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EpildKitillek : Hi, I have a T-shirt Site at http://www.cafepress.com/eke22. I've had it for 2 months now and have not been able to get people to come to the site. I've have done the free trial with adwords and bing advertising but paying for the clicks is not an option for me. I have tried to get my site higher up in the search results but have not seen much improvement.
Any ideas?
http://www.cafepress.com/eke22

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eleloNigAxion : I cant even open up ur website for some reason
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wbnefcahmyha : i can't visit your website, but i can give some tips. try to build good back links, promote your website with twitter and facebook etc
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fakeoakleysy4 : What have you done to try and get your site higher in the search results?
Do some keyword research, find one that is not too competitive, build your content around it, then start building backlinks to your site. There are many ways to do this:
Blog commenting
Directory submissions
Article submissions

to name a few.
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Bormmayonry : To get traffic to your site involves alot of work. Here are some tips: 1. Promote your site on social media sites such as facebook,twitter,myspace etc. 2. Write an enzine article about your site and submit to enzine directories. 3. You can creat a facebook fan page of yous site an promote it. 4. You can just go to www.fiverr.com to buy a traffic gig of up to 10000 visitors for just $5. 5. You can go to link sharing sites to share yous site link. 6. Visit forums that are related to your site and start publicing your site through frequent posting. 7. Make your site URL as your email and forum signature.
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toribhibblerg : Write an article on your site and submit it in a number of article directories like ezine, promote your site on social media sites like Facebook, twitter, myspace; create a Facebook fan page and promote it;visit the forums related to your sites and post frequently over there.
http://www.snappy.in/
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ikiwefrxckme : im selling binoculars....ideas on how to advertise it?
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uniondory : Post Visit Activity
1. In the past, Dreamworld has won the ‘Major Tourist Attraction’ award at
the Queensland Tourism Awards. If you were the CEO, how would you go
about ensuring Dreamworld remains the number one theme park? What
should Dreamworld focus their marketing efforts towards and what should
they improve to minimise threats and weaknesses? Develop a SWOT
analysis as part of your answer.

2. One of Dreamworld’s Sales Executives is holding a familiarisation (famil)
for local Gold Coast accommodation house owners/operators. The famil is
designed to showcase Dreamworld’s facilities and make sure that the
owner/operators are up to date with current rides/attractions. These
owner/operators then sell tickets to Dreamworld and encourage their guests
to visit Dreamworld. Write a script (250-350 words) for the famil that highlights
the excitement of Dreamworld and leaves the owner/operators wanting to
promote Dreamworld as the number one theme park.

3. As the CEO you have to decide on the next ride or attraction to be
installed at Dreamworld. Based on your assessment of the facilities, rides and
attractions at Dreamworld, what would your recommendation be for the next
ride/attraction installed? Write a proposal (300-400 words) describing the new
attraction, who the target market is, where it would be built at Dreamworld
and why, and any environmental/engineering issues to be considered.
(dont worry about thr create-a-ride thing)
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PanfiliJ : Hi. I'm currently planning on doing an Australian Working Holiday, starting early next year. I'm 21, female and plan to go alone. After researching flights, I've found that most flights from the UK (where I live now) to Australia involve a stopover in an Asian country. Then I had an idea that, instead of stopping over just to stay in the airport of the transit country for a couple of hours, why don't I stay for a few days to explore this new country before continuing my journey to Australia?

So I was looking at which of the countries in the options I'd like to visit the most, and whittled it down to South Korea (Seoul) and Hong Kong. I would have had China in there too but I'd need a visa to go there which is just extra fuss, and I'd have had Japan but apparently it's expensive, so I'll just leave them both for another time.

So I'd like to ask people, which of these 2 places would you recommend the most and why? Taking into account

- costs as I don't want to spend too much especially since I need to save some money for Australia,
- plenty of interesting things to do and see,
- the fact that I only speak English so I don't want to have too much of a hard time with communicating

In all honesty, I was kinda leaning more towards Seoul, because of my growing interesting in k-pop and curiosity at checking out the Gangnam district due to that famous Psy song, but the language barrier really worries me, as according to Wikipedia English isn't a national language there as it is in Hong Kong. I also have a desire to see Hong Kong because I love Chinese food, and in general I just want to experience a bit of East Asian culture.

Please let me know what you think, especially if you have good experience of either or both places. Thanks! :)
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phypefrency : From the pros and cons listed,hongkong will be better.there will be no language problem,you will get Chinese food and you will get glimpses of south East asian culture.
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