Your biggest investment will be your time whether you have money or not. Starting from scratch will take a bit more time but Rome wasn’t built in a day. Hold onto your dream. Believe that you will succeed. Be positive. With a mind set like that, you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.
Your marketing strategy needs to have a set goal and specific strategies to niche your goals. Traditional marketing appeals for masses and it requires a huge sum of money and time. If you are able to locate your niche, or people those who are interested in what you are offering and target them. This way you will increase your ROI by increasing your conversion rate and will also be able to crosscut your expenditure by not appealing to the people who do not need your products or services. You would always want to spend your marketing energy on people who want what you have.
Twitter and your blog make for an interesting relationship, especially if your objective is Seo. A ‘Tweet’ can pick up leads, who then visit your blog. From time-to-time, the visitor will like what they see and link to it from their site. This conveys some of their Google ‘trust’ to your blog.
Di wrote this book because she found out what a minefield it was out there. There is mass misinformation, re-hashed garbage and just plain “wrong” information. It’s virtually impossible to find reliable and useful information in relation to search engine optimisation.
Try to implement the communication word that attracts them, to be part of our business. Using words such as ‘we’, ‘us’ and ‘you’ is the best, when it comes to building relationship with content.
1) Don’t need to learn everything about content marketing. – If you are new to this traffic generation method, it may be months before you learn all the ins and outs of content marketing. To work around this, hire a firm to do the work on your behalf. You can stand on the sidelines and learn as you go.
That said, it has also severely divided our world, in fact we ALL now live in two co- existing worlds. One is Real and the other is Virtual. And the problem is we are drawn a little deeper in to the virtual world a little more everyday. And where the two worlds collide is not clear at all. Sony says “Live in your world. Play in ours.” But how much fun is it really and what do we give up to have it?