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Here’s a question I get quite a bit. It’s a question I had when I started out. I’m willing to bet that you’ve had this question, too, at one point or another. “I know I need a mailing list of my own but I don’t know where to start.” Sometimes getting started is the hardest part, when […]Continue reading >>>
In a previous post we discussed 22 ways to get free traffic, in this article we will discuss the other side — paid traffic. At the end of the day we all have the same choices when it comes to traffic – we earn it or we buy it. Smart marketers do both continually by doing things […]Continue reading >>>
Driving traffic can be confusing, can’t it? There are so many voices – so many opinions. Everyone seems to be wanting to sell their “latest and greatest” method of driving traffic. Some of these “shiny object” methods are stale by the time they get to market and will simply never work. You know that if […]Continue reading >>>
Everybody talks about how wonderful it is to do a joint venture. And when a joint venture is done right it can be very profitable indeed. But what is a joint venture? And how can you get one going? Especially if you are a “newbie”? These are good questions, and worth answering. So let’s dig into it. First, […]Continue reading >>>
Doing business online can be confusing. Nothing in the offline world prepares us to deal with terms like ‘autoresponder’ or ‘conversion ratio’. So I’ve compiled this list of terms to help. If you find yourself confused about a term listed here, or need to understand a term not listed here, just enter a comment below […]Continue reading >>>
It’s all too easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life and forget to do those basic things that create real results in our lives. While posting video and Twittering are all fine and good, we MUST use the basic and proven methods of marketing if we want to survive and thrive. And email marketing is […]Continue reading >>>
The Internet is a vast electronic world with millions of people online at any one time. Yet it is all too easy for a person to be online for 10 hours or more a day, even deal with hundreds of emails, and still feel completely alone. This sense of isolation is bad for your outlook, and […]Continue reading >>>