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4 Ways to Advertise Your Startup Beyond Google AdWords
Nov13

4 Ways to Advertise Your Startup Beyond Google AdWords

Everybody’s heard of Google AdWords. So, finding a good buy on AdWords is quite challenging and competitive these days. As a startup, you’re going up against companies with lots of cash and optimized customer acquisition channels. Here are 4 alternative ad channels you may want to check out to help you…

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10 Ways To Improve Your Startup Blog

  Let me be the first to congratulate you on joining the wonderful world of startups. This is an atmosphere of endless possibilities and opportunities. The catch to this world is being unique and staying a step ahead of the game. The major question you have to ask yourself when starting or running an existing startup blog is, “What makes my blog different enough for them to choose mine to read?”     I can’t lie and say...

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Twittorati.com – Where Technorati Meets Twitter

Twittorati combines two entities that are more or less the air you breathe if you move in the industry: Twitter and the Blogosphere (more precisely Technorati). The site lets you see how active are the bloggers featured there when it comes down to tweeting. In addition to having access to the latest tweets, you can visualize the pictures that are being talked about the most on the section that goes by the respective name. Furthermore,...

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urlmetrix.com – How Popular Are You?

How popular are you? There is only one way to find out how popular you are, you must visit urlmetrix. At urlmetrix. com you can learn about all the different ways to rank your popularity. Using urlmetrix is simple. Copy and paste your social network url in the box and then click check. Once you have done this below will be a list of all of the rankings that pertain to your profile. You can see your Google page rank, Alexa rank,...

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Bloggoat.com – Search the Blogosphere

Although dogs are more well-known for fetching and retrieving things, BlogGoat shows that goats can as well (at least when the object in mind is blog information). The website is a search engine for blogs. Users simply enter in a search term, and click the button; results can then be separated by date or relevance. The blogs that form the search results are truly “underground”- you will be hard-pressed to find any with Alexa Rankings...

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