Sunday, April 29, 2012

10 Electrifying Ways To Explode Your Orders.

1. Persuade visitors to link to your web site. Give them a freebie in exchange for them linking to your web site. It could be content, software, etc.

2. Link to web sites that provide useful information or services for your visitors. If you have many useful links on your site, they may make it their start page.

3. Spice-up your web site's wording using plenty of adjectives. It gives your visitors a clearer vision of what your explaining or describing to them.

4. Don't make your banner ads look like ads. Most people ignore banner ads. Design them to look like content and have them click to read the rest.

5. Join affiliate programs that go with the theme of your web site. You'll just be wasting valuable space and time if your visitors aren't interested in them.

6. Market your web site as a free club instead of a web site. They'll increase your repeat visitors and sales because people enjoy belonging to groups.

7. Interact with your online customers on a regular basis. They'll show them you care about them. You could use a chat room, forum or message system.

8. Check your web site links regularly. After people click on one link, and it doesn't work, they usually won't risk wasting their time clicking on another one.

9. Give visitors a positive experience when they're at your web site. Provide them with original content and free stuff. They'll tell all of their friends about it.

10. Share customers with other businesses that have the same target audience. Offer their product to your customers if, in exchange they do the same for you.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

2 Ways To Earn Income On The Net

Lots of people are looking for ways to earn more income online. The first point is finding the right income opportunity.

The Internet offers many opportunities that you can research on your own. In this article we will talk about a few ways you can earn extra income online and you can research the individual opportunities on your own.

1. Network marketing still remains a popular and fun way to develop a walk-away income. Developing an income that pays you over and over is one of the strongest features of network marketing.

There are ordinary people earning money with network marketing that never could do so in the past. There are also Internet marketers who have no background in network marketing using this business model to create a powerful residual income all around the world.

Leveraging your time and duplicating your efforts are two of the drawing cards for network marketing. This is also how it is possible for you to make a residual income as your creative downline of individuals building their own network marketing business.

You get paid every time a product moves through your downline either through wholesale or retail sales. Over time this can turn into a very large residual income.

2. Another way to earn residual income is building a lucrative high traffic blog. This is an excellent way to make money online because you can blog on things that interest you.

You can monetize your blog in numerous ways, but one commonly used is incorporate the Google Adsense affiliate program into all of your blog articles. This is a hands-off way to create income and as you develop a high traffic blog.

Selling advertising to businesses interested in Internet marketing is another benefit of making money with a high traffic blog. This lets you focus on writing blog articles and billing your advertisers once a month.

The residual income part of this comes into play as your blog grows to the point that the traffic is self-sustaining. You can even outsource adding fresh content to blog writers which really frees up your time to enjoy the money you are making.

In summary, these are just two ways to earn residual income on the Internet. Finding the right residual income opportunity in network marketing is something anyone can do.

Building income that pays you consistently with a high traffic blog is a fun way to make money and one that appeals to many Internet marketers.

Friday, April 27, 2012

10 More Ways To Make People Click To Your Site

We all need traffic here are 10 more ways to make people click

1. Use reverse psychology on your banner ads. You could tell people not to click on your banner ad. For example "Don't Click Here If You Are Comfortable With Your Looks"

2. Make your banner ad words as attractive as possible. Use words like ultimate, powerful, sizzling,hot, etc. Your words should relate and highlight your total offer.

3. Offer a discount offer on your banner ad. People are always looking for good deals. You could offer a percentage discount, dollar discount, buy one get one free discount, etc.

4. Use a testimonial on your banner ad. They'll give people proof they aren't wasting their time clicking on your banner ad. The testimonial should include enough information so they understand the offer.

5. You could have a famous and respectable person on your banner ad representing your product, website or service. People will click because they'll trust them over you.

6. Use a strong guarantee on your banner ad. You could include the guarantee as a headline for your offer. It could read double or triple your money back guarantee, lifetime your money back guarantee, etc.

7. Tell people to click on your banner ad. Newbies to the internet may net even know they can click on banners. Just having the phrase "click here" on your banner will increase your clickthroughs.

8. You could advertise a trial or sample offer. This will tell people there is no risk or obligation if they click on your banner ad and try out your product or service.

9. Tell people the major benefit of your product, website or service on your banner ad. It could be benefits like make money, lose weight, increase energy, save money, save time, etc.

10. You could advertise a free offer on your banner ad. People love free stuff. The freebie should relate to your target audience. If the freebie is attractive to them they will click.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

10 More Ways To Bring More Money In

1. Give people a free online utility. When you offer a utility that can solve a person's problem, people will definitely visit your web site.

2. Offer a free affiliate/reseller program. When you offer people a free opportunity to make money they will line up to visit your web site.

3. Supply news stories related to your site. People want current news on the topics they are interested in. You could also include new "how to" articles.

4. Offer your visitors a free community. People like to have a place were they can have discussions with others on a particular subject.

5. Make people feel safe when they order. Explain to them you won't sell their e-mail address and all their personal information will be kept confidential.

6. Offer free samples or trials of your product. This will let people experience your product and attract people to your web site.

7. Make your ad copy attractive. Your ad should lists benefits before the features. Include guarantee sand testimonials in your ad.

8. Remind people to come back and visit your site.They usually don't purchase the first time. The more times they visit, the greater the chance they'll buy.

9. Let people know anything about your business history. They'll feel more comfortable if they know who they are buying from.

10. Give people as many ordering options. Accept credit cards, checks, money orders, and other forms of electronic paymen 
"May the blessing of light be on you, light without and light within. May the blessed sunshine shine on you and warm your heart till it glows like a great peat fire, so that the stranger may come and warm himself at it, and also a friend." --

Traditional Irish blessing

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Points to Consider When Starting A Work At Home Business

When the opportunity arises to start a work at home business there are several points to consider before beginning. These points can make a work at home business run more smoothly, save money and bring success. Planning is very important when starting a work at home business.

The first thing to consider is what kind of business to start. What kind of products or services will likely be sold? Is it a product you’re selling for someone else or is it your own invention? Is it a service you will perform yourself or are there others that will do this? Will it be an online program? Finding the right niche is very important and everything will revolve around this.

Second, where will this business be located? It is important to have a space for this purpose and only this purpose. Preferably a separate room with a door that can be closed for quiet and privacy. There needs to be enough room for a desk and any other furniture you desire. Also, if there are products that must be kept in your office, make sure you have the room to store them. If you make your own product, make sure you have a space for this purpose so everything can be organized and streamlined. The worst thing is being unorganized. It wastes time and time is money.

Third is budget. What kind of budget can you work with? With every business, whether it be online or brick and mortar, there comes cost. Cost to make the product, advertising, any kind of monthly fee for programs you are involved with, even the internet connection. Consider any kind of furniture or office supplies that are needed. A monthly budget must be laid out so over spending can be avoided. Do not take on more than can be afforded.

Fourth is advertising. Consider the type of advertising you like. Some may like running ads in newspapers and others may prefer solo ads in online ezines. Whatever you decide, make an advertising plan and stick to it. Make sure it is within the budget you set up though.

