October 29th is Internet Day ~ Did you know that today was the day the Internet was created? Well, it was! In 1969 the first connection on what would become known as the Internet was made between computers at UCLA and the Stanford Research Institute.
Here are some things you could do:
Have a virtual “Open House” page designed. Give away prizes and run Web specials. Invite everyone you know and encourage them to tell their friends. Advertise the Open House in the newspaper. Or how about sending an email greeting to someone (or someone’s) you have not chatted with in a while?
Comment on your favorite Blogs. Bloggers love to know you are reading them and more important that what they say has value. When you comment on other blogs, it sets a chain reaction in motion. It is called relationship building. In fact, you could start by sharing your thoughts on this one.
Here’s a great idea from my good friend Shannon Cherry from Cherry Communications: Pledge to support the Communication Shutdown on November 1 where you shut down your social media for a day. I’m doing it and giving away a free month of Penny Pinching Publicity if you join me. Find out how at my blog at The Power Publicist