How to Market on the Web

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Need help converging your traditional brick-and-mortar to dynamic bricks-and-clicks? Here are 5 simple steps to successful marketing on the web:

1. Ideate

Begin early stages of development with explosive out-of-the-box thinking and rich creative mind-time.

2. Define Back-End Paradigms

Look for top-shelf synergy and pro-active infrastructures in order to incentivize frictionless markets. With accessible elocution, strategic visuals, and scalable architectures, you will appear relevant to today’s metrics.

3. Cultivate Cross-Media Benchmarks

In years past, web marketing was defined by poorly cultivated, dog-eat-dog methodologies. Thankfully, this is no longer the case. Key thought leaders put the final “Kibosh” on old benchmarks and now diversify their portals.

4. Curb Your Infomediaries

Sometimes divisive channels emerge during front-end interfacing. At times like these, it is best to nip your mission-critical infomediaries right in the bud.

5. Execute Leading-Edge Initiatives

Finalize your next-generation schemas with a healthy dose of content, and you’re ready to go live! If you find your B2B systems are still toeing the line, reduce digital overhead, whiteboard some options, and plow ahead!

Some Excellent Examples of Web Marketing*

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  1. Hahahaha, thanks for the link and the recommend… but is this real? Your 5 “simple steps” are incredibly confusing and use language I have no clue about.

    You need to use plain English.

    I have never “Ideated” in my life. Your English is complete bollocks 🙂

    Great April 1st page!


    Ling Valentine — April 1st, 2010, 10:10 AM
  2. At first I thought this video was a joke, but when I went back and read the script, it totally makes sense.

    digitalbenjamin — April 1st, 2010, 10:47 AM
  3. Wow! This makes Branding on the Web so easy. Now I totally get it. All I have to do is talk like a mindless jerk with all kinds of outdated marketing terms, have no idea at all of what I really mean, and just like magic, or the push of a button, my website will grow my business 10 fold in the matter of days. Wow, i wish i had thought of this. You guys at Headstand are brilliant.

    dwight nelson — April 1st, 2010, 1:10 PM
  4. This MUST be a joke, right???????

    Mani — April 2nd, 2010, 11:58 AM
  5. Ha ha, check the ‘excellent examples of web marketing’, hilarious! Mad flash back of ’98 styling.

    holly wise — April 7th, 2010, 1:30 PM
  6. Thanks!!! :-)))

    Roberta — July 27th, 2011, 9:04 PM


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