Time is the fifth point to consider. If a job is still held outside the home until the home business becomes successful, make sure there is sufficient time to work on the home business. Balancing work, home and children is hard enough. Trying to build a home business on top of all that may be challenging. Set a schedule that is realistic and follow it. Don’t forget to schedule some down time too. You’ll need to relax and spend time with family.

After considering these points you can create a plan and start building your own successful work at home business.

Monday, April 23, 2012

How to Price Your E-Book

You've written and compiled an ebook. Now you have to decide how much to charge for it. Finding the right price is essential to the success of your product. If you charge too little, people will think it's of little value, and they won't purchase it, or even it they do buy your book, you will have to sell thousands of copies to get to the point where you can begin to see a profit. If you price it too high when compared with your competition, you will find yourself steadily lowering the price, which will cause you all kinds of new problems in the future. For example, if you sell your ebook at first for $39.99, and later reduce it to $24.95, don't you think the people who bought it for $39.99 are going to be upset?

Choosing the right price for your ebook is one of the most critical parts of the marketing process. The first rule of pricing ebooks is to never underprice. Determine the highest price your audience can afford, and then if you find your book isn?t selling, you can always reduce the price. Before you take that step, make sure you are promoting your book like crazy on the Internet and on websites. The price should be aimed at bringing in profits, but you should never forget that price is one of the factors that people use in judging the value of your ebook ? before they buy it. So always start with the highest price, and then launch a mega-marketing campaign.

Pricing an ebook is particularly difficult because ebooks are a fairly new commodity. Since they are digital, the value of an ebook is as confusing as the understanding of what digital actually is to the average layperson. This means that we must look at ebooks in a different light in order to determine their actual worth in this brave, new cyber world. Let's look at the difference between a book in print and an ebook. A printed book is an object you can hold in your hand, store on your bookshelf, even hand down to the next generation. It is priced on factors such
as paper stock, design and production costs, and marketing.

But the fact that unites ebooks and print books is that they are composed of ideas. It is the ideas in these books that have the ability to change, or possibly transform, people's lives. What do you think an idea is worth when evaluated against the cost of paper and ink? It is the IDEAS that are valuable! That is how you determine the cost of your ebook. What should I charge for my ideas?

There are all different formulas and methods for determining the correct price for your ebook. Let's begin with honing in on your ultimate goals. Decide if your goal is to get wide distribution and maximum exposure. This goal is aimed at drawing customers to your business or service, or to establishing the credibility of your reputation. If this is your main goal, you should aim to keep your price on the low side. Some authors have even priced their ebooks at a profit loss to draw a high number of new customers. The key is to find a price that maximizes your profits and the number of books you sell.

This is an excellent pricing strategy if you are looking to acquire long-term customers. Long-term customers are extremely likely to buy from you again and again ? as long as the first ebook they buy is of exceptional quality and beneficial to the customer. However, if your book contains valuable ? and more importantly NEW information, references, or techniques ? then you should aim to price it on the high end.

After you figure out your goal, you must figure out what your audience's need is for your ebook. For example, does your book solve a particular problem? If it does, and solves it in a way that hasn't been written about in one hundred other ebooks, you will be able to achieve high sales at a high price. If your book solves a problem or answers questions in a new and unique way, you should price your book as high as you can go. You will achieve larger profits this way, but bring in fewer customers. Just make sure the question or problem that your book solves is one that is important and relevant to the majority of your market audience. If your ideas are not common knowledge, or you are presenting a brand new technique, you will be able to sell books at a high price. Just be prepared for your competition to undercut you on price as soon as they hear about your book.

Keep in mind that the above pricing strategy is temporary. Eventually, you will cease to sell books at this high price. So figure out in advance how long you plan to offer your ebook at this high price, and whenthat time is up, change your pricing strategy. If you want to see large profits over customer draw, aim for an audience that is looking for easy solutions to their problems at a low price. If your book is
aimed at solving one particular problem rather than general advice, then you can charge more. Start at the highest price the market will bear to bring in the largest profits, and plan to discount the book a number of times throughout the year.

Marketing Strategies

The key that unlocks the sales potential of your ebook is to find a single sentence that becomes your selling handle. This sentence states what question or problem your book answers and the benefits your ebook can provide. Then be sure to use that sentence in every piece of sales and promotional material, and every time anyone asks you about your ebook.

Besides promoting your books assiduously online, there are several other strategies that can help you sell more books. One is to give something away for free with your book, such as a valuable bonus item. Or bundle several ebooks under one price, which lowers the price for each ebook if they were sold separately.

An effective technique for figuring out a price is to send out a survey to your current customers. If these customers have already bought an ebook from you, ask for their opinion in terms of price. Do this by creating a sales page for the new book, but don't include a price on that page. Instead, add a number of links to survey questions that ask pointed questions to aid you in assigning a price to your ebook.

Another strategy is to test out prices by creating a number of duplicate sales pages with different prices on each page. Make sure your sales copy is exactly the same on every page, and includes your selling-handle sentence. Then figure out for each page the conversion ratio between visitors to your site and sales of your book. This will tell you what your optimum price is.

Ultimately, if you've written a book that solves a problem or presents a new technique, your book will bring in both traffic and profits. So be sure to write that selling-handle sentence that sums up what problem your book solves and what the benefits of your book will be to the customers who purchase it. And then watch your market come to you!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

“Impossible is a word only to be found in the dictionary of fools.”

Napoleon Bonaparte.
E-Books are Promotional Powerhouses

Ebooks are part of the new frontier of cyberspace. They are an entirely new medium for sharing marketing information, ideas, techniques, and expert knowledge. Each day the number of people accessing the Internet grows, causing the exposure of your ebook to increase incrementally. It's obvious why electronic self-publishing has become so popular so quickly.

The publishing industry, I hope, does not intend to forever banish the printed word to the dustbin of history. Books in print have their own special qualities and merits, and the world would be diminished by their disappearance. Having said that, let's look at what makes ebooks soimportant and so unique. Ebooks have certain abilities and qualities that other mediums do not possess.

For example, ebooks are fairly easy to produce, and their production cost is inexpensive. Just think about it: you don't need a publisher, an agent, a printing press, offset film, ink, paper, or even a distributor. You just need a great concept, the ability to write it or to hire a writer, and the right software.

Additionally, ebooks are easily and rapidly distributed online. They are also easily updated; they do not require a second print run. All you need is to go into your original creation and modify the text or graphics. Because of this flexibility, ebooks can change and grow as fast as you can type. Ebooks are also immediately obtainable. You don't have to go to a bookstore or search through endless titles at an online bookstore. All you have to do is download it from a website, and presto! It's on your computer, ready to be read.

Ebooks are interactive. This is one of the most unique and specific qualities that ebooks offer. You can add surveys that need to be filled out, order forms for customers to purchase your products or goods, sound and video that draw your reader into the virtual world of your ebook, even direct links to relevant sites that will expand your ebook outward. The potential is virtually limitless.

