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Thursday, November 04, 2010

Marketing Forum Now Ranked #3 On Google

Thursday, November 04, 2010

About a year ago I received a comment on this blog about creating a Marketing Community. After giving it a moment of thought, I realized that there aren't too many places that a marketing person (from advertising to Internet marketing to marketing management) can have a healthy dialog, learn, and get answers to their most difficult marketing questions.

I thought to myself that if the number one ranked marketing blog on the Internet couldn't create a community, who can? Well, after making an investment in a marketing forum and asking fellow marketers to spread the word, the Internet Marketing Forum is now in the #3 position on Google for the keyword "marketing forum" and in the #1 position for "Internet marketing forum."  What excites me is not the ranking but the fact that we are reaching more people than ever interested in marketing, internet marketing, and promoting products and services.

The Marketing Forum offers a variety of topics including Internet marketing, Special Offers for the marketing community, PPC, Search Engine Optimization, Programming, Affiliate programs, Internet marketing product reviews, and much more. 

I'm writing this post because I'd like to invite you to join the conversation.  The marketing blog and now the Marketing Forum is all about you.  Your ideas, your questions, your thoughts.  Share your passion with others who have similar interests.  

I know that trying to solve a marketing related problem can be frustrating.  At times you may not know where to turn or simply want to tap experienced marketers for their thoughts or guidance.  The Marketing Forum is your source of access to experienced marketing professionals that can help you succeed regardless of the challenges you face.

Start the conversation - join the conversation - get involved.  The Marketing Forum is waiting for you!


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