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07 Apr
2010

How to Research and Find Your Niche Online

Deciding on what product or service you will promote in a niche market should be based on a simple principle. There should be a demand for your product or service. You want to offer something that people actually need, something that will make their lives better, make them feel better

04 Nov
2009

Google Releases Video on “Better ad texts, better performance”

This article is from Google themselves giving a very insightful guideline to writing better performing ads. It’s very basic, but it is a critical step a lot of novice advertisers don’t understand. This is exactly the same thing I told a client who had wasted $600 before realizing that it

18 Aug
2009

Link It Back To Your Home

When designing a website it is very important that you have an anchortext that links back to your home page and throughout all pages of your site. Usage of Flash and Java is usually just fine from the user’s point of view. But search engine spiders cannot use this so

22 May
2009

Business Acumen – Customers VS Clients

Keep in mind that more traffic does not guarantee more profits. Getting traffic to your site is only the first step of every business. Once you have a visitor, you need to have a powerful, direct response, sales letter ready to take orders and build leads. Otherwise, all your efforts

18 May
2009

Business Acumen – Who’s Next?

Here’s a very deep secret not many Internet experts are willing to share or actually point out without a fee. Part of the reasons to their success is that they were among the first to start it all. If you’ll remember hearing the term “first come, first serve”, it’s the

20 Apr
2009

Business Acumen – Product/Service

For your product or service to be worthy of a customer’s exchange of money, it all depends on the perception of its value. Does your product or service provide a solution to their problems?

09 Jan
2009

The Family Project: FAILED

Several months ago I started a “family project.” It was project where I conducted to see if my siblings could learn Internet marketing and make some money off of the Internet. I’m sure it’s pretty clear by now that the family project was a total failure. It’s just not as