Put The Full Power Of
Social Networks To Use
In Building Targeted Traffic
And A Fat Bank Account
For most successful Internet marketers social networking sites provide at least 40-50% of their blog/Web site traffic.
This ratio should be a goal for any individual or any small business with an online presence.
If you are still heavily dependent on search engines (read Google), then you are in an extremely vulnerable position.
Just as in financial investments, where it pays to be diversified, your traffic sources should be widely diversified also.
The first resource I’m recommending today is a social network for small businesses.
If you have a work at home business, you qualify.
BizSugar offers you a chance to publish your original content on its site and gain wide exposure to other small business owners and personnel.
You, also, can submit other content you think would be of interest and value from other sources.
This site should be a must addition to your Internet marketing arsenal:
This next social network has a very strong feature I’m sure you will be interested in:
It shares 70% of its revenue with its members!!
I know Myspace and Facebook are currently the preeminent social networks in the world, but their domination won’t last long.
Because they’re hogging all the revenue for themselves.
It’s easy to earn with this recommended social network, PeopleString. You need to be an active member, which means all you need to do is login once a month and you get Paid!
If you sign up through this link, you will be in my string:
The Mailbox Cashbox program is an easy way to start earning money with PeopleString. Just complete a short, 7-minute survey, and you’re off to the races.
There is also a free Training Center available once you log in to help you make more money with PeopleString.
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