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Nov 15 Posted 1 year ago
A very helpful piece I must remark. The step talking about segmenting subscribers into relevant groups is very important for any marketer that intends to make a difference with email marketing. This is so because that is where and when value is delivered to the contact. If the value is delivered then conversion is increased.
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Nov 14 Posted 1 year ago
Reading your article, really very good, because this morning I read through your article about Matt Cutts:
Matt offers some tips on how to make sure your comments are not considered spam by Google or the site you are leaving it on:
(1) Use your real name when commenting. When you use a company name or anchor text you want to rank for, it makes it look like you are leaving the comment for commercial marketing purposes and thus may look spammy.
(2) If your primary link building strategy is about leaving links in blog post comments and it shows that a majority of your links come from blog comments, then that might raise a red flag.