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One of the traditional yet effective ways to promote your website is becoming more powerful on online media. Find out more about online advertising from here.
While you can rely on the ads to boost some instant attention, press releases tells your visitors how serious you are with them and are a good tool for story telling to build credibility.
Definitely an important part of your web content, it can also be distributed to article directories or feed other news seekers via RSS to maximize your web’s visibility.
Leave your mark wherever you visit by creating an email signature. Your email and your website can be more easily recognized this way.
While you definitely want your website to be indexed by the top search engines, you should also expand to more web directories. This helps expand your web to be indexed by other search engines.
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Now you probably spend a lot of time using your eyes reading online and facing the computer for long hours. Your eyes definitely deserve some extra care, and in conjunction of our support for the Malaysia Glaucoma Society, we’d like to invite you to join the record-breaking charity Glaucoma eye check event that will be held on Friday, 12 March 2010. Visit saveonesight.com to register yourself now.
The Saveonesight.com is a non-profit website that provides help on Glaucoma related information and services. The World Glaucoma Day that falls on 12 March 2010 is a campaign aimed to educate the public about the seriousness of the leading cause of blindness in the world that has caused blindness on 68 million people world wide in 2008. Their coming campaign would be held on 15 venues in the Klang Valley within one day. Help to save one sight and reduce unnecessary blindness. Join this campaign now to help achieve the Malaysian Guinness World Record effort.
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