Low Hanging Fruit of Content Marketing: 10 Quick Changes That Will Bring Big Results

content marketing

Do you know what the key to a successful content marketing campaign is? Well, it’s not what you are thinking. Sure, detailed content that is high in quality helps, but it won’t guarantee your success.

So, what’s the key?

It’s a lot of little things. They aren’t necessarily hard to implement. You just have to be willing to take the time to implement these simple tactics.

Download this cheat sheet to learn about 10 quick changes that will bring big results in your content marketing campaign.

Here are 10 quick changes you need to make to ensure you do well with your content marketing:

Tactic #1: Cross-promote your Twitter profiles

Twitter will play a huge role in your content marketing efforts. Just look at how much traffic Twitter drove to Quick Sprout in the last 30 days:

twitter traffic

By no means will Twitter make up the majority of your traffic, but what it will do is help influencers find your content. These influencers will retweet your content and, more importantly, share it with their readers on their blogs.

So, how do you maximize your Twitter traffic? One simple strategy is to cross-promote your Twitter profile with other people within your organization. Chances are you have a personal Twitter profile and a corporate one. At least a few of your employees have Twitter profiles too.

The way you would cross-promote is through your bio:

twitter bio

As you can see, I link to both my Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics Twitter profiles through my bio by using the @ symbol. I even link to my co-founder’s Twitter profile.

twitter bio hiten

My co-founder does the same thing, and a few of our employees do this as well.

By having everyone on your team promote your Twitter profile, you will quickly gain more followers. That way, when you tweet out your latest blog post, you’ll get more traffic.

Tactic #2: Use the following keywords in your headlines

Most people think the most important part of content marketing is the quality of the content. And although it is true to some extent, if your headline sucks, no one will read your content.

A headline could mean the difference between a few hundred and a few thousand visitors.

If you aren’t sure how to create an appealing headline, just consider using some of the words below as they tend to get clicked a lot.

  1. How to
  2. [List-related numbers]
  3. Free
  4. You
  5. Tips
  6. Blog post
  7. Why
  8. Best
  9. Tricks
  10. Great

The keywords above work well, and if you also use them within your title tag, you should see an increase in click-through rates from your organic listings.

If you need even more help, you can always use these headline formulas from Copyblogger. All you have to do is plug in a keyword or two, and you will be good to go.

Tactic #3: Collect emails using Facebook Connect

RSS feeds used to be huge drivers of traffic to blogs, but once people stopped using them, most bloggers switched back to collecting email addresses. Why? Because you’ll never stop checking your email.

So, if you are looking to build your list at a faster pace, use Facebook Connect. It allows users who are logged into Facebook to subscribe to your blog with a click of a button. They won’t have to enter in their names or even email addresses.

facebook connect

You can create one of these opt-in forms through Aweber with just a click of a button.

The last A/B test I ran showed that using Facebook Connect for email opt-ins increased conversions by 24.1%.

That means by using Facebook Connect, you will roughly have 24% more people to email to every time you publish a new blog post.

Tactic #4: Ask a question at the end of your blog posts

Are you tired of writing blog posts that get no comments? I know I was, which is why I started testing different tactics to get more engagement from my readers.

Can you guess what the most successful tactic I’ve found to increase the number of comments is? It may sound obvious, but asking questions at the end of your blog posts will help.

If someone took the time to read your whole post, it means they are engaged. So, when they read a question at the end of your post, chances are they are going to answer it by leaving a comment.

Here are the results I experienced with Quick Sprout:

  • I receive 18% more comments on average when I ask a question at the end of a blog post.
  • When I end a blog post with a technical question such as “how would you prevent getting penalized by the Panda update?”, I tend to generate 11% fewer comments than when I use a more generic question like “how else can you get more traffic?”

You’ll have to test this out on your blog, but you should try asking generic questions at the end of your blog posts.

Tactic #5: Make your content skimmable

Have you ever noticed that all of my posts on Quick Sprout contain subheadings? I usually use a few within the body, and I use a heading Conclusion at the end of every post.

In this post, the subheadings are: Tactic #1, Tactic #2, etc. Using subheadings makes the content skimmable, which makes it easier for you to learn the important points from each post.

I never used to do this, but I found that it helps increase the time spent on-site for each blog post. My average time on-site for a blog post before I started doing this was 2 minutes and 41 seconds. Now my average time on-site for a blog post is 3 minutes and 26 seconds.

