Archive for April, 2009

Have you ever wondered why some people release a product and it sells like hot cakes and other products don’t sell at all?

Yaro just released a short video that reveals a very simple technique to find out what people want, so your next product will be a best seller. It’s called the Blue-Sky video and you can watch it now.

I can’t believe how easy this technique is, yet how incredible the insights you can get from doing it. Yaro uses this simple idea each time he launches one of his membership sites. It’s useful because you can find out what people are actually willing to pay money for, rather than waste all that time creating a product and then finding out no one wants it.

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Chances are you’ve seen the ads for the latest and greatest Internet Marketing software program that is suppose to help you make loads of money in short order. It seems more and more these offers can be found at every corner of the Internet. And what’s even better is that they’ll sell this Super Secret software to you for only $97 per month.

I’ve worked in the Internet Marketing field for nearly 9 years and in that time, I’ve seen all kinds of software that promised to help me make money fast. During my years of marketing, I’ve had the opportunity to try out a lot of software meant to be used by Internet Marketers. I can tell you that of all the software I used, I would only buy a few of the programs available if Google didn’t have these free tools available. Most of the software being marketed on the Internet is worthless or there are free versions that do just as good. If I’m being honest here, and I am, the truth is you don’t need a lot of software to make money online.

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by Terry Stanfield

Informative websites are those that will provide all visitors with information that they come to seek and will also keep them coming back for more. There are various online marketing strategies that are used in order to make websites not only appear more interesting, but also to draw attention to the site. Successful websites are not only informative, but they use search engine optimization to get them noticed online. Search engine optimized websites are more successful online than those that are not optimized.

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Any Internet Marketer worth his computer knows that keywords are the life blood of their income. Keywords are what Internet searchers type into search engines. It’s these words that our site’s need to be optimized for if we hope to earn extra money online. A site that is not keyword optimized is a site that’s not making money.

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Is your Internet business flourishing, or do you think it is? Usually, nearly all online entrepreneurs turn a blind eye to these questions because the majority of them, who have still not found the real method to be successful in Internet Marketing, keep on maintaining that just having a website so far is sufficient enough to be successful on the Internet.

Actually, they will all end up quite worried because they don’t understand what makes the success in Internet Marketing. Just a website doesn’t guarantee a thriving online business. How can you be successful without other people knowing that your business is online? It is crucial for Internet Marketing that people get to know your business.

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by Henry Zeng

While we don’t often think about – or even care – how the Google search engine works, it is essential for marketer who is using SEO, or natural search marketing for their online business to understand the basic principles that drive Google.

There are three main parts to Google: Googlebot, The Indexer, and the Query Processor. Believe it or not, understanding how each of the parts works is crucial to your online businesses. Let’s take a look at each of the elements to see how they work.

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by James T Maxwell

So you’re interested in building your own squeeze page. You’re probably wondering what you should include in it. Squeeze pages can come in many forms, but the best ones always have three things in common. Want to know what they are? Read on.

A location for prospects to leave their contact information

This sounds simple enough, right? And it is. Squeeze pages need to have a space designated for prospects to leave you this information. If it weren’t for this, well they just wouldn’t be squeeze pages.

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