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Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by imark on Mon Jul 11, 2011 9:10 am

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Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by Ceri on Mon Jul 11, 2011 8:08 am

I love how helpful people are on here. It would be so easy for people not to help each other make their businesses better but everyone goes out of their way to help each other out. You are all awesome :)

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by tonygonzo on Mon Jul 11, 2011 6:47 am

Daniel Attard wrote:Both! Distribute your content everywhere and anywere for a lot of exposure

Daniel Attard


I actually have the same type of ruthless agression as you do lol

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by tonygonzo on Mon Jul 11, 2011 6:43 am

JamieBennett wrote:Hi Tony,

I know its been a few days and you've got some good advice from everyone (except for the lovely spammer)...

I always suggest to set-up your own blog first because that would be the center point of all your marketing efforts... It's kind of like your home base.

Out of all the social and article sites out there, your blog is the one place that you can control everything.
That is, if you're using a Self-Hosted Blog.
Ditch the wordpress.com or blogger blog sites, my friend.

They could shut your content down any time that they want.

For a few dollars a month, you can set-up hosting for a self-hosted wordpress.org blog that will eventually become your number 1 asset.

Do this before anything else.

In fact, you can have this done for you for just the price of hosting with Free Blog Factory....
(I use them and they create awesome blog sites, I'm also an affiliate but no links posted in this forum... 8-) )

Once you set-up your self-hosted blog, you will have to set-up an awesome opt-in offer.
Study other people's blogs. You'll see what looks attractive and what doesn't and you can get good ideas of how to create your offer.

Use articles, videos, etc to point traffic back to your blog and there are some other great resources out there that you can use to get tons of traffic to your blog like TribePro.....

I'm sure you will find some great training inside the marketing system you are using as well. Definitely spend some time inside your training materials under blogging...

Hey, Tony-
If you don't mind taking a small piece of advice, upload a real picture of you on your profile here.
We want to get to know you and not the system you represent. I say that with the kindest thoughts towards you and not trying to be critical. It's just really important that you always brand yourself and your image before anyone else's... or co-brand at least... plus, it's a social thing here.

All my best,
James


That's great advice James. I think I'll use my Facebook pic and upload it.

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by Daniel Attard on Sun Jul 10, 2011 4:03 pm

Both! Distribute your content everywhere and anywere for a lot of exposure

Daniel Attard

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by JamieBennett on Sat Jul 09, 2011 6:09 pm

Hi Tony,

I know its been a few days and you've got some good advice from everyone (except for the lovely spammer)...

I always suggest to set-up your own blog first because that would be the center point of all your marketing efforts... It's kind of like your home base.

Out of all the social and article sites out there, your blog is the one place that you can control everything.
That is, if you're using a Self-Hosted Blog.
Ditch the wordpress.com or blogger blog sites, my friend.

They could shut your content down any time that they want.

For a few dollars a month, you can set-up hosting for a self-hosted wordpress.org blog that will eventually become your number 1 asset.

Do this before anything else.

In fact, you can have this done for you for just the price of hosting with Free Blog Factory....
(I use them and they create awesome blog sites, I'm also an affiliate but no links posted in this forum... 8-) )

Once you set-up your self-hosted blog, you will have to set-up an awesome opt-in offer.
Study other people's blogs. You'll see what looks attractive and what doesn't and you can get good ideas of how to create your offer.

Use articles, videos, etc to point traffic back to your blog and there are some other great resources out there that you can use to get tons of traffic to your blog like TribePro.....

I'm sure you will find some great training inside the marketing system you are using as well. Definitely spend some time inside your training materials under blogging...

Hey, Tony-
If you don't mind taking a small piece of advice, upload a real picture of you on your profile here.
We want to get to know you and not the system you represent. I say that with the kindest thoughts towards you and not trying to be critical. It's just really important that you always brand yourself and your image before anyone else's... or co-brand at least... plus, it's a social thing here.

All my best,
James

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by renren40 on Sat Jul 09, 2011 7:35 am

tonygonzo wrote:I know right?! I finished up an article today. I wrote it on the couch. I think I may have to migrate to the kitchen. I should be able to be more productive there. I don't actually have an office setup yet. I'll setup a home office soon. I prefer caffeine though when I need to get some writing done like ad copy or sales pages.


Good luck. I know it can be sometimes challenging to Zen out and concentrate on work. I read that Mike Dillard used to write at the coffee shop sometimes. I think I do a lot of my best work at Barnes and Nobles or Starbucks. Even with video marketing, marketers would get out the office and shoot a video outside the library, at the beach, or at the park. I know a couple of people that would shoot videos from Hawaii. It's good to get out.

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by tonygonzo on Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:51 pm

mobilebiz wrote:A really good article spinner will also help you as you can post relevant content in both places. As long as you do not spin for the wrong reasons you should find one of those type of tools very helpful.


Cara,

Your website looks seriously Awesome. I like the color scheme and design. Monitium seems like they are growing and gradually getting some serious hype.

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by tonygonzo on Wed Jul 06, 2011 6:16 pm

I know right?! I finished up an article today. I wrote it on the couch. I think I may have to migrate to the kitchen. I should be able to be more productive there. I don't actually have an office setup yet. I'll setup a home office soon. I prefer caffeine though when I need to get some writing done like ad copy or sales pages.

Re: Help! Blogs or Articles and Blog Designs??

Post by renren40 on Wed Jul 06, 2011 10:39 am

tonygonzo wrote:
renren40 wrote:
mobilebiz wrote:A really good article spinner will also help you as you can post relevant content in both places. As long as you do not spin for the wrong reasons you should find one of those type of tools very helpful.


That's actually new to me. Are these type of software just released. Honestly I like writing my content or pay a good writer to do it that has a background in the topic.



That can get expensive and time consuming, I bet. Where do you go to buy content?


I found some writers on Constant Content. They do really good work. I only recommend this if you have a budget for it. You have to think like a business owner especially so during this process because you want to have good content to maintain a solid reputation online. However, there is no replacing the thinking cap, a pen, and a notepad. I think everyone should write their own stuff as much as possible and never plagiarize ( i am sure I spelled that wrong).

Just make sure you don't have any distractions when you write and try to create a good environment for yourself so you can write freely. I like to have instrumental music in the background without lyrics. Having some water nearby is cool too.

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