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Why Did You Join Your Online Business? Was it to Earn Money? READ THIS!
Why did you join your online business.
Was it only to earn money?
People who you contact will quickly discover that too!!
Building a team is critical in succeeding in your online business.
If your only motive is to earn money and product really does not matter,
that too will quickly become known.
You can at that moment, recognize and accept, for…Continue
Added by Rickey on January 8, 2013 at 9:22am — No Comments
This is my new Marketing blog, I want my blog to be a place for newbies and online vets alike to be able to visit and see the latest in all areas of affiliates and Marketing tips, tools and programs.
I see many Marketing blogs online which are similar to mine but I have a twist, my twist is that I either use or am about to use all the products on my site. No longer will you see any so-called unbiased reviews. Mine will be real because I actually use…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on November 18, 2012 at 8:43am — No Comments
I've seen it a hundred times and its been my experience that business launch hype always dies down, in the beginning you see rockets launching, fireworks blazing, everyone's excited and for some businesses that's a good thing but unfortunately for others, it can be the kiss of death. Below are a few points we may want to take into consideration:
. What is Hype? Hype is nothing more than excitement and expectations of better things to come, all hype dies down…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on November 16, 2012 at 1:35am — No Comments
Go Take A NAP
Ya you heard me, go take a nap!
Seems that marketers all over the place are trying to connect with customers and prospects. Social, web, mobile, email, direct mail, phone. Go take a nap.
NAP is nothing less than Name, Address and phone number.
If you’re into social media marketing you want the 3 F words working for you (friends, family, fans), lots of them. But to take it to the next level you want to take a NAP with them.
This kind of central…Continue
Added by Howard Larson on November 2, 2012 at 12:33am — No Comments
This is my new Go Fun Places Blog, I want this blog to be a place people can come to and find travel deals, our new auction deals and our new shopping mall. Go Fun Places or Go Fun Rewards is in a soft pre-launch at the moment and are working out all the kinks that most start ups encounter. We want to launch the right way.
My Go Fun Places blog will not be spammy but a place that you'll find all sorts of leisure information, I want this blog to be more…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on October 31, 2012 at 2:13am — No Comments
Multipure celebrates 30 years
This season, Multipure will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their multilevel marketing program by hosting its Celebrate 30 (C30) convention in Vegas, Nevada. From November 2 through November 4, 2012, C30 will offer you a range of festivities, presentations, training workshops, dinners, and dances to the participants.
Multipure started its Independent Distributor enter in 1982, 12 years after its…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on August 27, 2012 at 4:03am — No Comments
When you buy any item from our online store(s) a portion of the proceeds will go to charity. At the end of every month we will donate the money earned to charities that help make the world a better place.
We Donate To:
charity: water: Your purchase helps provide clean drinking water to 5 children for an entire year! charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on August 13, 2012 at 6:16am — No Comments
The truth about water filters
This post is designed to dispel and seperate the myths and the truth about water filters. The real truth is that some of the myths about water filters can actually harm your family and you.
For one thing these bottled water companies are suspect with all their false advertising with pictures of pristine, fresh clean images of mountain fresh water, the truth of the matter is that this water comes from…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on August 9, 2012 at 1:42am — No Comments
Can Drinking Water Help Flush Out the Sugar in Your Body? Photo Credit Hemera Technologies/AbleStock.com/Getty Images
Sugar is akin to gold, metabolically speaking. Your body meticulously conserves blood sugar, or glucose, because your brain, muscles and many other tissues use it as their primary fuel. As the kidneys filter your blood, glucose flows with water into the filtrate. Under normal circumstances, however,…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on July 8, 2012 at 11:07pm — No Comments
GM pulled of its ads from Facebook, this led many marketers to wonder if advertising on facebook or any social media site is a good thing. It is, and it isn’t. With 900 million (900,000,000) active users can you ignore facebook and all of social media? Is it worth paying for? Another good question.