Through testing, I also found that using subheadings impacted average time on-site more than content length did. When I increased my blog post length from 1,000 words to over 1,500 or even 2,000 words, my average time on-site didn’t really go up. But having subheadings created more engagement. You are staying on the site longer, which means there is a greater chance that you are actually reading my blog posts.

If you want to increase the number of visitors who are actually reading your content, consider using subheadings.

Tactic #6: Draw your blog images

I was chatting with my designers at Digital Telepathy the other day, and they told me that blog posts that contained custom-drawn images got significantly more traffic. James from Super Fast Business is experiencing the same thing, which is why all of his blog posts contain custom-drawn images.

custom image

If you’re not a skilled designer like me, you can head over to Fiverr and pay $5 for a custom image.

Some people are claiming that they are able to generate double, if not triple, the amount of traffic by using custom-drawn images. I haven’t seen big lifts, but I have seen anywhere from 14% to 26% increase in traffic when I used custom images.

For those of you who use stock photography images like me: I haven’t seen an increase in traffic when using them.

Tactic #7: Share your content more than once

Tomasz Tunguz did an experiment on his blog to see if tweeting the same piece of content more than once would drive more traffic. He did this experiment because he felt the majority of his followers weren’t seeing his tweets.

twitter retweets

What he found was that every time he tweeted the same piece of content again, it got roughly 75% of the retweets of the previous tweet. So, by tweeting a blog post 3 times instead of once, he was able to get roughly 131% more retweets.

If you want even more Twitter traffic, time your tweets because the time you post has a huge impact on how many people see it.

twitter timing

As you can see from the image above, tweeting at 8 am or 5 pm is optimal, assuming you want the most visibility. Fridays are also popular days to tweet.

Tactic #8: Don’t ignore the numbers

Although content marketing may not provide direct conversions, it does provide indirect conversions. The majority of KISSmetrics’ leads come from content marketing. It ranges from month to month, but at least 50% come from our content marketing efforts.

The one thing you’ll notice from content marketing is that you get more traffic. Whether it is organic, direct, social or even email traffic, you’ll see more of it. But with your limited time, which channel should you focus on improving the most?

assisted conversions

Within your Google Analytics account, click on “conversions”, then “multi-channel funnels” and then on “assisted conversions.” Assuming you have conversion tracking set up, you’ll see an image like the one above that breaks down your revenue channels.

Based on that, you’ll know what to focus on. For example, I focus on increasing organic and referral traffic as those channels seem to be the most promising. I don’t focus on increasing direct traffic as it is less in my control.

By looking at your assisted conversions, you can focus on creating content that will appeal to channels that are causing conversions. For example, if I wanted to appeal to social media channels, I would blog more about Twitter and Facebook marketing. But because I want to increase my overall organic traffic, I focus on creating timeless content, such as How-To articles, that will do well in search in the long run.

Tactic #9: Use a content calendar

One of the biggest mistakes I made with my content marketing is not being consistent. When I was lazy and missed posting a few blog posts, my traffic tanked 21%.

So, how do you stay consistent? Using the editorial calendar plug-in will help.


By using the editorial calendar, you can quickly identify when posts will go live and if there are any gaps or overlaps. Although this tool is designed specifically for blog posts, it can also be used as a content calendar for your business.

Once your content marketing efforts kick in, you can always upgrade to Kapost, assuming you add more people to your marketing team. But for now, you can use the editorial calendar plug-in as it is free.

Tactic #10: Replicate what works

Are you struggling to find popular content ideas? Well, no need to struggle anymore. Come up with a list of 5 of your competitors, take their URLs and plug them into the Quick Sprout analyzer tool.

Once the report loads, click on the “social media analysis” tab.

social media results

What the tool will show you is all of the popular blog posts that your competitors have created from a social media aspect. You can then take the list and sort it by a specific social channel to see what post titles people like the most.

You can then generate your own version of that blog post with your own twist, so that way you aren’t copying your competition blatantly.

This will help you create more content that gets more social traffic versus writing blog posts that don’t get shared.


Content marketing isn’t all about the content. With a few small tweaks, such as adjusting the layout of your content or how and when you tweet it out, you can get more traffic.

It’s the basics that many of us forget. If you are going to put in the time to create content, might as well maximize how much traffic you are generating from it.

So, in what other ways can you get more traffic from your content marketing efforts?


