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Techniques to Get a Call To Action

Techniques to Get Your Customers to Follow Your CTA Every Time Customers always prefer it if you are clear about what you want them to do. They don’t like to have to guess your intentions. For example, in a sales letter you shouldn’t suggest, but demand how your reader should act. This is referred to as the Call to Action (CTA) and it is the most important part of your sale letter. Everything preceding your CTA should be pushing your reader into taking the action you want them to take: Namely, to purchase your product. The CTA must be very clear and very direct. There needs to be no ambiguity as to how you want your prospective customers to act. It is a critical point in the flow of your sales letter. If there is anything confusing or not crystal clear in your CTA, you risk losing your customer forever. Demanding a Response In your CTA, you don’t want to ask your customers to buy your product.

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Honing Your Killer Instincts as an Internet Market

Honing Your Killer Instincts as an Internet Marketer In Internet marketing, like anything else, there are going to be winners and losers. Often, the difference between success and failure doesn’t depend on outside influences, but on your attitude.   Successful Internet marketers share a unique set of qualities known as the “killer instinct.” Train yourself to use these qualities every day and you can increase your chances of becoming successful. With Internet marketing, you can choose ahead of time how successful you are going to be. By making the conscious choice to adopt the attitude you need to win, you can be the successful online marketer you always dreamed of being. Take Chances Because Internet marketing often doesn’t require a lot of upfront costs, you have more of an incentive to try new things with less financial risk. In fact, many of the web’s biggest success stories – eBay, Amazon, eTrade, iTunes – won because their founders had a willingness to follow a business model that nobody had ever tried before.

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Tip: Must Know Before Writing Your First eBook

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Making Sense of Data from Niche Research

Making Sense of Data from Niche Research When building your own Internet marketing platforms for promoting information products such as eBooks, video courses, and others digital products, the data you receive from free sites such as Google is invaluable in telling you how popular a particular niche is and whether it is seasonal or evergreen. You want to choose those niches that have the most keyword searches all the time and that are consistent from year to year. Benefits of Choosing Evergreen Niches Evergreen niches – which are those that include products that will always be popular, such as weight loss and relationship advice — are the ones customers search for online most frequently. That automatically makes them great niches for you to build your information marketing business around. Free Tools for Affiliate Marketers When you use infoproduct sites that offer affiliate products for you to promote, usually you will find free tools that allow you to rank the popularity of the infoproducts that they offer.

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Build a Community to Increase Customer Retention

  How to Build a Community to Increase Customer Retention There are many different strategies for driving traffic to your site and increasing customer retention. While you could spend large sums of money on advertising and marketing, there are other solutions available. Building your own website community is a great method of building loyalty and repeat traffic. What’s an online community? Basically, a community is a group of regular visitors that frequently discuss topics and regularly interact with each other. Instead of just randomly commenting on blog posts, these visitors are actively engaged in what’s going on. Here are some tips to help you begin to build an online community in order to boost customer retention and keep visitors coming back for more. Create a Community on Your Website The first step is to create a community on your website. This can be done by adding a forum to your site. If you use WordPress, this is relatively easy. You can create a sub-domain and install a forum

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How to Choose the Right Social Media Platform

How to Choose the Right Social Media Platform   Using social media to connect with customers, increase your online exposure, and boost your SEO are all great reasons to include social media in your internet marketing strategies. But, having too many social media profiles can dilute your brand and make it difficult to keep up with your marketing efforts. While major corporations can get away with paying a marketing team to stay up to date with every social media platform available, this may not be an option for your business. Instead of spreading yourself too thin, you should focus on two, three max, social media platforms. So, how do you choose the platform that’s right for your business? By evaluating your target audience and the pros and cons of each major social media platform. Here are a few useful tips to help you make the right decision. Facebook Remains at the Top As mentioned, at most, you should have a presence on three different social media platforms. You’ll need to consider the benefits of each platform, except for one. Facebook remains the largest social media platform. Right off the bat, you should include Facebook in your social media strategy. Facebook has over 1 billion

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Search Engine Optimization Made Easy

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Big Mistakes Marketers Make... by Beautiful Natur

6 Effective Solutions for Quality Link Building Link building remains an important aspect of search engine optimization. While Google and other search engines have altered their search engine algorithms to include other factors, having quality links to your website is still an essential part of increasing search engine results. If you’re getting tired of spending hours trying to build back-links without positive results, then use the following 6 solutions for quality link building. #1 – Link to Quality Sources When creating content for your website, such as blog posts, link to quality sources whenever possible. You should try to include at least 2 quality outbound links in each blog post. This offers several benefits. First, it is a good SEO practice to include outbound links, as it makes your content more helpful to visitors, which improves your on-site SEO. Second, the sites that you are linking to may reciprocate and include a link back to your website. #2 – Focus on Social Link Building Along with including outbound links on your website, you should also focus

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6 Ways to Increase Landing Page Conversion Rates

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Simple Steps to Help Increase Your Customer Retent

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Increase Your Online Exposur... by Beautiful Natur

Increase Your Online Exposure Without Increasing Your Budget When you’re first starting out, every dollar that you spend on online marketing matters. You likely have multiple goals. You want to gain website traffic, increase your social media followers, and build your online reputation. All these goals can be achieved with good marketing strategies. But, you might be able to speed up the process by increasing your online exposure. With brand recognition, it becomes easier to gain traction and get your foot through the door of your target market. I’ll give you a few simple tips that you can use to increase your online exposure without having to increase your marketing budget.  Use Consistent Branding If you want people to recognize your brand, you need to be consistent with your branding. This means using the same logo on your website and social media profiles. Anywhere that your logo or business branding appears, you should use the exact same image. You want to ensure that people realize that your website and your social media profiles are one and the same. They aren’t two separate individuals or businesses.

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How to Grow Your YouTube Following

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Creating an Effective Social Media Posting Schedul

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Expand Your Online Marketing to the Global Marketp

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Utilize Your Keyword Research to Boost Sales

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Create an Effective Press Release

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3 of the Biggest Mistakes Most Internet Marketers

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The 10-Step Structure for Sales Pages That Sell

The 10-Step Structure for Sales Pages That Sell Sales pages take many different forms, but share the same basic structure:   1. Headline 2. Sub Headline 3. Presentation of the problem 4. Introduction of your product as the solution 5. Social Proof 6. Bonuses 7. Offer 8. Guarantee 9. Call to Action 10. P.S. Creating Killer Headlines Your headline is the first opportunity gaining your customer’s interest by making an emotional appeal to whatever problem they are trying to solve. Headlines should be clear and easy to understand, should include your keywords, and need to attract the reader to keep reading further. Presentation of the Problem Right after the headline and sub headline, you want to present the problem that the customer is having, focusing especially on the customer’s pain. For example, if your niche is dating and relationships, you could present the problem like this: “Are you tired of striking out when it comes to the opposite sex? Do you get a tight feeling in your stomach whenever you see a happy couple because it makes you wonder if you will ever find the right mate?” Introduction of Your Product as the Solution On your sales page, your product should always be the best – or better yet, the only – solution to whatever problem you have just stated. It’s critical that you portray your

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