Monthly Archives: January 2018

4 Ways to Attract New Website Visitors Today

Right now, people have more unrestricted access to information, entertainment, and other content than at 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 your target audience than ever before. So if the content you are using to attract… Read Article →

Free Marketing: Other Social Media Sites

The easiest type of free marketing is social media marketing. This has taken on increased importance in the wake of the Panda and Penguin upgrades to the Google search engine algorithm. Google now gives more weight to websites that have the most social approval signals, ranking them higher. Like Search Engine Optimization, social media marketing can take a while to gain traction because it takes time to build a following… Read Article →

Laptop Lifestyle System

http:// Tired of the alarm clock? (Try this) Fires your boss-hole and gets you $10k months… Sick of living for the weekend? (Help inside) No more permission to take a “sick day?” The best part of $10,000 per month and up? You’d think the best part of living the Laptop Lifestyle for Carolina was the fact that she now makes up to six times more than the average salary in… Read Article →

Good and Bad Backlinking Techniques

On-page 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 of effective on-page SEO include: • Including your keyword is in the page’s title • Making sure your… Read Article →

3 Steps to Creating High-Converting Headlines

Headlines are the single most important part of any marketing document, be it an email, a sales letter, squeeze page or paid advertisement. That’s because the headline is your first and only opportunity to capture the attention of the prospective customer. If your headline fails to make an instant, immediate impression upon your reader, they will stop reading further and probably are lost to you forever. The best headlines –… Read Article →

Traffic Methods

Learning key traffic methods will allow you to bring as many customers as possible to your product or service. The email list will be one of the most important assets for your online business. These can be either purchased through an agent or accumulated through lead magnets or contact pages. Lead Capture Pages and Sales Funnels Lead Capture pages instantly grab your prospect’s attention and get them to give you… Read Article →

How to Make Sure Your Website Looks Great on Tablets and Phones

Many Internet marketers make the mistake of thinking that once their website is up and running, their biggest job is finished. Actually, it’s just beginning. To understand why answer this question: How do you usually access the Internet? If you are like most people these days, you answered, “Through my smartphone” or “From my tablet.” Because of near-universal WiFi and the affordability of mobile access devices, most web users today… Read Article →

Follow This Email Marketing Etiquette to Get Yours Delivered and Read

Email marketing can be a very effective way of bringing new customers into your sales funnel. But due to the widespread use of viruses and malware, most people are cautious about opening an email that comes from a source they don’t recognize, that is strangely written, or appears to have come from a non-English speaker. You can reassure your prospective customers that the emails you send are safe and reliable… Read Article →

Marketing Strategies For Your Business

Are You Looking For A Way To Grow Your Business? Basically, the earlier ways for businesses to make money was to find the right location, examine the buying habits of their customers and cater to the needs of the communities in which they do business. Depending on the size of a company, Business Owners used direct mail, hired door to door salespeople, circulated business cards, and used telemarketers who phoned… Read Article →