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“In the middle of the day, the only thing you could do was to take the train to the office and write your name on the door,” says the author of the book “The Three Levels of Self-Awareness.
My husband and I are in the middle of making a business card for the business we opened last year. We’ve picked our colors and are about ready to start to make the perfect card. Unfortunately, we forgot to take the time to add a link to our website. It’s a shame because we’re really excited about the idea of taking this business a bit more serious and making it as easy as possible to get in touch with our customers.
I think we just learned a new word here: Link Marketing. It’s the process of making sure your links are on all your websites for everyone to see.
Link Marketing is a lot like SEO marketing, but it’s the process of linking to your website from other sites. SEO is the process of optimizing your website to get page one results for your keywords.
Link marketing is a process that we’re working on right now, and its something we’re going to be more serious about in the future. It’s not just a new way of getting in touch with our customers, but also making them feel better about the site they’re on. Since we’re going to be doing all of this, we need to do it better, and we need to make it more user friendly.
Link marketing is a way to build an audience for your website. In a nutshell its about creating something that makes people want to click on your website, when they go there. It could be something as simple as a flyer, or a Facebook post or something else. As long as you’ve started to create content that people click on your site, you should be able to get links from other sites.
As you create content, you’ll find that you have to do it better and faster. You can’t just sit there and wait for people to come to your site and click on the link. If you do that, you will be waiting forever. And once you get to the point of being able to create some pretty high quality, compelling content, you will have to do something a little more creative to attract those links.