I need your help. Actually, other Marketing Pilgrim readers need your help.
I’ve noticed more visitors leaving questions on posts that have long since retired to the archives. Not wanting to let them live out the rest of their lives in obscurity, I thought I’d test shining a spotlight on them.
So, I’m going to keep my eye on any interesting questions posted in our comments and highlight them in new posts.
Kicking-off this experiment comes a question from Demetrius…
Anyone have any tips on how to best use del.icio.us to help promote one’s websites? I have recently signed up, added a few friends, and am trying to add interesting, useful sites before I add my own (which I’ll do when I’m finished with my first set of tutorials). My sense is that it may be wise to make some of the more â€œpopularâ€ del.icio.us members my friends, but for now I’ve stuck solely to people who are related to my industry. What do other people think? Any good tips out there?
So, what advice can you share with Demetrius? The MP Comment Clinic is open, leave your advice in the comments of this post.