Howard Whittington | thbgcat

Internet Marketing - What Goes Around Comes Around

Jun 22nd 2014 at 11:55 AM

Everything that you do on the Internet can link back to your

'brand' or domain name.  If you are posting in business

forums, social networks, blogs, or article directories using

your domain name in your signature file or 'author bio

box', it will create back-links from that site to yours.

Back-links show the search engines that you are engaged in

your business so they do not hesitate to send their

customers to your links.

 

The cycle continues as everything you do online is

associated to you - for example you may establish yourself

as an expert in your field if your articles and blog posts

are informative, interesting, and hence have value. Note

here that straight spam-type advertisements are never

pleasant or attractive to anyone. It is not to say you

can't advertise or promote your business in your content,

but it should be discreet and be in the context of

information rather than 'pushing'.

 

Another thing that goes around and will come around is your

willingness to help others. Almost without a doubt someone

helped you, whether it was free or not, you got the

instructions and information you needed from a sponsor or

mentor or other resource. If you participate in forums you

may have received and given help when asked.

 

This help could be as simple as even just welcoming a newbie

to the group. That helps them to feel confident that they

are in a comfortable environment with like-minded 'peers'

who will be of some kind of at least 'moral' support, if

not direct assistance upon request.  In turn that person

will proudly assist someone else coming up behind them

someday.

 

There really does seem to be something to the Biblical

principle that when you give to others, you get twice as

much in return - and in this case you will begin to be seen

as an expert, coach or mentor. People will begin to look to

you - rather than you having to chase them down to sell them

something - they will want to know what you have to offer

and what you have going on that they might work with you

on.

 

Probably one of the most important situations where you

should remember that 'what goes around comes around' is in

being positive and supportive to people who are trying

something new - who may be walking out on faith and not have

a clue what they are doing or if they will succeed.  Too

many times so-called 'loved ones' can only provide

negative feedback. They may have heard a rumor that

so-and-so's cousin's brother-in-law's nanny once lost

money online so that naturally means that everything you see

or do online will be a scam. NOT so.

 

People who are loved should be encouraged and given support

and affirmation particularly when they are going out on a

limb.  If you consider them stupid or naive, then certainly

warn them to be careful of who they do business with and

remind them of the old adage that 'if it sounds too good to

be true it probably is'. Just don't forget to encourage

them by at least wishing them luck in their new endeavor.

Know for a fact that Internet marketing is a legitimate way

to earn money and many have been doing so for decades now.

 

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