Ebooks have a particular kind of permanence that other mediums do not possess. Television shows and radio shows air once, and then may rerun a few times. Ebooks remain on your computer for as long as your choose, and they can be read and reread whenever you choose to. They can even be printed out and stored on the shelves of your traditional home library.

Another wonderful quality is that ebooks have no barriers in terms of publishing. You don't need to go through the endless process of submitting your manuscript over and over again, and then once you land an agent, having the agent submit your manuscript over and over again. Nor do you have to shell out thousands of dollars for printing a self-published book. All ebooks require is a writer and appropriate software. Figure out your market, write your book, post it on your website, and with the right business savvy, your audience will come to you.

Finally, you have creative control over your ebook. You don?t have to compromise with an editor or the publishing trends of the time. You don't have to haggle with a designer or wait for copyedited galleys to arrive by snail mail. You are in complete control of the design and the text.

How to Use ebooks for Marketing and Promotion

There are innumerable ways to use ebooks to promote your business and drive quality traffic to your website. Once posted on your site, you can turn them into a daily course, which brings your customer back to read the next chapter. You can use them as a free gift for making a purchase or for filling out a survey. Put your ebook on a disc, and you will have an innovative brochure. Blow your competition away by inserting the disc into your sales packages.

The most effective marketing products are those that are unique. Copyright your ebook, and immediately, you have a powerful tool that you, and you alone, can offer to the public. People will have to visit your site to acquire your ebook, which increases the flow of quality traffic and the potential of sales and affiliate contacts. Make sure that you keep your ebook current. Update it frequently as the market and trends change. Add new advice and techniques to show your prospects how your goods or services can enrich their lives. By constantly keeping abreast of new trends and techniques, you can continue to see profits from your ebook for years after your original creation.

Another phenomenal advantage of ebooks is that you can test their marketing potential without putting out hardly any cash at all. You can even produce an ebook one copy at a time, each time you receive an order, eliminating the need for storage and inventory. By this method, you can gauge the saleablity of your ebook, and make adjustments as necessary until the orders start pouring in. Ebooks allow you to learn about your market and customer habits and motivation over a period of time, without risking your precious financial resources. They also provide you with an invaluable way to gather marketing information, which you can use in many different facets of your business.

Use your ebook to discover what the specific goals and problems are in your specific industry. Then figure out how to solve these problems, and publish an ebook with this invaluable information. This will increase the value of your business, upgrade your reputation, and get you known as an expert in your field.

You can extend the value of single ebook by breaking the book down into chapters for a serial course, into special reports available on your website, or into audio or visual tapes. Ebooks can be broken down into several different promotional materials by excepting some of the articles and using them to promote your product. You can include a catalog in your ebook to promote all the products or services you sell. You can include a thank-you note for reading your book and an invitation to download a trial version of your product. Or you can include a form for your audience to contact you for further information or with questions, thereby building your business relationships and your mailing list.

Using ebooks in this manner helps to cut the cost of individually producing separate promotional materials. You can use a single ebook to entice new prospects and to sell new products to your current customers. No other medium has this kind of flexibility and ability for expansion. Think of your ebook like a spider spinning a beautiful and intricate web. Now go and create that web, and see how many customers and prospects you can catch!


Saturday, April 21, 2012

“Do the things you fear, and the death of fear is certain.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Steps to Publishing Success

Even if your best friend owns a top publishing company, giving you an immediate "in," this does not guarantee publishing success. First, you have to write a quality book that has a clear target audience. And your book must answer a common problem or need that audience shares. Then you have to develop a marketing plan, and stick to it for at least two years.

Let's begin with the process that should commence before you write your first word. Begin by reading A LOT. Read both books you passionately love and books you can't seem to make it past page five. Then figure out what the author did in the book you loved, and what was wrong with in the book you couldn't finish. Write down these points so they are crystal clear to you. Read other people's books for inspiration and to discover what you should avoid as a writer.

The next step is to plan out your book. Narrow down your subject, and then divide it into chapters. Each chapter should address a specific aspect of the problem your book is going to solve. In each chapter, break the specific aspect down into several parts. This will help your readers take in your information a bit at a time instead of overwhelming them with every bit of information clogging up the pages until they feel like they're about to go blind. It's not quite spoon-feeding the information to your readers, but it's close.

The next two steps are obvious. Write your book and then revise it. And then revise it again. And perhaps again. Of course, writing is extremely hard, and writing a book can seem like an impossible task. There are many books out there that give you guidelines to help you become familiar - and even love - the process of writing and revision. Find a number of books about writing. Better yet, find a number of books about writing the specific type of book you aspire to write. These can serve as roadmaps on your writing journey.

Once you've written your ebook and revised it at least twice, show it to someone else whose opinion you respect. If you're lucky enough to know a good editor, see if you have something to barter for him or her to go through your manuscript. Or join a writing group and let the other members critique your work. Then take all these ideas from other people, and revise your manuscript one last time. And then stop!
Put down that pen! Get your hands off the keyboard! One of the most important steps to actually producing a book is to know when to stop writing and tinkering with it. finally written your ebook! Pop open the bubbly! Give yourself a night out on the town! Okay, now that this necessary celebration is out of your system, what do you do next?

How to turn your ebook into Profits

Ebooks are a revolutionary way to publish your book without incurring the costs of print production. All you need is a relevant and targeted subject and some inexpensive software, and you can transform your manuscript into a book. The problem, in terms of actually seeing any profits from your ebook, is that the market is overwhelmed with ebooks, and many of them are not worth the time it takes to download them. Just because the ability exists to easily produce an ebook, doesn't make it good writing.

Make sure your book does not simply rehash old material. You will injure your credibility as an author by claiming to offer valuable new insights and disappointing your audience with material they've read a zillion times before. So spend enough time writing and revising your book to make sure it's of the highest quality and presents the most current information. A good book will eventually sell itself; false claims about your book will make it extremely difficult to sell any future books you may write.

Assuming you have determined that you do indeed have a quality product that answers some question or need of your target audience with NEW information, how do you know how much to charge for it? Rule number 1: Set a price for your book equal to its value. An under-priced book will only give the impression that your book isn't worth very much. To figure out a fair price, estimate how much time you put into creating it and how difficult it was to transform the necessary information into understandable and engaging writing. Figure out how much your time and effort is worth, and then price it accordingly. The goal is for you to be adequately compensated for your talent, your time, and your effort.

Once you've figured out a price that is high enough to convey the value of the book, but not so high as to be out of the reach of your target audience's mean budget, then it's time to offer it for sale on your website. To attract sales, you will need to develop a promotional campaign, particularly if you are an unknown author. There are multitudes of books about self-promotion that will guide you in your efforts. Choose a plan that is both creative and professional. Learn how to write a catchy yet informative press release, and send copies of your ebook to sites that specialize in ebook reviews.

Learn how to write powerful sales copy, or hire someone to write it for you. This is an essential. You absolutely need excellent sales copy to sell your book. Make sure the copy includes all the reasons your target audience needs your book, and the benefits they will derive from buying it. Use graphics in your promotional materials. Beautiful graphics have the power to instantly convey the quality and value of your ebook. Graphics can also convey the amount of valuable information the book contains, and your careful attention to detail.Professional graphics sell professional books. They reassure the customer that the product is what it claims to be. Consider excerpting chapters for articles. You can offer these tidbits for free on your website as a sort of demo of your book. Include an order form for your ebook at the end of the excerpted articles.

Finally, when you set-up your download link, make sure to simplify the process. It's a good idea to offer a few bonuses that make your book even more enticing to purchase, but make sure the bonuses are valuable and high quality. Too many bonuses that are basically a load of useless stuff will compromise the impression your audience has of your ebook. The goal is to convey to your audience that they are getting a quality product for a good deal. That means applying restraint, especially when it comes to adding bonus items. Too much free stuff offered diminishes your credibility. Make sure your book is a quality product. Make sure it is relevant and current. Develop an effective marketing plan that includes excellent sales copy and excerpted articles. Then offer your book for sale, and wait for your audience to discover you!


Friday, April 20, 2012

“ The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”

Walt Disney.
Choosing an E-Book Compiler

What is an eBook compiler?

You've written and revised your ebook, hired an artist who has produced outstanding graphics,and now you're ready to actually put together your ebook. What you need to make an ebook is software called an ebook Compiler. There are many different compilers to chose from, but first, you need to know exactly what an ebook Compiler does. Here is the simple explanation: An ebook compiler is a software program that converts either text pages or HTML text into a single executable file or an ebook.If you or someone you hired has created a file with graphics in HTML, you will need an HTML ebook Compiler. This type of compiler requires a working knowledge of the HTML tag language. You can also use software to do this for you, such as Microsoft FrontPage or Macromedia Dreamweaver.

How do you choose an eBook Compiler?

There are a large number of ebook Compilers available on the market, all with glowing sales copy and tekkie language. It can get very confusing and overwhelming very fast without some simple guidelines to help you figure out which compiler is right for you.

Choosing an ebook Compiler depends on a number of factors:

1. How did you create your pages? Did you use HTML or PDF format? There are many more compilers available for HTML, but you can find some very good compilers that will covert your PDF files into an ebook.

2. Consider how easy the program is to use and the thoroughness of the software's instruction manual.. It is absolutely necessary that the compiler you buy have an instructional manual, documentation, or online "wizards." If it doesn't, your chances of figuring out how to correctly use the program are compromised, and the time required doing so is going to be significant. Many manufacturers of compilers offer a free trial version so you can play around with it and see if it suits your needs. Download the trial version and ascertain that it actually does what it claims to do.

3. Security features. If you plan to sell your ebook, check out the security features of the compiler software carefully. Security features should include: prevention of the reader from modifying text, access only to the pages you assign or by entering a password, different ways of generating passwords such as secure passwords, user-friendly, and open passwords.

4. Supported scripting. Find out what scripts the software supports. Scripting allows you to create special effects, customize menus, and create and modify other user interactivity. Choose a compiler that permits you to include graphics, search windows, hyperlinks, forms, surveys, etc.

5. Pricing. This is a factor that is not always easy to gauge. The highest priced compilers are not automatically your best choice. Choose your compiler based on the necessary requirements for your Ebook. That means you need to know exactly how you plan to use your Ebook and what functions you require. Let's look at some of these factors in more detail. First of all, make sure you have the correct browser to run the compiler. The majority of HTML compilers use Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape. Check out the version that the compiler supports. Compilers that require a browser will not run on a computer that does not have the required browser installed. However, there are ebook HTML compilers that don't require you to have any browser installed on your computer.

These compilers run on any Windows system. If you choose a compiler that requires a browser, check to ascertain that the browser is installed correctly and that it is properly configured to the specifications of the compiler. Check to see if certain functions are turned off or on, and make any adjustments according to the compiler instructions. Security is an essential element of any compiler, regardless of whether you plan to sell or give away your ebook. One of the main reasons for using a compiler is to prevent the reader from modifying the contents. A secure compiler allows access only to the pages you want the user to access unless they enter a correct password.

To find out how secure an ebook HTML compiler is, open an ebook on it. While it is open, check the temporary directory of your computer. This can usually be accessed by typing in C:\Windows\temp. If you see a bunch of files when your ebook is open or running, it means that your computer is decompressing the secure data from your ebook before showing the ebook to the viewer. This method is not secure! It means that anyone with the knowledge of how to access these temporary files can steal the secure data and then they can fiddle with your ebook to their evil heart's desire. Remember, one of the main purposes of buying and using an HTML compiler is to protect your property.

Next, let's discuss passwords. When trying to choose an ebook Compiler, check out the type of passwords that the compiler supports. Almost all compilers offer some kind of password protection that insures that the user can only access the contents they have purchased from you. However, the best compilers offer varied ways to generate different types of passwords. Choose a compiler that gives you the options of secure, user-friendly, and open password generation.

Another important factor when it comes to passwords is how the compiler generates them. A compiler that has internal password protection generation built into the software is more secure than compilers that link to live Internet password control systems. Find out if the compiler generates passwords online. If it has this option, it allows you to choose any payment processing system you want or to do thepayment processing yourself.

Next, look into the size of ebook the compiler supports. The best compilers can create ebooks up to 2 GB in size without decompressing the HTML pages or images to your hard disk. Usually, ebooks that are 2 GB in size can easily support 6 GB of compressed data. The catch here is that only text files will generally be compressible. You do not want a compiler that decompresses this amount of data when the user attempts to open your ebook. This would mean that anyone who purchases your
ebook will have to wait for all the data to decompress before they can access your ebook right after downloading it. So look for compilers that only decompress temporarily files that are NOT HTML to the local hardisk. Non-HTML files include Flash, Word, and Acrobat files. This type of compiler is more secure and certainly faster.

Make sure the compiler you choose is compatible with your system software. Check out what version of Windows it requires, and make sure you have that version before buying your compiler. Support issues are extremely important. Choose a compiler that includes an installation program. This allows your user to choose a number of different places on their computer to install the ebook, to place a shortcut on their desktop, and to add the ebook, if they choose, to the Start Programs menu. You also want excellent and accessible vendor support.

Make sure you can access quick technical support! At three o'clock in the morning, this factor will be VERY important. Also, check to see the terms of free technical support offered.. Unlimited technical support is obviously the best option. Check to see if the company that puts out the compiler software offers a service level agreement. This agreement is to assure you of their quality response to your questions or problems. A good thing to consider is how long the compiler hasbeen on the market. Usually, the version number will give you an idea. The longer the program is on the market, the higher the version number, the more bugs have been worked out.

When choosing an ebook compiler, do not be swayed by incredible promises and dazzling sales copy. Do your homework first, and then consider all the above issues and factors before choosing an ebook compiler.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

“Go for it now. The future is promised to no one.”

Wayne Dyer.
Writers Block

What is writer's block? Well, I just can't think of a single darn thing to say. Oh well, I'm outta here! Sound familiar? No! Oh, get real! We've all experienced this phenomenon when we absolutely have to write something, particularly on deadline. I'm talking about. . . . .uh, I can't think of what the word is . . . oh, yes, it's on the tip of my tongue . . . it's: WRITER'S BLOCK!!!! Whew! I feel better just getting that out of my head and onto the page!

Writer's block is the patron demon of the blank page. You may think you know EXACTLY what you're going to write, but as soon as that evil white screen appears before you, your mind suddenly goes completely blank. I'm not talking about Zen meditation stare-at-the-wall-until-enlightenment-hits kind of blank. I'm talking about sweat trickling down the back of your neck, anguish and panic and suffering kind ofblank. The tighter the deadline, the worse the anguish of writer's block gets.

Having said that, let me say it again. "The tighter the deadline, the worse the anguish of writer's block gets." Now, can you figure out what might possibly be causing this horrible plunge into speechlessness? The answer is obvious: FEAR! You are terrified of that blank page. You are terrified you have absolutely nothing of value to say. You are afraid of the fear of writer's block itself!

It doesn?t necessarily matter if you've done a decade of research and all you have to do is string sentences you can repeat in your sleep together into coherent paragraphs. Writer's block can strike anyone at any time. Based in fear, it raises our doubts about our own self-worth, but it's sneaky. It's writer's block, after all, so it doesn't just come and let you know that. No, it makes you feel like an idiot who just had your frontal lobes removed through your sinuses. If you dared to put forth words into the greater world, they would surely come out as gibberish! Let's try and be rational with this irrational demon. Let's make a list of what might possibly be beneath this terrible and terrifying condition.

1. Perfectionism. You must absolutely produce a masterpiece of literature straight off in the first draft. Otherwise, you qualify as a complete failure.

2. Editing instead of composing. There's your monkey-mind sitting on your shoulder, yelling as soon as you type "I was born?," no, not that, that's wrong! That's stupid! Correct correct correct correct?

3. Self-consciousness. How can you think, let alone write, when all you can manage to do is pry the fingers of writer's block away from your throat enough so you can gasp in a few shallow breaths? You're not focusing on what you're trying to write, your focusing on those gnarly fingers around your windpipe.

4. Can't get started. It's always the first sentence that's the hardest. As writers, we all know how EXTREMELY important the first sentence is. It must be brilliant! It must be unique! It must hook your reader's from the start! There's no way we can get into writing the piece until we get past this impossible first sentence.

5. Shattered concentration. You're cat is sick. You suspect your mate is cheating on you. Your electricity might be turned off any second. You have a crush on the local UPS deliveryman. You have a dinner party planned for your in-laws. You . . . Need I say more. How can you possibly concentrate with all this mental clutter?

6. Procrastination. It's your favorite hobby. It's your soul mate. It?s the reason you've knitted 60 argyle sweaters or made 300 bookcases in your garage workshop. It's the reason you never run out of Brie.


Tuesday, April 17, 2012

How to Make Your E-Book User Friendly

You must figure out how to keep your writing engaging. Often anecdotes, testimonials, little stories, photos, graphs, advice, and tips will keep the reader turning the pages. Sidebars are useful for quick, accessible information, and they break up the density of the page.

Write with a casual, conversational tone rather than a formal tone such as textbook diction. Reader's respond to the feeling that you are having a conversation with them. Break up the length and structure of your sentences so you don?t hypnotize your readers into sleep. Sentences that are all the same length and structure tend to be a good aid for insomnia!

Good writing takes practice. It takes lots and lots of practice. Make a schedule to write at least a page a day. Read books and magazines about the process of writing, and jot down tips that jump out at you. The art of writing is a lifetime process; the more you write (and read), the better your writing will become. The better your writing becomes, the bigger your sales figures.

In an ebook that is read on the screen, be aware that you must give your reader's eye a break. You can do this by utilizing white space. In art classes, white space is usually referred to as "negative space. "Reader's eyes need to rest in the cool white oasises you create on your page. If
your page is too dense your reader will quit out of it as soon as their eyes begin to tear.

Make use of lists, both bulleted and numbered. This makes your information easy to absorb, and gives the reader a mental break from dissecting your paragraphs one after the other. Finally, decide on an easy-to-read design. Find a font that's easy on the eyes, and stick to that font
family. Using dozens of fonts will only tire your readers out before they've gotten past your introduction. Use at least one and a half line spacing, and text large enough to be read easily onthe screen, but small enough so that the whole page can be seen on a computer screen. You will have to experiment with this to find the right combination.

Of course, don't forget to run a spell and grammar check. You are judged by something as minor as correct punctuation, so dont mess up a great book by tossing out semicolons randomly, or stringing sentences together with commas. (By the way, that's called a "comma splice.") Last of all, create an index and a bibliography. That's it! You've written a book! Now all you have to do is publish your ebook online, and wait for download request from your website visitors.

“You cannot turn over a field by turning it over in your mind.”

Author Unknown.

Monday, April 16, 2012

“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no help at all.”

Dale Carnegie.
Start an E-Book Business 2

The hardest part of writing is the first sentence. When you look at the whole project, it seems like an impossible task. That's why you have to break it down into manageable tasks. Think of climbing a mountain. You are standing at the foot of it and looking up at its summit vanishing into the clouds. How can you possibly scale such an immense and dangerous mountain?

There is only one way to climb a mountain ? step by step.

Now think of writing your ebook in the same light. You must create it step by step, and one day, you will take that last step and find yourself standing on the summit with your head in the clouds.

The first thing you have to do, as if you actually were a mountain climber, is to get organized. Instead of climbing gear, however, you must organize your thoughts. There are some steps you should take before you begin. Once you've gone through the following list, you will be ready to actually begin writing your ebook.

Beginning Steps to Writing an ebook

First, figure out your ebook's working title. Jot down a few different titles, and eventually, you'll find that one that will grow on you. Titles help you to focus your writing on your topic; they guide you in anticipating and answering your reader's queries. Many non-fiction books also have subtitles. Aim for clarity in your titles, but cleverness always helps to sell books ? as long as it's not too cute. For example, Remedies for Insomnia: twenty different ways to count sheep. Or: Get off that couch: fifteen exercise plans to whip you into shape.

Next, write out a thesis statement. Your thesis is a sentence or two stating exactly what problem you are addressing and how your book will solve that problem. All chapters spring forth from your thesis statement. Once you've got your thesis statement fine-tuned, you've built your foundation. From that foundation, your book will grow, chapter by chapter.

Your thesis will keep you focused while you write your ebook. Remember: all chapters must support your thesis statement. If they don't, they don't belong in your book. For example, your thesis statement could read: We've all experienced insomnia at times in our lives, but there are twenty proven techniques and methods to give you back a good night's sleep.

Once you have your thesis, before you start to write, make sure there is a good reason to write your book.

Ask yourself some questions:

* Does your book present useful information and is that information currently relevant?
* Will you book positively affect the lives of your readers?
* Is your book dynamic and will it keep the reader's attention?
* Does you book answer questions that are meaningful and significant?

If you can answer yes to these questions, you can feel confident about the potential of your ebook.

