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THE 12 HOTTEST TOOLS FOR CONTENT PROMOTION

Mktg montage Content is key to marketing your online business. No matter how you use the Internet for business marketing always comes into play. You simply have to market your online offerings. Even those with huge mailing lists advise those lists of new posts and product intros. Sharing with social media is a must, if you want to serve your niche tribes. Online marketing is more than advertising. It includes using all Internet media to bring your message to as wide an audience as possible.

That is no different from yesterday’s brix&stix businesses who used grandpa’s media effectively. The difference is today we have instant digital dissemination of our effort. So many of us are solo entrepreneurs and we rely heavily on software tools to get our marketing job done. The following excellent post by William Harris first appeared last week. I pass it along so  like me you can learn about key tools for promoting your content. You have to know the tools available and use them to promote your content. Most fail making money online simply because they do not know how to run an Internet business – these failures simply want to make money fast.

Get in the game to stay in the game.

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5 Avoidable Blog Mistakes

Blog Traffic

I started this blog site to give useful information to people wanting to make money online. Hard as I try not to, I still make basic blogging mistakes – time and again.

My biggest mistake is not posting to schedule. No matter how hard I try I just cannot post each week. My vow this day is to post at least once a week – let’s make it on Friday. Friday posts give you the weekend to put advice in motion. Along the way I’ll continue to repost guest items that are sure to help  you develop a better Internet money-making approach.

Making amends my treat for you today is by Stephanie Norman, an an excellent writer and frequent guest blogger. You can follow her at Facebook and Google+. The following item first appeared on  Marketing Insider Group

 

Here’s Stephanie’s article:

Do You Want To Make Your Blog Successful? There Are 5 Mistakes You Need to Avoid.

The blogosphere is a noisy place. Blogs come and go all the time, so it’s difficult to determine a precise number when someone asks “how many blogs are there?” There is one thing we know for sure: that number is huge. You thought you would get noticed in this crowd by adopting a strategy “write the best content, publish it, and the right people will read it”? That’s your first mistake.

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What is Content Curation and How to Get the Most Out of It

Content Curation - canstockphoto29482332 I frequently curate content, posting an entire article rather than simply using a lead line and link to the article. I do that to ensure more people read items of importance, not only those of passing interest. Many of us read what is presented and pass on clicking to another site.

Our purpose as Internet Marketers is connecting people with information. That’s been marketing’s purpose ever since the wheel inventor explained his discovery and its importance.

The goal is providing appropriate audiences with what is needed to make informed decisions or to learn necessary practices and skills. Some sites focused on my niche often are more breezy and lighter reading. This site seeks to offer details leading to greater business success. Below is an article first published on WPBlogging Nerd.  I encourage you to read the following. Curating content is a powerful tool in content marketing. Doing it correctly keeps you out of trouble and shows respect for the content creater.

Enjoy this article by Diana D. Jensen –

Content curation can be a good and a bad strategy for a blogger – depending on how it’s done. If you do it right, it’s a recipe for success, and if you do it wrong it can turn into a disaster. If you’re not certain that your current strategy works, this post can help you evaluate and optimize your methods.

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Paid Ad Tips

PPC 1 - canstockphoto I rely heavily on paid advertising. Sure I get results from organic impressions. But the Big Bang comes from paid ads. My top paid ad resource is PPC using Bing. Of course Google ads may have greater penetration. But, Bing ads cost less and are very effective.

I construct my Bing ad method using what I learned from a great program: Traffic Masters Academy. Traffic Masters Academy is a paid course providing detailed instruction on how to get traffic. A top online money-maker teaches each training module.

A new Bing campaign ad schedule is set starting at $5 a day. I let it run for five days or so and then make adjustments. I usually run 5 – 10 different headline ads, rotating them in sequence.

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Reuse Your Content – For Higher Ranking & More Sales

A strength of the Internet is nothing is never ‘one and done’ – what you publish is available forever. What you put up may never go away. That’s true unless you remove your website or blog site where content resides. Even then ‘shares’ of your material may be on other sites – forever.

However, not everyone reads your blog posts when you put them up. Not everyone opens your email messages when you send them. How do we get more from our content? How can we get more email opens?

Here are some tips for getting maximum bang for your content creation effort.

Armando Roggio never fails to offer great online marketing tips. In a recent post he recommends starting a podcast using recycled material. This item is an excerpt from a recent post by Armando. He offers a tried and true tip for recycling your material.

Podcast 3 As the year starts anew, so can content marketing. For January 2016, consider creating a podcast from your blog posts.

Each episode of the podcast might be as simple as reading a post verbatim, perhaps, with an opening introduction and closing thank you.

According to a report on statistics website Statista, about 17 percent of American adults listen to podcasts. But it is estimated that only about three percent of marketers use podcasts to reach potential customers. This may mean that podcasting could represent an opportunity for some small businesses to engage potential customers in a less competitive environment.

A blog-driven podcast might have a secondary benefit, too. In 2016, website accessibility may garner some attention, as regulatory bodies, courts, and businesses define what it means to make a website accessible to folks with disabilities.

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