Best Internet Marketing Blog Posts of 2007

January 16, 2008 by

We can’t all be super techies. Not everyone has an intimate understanding of every new technology trend or can keep pace with all the Twittering, Digging or StumbleUponing.

But never fear, 250+ links about Internet marketing can bring you up to speed.

So cuddle up with your computer, a cup of coffee and a blanket on a cold January day and check out the best Internet marketing blog posts of 2007.

(link via Seth Godin)

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Joshua Cody


Josh Cody served as our associate editor for several years before moving on to bigger things. Like Texas. These days he lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, and you can find him online or on Twitter when he's not wrestling code.
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2 Responses to “Best Internet Marketing Blog Posts of 2007”

  • Internet business
    January 16, 2008

    I read the article and found it very interesting. There are lot of useful tips, suggestions and advices that make the task of internet marketing easy.


  • Nathan Ketsdever
    January 21, 2008

    I have a lot of experience with Stumbleupon and Digg.
    Its easy to overestimate the amount of traffic you can get from Stumbleupon. Certainly, if you have videos, something “remarkable”, and/or something funny–stumblers may bite. If you want to kick start a campaign, Stumble does offer pay-per-click at a nickle a click.
    Digg has a rather atheistic bent. It also functions like a bit of a pyramid scheme, with the top 10-100 diggers controlling what hits the frontpage. If you read much about Digg traffic you will find that its a quick spike, without a lot of long term returns.
    Digg and stumbleupon are largely fun toys as well as interesting ways to interact with information.
    There is a Christian version of Digg called Godblogs that I haven’t really investigated, but offer an interesting way to generate traffic.
    Great tip on the link!



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