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Psychology definitions written in plain English without all the confusing psychology jargon.
Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

Is it just me or do you see Jungian archetypes all over Internet marketing? This is my post to my friend Doug Kaufman's very well done psychology glossary. Glossaries, as he is proving, are amazing SEO food. 

FAVOR for Marty
My favor is to take a look at AlleyDog.com's glossary (this post links to the Carl Jung page) and comment on some of Doug's terms. I ask this favor because Doug is sure no one cares enough to comment.

I've learned the hard way there are some tricky parts to comments including:

* NO ONE comments when other comments are present.
* Comments need to be supported by social recognition.

* Comments tend to go drip, drip, drip, flood, so please help AlleyDog.com get to the flood stage.

Appreciate it and you have an open chit with me. You may use that chit to have me write something you need or want. I support my posts with social (as I bet everyone who knows me already knows LOL), so help Doug and AlleyDog.com and I will return the favor. .

Thanks, Marty  

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How To Become A Social Business - Marty Talks To AlleyDog.com's Founder

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Marty's fist Free Internet Marketing Consulting Office Friday discussed how to become a social business with Alleydog.com.
Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

Realized a couple of things today about social process, about how to start small and build. Not the way I would do it, I'm all in, but all in freaks people out.


Testing and pilot programs allow the perception of incremental acceptance. Which would you rather do? Jump into a cold lake or ease your way into it? I'm a jumper but respect people who must ease in too (don't understand, but have empathy for LOL).

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