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Posted: 9/23/2010 - 1 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]

Smart Move

Posted by admin on 22 September 2010 filed in Website Optimization

 

Greetings.

 

There are so many success stories you will hear about businesses
making it good on the internet. The troubling thing is, there are
maybe a tenfold or even a hundredfold of stories contradictory to
theirs. Many have unsuccessfully launched a business enterprise that
is internet based but only a handful shall succeed.

 

Is this through luck? Unlikely. It takes good business sense and a
lot of help and team effort. Most importantly, it is the eagerness
to succeed and the determination to learn and the willingness to
invest in a lot of hard work and some money.

The Very Basics

 

Like Neo, traffic is “The One”. Without traffic, all your efforts
would just go to waste. Every business needs customers, without them
you wouldn’t have anyone to sell your products to. In the internet
world traffic is the walk-in customer. The more traffic you have the
more people you would be able to sell your products to.

But like any business that’s in every corner building or in the
mall, not everyone that goes in will buy, but the greater the number
that do come in to browse your merchandise, the greater number of
people that will buy your products. It is a simple and known fact.

 

But, how do you get traffic, traffic large enough that could make a
small percentage of eventual buyers enough to make a good profit?
Many big companies generate traffic of tens of thousands a day and a
measly ten to fifteen percent actually buys, but that small
percentage is enough to provide them with good business.

Many of these success stories get their traffic from paying others.
Yes that’s right; you have to spend money to make money. Advertising
is the key. The more people that knows that your site exists; the
more people would of course go to your site, that’s common sense.

While there are many ways that can get you advertising for free,
these do not generate the same high volume as those methods that are
paid for. These paid advertisements include advertising schemes by
Google and Yahoo.

 

The Value of Searches

 

The initial search will be the easiest and fastest medium in finding
what a person needs on the internet. Search engines have been very
popular because they provide a vital service to many people. They
are free and easy to use. With this popularity, they get many

 
visitors and clicks to the most common sites that people go to. It
is easy to understand why so many companies would pay to advertise
with these search engines.

 

Search engines provide information to the millions of users that
they have each day. They provide links to many sites that a user may
be looking for. If your sites link pop up in the high ranks of the
search results page, you get a great chance that they will go to
your site. While search engine optimization is a cheaper and low
cost way to get your site a high rank, paying for advertisements
will ensure that you will be in the top ranks.

 

When you pay for your advertisements, it is like paying for your
traffic. This may sound like not such a good idea, but the payoff
tells a different story. When you pay for your traffic, you are
guaranteed a consistent traffic flow to your site. You will never go
with an empty sales day.

 

Paying for your Traffic

 

Usually, you will be charged with the number of hits a link gets
when your ad is clicked, this is called pay per click. For some
search engines, you will be charged with the number of times your ad
shows up when a certain keyword or keyword phrase is searched. It is
imperative that you have good keyword content in your ad. There are
many tools that aid you in using the right keyword for the right
moment.

 

All the money you spend in paying for your traffic will not be for
naught. You will get an impressive boost in traffic which will also
result to a great boost in your sales figures. Paying for your
traffic would be a really good idea and you will get all the
benefits it has to offer.

 

The old addage that, “you gets what you pays for” holds very true
indeed – especially in internet marketing.

 

Talk soon.

 

Chineme

http://internetmarketingviews.com

 

PS If pay per click is not up your street, try these popularity
boosting advertising programs to skyrocket your links:

The Cash Robot
The Dragon Slayer
Traffic Anarchy
Traphic Syphon

 

This is posted from my blog at http://internetmarketingviews.com

Posted: 9/23/2010 - 1 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]

Smart Move

Posted by admin on 22 September 2010 filed in Website Optimization

 

Greetings.

 

There are so many success stories you will hear about businesses
making it good on the internet. The troubling thing is, there are
maybe a tenfold or even a hundredfold of stories contradictory to
theirs. Many have unsuccessfully launched a business enterprise that
is internet based but only a handful shall succeed.

 

Is this through luck? Unlikely. It takes good business sense and a
lot of help and team effort. Most importantly, it is the eagerness
to succeed and the determination to learn and the willingness to
invest in a lot of hard work and some money.

The Very Basics

 

Like Neo, traffic is “The One”. Without traffic, all your efforts
would just go to waste. Every business needs customers, without them
you wouldn’t have anyone to sell your products to. In the internet
world traffic is the walk-in customer. The more traffic you have the
more people you would be able to sell your products to.

But like any business that’s in every corner building or in the
mall, not everyone that goes in will buy, but the greater the number
that do come in to browse your merchandise, the greater number of
people that will buy your products. It is a simple and known fact.

