Should you eliminate social media icons from your website?

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Alright, so this one is gonna cause some controversy, but let me
tell you…proof is in the pudding.

Should you get rid of the social media icons on your website?

And by “social media icons” I DON’T (let me say that again DON’T)
mean icons to help share your content (i.e. share this on Twitter,
like it on Facebook, etc.).

What I mean is once peeps have come to your site, encouraging them
to (for example):
-Follow you on Twitter
-Circle you up on Google +
-Friend/Like on Facebook

About a year ago, my buddy Derek Halpern told me to get rid of all
those encouraging statements to send folks to social media sites
and instead focus on building my email list and eliminate them.

I was scared to death to do it. I kept making excuses.

Then, I thought to myself…what the heck. I’ll give it a shot.

So…what happened?


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