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Intent
My intent with this communication is to open up a channel through which I can work directly with Ursa Minor in the creation of a new world.

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The deepest intent that I hold for my profession is that it draw from my gifts as an individual to forward the evolution of human consciousness, the adaptation of the human experiment to the needs of our life support system and the calling of our time, and the capacity that we hold within ourselves to generate a way of being on the planet which is sane, sustainable and honoring of the future generations.

Skills…

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Optimization ‘Search Engine Secrets: Keywords and Simulpublishing’

Why do you need to know about keyword optimization?

Keyword optimization is rapid fire market research.  You get to keep your finger on the pulse of what people are looking for, you get to identify the raging rivers of internet traffic already taking place in a rapidly changing internet landscape, and you get to get in front of that raging river and open yourself as a tunnel… attracting it to your site.

From  Anne Evanstons perspective it seems that if you are moving away from the slimy salesperson approach and towards the manifesting attractor approach in your marketing the you are not directing folks straight to a landing page.  Rather, you are sending them first to an educational page where you are teaching them something valuable, and then inviting them to your landing page where you can close the deal.  This clarification comes from Anne Evanston, who’s work has been a forefront contributor to my ability to share this information.

This video outlines some of what I learned from Adryenn Ashley during her presentation at Anne’s workshop yesterday.

I hope these tools are helpful.  They will be added into the Social Media Marketing Curricula.

Strategies: Success through Web 2.0 Marketing Overview and Curricula

“A viral video is a video clip that gains widespread popularity through the process of Internet sharing, typically through email or Instant messaging, blogs and other media sharing websites.” wikipedia

We are learning about the distinguishing characteristics of viral video with Rajesh Setty today.  Click through this link for more some examples and reflections:

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Social Experiments

What makes articles and video take off?

Here is an example of one.  See if you can identify the characteristics that contribute to it taking off.  See if you can identify one or two characteristics that would help it to impact more people.

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This article is an exploration of how multiple social media platforms can be bridged to optimize the time you spend on the web.

It looks at Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Ping.fm, Hootsuite, TweetDeck and Twhirl. It is designed to help you see how these tools can serve a Social Media Marketing Campaign.

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Introduction

A young man wanting to use Social Media Marketing to break into a new career.

This is one example of how a Social Media Marketing Campaign is structured to support an individual moving into uncharted waters in his career. If you read this through, you will get a better understanding of the interconnectedness that Social Media offers, an understanding of why it might be a WAY better investment of your marketing dollars then what you may be up to now, and a sense of what is really possible in the world of Social Media Marketing.

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