The 7 Dirty Words of Internet Marketing

7 Dirty Words of Internet Marketing

George Carlin – may he rest in peace – talked about 7 words you can’t say on TV. Well, this article is going to tackle the 7 dirty words of Internet marketing. You want to disassociate yourself from these as much as you can, if you know what is good for you. Dirty words of […] continue reading »

Internet Marketing: Honing Your Killer Instincts

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 […] continue reading »

Email Marketing: 4 Tips for Getting the Most from it

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There are a lot of critics who say email marketing isn’t as effective as it once was because more people are using mobile devices and texting to communicate with each other. Young people today text and tweet rather than read emails. So, a lot of younger customers don’t even have email accounts. They only use […] continue reading »

Social Engagement Building Blocks: Community & Character

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In marketing, the importance of social engagement and learning the “language” of your customers means more than you might think. It is a vast encompassing series of intersections that could make your head spin. But thankfully, you’re in good hands with us. Let’s make this navigation a bit easier, with our list of signals and road flares to […] continue reading »

Free Marketing: Facebook and Twitter

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Facebook is one of the easiest social media sites to get started on and lets you reach the widest possible audience by attracting vast numbers of Facebook “Friends.” You probably already have a personal Facebook page, but you will want to start a separate one for your business. This is going to be your business’ […] continue reading »

Using Keywords to Improve Your Page Rankings

Search engines are powered by the words users enter when they conduct searches. These are called “keywords.” Google and other search engines use keywords to provide the links to websites they think the user will find most helpful. These results are then ranked according to Google’s search engine algorithm. By discovering the best keywords for […] continue reading »

Search Engine Optimization Made Easy

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Search Engine Optimization, or SEO for short, is a phrase that describes how you make websites more appealing to Google and other search engines. The more useful Google thinks your page will be to its users, the higher it will rank your page on the Search Engine Results Page (SERP) for your niche’s keywords. If […] continue reading »

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 […] continue reading »

Backlinking Hacks – The Good, Bad and Ugly

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On-page search engine optimization (SEO) are techniques you can use to improve your chances of having your site ranked at or near the top of searches. Examples include using the best keywords, saturating your text with the optimal number of these keywords, and placing those keywords in the locations search engines like best. Other examples […] continue reading »

3 Steps to Creating High-Converting Headlines

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Whether it’s an e-mail, sales letter, squeeze page or paid advertisement, headlines are the single crucial part of any marketing document. That’s because the headline is your initial and only opportunity to capture the attention of your reader – the prospective customer. If your headline doesn’t strike an immediate impression, your reader will stop reading […] continue reading »