5 Ways to Increase Traffic and Conversions Now

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About Free, top 5 SEO Tips, the Deal with Gaming! All this and more…

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00:36 Everyone is talking about Free – Chris Anderson, Barry Schwartz, Dan Ariely – the cost of getting attention vs. profits

03:14 Top 5 for Tactics for Improving SEO and Marketing Impact

15:18 Tim Street on TwiM, and Anakin Interns

16:46 Matt Cutts coming to Boston for SIGIR 2009, Matt, dinner is on us if you are up for a meet-up.

18:45 Ed writes in on Gaming – How Sony and Microsoft are tricking out these boxes with tools that others can use to facilitate communication and build community? Chris’ Guild

24:10 It was the week of the Podcast Lists – Shoutouts from both Mitch Joel and Jay Berkowitz

20:47 Upcoming Event Watch: Podcamp Boston – Register Now, Inbound Marketing Summit, WebInno July, BlogWorld / New Media Expo

25:30 Question of Last Week: Anybody crushing it with Facebook Fan pages? Nope.

26:10 Question of the Week: What are your top 5 site promotion tips?

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12 thoughts on “5 Ways to Increase Traffic and Conversions Now”

  1. Another great show, fellas… my top 5:
    1) SEO
    2) Usability
    3) Local business center listing
    4) Re-pathing useless content (i.e., ensuring everything ends with a call-to-action)
    5) RSS/Bookmarks

    Here's a question for you guys… what would you do if you were trying to promote an underutilized tweetup in a city with great potential?

  2. Oh yes, event marketing in general is broader and has many more applications. And now that you mention it, I am curious to see how you guys would recommend promoting tweetups, comedy/concerts, and other types of live events.

    MoC has become my Thursday afternoon ritual whilst gardening.

  3. Another great show, fellas… my top 5:
    1) SEO
    2) Usability
    3) Local business center listing
    4) Re-pathing useless content (i.e., ensuring everything ends with a call-to-action)
    5) RSS/Bookmarks

    Here’s a question for you guys… what would you do if you were trying to promote an underutilized tweetup in a city with great potential?

      1. Oh yes, event marketing in general is broader and has many more applications. And now that you mention it, I am curious to see how you guys would recommend promoting tweetups, comedy/concerts, and other types of live events.

        MoC has become my Thursday afternoon ritual whilst gardening.

  4. Would it be helpful to purchase ThisIsWhatWeDo.info .biz .net etc (replace this is what we do with keywords that get searched for your company's discipline) if the .com is owned and just parked by a squatter?

  5. Would it be helpful to purchase ThisIsWhatWeDo.info .biz .net etc (replace this is what we do with keywords that get searched for your company’s discipline) if the .com is owned and just parked by a squatter?

  6. Ok a second listen through AND it was revealed you did say to purchase .biz, .info etc. … Thanks for a great Podcast!

  7. Ok a second listen through AND it was revealed you did say to purchase .biz, .info etc. … Thanks for a great Podcast!

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