In a study by Resolution Media and Kenshoo seperatly, they7 looked at the effectiveness of Facebook ads, these 2 companies analyzed global data of 65 billion (65,000,000,000) Facebook ad…
Added by Howard Larson on July 7, 2012 at 2:02am — No Comments
The journal Pediatrics has published a new study, lead by Dr. Holly Benjamin of The American Academy of Pediatrics, which says energy drinks loaded with extra sugar and caffeine could prove harmful for adolescents. Brands like Mountain Dew, Red Bull, and Spike Shooter could not only cause heart rhythms, and contribute to the growing obesity epidemic, but also interact with ADHD medications, possibly leading to seizures. Many adults enjoy…Continue
Added by Paul Hines on July 6, 2012 at 3:00am — No Comments
By Ashley Tyson
Water Consumption Effects Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images
Water constitutes approximately 66 percent of the human body. Without this vital liquid, your body would fail to do many of the most simple and complex processes. MayoClinic.com recommends drinking eight, 8-oz. glasses of water each day as part of a balanced diet. Consuming water has several effects on the body, many of which are fundamental to daily living.…
Added by Paul Hines on July 5, 2012 at 1:42am — No Comments
So you’re asking what the heck am I talking about. In marketing there is a rule of thumb that 40% of a targeted marketing program or a direct mail project should be n the list, 40% should be in the message and 20% in the creative. It is one of those things that history has shown us is a truism.
It is like a lot of things in advertising, marketing and graphics people want to take short cuts. It happens all the time. (See yesterday’s blog) like when I want to add a mailing program with…Continue
Added by Howard Larson on June 8, 2012 at 2:48am — No Comments
I had a passionate conversation with my cousin over this idea of "Internet Marketing". He asked as many questions as I can answer accordingly.
One significant question he asked is about how to compete with 'so many people and websites' in this business. This is the first time I'm ever asked such a question since I started out, so I did my best to answer...and my answer must have so impressed his father who overheard it that he said, "Yes yes, this is also exactly what I told my…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 23, 2012 at 8:40pm — No Comments
One of the biggest issues any business would face is its unique position in the market. If you've not got a unique position, then you'll find that you've got nowhere to "stand out" of the crowd throughout your promotion.
USPs were originally defined around the 40s as a position a company took to make them stand out from their competitors and make the customers of said competitors switch to them. It works as an understandable and tangible reason for people to buy your product, over…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 23, 2012 at 8:37pm — No Comments
It is imperative you must know about this sooner or later. If you are into e-zine publishing right now, this set of criteria will significantly enable you to tweak your layout and presentation to suit your subscribers' taste in general. It's brief but better than nothing.
Newsletter readers like:
Content telling how to make money/save time
Added by Nelson Tan on May 23, 2012 at 8:31pm — No Comments
Not strategies or techniques, but business models in a more general sense. To give you an idea:
1. Affiliate type website.
2. Content website with Adsense.
3. Affiliate type + Adsense.
4. Your own product - membership site.
5. Your own product - ebook.
6. JV deals.
7. Your own product - software.
8. Directory type site.
9. Online newsletter.
10. Promote affiliate products using AdWords.
Bonus. Sell on Ebay + your own site.
Added by Nelson Tan on May 23, 2012 at 8:28pm — No Comments
Running your own free newsletter or e-zine can bring massive benefits to your website and profits. Did you know that newsletters are one of the most important components for you to drive traffic to your website and build your online business?
The popularity of newsletters is based on the thirst for information by information-hungry Internet surfers. The main reason people are online is because they want and need information and that is exactly what newsletters…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 23, 2012 at 8:23pm — No Comments
Do you recall the classic statement, "the only constant is change"? It is an ever-present phenomenon, and by comprehension at the level of man's intelligence, a tricky one, because change is in constant clash with timeless principles, which by evidence of established patterns, do not change.
The winner is the one who knows how to maintain and manage the balance between change and timed, principle-based progress on a daily basis, which all boils down to the little decision-making…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 23, 2012 at 8:20pm — No Comments
If you've reached the point of exhaustion trying to keep up with answering the mountain of e-mails that threatens to bury you alive every single day, you're ready to learn about autoresponders.
The bad news is that people expect prompt replies to their e-mail inquiries. However, unless you can figure out how to work continual 24-hour shifts, or hire enough people to constantly monitor incoming e-mails (while they're eating up your revenue), you have a problem. The good news is an…