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Did you know that there is a marketing hero wearing a white hat who journeys through the Internet working extra hard to bring more customers to your website?
The marketing hero wearing the white hat is the white hat SEO, a method to expand your website’s audience using search engine optimization. Like magic it reads keywords embedded into the content of your website to help customers who are looking for you find you.
More than 3.063 billion people are using the Internet today. More than 52 percent of them participate on at least two or more social media websites. If you are interested in promoting yourself or your business, then wouldn’t it be wise to reach out to this group?
There are at least 200 social media websites that you can use. You want to choose the one that fits the demographics you or your business is targeting.
Know the Community
Successful companies in today’s global market have a specific identity or brand. You know Apple offers sophisticated consumer electronics products; you know Microsoft offers computer software; you know Coca-Cola sells beverages; and you know Google for its Internet-related services.
It’s been 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, and this year was probably the last time most survivors of the Nazi extermination camp were present. Over one million people were killed during World War Two at Auschwitz in Poland, the majority of them being Jews. Auschwitz, which is known as the world’s biggest Jewish cemetery, was also the death place for many people who did not fit into the Nazis’ view of their world. Homosexuals, lesbians, Poles, and the disabled were among those also killed there.
The United States got its wakeup call on September 11, 2001 when Al Qaeda attacked the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, DC. France just got its wakeup call on January 7, 2015 when two French Islamist terrorists attacked the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine, in Paris.