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Free traffic tips if your blog was a store, facebook & twitter are outlet malls& coffeeshops

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  • 1. Free Traffic Tips | If Your Blog Was a Store, Facebook & Twitter Are Outlet Malls& CoffeeCopyright Tinu Abayomi-Paul tinuabayomipaul@leveragedpromotion.comhttp://www.freetraffictip.com/if-your-blog-was-a-store-facebook-twitter-are-outlet-malls-coffeeshops.phpIf Your Blog Was a Store, Facebook & Twitter Are Outlet Malls&CoffeeshopsIve been building some wonderful new relationships as a result of my affliation with Network Solutions and Women GrowBusiness. One of them was with a lovely new client of mine who helps other companies grow. Most of her marketing occursoffline, so she sought out my help in penetrating new markets using online resources.She was especially interested in social media, but she didnt get how blogs increase revenues. So I told her the analogy in theaudio below.Of course, your blog is not a store. Its more like the lounge of a store, the area between commerce and window-shopping. Butfor the sake of the analogy, it works for the syndication idea.Anyone else have more ideas about how we explain where blogging fits in to pre-selling and pre-marketing to offline-orientedbusiness people? Do share (if you have a blog post about it, Ill update with a link to it.)Listen! page 1 / 1