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    vereD888
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    I post quality content to my blog with link to my website ( business)

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    vereD888
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    I post quality content to my blog with link to my website ( business)

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    JenG
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    Re: Do 1 thing a day to promote your business

    This morning: Sent out a newsletter to my subscribers.
    Yesterday morning: Wrote a blog post on my website.
    Day before: Asked three associated websites to swap links. So far 2 have agreed.

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    JenG
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    Re: Do 1 thing a day to promote your business

    This morning: Sent out a newsletter to my subscribers.
    Yesterday morning: Wrote a blog post on my website.
    Day before: Asked three associated websites to swap links. So far 2 have agreed.

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    tonyk
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    Best way to promote your business is to do quality work on a consistent basis. Nothing beats word of mouth.

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    tonyk
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    Best way to promote your business is to do quality work on a consistent basis. Nothing beats word of mouth.

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    Magnetism
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    I agree Tony that word of mouth referrals are the most powerful.

    But it doesn’t hurt to use social media to expand and strengthen those referrals! That’s basically what social media is, a giant 24/7 networking cocktail party. Just sadly without free cocktails…

    Here’s a purely hypothetical question: if someone only had 15 mins a day to spend on marketing, what would you recommend they do?
    This hones things down to only the most effective and efficient.

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    Magnetism
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    I agree Tony that word of mouth referrals are the most powerful.

    But it doesn’t hurt to use social media to expand and strengthen those referrals! That’s basically what social media is, a giant 24/7 networking cocktail party. Just sadly without free cocktails…

    Here’s a purely hypothetical question: if someone only had 15 mins a day to spend on marketing, what would you recommend they do?
    This hones things down to only the most effective and efficient.

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    Burgo
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    Probably work on my website.
    I love to alter it from time to time then customers dont get bored

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    Burgo
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    Probably work on my website.
    I love to alter it from time to time then customers dont get bored

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    Yesterday, worked on a promotional video (and also learnt that I am not a gifted film producer)

    Attended a 4Networking meet up this morning.

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    JohnTranter
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    Yesterday, worked on a promotional video (and also learnt that I am not a gifted film producer)

    Attended a 4Networking meet up this morning.

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    Burgo, post: 108871 wrote:
    Probably work on my website.
    I love to alter it from time to time then customers dont get bored

    Just curious. Is that really time well spent? Do customers get “bored” of your website? And if they do, is it likely to impact on your business?

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    tkc2012
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    Burgo, post: 108871 wrote:
    Probably work on my website.
    I love to alter it from time to time then customers dont get bored

    Just curious. Is that really time well spent? Do customers get “bored” of your website? And if they do, is it likely to impact on your business?

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    tkc2012
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    Magnetism, post: 108864 wrote:
    I agree Tony that word of mouth referrals are the most powerful.

    But it doesn’t hurt to use social media to expand and strengthen those referrals! That’s basically what social media is, a giant 24/7 networking cocktail party. Just sadly without free cocktails…

    Here’s a purely hypothetical question: if someone only had 15 mins a day to spend on marketing, what would you recommend they do?
    This hones things down to only the most effective and efficient.

    I’d send an email to a prospective client or interact with prospects on Twitter or Facebook (or Flying Solo).

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