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Mandy asks…

How do i start a marketing web site and get it running fast for low cost?

I have a web site that people can place there business advertisement on there. It dont matter the type of add it is it can be a regular add, video file or flash add. Dont matter all types are the same price a month. How do i advertise better to get the word out there about my site.

scottparat answers:

The best free advertising online.

A while back I wrote an article titled, The Top 10 Free Websites to Advertise. This laid out the 10 best websites where it was completely free to advertise on them. They included:

1. Craigslist.com
2. Blogger.com
3. MySpace.com
4. Reference.com
5. EzineArticles.com
6. GoArticles.com
7. Backpage.com
8. Dmoz.org
9. Yahoo Answers
10. FAQfarm.com

Each of these sites are unique in their own way but effective in providing an outlet to advertise your business free. This is perfect for those who need to advertise on a budget, their products and services. Small business for the most part doesn’t lend itself to have big advertising budgets, so finding a place to “get your name out there” without paying for it is important.

To advertise on a budget effectively you must have a web presence, and preferably a website. If you don’t your small business is only treading water before it goes under. A website is the door that can open your small business to a phenomenal growth track because of the power of search engine optimization (SEO). There is a reason why Google® and Yahoo® have been some of the fastest growing companies of all time, its because search engines work. I personally use Google so much a day I lose track of how many times, and this goes for a majority of its users. For more information about SEO and how powerful a high ranking can be in Google read, How Important is a High Google Ranking to Your Small Business

Now that we have the understanding that SEO is the number one way to get free advertising by a very wide margin lets focus on one of the other ways to work at making free advertising more effective for your small business.

Social networking as a whole are becoming as popular as search engines such as Google and Yahoo. In fact Google bought Youtube® and started their own Myspace® type website called Orkut® and Yahoo attempted to buy Facebook®. Social networking is such a bonanza that doesn’t even know their own limits of how large they will grow. Where does your small business fit in? Since they are free there is no money investment to make, but you will have to invest your time, especially in the beginning. You will need to take time to learn the site, set up your profile, and make friends. Remember, you are looking for ways to make the time you spend using this website as an advertising tool as fruitful as possible. Of course set up your profile with the focus of your business objectives and reaching your goals, and always abide within the rules set by the websites. Your investment of time is your efforts to build your network, because it will take trial and error to learn what is best for your business in social networking. Taking the time to build your network is the number one emphasis when it comes to social networking for your small business.

There are other emphasis which I will list below in no particular order:

* Try an individual profile as a representative of your business before you try a group profile for your business to give an idea of the time it will require to build a network
* Don’t sign up for too many social networks, you risk diluting your message and emphasis.
* Share the networking responsibility with other employees or business owners once you have a business profile
* Don’t be distracted easily, remained focus on what your business objective and building your network to reach your goals. If needed, set goals for building your network.
* Don’t be afraid to get a little personable, people do enjoy talking to other people when networking, not just a profile on a website.
* Don’t be random when searching for friends for your network. Its a waste of time, choose your friends carefully, and then extend invitations to their friends and their friends and so on.
* Alter your preferences on your profile to reduce spam and unsolicited offers. This will save you time as well.

Remember social networks can be people who are very passionate in one way or another about their cause so you need to be the same way concerning your small business on social networks. If you are its a very easy way to advertise and grow your small business on a budget.

Robert asks…

How Many People Can a Girl Meet before Her 18th Birthday?

This is probably a question for statisticans or marketing people but everyone is welcome to try.

I’ll be using this info for a study on how a female teenager impacts an ad throughout her grade and middle school, and teenage life, up to her 18th birthday. Generally, how many people can she pass buzzwords and ads by word of mouth or chatting online or in other formal or informal ways of active communication. Also through subliminal or less obvious ways such as clothes that she wears, car or restaurant or hand bag that she buys, etc. (kind of a fashion statement or lifestyle that she conveys to others without even talking about it).

You have to start from the day a girl is born and then expand it until her 18th birthday. I would like to see which study or formula you chose to base your numbers on (a link to the study, article, etc is ok). We’re talking about people that she knows or have meet and not those that passed by. Thanks.
Thanks for the various responses. True, there’s so many variables but there’s 3 ways to reduce these variables. First, by citing & using any surveys, facts or studies done that will reduce such variable. 2nd, its up to you to decide which variables are important to include & which ones are not so critical to the question or when deriving the answer. 3rd, you will have to decide which of the choices in those variables is more important or will likely contribute to, in this situation or in my question, the likelihood of her passing down buzz words or ads. One example mentioned was does she live in the city or rural area? Basing it on my question, she’ll likely be better off living in city. When I wrote “meet” it can be a first name basis, etc. as long as she is not actively soliciting, like religious groups knocking on doors, girls scouts/Salvation army standing by Walmart doors, etc. My previous prof wont take cash or dinner. There’$100 prize for a very solid answer. Ebay: CASEY1EC1J
Sorry, I ran out of space. Our previous professor is willing to help but he wont take money or dinner. So we dont ask him too often. Your answer will be added to what we already have and we’re also trying to make sure we also cover other areas that we may have missed. Anyway, I dont know how to offer money here but here it goes… there’s $100 prize for the best and realistic (meaning as close as we can get) answer. Please show me your methodologies, studies or surveys used, etc. My ebay id will show my reliability and I will pay by Paypal if the winner gives me his/her email address to send the money. This is the only way, unless you have other suggestions of sending the prize money. Enjoy

scottparat answers:

Dude people get PAID for this kind of stuff.

