Since I have to rewrite the articles anyway, why don’t I just go to EzineArticles and grab some of those high quality articles and rewrite them instead? What’s the point of buying PLR articles then?
Am I missing something?:confused:
Just a quick question for you internet marketing gurus, or for those of you who have a bit of experience in marketing your own businesses. Which social media platform drives the most traffic to your website? Im obviously going to invest a bit of time and money in advertising my business through each of the main platforms, facebook, twitter, instagram etc. I was just wondering, more out of interest than anything (because as I said, I intend to utilize each platform to its max for my business) which of these social media platforms is responsible for the highest amount of visitors to your website?
I have a client who is asking me to write some content for him. He has about 50 words he wants included that he has determined are valuable via keyword planner or a program similar.
Hey guys, I need to find a way around this. Anyone ever provided copy in relation to stuff like this?
Hi all, Ive been hearing loads about Google Plus and the wonders it can do for marketing your business online. The only thing is, I dont use it and I dont actually know of anyone who does.
Hello hello hello. Email marketing is another aspect of marketing that Im trying to wrap my head around with a view to utilizing it to promote my business at some stage in the future. Ive gotten my head around the basics of email marketing and what I can do with it to really help my business. Ive got a decent sized mailing list made up of pretty genuine leads and Ive got a good idea how to grow this going forward. But before I take the plunge and invest in a top level email marketing service or program, Id like to maybe try it out first with some inexpensive or possibly free software. Just while Im getting the hang of creating and writing the campaigns, and while I grow my list of leads to a size that would justify such an expenditure on an email marketing programme.