Wednesday, December 21, 2011

How to Strike it Rich in 2011

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How many of us have made the following type of comments: ‘Why didn’t I buy a great domain name back in 1996?’,  ’Why didn’t I start a money making website in 1999?’ , ‘This sucks! All the good ideas are already taken!!’ Sure, the people who did those things are wealthy now, but while some people complained about missing the boat, others have built a new one and the smart people got on board. For example, in 2004 Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook and then in 2007 another gentelman created Zynga (owner of popular Facebook apps such as Farmville). Trust me there will always be room for new innovations.

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How to Strike it Rich in 2011

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

7 Great lies of Network Marketing

I recently read a new e book Called the 7 Great lies of Network marketing and it is amazing finally the truth is revealed  I've read a lot of e books and I must tell you that this one is the best you will find online about network marketing  and the best part is that it's FREE that's right I said FREE and you can get your copy right now by clicking on the link below

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Friday, December 16, 2011

Why Bother To Learn Attraction Marketing?

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It starts with marketing.
Your prospect doesn’t wake up in the morning wondering all about your company. They don’t fall asleep at night thinking and wondering about your company. The things they wake up thinking about, and the things that keep them up at night are their problems.
  • It might be weight loss (How will I lose XX pounds before my daughter’s wedding?)
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Monday, December 5, 2011

5 Keys to Capturing Prospective Buyers

By: Allyn

Spring has sprung. The birds are singing as they busily build nests and do their mating dances. Yeah, it won't be long before the flowers bloom, and grass starts growing. You know what that means...grass needs mowing. When you parked the riding mower last fall, you knew that it would be a miracle if you could get it through another summer. You're going to need to replace old "Betsy" sooner or later, and start thinking about the features you want the next mower to have.

Well, you haven't tried starting the old mower, but hey, it's raining cats and dogs outside. With nothing better to do, you head for the mall and find yourself among a line of shiny lawn mowers with a wide variety of prices and features. What are the advantages of each one compared to the difference in costs?

Yep, not every customer that walks through your door is ready to make a purchase. Maybe they're still in the "thinking about it" stage. Yeah, when you think long enough, you usually talk yourself into doing it. That's why it's important to treat every customer's question with respect. You never know when a properly answered question will lead to a sale.

Here are some tips to keep in mind for effectively answering customer questions:

1. A Question is the Sign of a Potential Sale.
Yeah, if a customer is taking the time to look you up and ask questions, you're dealing with a high level of interest. Don't take it lightly. A prompt and quick response laced with the added benefits of the product will go a long way toward closing a sale.

2. Make it Easy to Ask A Question.
There's nothing more frustration than having a simple question and having to move heaven and earth to get an answer. Make it easy for your customers to ask questions. Make your website question friendly and include a phone number with all of your sales material.

3. Organize - Set up a Frequently Asked Question File
What questions have you emailed answers to sixteen times this week? Keep a file with those repeat questions. You'll be able to copy and paste the answers into responses. Hey, your customer will be happy and you can spend time doing something else. Everyone wins!

4. Get Back - Quickly
How many times have you shopped around while waiting for someone to get back to you? Yeah, it's easier than ever on the web. Customer attention spans are ever shortening with the vast global competition at their fingertips. Don't dilly dally - get back to them pronto!

5. Make Every Question a Sales Opportunity
When someone asks you a question, you've got their attention! They're waiting for an answer that is important to them. Yeah, it's the perfect opportunity to expand your response to include benefits of the purchase.

Questioning customers wear a badge that says, "Buyer on Board!" Read it and pay attention. Often a little nudge will mean a sale to tally at the day's end. Think of it like this...learning to effectively answer customer questions is a low-cost and effective way to boost your profits this year!

Allyn has spent over 24 years helping businesses like yours find new customers and increase sales to current customers. Allyn is a marketing and sales fanatic, providing measurable marketing solutions that drive huge results for small-to mid-size business clients. Allyn is the owner of and works personally with clients to design and deliver off-line and on-line direct marketing strategies that focus on measurable results.

