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  • http://www.ProveItsYours.com Michelle Ketterman

    Fantastic content! These tips seem basic, and yet…I certainly needed the reminder. And to have these all in one place, well that was just an added bonus! Thank you.

  • http://www.melodylealamb.com Melody Lea Lamb

    A great list! As Michelle mentioned, it is basic…common sense, but absolutely needs to be highlighted. In my opinion, there is no “quick and dirty” way to have success on our social network venues.

  • http://oooooozoooooone.com Fatin

    A REAL HARD WORK TO LIST IT 40, great issue !

  • http://www.essentialwholesale.com Kayla Fioravanti

    Wow — awesome information! Thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge.

  • http://LezlieDavis.com Lezlie Davis

    Wow! This is one of the most valuable posts I’ve read!

    Great work & definitely worth the effort. Thanks!

  • http://www.burtchiropractic.com Eduard Burt, D.C., MUAC

    As always, great post Jeff. Belive it or not I found out about #22, Lewis Howes via one of your previous posts about a week ago or so. Today he stopped by my clinic and got a chiropractic adjustment and later on we had a lunch together at Top Thai Restaurant. Lewis is a huge fan of Thai Cuisine. if not for Twitter, and your post, I would never be able to get to know Lewis and what a great and simple guy he is. Curious who else I am going to meet during my blogging journey?

    • jeffbullas

      Hi Eduard… That is amazing and I am glad I arranged an inadvertent introduction. This social media web never ceases to amaze me. Cheers

  • http://www.burtchiropractic.com Eduard Burt, D.C., MUAC

    Perhaps you are next :)
    If you ever in San Francisco let me know via whatever channel you choose to contact me.
    PS: Half of my Blog Design was created around the content in your posts. The other half came from different sources. Keep up a great work.
    See you on a WEB 2.0

  • Michael Q Todd

    Great tips Jeff especially about micro niching. There are so many niches out there that people can grab and if they align one to their passion and purpose AND stick to that niche then they cannot fail to be successful

  • http://www.soundwebsolutions.com/blog/ Cindy Lavoie

    Wow- 40 items, and all are worthwhile suggestions! I usually see lists of 5, 6 or 10 ideas. Thanks for the extra value!

  • http://RichardBejah.com Richard Bejah

    Another GREAT List.. SO MUCH GREAT CONTENT! I’m Very busy at moment just bookmarked this will read in full next I have a break! RICH :0)

  • http://www.dickiearmour.me.uk Dickie Armour

    Jeff, thanks for such an awesome post!!
    So many great points here I’ve added it as a bookmark so I can come back to it again and again.
    Lots of links to other sites means I’ve got some reading to do!!
    I’m going to write about it in my blog and link to this so others can find it too.
    I’m off to tweet it now.
    Thanks again Jeff.

  • http://www.kcclaveria.com KC Claveria

    As usual, some great points here. What resonates with me most is the emphasis on having an offline life that compliments the online life. The word “social” isn’t on social media for no apparent reason.

  • RB

    Another great article from Jeff! But I still have a question – do you need to have a blog to be a great social media marketeer?

    - @remypug

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  • http://Tlburriss.wordpress.com Teddy Burriss

    Thanks for the collection of good useful points Jeff. I appreciate the insights.I should read these monthly to keep me on task.

  • http://jvbakshi.wordpress.com Jay

    Well curated, Jeff! Loved yr comment on co- creation. That’s something I am also exploring on my blog, and a Number of niche networks i have co-created.

  • http://www.accelerated-training-consultancy.co.uk Beverley Ireland-Symonds

    Comprehensive blog with lots of useful information as always. You always provide something new for me to learn and implement.

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  • http://twitter.com/CallingBubba Bubba GotPassport

    Jeff, consider this site bookmarked! Excellent summary of social media “How to’s.” It was interesting to see things that we’ve been doing, but didn’t think of it as remarkable, such as #6 – meeting people online, then offline. We’re in Chiang Mai, and we definitely have lived that formula – making great friends via Twitter/FB/ourBlog, then actually meeting them in person.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jpbellamy John Bellamy

    Great information as always Jeff.

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  • Debra Bekker

    Excellent article, thanks. I have learned so much.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/romona.foster Romona Foster

    Thanks for compiling this list Jeff!

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  • Yasmin Anderson-Smith

    Awesome information Jeff. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Ed

    Lot’s of general info in there… Couldn’t see any practical gems… Felt like I was in a Tony Robinson Inspiration Seminar:
    “Be Awesome”, “Be the best you can be”, “Listen…”, “lead…” “do…”
    All you needed was a puff of smoke and Europes the “final countdown” playing the background and I would have bought your biography X4.
    Keep writing!! – My gem for the day.

    • Niaw de Leon

      are you kidding? did you read te recommended actions?

  • venajensen

    Great article, Jeff. Good idea to spellcheck and have someone review before posting. Everyone makes mistakes! Let me know if you would like some help!

  • MistaCEO

    Very Inspiring helpful tips indeed just what I needed to hear!!!

  • http://plumeriamarketing.com/ Patti Langell

    Some great social media tips! Really like the micro niche idea. Have to put on my thinking cap.

  • http://startupvalue.com/ Darius Gaynor

    Great post! I believe letting your passion shine is very important.