Building Your Web Presence for Authors: Don’t Let Google Do Your Talking. While hanging out with some friends last night one of them mentioned the name of a well established local business.
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One of the fastest ways to get more visibility is to connect with established bloggers in niches related to yours. There are three fast ways to make that happen: linking to their blogs, effectively using social media, and blog commenting. As Marty Weintraub of Aimclear Search Engine Marketing taught me when I first started blogging, you can “invite other bloggers to the party” by linking to them.
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Posted by Michelle Mangen on July 7, 2011 · 3 Comments Remember back in the good old days when if you wanted a web site, you had to hire a web programmer?
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