12 High Readership Content Ideas

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1. How To Articles: they include detailed step by step
instructions. Examples: how to publish your e-zine,
how to promote your business, how to attract visitors
to your web site.

2. Tips: they are usually small pieces of information
about the size of a paragraph. Examples: tips on using
a product, tips on doing your taxes.

3. Top Lists: they are a group of tips listed in order,
usually numbered from first to last. Examples: top 7
ways to get to the top of search engines, top 10
ways to market your product.

4. News Articles: they can include news about your
industry or company information. Examples: joint
ventures, new product releases, special events,
overseas activity

5. Interview Articles: they could include interviews
from customers, employees and experts. Examples:
interview an employee that won an award, an expert
related to your industry, a satisfied customer, people

6. Publications: they include information that’s bundled
together to take with the person. Examples: ebooks,
reports, software, auto responder information.

7. Business History Articles: they include information
about your business. Examples: years in business,
goals your business has accomplished, community
affairs, financial information.

8. Product Articles: they include information about
your product or services. Examples: new products,
improvements to existing products, new accessories.

9. Visual Content: they include visual helpers that help
explains, shows or supports an example. Examples:
charts, photos, graphics, graphs.

10. Entertaining Content: they include humorous and
off beat information. Examples: contests; quizzes,
trivia, puzzles, games, cartoons.

11. Excerpts: they include information used from other
resources for different purposes, but can also support
your business. Examples: journal articles, transcripts
of seminars, reprints, speeches, press releases.

12. Technology Content: they are new technologies
you can use to present your content. Examples: audio
clips, streaming video, MP3 files.

Happy Blogging

Jet Heights Limited

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What is Perpetual Marketing?

Perpetual marketing can be described as a large number of
people promoting one web site so they can all receive
the traffic generated by each other.

For example, you decide to create a free ebook that
you will give away to your web site visitors. You ask
a large number of e-zine owners to give away the
ebook in exchange for their ad in the ebook. You can
just ask them to link directly to your web site when
they promote the ebook. You, of course, will have
one of your own ads on that web page.

Let’s say you get 8 out of 20 e-zine owners that agree
to giveaway the ebook. The 8 e-zines total subscriber
base is 75,000.

Now, you can ask more e-zine owners if they would
like to promote the ebook in exchange for an ad inside
the ebook. This time you can say, you already have 8
e-zines already promoting the ebook with a subscriber
base of 75,000.

The next group of e-zine owners you ask will be more
tempted to promote your ebook because there is a
greater chance they will receive a lot of traffic from
the deal. It’s a win/win situation!

Do you understand the power of perpetual marketing?
You could have 20 or 30 e-zines promoting your web
site at no-cost, very quickly! You could create a new,
f.ree ebook every month and repeat the process.

This isn’t the only way to use perpetual marketing.
You don’t just have to contact e-zine publishers you
could do the same with web site owners. You could
use a total monthly visitor total as motivation.

It doesn’t have to be just an ebook either. It could be
a contest you’re holding on your web site. You could
place the other web site’s ads on the contest page in
exchange for them promoting the contest.

These are only a few ways to use perpetual marketing.
You could use your own imagination to create new
ways to use perpetual marketing that will increase your
traffic and sales.

Happy Blogging

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Improve your Google ranking: Our Link Exchange Secret

This is our link exchange email format, you could use it as well.

We felt we should throw it open to you guys, If you are interested in our link exchange please follow the instructions below.


Having viewed your website/blog we felt that you’d be interested in
exchanging links with our company. We can offer you a HOME PAGE link back from 2 of our businesses
(Web hosting, domain name registration and SSL certificate websites) and our blog which are:

Website1      http://www.netshost.com/
Website2      http://netsdomain.com/

We also have a blog which has a really good ranking on google with first page rankings for key phrases such as
“Website hosting location and seo” or “businesses you can start with $1000” and so many other niche ideas.
Placing your link on this page alone would generate instant traffic for you.

