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Creating the Structure of your Web Presence

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Creating the Structure of your Web Presence
Signing up for these services is free, gather the information needed before starting.
Decide on a user name and password at a minimum.

Google
Gmail Account -> Google Personal Profile -> Google Place  -> Google Blog -> Google Site
Google Picasa -> Google Youtube Channel -> Google Analytics
Yahoo
Yahoo Email -> Yahoo Local Business -> Flickr Account
Microsoft
MS Live email -> Bing Business -> SkyDrive ->
Misc Profiles
Yelp Business Page -> Yellowpages Profile -> Superpages Profile -> MerchantCircle Profile ->
LinkedIn Profile -> Biznik Profile -> Local.com -> ThinkLocal.com
Misc Blogs
WordPress dot com -> WordPress on website -> Posterous Blog -> Tumblr Blog -> LiveJournal Blog
->
Misc Websites
WIX website -> Webs website -> Orbs website ->

Misc Other

Dropbox ->

Collect the links, usernames, and passwords for your structure AS YOU Create them
I have a Filemaker database that make the data collection easier.

Create a comprehensive footer/signature/post of the best of your structure links

Automating your Web Presence Maintenance


An Email to Posterous blog automatically reposts to many other blogs and sites

http://posterous.com

ScribeFire
ScribeFire is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox Web browser, Google Chrome Web browser, Opera Web Browser, and Apple Safari Web browser that allows you to easily post to all of your blogs.
http://www.scribefire.com/
Supports these platforms / blogs  http://www.scribefire.com/help/supported-services/

FireFox post to Tumblr blog
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tumblr-post/
This extension lets you post photos, videos, mp3s, quotes or links to your Tumblr account by dragging the content to the Tumblr icon that the extension adds to your statusbar.

Madmimi fancy email emailed to Thunderbird forwarded to Posterous

Firefox to Twitter
http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/27/social/twitter-tools/twitterbar-post-to-twitter-from-firefox-address-bar.html
TwitterBar is a free Firefox plugin that allows you to post to Twitter directly from your Firefox address bar! Just type your tweet in your Firefox address bar, and click the TwitterBar icon. Your tweet will be immediately published to your Twitter account.

Pay a Virtual Assistant for maintaining your blogs.

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The Computer Guy, Seattle
davidanders@gmail.com
Local Web Promotion, Seattle
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Written by davidanders

June 12, 2011 at 3:54 pm

Posted in backup

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