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It used to be that clients of mine would become very discouraged when they were starting out.

So much work needed to be done for so long and the client saw so little for it.

Twitter changes the dynamic.

instead of 4-6 months try 1 month.

once a site has a month of good content Twitter can be applied.

Real numbers, real visits, real growth, real feedback happens.

of course the new site owner has to continue to create new and good stuff.

this, in turn, will lead to better results in Twitter and more motivation for the Web site owner and climbing out of the sandbox sooner and more and better organic results.

I was wrong about Twitter. Now I am bent on how to serve my Twitter followers better. I already have some ideas. And you can be sure I will share them here.

What works...what doesn't...

Which network outside of your host site do you spend time on? Why?
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Member gregoryamoshe private msg quote post Address this user
Laser Focused Facebook Groups, Growth Hackers (dot com), and Inbound dot org. I like the value and case studies on those platforms. I also like Reddit, there is unedited information over there.
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Top Contributor Steve private msg quote post Address this user
One day I'll show you how I throw email marketing, Linkedin, and even FaceBook into the mix ... content marketing takes a long time to work organically, you jump start it by promoting it and the more you automate the promotion the more time you have to do the business that pays ...
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@gregoryamoshe

I'd like to know more about your Facebook successes...and case studies there.

Can you share?
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Member bdaoust private msg quote post Address this user
@Steve

I would love to more about your email marketing - first, I assume, is build your list and then connect with that list doing it right.
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@bdaoust

At some point there will be a thread on email best practices....
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Member Davia private msg quote post Address this user
@Steve,

I would love to know more about email marketing etc too!
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@Davia

1st ... you need a good email list.
2nd ... then you market.

What's a good email list?

A list of emails of people who have already given you money.

What's a bad email list?

Every other email you have.
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