Ti Roberts is the author of "The Lethal Traffic Building Blueprint"

Ti Roberts – author of “The Lethal Traffic Building Blueprint”

I just read internet marketer Ti Roberts “The Lethal Traffic Building Blueprint”. It’s a great read (case study) on how she generated 8,552 visitors to her brand new internet marketing blog in only 34 days.

She generously reveals all her learnings – no strings attached. All you have to do to get this awesome blueprint is to sign up for her free newsletter.

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Enjoy Rand Fiskins (CEO of seomoz) slideshow “The Content Marketing Manifesto”. Learn how to leverage the power of content to build trust, earn customers and create remarkable value.

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SEO predictions for 2013

January 2, 2013 — 5 Comments

It’s the time of year for predictions of all kinds. I’ve compiled a list of SEO predictions for 2013 from the top ressources in the search engine optimization industry.

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My First 56 Days on Twitter

December 29, 2012 — 2 Comments

Follow me on Twitter @insidemyrocket56 days ago I created my first Twitter account. The purpose of my Twitter account is to support this blog (insidemyrocket.com) and to make a name for myself in the world of online marketing. Aiming for 10K daily blog visitors by December 2013 I need to be where the audience is and shout my URL to the moon.

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In this 1 hour video internet marketing strategist Max Minzer has gathered a group of SEO experts to talk about link building strategies for 2013 and beyond. It’s very interesting but if you know your way around basic SEO you can safely skip the first 15 minutes.

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Infographics have been used for quite a while within the SEO community for link baiting. They are excellent for presenting complex data in an easy to understand and entertaining way. Readers like to share high quality infographics and as a result they can generate a fair amound of backlinks.

But there is a new contender in town. It’s called an instructographic. Colby Almond who apparently coined the term defines instructographics like this;

“Instructographics are a vertical representation of creative ideas or steps that guides the user to a specific deliverable. It doesn’t matter if it’s a recipe, hairstyle, do-it-yourself project … instructographics work on nearly any level.”

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If you have one or more items for sale on a classifieds website you should remember to do a little promotion of your own website. An easy way to do this is by watermarking the product image with your URL.

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Facebook Check-In IconA lot of Facebook users are using the check-in feature to let their friends know exactly where they are.

This year some of the most popular check-in locations were stadiums and amusement parks like Disneyland, Yankee Stadium, and Universal Studios. But most users chose to check in while being at Times Square in New York.

See the top 10 list (United States only) of most popular Facebook check-in locations of 2012 below.

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"What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us" by Guy KawasakiI just downloaded (for free) the book “What the Plus! Google + for the Rest of Us”. I haven’t read it yet but I do have great expectations. It’s written by Guy Kawasaki who has quite an impressive resume;

  • Author of eleven books
  • Cofounder of Alltop
  • Founding partner at Garage Technology Ventures
  • Previously chief evangelist of Apple

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