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Social Networking Basics & Etiquette
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MyPage: Robert MesaIf one wants to improve his or her position in network marketing or any business, social networking is one of the keys to…Continue

Tags: etiquette, basics, tips

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bipin Patel Jun 17, 2009.

Is Failure an Option - Yes or No?
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Recently I receive an email from a member of this network who sought out my advise with regards to why her online business was not working out as expected. This person went on to say they had done…Continue

Tags: Marketing, Tips, Management, Business, Options

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Christian Feb 11, 2009.

The BIG 3 Social Networking Components
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Social networking is the grouping of individuals into specific groups, like small rural communities or a neighborhood subdivision, if you will. Why network? It is the most powerful way to build…Continue

Tags: Influence, Etiquette, Relationships, Viral, Networking

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Mesa May 27, 2010.

At what age were you when life appeared most difficult?
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At what age were you when life appeared most difficult?For me it was age: 5. Kindergarden sucked. I had to eat stale crackers and sleep on the floor. I got over it, after that life experiences have…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Mesa Dec 15, 2009.

Do Featured Blogs increase the quality of content?
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Over the years I've subscribed to and un-subscribed to many Social Networking communities. The main reasons for un-subscribing are obvious, and in this order.1.) To much SPAM & Abuse2.) Bad…Continue

Tags: Networking, Etiquette, Social, Blog, Featured

Started this discussion. Last reply by Area Light Explorer May 25, 2009.

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Profile Information

Where do you live?
Silicon Valley, USA
What best classifies you or your business?
Internet
Website Address:
http://www.siliconpost.com
What industry is your business in?
Web Development

The One Stop Internet Shop

Do you have a website? Plan on building one? Or just want to talk shop? SiliconPost is "The One Stop Internet Shop". We provide numerous products, services and love to talk shop. I also own and operate SemSeo Pages, a Search Engine Marketing and Optimization Portal. My name is Robert Mesa. I've been a software development engineer and in the IT business space for about 15+ years. I am looking forward to networking with the Sta.rtUp.Biz community, so please drop by SiliconPost or SemSeoPages and or post your comments here.

Continued Success,
Robert Mesa
SiliconPost.Com

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Robert Mesa's Blog

The BIG 3 Social Networking Components

Social networking is the grouping of individuals into specific groups, like small rural communities or a neighborhood subdivision, if you will. Why network? It is the most powerful way to build professional relationships, actively foster contacts and disseminate information. The key word is relationship building. The BIG 3 components in social networking, in no particular order are, relationship building, building your circle of influence, and viral marketing.



Relationship… Continue

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 1:37am — 4 Comments

What Powers Your Circle of Influence

I recently read a book "The Power of Inner Choice" by Mary Allen, and would like to share the following excerpts.



As human beings, our lives are shaped and influenced by a myriad of factors, and relationships is at the top of the list. Think about how much of "who you are today" was influenced by a specific parent, sibling, relative, teacher, coach, neighbor, author, speaker, boss, co-worker, spouse or friend. Values, habits, behavior,… Continue

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 12:59am — 2 Comments

Elements of a Viral Marketing Strategy

Accept this fact. Some viral marketing strategies work better than others, and few work as well as the simple Hotmail.com strategy. But below are the six basic elements you hope to include in your strategy. A viral marketing strategy need not contain ALL these elements, but the more elements it embraces, the more powerful the results are likely to be. An effective viral marketing strategy:



1.) Gives away products or services

2.) Provides for effortless transfer to… Continue

Posted on November 30, 2008 at 11:59pm — 6 Comments

Impress with Good Website Design

Any chef will tell you, "you eat with your eyes first". To a chef, presentation is as important as consuming the meal itself. That said, it could be argued, seeing is your first impressions of everyday life. So the question is what impression do you want to leave your visitor's when it comes to your web design & presentation?



The state of your website (design & presentation) will form a picture in the visitors mind, of what your business might be like. If that picture is… Continue

Posted on August 19, 2008 at 1:34am

Digg Your Way To The Top

Are you looking for a way to get your articles noticed, and drive heavy traffic to your web page?



First consider this. The Internet hosts a wealth of information that no single person could possibly tackle in a lifetime. It would take an army to dig through the mounds of news reports and whittle the field to a manageable size, and then another army to pick and chose from that field the bits of information the average Web-savvy Joe might find interesting.



Well there is such… Continue

Posted on August 13, 2008 at 4:53pm — 1 Comment

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Robert Mesa and Doug Beabout are now friends
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Dec 26, 2010
Robert Mesa left a comment for Doug Spitzer
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Dec 25, 2010

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At 1:50pm on April 7, 2010, Jody Stagg said…
Thanks Robert, looking forward to the connection.
At 9:16am on February 8, 2010, Jan Tallent said…
hi, Robert, thanks for the welcome, it is nice to *meet* you.
At 6:40pm on February 7, 2010, Paul Ogbonna said…
Thanks Robert.
At 6:58pm on December 28, 2009, cosaundra chapple said…
At 10:20am on December 24, 2009, Danielle Douglas said…
Hi Robert,

Thank you so much for the introduction. I just "friended" you. Have a wonderful holiday and Happy New Year.
At 4:59pm on June 2, 2009, Kelly Manu said…
Thanks for the Welcome and links.

Blessings to You!
At 3:10pm on May 2, 2009, Deb Hawken said…
Thank you Robert. I'm currently working on my website so your message was interesting.

Regards

Deb
At 11:33am on May 1, 2009, Kyla Westfall said…
Building a nice looking website is ideal, but it doesn't drive traffic to that site. What do you do to drive traffic to websites and how much does that cost per month?
At 6:45pm on April 28, 2009, Roswitha Gerhart said…
Hello Mr. Mesa,
Thank you for your welcoming message at my page.It helped me a great deal to get started at sta.rtup.biz.
Thank you again and I am very much looking forward to communicate over this platform.
With best regards,
Roswitha Gerhart
At 9:32am on April 28, 2009, Trinity Ann McLeod Clark said…
Hi Robert,
You have some interesting posts here. I have been computer iliterate since I was forced to use quicken for my bridal shop back in 94. Things never seemed to get any better because of my perception of computers was a fast delivery system for mail---lol--and to play solitaire. Eventually I learned to use it to look of information that I was too lazy to sit at the public library to get until I learned I couold write articles for a company ( Ghost writer) and get paid via the internet. Wow---two years later and after paying big bucks to end up with nothing---I have mangaed to build my own 60 plus web site and a few side sites. That was a big accomplishment for me---being the bridal designer---sewing and raising kids while running a brick and mortor business. so How am I doing? Haven't a clue----I am just doing. What stands out about you to me---is your ability to connect to people without prying their mouth open to shove your business down their throat. Your articles are superb---I was impressed. You have a wonderful day---Trinity
 
 
 

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