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  • http://www.facebook.com/socialsimon Simon Quance

    Thanks as ever for your insights Mr Bullas. Focus on the fantastic four is a sound mantra for developing cut through – but if (due to size of the operation) you had to develop one area at a time – where would you start – social..?

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  • http://twitter.com/ClickWhisperer Click Whisperer

    I love how Jeff uses horizontal keywording to get those otherwise unaware visitors. Hello fanboys! Anyway to answer Simon’s question, start with website SEO. Your most qualified, lowest cost visitors will come from search engines.

  • Robert Ginther

    Jeff, I always like reading your posts. They are very informative, helpful and to the point. I have read some posts from others that scramble around, so i quit reading them. But with yours, i always read the entire post or blog.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks Robert. It is always my aim to make it as clear as possible.

  • http://www.probiztechnology.com/blog/ Jackie Kiadii, Instructor

    Hi Jeff, Great post and concept. My fantastic four are (1) SEO (2) Blogging (3) Email Marketing (4) Social Media. While blogging is part of social media, it is so important that it deserves a place all its own.

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