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I reviewed some of your videos and they are impressive. First of all, I would like to know why you think times are changing since SEO and PPC are still million-dollar strategies for lots of B2B companies if everything is done well. CMOs and marketing directors ---- you can reach them on websites...

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Starting with a question "What is it that the companies look for when they decide to sponsor an event?" I am quite sure the answers would be "Age of attendees, number of people attending (so they can figure out cost of reach (sponsorship amount / number of attendees), type of the event, general ...

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(Background: I founded the largest marketplace for direct ad sales. Powers sites like Microsoft, Aol, Gawker, etc) If you want to sell ads directly to advertisers... that's awesome, but recognize it takes more work than just dropping AdSense on your site. I'm glad you're thinking of it like "how...

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From my experience it is best to assemble a sales team and make them do some cold calling. I believe that speaking to start-ups personally will gain you more companies to post jobs on your platform. I would also advise you to go on LinkdIn and look around the job listings there to see which com...

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Hello, great question here. First of all you should understand that there is no 1 way and depending on who your audience is and what you sell the answer will definitely vary. A short answer however would be - engagement. Forget about likes and follows and shares are engagement, if you want to ...

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My first question is "How do you monetize your blog?" If you don't know, then there's not much I can do for you right now. See, how you intend to monetize will drive the pre-qualification of readers. Meaning, who do you attract? If you monetize by having a store section, or sponsorship by reta...

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Most people -- regardless of their company or product -- go about attracting press the wrong way. The publications exist to provide value to their readers and increase their own readership. Rather than proclaiming how your product is the most amazing thing since sliced bread, think about it fro...

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When I built my first company, I targeted a niche and was able to corner it. Is attribute the success of the company to a few key factors: helpfulness, consistently excellent service, and high relevance. The best way to get the support of a niche is to be truly useful to that niche. Where do t...

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