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 »

Free Marketing: Facebook and Twitter

Facebook and Twitter

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 »

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 »

4 Ways to Attract New Website Visitors Today

Get eyeballs on your website copy

Right now, people have more unrestricted access to information, entertainment and other content than in any other time in history. While that is great for people looking to be informed, educated or entertained, it can present a challenge for online marketers seeking to capture the biggest possible audience. That’s because there’s simply more competition for […] continue reading »

How to Use Storytelling in Your Online Marketing

Humanity has used stories as a way to teach, pass on valuable information, and communicate since the dawn of time. Long before there were written languages, people used stories to pass history and culture down from generation to generation. Humans are wired to respond to stories with an immediate connection and emotional reaction.  When your […] continue reading »