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The FOMO Intensifies

HOW MANY TIMES a day do you examine your telephone? Don’t remember; it’ll simply make you depressed. We all want to unplug more regularly. Disconnect, get away from Twitter and Snap and the countless churn of horrific information. This week, the hosts discover the great methods for disconnecting from the large old’ cellular net. David shares pointers for hiding apps from yourself while you’re on vacation, Arielle discusses the right phone manners in social situations, and Michael tells us a way to mentally gift at a live performance without getting too smug about it.



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Some notes: David’s tale about the minimum phone. Rene Chun’s overview of the Punkt dumb phone that most effectively does calling and texts. Dogtrekker lists canine-friendly corporations in California. If you live somewhere else, strive Recommendations this week: Detour, Dynalist, and Weather Underground.

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Send the hosts remarks on their non-public Twitter feeds. Arielle Pardes is @pardesoteric, David Pierce is @pierce, and Michael Calore is @snackfight. Being the primary hotline at @GadgetLab.

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2. Build a social media presence

Facebook alone has over one billion active monthly users, and other social media such as Twitter, Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest have hundreds of millions of users. Social media allows you to connect with your target audience on a whole new level.

3. Create your blog/website

As an internet marketer, you should have a blog or website. It would help if you had it because it gets you targeted traffic and builds your brand. Above all, it helps people find you in search engines.

4. Keep track of your numbers

Set up Google Analytics for your blog. It will allow you to know which contents are doing well and which are doing poorly.

5. Email marketing

Set up an email marketing campaign right before your site goes live. Start collecting emails right away. You can offer some freebies to encourage people to sign up for your newsletter. Several companies on the web offer free and paid email marketing services to website owners. Some popular email marketing service providers are Aweber, MailChimp, Convertkit, Constant Contact, etc.

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A podcast show is just like your own little radio show. You can use various platforms to host and stream your podcast files. Sites like Apple iTunes, Libsyn, Podbean, SoundCloud, etc., offer podcast hosting services. You can also use Archive. Org, which offers free podcast hosting (unlimited disk space and bandwidth).

7. Content redistribution

Learn how to repurpose your existing content and redistribute it on sites like LinkedIn Pulse, Ezine Articles, Hub Pages, Medium, and other authority sites. Also, post alternative versions of your YouTube videos to other streaming sites such as Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. Turn your videos into the slideshow using MS PowerPoint and then share them on SlideShare.

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Create accounts on Quora and Yahoo Answers. Find out questions that are related to your niche. Try to answer questions and mention your website/brand name in your answers if relevant.

9. Advertise on Facebook and Google AdWords

In most cases, Facebook advertising is cheaper than Google AdWords. Facebook also provides more in-depth ad targeting options. So, try to make the most out of Facebook ads by targeting user groups more precisely and effectively.

10. Outsource some of your workloads

Internet marketing involves various tasks, e.g., writing, video making, website and content management, reputation management, link building, etc. You may hire freelancers from sites like Up.

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