No doubt you have read all the hype about internet gurus making thousands of dollars profit a day. Well thats true, but only a select few actually achieve these fantastic results. Also, I am sure you have seen the adverts claiming how easy it is for you to make your fortune by purchasing some magic system that requires very little effort and will run on auto-pilot, generating massive profits for you month after month!Does this sound familiar to you ?Warning: If you are already making more than $ 10,000 a month from selling info products, then this report is NOT for you! This report is directed towards the following people:* First timers who are thinking about making profits online.* Those that have tried to make profit from selling info products, but have not been successful.If you are still reading this report, I will assume that you want to discover how anyone can now make profits online from selling info products.YES it is possible to make money from selling info products and there is absolutely no reason why you shouldnt be able to do so as well.I was one of those internet failures who spent endless hours chasing the dream of easy money in return all I ended up with, was an empty wallet, frustrated, de-motivated and confused. Just about ready to cut my losses and quit, I decided to give it one more try. However, this time I was going to try a completely different approach. Instead of trying to get instant success, I vowed to put in lots of honest hard effort and learn everything I could about internet marketing and making profit online. It took me over 12 months of trial and error, before I could finally claim to have made a success of my internet marketing venture. Not enough to retire on (yet), but enough to make a life changing impact.Looking back on my own experiences, I realized that anyone could make a healthy profit online and a lot quicker if only they knew what to do and how to do it. The internet is a vast place, providing endless opportunities for people to find entertainment, gain knowledge or make money.Just about everything you want to know about almost any subject can be found there and in many cases for little or no cost. The problem most people experience is information overload as there is so much information available and that makes it even more difficult to decide what to use and when to stop researching. For a newbie (buzzword for someone new to the internet) the internet can be a daunting and lonely place. I can recall thinking many times: If only I had a buddy that understood the difficulties I was experiencing and could give answers to themany things that I didnt understand I am pretty sure that something similar has been experienced by most people who make their first attempts at trying to make profits from online marketing.Maybe its even happened to you?As an ex newbie myself, I realized that the knowledge I gained in creating my first successful online home business would be of immense value to anyone wanting to do the same. This was the inspiration to share my success by creating the Internet Business Buddy system Anyone starting out to create a successful online business, can now benefit from the advice of their internet buddy.
Heres another thought-provoking article:Written by Chris CobbWe experienced some excellent and yet incredibly subtle marketing this week - when out for a pre-Christmas dinner, which we combined with a leaving (the country) party for one of our friends.The restaurant in London is apparently quite well-known, although Id never heard of it, and the service was absolutely superb. For example, wines were recommended according to food selections, and we were never left with an empty bottle!Anyway, what really stuck in my mind was the subtle difference in the way that questions were being asked by the waiters...We were asked 'what vegetables would you like with that?' and 'what starter would you like?'Subtle, but I watched as even my head dropped back down to the menu to choose my vegetables and my starter!Its completely different to asking 'would you like.'You're being asked to choose, rather than given the option to say yes or no...Subtle, but very powerful... And you can use this method with your online business as well.You see, when people are in the buying mood (or hungry for a particular product, solution or service), you should offer them a similar product to compliment the product they're in the process of buying.For example, we were hungry for food and were ordering food... The waiters simply pointed us to complimentary 'vegetables' and wines (which we then bought).If online, you could do this by adding something to your order confirmation screen, a pop-up box, or after the sale has been completed with a screen that simply says 'Congratulations! You've just bought x, and we'd like to offer you an immediate discount if you buy y'.An offline business can do this verbally or, as I also experienced this week, with a leaflet within your boxed goods. Subtle, but very powerful forms of marketing... for both online and offline businesses.People buy what they WANT, so if you simply offer them more of what they WANT, there can only ever be one result...If you're not making the money you thought you'd be making at this point, then it's probably because you're not following up with your customers or you're not offering additional complimentary products to help them...And it's important that the products you're offering help people, or solve problems in some way for people.This is all I do - I find certain things, services, products, and sometimes just contact details to help people... and this is how I make my living... by simply helping people with their problems or needs. I do this mainly with online internet marketing and the use of e-mail, but you could implement this offline as well.And, importantly, everyone has some knowledge, interest, story or example of something they've done or achieved that people would not only like to know about, but would be more than willing to pay to hear, read or even be shown first-hand...In this information-age that we live in today, I urge you to make the best use of your knowledge - if not for monetary gain, but to help others in their quest for knowledge...Best wishes,Chris Cobb
Just before you move, you should go through the following checklist and ensure you've taken care of everything on it.Have you arranged new utilities for your new house?Have you taken final meter readings and phoned them in or will phone them in on the first day the utilities are open?Have you informed your bank, mobile phone and any other companies who regularly bill you at your old address of your new address?Do you regularly contract a gardener, milk delivery, maid service or other third party service that you need to cancel?Have you arranged a mail redirect?Have you turned off the gas, water and electricity, if asked?Have you stopped all utilities, and informed any tax or local authorities of your move so that they can adjust your final bill and have it forwarded to your house?Is everything packed, removed, binned or accounted for?If you are leaving furniture, have you checked that there's nothing in, underneath, behind or on top of it?Have you fulfilled any items that will ensure the return of your deposit (if you had one?)Is "everything packed" and clearly marked?Have you paid, or do you have the means to pay for your "new house" , if required?Have you clearly explained, or marked out any repairs required within your old house?Have you left any manuals that you don't need, for appliances or items you're leaving behind?Have you transferred things like your driver's license, visa, passport or work permit to your new address?Once you've ensured you've taken care of everything, you can move on to your new house knowing that you're able to continue your life without fear of disruption, identity theft or needing to contact the new occupants of the house with your problems. You'll also be able to relax and enjoy the move itself.
