Let’s continue our press release tutorial by talking about the most important part of the press release: the body. Continue reading
I was going to write an article today titled How Not to Sell Your Soul as an Internet Marketer. Then Things happened. I had to practice the toughest form of tough love with my oldest son. It broke my heart.
So my brain just wasn’t into doing a decent job with that topic. I’ll post it later in the month. In the meantime, if you get offered a deal where you get 100,000 hits of rabid-buyer traffic per day in exchange for your soul, don’t take it. We’ll talk more later. Continue reading
There’s a summary at the end of the post if you’d rather skip the in-depth review.
Shoe In Money Review Module 4
We start off with the usual short video. In this one, he says that he has an unholy number of Twitter followers and Facebook likes (my words, not his). Continue reading
Let’s continue our press release series by examining two short but important sections of the press release: the subheading and the dateline. Continue reading
You have a Twitter account, right? And you’re using it in your efforts to get traffic to your sites?
No? Or yes, but you’re not sure you’re doing it right?
I’m right there with you. Twitter is one of those things that makes me want to shake a cane at someone and yell, “Get off my lawn!”
It can be useful, though, if you know how to use it. I’m in the process of learning ways to use Twitter better. Here’s what I’ve figured out so far: