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This is my take on various content topics

Focus on 1 niche or more?

Imposing ourselves to 1 niche alone is self-exile from more opportunities. What we need to do is focus on 1 niche, implement all the strategies and move on to another. While doing work on the new niche, track performance of the previous niche. Do improvements and move on. If we believe in focused effort on one niche alone, then expand that into several subniches. Treat each subniche with its very … Continue Reading

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The Source For Quality Content -> QUICKLY

Watch the video and see how you can shorten your time in searching for the right content. With StumbleUpon.com, I’m always saving lots of time, money and effort to get that creative juice. Whatever my subject may be for that moment of time, I will find interesting and related content I need. I use StumbleUpon quite often in my projects. My clients do wonder where the hell do I get … Continue Reading

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Content Is King

The phrase, Content is King, can be interpreted to mean appealing and desirable content to the audience – TV viewers, radio listeners, web site visitors, readers of printed publications as well as participants in presentations, seminars, lectures, conferences, events and exhibitions. . Creative works such as text, graphics, animations, images, sound and video or a package of them like products and services are considered as content. Amazon.com Widgets Here is … Continue Reading

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The BackChannel – How Participants Talk About You

Back Channel - How Twitter & Facebook Changed Presenttion

What’s going on in here? Ask yourself this question. Check your facts before you climb the stage and present them to the crowds. Here is what’s going on nowadays during presentations. Be aware. Armed with laptops and smartphones, audiences today are no longer sitting quietly taking notes during live presentations. Instead, they’re carving out a new space in the room called the backchannel, where people are online searching for resources, … Continue Reading

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