{ahem. Cough. Pause. Cough. Long silence. Cough}

Get the point? People generally don’t post questions here so that they can profit from free labor.

Lol.

But really I’ll give you an estimation tomorrow if i get time.

But you need to define what you need by “meet” like: see, first name basis, handshake, 5 minute conversation, “friendship” – however it is that you define friendship, etc.

And what do you mean by “pass buzzwords and ads” – so the she must speak with the passer-byer. But I thought it was just a passer byer?

For instance “those that have passed by” includes from 0 to every person on the face of the earth depending on how you define “pass by”.

But let me just add that I think it would be pretty useless to merely quantify the number of potential opportunities for conveying information that some girl has. For example, Are you really saying that a newborn has the same selling power as a sixteen year old? So shouldn’t there be some type of age-weighting to the number of people that “pass her by.” Additionally, shouldn’t different types of interaction give different potential that the message was passed. In other words, do you want to count the sum of people with whom she has had even a slight potential of passing a buzzword, or do you want to know how many people she was capable of communicating a buzzword to in such a way that the other person retained it and that it possibly lead them to a purchase.

I’m just trying to say that your question is poorly defined.

Oh me oh my!

And also, if I’m going to do it you have to explain what you’re going to use it for, the context in which you quote it, the gist of your paper, etc.

In retrospect, I think that the others bring up the most interesting point: it depends on the girl. Like, there’s this one hottie: if she said Buy horsepoo and put it in your shoes, I’d do it hands down. But there are some fuglies out there from whom I wouldn’t accept free diamonds. How do you intend to quantify that? Like what’s the percentage breakdown for selling capacity of a cross-section of girls at a given age (I’m sure that the percentages aren’t static across age groups either.)

Mathematics isn’t so much about formulas as it is about thinking.

(in yoda voice):
very difficult your question is. Must use many considerations. Think deeply friend. First comes the correct question, then correct answer.

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Helen asks…

How do i start a marketing web site and get it running fast for low cost?

I have a web site that people can place there business advertisement on there. It dont matter the type of add it is it can be a regular add, video file or flash add. Dont matter all types are the same price a month. How do i advertise better to get the word out there about my site.

scottparat answers:

The best free advertising online.

A while back I wrote an article titled, The Top 10 Free Websites to Advertise. This laid out the 10 best websites where it was completely free to advertise on them. They included:

1. Craigslist.com
2. Blogger.com
3. MySpace.com
4. Reference.com
5. EzineArticles.com
6. GoArticles.com
7. Backpage.com
8. Dmoz.org
9. Yahoo Answers
10. FAQfarm.com

Each of these sites are unique in their own way but effective in providing an outlet to advertise your business free. This is perfect for those who need to advertise on a budget, their products and services. Small business for the most part doesn’t lend itself to have big advertising budgets, so finding a place to “get your name out there” without paying for it is important.

To advertise on a budget effectively you must have a web presence, and preferably a website. If you don’t your small business is only treading water before it goes under. A website is the door that can open your small business to a phenomenal growth track because of the power of search engine optimization (SEO). There is a reason why Google® and Yahoo® have been some of the fastest growing companies of all time, its because search engines work. I personally use Google so much a day I lose track of how many times, and this goes for a majority of its users. For more information about SEO and how powerful a high ranking can be in Google read, How Important is a High Google Ranking to Your Small Business

Now that we have the understanding that SEO is the number one way to get free advertising by a very wide margin lets focus on one of the other ways to work at making free advertising more effective for your small business.

Social networking as a whole are becoming as popular as search engines such as Google and Yahoo. In fact Google bought Youtube® and started their own Myspace® type website called Orkut® and Yahoo attempted to buy Facebook®. Social networking is such a bonanza that doesn’t even know their own limits of how large they will grow. Where does your small business fit in? Since they are free there is no money investment to make, but you will have to invest your time, especially in the beginning. You will need to take time to learn the site, set up your profile, and make friends. Remember, you are looking for ways to make the time you spend using this website as an advertising tool as fruitful as possible. Of course set up your profile with the focus of your business objectives and reaching your goals, and always abide within the rules set by the websites. Your investment of time is your efforts to build your network, because it will take trial and error to learn what is best for your business in social networking. Taking the time to build your network is the number one emphasis when it comes to social networking for your small business.

