What Freedom of Speech?

My last post on Facebook was rejected. It read:

“Do you really want peace? Can you walk your talk or you’re just babbling? When you expose the real 9/11 terrorists you will have peace.

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I received this note from Facebook: “Your post has been submitted and is pending approval by an admin.” It was never published of course, which means they are accomplices.They want war. Do you?

Spread the word!

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Grave Implications!

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The Dark Side of Social Media | Computoredge | Michael Dillon

Beware of Social Media

I found an informative article by Michael Dillon, on computoredge magazine, about how to protect yourself in social networks like Facebook and Tweeter. Here is an excerpt and a link:

“Israel Hyman was very excited about his upcoming vacation from his home in Arizona to Kansas City. So excited, in fact, that he broadcast details of his trip to his 2,000 Twitter followers, including when he and his wife were leaving their house, where they were on the road, and when they arrived in K.C.

Someone, one of Mr. Hyman’s followers on Twitter, took a great interest in Mr. Hyman’s trip; when he returned home he found someone had broken into his house and stolen thousands of dollars in video equipment used for his business. Hyman is convinced the thieves monitored his feed to see when he would be gone, and then robbed his house. Similar incidents of thieves using Twitter to plan and execute robberies have also been reported in Florida and California.”

To know more: online.mvc

Online Marketing Systems | Titus Hoskins

This is a great article by Titus Hoskins. You can add the “press release” to the list below.

Creating Simple Online Marketing Systems That Work!

When I started with my first website around 10 years ago, I foolishly thought all I had to do was create some great content and people would flock to my site. Sometimes that does happen but most times it does not. 10 years later I now know the difference. I know I really have to work the Internet if I want my sites to be successful. These are marketing systems that I put into place to promote my sites and gather quality traffic in order to produce the sales. My marketing systems take into account countless strategies that produce the quality traffic. It’s not just one method of getting traffic but many. I use many marketing tactics to build up a complex, yet very simple marketing system that works.

It all comes down to promotion. You have to promote your site in numerous ways. Some of my favorites are:

Article marketing – writing  simple how-to articles on the topic of your site and distributing them all over the web. Over the years this simple technique has brought in the most quality traffic to my sites.

I use keyword marketing to get my chosen keyword phrases to the top of the search engines. I concentrate most of my efforts on Google because it brings in the most traffic. Achieving top rankings will give you interested visitors and buyers.

I use blogs and RSS feeds to connect my sites to all the media sites and online bookmarking communities. Don’t underestimate the important of these media sites in your marketing. I just read in WebProNews that Facebook can drive more traffic than Google to many sites.

I use link bait like free ebooks, free reports, free ecourses... if you give out valuable content that people want – they will link to your site, bringing in more visitors and customers. I also use the PPC programs such as Google Adwords which can produce quality traffic to your sites.

I use follow-up emails to produce repeat traffic to my sites. This is one essential marketing tactic every online marketer must use if they want to fully benefit from their traffic. The concept here is not to directly sell to potential customers but give them valuable information that they need and want.

Weekly newsletters and/or ezines are another good way of building relationships with your site’s visitors. It is also an excellent way of getting repeat traffic to your sites. Another marketing tactic is to establish your site or yourself as an expert on the topic of your site. People will look and come to you for information on your topic. Building online credibility is often overlooked by many marketers but it is essential to your online success. If people respect your opinion,they will seek you out.

Participating in online communities and forums is one obvious way to establish your expertise in a given area. These forums are also an excellent source of quality traffic to your sites. As you can see from above, creating a successful web site or business takes a lot of promotion and work. Don’t just sit back and wait for things to happen – instead become pro-active and make things happen.

Write articles and distribute them. Write viral ebooks and special reports. Do PPC advertising. Start building your contact lists. Do a regular ezine or newsletter.

Participate in forums... Create a simple, yet complex system, of connections all over the web. These links/connections will draw in quality traffic that will make your site successful. Build up a whole combination of traffic sources for your site and you will create a marketing system that works.

Just get out there and do it!

For more ideas on marketing and marketing tools go to this online blog: http://www.bizwaremagic.com/weblog/

Beware of Spam | Phishing Schemes | ComputorEdge

Beware of the new phishing schemes. A fake American Express phishing scheme is making the rounds.

Spam of the Week: American Express Online Form
“The latest in annoying and dangerous e-mail currently making the rounds.”
by ComputorEdge Staff

“The Facebook spam scams (“Spam of the Week” October 30 and November 6) have reemerged this week, possibly taking a shot at new Facebook users. More recently, there has been a fake e-mail that appears to be from American Express. (It’s not!) Most have a subject line of “important information” or some variation of that…

To read more please see: “Spam of the Week: American Express Online Form from ComputorEdge”

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