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Thread: WB Contest - Win $50 (PayPal Only!)

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    Congrats laurend1985!! Random.org chose your comment number! Will be contacting you via the email in your WB account for your PayPal details. Thanks everyone! There will be more contests coming.

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    Congrats Lauren!

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    Congratulations!
    Hustle hard or take a left.

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    Congrats Lauren!
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    Thank you. I just woke up to great news.
    http://www.thefrugalexerciser.net
    You don't have to spend a lot of money to get in shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Colin View Post
    Yes congrats! I'm so happy not to have won myself.. That feeling is incredible!
    James you are nuts. ha ha ha!

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    I was thinking the same thing. But he has a very good point, though. lol.
    Hustle hard or take a left.

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    How come I didn't see this!

    Congrats to the winner!

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    Awesome! I'm thinking about doing a contest myself. I have to think this through.

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    Question: What is the ONE strategy you wish you had paid more attention to about marketing your site?

    I've been in the "Blog Marketing" game for more than a few years. I've tried just about everything; some worked (sort of) but most didn't. The biggest problem was that the rules seemed to change shortly after i had success.

    Then Curation Content appeared on the scene; actually it's been around for quite awhile. I'm paying a lot of attention now to "Curation Content" mainly because of the way the net is evolving. Now, it appears, that viewers are looking for Informative Snippets of what they want to find.

    The viewer doesn't really have the time any longer to digest a complete site. ie: A person is looking for a 'Large Green Magic Widget'. He/She comes across two sites about the magic widget.
    • 1: A complete and boring lengthy description about the features, and maybe some photos, of the widget.
    • 2: A brief synopsis and picture or two of the widget.


    The problem with #1 is that it is very time consuming; and that is the problem with surfing today. Number 2, on the other hand, and when done right, can feed the surfer the information they are looking for in a couple of minutes.

    I'm working on learning this new technique of passing along information. I've noticed that a lot of "NOOB" Content Curators are dumping a lot of unrelated Snippets in a post; this is self-defeating.

    So Lisa, this is the marketing strategy I should have grabbed a-hold of a long time ago.

    RT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bealive View Post
    Question: What is the ONE strategy you wish you had paid more attention to about marketing your site?

    I've been in the "Blog Marketing" game for more than a few years. I've tried just about everything; some worked (sort of) but most didn't. The biggest problem was that the rules seemed to change shortly after i had success.

    Then Curation Content appeared on the scene; actually it's been around for quite awhile. I'm paying a lot of attention now to "Curation Content" mainly because of the way the net is evolving. Now, it appears, that viewers are looking for Informative Snippets of what they want to find.

    The viewer doesn't really have the time any longer to digest a complete site. ie: A person is looking for a 'Large Green Magic Widget'. He/She comes across two sites about the magic widget.
    • 1: A complete and boring lengthy description about the features, and maybe some photos, of the widget.
    • 2: A brief synopsis and picture or two of the widget.


    The problem with #1 is that it is very time consuming; and that is the problem with surfing today. Number 2, on the other hand, and when done right, can feed the surfer the information they are looking for in a couple of minutes.

    I'm working on learning this new technique of passing along information. I've noticed that a lot of "NOOB" Content Curators are dumping a lot of unrelated Snippets in a post; this is self-defeating.

    So Lisa, this is the marketing strategy I should have grabbed a-hold of a long time ago.

    RT...
    Thx but the contest closed. I think I should lock this thread.

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