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  1. Hi, newbie here

    Hi guys, I recently joined here in the forum. We at Dow group, we have been in business for more than 10 years. If you could help me to discuss more about entrepreneurship and digital marketing that would be great
  2. I have an education website that I have build the last 5 months. I have really tried to add a lot of content and free lessons for teachers and educators. I feel like I have worked hours and hours and I am only seeing 30 - 50 visits a day and that is only if I am sending out 15 or so tweets, 5-6 Google plus posts. I guess I feel like I may feel like I am over posting the same things, no one has complained but I'm not sure if i'm going about it the best way. I am just looking for any advice on the best practices for getting traffic. I hear somewhere that it takes a good 8 months for you to really get a webpage going. Do I just need to be persistent? Or do I need to work on using the social media better.