Bing is nothing more than Microsoft’s proprietary search engine. It was formerly known as the “windows live search” service, and later as the “live search” engine. It has been integrated into windows services since the MSN days, so it is more than likely that you have used it at some point.
Bing is a search engine just like Google. Despite not being as popular as the latter, it still accounts for more than 20% of web searches currently made in the US. It is integrated into Windows operating systems, and offers a number of attractive features including:
The concept of virtual real estate and flipping blogs and sites is broadly similar, although there are one or two slight differences.
The main difference is that whilst in the real property world, you would almost always buy a derelict property for renovation, when you’re flipping blogs or sites, it is often easier to create the site yourself from scratch. Whilst it is possible to find sites that already exist, improve them and then sell them on at a premium, having the ability to recognize sites which can be improved and sold is an acquired skill.
If you’re just getting started with internet marketing for the first time and you’ve finished reading the full book, then your mind might very well be racing with all the different subjects and techniques we covered. There’s a ton of jargon to dig through here and countless different approaches and methods that all need to work together synergistically for the very best results.
If you’re having a hard time absorbing all that information then, this cheat sheet is going to become your best friend. Here, you will find all of the different ‘pillars’ of internet marketing and all of the key techniques. Any time you get confused as to what a phrase means or what you should be doing, check back here and you’ll find the answers…
Viral marketing, also known as viral advertising, refers to marketing that seeks to exploit online trends and social behavior to produce exponential increases in brand awareness, content sharing, rapid sales and other marketing objectives.
The “viral” part of the name is attributed to the ways in which viral marketing techniques achieve promotional goals, often mimicking the spread of computer viruses through methods that trigger self-replicating behaviors, such as word of mouth. Viral spread of information online is mostly attributed to the social nature of the transmission of information on the World Wide Web.
In this video I want to show how you can create 3d ebooks and box covers.