Do you want to know the shortcut to online success?
I am sure you do my friend. Starting a business online is not as simple as what the salesletter say to be. I hate to tell you this but this is the absolute truth.
There are so many things to learn when you get into this internet marketing stuff. Stuff like list building, traffic generation, product creation and so on and so forth. That is why so many new comers in this market are suffering from information overload.
So is there a really a shortcut to online success?
My answer to you is YES!
Here is my solution to you
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My name is Elvin Tiong. I am a part time internet marketer and my full time job is mechanical design engineer. I am not an expert in internet marketing field, but I manage to get over 10K of loyal Twitter followers and make sales from my tweets. I am happy to share my success story of using Twitter for marketing with John Yeo’s friends here and how you can make it also.
Not many people know about me in this internet marketing field. However, I am confident to say that thousands of my Twitter followers know me now. I have successfully build my personality online using Twitter. Allow me show you my retweet ranking. This is one of the keys to success in Twitter marketing.
Article Marketing Rocks – Follow my very own story that makes me more than $200+ daily on autopilot!
Hi, I am delighted to have another friend of mine, Ivan Georgiev to talk about how to be successful in the article marketing.
To be successful, one of the key factors is how to write a persuasive article.
It is not easy but it is possible only if you know how.
Today I want to give you some tips that will be usufull for newbies and advanced article
Eric has recently left an interesting post on “Rich! Who Wants To Be Rich?”
Here is another post from him.
I’m working on a new salesletter for a mass traffic campaign me and my partners are working on, and something just hit me pretty hard. Here’s what it is:
“I know this **** like the back of my hand.”
I mean, I’ve written so many salesletters, I can do this in my sleep.
My son is running around my house (he’s almost 2 now) and laughing, screaming, breaking things and my wife has the TV on full blast, and my sister-n-law is slamming doors as she goes from one room to the next upstairs (not sure what she is doing)…
Hi, I am delighted to have one of my buddies, Eric Louviere to talk about how to be successful in the internet marketing business. Now he is living in a million dollar house overlooking the georgeous hill country and Lake Austin. “Beautiful place.
This may be of absolute no surprise to you… and most likely this is NOT you… and most likely, will never be you… because you are here, you’re a Warrior, and you’re a go-getting action taker.
However, if this is you I’m referring to here, then consider it “tough-love” and understand that it very well could be the missing link you need to hear.
You see, I’m convinced now.
Choosing topics: The easy answer is to choose topics that are the same as the website/blog you are promoting. Narrow down the topic so it’s manageable in 350 to 400 words. That may sound like a lot if you aren’t proficient in writing but the words will fly by.
Write as if you were talking with a good friend and answering her/his questions. For example: If you have a dog care website one question you could answer is “How do I know how much protein is in dry dog food?”
Find a writer who will ghostwrite twenty 250 word articles for you. Ghostwritten articles means that the articles are yours to do whatever you like with after you’ve paid for them. The writer can’t ever sell them to anyone else.
Budget about $50 for these articles. Give your keyword phrases to the writer to use in the title of each article. As the articles are completed have them sent to you in batches of 5. That way you can get started and not have to wait for all 20 to be finished.
If you have never worked with the writer before you might be more comfortable paying 50% of the fee up front and then the other 50% when the articles are completed. Or pay for a package of 5 articles to determine the quality before you pay for all of them. Establish a deadline for each batch of five articles to be completed.