I'm talking about forming a new tribe . Back then, Sonia Simone from Copyblogger put my current thoughts into words . And now I would like to present you my point of view, which is tailored to the German-speaking Internet scene. If you look around a little more closely, you will quickly recognize two large tribes: the cool kids the hardcore internet marketers It seems like the two tribes couldn't be more different. And it also seems that there is not too much sympathy between the two camps. But one by one. Who are the cool kids? The cool kids are present. They are there.
They are on everyone's lips. And they have their finger on the pulse. The cool kids are primarily concerned with attention. And influence. Most spend more time updating their followers than actually doing anything. At the top are the extroverted startup founders from Berlin. You have a good university degree Israel phone number list from an elite university. They wear relatively serious business attire, often paired with athletic shoes. That makes it look more casual. Financially they are in pretty good shape. Most of the time they build "real", solid Internet companies and sell them after a few years. But the websites aren't really perfect either. There's no time for that. After all, money has to be made. In the middle are the freelancers, the self-employed and small business owners.
Financially, they're not doing badly. But not as good as the startup founders. They don't even need a lot of visitors because they are interested in the individual person (and not the page view). Unfortunately, the site isn't really perfect either. The know-how is simply missing. This also includes the many tech-savvy SEO experts . Many offer some form of consulting service and use their knowledge to run affiliate projects on the side. Especially because of the technical affinity, the SEO's unfortunately forget all other important points of a successful online business.