Physiotherapy can be a long, hard road. It takes willpower and endurance to keep at it. The mere act of keeping appointments can be grueling at times. One may feel like celebrating when it is all over; but what comes after physiotherapy? (more…)
Archive for the ‘Real Story’ Category
by TJ Philpott
Working online from home seems to be the most picture perfect scenario anyone can imagine. Earning a work from home income obviously offers it advantages but with it comes a certain mental stress that is easily overlooked until you’ve actually experience it. With the growth and success many are achieving in online marketing more people are starting a small business in their homes. Although this does allow for folks to escape the traditional ‘rat race’ as we know it, these types of businesses are still fertile grounds for work related stress. No longer ‘slaving away’ in a ‘formal’ work environment no doubt offers its attractions but work is still work. The associated tensions and anxieties still exist and need to be addressed. (more…)
by Thomas Christopher
Offering teleseminars can pay off handsomely: You can use teleseminars to attract people to join your email list. You can offer them as a benefit of your members-only web site. You can use them to pitch your products or those of a joint venture partner. You can sell admission to them. You can use the audio recordings in a variety of products. (more…)
by Jamie Munro
Before I begin with today’s article, I wanted to express a great big thank you for all the excellent feedback that I’ve received regarding “How to get indexed by Google in ONE hour”. I truly appreciate all of the nice words and it’s my pleasure to *share* with you 😉
by Matt Tuens
In the next three articles in our series on Using Copywriting for Better SEO and Marketing we will look at how content increases conversions. Each article will focus on a different aspect of improving conversion: stats, content creation, and testing new content. This first article covers the basics of stats and analytics. (more…)
by Wayne Brown
With today’s economy going to the pits, consumers’ grip on their money is getting excruciatingly tight.
That’s why you need to do everything you can to master the art and science of attracting and selling to customers. Otherwise known as marketing.
The first part of that equation is writing effective advertising material.
Today, I’m going to give you the golden key to writing effective, money-making ads, sales letters and other advertising media…
That golden key is….
A powerful, attention-getting headline.
Now what exactly is a headline? (more…)
This is a follow-up to last week’s insight. To refresh your memory, I told you the “7 Things You Must Know About Your Prospects.”
This same information is certainly important to know about your customers as well. But your customer bios should be slightly more extensive. Here are the 7 things you must know about your customers: (more…)
by Donna Gunter
If I had to begin my business again from scratch, I would look at forming strategic alliances and seeking joint ventures partners much sooner in my business growth plan. Asking a more successful business owner to help you promote your site or to form an alliance where you both benefit is one of the quickest ways to turbocharge your success, provided it’s done correctly. (more…)
Dear my friend,
Last week I wrote to you about selling benefits (or emotion selling) rather than features. I want to add to that concept. You see, in order to sell to your prospect’s emotions you should know something about them. So I put together a list of 7 things you absolutely MUST know about your prospects.
by Ross Dunn
From what I can gather RedZee should change their mascot to an animal more identified with shiftiness than a cute Zebra. Ever since I wrote “Seeing Red – Search Engine RedZee Reviewed” I have lost count how many people have either thanked me for saving them from spending money fruitlessly at RedZee or have told me they wished they saw my article before they paid for advertising there. But what brings me to mention RedZee today is an email I received from “Abe” (his name has been changed to protect his identity), a RedZee victim who is asking me to help him recoup nearly $1500 USD he spent on the search engine. Interesting, well let’s dig deeper here: (more…)