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Twitter Tips and a Question

Twitter is a fantastic tool.  Twitter has been described as a micro blogging tool, but what does it mean and how can you use it? With Twitter, you connect to a wider International community by sending, and reading, 140  character text messages.  The question that your Twitter interface generally asks is “What are you doing [...]

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Virtual Smart Agent – Your Sales Person in a Box

Virtual Smart Agent – Your Sales Person in a Box

Being a real numpty, I always wondered how Internet Marketers could afford to have a live person establish an online chat with me when I went to leave their sales page. I was amazed that someone was just waiting for me to visit their page and then try to navigate away. You see I am [...]

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PODCAST: Social Marketing in The 21st Century, Do You Risk Becoming Extinct?

A blog post by John Mariotti yesterday, stated that REAL business people don’t use (and won’t use) Social Media Marketing. The article goes on to provide 10 reasons why Mr Mariotti won’t use social media and whilst some of his points have merit, I was left quite flabbergasted as to his main reasonings. An interesting [...]

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Twitter – Keeping Up With The Conversation!

Twitter – Keeping Up With The Conversation!

Twitter is probably my favourite communication tool. It is a social tool and is allows me to communicate with a wide group of friends, across the world. Even the 140 character limit for tweets doesn’t faze me, I have learned how to be succinct! Today, I learnt of another tool in the Twitter tool kit [...]

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Blogging, SEO and Twitter

Blogging, SEO and Twitter

On April 29, I reported that just using Twitter as a mechanism to increase your blogs rankings in the Search Engines wasn’t going to work, simply because the Twitter links are marked “No Follow”. So, to continue my SEO experiment, I left my blog running and turned on pinging services. The results are far more [...]

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Digging & Shouting, What’s The Deal?

A couple of days ago I wrote about an experiement being conducted by Chris Lang about the effects of “shouting” your own posts on Digg. At the time of writing, Chris suspected that shouting your own posts to your Digg friends actually caused Google to derank your information and not list your posts in the [...]

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Video: Having Problems With Images & WordPress 2.5 onwards?

The other day, I started the task of upgrading my blogs to WordPress 2.5.1. This blog is still to be done, but overall the process is relatively simple. What wasn’t simple though, after upgrading, was getting images to upload through the visual editor. In fact, it was impossible – I just kept getting a “HTTP [...]

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VIDEO: Do You Digg It?

A few months ago, I posted about Web 2.0 and social networking. Yesterday, I received an email about Digg and how to use it. I figured, the best way to explain it, is to show it, so I started up Camtasia and recorded a presentation on how to use Digg to promote your sites.

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The Great Twitter and SEO Experiment (Day 1)

Today, I set up my new blog to test the effect of Twitter on Search Engine Rankings. Just a quick recap – there has been discussion amongst a group of colleagues that suggests that Tweeting your links will help raise their rank in Googles Search Engine. This is on the premise that your Tweet (which [...]

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PODCAST: Diane Corriette helping Women Develop Online Businesses

PODCAST: Diane Corriette helping Women Develop Online Businesses

Today, I had the privilege of interviewing Diane Corriette from the Womens Internetwork Marketing Alliance. Diane had so much to share with us. Please listen to the PodCast and enjoy the interview. About Diane Corriette Diane Corriette is a mother of 3 living in London England who has been self employed for the last 11 [...]

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