In this high tech world of today, it’s a wonder to find a guy who goes to his dad, to get his wallet refilled, but have you ever heard of a dad shouting at his son, at this very fine moment, to “Go and Blog!”, well it’s no more a wonder. The whole world is blogging around and earning something online. Now it’s the bloggers day and it’s time to blog again.
To the extent that you are able to project yourself as a leader before your downline or prospects, to that same extent your network business will thrive. And vice versa.
The more written content you have for your business the more you need a Virtual Assistant to proofread it before it is sent out to the world. If a potential client is reading your Read my blog or an article you posted on the web, they will notice typos and grammatical errors. Errors in your online content look unprofessional. It says that you do not pay attention to details.
A feed directory is a site that lists several feeds from all over the web on one website. Feed directories can not only bring in tons of new visitors to your website but they also provide good backlinks to your website. Backlinks are needed for any website to rank well in the search engines.
Blog designing. If you are adept in designing blogs, you can also sell your designs in your blog. Of course, showcasing your design on your own blog is an effective way to sell your designs and your work as well. By giving them a good example, you can actually market your own work through your online blog networks and followers, which makes it a lot easier to earn money from it.
This may require a bit of work, sleuthing, and some forethought. Etsy keeps up with the times and realizes the need for social networking. They give you quick link buttons to share your items to Facebook or Twitter creating more exposure for your items that you have listed. There are optional paid services on Etsy to increase exposure to your items such as search ads and showcase listings, but if you are savvy and confident enough of your products, you may not need these items.
From my expert point of view the best happy hour in this area occurs at Hamilton Tavern where clientele can experience $2 Abitas, a New Orleans based beer that has moved north and is typically difficult to find in this spot, is now in the prime light at this watering hole. If you haven’t tried it before, I highly recommend trying one from 4:30 – 6:30 tonight. If it’s not your style, there’s a daily special beer for $3 or rail drinks for $3. Happy hour starts all over again at 10 and runs until closing.