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Saturday, December 3, 2011

YouTube's Radical Redesign Positions Google To Be Your New TV

BY Kit EatonFri Dec 2, 2011

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Goodbye cute cat videos, hello cash cow. If browsing YouTube for funny videos is part of your Friday (or Monday, or Tuesday, or ... you get the point) morning routine then you'll already have had a surprise: Gone is YouTube's old cluttered image, with ill-defined boxes of widgets that seemingly blended into other nearby sections of the page. Gone is its use of large sections of white page. Instead, in their place, there's a smooth gray-tinted look and feel to Google's prime video site, and a massive emphasis on "channels" and curated categories.
Google announced last month that it was going to source more professionally made content as well as flow more of its content into Channels--thematically linked sections of the site that would feel a little more like your standard cable TV box perhaps (sports channels, news channels, science...and so on). And it's emphasized on its new blog posting that this redesign is all about that notion. "We want to make it easier for you to find and keep tabs of what you want to watch," it suggests, and glancing down the dark-gray column on the left of the new page that certainly seems true: If you're in the mood for vid clips about music, sports, comedy, science, gaming, and a long list of other topics, they're now collected into an easy-to-access channel.
But this box is also customizable: Sign in to YouTube and you can arrange your own list, alongside Google's curated ones, and the clips it's recommended for you--Google handily points out that you can "even link your YouTube account to Google+ and Facebook to see what your friends are sharing" (and it's notable that Google's falling out with Twitter seems to also extend to this new social link).
Uploaders also benefit from the Channel-centric redesign, and, the site tells us: "As different uploaders have different goals, we've created new Channel templates to meet your needs whether you produce one video a week or have thousands of videos for a fan to browse." To that end Google's noting it's incorporated "feedback from the 'Cosmic Panda' Channels and Watch experiment" (okay, perhaps cute animal videos are not going away) and that it's "excited to present" its range of improvements that also includes "a way to keep your audience engaged even when you don't have new uploads." This last bit seems a very professional-sounding idea, designed to appeal to keen content generators.
What Google is trying to do to every video that's uploaded is to squeeze it into a channel right from the start--to box it, package it, line it up with similar peers and so on, and to encourage uploaders to think of their audience in the same way that a TV channel may.
And from a user endpoint, the goal is even more obvious: By banishing the chaotic, eclectic colors, segments and detail of the previous design, and making it easier to stay on video topic as well as keeping up with video recommendations from your social network, it's trying to keep viewers on the page for longer. The experience is simply more pleasant and easier to navigate. That's also the job of the new psuedo news-feed segment on the home page--a window that contains content, social activity info, and so on. Like the updating news feed of Facebook or Twitter's rolling updates it creates a sense of dynamism, change...and some detail that pops up in this window is bound to catch the viewer's eye and entice them to engage with the site in some way, perhaps watching one more video.
In the end it's all about money. The more users engage with the site, the more eyes-on-advertising time they give to Google. And by aligning itself as a sort of desktop equivalent to a cable TV, with easily accessible Channels of similar content (albeit a mix of user-submitted and professionally created video) Google is trying to compete with TV on more equal footing. In the light of the redesign the previous YouTube UI looked amateurish, child-like even. What it has now is perhaps the same sort of simple yet powerful interface that users will be familiar with from apps like Instagram or Twitter--much simpler, more accessible, and thus more powerful.
Which makes us wonder if Google has plans to bring this sort of radical makeover to its other services. It recently toyed with the black Google bar on its search page, and has ditched it after a user revolt. And for years Google's look and feel has felt a little stuck in the past, with a very text-centric approach and a graphical style that seemed to have been drawn up by over-enthusiastic engineers rather than artists. Is Google actually growing up, realizing it needs to refine its offerings (as demonstrated by its recent shuttering of Google Labs projects) and add a degree of visual spit and polish that some of its rivals have long surpassed Google in? If you are in a particularly positive frame of mind, you may even see this as proof Google's future Google TV offerings may be a serious entry to what may be a very big connected TV market in 2012.
Chat about this news with Kit Eaton on Twitter and Fast Company too.

7 Marketing Links You’d Be Crazy to Ignore

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The best (and shortest) business book ever written.
Why visualizing your success could actually be hurting your chances for success.
The #1 overlooked skill for every author, and how to get 7,000 Twitter followers.
Oh yeah, make sure to follow @copyblogger on Twitter to grab these links — and a lot more — every week.
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7 Unwritten Rules of Social Media
Well, now they’re written. This is a very good and basic structure for operating effectively within any social media.
The Best (and Shortest) Business Book Ever Written
You’ve heard about this author all your life. You’ve probably even quoted him a few times without knowing it. Have you read his amazingly practical business philosophies?
If You Want to Fail, Visualize Success
The word counterintuitive doesn’t begin to describe the results of this research. What do you think?
10 Ways to Get Your Emails Read
You do know that not everyone is opening your emails right? Number 4 is a bit vague in its counsel, but there’s a lot of solid, specific advice in this list to help you along in your email marketing.
How to Get 7,000 Twitter Followers
The lesson in this story lies under the surface. This is not necessarily a tactic to be replicated, as much as a philosphy to keep in mind: Strategically enter the conversations that matter to your business goals.
The No. 1 Overlooked Skill for Every Author
A powerful observation made by well-respected writer and editor Jane Friedman. Copyblogger hasn’t been teaching this stuff for almost six years just for the hell of it, it really matters.
The Secret of New Marketing
I would promise not to link to Seth in every edition of The Lede, but that could very possibly become a lie. There’s just too much in his archive that needs to be read, spread, and understood … like the link above.