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  • Wikipedia
  • SEO
  • Guest Posting / Republishing
  • Q&A websites (and how to answer first)
  • Google+
  • Reverse engineering
  • Translating content
  • How adding a small “Feedly” button added 200 return visitors a month
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  • AL

    Alfred Lua

    over 5 years ago #

    Thanks for sharing these tips!

    I just shared my article on 2 startup tools I came across on subreddit - startup and growthhacker.com and emailed a person who runs a newsletter relevant to what I write. Fingers crossed!

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    Everette Taylor

    over 5 years ago #

    Great tips in the SEO section, one thing I will say is that you can try to "game" posts and optimize the keywords for Google but nothing replaces great content especially when it comes to distribution. Building a name for yourself cannot be understated, for instance if I see something from Conversion XL I don't even think twice clicking on the article because they've built the reputation of having high quality content. Awesome post!

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    Jason Dea

    over 5 years ago #

    I've never used reddit for anything other than memes and viral video discovery. Do you guys have any experience using it as a channel to market to a b2b audience?

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    Morgan Brown

    over 5 years ago #

    Iris always brings it. Excited to dig into this one!

  • GG

    Gary Gaspar

    over 5 years ago #

    again, a great post!


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