Jan 122012
 

Killer Website Copy

Have you ever spent money you didn’t have on web copy that turned out to be pure trash? Then have to either re-write what you paid someone else to do or start over from scratch?

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Copywriting is a science and there is a formula to it. Once you learn that formula, you can repeat it to produce successful website after successful website. You  could even farm out your skills as a successful copy writer to others that are willing to pay highly for your elite services.

In this training you will discover why less copy is better, even though your ego tells you to pack on the words.  You’ll learn how to get inside your readers mind and give them the copy they want to read. After completing the training in this book you will understand how to write headlines that grab the readers by the eyeballs and drag them into your website.

Learning all these secrets has helped me become a much better web copy writer myself. I am certain that you will feel the same as you start reading and learning. Ideas will begin to form in your mind of how you can implement these teachings into your next copy writing project.

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To your Success,

Brad

 

 Posted by at 8:27 pm
Dec 092011
 

In this blog post I am going to teach you more about email marketing. You will learn how to find an email service and what to look for in an email marketing service.

 

Email marketing is one of the internet’s oldest forms of marketing, and still to this day it is one of the best ways to make money on a consistent basis. So the next step for beginners is where the heck do I find one of these services and what should I look for? Sit tight and read on because all that information is right in front of you.

 

 

Briefly let’s go over why you need an email service in the first place. After all, you could just collect a bunch of email addresses and send emails to them one at a time. Or do a mass email from your home email provider.

 

Let me tell you right now that won’t work, at least not very long. Your service provider will consider it as spam and shut you down. Plus it is such a time consuming task that you won’t be able to keep up with it for very long. Marketers did that in the old days, they didn’t have any services to use. Now, you must have permission to send those emails.

 

Here are a few other reasons you should use a respectable email service provider (ESP):

 

Tracking – most will let you know how many opens, and who opened your email

Targeting your emails – you can build multiple lists that target specific buyer interests

Getting past spam filters – major deal here, ESP’s generally have clout with ISP’s so your emails don’t get stuck in the spam box

Time Saving – you can spend 5 minutes queuing up an email and send it to 10,000 people

 

How to Find an Email Service

 

Probably the easiest way to find an email service is just to do a search online. You will come up with thousands of results. There will be free services and paid services. Generally, the paid service is what you want if you plan to build a long term business around it. Free services are ok for small lists or if you only plan to send emails every once in a while. Monthly or quarterly emails would fit into that category.

 

Another way is to look at the bottom of several of your emails, there is usually some sort of a link to the service. See what the most used service is and give them a look. Go into some forums and ask what other marketers are using. Word of mouth is one of the best marketing tools there is. People will tell you what they think, especially if they have had problems with a certain service.

 

You can even give them an old fashioned phone call and talk to them.

 

What to look for in a Good ESP

 

Look at your business needs first. What are your plans for the future? Are you going to be sending emails out daily, weekly monthly etc? Ask about the cost of basic and advanced services. What kind of tracking is provided? What about opt in features, such as squeeze pages or integration into your blog or social network page.

 

Sometimes you may plan to do fancy html encoded emails or newsletters. Some of the free services won’t allow that. You also need to be able to send a standard text version of that fancy email to folks that can’t receive the html coded versions. There are still a lot of those out there.

 

Most good services will have lots of online tutorials about how to get set up and how to do the basic and advanced stuff. Study those and make sure your provider has them available.

 

Pricing is critical. Most services are similar for the basic packages, but once you get to a certain size list your monthly charges increase. Compare the costs and services you get with list sizes and payment plans that are available.

 

Trial periods are nice. Make sure you get a chance to test out the service. Many have a month long trial period for free or $1. Take advantage of that. You may find that you prefer a different service or just don’t really need all the advanced features of a paid service. In that case take another look at some of the free services.

 

Other marketers will be glad to recommend one. Take that advice. Look at what the big guys are using and see if it fits into your business model and budget.

 

On that note, I will recommend the service I use –  Aweber. Most of the marketers I know are using it because of its reputation for deliverability and easy of use.

 

Another good service that many marketers use is Get Response. I don’t know which one has the most users but I would say they are about even with Aweber coming out ahead.

 

I hope you got some good out of what I just taught you about email marketing services. There is more to learn, but it is really a straight-forward thing. You really have to get in and get started. It is a necessity for an online business. Give those two a try and let me know what you think of them.

 

Awber

Get Response 

 

To your Success,

Brad

 Posted by at 7:09 pm
Nov 092011
 

In this blog post I am going to teach you about forum marketing, what to say in forums to improve seo and how to know what to talk about while participating there – without sounding silly.

Forum marketing is a great way to make friends and improve your SEO at the same time. It is also a good way to increase your knowledge of  the topic, and help other folks out as well. Imparting your knowledge to them.

Sometimes a new member of a forum may be overwhelmed with all the conversations that are happening. If you are beginning a forum marketing campaign as part of your overall SEO for your website and you are not familiar with the topic, then you may be a little overwhelmed too.

Not to worry, like they say – just jump in feet first and get wet. By that, I mean you should just start reading the conversations and gather information from them. At first, you can just read through. If you don’t think you know enough to even ask a question, then keep reading more conversations. Eventually you will gain enough knowledge to join the conversation and eventually answer some questions.

Start out by posting a question and see what people reply to you. You may be surprised that others are just as interested in knowing your question as you are. As questions about the 5 best things about your topic, or how to do something related to your topic.

Perhaps you are in a softball forum and don’t know the rules of the game. You could start a thread asking “What are the main rules of softball?”. Or you could ask about what size ball they use. Is it the same for boys as it is for girls, etc.

Maybe you need to know what kind of equipment you need to start playing. Eventually, you will gain enough knowledge from the answers to your questions to start answering other folks questions. You could even just join in on conversations putting in your concern or opinions.

One thing you want to keep in mind is not to be too aggressive. By that I mean don’t be posting too much. Only spend 10-15 minutes at a time in one forum. You can jump around from topic to topic, ask or answer a question in each topic, then move on to another forum and do the same.

You don’t want to appear to be a forum fly, one that spends all day long chatting in that forum. IT can come off as spamming, and that is something you definitely want to avoid.

Another way to gain some knowledge quickly is to just do some research on the topic, do an internet search, buy a book on the subject, maybe read a magazine. You’d be surprised how many folks in those forums are not as informed or educated as they think they are. It won’t take long for you to become an expert on your topic.

Just jump in with both feet, get started today. Procrastination is what causes most internet marketers to fail. You can be a success if you just stay focused and consistent. Use your knowledge of forum marketing to make it a profitable part of your information marketing business.

If you liked what I just taught you I know you will love what you will learn in this training:

The IM Teacher

 

To your success,

Brad

 Posted by at 10:53 pm