December 2008

Reach 4,000,000+ Web-Users using Twitter!

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The renowned Internet marketing company HubSpot, recently did a study on the Web 2.0 Social Network – Twitter. According to the study – 70 percent of the estimated four to five million people using Twitter have signed up in 2008 and 20 percent have joined in the last 60 days. Which, over this recent period, […]

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Choosing the right CMS for your community: 4 things you need to do

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One of the first things you do to develop your community is choose what CMS you will run it on. This can be very easy, or very hard because there are so many CMS options available to you. There are the big Content Management Systems like WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla. Then there are the lesser […]

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Boost Your SERPs with these Link Building Techniques

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Season celebrations officially just finished as I got back from the “supposedly last”  Christmas party. I can finally get back to full-time blogging, that’s until New Years comes around in a few days time! Anyways, as per usual I was over at DigitalPoint this morning scrubbing the forums trying to help anyone I can or […]

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How to get ‘Blooming Content’ on those ‘Gloomy Days’?

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There’s no doubt, in my couple years of blogging – there were definitely days when I couldn’t write. No matter how much I tried or how much I forced myself either the content I produced was not good enough or I couldn’t produce anything at all. Then about a year ago, I came across an […]

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Staff Recruiting on a Forum: Applications vs. Invitations

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When your community gets to the point where you just can’t manage it by yourself, you will be needing staff members (AKA Moderators) to watch over your forum when you can’t. Staff members can be either one of the greatest thing to happen to your community, or the worst. Two common ways to recruit staff […]

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