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Scribd Roadmap – Fast Track your Way to Serious Traffic
Even Google has woken up to the fact that small tips dropped on Facebook and Twitter can cause more buzz than any other method combined. Their world-dominating search algorithms are taking a back seat to Twitter, Digg, chat, MySpace and Facebook recommendations…
That’s why they frantically created Google Buzz – which bombed cataclysmically, because of an issue that saw it automatically share, without permission, staggeringly personal consumer information. They’re hastily revamping it, even as we speak, in a frantic effort to catch up … and understand social networking.
“How Do I Fast Track My Way to the Pinnacle of Scribd?”
Good question. Just follow the road map I’ve written for you… It will show you at a glance:
Making the most of your Scribd profile – and the most important factors to remember
12 ways you can get yourself known on Scribd (including 3 you may not have seen before, or thought of)
What not to do on Scribd – 6 actions that can get you kicked off and 3 omissions that may shock you
Scribd's double advantage – covering your bases from both sides
The Scribd copyright secret that you can turn to your own best advantage
Just 2 of the powerful reasons Scribd provides a perfect vehicle for your material – one that will net you traffic
Why allowing Scribd readers to use these can create priceless buzz – and traffic
The million-dollar Scribd question – and 8 ways to effectively use the answer
The secret source of traffic you can miss – and how Scribd can serve it to you in record time
The flip side of pre-qualifying traffic – and how it can be your best friend!
Selling your works on Scribd's online store – and 3 things you absolutely need to know
Why "R & R" doesn't mean "rest and relaxation" on Scribd – and why it's a benefit you need
The little-known section you need to maximize – and the best way to go about it
The shocking 3 subjects Scribd deliberately excludes – and its reasoning behind this
Understanding Scribd’s bigger picture – and why it's a good thing for you
7 steps to Scribd success (they're so easy you'll say "is that all?")
As I said, using Scribd is simple. And yes, if you took the time, you could dig out every nugget yourself.
Mind you, it would take you quite a while… and there’s a lot of old information to sift through also on the net. It’s a full research job, finding out what’s changed, what’s been refined, and what’s currently in play as your best and most effective Scribd strategy…