Archive for March, 2009

7 Things You Must Know About Your Custumers

Monday, March 30th, 2009

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…)

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…)

Joint Ventures: The 4 Secret Questions You MUST Answer Before Seeking Joint Venture Partners

Sunday, March 29th, 2009

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…)

Get Your Article Published: 5 Popular Reasons Why Articles Are Declined (And How To Fix Them!)

Sunday, March 29th, 2009

by Steve Shaw

Article marketing is a great way to drive traffic to your website and establish yourself as an expert in your niche. Anyone can do it–all you have to do is write educational articles on the topic of your specialty and then submit them consistently. (more…)

7 things You Must Know About Your Prospect

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

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.

RedZee Complaints Pile Up – Read This Before Using Redzee!

Friday, March 20th, 2009

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…)

How To Choose The Right Web Hosting Plan For Your Business

Friday, March 20th, 2009

by Jeremy Gislason

Any business, whether they’re brick and mortar establishment or an online business, needs a website. A website needs a host. A web host stores all the pages of your website and makes them available to computers connected to the Internet. Like most internet services, there are a lot of options. Web hosting is no different. When it comes to choosing a web host, you have two basic options, do it yourself or choose a hosting plan.

5 Reasons Why You Should Turn Your Articles Into An E-Book

Friday, March 20th, 2009

by Steve Shaw
Posted on March 19, 2009

There’s no way to get around it–marketing a website means creating content on a continual basis.

It can be content for articles in article marketing, blog content, a Squidoo lens you’re creating, ezine content, or any of the other limitless types of marketing content designed to drive traffic to your website. (more…)

Blogs, WordPress and Google

Monday, March 16th, 2009

by Scott Van Achte

It’s no secret that a continually updated website with new content being added regularly stands a good chance of doing well in Google. One of the long standing methods to regularly expand a site’s content is through the use of a blog.

While there are numerous platforms to choose from for managing a blog, few can compare with the immense flexibility offered with WordPress, and at a cost of free, the price can’t be beat either. (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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