To begin with, let me be upfront with you. I do not guarantee the results you will probably be getting because it surely depends on the effort that you put in to make it function. What I do promise is these are the essential (but really important!) actions every successful Internet Marketer will take to benefit inside their online businesses.
Overusing complicated menus. The same as with images and animations. A search engine will have a hard time navigating complicated menus. It important that you have HTML text, so if you do have complicated menus, you should also supplement with a site map.
Write articles for one of the article sites on the web, and after they’re published and stop getting hits – republish them on your Norwegian food. Or use them as autoresponders for your membership site or e-newsletter.
Enter the privacy issues. First the like button, then the Facebook button on other sites. I am not one to be overly concerned about my publically shared information, especially much of my information on Facebook is shared through my own personal web site. The main issue I have is the ability to choose who and where my information is shared. My Facebook account is both of a personal and business nature. As an example, if I setup a newsletter on my company site, I better make sure it’s double opt-in. This helps to confirm the person submitting their email address genuinely wishes to be on the list. Doing this is perhaps more in my benefit, as this can help to keep me from being blamed for sending spam. Oh and I better have a way for the user to unsubscribe.
Like a coral reef, the biofilm gets bigger and tougher. Super colonies of biofilm are actually absorbing certain chemicals that were meant to destroy them. The chlorine or bromine may kill the out layers of the colony that are more susceptible to chlorine or bromine, but as the chlorine or bromine is exhausted, the lower, stronger, better protected layers are still living and multiplying. The good news is that as the biofilm colony increases in size, it gets more “unwieldy” and begins to break apart. That’s also the bad news.
Take one long article and break it down to several smaller ones. While you’re writing your article, if it appears like you can’t get everything in at under 500 words why not break it up into smaller chunks and write 3 or 4 more articles. In the article title you could add part 1, 2, 3, etc at the end referencing more to come. One point of article marketing is to establish yourself as an expert in your field, make sure you submit your best work.
Use Twitter as a way of learning something new. If you have a programming question, for example, you can easily throw it out there and most often, there will be an easy to reach answer within your grasp.