Another important step is to figure out who your target audience is. It is this group of people you will be writing to, and this group will dictate many elements of your book, such as style, tone, diction, and even length. Figure out the age range of your readers, their general gender, what they are most interested in, and even the socio-economic group they primarily come from. Are they people who read fashion magazines or book reviews? Do they write letters in longhand or spend hours every day online. The more you can pin down your target audience, the easier it will be to write your book for them.

Next, make a list of the reasons you are writing your ebook. Do you want to promote your business? Do you want to bring quality traffic to your website? Do you want to enhance your reputation?

Then write down your goals in terms of publishing. Do you want to sell it as a product on your website, or do you want to offer it as a free gift for filling out a survey or for ordering a product? Do you want to use the chapters to create an e-course, or use your ebook to attract affiliates around the world? The more you know upfront, the easier the actual writing will be.

Decide on the format of your chapters. In non-fiction, keep the format from chapter to chapter fairly consistent. Perhaps you plan to use an introduction to your chapter topic, and then divide it into four subhead topics. Or you may plan to divide it into five parts, each one beginning with a relevant anecdote.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

“Regardless of what you are doing, if you pump long enough, hard enough, enthusiastically enough, sooner or later the effort will bring forth to reward.”

Zig Zigler.
Start an E-Book Business 1

Lets go a step further, perhaps your goals are more finely tuned in terms of the
e-book scene. Maybe you want to build a whole business around writing and publishing e-books. Essentially, you want to start an e-business. So if you are thinking of setting up a website to promote and market your e-books, you could also be thinking of producing an ezine.

One of the most common reasons that people read an e-book, is to find information about how to turn their Internet businesses into a profit-making machine. And these people are looking to the writers of e-books to provide them with new ideas and strategies because, people that write e-books are usually people who understand the new cyberspace world we now live in.

E-book writers are experts in Internet marketing campaigns and the strategies of promoting and distributing e-books. The cyberspace community needs its
e-books to be successful so that more and more e-books will be written.

You may want to create affiliate programs that will also market your e-book. Affiliates can be people or businesses worldwide that will all be working to sell your e-books. Think about this? Do you see a formula for success here?

Figure out what your subject matter is, and then narrow it down. Your goal is to aim for specificity. Research what's out there already, and try to find a gap that your e-book might fill. Make yourself an expert. You could write an e-book about a wedding cake business? Or an e-book on caring for elderly pets?. Or you could write one about the fine points of collecting ancient pottery?

You don't have to have three master’s degrees to write about your subject. People need advice that is easy to read and easily understood. Parents need advice for dealing with their teenagers. College students need to learn good study skills - quickly. The possibilities are endless.

After you've written your e-book, getting your e book out is going to be your main focus once you've finished writing it, just as it is with print books. People will hesitate to buy any book from an author they've never heard of. Wouldn't you?

The answer is simple: give it away! You will see profits in the form of promoting your own business and getting your name out. You will find affiliates who will ask you to place their links within your e-book, and these affiliates will in turn go out and make your name known. Almost every single famous e-book author has started out this way.

Another powerful tool that will attract people to your e-book is to make it interactive. You could invent something for them to do within the book rather than just producing pages that contain static text. Let your readers fill out questionnaires, forms, or even crossword puzzles geared to testing their knowledge on a particular subject. Have your readers hit a link that will allow them to recommend your book to their friends and associates. You should include an actual order form so at the end of their reading journey, they can eagerly buy your product.

When people interact with books, they become a part of the world of that book. The fact is just as true for books in print as it is for e-books. That's why e-books are so essential, not only do they provide a forum for people to learn and make sense of their own thoughts, but they can also serve to promote your business at the same time.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Think Before You Pin

Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social media sites.
Pinterest enables users to "pin" interesting things to a virtual
pinboard to share with others. A pinboard is largely a collection
of images organized by topic (home decorating, wedding planning, etc.).

A recent article calls into question the potential risks that users
face by "pinning" third party content. As pointed out in the article:


Additionally, Pinterest wants you to indemnify them if your posts create
a liability for them.

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Why Write an E-Book

Many people want to start up in business maybe working from home on the internet, or a bricks and mortar business? For me the next step on my journey is to turn my book into an e-book. Publishing an e-book is entirely different than publishing your book in print. So let's take a look at the specifics of how the print and cyber publishing industry differ, and the many reasons why you should take the plunge and get your fingers tapping across those keyboards!

Submitting a print book to conventional publishing houses or to agents is similar to wearing a hair shirt 24/7 a nightmare. No matter how good your book actually is, or how many critique services and mentor writers have told you that "you've got what it takes," your submitted manuscript could keep coming back to you as if it is a boomerang instead of a valuable mine of information.

Perhaps, in desperation, you've checked out self-publishing and found out just how expensive a venture it can be. Most "vanity presses" require minimal print runs of at least 500 copies, and even that amount will cost you thousands of dollars. Some presses' minimal run starts at 1,000 to 2,000 copies. And that's just for the printing and binding. Add in distribution, shipping, and promotional costs and - well, you do the math. Even if you wanted to go this route, you may not have that kind of money to risk.

It's not true that everything that has been said has already been written. Since that unfortunate idea came into use, the whole universe has changed. Technology has changed, ideas have changed, and the mindsets of entire nations have changed.

What the publishing industry needs are people who can tap into the world as it is today – innovative thinkers who can make the leap into the new millennium and figure out how to solve old problems in a new way. E-books are not entirely a new idea, but they are a powerful tool for original thinkers with fresh ideas to disseminate information to the millions of people who are struggling to figure out how to do all sorts of different things.

If you already have a good idea, and the knowledge to back it up that will enable you to write an exceptional e-book. You may be sitting at your computer staring at a blank screen wondering, "Why? Why should I go through all the trouble of writing my e-book when it's so impossible to get anything published these days?

Well let's say you already have an Internet business with a quality website and a quality product. An e-book is one of the most powerful ways to promote your business while educating people with the knowledge you already possess as a business owner of a specific product or service.

For example, say that you've spent the last twenty-five years growing and training bonsai trees, and now you're ready to share your knowledge and experience. An e-book would be a perfect way to reach the largest audience of bonsai enthusiasts.

E-books will not only promote your business - they will help you make a name for yourself and your company, and establish you as an expert in your field. You may even find that you have enough to say to warrant a series of e-books. Specific businesses are complicated and often require the different aspects to be divided in order for the reader to get the full story.

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day: "Money won't buy happiness, but it will pay the salaries of a huge research staff to study the problem." -- Bill Vaughan

Friday, April 13, 2012

Quote of the Day

"Whats done in the dark, always comes to the light"
Ways To Increase Your Profits

1. Offer to write exclusive articles (that means you only submit them to one place) for high traffic websites in exchange for a link back to your site.

2. Create a positive online image. Tell your visitors about fundraisers you have sponsored or that you donate a part of your profits to charity.

3. Improve your customer service on a regular basis. Try out new technologies that make it easier to communicate with your customers over the net.

4. Ask your customers what they would like to see offered by your business in the future. This type of information can boost your sales.

5. Make sure your web host isn't losing your sales. If you get an e-mail from someone that told you that they couldn't access your site, it might be your host.

