The question train – this one stops at SEO central

The question train…where will your train stop?

If you have a question related to Internet marketing or SEO or social media or any related stuff, then drop me an email to watts underscore rob at hotmail dot com, and I’ll do my best to answer it.

Please don’t ask me questions in the comments. Email only please.
The type of questions I’m looking for are those that can be used to flesh out a full post.

Those that require a little bit more than a yes or no type answer 🙂

Maybe a good FAQ will be an outcome, maybe it’ll just stimulate an interesting post or debate even.

Make your own question train get your readers talking 

Why not make your own little question train?

We all have our  specialisms and areas of expertise, why not ask your readers to ask you stuff too?

David could invite people to ask him questions related to Graphic Design, Robyn could get people to ask her questions related to the mind, Meg could get people to ask her about some of the great sites she has built or how to be a good blogger, Jason could get people to ask him questions about raising funding for new ventures, Darren could get people to ask him how to make money online, Andy could get people to ask him question about blogging and niche marketing, Shoemoney could get people to ask him questions about affiliate marketing,  Shane on Business ideas,  Mike about tips on drawing cartoons , Lyndon could answer questions on Linkbait , Liz could answer questions on good communication and successful blogging …

The list is endless really, we all have our strengths, you know your own far better than I. Share your knowledge, reach out to others, you might just be surprised at how they respond.

Rob Watts
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Posted on: 14th July 2007, by : Rob Watts

11 thoughts on “The question train – this one stops at SEO central

  1. Shucks, thanks for the great anchor text 😉

    Ironically, I just wrote a post about SEO. Damn, you could have saved me a few hours work, mind you I didn’t really answer my question….

  2. Rob, I so agree that questions would be a great way to generate posts. After all, a great question deserves the time and effort of a really good answer in a post. 😉

  3. Good morning Robyn 🙂

    Well, that’s the plan! – We all need a little help with our creative juices every once in a while – we all have something to offer too, inviting people to ask us stuff is as you rightly point out, a great way of helping the process. The way i see it is in most cases people might be inclined to go that extra 9 yds too, simply because its a little more personalised.

  4. Hey Rob,

    That’s always a great way to get some 360 feedback. I was reading this and thinking it might be smart to promote that with a link to the contact page in the sidebar that says “Ask me a question about [blank]”.

  5. @ Shane – Gr8 minds think alike Shane, I was thinking of doing the very same thing

    @ Comedy Magic – Agreed

    p.s I delinked your url from your post. Were you aware that you home page is full of invisible text?

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