  1. Great in-depth guide Neil, thank you!

    I’m really thinking about the ‘tweet things more than once’ advice and I was wondering if anyone knows any good plugins that might solve the problem for me?

    Like tweeting out content that’s older than X days?

  2. I never knew there was an editorial calendar plugin! I’m definitely going to try that out. Did you develop that?

    And I’ve been looking for a tool to analyze top content for my competitors. It’s been right in front of my eyes haha! I’m going to be using that tool a lot more now 😀


  3. Daniel Cuttridge :

    Useful tips for beginners, will definitely share this for my audience!

  4. I definitely should try some of your tactics Neil! Thank you.

  5. Grayson @ Debt Roundup :

    This is great information Neil. I need to look back at Facebook connect along with cross promoting my twitter profiles. Thanks for the kick in the pants to get these things done.

  6. Neil,

    As always, these are great tips. By taking the extra few minutes to run through this checklist when creating content, you can see some significant results.

    Thanks for sharing,

  7. “Share your content more than once.”

    I have tried that a couple of times and it worked. I got some more visits afterwards.

    I will try a few of the other tactics shared.

    Thanks for this in-depth detailed post.

  8. Those are some great strategies, Niel. I have recently started being consistent in my blogging efforts and already some great results.

    Keep up the awesome work.

  9. yet another great post Neil. Keep doing this great Work Neil.

  10. My destiny came over to me here, i didn’t know much about marketing and tweaks about blogging and getting traffic from all legal sources.. but after reading your twice about blogging and content writing style and your blog post arrangements.. fall in love of blogging and always ready to hang on your posts.

    Thanks Neil
    Abdul R

  11. Great post neil. I found this post extremely useful and going to do some competitor analysis which will help me dive deep into my content strategy

    However just to know whats your take on Moz tools for competitor analysis

  12. Adithya Shetty :

    Hi Neil,
    Another Awesome post!
    I agree, asking questions at the end of the posts helps get more comments…..
    Also, i think you receive more comments because you reply everyone!
    thanks for sharing!

  13. Joel Mwakasege :

    Wow thank you Neil!

    you have just made a point for to refocus very clearly especial on referrer traffic than the direct as it’s the one I have no control of. I have been getting a lot of love from platform like medium, but because it’s direct the moment I stop the work, it’s the moment the traffic subside.

    I think I will work on the two I can control, referral and organic traffic.

    Thanks for amazing share, 🙂

  14. Thanks Neil for your awesome tips.

    I’ve never really cared about tweeting my posts again, Oh! even first time also they’re posted automatically from RSS Feeds. I now have to dedicate some time to twitter now.

  15. Hi Neil,

    This is good way to increase online website traffic within few months. I will follow these content marketing strategy and it will help for increasing traffic and conversion of my website.


  16. Great post. I agree with point # 6 about including more custom, unique images in content. I would add a few things to this point. 1) Make the images branded with your logo or a “created by” tagline 2) Include shareable buttons so people can post your images on social sites with a link back to the full blog. 3) Use the images to clearly illustrate a big point or takeaway from your blog. Even if it’s a image “quote” that summarizes the key point. This way, when it gets shared people will get the “hook” or reason why they should check out the full blog post.

  17. Pratik Unadkat :

    Great read Neil.

    Was a long time reader but finally decided to comment.

    As always, high quality content!

    Also listened to Pat’s podcast with you today and it was awesome – some great takeaways.



  18. Thanks A lot Neil,

    Once again you have done a very Great job. So informative post that will help for all Bloggers.

    So much Tricks You have provide to us to get maximum traffic.

    That will help me to get more Targeted audience.

  19. Justin McGill @ Workado :

    Good stuff as always Neil. I actually skimmed through to # 5 when you said to make your content skimmable, and that made me slow down to read the rest a little closer LOL.

  20. I enjoyed this blog post :). If you share your blog post 2-3 times don’t people think that you try to spam?

  21. These are great tips. The one thing I am trying to do is to make sure I post content on a regular schedule. Also, to get more traffic to my blog I am trying to post more content and use keywords in my blog.

  22. Neil,
    Awesome post As always, Twitter can be useful but we should know the right strategy which really works and that’s what you have explained clearly. Surely going to try it.

    One question Neil, what’s the best time to share post on different social pages to get maximum output.?

    • Pramod, glad I could help.

      The best time would be around 11AM local time in my experience. A/B test is though to see what works best!

