How to get off the wheel of internet marketing


“When you’re done with your next product launch, can we have a nibble together?”
Reader, do you ever get the feeling that you are doing the same thing, but not seeing results? There’s  a story of a man who was in a prison camp, and he kept turning a crank that was attached to the wall. His captors told him that it was his job to grind wheat, and that if he did it long enough and hard enough, he’d eventually earn his release. After the war, his emancipation came. His rescuers took him to the other side of the cell and there he saw it….the crank had NOTHING attached to it. His whole time in captivity, all of his labor was for nothing. Nothing! The man was very disheartened to realize that all of his labor had been in vain. But had it? Do you think that having something to do helped him to cope? I do. And a lot of you are like that too. You spend hours working on dead end tasks, checking likes, and gaining followers, and it feels good. But at the end of the day, you need to ask yourself: What’s on the other side? All internet marketers need to ask themselves this question: Is what I’m doing making me any money. Will it eventually be making money And if so, when. You desperately need the answers to these question. Otherwise, you are turning a dead crank.

When is FREE a bad thing


So many websites on the internet offer “freebies”. Free downloads, free gift offers, even free vacations.
When you sign up for something free, there is (almost) always a trade off.
Here’s a list of some of these freebies, and their reason for being free.

1. Free Samples.

We’ve all sampled free food at grocery stores with little to no “catch”.  But on the internet, or at trade shows, there is usually something they want in return.

Many places will want you to sign up for a free sample and most of the time, they will indeed send you something free. But along with that free certificate or voucher comes a catch: your information gets sold to third parties who will send you offers that you may, or may not want.

2. Free insurance quote.

 

Steer clear…if you really want a quote, you would do better to call several of the major insurance claim companies, unless you want insurance agents from EVERYWHERE calling you day and night.

3. Free email.

We all know about this, but what most of you don’t know is that many free email accounts have a clause in their “Privacy” (hmmph!) policy, that says they can show your emails to anyone they choose. It’s usually marketers who don’t know you personally and use your information for market research purposes. Harmless, probably unless you just happen to be one of those people who think that your personal emails should be… well,…personal

4. Free information.

This can be good or it can be a nightmare. Most people who send you free information are hoping to keep you “in their loop “ so that you will return to their website and think about buying their product. Of course, there is no guarantee that you will ever visit their website every again, once you get that free download; but they hope you will.

Well, that’s the innocent side. But the very, very invasive side to free information are the people who shamelessly sell your email address to third party vendors who flood your email with unsolicited offers.

It is illegal for anyone to sell your information without your permission, unless they specifically state in their “terms of service” or “privacy policy” that they may do just that. So read the fine print.

Do you have any crazy stories about not really free samples? Would love to hear your story or comments

Internet marketing made easy


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Did you ever wonder why internet marketing seemed so hard? It really shouldn’t be, but everyone seems to think that it’s some mysterious process that only a few elite have knowledge of.

Actually, quite a few people know about internet marketing, and even have quite a lot of knowledge about quite a lot of marketing techniques.

So how come no one seems to be making money?

Well, actually, some people are, but it doesn’t seem like most internet marketers are making a lot of money.

Are you? It could be that you don’t have a plan.

That’s right. Many internet marketers do not have an actionable marketing plan for promoting their product.

In my internet marketing course, I show you how to take all of the knowledge you’ve been collecting about

Blogs

Article marketing

FaceBook

Lead Generation

Website design

And I show you how to put it all together, step by step, to make a profitable marketing plan that works!

Aren’t you tired of wondering what the next step is? Get some real help today.

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Internet Marketing Plan (what’s yours?)


Are you tired of spinning your wheels with internet marketing?

Do you find yourself jumping from one project to the next, with no game plan or purpose?

How long has it been since you made the kind of money you know that you deserve?

These questions should help you know one crucial thing:

DO YOU HAVE A MARKETING PLAN?

When you have a marketing plan, you have a road map that you are sure will get you to where you are going.

But most marketers have no idea whatsoever if they are even on the right track!

Aren’t you tired of throwing new marketing gimmicks at the wall? If few of your tactics are working, it’s time for a real plan.

You’ll find it here.

Positioning Yourself for Greatness


If you want to be successful selling in your internet marketing business, there are some basic steps to follow

Choose the Right Product.

Maybe you love pickled herring for a snack each night. That doesn’t mean everyone else does. Choose a product that has enough potential customers for you to make a profit.

Sell to the right market.

Just because you drive a harley and like quilting doesn’t mean tha you are the typical consumer. Find out where your average prospect hangs out and meet them there.

Branding

Shakespeare was wrong. A good name is everything! Make sure that your company name is relevant, meaningful, and memorable.

Size up the competition.

If you want to sell books online, you most likely will be eaten alive by Amazon. Make sure the market is not saturated. Once you pick the right market, find out what your competitors are up to. Price your product accordingly.

Write good content.

All of the internet runs on information. Your customers go online to find information about what you are selling, not just to find out where to buy it. The more informative you can be, the better. So write some good articles and post them on your website.

Promote your content.

If you can afford it, get one of your competitors to post an article of yours on their website, with a link back to yours (I cover other promotional strategies in my internet marketing program).

Buy the best advertising you can afford

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