12. Write a post for each one of your competitors, comparing it to your product. This should attract search engine traffic looking for reviews of your competition (Sneaky, right?)
13. Launch your own topic at Scoop.it and place your website into your topic page.
14. Search for blogs using your most relevant keywords. Leave posts on those blogs linking back to your site.
15. Have infographics created that are highly relevant to your business, and then share them on free distribution sites such as Pinterest and Visual.ly.
16. Ask your existing users to help you by promoting your company or giving referrals.
17. Get your business featured on blogs and websites by showing specifically how it can help their readers. Offer the site owner an affiliate commission for each person who joins your list from the post and/or for each person who buys your product. This works especially well outside of the IM niche.
18. Guest post. A lot. Read up on how to guest post and become an expert at it. Entire businesses have been built from scratch to six or seven figures through guest posting alone.
19. Find newsletters that focus on startups – such as StartUp Digest – and get featured there.
20. Use a tool such as Majestic to discover who links to your competitors. Then reach out to those websites and ask for links.
21. Submit presentations to Slideshare.
22. Run a free giveaway or deal on social media to get your target audience to follow you.
33. Write roundup posts – pick the 30 or so experts you would most like to mention you, your product or company. Ask each one to answer a super relevant question, then post all those answers in an article with a link back to each expert’s site. Let them know the article is live, and some of them will link to it from their sites or from social media.
Just a few of these, done properly, should see your new business growing fast and strong. Do them all and you will be an unstoppable powerhouse.