  23. Another great piece of content, Neil! I know some of these tips have been published by yourself in past articles, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. We have some articles and content repeated as well to link back to a more thorough blog post or to just keep reiterating concepts which work or we want to share with our clients and readers. It’s an added strategy!

  24. Vasile Mironeasa :

    Dear Neil

    Sure , all you have spoke is perfect right but imagine as no Social Media was invented and you still want to be on the roof .

    Thanks for the whole your effort and my respect to you !

  25. Awesome! Just yesterday I found editorial calendar in excel as I was looking specifically for something like that but I don’t have to use it ;] (thanks for the WP solution you presented)
    For me #6 makes total sense and as I love to create stuff in Photoshop or Illustrator, at least I don’t have to pay third parties for using their images.

  26. > I haven’t seen an increase in traffic when using them [stock photography images]

    Neil, I think people are just got tired of them just because everyone use them.

    Probably, funny stock pictures that relate to the topic or highly relevant images (which are almost like the custom images and are not easy too find) still convert, but generic ones are no longer in favour.

  27. Yes Neil , it’s absolutely truth of the strategies in content you shared i am so happy after read this article , thank you .

  28. Outstanding. Brilliant. This is money making information.

  29. Markus Koehorst :

    Great stuff. I always get something from your posts, but this one is especially useful. Thanks!
    Quick question: is there a way to allow people to add a comment without going all the way to the bottom? I nearly gave up… 😉

  30. Neil,

    This was a terrific list of ideas that I’ve shared with my team and my followers. Just last week, I’d asked our newest staffer to research what was working on some competitor’s blogs, so item #10 in your list will be a big time saver for him. Thanks!

  31. Neil:

    When you say draw your image, are you actually creating hand drawn art? What about creating a custom graphic from a photo, what are your thoughts on that?

    Also on the Twitter stuff, I agree I have a health blog that I grew using Twitter and that’s because health and diet go well with Social media, but when it comes to services like Plumbing and Roofing it just does not get that much play. Any ideas on how to make these marketing sexy in social?



    • Hand drawn tends to do the best from what I have seen.

      You just have to get creative… such as “which roofing tile is the most flame retardant”… and so live examples of each one being burned.

  32. Literally woke me up & knocked me off my feet! Thanks !

  33. Another great post Neil, thanks for the tips. We are currently going through the process of developing longer and more in depth content and this is a great example of that!! Share city baby!

  34. Neil this has been really helpful once again. I feel like I’m making small strides on a long journey but will get there. Those small strides though is all part of the journey and I have become wise on the voyage and that is the main thing. It’s probably took me longer as there is so much to read and understand fully so it’s all at the forefront of my mind 🙂 feel like we are capable of anything now no matter what we do 🙂 Hope all is well Neil 🙂

  35. And I will be utilising number 10 tomorrow for my local competitors. I think they arnt going to be a problem for me it’s when I come up against the so called big boys that it will be challenging but I’m definately up for the challenge 🙂 This long term plan is all part of the journey 🙂 I just know with everything I have learned from your good self I totally have a head start on my local competition and will utilise my new knowledge against the bigger companies 🙂 ha Just want to be let loose now but know its only a matter of time ha 🙂

  36. Great stuff as usual, Neil. Thanks!

  37. Giveaway software :


    As always, these are great tips. By taking the extra few minutes to run through this checklist when creating content, you can see some significant results.

    Thanks for sharing,
    -Nguyen Hai

  38. Well Neil, since you advise using words like “Top” “How to”, to increase CTR from organic listings, I guess ratings and schema.org+breadcrumbs also do the job. Also people are more engaged and tend to spend more time watching videos, so maybe selfhosting videos is agreat ideea too, if they show up on search results they increase the CTR, right? aside from the SEO benefits.

  39. manujeevanprakash :

    Hi Neil ,
    I would use freebies like e-book and interview podcast to boost traffic !!!! ..awesome article Neil 🙂


  40. Awesome post, Neil! Tactic #5 and #9 are my biggest take aways. Although we’re already using Content Calendars, we just have it in a simple spreadsheet. Now I’m left thinking why didn’t I look for a plug-in before to help me with this. I’m one of your regular readers right now and I hope to learn more from your articles. Cheers!

  41. Thank you for a consistent article. To my mind is really a good opportunity for the young and promising starts up to enter the business world if they lack funding themselves

  42. Hi Neil,

    Thank you for fabulous post and sharing tricks. I am going to follow Facebook connect, retweet, and blog post title suggestions. Hope to get more CTR and conversion.

