How I Got 240 Unique Visitors To My Site By Just 1 Comment!

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My Weblog known as Tech fanboys is a technology blog that gets some 500 guests daily. Here are some excellent opportunities for generating many visitors to your website by leaving comments on some excellent high-profile blogs. This content which i’m composing today will describe how I got 230+ unique visitors in a week by posting […]

Why Businesses Cannot Ignore the Importance of Facebook

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Be it is a small bakery in your locality or the popular emblem that we all have renowned for years, you will find small and big enterprises hardworking on social networking. It is factual that the social media revolution has had a huge influence on the small-size enterprises more by supplying them infinite opportunities to […]

Own Your Content Channels (Why Email Is An Old Friend)

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The strongest way to build your digital space is to own it. Don’t build it on someone else’s terms. Anyone who thinks that Facebook or Twitter is a place owned and controlled by yourself is bonkers. Whether you’ve taken your time to go through Facebook’s 14,000 word terms and conditions or think that it’s ok for Twitter […]

Should I Give Content Away Free (Or Keep It In Storage)?

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If you give content away free it encourages your audience to see you as an honest and selfless authority within your industry. Don’t become a hoarder and keep your expertise in storage and finally open the doors when there is a desperate need for it, when all along the only person who cared about it most was yourself. Lets […]

Talking Content Marketing – Sonja Jefferson Interview

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To have the opportunity to discuss content and the role it plays with one of the creators from one of this year’s truly insightful books, was always going to be an interesting chat. Sonja Jefferson is co-author of Valuable Content Marketing, a truly valuable book from 2013 that helps others understand the importance of content in […]

4 Things Candy Buffets Can Teach You about Marketing

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I’d like to kick off this small lecture on small business by talking about candy. Specifically – candy buffets. If you aren’t familiar, candy buffets are those decorative spreads of sugar sticks and bon-bons, often presented in apothecary jars, which have taken wedding receptions and other celebratory gatherings by storm recently. At first, these tooth-racking […]

Content Marketing’s Paperboy Comparison

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The role social media plays in the progress of your content marketing is similar to that of the role of a paperboy. Yes, it’s another article with a metaphor. Your Website Is Your Primary Source Your website represents your key platform of information and the main source of content. The role that the channels you use form the distribution of information where […]

Your blog is dead? 5 magical ways to resurrect it

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Not only living things die, your blog can go down six feet you know? Don’t be surprised, you might think you’re getting the best out of your blog but the fact is that you’re not. You can’t get more out of the best you’re getting if you don’t put more effort.  Sometimes I do take […]

Tried & Tested Doesn’t Work Anymore – Marketing That Once Was

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The once tried and tested media platforms for marketing your product/service just does’t work anymore. The difference between the channels we once used and the channels we now have, is that the old channels were extremely expensive. The Decline Of Press Advertising ABC figures highlight that nearly 50% of the UK’s daily newspapers have declining print sales at a […]

The School Geography Textbook Diagram For Content Marketing

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The secret to effective content marketing is similar to the geography class at school where we all learnt about meandering rivers. Whilst the majority of us can go high-brow and talk about ‘ox-bow’ lakes, putting it into a principal of a constant flow of content and a growth of material(s) that can stand the course of time, becomes a […]