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Creating More Visibility

I really would like to have more visibility on the social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, My Space and all of the other websites I am affiliated with. Understanding what to do is, sometimes a daunting task. One thing I don’t want to do is offend the people that have allowed my updates to appear on their pages. I also would try not alienating them by being a tad bit over-bearing by just posting update and update upon update causing a nuisance of myself even before I truly embark upon the Network Marketing/MLM business.

Attraction Marketing seems like a journey more and more people are taking a look at when it comes to what they are offering. Be it Juice, Tea, Books, Telecommunications or Credit Services, all have to get potential clients to trust in whatever it is they are marketing.

Gaining trust is work and it’s the necessary ingredient to the success of anyone’s organization. First, I have to believe in the product and or service before I can get a potential client to even take a look into what it is I am offering. Businesses which offer services to the customer and to businesses have a great deal of acreage to cover. I clearly understand that if people like whatever it is I have then there is a strong possibility that that product is will be shared amongst friends and relatives. Information about it is going to go from potential customer to the next, virally making its way via word of mouth advertising. Yes, I want that mega amount of visitors, but most of all I want customers and or people interested in an opportunity enough to spend time on the website(s), learning. I know I can’t make the mistake of taking the “social” out of Social Media. I still have to engage the people I am connecting with and that word connect is crucial to any marketing strategy.

Now, how does a business selling to another business take advantage of the “Social Media” aspect? It is truly a contact sport; building an active wall on Facebook, creating content on LinkedIn that sets you apart and encourages views through your own participation through Weblogs, Youtube Videos and other interactive sources.

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Do I need high production videos, costing more than I am able or even ready to afford? Will a simple, yet tasteful video of myself explaining what our products do and the benefits therein help to ingratiate my customers and potential ones to my site(s)? Creating something that I, as a consumer would want to stop and look at is what I am looking to accomplish.

I just came away from a meeting to introduce myself to an organization that has a great deal to offer the community and has been doing so for some forty (40) years. However, I feel they are candidates for more marketing strategies, just getting the word out to more people about how valuable this organization is and can remain to the area. The International Youth Organization has been helping inner-city youths redirect their energy into areas that benefit the individual and the community as a whole. They create change, lasting change, the kind of change many can and do overlook because their efforts have and continue to be overshadowed by the much larger ones that cater to a different segment of our society that don’t get a chance to see firsthand how our kids suffer.

The International Youth Organization has been, figuratively, teaching our kids how to fish. And what is needed is exactly what is lacking – exposure. With our children it’s always the good that they do goes unnoticed, while the bad that they can find themselves involved in is immensely dramatized and aired in all forms of media for the public to scorn. Gaining more visibility is an issue that many of the Social Media sites have been able to answer.

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If you have products and services that do not limit sales to just your geography, how better to get that product or service in to the people’s hand that are actually looking for it. Technology is with us but it would seem globally, many are lagging behind in the deployment of the technology. We pride ourselves in saying we are technologically advanced, but real pride is from the doing.
WiMax and its capabilities in the hands of our citizens would do great things in decreasing that “Digital Divide”. Especially since our Universities and City Council are spearheading the closing of the divide and I feel the employment of WiMax has the ability to do it.
It’s not about talking about it that gets it done, but in getting involved wholeheartedly that will ultimately make a difference.
Links for Comparing the Leading WiFi / 802.11 Wireless Networks for Area Codes 201, 551, 609, 732, 848, 856, 862, 908, 973 – Wireless Internet Service & Wireless Broadband ISPs throughout New Jersey – NJ WISPs / Metro HotZONES & WiMAX Wireless.

