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Evan Bailyn’s Top Five Tips
to Increase Twitter Followers Instantly

Internet Entrepreneur and bestselling author Evan Bailyn keeps celebrities Tweettastic, making literally hundreds of thousands of people follow his celebrity clients – from soap opera queens to rock stars – with very simple tricks he uses every day.

Drive traffic to your website, increase visibility and revenue with Evan’s top five tweet tips!

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Hashtags: What They Are And How To Use Them

A hashtag is literally a pound sign. When someone organizes a Twitter Party or chat they send out an “official hashtag” which consists of a pound sign followed by a word or words. By using the pound sign you are able to tie similar tweets together so you can follow along during a chat or pull all the tweets up later.  Here are some examples of popular generic hashtags: #networking #marketing #bieber #graysanatomy If you are hosting a party or holding a webinar and having people respond by twitter you should set up a more specific tag so you can pull up the tweets related to that particular event.

In the following video I explain how to save a search in Twitter.com, Tweetdeck, and Hootsuite.

Profitable Mommy Blogging 30 | Networking

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It’s just me this week, doing a brain dump about networking. I hope you can get some ideas or reminders from the podcast. Here’s some things I touch on:

  • What networking is.
  • How NOT to network.
  • Places to network – online and off.
  • Finding more people to connect with.

I have 2 more interviews lined up for upcoming podcasts. So stay tuned!

This podcast is sponsored by Scenes and Cinema. Marketing with video is 6 times more effective yet less than 3% of marketing online is done with video. Scenes and Cinema can help you create a great video and market it all over the internet.

-To be a sponsor or guest on this podcast email jendi at jendisjournal.com
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Howdy from the Lone Star State!


Hi ya’ll! I’m new around here in these parts, so I thought I’d take a minute or two to tell you about myself.

I’m Jamie Harrington, from Dallas, Texas. I’ve been blogging for a while, but frankly I don’t know the first thing about getting my blog to turn a profit. So I have decided to learn, and in the process–I’m hoping that I can convince you to come along for the ride.

I have a beautiful daughter that is a complete loon, and a husband that is cool enough to support me through my crazy misadventures. [Read more...]

Profitable Mommy Blogging Episode #6

This week’s interview is brought to us by Profitable Mommy Blogging’s April Jones. Her guest this week is Amy Lupold Bair of Resourceful Mommy.

When Amy decided to host a sitewarming party for her blog, she had no idea that it would turn into a source of income. I attended the party and the response was overwhelming. Amy compiled a panel of succesful Moms for guests to chat with and discuss Mommy blogging, social media and other topics. To attend the party, guests simply followed Amy and the panelists and used hashtags and Twitter Search to follow the discussion.

On the night of the Resourceful Mommy Launch Party, #RMLP was among the top-rated topics on Twitter.

In this interview, Amy tells us how she started blogging, where she came up with the idea for a sitewarming, and how she ended up launching a business hosting parties for others. She also explains how it works and how you can attend a party or even have your own. This venture has grown so quickly that she will soon be launching a new website dedicated to sitewarming parties.

Some of the sites that have been warmed are:

Be sure to listen to the podcast for some big news about upcoming sitewarming parties including some amazing prizes!

Amy also blogs for Type A Mom and Blissfully Domestic.

Profitable Mommy Blogging #3


My guest this week is Megan Calhoun, founder of Twitter Moms.

When I first heard about Twitter Moms I wrinkled my nose at it.  I said ‘why do we need a social network about a social network?’  But I was wrong!  Twitter Moms has taken off like a rocket, growing to a include almost 4000 moms in just a few short weeks of it’s existence.

Add both of us as a friend and leave a comment on our profiles :)

Twitter Moms Tip: You can blog at Twitter Moms on just about any topic you like.  Focus on providing some useful information and feel free to include links to your sites.  It’s a great idea to post a ‘digest’ of your other blog posts every week or to share some link love with other mom bloggers you enjoy.



Hopefully you’ve at least heard of Twitter by now and you may already have an account. But have you thought about how you can use Twitter to promote your blog?

First, let’s back up a little just in case you haven’t heard of Twitter. Twitter is one of the many (and I mean MANY) social networking or social media services. Think of it as instant messaging with hundreds of people at once. Better yet, since you can only send messages that are 140 characters or less, its more like texting with hundreds of people. The basic concept of Twitter can be seen in the little box where you enter your text. Twitter asks “What are you doing?”

There are two components of “social media” – the social part and the media part. Unlike standard media (print, radio, TV), Twitter and other social media services involve conversation and interaction with your audience. In this case, your audience consists of the people who are following you because those people will see your updates.

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