Why? Because when you’re providing services that have to deal with emotional hot-buttons like investing, buying or selling real estate, or even life coaching most people want to do a little research. They want to be assured that they are making the right decision.
These are all high PR (measure of importance from Google), high traffic sites that will get you noticed. There should be nothing on that list with a PR of less than 5. I use the first 4 personally, the others I have picked up from other people and have not actually used.
The Title tag is an important part of web design for search engine optimisation. This tag is likely to be picked up by search engines and displayed as a result header when a visitor finds your website on a search engine. This tag also appears as the title that in the blue strip at the top of your browser.
You Tube. Google owns this shared video website and you can search for videos based on keyword phrases. Most of the videos will include an URL for a specific opportunity that you can then go to the website and check out closer.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ are all free services that present entrepreneurs and small business owners with a tantalizing opportunity to save money on their marketing budget. but saving money isn’t the same as making money.
Great products are well made (or work well). Discovering and creating products to meet unmet needs is only half the battle. If the resulting product doesn’t work, falls apart, or offers only half -hearted service, it’s not worth doing.
Careful planning. Just like any other endeavor, you need to carefully plan your content marketing campaign before you even think about launching it. What exact strategies are you going to use? Are you going to sink your teeth into article marketing, blogging, and/or ezine publishing? How much information do you plan to share to your target audience? How frequent are you going to update your blog and web content? How much time are you going to spend per strategy? How would you know if everything you’re doing is effective? Are you going to hire ghost writers or are you going to do it all by yourself? The more questions you ask, the more prepare you’ll become and the lesser your chances of failing in this endeavor.
Blogs are brilliant – but don’t be tempted to host your blog on a site such as WordPress or Blogger. If you are going to go to the trouble of hosting a blog, do it on your own site (and not just publish to your site).