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Marketing Made Easy: Let Your Fingers Do the Talking
By: Roger Haumann
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    Marketing Made Easy: Let Your Fingers Do the Talking

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    As the owner of a small website, I know how easy it is to get lost in the mix. Sometimes you just want to throw your hands in the air and say, "I give up! Pass me a margarita."

    But before you go reaching for the tequila and salt, let me tell you something. It's not as hard as you think to get links, get noticed and start actually "doing business" with your online business. That's the idea after all, right?

    Here's how I approach the problem: I write two or three short 500-800 word articles a week about my business, and then I submit them using an online submission service. The service is budget-friendly, super-easy to use and extremely effective. After just two days, I looked for my article and it was posted on more than 50 websites.

    That means each of those sites contains a link back to my site, and more inbound links means -- you guessed it -- better search engine results positioning. Before I knew it, I was getting more than 200 hits a day on my site. "Unbelievable!" I thought, but it was true.

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