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    Hey Dave,

    You are right, long and in-depth content can be used as a resource. Its value to the reader is immeasurable. I agree with you on the in-depth nature of the post of @yakayaka or Gavin McDonald at kingged. The post is informative, educative, instructive and convertible!
    Its the kind of post that has mass appeal!

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    Hi John,

    It is helpful that Gavin MacDonald @yakayaka shared the Hubspot social media calendar.

    For bloggers who are wondering how to go about this tool, the link can provide them with good idea.

    Thanks for sharing your experience with similar system. I have no doubt that many online marketers would find your ideas helpful to move forward.

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    Hi Sunday,

    I never used a social media calendar but can see why one would be useful. Thank you Gavin McDonald @yakayaka for posting the link to the hubspot calendar.

    I did something similar in the past but it was more weekly. Every Saturday I had extra time. I would create a spreadsheet with the date for each day of the week. I then…[Read more]

    • Hi John,

      It is helpful that Gavin MacDonald @yakayaka shared the Hubspot social media calendar.

      For bloggers who are wondering how to go about this tool, the link can provide them with good idea.

      Thanks for sharing your experience with similar system. I have no doubt that many online marketers would find your ideas helpful to move forward.

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    Hello Amit,

    Thanks for commenting and sorry about the late reply! 2016 was a true rollercoster for me.

    Please, read the reply I gave to Gavin McDonald (@yakayaka) below. :)

    (If you’re wondering, I wrote to him first because I read new comments in reverse order.)

    What is important is that characters are disclosed for what they are,…[Read more]

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    Hi Chris,

    Information overload does more harm than good. This is especially for newbie marketers. It is overwhelming and results in analysis paralysis as mentioned by Gavin MacDonald (@yakayaka).

    There are too many information that convinces newbies to make money online. Most are just gimmicks to earn and make more sales for the…[Read more]

    • Yes, as you say, there is plenty of information about making money online, which is not correct, such as out-dated information (an example being making lots of artificial back-links such as social-bookmarks, which will now get your content ranked lower, or even de-indexed entirely, yet the information telling you to do this is still being written…[Read more]

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    Hey Marie,

    Every individual has his/her pain point. For one person, price could be the pain, for another, poor customer support would be his/her pain point, etc.

    Therefore, when identifying the pain point of any person, it is important to be ‘specific’ of the particular pain associated with that person. If this is done, then it would be…[Read more]

    • Hello Sunday,

      Oh, I get what you’re saying. But if for example the pain pint is high cost, I wouldn’t provide them with “saving time” Instead if I had a lower grade version of the higher cost item, I would suggest that.

      I guess problem solving and identifying the pain goes hand in hand, because the “pain” would be a “problem” and if there…[Read more]

  • Marie Yovcheva posted an update 1 year ago

    @yakayaka Just saying hello to my new friends on here! Have a great weekend, and if you get the chance, leave some love on my post, I would totally appreciate it!