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So you’ve got a great article written. You’ve done your keyword research and placed it in strategic but natural places throughout your article. The article is informative and engaging, and it has a compelling call to sign up for your newsletter.
What next? Put your article to work – again and again. Of course, you would submit it to an article directory or post it on your blog.
But don’t stop there. That one article can become a stream of content to help promote you and your business.
Here are 10 ideas to get you started:
Reddit.com is a source for finding what is popular and new on the web. It is considered a social news website and provides one more opportunity for you to share content from your own site. Getting a high placement for submissions to Reddit.com will help drive more visitors to your website.
Sometimes it can seem like you and your ghostwriter are on a different page. It’s as if the two of you are speaking two separate languages. Well, I’m here to help with that. Here are some phrases and terms that can be helpful to you when trying to get the very best from your ghostwriters.
Types of Content
Usually your content needs will extend to articles for websites or blog posts for blogs. The basic difference is the length but the concept is the same. but, sometimes, you may need the occasional press release, special report or email templates. [Read more...]
Not too long ago, if you needed a recipe, you either consulted a cookbook or called your great aunt Martha. Today, more and more recipe seekers are going online to find out how to make their favorite dishes.
And it’s not just wannabe chefs that hit the Web to search for recipes. It’s everyday cooks who want to try something new. It’s budget-minded individuals who are looking to lower their food bill. It’s health-conscious eaters who can’t find suitable prepared meals. It’s people who want to lose weight but don’t want to follow a diet that involves frozen meals or pills. The list goes on and on.
What does this mean for Internet marketers? It means that there are lots of great recipe niches to fill!