Thanks Ajay! I'm glad you enjoyed the post and I totally agree, the homepage is your best tool for connecting with your audience. Before they form an opinion on your brand you know they're checking out your websit. So make your homepage attractive, interesting and provoking.
I didn't even know Tumblr has porn. I know it has ample creative work, portoflios and witty writing and I think this is what will lead the ROI.
Thanks Joe! That's a great idea, I've been using HARO to bridge the gap between my solo blog work and big media. If you haven't heard of it, it's quite useful at times: Help A Reporter Out. Best of luck with your projects!Anthony
Great post, we need reminders like this to keep our goals in check when creating content for social media. It brought me back to this post on how social media is carrying a movement of entrepreneurs and new business owners. Keep it up!Thanks Anthony
I do like the way the cleaned up the sidebar. It seems like everything is getting a face lift: Google+, Microsoft Outlook, and Facebook. All within a couple days of each other too. Nice post though, thanks for the tips!
Thanks for sharing this!
I agree to the fullest Spinx. I personally think Graph Search is kind of creepy and really teeters on the fine line between invasive and cutting edge marketing.
Thanks for the comment.
It's comig to that point now, 2013 will be a very interesting year for business and marketers. Thanks for the read Mitch!
Nice Post Poeabbly. It's important to stay consistent with blogging and social media activity.
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