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With this initial issue, we are starting our weekly roundups. At the end of each week, we will bring you articles we discovered during the week, which we think are useful for you and your business.

  • Double Your Website Traffic by BloggingSocialMedia Today
    Traffic to your website, to the most part, is driven by the content available on your site. Up-to-date and relevant content is key to attract visitors and improve search engine rankings. This is a great way to generate free traffic to your site and blogs are the perfect tools to make this happen.
  • 10 Effective Social Media Posts in 10 Minutes or LessMarketingProfs
    Social media success relies on being able to offer engaging content through your social media channels and consistently engaging with your audience. However, keeping social activity alive is quite an undertaking especially when dealing with day-to-day business challenges.
  • How to Build Your Email List: 25 Tips From the ProsSocialMedia Today
    A quality email list is essential to get a return on your email marketing efforts. To build up this quality list, as most of the online marketing pros suggest, you have to give away something useful to them in return for their email addresses.
  • 11 Mobile Website Builders for Ecommerce MerchantsPractical Ecommerce
    In this day and age, having a mobile website is a definite must-have. Especially, if you have an ecommerce site, you do not want to lose consumers, who increasingly use their mobile devices to shop online. This article introduces tools and services that help you establish a mobile presence.

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