    Thank You,

  43. Another great post. Surely I’ll follow all your tips to make my blog more Google friendly. Thanks for the share.

  44. Dima Al Mahsiri@ Skin care products :

    Hi Neil,
    I am also using a plugin for automatically tweeting my old posts, and it really works!
    I get retweets for those posts, as new people discover them 🙂

  45. Sameer Sumdarshi :

    Wow another in-depth article by Neil.
    Liked the article a lot. Going to follow these tactics. It will surely rocket fire blog traffic.

  46. I will defiantly retweet my posts now. Thanks for sharing the twitter infograhpic Neil.

  47. Never thought of using the Quick Sprout tool to “spy” on my competitors’ posts that have done well. Appreciate that tip.

  48. Thank you Neil once again, I love very much the tips regarding Facebook connect and headlines. I’m using Mailchimp on a website I’m building, I know that you prefer Aweber and I can understand why, however I’m running on a very low budget si for now I don’t have many options. Said this, I was thinking about your tip # 7 is it advisable to share several times the same piece of content on other social networks as well, and I’m essentially thinking on FB, or do you only suggest this tactic for twitter? Thank you

    • I wouldn’t do it for Facebook, just Twitter. With Facebook their algorithm is different and it can tick off your Facebook friends.

  49. Great post. Will definitely follow your tips. I have already used some of your free offerings that you’ve made available here in this website. A reliable go-to resource for all things Digital marketing. Thank you for all the great ideas you’re sharing in a lucid language.

  50. Hi Neil,

    Your tips are very interesting and easy to apply. I will use them for my next blog posts.

    Waiting for your next tips.

    – Kant

  51. Thanks sir, i was really waiting for such type of information. i was fed up, why there are no comments in my blog post. now i’ll follow these useful steps in my blog post for getting comments.

  52. Great post, I printed off some of the relevant ones (to me) so I can be reminded of them…..

  53. Great tips and thanks for mentioning about the Facebook Connect and also about Supper fast Business blogs look like a great blog and really like the idea of how they use custom made images to drive traffic.

  54. Thanks for the article Neil. I wasn’t aware that AWeber had easy integration for Facebook Connect, so I’ll have to check that out.

  55. Awesome strategy!! cross-promotion I didn’t know about. Thanks 🙂

  56. G.B. @ Attention-Getting.com :

    I agree with the use of the words “Blog Post” when tweeting a post. It has increased my engagement on Twitter. But my biggest success has been pinning my blog posts (just the title and the words “read here”). Text seems to stay out among all those images.

  57. Of course its one thing to have a great content and its quite another to make this content successful. Well, these quick changes kind of make sense in that each makes the reader see value in article and may want to take action.

    Social media shares and good copywriting skills are important successfully content marketing.

    I have shared this comment in the content syndication and social bookmarking and networking website for Internet marketers – kingged.com where this post was found.

    Sunday – kingged.com contributor


  58. Hi Neil,

    You ‘ve shared a really helpful content, had to click through from my email to your blog.

    I do believe that twitter will play a major role in content marketing and you have shared its importance to quicksprout. Though, I am still a newbie going by m y followers on twitter, but I’m seeing considerable number of traffic from it.

    Secondly, getting email subscribers from using Facebook is wonderful, I’m just getting to know this; will try and implement it on my blog.

    Thanks for sharing as usual.

  59. Brent Carnduff :

    Thanks for justifying many of our current efforts with your experiences and metrics. We’ll have to try out your analyzer tool.

  60. Great post Neil, thanks for the tips. I will be trying these.

  61. Great story as always Neil. I don’t believe all of these are quick fixes, but I see why you included them.

    Helping one marketer at a time. Awesome stuff.

  62. The concept of tweeting content more than once is prevalent, but I’m not sure how it works best – tweet the exact same tweets, or mix up the tweet phrase with the link? Companies like Unbounce do the latter, while some online marketing personalities do the former. Which is best or are they equal in effectiveness?

    Thank you,
    Sarah Bauer
    Navigator Multimedia

    • Sarah, I think both work equally effective. It’s all about having catchy tag lines that people are inclined to click on. The Atlantic does a great job of repurposing old articles.

  63. Hi Neil, great stuff as always. I try to read your blog posts at least a few times a week.

    Also, wow you have a lot of twitter traffic! Keep it up.


