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  • Rick Barker

    Great Stuff Jeff!

    • http://www.tomorrow-people.com/blog Sookie Shuen

      Thanks, Rick. Much appreciated. (:

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  • http://YourStressMatters.com Dr. Rae

    Thank you Jeff, and Sookie for providing this useful information…  Unfortunatey your offer Sookie for the “top ten tips for getting discovered. Click here to get it.”  was extremely difficult to read ;(

    • http://www.tomorrow-people.com/blog Sookie Shuen

      Hi Dr. Rae, it definitely was a long list and there’s the eGuide to help summarise it up. I really hope you’ll gain from it. 

      Sookie

  • http://www.austrianalpineholidaysblog.com/ Linda

    Good morning!

    I hear what you are saying about getting traffic to your website by using a blog – but getting the blog indexed and ranked has the same difficulties as the website. And with so much ‘noise’ on twitter, facebook etc standing out from the crowd as a new voice is very difficult – especially if you are also a new start up business with very few existing clients or business ‘friends’ to help set the ball rolling.

    As well as conversation, conversation, conversation, I think people also need to realise it takes time, time and a heck of a load more time – especially if you’re in the position I just described.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    The key to a successful internet marketing strategy is to be organized.  Create a link building strategy that includes tasks to be completed each month and regularly update an editorial calendar with blog posts, articles, etc. that need to be created. Schedule social posts ahead of time if possible.  There’s a lot to get done and it works best if you stay on a set schedule.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/c.rajagopalan Rajagopalan Chandrashekar

    The blog should be followed up with systematic organic promotion using social media and online communities. A calendar for organic promotion is a good idea, but difficult (hard work) to keep up

  • http://www.facebook.com/c.rajagopalan Rajagopalan Chandrashekar

    The blog should be followed up with systematic organic promotion using social media and online communities. A calendar for organic promotion is a good idea, but difficult (hard work) to keep up

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  • http://www.topdogsocialmedia.com/ Melonie Dodaro

    i love number #3 Dont just inform – interAct. A lot of people use social media for content distribution and forget the social part of it. BUilding connection is really important specially if you want to stand out of the crowd. 

    people buy from people they trust and conversation can help you gain that.

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    Great post for me… Don’t just inform interact… must admit I need to pay more attention here. Thanks for that. Helene

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    Those four steps are easy to follow. I don’t even think that I can use that kind of strategy to get me discover in the internet. Thanks for the post, glad to know this one.

  • Shannon DeFazio

    This is right on point! I think ” Be social” is a great point. There are a lot of websites and different social media’s out there. If a company isn’t being “social” then its just like your company a sitting duck. I also think another point would be flexibility and being able to change. Social media is changing everyday.

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    Great article! Have bookmarked it & will follow you elsewhere. I just started doing a top 10 list lil while ago & Im already seeing an increase in traffic
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