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Marketing Ideas 101 Blog Carnival, December 18, 2012

Marketing Ideas 101 Blog Carnival

Welcome to the December 18, 2012 edition of the Marketing Ideas 101 Blog Carnival.

Blogging

Bill Smith presents Breaking The Barriers Of Language With WordPress Transposh posted at Captured Technology, saying, “Some websites have good content however, not all of them get high rankings because of the different languages that people use when writing.”

Jeremy Biberdorf presents It Is Your Blogging Journey, You Make The Rules posted at Modest Money, saying, “There are things where there is no set blueprint that you need to follow. You are free to do what works for you and sometimes just wing it. Blogging is one of those things. There may be strategies that have worked well for others, but how you approach it is completely up to you.”

Arnel Ariate presents Blogging for Money posted at Money Soldiers, saying, “I treat blogging as my business. Just like any other businesses, blogging needs customers. In this article, I talked about the different ways I did to increase my blog’s readership.”

Marketing Ideas

Matt Schoenherr presents How to Drive Traffic to Your Blog posted at Marketing Ideas 101, saying, “Driving traffic to your blog can be one of the most difficult things to do. With so many blogs starting up each day, it’s difficult to differentiate yourself and your blog from the others online and to culminate an effective online presence. While it does take hard work and perseverance, driving and maintaining traffic to your blog can be done by utilizing a few key practices to your daily blogging habits.”

Catherine presents Grow Your Business with Evolved Marketing and Advertising by Webshark 360 -Legal Brand Development, Marketing and Design.

David Leonhardt presents Does Google think it’s God? posted at David Leonhardt’s SEO and Social Media Marketing, saying, “Google looks at your website on the Internet that same way as God looks at you. Google sees what our websites are really made of – the code, the content, the information.”

Small Business Marketing

David Leonhardt presents What marketing experience means posted at David Leonhardt’s SEO and Social Media Marketing, saying, “Experience does not mean you know everything. It does, however, mean that you have a pretty good idea where to look and how to evaluate what you find.”

Patricia Lotich presents Customer Questions – Are You Paying Attention? posted at The Thriving Small Business, saying, “Another great opportunity to understand a consumer’s experience is by taking advantage of the questions customers ask. When a customer asks a question, it provides a great learning opportunity. What we learn from customer questions is very valuable and should be used as yet another tool to improve products and services.”

Jon Rhodes presents Want High Affiliate Sales? Build Up Your Trust posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “This article shows why it is so important to build trust when selling affiliate products online.”

baliconfederate presents So you Should Consider your Shipping Cost as a Marketing Cost? posted at WebandRank.com Blog, saying, “consider shipping cost like marketing investment.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Marketing Ideas 101 Blog Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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  • Money Soldiers

    Thank you, Matt for including my in this blog carnival.  Awesome. :)

    • http://marketingideas101.com/ Marketing Ideas 101

      You’re welcome, Arnel! Thank you for the submission!