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Posts Tagged ‘coaching’

postheadericon A Little-Known Hole in Your Online Marketing Bucket.

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In my last blog post, I introduced you to some great analyzation tools to help you check your site performance and traffic. You can also see if there are any defects on your site. What do I mean by this statement?  Part of my answer is that you can tell by how many times your web site visitors are requesting a certain file or page but they can’t find it on your server; what they’re looking for does not exist.  This is an opportunity for customer service.  What is your potential customer’s experience like on your site? In this post, I shall reveal some simple strategies to rectify this situation.

postheadericon As a New Online Marketer, Do You Leave Your Site Traffic to Chance?

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What is your site telling you?

After you have set up your blog (I will be giving you specifics in another post should you need guidance on this subject), it will be important that you understand how to measure the results of your new online presence, popularity, and effective marketing techniques.  You have laid the foundation, now what?  The next step will be to set up your marketing and let the world know what you have to offer.  There are many types and ways to market your products and services.  If you are a network marketer or direct sales business, typically you will receive ideas and strategies from your upline or sponsors.  After you have duplicated their methods, you then need to track how effective your marketing really is.

postheadericon Making Money Online; The Reality.

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Finding the Right Opportunity for You is Exciting!

"Yes, this works for ME!"

My last blog post was about setting up an online business, expressing your passion, and making the decision to make money online. Just about every type of industry you can think of that might interest you is represented by some type of sales opportunity.

Here’s the problem as I see it. You need money. You have been downsized, laid off, fired, or unemployed. Maybe you just need extra money each month to pay the bills and keep a roof over your head… and oh, yeah, eat. Then someone approaches you with the idea that you ought to try an online business. It might be top tier direct sales, regular direct sales, MLM or network marketing, affiliate marketing, article writing, or something along these lines. Maybe they even suggest doing a bit of everything simultaneously.