If you are interested, please add the following information to your
website and kindly let us know when it’s ready. Please do let us know which of our websites
you have decided to exchange links with or if it is both of them.
We will do the same for
you in less than 24 hours, otherwise you can delete my link from
your site.

Website 1
Title:  Cheap Web Hosting
URL: http://www.netshost.com/
Description:  Your cheap web hosting solution

Website 2
Title:  Cheap domain names, SSL and Reseller program
URL: http://www.netsdomain.com/
Description:  Your cheap web hosting solution

I hope you have a nice day and thank you for your time.

Best regards;

Jet Heights Group

Cheap UK Web hosting and domain name registration.
Web Master


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The Easiest “SEO” definitions…

This is a term that attracted so much attention and development in the last decade so I decided to go on a small journey of definition compilation. That sound’s quite interesting, I sort out the very simple definitions of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) by different people all over the world. The definitions are quite short but very precise. Let roll on…

“SEO is where most small businesses start”

“SEO is simply the art and science of enhancing certain dynamic of web site to increase how high a site is rank by the top search engines”

“SEO is important to make a website successful in the world”

“SEO is optimizing each page of your website to make it ready to be indexed by “Search Engines” ”

“SEO is the process of tailoring a website”

“SEO is the optimization of a web site so that it will satisfy your visitors needs”

“SEO is critical to your website’s online marketing success”

“SEO is not dirty business”

I  think these simplified definitions shows why SEO has become one of the  most important terms used by developers or website owners.  According to Wikipedia, It is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via “natural” or un-paid (“organic” or “algorithmic”) search results as opposed to search engine marketing (SEM) which deals with paid inclusion. Typically, the earlier (or higher) a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image searchlocal searchvideo search and industry-specific vertical search engines. This gives a web site web presence.

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3 Reasons an Online Presence Can Boost Your Business

It’s a no-brainer that the Internet can help you increase your sales and profitability, which in turn can increase the value of your business. According to Forrester Research, e-commerce sales hit more than $75 billion last year.
You should also know that of the more than 300 million people worldwide online today, more than 85 million are in the United States. There are more than 1 billion Web pages in existence. These facts mean you could tap into an amazing opportunity.
Following are some ways the Internet can help you increase your business’ potential:

Increase Sales
A web site can be a very effective means of reaching new and existing customers and expanding your geographic presence. Breaking down geographic barriers is a good thing for any business owner.

A web site provides company exposure that customers can access at any time. Hence, a professional web site is an important first step in tapping the power of the Web. You may wish to hire a consultant to help you with the marketing of your web site. Simple tactics such as utilizing search engine optimization tools — making sure your web site appears toward the top of a list when someone conducts a search — can significantly increase the hit rate on your site. Many larger firms initially gauge the credibility of smaller firms as a business partner by the professionalism of the smaller firm’s web site. Additionally, a web site offers the ability to capture the information of existing and potential customers, which bolsters the efforts of your sales team.

Increase Customer Retention
The Internet provides small businesses with another outlet for customer contact and support. Some businesses give customers access to the status of a job via the Internet. This type of partnership approach with customers builds brand trust and loyalty. Email allows for an expeditious exchange of files or specs, and communication such as job updates, new product additions and other news can be inexpensively distributed to your clients through e-mail campaigns containing links to your site.

Increase Productivity
The Internet also allows you to increase productivity and streamline automation in your business. Consider the ease of being able to order equipment replacement parts online. Larger U.S. manufacturing companies with international organizations now use the Internet to track their supply chain, work flow and available capacity at overseas plants. In some cases, crowded U.S. manufacturers can e-mail the exact job specifications to another plant across the world to keep a job on schedule. In addition, basic site features, such as the capability to accept online orders, can increase sales by allowing for order acceptance at any hour — in a more convenient form than a facsimile. Lastly, a web site can reduce expenses associated with the production of brochures and other collateral materials.

Overall, a web site is essentially another form of advertising for your business, and should be utilized in conjunction with traditional methods to maximize its presence and profitability.

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