Follow The Latest Internet Marketing Trends And Profit

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Did you buy one?

Did you buy one?

Most of us are followers, would you agree?

We follow fashions, we follow celebrities, and we follow trends.

Something happens in the world and suddenly we just cannot get enough of it.

For kids it might be pokemon or power rangers.

For the fashion conscious it might be whatever Posh Spice or David Beckham (maybe not a sarong!) is wearing.

For some of us it might be Susan Boyle or Adam Lambert.

And just like all these trends, there are Internet Marketing trends.

Jump on them, take advantage of them and you can really boost your website visitors.

But just like other trends, if you don’t jump on these Internet trends quickly enough, you’ll find yourself left behind.

One of the biggest Internet Marketing trends going on right now is Twitter. Other social networks include MySpace and Facebook.

You basically sign-up and post information about yourself, your websites, your likes, your dislikes, your job. Basically anything.

Twitter is more restrictive than the others as you can only write 140 characters in one go, but it has taken over the world. Twitter has just gone crazy.

And once you have signed up, you can search and follow your family, friends and complete strangers.

Complete strangers?

That’s the interesting part, isn’t it?

By signing up and adding your profile, you can get the word out about your business, your websites to literally millions of people.

I have profiles on all three – Twitter, Facebook and MySpace and by doing so, they have brought new customers to my websites.

How long will these Internet social trends last?

They don’t tend to last very long.

Not that long ago MySpace was number one and all the rage and although it is still very popular others like Facebook and Twitter have taken them over in the popularity stakes.

One more trend that has been around for a while now and will be for a few more years yet, for obvious reason, is the use of ‘keywords’ and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Using keywords is basically using words that describe your site and your products/services, a certain number of times on your website and in your site’s titles and articles/postings.

By consistently using the same keywords, you have a better chance of improving your site rankings and position in search engines like Google and Yahoo.

When you search using Google, how many pages of sites do you look at?

2?

Maybe 3.

If you can’t find what you are looking for, you try a different search phrase.

So the aim is to be as high up in the search pages as possible for the keywords you use on your site. That way you’ll get more visitors to your site.

So, by being a follower and following the latest Internet Marketing trends, you can increase the number of visitors to your site.

I would suggest you certainly checkout Twitter and ensure you are using the most appropriate keywords on your site.

Follow me on twitter here: Twitter/andrewrondeau

If you want to learn more about Twitter, here is a free course: Twitter Craze

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19 Responses to Follow The Latest Internet Marketing Trends And Profit

  1. Jeff Paul Internet Business May 18, 2009 at 6:54 pm #

    Hi, Great post! I felt great reading your blog post. I’m working with my friend in a small internet marketing business as a web developer. When I’m free I go around for some IT info

  2. ThatsBlog.com June 18, 2009 at 5:39 am #

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  3. Hesham February 8, 2010 at 2:31 am #

    It’s really amazing how Twitter take over, I don’t want to miss this opportunity and try to jump on that wave, trying to increase my twitter followers these days!

    It would be wonderful if we develop an idea to get the most of twitter!
    .-= Hesham @ FamousBloggers´s last blog ..What is the Advantages and Disadvantages of HUGE and LONG Link List Blog Posts in the long term =-.

  4. JethroPotts March 4, 2010 at 5:15 am #

    I think Twitter is going to be around a while…but, have you read John Reese’s latest on Twitter? He says that Twitter is getting too big and “Noisy” for him and he just closed out his account of 25K followers.

    I also think that he’s is making his OWN “Noise” to get free publicity for his upcoming product launch.

    Anyway…Twitter is STILL worth the time and effort! You’ll find customers and JV partners galore! Go for it!
    .-= JethroPotts@recessedtoiletpaperholder´s last blog ..Solid Wood Recessed Toilet Paper Holder/Magazine Rack =-.

    • Andrew Rondeau
      Twitter:
      March 4, 2010 at 9:33 am #

      Jethro

      Yes I have seen John’s latest on Twitter – it’s bound to be another marketing ploy. It’s the only time I ever hear from him and I decided to unsubscribe from his emails.

      Andrew

  5. June March 11, 2010 at 5:57 am #

    Andrew,

    I also got tired of John Reese only sending me emails when he wanted to sell me something as well. And…I unsubscribed as well.

    Twitter will be here a Long time!
    .-= June@windowtreatments´s last blog ..10 Tips on How To Choose Window Blinds =-.

    • Andrew Rondeau
      Twitter:
      March 11, 2010 at 10:28 am #

      It’s weird isn’t it? These rich internet guys very often don’t follow the rules they recommend in their training.

      Andrew

  6. Gordon March 14, 2010 at 9:55 pm #

    The tough part about Twitter is NOT getting sucked into the social aspect. I KNOW that it’s important to BE sociable, but I find myself getting sucked into “chat” mode a lot more than I want to. I’ll force myself to “go back to work”…but then the “chat” will take over again. I wonder if there will be a Twitter-Anonymous?!? Or is there one already?
    .-= Gordon@shoeshelves´s last blog ..Shoe Shelf =-.

  7. Charlie March 15, 2010 at 3:35 pm #

    I think that using social networks to boost your website or company is very useful, perhaps even essential to business in the 21st century. It allows you to communicate easily, in an informal environment, with your customers while allowing you to give offers, information, do market research etc. These things can be much more difficult (not to mention expensive) when done with conventional methods.

  8. Megan April 20, 2010 at 1:55 pm #

    Social Networking is fast approaching an essential tool and resource to marketing online. Those not using Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, are missing out on a large target audience.

    Learning how to connect with your target audience is going to in turn help you to create a higher return on sales volume

    You made some valuable points that I hope your readers will take into account.

  9. web marketing January 4, 2011 at 6:53 am #

    Well man nice article written and shred with people. you discussed recent all those points that really help in web marketing and can be trends of new year too.

  10. Ethnobotanicals February 28, 2011 at 7:44 am #

    I would add you on twitter but for some reason it’s messing up right now. Nice blog btw – add me @ethnoring

  11. Anna August 28, 2011 at 5:02 pm #

    Hello.
    Very interesting blog content. I am new in IM and I recently started a blog where I, with the help of my mentor Marc Milburn, help everyone who’s interested to set up a successful internet business.
    I can put your information to good use.
    Thank you very much.
    Anna.

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