Marketing New Year’s Resolution #2

If you are a keen internet user, it’s more likely that you do. For those of you who don’t know, social networking websites are a place to meet and talk with other internet users. If you are an internet user who enjoys using the world wide web to meet new people, there is a good chance that you already belong to a social networking website. Another advantage is that scores of people employ these networking sites to market their own online blog, as a source of free advertising!

I used this online blog for the purpose of documenting my successes with my business. My projects, new content added to my website, keyword phrases I was ranking for…etc. Basically anything that had to do with my business, that was directly or indirectly because of my joining Mom Masterminds, I jotted down.

Include links to sources that you referenced when possible. This keeps your blog credible. It also allows your readers to explore other views of the topic of which you are talking about. If you show them an interesting site through a link, they could keep coming back to yours since you are showing them relevant, interesting information.

Success is not that easy. Webmasters love to use words like ‘easy’, ‘automated’, ‘secret revealed’, ‘unleashed’, etc. Remember, these are ONLY WORDS, they are not a magic wand that will drive thousands of dollars to your bank account.

Share your decision to lose weight with everyone you know. One way to do this is by establishing an online Visit my website to give updates on your efforts and progress. This will help you stay on track because you will not want to disappoint the people who read it.

Whether you’ve already started your own business, or you are looking into the possibilities, now is the time to create a personal growth plan that will lay the foundation for reaching your goals.

Relevant, targeted backlinking. It is better to link to a specific blog post when commenting and not just your blog’s homepage. This has a better chance of being read due to its relevance to the current page the reader is on.