  64. Hey Neil, i must say yes only quality contents alone cant guarantee success,

    Neil i would like to quote on your Tactic 1, as its mention 7611 visits in past 30 days means on an average 253 visits per day, but for an authority like you having 110k Twitters followers,
    based on this calculation a guy with 1000 followers will waste his time on twitter.

    Over all nice informative article with lots of knowledge to gain and i appreciate you for that, still am confused with tactics one hope you can clear it out….

    Back to you Neil…

    • Sunil, glad you found the articles helpful. Thanks for reading and please let me know if you need help with anything moving forward 🙂

  65. Hey Neil, I loved you tips about using Facebook Connect but I tried to implement that a while ago and I couldn’t do it.
    Can you recommend me some resource to help me with that?
    As always… great post!!

    thank you!

  66. Great Tips Neil,

    I knew that social sharing timing does matter in the content marketing but it was new for me to understand that sharing content more than once can give you more traffic and retweets.

  67. Tactic #7- Neil you got me revamping our social media action plan!

    thanks for the post!


  68. I found the point about custom drawn images very interesting. I do digital graphic work so I should get my act into gear and do some more images for my own blog.

    I love the idea of the Content Calendar!! It’s extremely easy to waste valuable time, without even noticing, if you don’t set up a daily/weekly schedule.

    And I will use the QuickSprout Analyzer.

    I have been trying to find blog posts that provide relatively unique and actionable ideas (instead of rehashed content). When I do, I have been adding them to my list of ‘Actionable Blog Posts You Should Read’ on my blog. This post definitely qualifies so, thanks Neil, I now have another worthy addition to my list.

    Excellent work as always.

    • Glenys, glad I could help. I think if you use all the tools at your disposal you will find things are a lot easier to work with. Thanks for the feedback 🙂

  69. Hey Neil,

    A terrific article. I have incorporated several tactics on my blog. I setup my aweber so that #3 collect emails using Facebook Connect is now on my website.

    I now ask a question at the end of my blog posts. The content is now skimmable.

    Finally I have started to research my competitors and will be creating content from my point of view.

    Thanks again,


    There is so much information in this post I wish it was available as a pdf. (Just a thought though)

    • Sandy, you are definitely on the right path. Keep up all the hard work. Please let me know if you need help with anything at all 🙂

  70. Great collection and recommendations! From #4 onwards I was wondering what your question would be to wrap up the post… 😉 But seriously, quite a lot of useful information and ideas, even though I’m only a “personal blogger”. Your analyser tool looks pretty good too, thanks for sharing!

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  72. I think the custom drawn images idea is very good. When you see some generic blog title with a generic stock picture from somewhere, it’s not exactly encouraging you to read it. It looks about as tempting as the Jelly app (topical humour, see?). Of course there’s the cost of making the images, but at least you can guarantee you’re not breaching copyright. This is a major issue online, everyone’s breaching copyright all over the place.

  73. Thanks for the share 🙂

  74. I did not care much about how to design my blog when I started it. I just designed it as I wanted. After reading your post today, I have found that I should re-design some parts of the blog so that it will be more economical.

  75. Your posts are simply amazing and reliable too. Thanks. Keep posting such good content!

  76. NEIL!
    Thank you so much for this awesome strategy
    Btw, love ur SEO tool so much
    Both of your post and that tool really help me out
    Thanks bro!

  77. Julian Adorney :

    Hey Neil,

    Great content, as always. I love the idea of sharing my content more than once; I run a blog and some big Facebook pages, and I’ve always wondered whether sharing a new blog post more than 1x would be good or would annoy readers. But after reading this, I think it’s worth a try!

    I do have one question: You mention Facebook Connect. But there’s no link, and Googling Facebook Connect turns up nothing. What is it, and how can I start using it?


    • Not on Facebook, just post once or you will irritate people.

      As far as Facebook connect Aweber has it where it uses it.

  78. Holy shit..thats an awesome post. Thanks for posting Neil 🙂

  79. Good post Neil. Thanks for introducing me to the 10 sure-fire headlines form.

  80. Thanks for your awesome tips. I learned a lot. I think it’s my job will be at a higher level. Keep it up 🙂

  81. Neil! I love your articles enjoy getting your weekly newsletters. One day I’ll be on your level 🙂 Your my internet marketing idol. lol

  82. Online rockers hub :

    But Sharing the same content more than once in social media will irritate your readers. So it is not advisable.

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