 

But, how do you get traffic, traffic large enough that could make a
small percentage of eventual buyers enough to make a good profit?
Many big companies generate traffic of tens of thousands a day and a
measly ten to fifteen percent actually buys, but that small
percentage is enough to provide them with good business.

Many of these success stories get their traffic from paying others.
Yes that’s right; you have to spend money to make money. Advertising
is the key. The more people that knows that your site exists; the
more people would of course go to your site, that’s common sense.

While there are many ways that can get you advertising for free,
these do not generate the same high volume as those methods that are
paid for. These paid advertisements include advertising schemes by
Google and Yahoo.

 

The Value of Searches

 

The initial search will be the easiest and fastest medium in finding
what a person needs on the internet. Search engines have been very
popular because they provide a vital service to many people. They
are free and easy to use. With this popularity, they get many

 
visitors and clicks to the most common sites that people go to. It
is easy to understand why so many companies would pay to advertise
with these search engines.

 

Search engines provide information to the millions of users that
they have each day. They provide links to many sites that a user may
be looking for. If your sites link pop up in the high ranks of the
search results page, you get a great chance that they will go to
your site. While search engine optimization is a cheaper and low
cost way to get your site a high rank, paying for advertisements
will ensure that you will be in the top ranks.

 

When you pay for your advertisements, it is like paying for your
traffic. This may sound like not such a good idea, but the payoff
tells a different story. When you pay for your traffic, you are
guaranteed a consistent traffic flow to your site. You will never go
with an empty sales day.

 

Paying for your Traffic

 

Usually, you will be charged with the number of hits a link gets
when your ad is clicked, this is called pay per click. For some
search engines, you will be charged with the number of times your ad
shows up when a certain keyword or keyword phrase is searched. It is
imperative that you have good keyword content in your ad. There are
many tools that aid you in using the right keyword for the right
moment.

 

All the money you spend in paying for your traffic will not be for
naught. You will get an impressive boost in traffic which will also
result to a great boost in your sales figures. Paying for your
traffic would be a really good idea and you will get all the
benefits it has to offer.

 

The old addage that, “you gets what you pays for” holds very true
indeed – especially in internet marketing.

 

Talk soon.

 

Chineme

http://internetmarketingviews.com

 

PS If pay per click is not up your street, try these popularity
boosting advertising programs to skyrocket your links:

The Cash Robot
The Dragon Slayer
Traffic Anarchy
Traphic Syphon

 

This is posted from my blog at http://internetmarketingviews.com

Posted: 8/17/2010 - 1 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]

Greetings.

 

Today I'm looking at two ingenious programs that are still in prelaunch

and threaten to take online advertising to another level.  They both work

on the concept of automation of our advertising efforts and, for what they

are said to accomplish, are very reasonably priced indeed.


The Evolution of the Extreme Robotic Cash Dragons?!

 

One is Extreme Cash Robot, an "Automated Internet Marketing Machine"

(ECR), by Max Stiegemeier.  The other, The Dragon Killers, "The Most

Powerful Money Making Website on Earth" (TDK), by Paul Darby.

They both charge an initial fee and then monthly subscriptions - but ONLY

after launch!  For those joining prior to launch, all future monthly installments

will be waived.  This is a fantastic incentive for marketers who can make a

decision and act on it quickly.  But what do we get for the initial fee?

ECR is a new automated advertising robot that advertises ANY website
on 100% autopilot, 24 hours a day, and pays recurring $150 commissions

to affiliates.  It now costs $298.

 

The Robot joins social media sites, writes articles, contributes to
blog posts etc, etc, etc - all on behalf of members' websites!  And there's a

promise of free membership to Max's $1000 program for those who activate

their Robots prior to the launch date.

 

TDK is a very powerful marketing, relationship, JV, list building and selling

center that will show your stuff in every person's website that you refer, that

the company refers to you and that the advertising campaigns sign up for

you.  Therefore, you profit from alot more than just your own efforts.

 

TDK is a fully automatic system, easy to set up (even for a techno-novice

like me);  there's a one time fee of $197 and you own it (the monthly fees

are avoided if upgraded before launch)!  It pays recurring $100 commissions

to your personal account from your own payment button on your site.  It has a

downline builder, a JV marketer, a three million targeted email solo with your

link in a rotator!

 

The Verdicts?

 

I consider that everyone with a website should want to get their hands on these

magnificent creations and so both programs will virtually sell themselves in true

robotic fashion!

 

All powerful stuff, I'd say.  Online marketing is certainly getting more exciting!

 

Talk soon.

 

Chineme
http://internetmarketingviews.com

Posted: 7/17/2010 - 7 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]

The Phenomenon of the Freebie


Greetings.


Today I'm making some observations on an interesting feature of internet/affiliate

marketing (or a strata of internet marketers) regarding the ideology behind signing

up for free stuff to the exclusion of all else.  This is what I call The Phenomenon of

the Freebie.


