Chicken Fried Marketing :-) ...tasty!

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Here's a great recipe that can be prepared in no time and is a feel good technique that can take many rankings quickly for a new product roll out, emerging trends etc. Prep time is not that long if you know your way in the kitchen.

Many marketers add their own spices but this is my family recipe

For best results I usually allow 48 hours to cook.

After your Chicken (site.. with feathers) starts to get all sizzily and juicy you serve. The taste on Google can last a good bit and if your smart your chicken will keep laying eggs all over the place!

The taste may get dull after a couple of weeks if it was a quick trend but you now have multiple pages ranking ....it all depends on what size cooking dish you are throwing your chicken into. ;-)

Please keep in mind that this is a family style recipe! There are many out there! There are some great frozen, more expensive quickies out there (automation) but in today's economy some folks need to eat in!

I still like to get my hands into it every now and again....it just tastes better.

IMPORTANT: Check out the Google listings for your keywords prior to starting. That way when you go back in 2-3 days you will notice the difference.
WARNING - COOKING CAN BE HAZARDOUS to Your Health!
Please be sure that you comply with all Cooking Regulations ...along with the FTC / Merchants TOS and guidelines. I don't want to see people get burnt by the stove!


Ingredients:
  • 1 Niche (New Product)
  • 1 Video
  • 1 Blog
  • 3 Posts
  • 10 Keywords

Plugins Needed
  • -All In One SEO
  • -Google Analytics
  • -WPComment Spam Blocker
  • -Facebook Connect Button
  • -Tweet This Button
  • -SocialBookmarks

Social Bookmarking Sites to Use /
(There are boat loads more. However, these are My must have ingreidients and what I have my peeps use when we are entering new niche markets.) :p

Set up accounts with:
  • Amplify
  • Clipmarks
  • Digg
  • Stumble
  • Yahoo Buzz
  • Free Website Submition -Google it

Grease your blog
*Prep Time 15-30 Mins
*Make sure all of the plugins are installed and configured. Also ensure that your permalinks are set with the following:
/%postname%/
I only call out the post name in this particular recipe and leave category out.
Preheat the Oven
*400 degrees for 30-45 minutes
*Your cookie sheets =Keywords, Seo, Analytics, Video, Account Set Up
I like to pick a reasonably competitive 2 word parent keywords with 3 and 4 word long tailed keywords for my post title.
  • *Review Social Bookmark sites. Set up new accounts where needed.
  • *Update Title of your blog (which can be different than the url)
  • this should include One of your Parent Keywords, preferably the first word
  • *Insert the description.
The description should focus on 2 different keywords that compliment each other This is a great place to sprinkle some love that will taste good in the end Selecting 2 (3 word) keywords and rolling them nicely together in the description does wonders. Try to keep your text less than 165 characters here.

Try to use the keywords in the first sentence and end of the second sentence. The description should sound good and not just be one big runon keyword. Other people need to be able to spell this good cookin!
  • **Be sure to fill in all 10 Keywords in the appropriate "keyword" section of All in One Seo.
  • **Get your analytics set up
  • **Find or Create a quick video on the topic or something that is closely related. Do not violate copyrights etc...

Prepare the Poultry!

**Prep Time Apprx. 2 Hours
**Mixing Everything together for the cooker!

Sprinkle in your remaining 7 Special Herbs and Spices..
(these are Your Remaining Keywords and Should be the Juiciest Ones.) in with your blog posts / social bookmarking as follows:

Focus 3 keywords on just your Post Titles,
  • Then 1 of them for your video,
  • Then 1 of them exclusively for your Amplify account
  • Then 1 for your Digg
  • 1 For Yahoo Buzz
***Make Your 3 Posts

It's up to you what "Post" seasoning (content) you want to use. That depends on what your are marketing...just be sure to Use 1 Long Tail sub keyword from the parent in your post title.

Feel free to add a bit more for pizazz. But keep try your titles less than 10 words.
  • *Use the keywords of the posts as your tags in the admin area.
  • *Use the Same Title as your Post Title in the All in 1 seo (scroll down page after composing post)
  • *In the description section of the SEO pack (For Posts)....reverse the Post Title and add to it.
***Embedd Your video
***Publish everything as you go. (make sure it is correct)
***Submit your site via Freewebsite Submission
***Publish your RSS Feed to Feedage
***Now go back to the first Post you published and view it. Copy the full url WITH post title and submit it to Amplify. (If you have not used it...I think you will love it). Your post title should appear as the Amplify title but if it does not...then insert it.
Use a different description for Amplify but it should focus on the same keywords as the postCooking Tip: Use Tubemogul for your Video (there is an initial free trial thingy). The Keyword should be the first word in the Video Title and if done right can be very profitable long term. Be sure that your URL is the first item in the video description.


