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By: freeroll

Sat, 18 Feb 2012 17:08:37 +0000

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By: survivor

Thu, 28 Aug 2008 08:40:35 +0000

I really agree with this article. Internet marketing is only a matter of focus. When you have focus, you can analyze the both sides of your marketing plan and can able to weigh the advantage from the disadvantage. It's really important to have focus. When you focus, you can manage your time effectively and luck will just follow right behind your back.

By: maikeru76

Thu, 28 Aug 2008 08:19:42 +0000

My two cents... Specialty and focus really gets customers to small business but as the business grows never ever forget to diversify. Everybody follows the "leader". And if the leader ain't careful, he/she may find that he/she has lost market share c", Nice to be reminded on something often forgotten by marketers, offline and online. Great Post! c",

By: Gilbert Traifalgar

Fri, 01 Feb 2008 01:05:46 +0000

The long tail effect is as good as the main keyword when your on top of that. These are the related keywords of your main keywords which are less searched and competition than the main one. But mind you, if you target these and made on top of those keywords it will be easier for you to make it to the top. Leverage!


Sun, 26 Aug 2007 14:35:09 +0000

excellent article concerning the need to be specialised ! I will follow your blog.

By: Patrick

Mon, 13 Aug 2007 15:04:10 +0000

This is a topic that is near and dear to me. Our company is one of many similar one in our local area. Our current "bread and butter" is web site development but we also provide print design and portable media services (i.e podcasts, powerpoint/keynote presentation, custom DVD's, etc.) However we are well aware that we have a ton of competiton among small companies like ours, larger national or regional companies and the "do it yourself software packages" that look oh so tempting from a money savings point of view but more often than not we have customers who come to us after trying the above solutions. That being said we stay competitive and viable by; 1.) Looking at what our competition is doing and doing something unique instead of always trying to beat then at their own game. 2.) We are committed to a user-friendly experience for our customers 3.) We are forward looking. Our company may not come up in the top search results in Google when you type in web design or development plus our cities name but their is another forward thinking term where we rank at the top. 4.) We give excellent customer service and don't talk like geeks. 5.) We have a focused customer base. While it is true we will work with most anybody unless we are opposed to what they do on moral groups we advertise and network with potential clients within certain areas because we can understand their lingo and needs. 6.) We have some "top secret" projects related to what we do but may actually be a benefit to our current "competition".