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Tim Peter


April 6, 2012

5+ quick tips to improve your online marketing

April 6, 2012 | By | No Comments

Improve your online marketingGetting people to friend, follow or fantasize about you online is loads of work, no question. And there really is no realistic, reliable “get rich quick” business model (if there were, everybody would already be doing it). As the saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

But, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to succeed online. Far from it. In fact, many of the basics are well understood. Here are some quick tips that underscore those basics and can help you improve your online marketing efforts—oh, and help you towards your ultimate goals:

Strong stuff, all around. Yes, you might not “get rich quick.” But, that’s OK. After all, getting rich at a more reasonable pace is still a pretty good idea.

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  1. Thanks for the mention Tim. Great resource from Copyblogger, SEOMoz and yourself for us all to know about. Thanks for putting them out.


    • My pleasure Rob. Keep up the great work and look forward to talking with you more in the future.

  2. Great resources.
    You are totally correct – there is NO “get rich quick” business model.
    If you are going to market online, you will need to establish a solid system and plan on busting your butt for the next 3 years.

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