Tag Archives for " Twitter "

Jun 14

Free Lifetime PLR Membership in Resell Rights Week

By Brian Baulch | Blog

We just want to let you know that we’ve discovered Mark Austin is giving away free Lifetime Memberships to Resell Rights Weekly. You get PLR to special reports, eBooks, audios, videos, software, templates, articles, and much more. Resell Rights Weekly gives you: 1. Instant access to over 153 hot selling PLR/RR digital products worth hundreds […]

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May 19

Twitter Traffic Exposed Review

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Twitter is growing fast right now, and as internet marketers, we need to capitalise on this trend to ride the wave and increase our sales. 2 guys we know in the internet marketing circle Jani G & Ian Fernando have just released a course on exactly how to do this. This course is called Twitter […]

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May 03

Twitter – The Social Fad is Here to Stay

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Image via CrunchBase “Is Twitter a breakthrough in personal communications or a colossal waste of time?” The Week magazine poised this question in its May 1 edition that included a one-page article on the successful website. Twitter seems to have only two types of users: its admirers and its distracters and neither the twain shall […]

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May 02

Web 2.0 – Flickr, Twitter, Delicious and others

By Brian Baulch | Blog

The Internet is alive with places to market your business, and more are coming on the scene each day. This can lead to hyperactive attempts to conduct comprehensive internet marketing 2.0 campaigns, but it is not always worth leaping onto each new bandwagon. Particularly if you have a limited budget. However, some sites are leading […]

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Apr 27

I Joined Twitter, Now What Do I Do?

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Twitter is a micro-blogging platform and it’s a little different from any other online or social media tool. When people first begin using it, it can seem overwhelming and confusing. How can you really type anything of substance in 140 characters or less? The first thing I usually advise is that you take some time […]

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