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  • http://womeninbusinessradio.com Michele Price

    Jeff,

    You are a machine at showing folks how they can see the beauty and opportunity in why to build their online presence.

    I especially like #2. How many times have companies said things like “We see no need to acquire another channel to communicate through.” Big mistake as they (your customers and prospects) will talk to you there whether you are there or not. As a matter of fact now if you do not talk with them “there” they can turn on you and give you very bad PR. Which would you prefer, another channel you can connect, communicate and control (even if is loosely) your message by showing active participation or gain negative conversations because you refuse to join them.

  • http://twitter.com/STEELMARKBus Jason Bleakley

    I love your work Jeff. Great stuff

  • http://twitter.com/STEELMARKBus Jason Bleakley

    I love your work Jeff. Great stuff

  • http://vpsbible.com the_guv

    nice post Jeff .. a gentle kick up the social butt :P

  • http://www.fanpagespro.com Facebook Marketing

    Good job buddy your work really amazed me.

  • http://blog.esimplestudios.com Gabriele Maidecchi

    I believe it’s also important to be active not just in social media networks like Twitter and Facebook – especially having a business page there – but also in blogs of your niche, commenting and participating in the discussion. That can dramatically help building reputation for your own brand.

  • Clara Rose

    Great stuff as always Jeff, love your insights.

  • http://marcduke.wordpress.com Marcduke

    Would also suggest using the LinkedIN Groups to let people know of new posts.

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  • Brian

    Wonderful and very useful info … thanks Jeff

  • http://www.omnificdesign.com.au/ GraphicDesignMelbourne

    Hi, Jeff. After reading this post, I immediately Googled my name and that of my brand and I am happy to say that I am kind of glad with what I found. What came up were social media sites and article directories I have accounts in and of course, my main website. What concerned me though was maybe I do not have any controversial posts concerning my name because I did not do anything to inspire debate and that might make me not as noticeable as others. Anyway, it’s just a thought and I am perfectly content being the “safe” marketer I am now. Thanks for the post. It’s a great read.

  • http://www.omnificdesign.com.au/ GraphicDesignMelbourne

    Hi, Jeff. After reading this post, I immediately Googled my name and that of my brand and I am happy to say that I am kind of glad with what I found. What came up were social media sites and article directories I have accounts in and of course, my main website. What concerned me though was maybe I do not have any controversial posts concerning my name because I did not do anything to inspire debate and that might make me not as noticeable as others. Anyway, it’s just a thought and I am perfectly content being the “safe” marketer I am now. Thanks for the post. It’s a great read.

  • http://twitter.com/GaryAwesome Gary Peeples

    You may have this covered too, but I just became “owner-verified” on google for one of the businesses I run, which allows you a lot of control on branding within google maps. Plus there are benefits like creating offers, and analytics. Another good way to be proactive.

    • jeffbullas

      Thanks for your comment. I haven’t heard of “owner verified” before so I will check it out

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QZYZ7JZLKRUSZLMWIL6BMO7SBU E-LABZ

    When I started out with my website and blog, I was nowhere near the first page of Google search results. Now I know where I went wrong and I have seen dramatic improvements over the past 4-5 months of posting, sharing and engaging actively. My website can now appear on Google first page results even minutes after posting an article. You are right Jeff, being proactive, sharing and persisting in doing it will eventually get you the results you want.

  • http://twitter.com/deep_current Deep Current

    Very practical! Thanks Jeff

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