 revolution made it possible for people everywhere to begin to talk about all this, and finally, the same year, among many lawsuits related to this “can’t cancel” problem, AOL agreed to pay 1.25 million dollars in damages to the state of NY, and to revise their customer service standards, but the damage was done. AOL had committed suicide due to arrogance and not listening to their customers.
Internet marketing is huge, and dare I say saturated, but mobile marketing is a segment that is thriving right at this moment. As long as you have a smartphone, you have a money making tool right at your fingertips. Don’t miss out on this. Trends only stay new for a while.