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3 Reasons Why Nobody Visits Your Website

3 Reasons Why Nobody Visits Your Website

 

It’s great that you’re finally catching up with the times by getting your business online; however, thinking that this would somehow magically bring you more customers is a myth that many new online marketers believe; at first, that is. 499 more words

Let’s Talk About Visual Marketing

In today’s digital marketing world visuals are like the bread to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Without the bread you don’t have a sandwich. 392 more words

Internet Marketing Tips

Participatory Oriented Citizens:

In October of 2012, I attended Ulearn as an attendee. From the flood of information that washed over me I set two goals.

The first was to run a TeachMeet in New Zealand using Google Hangouts to provide a space where teachers can share their stories. 618 more words

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Why I do blogging


In the digital age, stories come and go in seconds.
I’d like to capture the insightful ones.

Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela.
Who are they? 59 more words

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Turn Yourself Into An Expert On Search Engine Optimization By Reading This

There is so much online competition for traffic that search engine optimization, or SEO, is critical for those who want to stand out. Search engines are the real information superhighway these days, and people are more likely to visit sites near convenient exits. 512 more words

SEO Tips

Relevant Content Ep. 18: Jared Leto and Web One Point Oh

Relevant Content is a bi-weekly podcast for Aux.Out. in which hosts Sasha Geffen (CoS, Pitchfork) and Philip Cosores (Director of Aux.Out., Paste) discuss topical issues with guest industry experts and personalities. 109 more words

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Guest blog from @wordsmithcomms: Five ways to improve your social media reach for FREE #IndieRetail

Likes… shares… retweets… favourites – there are a whole heap of ways that users can spread your message online. The difficulty is in saying something that makes it worth their while: something engaging, interesting and, most importantly, relevant to them. 1,179 more words

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