What’s the most inspiring web marketing advice you’ve had?

I was recently asked on Twitter: “What’s the most inspiring web marketing advice you’ve had?”. I hadn’t got a ready reply, but back in the considered context of my blog I have a two-part answer to that question –  the first part in the shape of these useful set of archived webinars from Hubspot:

Fortunately as the second part of the answer I’m going to be contributing some of these in-depth insights in a series of internet marketing training days in London, assisting digital strategist and chartered accountant James Eckhardt, starting on 5 May with two half-day courses. I hope to see you there and get to ask you “What’s the most inspiring piece of web marketing advice you’ve heard today?”.

Course Summary:

  • Identify the words and phrases (keywords) being used by your market in Google.
  • Discover the popularity, competitiveness and trends of your industry’s keywords.
  • Find relevant blogs, groups and forums to communicate with your market.
  • Setup e-mail alerts to monitor your online PR and content relevant to your business.
  • Interpret the key reports provided by Google Analytics.
  • Receive automated e-mail reports from Google Analytics.
  • Submit your website to mainstream business directories and listings.

You will also receive a copy of the course’s guidance notes for your personal use.

Update: the 5 May training day is now closed for bookings, but if you want to take part in future training please email me.

5 thoughts on “What’s the most inspiring web marketing advice you’ve had?

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  2. I understand my or our limitation.
    But do not understand ,why such important blogs goes unanswered?
    Regards,
    Zahir

  3. Hi Zahir,

    Thanks for your question. My guess is that while I aim to provide useful content that it has to be exceptionally good to get comments when there’s so much information out there on the web to the point of information overload. Secondly, content has to include clear specfics and examples of how to implement the good ideas outlined in a blog (and often how then to monetize them) to gain credibility over time. So these tasks take a good deal of time, hard work and effort, and sometimes just staying in touch with what’s going on is intensive enough in itself.

    BTW if you spot a topic you think I should take a look at please feel free to let me know via this blog!

    Cheers,

    Stuart

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