Is Internet Marketing Success For All? Part 1July 25, 2019
How do I increase traffic to my web site? That is the perennial questions in the mind of all web masters and Internet marketers. If you scan any webmaster’s forum, there are hundreds of questions all related to increasing traffic because traffic is the bloodline of a website. Without traffic, your website is dead; lost in the Internet black hole.
Myspace: The Myspace iPhone app allows you to stay in touch with your social network, send and receive messages, view your contacts and read their statuses as well as upload photos from phone.
If you are creating a my collections, having a solid base of subscribers is an important way to ensure that your blog is successful. A new reader of your blog is going to base a lot of your credibility on the amount of subscribers you have. If you ask questions in your blog, you are then opening the blog up to discussions, which is going to entice more people (interested readers) to want to speak their mind on answering the questions or ideas brought up in the blog. Therefore, hesitant subscribers will be more likely to join.
Twitteriffic: This Twitter app features a built-in browser that lets you follow tweeted links without leaving the application. Users can post tweets to their account, view other tweets from contacts and update a location. There’s a free (ad-supported) version as well as a paid version.
Why? Because I think people who have “typical” upbringings are at a disadvantage in life. They see things in a very narrow way which limits their choices. After all, how can you make a sharp left when everybody else is veering right if you don’t even know that left is an option?
Mashable: This app allows you to keep up with the latest coverage from Mashable’s web site wherever you may be. The Mashable app allows you to have the most current information on the Web 2.0 and social media world sent right to your mobile phone.
While I am not a fan of totally out-sourcing this effort (your brand, your message and your posts need to be coordinated which is often best done in-house), you can certainly get someone to help.