Whether you just launched a business on the Web or you're thinking of doing so, understanding what it takes to market that business is more important now than ever. In this second installment in the Online Marketing Series, I go through some of the important fundamental principles and strategies involved with organically marketing your business on the Web today for free.
Look, we all know that marketing a business in today's competitive Web environment is difficult. It requires weaving together several complex skills from search engine optimization to social media marketing and beyond. But, if you don't have a foundational understanding of these skills, then driving traffic to your site is going to be incredibly difficult.
This book not only touches on the fundamentals involved with marketing online on a shoestring budget, but it also calls forward the five underlying principles in online marketing. Without understanding and implementing these principles, in today's Web 3.0 environment, you could be caught spinning your wheels and getting nowhere fast.
Here's what we cover in this online marketing book:
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This book was pretty helpful. It some really good info about SEO and how to increase your page ranking and get lots more organic traffic. I didn't know about these tips before reading this which is a pretty big sell for me since I do lots of research and lots of these kinds of books are repeat info.
I think it was worth the time and money. If recommend it if you're trying to get more traffic, or build your audience, fairly quickly (not instantly or over night) and you can't (or don't want to) spend lots of money to do it.
I listened to this book twice to make sure I was able to hear each bullet point. This book should be considered as a valuable piece of information. for any self marketing person this book provides information to keep you up to date with the leading search engines.
This book is packed with powerful information. I am glad I purchased it. In fact, I would recommend this book to anyone interested in understanding how to market online.
"Woeful woolly bs"
Narrator was fine. Clear emotionless american diction. Dull and monotonous but given the source material I couldn't blame him.
All of it.
I want my money back. A five year old with an internet connection could have written this in a couple of days. No supporting evidence or documented references. Trivial woolly vague marketing speak with zero academic research.
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