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Yelp for Restaurants and How It Helps Your Marketing Efforts

Yelp is one of the best places on the internet to get information from other users about all kinds of places including restaurants. As such, one can understand the importance of a good web presence on a platform like this one. To get a good idea of how important Yelp is for marketing you can read the article about how it is killing chain restaurants.

Tips On How To Write Articles

Learning how to write articles is not necessarily difficult, but doing so does require understanding the form and being organized. Most articles need an introduction and conclusion. These may be a paragraph or more or just a sentence long depending on the length of the article.

Internet Businesses Require Customer Relationships Just Like Traditional Businesses – Part 3

In our previous two articles, we discussed how we need to treat our online customers the same way that we would offline customers. We mentioned how important relationships with them are and how we could build rapport with them through the sharing of our personal lives. We then discussed that we should make ourselves accessible by providing contact information on our blogs and websites.

The Benefits of Having A Great Online Brand

The long term goal that we Internet marketers should have is to create a strong and deep online brand for our online business. If you have been exposed to marketing at all over the last 5 years or so then you have undoubtedly heard all about branding and how to apply it to your business. We have all heard about the painstaking process of getting our blogs and websites deeply established on the Internet. We have all heard about how important it is to build a huge social marketing presence online. But do we really understand what effective branding can do for us? Let’s take a closer look.

How To Get Your Internet Customer To Buy Your Product Or Service – Part 2

In our previous article, we stressed the importance of emotions in the selling process. We emphasized that customers actually buy on emotions and use logic to justify their decision to buy your product or service. Thus, whenever we craft our sales letters, we need to experience the same emotions that our potential customers would experience from not having our product or service. Finally, we need to fully describe the gap between those having our products and those who do not. Now let’s move on to the next of creating winning sales letters.