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  1. These are all great suggestions. I am going to try to comment as the facebook page for a while and see if it increases my likes. They have been slow to increase.

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    • Danielle

      Let me know how it goes Kristen. Just remember to be consistent and I’m sure you’ll see results. :)

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  2. It is so very hard to be everywhere all at once. But if you use a few of these tools, they often go a long way.

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    • Danielle

      Yes, David. I always suggest that writers choose some goals and by working on one or two of these at a time you can get great results.

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  3. YES! These are all effective. Back when I was getting started with my copywriting business, this was what I did all day when I did not have any clients.

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    • Danielle

      That’s a great strategy Jim. By thinking of it as part of your job it never seems like “a waste of time” does it?

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  4. Danielle

    Absolutely not! Article marketing is still alive and getting results. The key is to not publish crap and choose some good sites. I always use InfoBarrel – they moderate and approve every article submitted so that there is a minimum of low quality articles. And they are growing every day. I also use HubPages because you get a sub-domain and your work is not judged by the search engines on the quality of other people’s work – only your own.

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  5. Thanks for the tips Danielle. I have to admit I’m still a little sceptical about Google + but after reading your post, I’ll be sure to fill it out!

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    • Danielle

      Even if you never use Google+ you can still benefit from the Profile page!

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