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Definitely send them the poll. If you send an introductory newsletter, most people may never read it. People are lazy and do not like reading much. If you send them a poll, you engage them to take action and they actually get into the fun. Also, I suggest giving your audience a powerful incenti...

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Are some of your friends online marketing experts? Do they study the trends and understand the dynamics of content creation? I am guessing your friends read a ton of fashion blogs, they just don't know it. The short version of the advice would be: use your WordPress blog as the hub of your enti...

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If your goal is to build a community around the blog, I would focus on creating a strategy on spreading the word. Start by visiting other blogs that are similar and participate and comment in conversations. Offer to write guest blogs and receive link back and credits. Start a podcast that you ...

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Your question, "What is the best Wordpress theme for my blog" is nearly impossible to answer. There are an incredible number of factors that go into website design to influence conversion, sales, and user experience. A theme out of the box probably isn't the "right" answer for long-term success,...

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Google's official stance is that they are "roughly equivalent" and recommends to do what is technically simpler to implement (source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MswMYk05tk). With that said, I'd recommend a directory over a subdomain. Doing this consolidates signals to a single domain, wh...

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Asking for a link back to their blog is different than re-posting their content -- and there are SEO considerations for both. A link is one of the most powerful signals Google uses to decide who is a credible source and who is not. The more links, the more credible you must be (so goes the think...

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Since Shaun's answer accurately addresses the main question, I am going to address this in a slightly non-technical, business-strategy way that does not deal directly with SEO rankings. As a business, the blog is really to get people to learn about you, your e-commerce store, and your products...

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There are 3 ways you could generate revenue from your site: 1. Adsense or ads from a network. You can also sell ads directly but ir also means you need to have a sales team or figure a way to attract customers. Unless your site generates north of 5m uniques it will be hard to make a real profi...

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Re-posting someone else's blog post, word for word, will likely not help you at all. Getting requests to link out to these other sites also doesn't help you--at least not near as much as it helps the sites you're linking to.

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Any aspiring entrepreneur should be reading Fred Wilson's blog: http://www.avc.com Also, the team from All Things D just launched http://recode.net

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