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Top Ten Tips for Getting Noticed Online
By: Anna Laura Brown
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    Top Ten Tips for Getting Noticed Online

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    Are you hoping to get more attention and to have more people notice you online?

    Here are the top 10 tips I have to offer you based on my online experience.

    1. Develop as many websites as you can. Do not rely only on one. Make sure that you have at least one personal website and then develop as many other theme based sites as you have the time and money to maintain. For example, you could have one for your business, one for your family, one for one of your hobbies, another for another hobby, and another for your religion etc.

    2. Make sure you have and maintain an email list. In fact, you should ideally have more than one. One for your business and then at least another one, which offers a free ecourse on a topic in which you have a specialty. Include a newsletter and send it out on a regular basis at least once a month.

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