Tweet One of the fastest ways to lose customers is to let them know that you don’t care about them. Make it clear that you are in business for yourself, not for them. When they question you, assert your authority, cite policy and turn a deaf ear to their concerns. Now what blogger, internet marketer [...]
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Tweet In the scheme of things, the world economy keeps closing in on workers and employers alike. Wage earners and the working masses find fewer and fewer places to shop their skills, or offer their services. Many of the private businesses that once hired them have closed up shop, sized down, or been nationalized by [...]
Tweet Internet marketing, blogging, online networking… these and other online ventures of solopreneurs often call into play our inner acrobat, juggler and trapeze artist. It’s not always a simple matter to know what we can learn to do ourselves, and when we need to hire others to help us out. Nowhere is this truer [...]
Tweet Internet marketers, affiliate marketers and network marketers frequently turn to blogging to promote their talents, their niche expertise, and to build a subscription list. But many of my students just getting started are looking for a more instant profit pathway to their online presence. I often suggest to them to consider “blogging for dollars”. [...]
Tweet Continuing my discussion about “targeted listbuilding” techniques, let’s talk about the “Call To Action”. After all, building an email list of subscribers to your online “newsletter”, or “tips” or whatever else you might call it, requires that people complete the action steps you give them in order to “subscribe” to that list. Anchor [...]
If you’ve struggled to grab some blogging profits for all your online efforts, here’s a simple, but extremely effective list building strategy that can take your game from theory to bank rolling.
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