In need of some online marketing inspiration? I’ve found these online marketing lists to be a great place to start for new ideas, research, and resources on hot topics.
Twitter for business? Yes, I know it all sounds so strange. You can become totally Twittertastic, but you’ll need ideas and a plan. Chris Brogan’s post can get you started on both.
Social Media is every where there’s no escape. Use eCairn’s list of the top 150 blogs about social media as the ultimate resource.
I struggle with the keyword generation process in search engine marketing. If you need help too, Ann Smarty’s post offers great resources as a starting point for keyword brainstorming. Also valuable for other types of concepts and brainstorming.
Awesome list of link building strategies for SEO from Aaron Wall. Advice on “30 Bad Ways to Build Links” is funny and demonstrates how not to implement these great ideas. While 101 actionable tips can be a little daunting, for you unorganized people I’d recommend:
identify the tactics that apply most closely to your website (save the rest for later)
organize into “quick wins” and “more difficult” buckets (for example, directory submissions will not take as long as writing an article or setting up RSS feeds)
create a timeline, including “one time” tasks and “ongoing”
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5. Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization Books
Books are not dead! And you really could use a break from your computer. Greg Jarboe offers 10 smart recommendations.
If you just can’t get enough, I previously posted another list of resources that will also keep you busy: Best Online Marketing Lists