Web 2.0 Marketing – 77 Easy To Do Step By Step Ideas

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Web 2.0 Marketing – 77 Easy To Do Step By Step Ideas

By Ralf Skirr.

There’s no way an internet business can ignore web 2.0 marketing any longer. But since there are so many sites, and it’s just a small part of the bigger picture of your business, you might feel confused or overwhelmed.

What you probably need is a simple step by step plan to implement web 2.0 marketing to your business.

Well, you guessed it: here it is!

If you follow through with this simple step by step plan, you’ll achieve a presence in the web 2.0 sphere that very few of your competitors can match.

The rise of web 2.0 has transformed internet business as we once knew it.

In the past, business owners were limited in

  • how they interacted with customers,
  • how they collected information about them,
  • and how they marketed new products and services to them.

Today, these strictures have been removed, permitting business owners to gather information, learn, and respond much faster than ever before.

It has also transformed the internet business landscape in another way:

by creating a rift between those who know how to navigate web 2.0 sites and services; and those who do not.

Those who don’t know how to use web 2.0 services may find themselves on the defensive constantly—doing anything to retain customers—even if they had a successful business model only years ago.

Those who feel comfortable with web 2.0 may now find themselves at a significant advantage.

Whether you’re currently using web 2.0 to promote your internet business or are thinking about doing so, it is important for you to understand how to do it correctly.

No matter whether you’re inexperienced or a veteran social marketer, if you don’t have the right information, it can be easy to botch a marketing campaign or simply run out of ideas.

Fortunately for you, this blog post series was designed for people in your exact position: those who know that web 2.0 is an important part of doing business today; and who want to learn how to use it correctly.

In the rest of this blog post series, I’m going to provide you with 77 easy top tips that you can use

  • to integrate web 2.0 into your internet business,
  • to market your products,
  • to find new customers,
  • to manage existing customers and extract information from them.

They are stand-alone tips. You can do them step by step from start to finish, or you can just do a few of them.

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #1: Consistent Web 2.0 Identity is Key

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #2: Keep Your Web 2.0 Message Simple

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #3: Twitter Profile Tweet

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #4: Facebook Fan Page for Success

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #5: Tracking Your Twitter Results

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #6: It Is All about Social Capital

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #7: Using the Twitter Search Engine to Find New Followers

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #8: Use Twitter for Market Research

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #9: Earn Instant Credibility and Expert Status through YouTube

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #10: Get A Profile at LinkedIn.com

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #11: Put a Photo in All Your Social Networking Site Profiles

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #12: Get Loyal Followers by Posting Useful Information

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #13: Promote Your Internet Business through Blog Commenting

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #14: Encourage Your Customers and Subscribers to Visit Your Facebook Fan Page

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #15: Trust Your Own Intuition and Experience

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #16: LinkedIn.com Reviews

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #17: Integrate Your Web 2.0 Marketing Efforts with Everything Else

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #18: Use Forums for Traffic and Networking

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #19: Connect to Influential People

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #20: Web 2.0 Marketing is Still Marketing

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #21: Going After Niche Networks

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #22: Power of Twitter and Facebook Combined

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #23: Get Closer to Fans with Your Facebook Fan Page

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #24: Make Readers Your Facebook and Twitter Advertisers

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #25: Courtesy Is a Must

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #26: The Need for Conversations

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #27: Give Freedom with Your Facebook Fan Page

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #28: Build Your Reputation with Charities

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #29: How to Make Angry Customers Love You

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #30: Harmony between Personal and Business Time

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #31: Keep It Private but It Keep It Real

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #32: Conquer Your Fears

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #33: Quickie Posts with Tumblr

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #34: Twitter Feeds on Your Homepage

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #35: Create Longer Tweets with Tumblr

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #36: Tumblr vs. the World

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #37: The Perfect Tumblr Theme

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #38: Tumblr Alternatives to Discover

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #39: Last.fm Your Music Network

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #40: Seduction Tip for Getting Facebook Fans

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #41: Getting Facebook Customers with Your Mailing List

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #42: Easy Way to Get More Facebook Fans

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #43: Email to Twitter

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #44: Spreading the Word with RSS Feeds

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #45: Short RSS Feeds that Get Readers Hooked

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #46: Vital Use of The "Find Us" Box

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #47: Disqus and Tumblr for the Win

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #48: Give Identity with Disqus

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #49: Making a Moneymaking Forum

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #50: Go and Multiply

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #51: Start Reaping Profits from Forums

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #52: Creating a New Sensational Social Network

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #53: Draw in Members

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #54: Turn Social Networks into Money Generators

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #55: Use Twitter to Sell Your Products

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #56: Create a Firesale

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #57: List Building with Twitter

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #58: Creating a WordPress Blog

Web 2.0 Marketing Tip #59: Update Customers with a Facebook Fan Page

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