7 Essential Links For the Successful Marketer
This week in C-NOTES:
50 Great Thoughts on Success
What I Learned About Great Meetings From Steve Jobs
12 Essential Tools For the Content Marketer
Link Building Strategies – The Complete List – Yes, the rumors are true. I’ve put together the most comprehensive list of link building strategies on the Web. If there’s any post on my blog you should bookmark for future reference, this is the one.
Building Blog Products That Sell 4: Price Your Product – If you’re late to this particular party, we’ve been spending the last few weeks examining ways to monetize your blog in an era when readers are holding onto their wallets more tightly than ever.Sure, you can make money by selling ads if all you care about is revenue. Any link farm can do the same thing. But by extending one’s blog into different media, a diligent blogger can create and sell products that no one else can duplicate.
5 Steps to Getting More Targeted Website Traffic with SEO Copywriting- Sometimes search engine optimization gets a bad rap because so many people abuse it. That’s too bad, because SEO copywriting is a great (and smart) way to drive traffic to your site or blog.
5 Ways To Build a Solid Email List – Email marketing is a powerful tool that can extend your reach beyond your website and create new sales opportunities. If you simply sell to customers when they happen to visit your site, you have an all-or-nothing chance of making a sale. Should they leave without making a purchase, there’s no guarantee they’ll return later.
12 Essential Tools For the Content Marketer – One of the questions marketers get asked most often starts like this. “I think I get content marketing, but what kind of content works best?” The short answer is that there are at least twelve types of content you can utilize as part of any content marketing plan.
50 Great Thoughts on Success - Are you completely successful? By the time you get to the bottom of this page, you may be.
What I Learned About Great Meetings From Steve Jobs – The principle of keeping meetings small and made up of smart people is deeply woven into the religion of electronics behemoth Apple and is key to any organization that wants to nurture quality thinking.
These are the links we think matter the most this week. What are yours?