USA
  • Antelecom, Inc. Broadband provides WiMAX service using the 3.65Ghz range in Southern California (North Los Angeles and Southern Kern counties).
  • Kansas Broadband Internet offers WiMAX service in the 2.5 GHz range to Saline County, Kansas and announced will be expanding to 18 counties in rural Kansas.[28]
  • Action Communications is a rural WISP that covers the Nebraska panhandle and Eastern Wyoming. Their deployment runs in the 3.65 GHz range and has speeds available up to 3Mbps.
  • NetX Internet is a fast growing WiMAX operator that serves businesses in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area with connections up to 1000 Mbit/s.
  • AT&T Alaska is currently offering WiMAX technology in the 2.3 GHz range to deployments in the Anchorage & Juneau areas. AT&T previously had multiple WiMAX trials in other areas[29] & seemed to be interested in using it as a last mile solution and still owns additional 2.3 GHz spectrum in some Southern states.
  • AzulStar, Inc is a leader in fixed and mobile WiMAX offering service in Michigan and New Mexico. Services include unlimited Internet, Telephone and TV with connections up to 100 Mbit/s. AzulStar also provides WiMAX service up to 7M to passengers on the 100 mile long New Mexico Rail Runner Express High Speed Train system.
  • DigitalBridge Communications launched the first commercially available WiMAX network in the United States in 2007 under the name BridgeMAXX and holds 2.5 GHz licenses in several regions. Current Deployments are in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Indiana, South Dakota, and Virginia.
  • MetroBridge Networks serves businesses in Arizona and Greater Seattle with connections up to 2.5 Mbit/s.
  • Nth Air holds a nationwide 3.65 GHz license. Nth Air is currently deployed in California, Nevada, and Colorado with expanding footprint across the nation.
  • Clearwire holds 2.5 GHz licenses in several regions, and is deploying a nationwide network to rival the other nationwide carriers and currently has commercial WiMAX deployments in 32 U.S. markets covering 41 million people and separately markets it under the brand CLEAR. At the end of 2008, Sprint Nextel merged their WiMAX operations (under the XOHM brand), with additional investment from five other technology companies to create the “new” Clearwire. Comcast, Sprint, and Time Warner Cable acting as wholesale providers are now providing access to the same underlying WiMAX network as well.[30]
  • Xanadoo operates WiMAX networks in Texas, Oklahoma, and Illinois. They also run Navini Networks-based pre-WiMAX networks & have holdings in the 2.5 GHz spectrum in multiple markets in the mid-west.
  • Open Range Communications will build a 17-state WiMAX network providing wireless broadband to 500+ un-served and underserved rural American communities.[31]
  • RazzoLink carries WiMAX and pre-WiMAX throughout Monterey County, California on the 2.5/2.6 GHz band.
  • Rapid Systems uses WiMAX in the Tampa Bay metro area on the 3.5 GHz band.
  • Zing Networks is operating a 3.65 GHz WiMAX network in the Greater Metro Detroit Area in Michigan.
  • Sling Broadband WiMAX broadband operator in the Greater Miami WiMAX and Fort Lauderdale Wimax Metro Area offering Wireless Metro Ethernet, Business T1 Service and Wireless Broadband Service
  • Towerstream offers WiMAX-based internet service to businesses in 9 US cities, including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Providence, San Francisco and Seattle.[citation needed]
  • River Canyon Wireless Provides up to 2Mbit point to point for Monticello & Blanding, Utah. Also provides Motorola Canopy support for Moab & Green River, Utah
  • Rainbow Broadband serves New York City businesses with WiMAX-based internet at speeds exceeding 100Mbit in Manhattan and surrounding boroughs (subject to line-of-sight limitations.)
  • Northern Michigan University, working with Intel, Lenovo, Motorola and Cisco, has deployed a WiMAX network covering the City of Marquette, Michigan. Right now, most of the City of Marquette has solid access to the WiMAX network, as well as some points as far south as Chocolay Township and west as Marquette Township. Currently, students and faculty of NMU have access to the network; along with certain city personnel.[32][33][34]
  • Main Street Broadband is starting to provide WiMAX service in southern Georgia and northern Florida.
  • Quad-Cities Online‘s plans to use 2.5 GHz spectrum in Illinois for WiMAX service were put on hold while the company looks for other potential partners.[35]
  • QX.Net in Lexington, KY offers fixed WiMAX in the 3.65 GHz band.
  • airband has wimax coverage in a number of US cities
  • WebPerception provides affordable business and home WiMAX services to the San Francisco Bay Area including Marin, Sonoma, and Alameda Counties.

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  1. November 22, 2010 at 2:02 am

    i like wireless internet because you can surf anywhere and you can avoid those ethernet cables ‘.:

  1. June 20, 2010 at 12:42 pm

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