Archive for the ‘Advertising’ Category

The New Guide To SEO

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Learn in this new guide how to get rankings and hordes of high quality traffic with SEO.

Although often thought to be complicated, SEO is one of the easiest ways to get tons of high quality traffic to your website

SEO is alive and well, and if you do things right, SEO can generate some of the best traffic you?ll ever see if you know what you?re doing, you can get a lot of traffic fast WHILE you sleep. (more…)

Does Your Copy Ignore Your Visitors?

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

by Karon Thackston
Posted on November 2, 2009

Sometimes choosing which company to buy from is about like deciding which brand of canned peas is the best. To make matters worse, the copy on most websites doesn’t offer any help.

There are three major offenders in copywriting that I see constantly on the Internet. The first is generic copy that offers no specific differentiation points � in other words, reasons why the visitor should choose you instead of the thousands of other sites that are just a click away. The second is overused fluff copy that has no substance. And the third? Using company-focused copy (“we” and “us”) instead of customer-focused (“you” and “your”). It’s the third offender I want to address in this article. (more…)

12 Ways to Market with Twitter

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

by Ron Knight

Twitter is a wildly popular microblogging service. It involves writing Tweets, which are short updates of a maximum of 140 characters that tell your followers what you are up to. Although your Tweets are technically supposed to answer the question, “What are you doing?” Twitter has moved far beyond that. Tweets are used to share stories, link to photos, promote content, break news, and a whole lot more. Twitter has also become an incredibly important tool for social media marketing professionals. Here are 12 ways in which Twitter can be used in your social media marketing campaign. (more…)

How Much is Too Much? Social Networking and Your Business

Monday, September 21st, 2009

by Aaron Herman

There has been a huge buzz surrounding the advantages of using social networking websites to promote your home business. Websites like Twitter and Facebook have been hailed as the latest, greatest way to gain more traffic to your website, and promote business programs that you are involved with. But, did you know that there are ways that social networking can harm your efforts at running a successful business? That’s what this article is all about. Hopefully, many readers will already realize the importance of this, and will have taken action to avoid having social networking harm their business efforts. For those readers that think I must be off my rocker, this is a must read! (more…)

7 Tips To Find The Perfect Market And Products For Your Membership Site

Monday, September 21st, 2009

by Jeremy Gislason

So you’re planning to create a membership site; but you have no idea how and where to begin. Well, don’t worry! In this article, I’ll show you how to find the ideal market or niche to venture into, and create products that will satisfy your members… all while exploding your membership site profits. (more…)

5 Rules Your SaaS Website Should Follow to Avoid Claims For False Advertising

Friday, August 7th, 2009

by Chip Cooper

Many Internet entrepreneurs are lulled into sleep regarding potential liability for false advertising on their websites. They don’t serve banner ads or engage in pay-per-click advertising – and because of this, they incorrectly believe they are exempt from rules regarding false advertising. Nothing could be more incorrect – and more dangerous in terms of exposure to legal liability. (more…)

The New Marketing Research Tool – Twitter

Friday, July 31st, 2009

by TJ Philpott

Conducting marketing research is very important for any business. The key to success of any online business is the profitability of the niche market you select. First and foremost though should be the determination of market demand. Without the demand the probability of generating any profit is zip. With that said our consideration will turn to a relatively new way to conduct market research that will enable you to uncover those niche markets with plenty demand and profit potential. (more…)

7 Strategies to Finding Your Target Market on Twitter

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

by Donna Gunter

Social networking using Twitter seems to be the most popular way to connect today, from celebrity Ashton Kutcher’s challenge to Oprah to reach one million friends first (Ashton won) to a U.S. State Department official contacting the co-founder of Twitter to delay upgrading the Twitter system so as not to interrupt election dialogue in Iran. More and more news agencies are using Twitter to keep their audience up-to-date, and local businesses are also jumping on the Twitter bandwagon as an immediate way to connect with their customers, as well. (more…)

Video Marketing – 8 Proven Tips to Boost Your Sales Using Video Marketing

Sunday, March 29th, 2009

by Jeremy Gislason

Video marketing is now one of the most effective internet marketing strategies to apply. In today’s modern world, most people are busy and have short attention spans.

With all sorts of ads vying for their attention, you need something to capture their interest and engage as much of their senses. Videos are very powerful because they engage the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic senses. (more…)

How to Tell If Facebook Is Worthwhile For Your Business or a Waste of Time

Monday, March 16th, 2009

by Tinu AbayomiPaul

Social media is here to stay. There. I said it. It will be around in some form for years to come. Do you really see Facebook, Twitter and Web videos going somewhere?

Or do you just see them evolving and becoming part of a larger system the same way business blogs did? Great. Then we can start figuring out how to use social media to our benefit.

Now that we’re past this issue of whether we are in love with MySpace, LinkedIn, Facebook, Ning, etc., and we realize that we’re focusing on whether these tools are useful or not, (not on whether or not they give us the warm fuzzies), there’s still a fundamental question. This goes for whether you’re using Facebook pages, Facebook ads, or a regular Facebook profile. (more…)

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