Bad Ideas for Live Web Seminars
We all know that live web seminars, or as they are so adorably called by well paid marketing experts – “Webinars” – are a fantastic way to sell products and services. Sale conversion rates on live web seminars are much higher than conventional email and text marketing campaigns. Based upon my detailed research, I can safely say that the only sales techniques that sell better than live webinars occur in New Jersey when Tony, Vito and their mob friends ask neighborhood businesses to purchase their monthly protection services. That conversion rate is always near 100%, but please do not attempt the same tactics to sell your weight loss plan or e-book. Tony and Vito do not like people moving in on their territory. You are warned.Creating Pinit to Winit Contests – Five Simple Steps to Success
Suddenly dozens of corporations are creating Pinit to Winit Contests on Pinterest, some with amazing success and others that fall flat on their faces. When done correctly these contests can be exciting for your customers and help create countless new clients for your products and services.How to Use Social Media to Establish Trust
Life as an entrepreneur is all about trust. Trust is how we get clients to buy from us instead of big shops and its how we get them to keep returning. And through the world of social networking, we have a number of new ways to establish trust among our consumers.Internet Marketing – What’s The Point?
We believe there are generally three different groups that Small Businesses fall into in regards to Internet Marketing (IM): 1 – I’m already using IM to bring in new business 2 – I’m not yet using IM, but looking in to it 3 – I have no interest in IM whatsoever In this article, we are going to deal with #3; I have no interest in Internet Marketing whatsoever. Firstly, why would small businesses have no interest in IM? Well, the main reason for the lack of interest…SEO – Disavow Bad Links With New Google Tool
Google has released a new tool in its webmaster toolbox – the disavow link tool. This article covers what it can do, and why for most businesses it is probably not necessary.