There are other emphasis which I will list below in no particular order:

* Try an individual profile as a representative of your business before you try a group profile for your business to give an idea of the time it will require to build a network
* Don’t sign up for too many social networks, you risk diluting your message and emphasis.
* Share the networking responsibility with other employees or business owners once you have a business profile
* Don’t be distracted easily, remained focus on what your business objective and building your network to reach your goals. If needed, set goals for building your network.
* Don’t be afraid to get a little personable, people do enjoy talking to other people when networking, not just a profile on a website.
* Don’t be random when searching for friends for your network. Its a waste of time, choose your friends carefully, and then extend invitations to their friends and their friends and so on.
* Alter your preferences on your profile to reduce spam and unsolicited offers. This will save you time as well.

Remember social networks can be people who are very passionate in one way or another about their cause so you need to be the same way concerning your small business on social networks. If you are its a very easy way to advertise and grow your small business on a budget.

Nancy asks…

How Many People Can a Girl Meet before Her 18th Birthday?

This is probably a question for statisticans or marketing people but everyone is welcome to try.

I’ll be using this info for a study on how a female teenager impacts an ad throughout her grade and middle school, and teenage life, up to her 18th birthday. Generally, how many people can she pass buzzwords and ads by word of mouth or chatting online or in other formal or informal ways of active communication. Also through subliminal or less obvious ways such as clothes that she wears, car or restaurant or hand bag that she buys, etc. (kind of a fashion statement or lifestyle that she conveys to others without even talking about it).

You have to start from the day a girl is born and then expand it until her 18th birthday. I would like to see which study or formula you chose to base your numbers on (a link to the study, article, etc is ok). We’re talking about people that she knows or have meet and not those that passed by. Thanks.
Thanks for the various responses. True, there’s so many variables but there’s 3 ways to reduce these variables. First, by citing & using any surveys, facts or studies done that will reduce such variable. 2nd, its up to you to decide which variables are important to include & which ones are not so critical to the question or when deriving the answer. 3rd, you will have to decide which of the choices in those variables is more important or will likely contribute to, in this situation or in my question, the likelihood of her passing down buzz words or ads. One example mentioned was does she live in the city or rural area? Basing it on my question, she’ll likely be better off living in city. When I wrote “meet” it can be a first name basis, etc. as long as she is not actively soliciting, like religious groups knocking on doors, girls scouts/Salvation army standing by Walmart doors, etc. My previous prof wont take cash or dinner. There’$100 prize for a very solid answer. Ebay: CASEY1EC1J
Sorry, I ran out of space. Our previous professor is willing to help but he wont take money or dinner. So we dont ask him too often. Your answer will be added to what we already have and we’re also trying to make sure we also cover other areas that we may have missed. Anyway, I dont know how to offer money here but here it goes… there’s $100 prize for the best and realistic (meaning as close as we can get) answer. Please show me your methodologies, studies or surveys used, etc. My ebay id will show my reliability and I will pay by Paypal if the winner gives me his/her email address to send the money. This is the only way, unless you have other suggestions of sending the prize money. Enjoy

scottparat answers:

Dude people get PAID for this kind of stuff.

{ahem. Cough. Pause. Cough. Long silence. Cough}

Get the point? People generally don’t post questions here so that they can profit from free labor.

Lol.

But really I’ll give you an estimation tomorrow if i get time.

But you need to define what you need by “meet” like: see, first name basis, handshake, 5 minute conversation, “friendship” – however it is that you define friendship, etc.

And what do you mean by “pass buzzwords and ads” – so the she must speak with the passer-byer. But I thought it was just a passer byer?

For instance “those that have passed by” includes from 0 to every person on the face of the earth depending on how you define “pass by”.

But let me just add that I think it would be pretty useless to merely quantify the number of potential opportunities for conveying information that some girl has. For example, Are you really saying that a newborn has the same selling power as a sixteen year old? So shouldn’t there be some type of age-weighting to the number of people that “pass her by.” Additionally, shouldn’t different types of interaction give different potential that the message was passed. In other words, do you want to count the sum of people with whom she has had even a slight potential of passing a buzzword, or do you want to know how many people she was capable of communicating a buzzword to in such a way that the other person retained it and that it possibly lead them to a purchase.

I’m just trying to say that your question is poorly defined.

Oh me oh my!

And also, if I’m going to do it you have to explain what you’re going to use it for, the context in which you quote it, the gist of your paper, etc.

In retrospect, I think that the others bring up the most interesting point: it depends on the girl. Like, there’s this one hottie: if she said Buy horsepoo and put it in your shoes, I’d do it hands down. But there are some fuglies out there from whom I wouldn’t accept free diamonds. How do you intend to quantify that? Like what’s the percentage breakdown for selling capacity of a cross-section of girls at a given age (I’m sure that the percentages aren’t static across age groups either.)

Mathematics isn’t so much about formulas as it is about thinking.

(in yoda voice):
very difficult your question is. Must use many considerations. Think deeply friend. First comes the correct question, then correct answer.

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