As technology and the Internet continue to advance, business owners are finding more ways to showcase their brand online. This includes having and maintaining a company blog. By having an online blog, businesses are able to keep their readers up to date on company happenings, talk about current business trends, and teach their readers new and exciting things. In today’s online world, it is essential for small businesses to create and maintain a blog.
Build the relationship with those leads via automated emails The ability create drip campaigns, or automated email nurturing campaigns, is the key secret to help you earn money online. Imagine being able to have a series of conversations with every single lead you get… in the same order, at the same intervals from their subscription date? This is powerful.
If it’s online blog possible offline advertising is a great idea too. Do not underestimate the power of offline advertising to drive traffic to your website. Classified ads in magazines have built more than one empire. Giveaway items such as pens, coffee cups, or keychains positioned in offline stores can be helpful, too. Not everyone has seen all the IM techniques, so some offline marketing leads may be easier sales.
Building a twitter following – Start following people in you target niche and they will start to follow you. To find people in your niche you can use the twitter search, twellow, etc.
If you have a website product or affiliate product to promote, what you want to do is set up a blog which is free through most sites. In these posts write very informative articles about the subject of your product. Remember, to get paid for your My publications efforts, you must be informative.
Your writing can address a need or can discuss a problem you and others are having. The advertisements are strategically placed so as to entice a reader to click on them for a solution to the problem.
Second, another great book that I wouldn’t dream of doing without. Rick Crandall, PhD.’s book, “Marketing Your Services For People Who Hate To Sell.” This book covers it all, from publicity to writing to networking to advertising. There is not a rainmaking stone left uncovered in this book.
We live in a Web 2.0 world. Everything is visual online. You want the world to see the best you possible. Having a Virtual Assistant(s) proofread your writing is a simple way to put your best foot forward.