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What I’m about to talk about will ruffle a few feathers along the way, so if you have sensitive skin I advise you turn away from reading the rest of this article — especially if you’re one of the tweeters I’m referring to below.

So why am I choosing to talk about a twitter marketing secret that’s a little blunt and in your face?

Because telling the truth about using twitter the “most effective” way is, well… inconvenient.

Let’s face it. It gives us a warm fuzzy feelings inside when we think we’ve accomplished a lot building this massive list of tweeters on auto-pilot. It kind of makes us feel like we “did a lot of something”, when in reality — “we did a lot of nothing”.

Don’t misquote me. Using tools to help speed up the process of finding quality twitter users is valuable. It saves us time. … Continue reading

facebooklogoBefore I start, I know your curious to know what the term “guidical” is or stands for.

It means “Guide Article” or “Article Guide”. Technically, this article is set-up as a rules of engagement playbook in less than 500 words. I promise I won’t leave any details out in helping you avoid the nastiest plague on the largest social network in the world — Facebook.

And the plague is known to you as “spam”. It’s the nasty delicacy that comes in the can, and it’s the bain of existence that gives social media marketers like you and I a bad rep.

There was a time when facebook was nothing but a college hangout. Now, it’s grown to become a place where business professionals meet, partnerships are created, and millions of dollars exchange hands through transactions. All of which is possible with the power of facebook.

Knowing facebook is a place… Continue reading

Did you notice it too?

I’m talking about “blogging websites turning into websites” model. In the last few months, blogging has become more like a sales business than a communication platform.

Recently, “blogging professionals” are turning standard blogs into opt-in pages, salespages, and standard websites. Nothing wrong with that, but when you lose sight of what makes a blog a blog you’re walking on thin ice.

Bottomline, you should still have a real blog that serves it’s purpose the way it was orginally designed : to communicate ideas, topics, and subjects to your target audience with the intent to have your readers get involved to share their opinions.

The blogs other purpose is to continue a conversation you started through other social media outlets like youtube, twitter, facebook, or myspace. It should be a continuoes flow from one social media network to your blog — another social media network —… Continue reading

Have you heard of a woman by the name of Maria Andros lately?

Odds are you have if you’ve been even remotely interested in dominating the social market space with your presence.

She’s generated hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue making 3-minute youtube videos and being one of the first to tap into the “twitter phenomenon”  before it became big news. She also took facebook marketing to another level . But Maria’s not the first and “only” person to take advantage of social media marketing…

A fella by the name Perry Belcher is another one, and of course Dennis Kragnalia, the youtube money mastermind — is another one.

The only thing that separates you from them is one principle:

They are passionate about helping others get what they want without begging for business or stepping on anybodies toes. They drop links, website addresses, and opt-in pages so their… Continue reading

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