It appears that many people who are trying to make a decent income from working

on the internet will only get involved with a program so long as it's free.  We all love

to get something for nothing but it's very important to ensure that anything we obtain

has some value - be it free or paid for.


Online marketing is no different to offline marketing in that in order to be successful,

people need to know about one's product or service and therefore one needs to market

effectively via various means including advertising, blogs, social media etc etc.


Therefore, it is rarely the case that one can have a successful business online without

spending some money!  I know of many people who join affiliate programs or advertising

sites but neglect to upgrade or activate their membership due, it appears, to there being

a cost involved.  Therefore, they struggle to make their enterprises work for them because

they have not invested the necessary funds in order to ensure some degree of success.


Even worse, some excellent training programs are overlooked simply because the ones

investing their time and expertise to teach others are asking for a fee for the privilege. 

Again, in the offline world, although one may find some good training programs for no

charge, it really is a matter of getting what one pays for.


To be successful on the net it takes dilligence, discipline and an investment of time and

money.  Advertising is essential and one needs to go beyond the freebie to have any real

impact.


Who was it that said, "Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell and advertise!"?  This is

so true.  Again, one gets what one pays for so do not be dismayed if you opt only for free

advertising sources and fail to reach any level of success.  Paid advertising generally

targets other marketers  who have proved their seriousness by putting their hands in

their pockets.  In order to reach those  hungry buyers, one also has to become one of

them.


Also, if one is aiming to build a team, team members will emulate what you do.  If you

upgrade, they are more likely to upgrade.  If you remain a free member, so will they. 

This means stagnation and no natural flow of money.  This means death to your business!


Sure, grab whatever freebies you can but ensure you're not wasting your time.  Ensure they

offer some value.  Otherwise, pay that upgrade fee and begin to take your business to the

next level.

 

=================================

 

I referred to marketing using various methods such as advertising, blogs, social media etc. 

There are some excellent sites emerging which target all of these areas and even have very

generous affiliate programs. To name but two:


Sokule - "Not your grandmother's social networking site."


Aaachoo! - "Can't stop once you start."


Check them out.  You can certainly join free but the real benefits for you and your business

are found in upgrading!


Talk soon.


Chineme


[Taken from my blog post at The Phenomenon of the Freebie]

Posted: 7/17/2010 - 0 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]
Category: Social Media

The Online YOU – the relevance of Social Media in Internet Marketing


Greetings.


I came across a very interesting article about the art and business of crafting your online self 

by Tara Gentle and I began to think about this very concept in terms of marketing your business

online.


You have no doubt heard the mantra that people buy from those whom they trust, so how can

you possibly trust someone whom you've never met and who could live on the other side of the

world?


In Tara's words, "how do you communicate the “essence of you” to people who’ve never met you

before?"  I believe that this question is even more important when you're asking people to part

with their money for something that you are offering online.


So, how do you communicate the "essence of you" so that you will be trusted enough for relative

strangers to do business with you over the internet?


Why, through social media of course.  There are more and more social media sites appearing

across the net which devote a large part of themselves to business networking online.


Even Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, MySpace and many other 'social' networking sites have

recognised that business people are a very important aspect of their online presence these days.

But there are sites that now go further and devote themselves almost exclusively to business

professionals who want to meet and do business with other business professionals.  However,

the above mantra will still apply in human relationships - people generally tend to do business

with others that they feel that they know and trust.


With that in mind, these business networking sites focus more on the background - both personal

and professional - of their members and usually have some sort of rating system whereby

members can rate other members on the quality of their prior business dealings and general

interactions.


This sort of rating helps to shorten the learning curve for busy marketers whom have little time to

make any in depth background checks on online entrepreneurs other than the good old 'Google

search'.


Quite apart from the quality of the products and services being offered, people want to know whether

or not potential business partners are 'nice' people or 'good eggs'.  After all, who wants to do

business with rougues or scoundrels?


This is precisely why "The Online You" is a crucial factor in internet marketing and why you must

portray yourself effectively and extensively across the net using social media and, more relevantly,

business networking sites.


They are geared towards business professionals and they even combine  affiliate programs and

referral bonuses for members to add to their business arsenals.


These business networking sites are many and varied but there are a few new kids on the block

that I've written about before that I believe are going to be taking the online business world by storm. 


Ending with some more of Tara's thoughtful post:


"you know me as the words i write, the information i share, and the people i introduce you to. i am

all those things, put together, and examined.

but i am nothing without relationships

if its not for you, the people who i work hard to cultivate relationships with, i am nothing."


Quite so.


Talk soon.


Chineme


[Adapted from my blog post at The Online You]

 


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