Paul Germana - automan | paulgermana

Automated Social Networking

Aug 27th 2010 at 8:47 AM

I am amazed with faceplate. What a great way to meet people and lead them to your homepage. It's great for socializing and meeting real people, who can help you or may need your help with their internet marketing campaigns. I enjoy traffic exchanges and blogging, but a good social network is worth a million bucks. It helps us to brand ourselves and get a foot in the proverbial door of the cyber world. The blogosphere is really a great way to beef up your domain pagerank, but social netrworking helps us to reach out to others and identify ourselves. In so doing, we build up notoriety and legitimacy. When we have these components, it helps others to know that we are on the level, that we really mean business and that we can always be contacted.

Internet marketing is a venue which can be so diverse that it's hard to tell what works and what doesn't, especially when everyone is trying to convince you of what doesn't work. I rather think that however you do it, consistency and determination are the keys. You might want to build your blog list, your optin list or both. If people trust you and you promote a legitimate product or service, with persistence, you will build your list. But you have to press forward and cherish each and every one of your subscribers. I build my optin and my blog list simultaneously and I do it all for free. I think that monthy internet and hosting bills are quite enough when it comes to expenses. If you aren't doing it for free, then you are selling what your buying. That's just weak promotional ethics.

 

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Oct 16th 2013 at 3:18 PM by marty
Thank you for a well informed article, i will check it out. God Bless
   
Jan 16th 2011 at 7:29 PM by nelica
I like your article Paul, you are very right, is not easy to build your list or lists, it takes time and begging and money, but this is the way, without lists our business is dead. Thanks for sharing with us!
   
Oct 16th 2010 at 9:11 PM by drkelp
I am really getting some traction here at IMF so I can totally agree with your article.
   
Sep 1st 2010 at 8:16 PM by TerriLPattioMLMmento
Bravo, Bravo on that very last sentence in your article. If you aren't doing it for free, then you're selling what your buying. It's weak promotional ethics and there has to be integrity involved. It's a must people know, like and trust you. After all it's your reputation on the line. I share with you something that I read: If you want happiness and fortune & fulfillment in your life, if you want a lifetime of luck, you need to create relationships with people. To do that, you need to study people and understand them. If you will only do that, the opportunities you'll be presented with are endless. That is on the mark. It's just so clear. Anyway I just wanted to share that with you. Keep in touch.
   
Sep 1st 2010 at 6:46 PM by phmoisan
Hi Paul, with this article full of common sense and good promotional ethics ( sorry to steal your own expression ), you got yourself a new follower. :) Philippe Moisan
   

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