If you're a candle lover, you might tire of having to follow all the necessary safety rules each time you want to burn your favorite candle. Flameless candles solve this problem while adding just as much beauty and elegance to your home. They look real, but do not impose the hazards of real burning candles.When burning real candles, you must be careful not to place the candle on certain types of surfaces, particularly wood or cloth. Also, the candle should not be left unattended in a room for very long. Real candles can be dangerous around small children and pets, and they can catch fire if the wax and wick are not cared for properly. Also with real candles, you must be concerned with air drafts from windows and doors, or from your home's heating/air system. With flameless LED candles, you can enjoy the beauty of candles without all these worries.What are Flameless Candles?Flameless candles are candles that are battery-operated and created with special electronic features that give the appearance of a real flickering flame. Special LED bulbs are used to create the look and feel of a real burning wax candle. Though there are many types and styles of flameless candles, probably the most sought after are those with a sealed wax top and a realistic blackened wick, as those patented by a company named Candle Impressions using its exclusive Smart Chamber design. These use fine wax and fragrances to achieve the same effects of real scented candles.Flameless Candles and SafetyWith "flameless candles" , safety issues are non-existent because there is no real fire, no wiring, and no melting hot wax. Many apartment buildings, business offices, and rental homes have strict rules about burning candles due to fire code regulations. Flameless candles provide a wonderful alternative to real candles without being a potential fire hazard and/or violating the fire codes where you live or work.Decor Uses for Flameless CandlesFlameless candles often decorate homes for the holidays or during any season - spring, summer, fall, or winter. There are many styles of battery-operated candles with holiday themes, seasonal themes, colors, and fragrances. Flameless candles can be used to decorate for parties, weddings, or other special events. They also make fabulous gifts for birthdays, Christmas, anniversaries, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, and other occasions. The candles are available in many shapes and sizes such as round, swirl, heart, and carved designs. They can come with their own wall sconces or outdoor fixtures with no worry of the wind blowing out the candlelight. Using flameless candles in wall sconces or for outdoor lighting eliminates the need for wiring as well. Battery-operated candles come in various pillar styles such as round (short and tall) or square. There are even fun flameless candles for kids, which make terrific night-lights!You can find a variety of flameless LED candles online. Replace your real candles with these soothing alternative candles, and add worry-free decoration and beauty to your home!
You are most likely coming here as a follow up to my advanced series articles on creating an online business. Today we are going to cover some additional advanced tips to enhance your web site.Now that you have your ads running nicely, you will need to monitor traffic that visits your site. A few important factors to keep in mind are as follows: * How long does a visitor stay on your site? * What percentages of your visitors browse your site? * What conversions are you getting from each landing page? * Unique visitors versus repeat visitorsI want to repeat the cycle that is very important to understand. You want your keywords to bring visitors to the specific landing page that highlights what they are looking for. Put your self in their shoes. Imagine what you would be looking for if you typed a particular keyword in a search engine such as Google and give it to them. If they want to look around after that wonderful, but our goal is to get them to what they want quickly. No one wants to have to look around to find what they want. If we see and ad, we want to get information pertaining to what was in the ad when we click on it.I would suggest monitoring your keywords on a regular basis ensuring that the traffic being brought to your site is relevant. You may need to use some negative keywords to minimize (PPC) Paid Per Click advertising cost. For example if you have a keyword called work at home, you could get traffic from someone typing in assembly "work at home" . You can simply put assembly in as a negative keyword and that would prevent them from being directed to your site and you being charged for the click. You can easily see the fine-tuning process that needs to continue on a regular basis.On a regular basis you will need to fine-tune the following areas: * Keywords, adding, removing and using negative keywords * (PPC) Paid Per Click, monitor and keep bids to a minimum * Conversion rate on campaign ads * Move best converting programs to hot spots * Ensure you have a newsletter so you can keep track of your visitorsOver the years I have found many online tools that make this process easier. In the beginning I spent a lot of time doing this on a regular basis, but either way it was time well spent.I hope you have enjoyed my article series on this topic. There is so much valuable information that is to be learned. I learn daily when working with my site, however having owned business before I can tell you it's worth it. My time spent working has decreased, money increased and I enjoy life much more. I wish you the best. Just remember it will take time and effort to build a successful online business.Please feel free to read both this article or one of my many others by visiting my link in the resource box below. I always enjoy getting emails pertaining to my articles or my site. Your feedback is important to me.