Pop Quiz: Which element is most important in a marketing campaign?
It is possible:
1: The ability to drive traffic.
2: The ability and willingness to hire top affiliates
3: What product do people want to purchase?
4: A great headline and opening for your sales message.
It's number 4.
For a product or service that people are interested in buying, you can make the most compelling offer. Prospects won't pay attention if your headline or opening doesn't grab their attention.
Prospects won't pay...
You can send more people to your offer to increase your initial sales. Also, you can send higher-qualified people to your offers. Or, you can convert more people who you send.
Let's now talk about converting more traffic into sales using little copywriting tricks and tips that will dramatically improve the ability of your copy to sell.
1. Do more research. Your conversion rates will increase if you can strike the right chords with your prospects. It would help if you did your research to...
John McAfee was the eccentric founder and US presidential candidate. He died from an apparent suicide. According to some reports, he preferred to die than be extradited to the U.S. to face tax evasion, securities fraud, and money laundering charges for what he allegedly did during the 2000s. That is another story.
McAfee antivirus is what interests me. It's a poor product that McAfee sold his software company for $100 million in the 1990s. How did he do that?
Perhaps he was just in the right...
You can now ask your faithful fans to support your podcast by charging monthly fees through Spotify or Apple. You can even get 100% of the subscriber income for the first two years.
These are just three possible ways to use it:
While appearing on Craig Ferguson's Late Late Show, Trace Atkins, a country superstar, shares his story about his childhood and life before he was famous.
Trace was a DJ in the Southwest for five years. He then moved to Nashville and continued playing in bars for three more years before he signed his first recording deal.
Trace states, "I had always had very happy club owners. I would challenge people not to drink as much from the stage as I did." I sold lots of liquor. This is the...
An image, seriously a cat image with a zoom-out and 80's elevator music...
Perhaps I am overthinking this video.
A high-quality video can take several days to create, but it is not guaranteed that anyone will view it.
You can also do as this guy did and take one photo, add music and a title, and then post it.
No script. No voice-over. There is no other than a photo and some generic elevator music.
It is called "Gentle Understanding Cat", and has received 82,000 views and 303 comments.
The Most Asked Question at RSSMasher is, "Where Do I Find the Best RSS Feeds for Autoblogging?"
We have created many video training lessons on finding RSS Feeds and we've written numerous blog articles on the subject.
Listed below are our favorite education resources on how to find the best RSS Feeds. We use this same list to teach our own VA's!
From what I can see, right now, there is no faster way to build an audience online than through podcasting.
The demand for podcasts is growing at an unprecedented rate. More than half of people are listening to podcasts regularly. And podcasting creates loyalty and trust with your audience like almost nothing else out there.
Podcast audiences are more engaged and loyal than radio listeners or blog readers. Something like 88-90% of podcast listeners listen to the entire show, including...
If you already have a successful, popular podcast, then you already know the power of podcasting to create an audience, to build credibility, to make connections with the movers and shakers in your niche, and to sell a lot of products.
Think about this: When you have a podcast, you are in your target market’s ears for 20 to 60 minutes. This is intimate, one-on-one time with no interruptions or competition for their attention. You can create personal (PERSONAL!) relationships with your...
I just clicked on a webinar a few moments ago, and I had to almost immediately leave to write you this quick note.
As I watched the two people on screen, I found myself physically moving away from my device. In fact, I could not seem to get far enough away from these two people. Where I had been hunched over my laptop, my back was now pressed into the back of the chair, my head was turned away like I was about to flee, and I realized something was terribly wrong.
So the question is, why am I...