Prospect Hunting7. Find Relevant Blogs.Make comments,don’t mentionyourself at first
Prospect Hunting8. Monitor News SitesStay informed,comment, be supportiveand helpful, make friends
Prospect Hunting9. Build a Press List Journalists, on-line wire services (http://www.prweb.com/)
Prospect Hunting 10. Join Forums Register, use your signature, be helpful, earn trustOnline forums are an online destination used to meet, share ideas andask questions to people who have a shared interests, their very natureprovides for access to communities of people interested in somethingvery specific.
Prospect Hunting11. Look for Specialized Social Sites http://tinyurl.com/3j495be Here’s a list
Prospect Hunting12. Look for Specialist Groups onBig Social Sites
Prospect Hunting13. Look for Local Sites & SmallNews Sites Make Contact Search for a forum
Prospect Hunting14. Join Local Trade and NetworkingAssociations Get active in the real world.Your website should be listed ontheir directory. Contribute totheir content and have a link toyour website.
Prospect Hunting 15. Require Vendors and Suppliers to Link to Your WebsiteQuid Pro Quo = A Favor for a Favor
Prospect Hunting16. Submit Articles on Your Topic(Don’t forget the importance ofKeywords)www.ezinearticles.com
Prospect Hunting17. Find Directories Submit your site once it is established. Always get a review.
Prospect Hunting18. Search Your Target KeywordsFrequentlyRead all you canand follow thewebsites theyMention.
Creating ContentThe Internet Lives on Content Write it!
Creating Content19. Look for Great Content See what other people are posting for examples. Practice, practice, practice
Creating Content 20. “Repurpose” Other People’s Content Or, rewrite it yourself. Caution: Never use article spinners“Plagiarism remains tolerated by 21st century artists.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagerism
Creating Content21. Send Industry News toIndustry websites. Use Keywords, especially in the headlines Provide a regular supply, so you develop a following.
Creating Content23. Interview Experts24. Review Other Websites25. Conduct Surveys26. Present Case Studies27. Create Lists (10 best, etc.)
Creating Content29. Create Videos (post on YouTube)30. Create Slide Show (post onslideshare.net)31. Publish infographics – make complexsubject understandable (see sample)Always have a link back to your website
Creating Content32. Create RSS Feeds33. Publish & Distribute aNewsletter (post it everywhere)34. Submit to site-of-the-day sites
Creating Content35. Spend Some Money on GooglePay-Per-Click36. Pay for http://www.urlwire.com/
Get Real You Can’t Do All of This and Do it Well.A glass full is better than severalglasses nearly empty.
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