6. Allow your visitors experience to be an enjoyable one at your web site. Provide easy navigation, good content, fast loading graphics, search options, etc.

7. Keep changing or adding freebies to your website. If people see the same freebie in your ads they will say to themselves, "been there done that".

8. Add a directory to your web site. When visitors submit their web site, e-mail them confirming their link has been added and remind them to revisit.

9. Organize your marketing and advertising into a plan. Create a list of daily, weekly, monthly and allot future promotional plans.

10. Trade links only with web sites that your target audience or yourself would visit. They should offer their visitors valuable content or freebies.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Quote of the Day

"He who hesitates is lost." -- Proverb
Keep Up Profits In A Downturn.

1. Sell more back end products to your existing customer base. You already created rapport, trust and proved your credibility to them.

2. Make it a practice to up sell to new and existing customers. After they decide to buy one product, offer them another product.

3. Cross promote your products and services with other businesses that aren't competition. You will reach a wider audience at less cost.

4. Create joint venture deals with other businesses. You can expand your product line and target other profitable markets at a lower cost.

5. Start an affiliate program for your business. You will be able to spend less profits on risk advertising and spend more money on guaranteed sales.

6. Trade advertising with other businesses to save revenue. You could trade e-zine ads, banners ads, links, print ads, etc.

7. Out source part of your workload. This can save on employee costs, equipment costs, taxation costs, expansion costs, etc.

8. Add low cost bonuses to your offer that have a high perceived value. It could be ebooks, members only sites, consulting, e-reports, etc.
9. Use viral marketing to promote your business on the internet. Give away free stuff with your ad copy include on it so others can give it away.

10. Follow up with all your prospects. You can use a free e-zine, a follow-up autoresponder, an update or reminder list, etc.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Quote of the Day

"The basic principle of turning ideas into big money is to seize every money building idea and work with it until the idea fits your purpose, decide on the steps needed to make it work, and then proceed to do it as soon as possible." -- Duane Newcomb
Promote Your Internet Home Business On Line

If you have an internet home business and your own website it is recommended to promote it online and get more traffic. There are many free ways to promote your website online, and believe or not the free methods are as avail as those that cost money. Here is a list of 7 free internet home business promotion ideas you can use:

1. Grow your link popularity. Submit your website url to link and SEO directories. Start with directories with high page rank, most directories are free, and don't ask for a reciprocal link. Building link popularity is free and the easy way to promote your website online.

2. Use forum marketing. Forums are there to help you promote your business. Search and find forums related to your business and join the conversation. You will find valuable information on these forums and also be able to help other with your experience. In time you will build a name for your business and eventually increase the traffic to your site.

Use the forum signature option to promote your business in the forums, insert a catchy text and link it to your website.

3. Find friends and be friendly. Friends are important in every aspect of your life, online and offline. Being friendly to other business owners will help you when it comes to promoting your home business. You can find friends on forums and social media sites.

4. Article marketing. Article marketing is known to be one of the best and most effective internet marketing tools available today. Writing articles on topics related to your online business and submitting them to article directories is a tool to build your credibility and establish you name as an expert in your field, additionally it will also help you achieve step number one: building link popularity.

5. Tell people about your website. Use the proven method of word to mouth. Tell your friends, family, neighbors, and everyone you know about your website.

6. Banner advertising. Create a banner for your website with free banner creating programs, or use banner you already have if you are an affiliate marketer. Ask other website owners to advertise your banner on their website and in exchange you advertise their banner on yours.

7. Set up an opt-in page, and offer a free online training course. People who sign up to your course will receive it to their email, and are growing your list of future customers.

One good way to promote your free course is using free traffic exchange engines, and offer an incentive in return for joining your course, a free report or a software.

You see? If you have your own internet home business you don't have to pay money to promote it. Following the steps mentioned in this article and using these 7 free internet home business promotion ideas you are guaranteed to drive more traffic to your website and it is all free.
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Quote of the Day

"Take a look at those two open hands of yours. They are tools with which to serve, make friends, and reach out for the best in life. Open hands open the way to achievement. Put them to work today." -- Wilfred A. Peterson
How To Produce Three Profitable Business Ideas.

All businesses are created first by ideas. Then once you're in business you need ideas for marketing, advertising, solving problems, product development etc. The difference between success or failure could be one just one idea. That's all! Below are three ways to generate profitable business ideas.

1. Communicating regularly with other business people can generate many ideas. There are many resources online and offline to meet new business people lie; seminars, chat rooms, discussion boards, trade shows etc. Sharing your knowledge, asking questions, and taking in new information will stimulate your mind. Your brain will begin to put all this information together to create profitable business ideas.

2. If you're not much of a communicator, try reading. Reading can also stimulate your mind. Read business books, magazines, e-books, web sites, journals, e-zines, newspapers etc. Your brain will generate profitable ideas by absorbing and rearranging this information on a regular basis.

3. Don't have a lot of time to read? You could listen to business audio books, seminars and courses. Listen to them in the car, while your doing house work, working in the yard, or exercising. Also, tune in business related radio stations. This will help you save time and generate profitable business ideas at the same time. There are a few extra tips that will help improve these idea generation strategies. Take short breaks to brainstorm about the information you absorbed. Keep a notepad and pen handy to record your ideas so you don't forget them. All businesses need profitable business ideas to stay ahead of competition and survive.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Quote of the Day

"Money is usually attracted, not pursued." -- Jim Rohn
No Limit - No Excuses

Hi, this is James,

Lets get started with this 10 Step Goal-Setting Process.

No Limits No Excuses.

1) Think about what you want and write it down.

2) Decide EXACTLY what you want and write it down.

3) Make sure your goal is measurable.

4) Identify the specific reasons that you want to achieve this goal and write them down.

5) Establish a definite date for accomplishment of your gaol and write it down.

6) Create a list of action steps that you need to take to accomplish your goal and write it down.

7) Create an action plan from your list of action steps and write it down.

8) Take Action

9) Do something every day

10) View your goals as often as possible

To finish a quote from the great Ralph Waldo Emerson

Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; you shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense.

Now, that's some excellent advice to live by. Give it a try!

James Kelly

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Quote of the Day

"You can be young without money but you can't be old without it."
Tennessee Williams
Starting An Online Business

Why Internet Business Opportunities Are Ideal For Starting An Online Business
When you want to start your own online business there are a lot of internet business opportunities that may be right for this. You just need to find the right opportunity to start your business with.

There are some important reasons why these opportunities are perfect for anyone to use to start an online business. Knowing these reasons will help you see how it can help anyone start an internet business in a short amount of time.

Here are the top reasons why you should use business opportunities to start your home business.

1. When you try and put together your own business online you will find that there are a lot of steps and business tools required. Putting together your own business takes a lot of time.

With internet business opportunities you can get your business started very easily because all the hard work is already done for you. All you need to do is to sign up and everything will be provided for you to get started right away.

2. Training is always provided for anyone that starts with a business opportunity. They want you to know how to promote their opportunity so you can make money because this means they make money.

That is why training is always provided and if you take time to read it and implement it then you will soon start making money online. Training is necessary for online success because without it you can easily become discouraged and confused.

