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Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Monday, February 11, 2008
Like a virus, viral marketing spreads like wildfire and doesn’t know when to stop. Best of all, you can reach a huge target audience in no time at all!
As far as I’m aware off, any chance you have to get traffic virally, build your catalog virally, or distribute an electronic book or software which can have viral elements you should be doing it ASAP.
The most well-known and famous example of viral marketing was Hotmail. By placing a link underneath their emails for anybody else to get their application created an overnight phenomenon. Day after day, there were thousands of more netizens signing up for Hotmail accounts.
I’m a Hotmail user.
Create your viral list today!
Friday, February 8, 2008
If you are just venturing out online with your first website, you have quite a learning curve in front of you, believe me. I know that your learning curve is very long, because I have been making money online for years, and I am still educating myself with new stuff everyday.
Every year, more and more people are coming online. And every year, people struggle to figure out how or the methods to tap into the economic engine powered by the Internet. The one crucial thing that newcomers to the Internet frequently fall short to realize is that those of us, who are already making the most money online, spent years learning our trades.
Alas, if you should be good at numbers:
1 site with Adsense helped you make $3 bucks a day
10 sites = $30 bucks a day
$30 bucks a day x 30 days = $900 per month
And if you live oversea, this is gigantic income!
Sunday, February 3, 2008
There are so many gullible people out there who throw money online without even knowing what they are getting themselves into.
If this is the case, you should definitely give me the money rather than throwing it to an unknown person which you have not even seen in person!
Here are 4 things you should look into:
1. Large upfront investment: Without specifying what it is for
2. The chance to make big money with little work: Come on, there is no such thing!
3. Do not clearly state what you will be selling
4. Lack of available contact information
Just make sure you are cautious enough!
Monday, January 28, 2008
1. If you are not earning at least 75% of the upfront payment when you make a sale, forget about it. This means that you are handling all the work and the company or the person above you is enjoying all the money.
2. If you have to recruit 1000, 10,000 or 20,000 people in your organization before you make any real money, forget about it! Most people will NEVER get there.
3. If they teach you to hold parties at home and invite all your friends. STOP, THINK and run away fast. Trust me I have been there done that.
4. If they have a sales pitch with frequencies of 2-3 times a day and only 2-3 training classes per week.
This means that the organization is more interested in selling you than training you how to create money in long term
5. If you can't get ROI or get into profit with 3 sales, forget it.
6. If you can't talk to the owners or the corporate office via phone it’s most likely a scam.
The choice is in your hands.
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Running an internet marketing business provides an opportunity to make substantial wealth, possibly much better that what you are earning from your day job. It eliminates many of the inherent problems of tiny business ownership through small startup costs, low overhead, and limited or no worker hassles.
One gets the established success of a franchise combined with the liberty of an independent contractor. There is no doubt that a home business can thrive in the midst of a revolutionary structure in most corporate retirement plans. The online opportunities accessible to everyone interested in having a workplace that sets in the workspace within the home require more than just a glance. It would be cautious to put "start my own business" on the things-to-do list and then, actually do it.
For those who are interested, you should develop your will power to succeed before venturing into your own business.
It’s sad throwing away your job and failing in the industry you chose simply because you lost interest.
It’s a great opportunity – I love making money online.