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10 Ways Writing Articles Can Improve Your Business

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1. Submit them to e-zines and web sites for publishing.
Include your resource box at the end of the article to get
free advertising.

2. Combine your articles into a free e-book. You can place
your business ad in the e-book. Give it away to visitors and
allow them to do the same to multiply your advertising.

3. Create an article directory on your web site. People will
visit your web site to get the free information.

4. Submit your articles to print publications that pay for
submissions. You can make extra income getting paid as
a freelance writer.

5. Combine a few of your articles together into a free report.
Give away the free report as a bonus for buying your main
product or service.

6. Publish a book with all your articles. Make extra money
selling the book from your web site.

7. Give people an instant article directory. Tell visitors they
can instantly add a free article directory to their web site
by linking to yours. All those links can add up to a large
amount of traffic to your web site.

8. Post your articles in related online communities. This can
give you free advertising in newsgroups, forums and e-mail
discussion lists.

9. Allow people to include your articles in their free e-books.
Your article could end up being in 20 to 30 e-books in no
time. You won’t even have to promote the e-books.

10. Let people access your articles by autorepsonder.
Include your full page e-mail ad with the article.

“You can never score if you don’t shoot” – Anonymous

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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
profiles.

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

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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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What is Online Business Networking

Networking is when two or more different businesses stay
in contact on a regular basis to build and improve each
others business. There are many ways to network your
business online. Participate in online business related
discussion boards, e-mail discussion groups, newsgroups
and chat rooms. You can communicate with other business
people via e-mail, video conferencing and by using instant
messaging programs. Join online business associations and
clubs.

You’ll gain many benefits from networking online. You’ll
learn business information that you didn’t know before.
You can get advice on how to solve a current business
problem. It can lead to new business projects. Negotiate
joint ventures and cross promotion deals. Learn important
skills that you didn’t have before. Get constructive criticism
that can improve your business. Brainstorm with others
to come up with new business and marketing ideas.

Before you go out and communicate with other business
professionals there are a few things you should know ahead
of time. Know what kind of business information you are
seeking. Figure out which professionals could give you this
information. Know what questions you want to ask them.

Contact us if you have any business ideas that can be equally beneficial to our business and yours.

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6 Sure-Fire Sales Ideas That Sell In Any Market

The way you structure your payment offers can increase your
sales. I’m not talking about the way people pay like credit
cards, digital payments, checks, and cash options. What I’m
taking about is can your customers try before they buy, pay
later, make payments, do they get a rebate, etc.

Below aresix payment offers that will sell like your products or services
like crazy:

1. Sample It

Offer your customers a free sample or short version of your
product or service. Your sample should give them only a few
benefits of the full version. This will entice them to purchase
the full version to get the total benefits.

2. Name Your Price

Offer customers a choice of want they can pay for your product
or service. List your original product and price then add another
product with it for a little higher price. At least make sure you offer

your customers something to compare before they buy.Your orders will increase
buy letting the customers choose their price.

3. Free To Try

Offer your customers a free trial of your product or service.
You could o.ffer the free trial for 5 to 30 days. This is showing
them that you have confidence in your product or service and
it will sell itself. For example, our 30 day free reseller trial.

4. Give A Little Back

Offer your customers a cash back rebate after they buy your
product or service. I feel a good rebate would be a least 10%
of their purchase price or higher. This will increase your sales
and, like most of us, they will forget to turn in the rebate.

5. Pay Later

Offer your customers the choice of being billed later for their
purchase. Bill them in a few weeks or a month. This will stop
you from losing customers who can’t afford to purchase your
product or service at that time.

6. Little At A Time

Offer your customers the option of paying you a little at a time
for your product or service. You could divide up the purchase
price into bi-weekly or monthly payments. You won’t lose
customers that may not be able to pay the full amount at that
time.

Hope you enjoy it.

Regards

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