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What most people do not know is that you have total control over your experience on Facebook. The Facebook algorithm works in such a way that the user experience is predicated on the behaviors you take while sifting through content. If you have the tendency to engage on political articles, then you can expect that more […]

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Social networking giant Facebook recently surpassed Wikipedia as the fourth largest Web site in the world while micro-blogging powerhouse, Twitter, reportedly handled 5,000 tweets per minute when the king-of-pop passed. These announcements have businesses scrambling to social Web sites like they were, well, the Holy Grail of marketing success. Here’s the thing about finding the […]

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I’ve heard some great responses since my panel, Getting Noticed FAST, at Affiliate Summit East 09, and I wanted to share some of the major points. Getting Noticed Fast is about effective networking using your personal brand, social media, and face-to-face. My fellow panelists were Trisha Lyn Fawver (@trishalyn), Jen Goode (@JGoode), Stephanie Lichtenstein (@StephARC), […]

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Facebook’s Terms of Use state you can only have one account and it must be in your actual name, not your business name. However, there is a place set aside to represent and promote businesses called Facebook “Fan” Pages (“Pages”). The Pages feature is somewhat obscured; scroll down to the foot of any Facebook.com web […]

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You’ve invested a lot of time and money testing PPC on dozens of offers. Once you believe you’ve found a profitable niche, its time to go global. Attracting international traffic is relatively inexpensive because few merchants know how to best monetize it. Also, there are large, identifiable international markets to target online. Facebook alone has […]

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