Let Simmer for 24 Hours

(really gets the juices flowin)
....COOKING TIP: Try to insert some social media elements throughout the posts or links. Sites such as facebook, twitter etc. In fact my recipe seems produce more flavors when I only have twitter and fb.
Take out of Oven and Serve
PrepTime: 30-45 minutes

This is where you season with the finishing Social Touches. Feel free to add to taste.

***Go To your Second Post and
Submit it to All of the Social Bookmarking Sites above.
For best Results use variations of your Titles and Descriptions for each one. Still Focusing on that particular Post's Keyword.

***If it mixes well...get social with your site on twitter and facebook
Extended Serve (about 4 hours after taking out of oven)
Prep Time: 30-45 Mins
**Go to Your Last post and Submit it to all of the Social Bookmarking Sites
Savor the taste!!!
Enjoy!
#chicken #fried #marketing
  • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
    When do I add the Hot Sauce? And, what is the Hot Sauce?
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    • Profile picture of the author Sean A McAlister
      @ Dan....

      lol.....I can't tell you that. It's too sexy!
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      • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
        Originally Posted by Sean A McAlister View Post

        lol.....I can't tell you that. It's too sexy!
        If we ever end up living near each other, remind me never to eat your fried chicken. On the other hand, I don't think I'll forget...
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        • Profile picture of the author Sam Crowley
          Hey Sean,

          Great post!
          I will definitely keep close by.

          Quick question: Being located in West Virgina, I assume your stove is on the front porch.
          Does it matter where the cook is located


          Peace,

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          • Profile picture of the author Sean A McAlister
            Originally Posted by Sam Crowley View Post

            Hey Sean,

            Quick question: Being located in West Virgina, I assume your stove is on the front porch.
            Does it matter where the cook is located


            Peace,

            Sam
            lol....my stove is on a beach! ...somewhere......
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  • Profile picture of the author Firs
    Great article - nice summary of how to do it!
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    Nice share.
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  • Profile picture of the author Desmond Ong
    Hey Sean, I heard fried chicken will increase my weight.

    Will this do the same?

    Cuz im cutting on my weight and trying to get as big as Dwayne Johnson. :-p
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    • Profile picture of the author Sean A McAlister
      Originally Posted by Desmond Ong View Post

      Hey Sean, I heard fried chicken will increase my weight.

      Will this do the same?

      Cuz im cutting on my weight and trying to get as big as Dwayne Johnson. :-p
      Love It!!!!..... I like to keep a few extra pounds carrying me around online but as with everything you gotta have balance ...lol
      :p
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  • Profile picture of the author pearlydean
    Excellent Sean and a novel way to get people to have a look!

    I will print this off now and keep it in the fridge...
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    Love this recipe

    -Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author TheJedi
    lol. An excellent and creative analogy. Lots of wise information in there, too. Thanks a bunch for sharing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sean A McAlister
      Give me a side order of Squidoo!!!...to gooooo!
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    Very creative and informative post! Thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author SirBertram
    Sean you always manage to spice things up, the hot suace is not a surprise! Thanks for another interesting post of helpful tips!
    Too bad for me it's so cold up here in Boston "cause you KNOW I like my chicken fried!
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  • Profile picture of the author warrick
    Haha you are making me hungry. Very interesting and delicious! Thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
    Sean - you're a nuthead! LOL

    Loved it.

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    • Profile picture of the author Sean A McAlister
      Originally Posted by Allen Graves View Post

      Sean - you're a nuthead! LOL

      Loved it.

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      Ha! Glad you enjoyed it Allen! We need to get on the radio again!!
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  • Profile picture of the author JoeHughes
    Sean fantastic post, what an imagination!

    A few less f's than Gordon Ramsay would have sprinkled throughout, but a more practical recipe.

    What's for pudding?
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    Wait what?
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I shouldn't have read this so late at night, now I'm drooling and wanting a platter of KFC hot and spicy chicken legs and wings right now..lol! It's definitely a timeless recipe that be "rinsed and repeated" many times for good results...great job!
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