3. The amount of time it takes to start an online business using opportunities is very quick. Usually you can sign up for an opportunity and be started within just a few minutes or a few hours.

This is a huge plus because most people don't have the time or the knowledge to spend putting together their own business with their own idea. The business opportunity saves you the time needed to start a business which means that money can be made starting immediately.

4. We must not forget one of the most important reasons of all which is earning money. When you use internet opportunities to start a business it is much easier to earn money.

Everything you need is given to you and if implemented anyone can make money. One thing that most people don't know is the people that fail are the ones that never take action to market their business.

If learn how to market your business on the internet and take action then you will definitely make good money with any opportunity. Action and time are what are needed to make money online and be successful.

These are the most important reasons why internet business opportunities are perfect to use for anyone that wants to start an online business. Get started finding the right opportunity for you and before you know it you will be making money from home with your own successful business

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Nothing is as frustrating as arguing with someone who knows what they are talking about.
Ideas and Strategies for Internet Success

Your Online Business Needs Internet Marketing Ideas And Strategies

You must develop Internet marketing strategies to have a successful online business today. It might seem difficult to come up with specific ideas that would work, when in reality finding a handful of good Internet marketing strategies is really not.

Here you will find a few ideas you can follow that are proven strategies for Internet marketing success.

1. Focus on one form of promoting your business on the Internet and learn everything you can about it. This is an extremely important point because many people jump around from one type of advertising to the next and never really accomplish anything with any of them.

2. If you don't feel you will ever be comfortable marketing online you can always outsource this important task. There are people you can hire for a reasonable rate to do almost anything on the Internet today.

For example you can hire a freelance article writer if you want to market your business using article marketing. You can do the same thing by hiring someone to put together a forum posting campaign for your business. A good rule of thumb is to do what you like best and outsource the rest.

3. Initially when you are first starting your online business one idea is to try a few free advertising methods before you begin spending money. There are many ways you can advertise on the Internet and do it for free.

Some of the most successful include posting comments on other people's blogs, blogging, social marketing, article marketing, classified ad directories, and so on. Anything you can do to get your website address on somebody else's website is potential traffic for you and a strategy worth looking into.

4. As you begin to look at various forms of Internet marketing you'll find some that you find more enticing than others. These are the ones you should concentrate on.

To build a successful business on the Internet today you really only need a couple of productive Internet marketing methods. In fact there are many examples of people who only use a couple of methods and make over a six figure income that way.

The bottom line is your online business will not be successful if you do not promote it. And the more traffic you have coming to your website or blog more income you will learn.

Therefore until you have the amount of traffic and sales your business is looking for, you should concentrate on learning numerous Internet marketing strategies!

Friday, April 6, 2012


Regards Rosalie & Jim.

Quote of the Day

Wether you think you can or you can't, either way you're right

Henry Ford

Entrepreneurial Light

HI Everyone,

Running a business is tiring, time-consuming, and often frustrating. It's not uncommon for the "Entrepreneurial Light" to burn out. However, if you're not excited about your products or services, no one else is going to be. And, who wants to buy product/service they're not enthusiastic about?

Quick tips for regaining your passion:

1) Write down all the reasons you love your products or services

2) Tell others the story of why you became an entrepreneur

3) Imagine what you want your business to look like in 5 year seven if it's unrealistic... perhaps especially if it's unrealistic

4) Read inspirational books, blogs, and articles about small business ownership

5) Take time to rejuvenate May all your failures be lessons learned,and your successes runaway hits!

Thats all for now folks Rosalie Kelly

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Who Matters? - Who Never Did?

I found this in an e-mail and now is on my wall.

There comes a point in your life when you realize:

Who matters.

Who never did.

Who won't anymore...

And who always will.

So, don't worry about people from your past,
there's a reason why they didn't make it to your future.
Quick Tips for Regaining You Passion

Hello all,

Running a business is tiring, time-consuming, and often frustrating. It's not uncommon for the "Entrepreneurial Light" to burn out. However, if you're not excited about your products or services, no one else is going to be. And, who wants to buy product/service they're not enthusiastic about? Quick tips for regaining your passion:

1) Write down all the reasons you love your products or services

2) Tell others the story of why you became an entrepreneur

3) Imagine what you want your business to look like in 5 year, seven if it's unrealistic... perhaps especially if it's unrealistic

4) Read inspirational books, blogs, and articles about small business ownership

5) Take time to rejuvenate May all your failures be lessons learned,and your successes runaway hits!

Thats all for now folks Rosalie Kelly.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Quote of the Day

"To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others." Anthony Robbins
Sell More of Your Products

We all need to sell more products. Here are 10 more ideas for you to look at.

1. Turn your ad copy into a story or article. Your visitors won't be as hesitant to read your ad and will become more interested in your product.

2. Give visitors a freebie for filling out your online survey or they usually won't. Surveys will give your business valuable intelligence for your business

3. Enhance the power of your ad copy benefits by using attention getting words, highlighting keywords,using color, bolding key phrases, underlining, etc.

4. Give your visitors tons of choices so they don't get the feeling of being controlled. Offer them avariety of ways to order, contact you, navigate, etc.

5. Put yourself in your visitors shoes. Design your site for them, not for yourself. Create your product around your visitors not because you would buy it.

6. Get free advice from successful online business owners. Participate in business chat rooms and message boards to chat with them.

7. Use your free bonuses to create an urgency for your visitors to buy. Only offer them for a limited time with your main product.

8. Offer your customers extra add-on products at the point of purchase. For example, if they are buying an electronic toy try to sell batteries with it.

9. Make your visitors feel good about themselves by giving them compliments. If they feel good they will also feel good about buying from your web site.

10. Add multiple profits to your web site. If you're selling business books try to sell business services, courses and supplies too.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Upsell and Make More Money

As you know it can be very expensive to attract new
customers. You can cut down on those expenses
by "upselling" to those new customers. For example,
let's say you're selling a computer with a 15" monitor
for $1200. You tell people they can upgrade to a 17"
monitor for only $200 more. That's upselling! Your
goal is to get more money out of the first sale. Below
are ten upselling strategies you can use to increase
your profits.

1. Deluxe Upsell-You could sell a basic product and
tell people for a little more money they can receive the
deluxe edition.

2. Money Upsell-You could offer people the rights
to sell the product they are buying from your business.
You could charge an extra $30 dollars to get the
reproduction rights.

3. Discount Upsell-If you're selling a product people
may order again in the future like shave gel, you could
offer them a second can of shave gel at a discount.

4. Time Upsell-If you're selling a product or service
people subscribe to, like a magazine, you could tell
them if they subscribe for two years instead of one,
they can receive it half off the cover price.

5. Quantity Upsell-This is similar to the discount upsell.
The only difference is you increase the discount by
how many products they order. If they order 3 it's a
10% discount, if they order 5 it's a 15% discount.

6. Package Upsell-When you're selling a product you
could offer similar products in a package deal. Tell
the people the other products are cheaper with the
package deal versus purchasing them separately.

7. Affiliate Upsell-When you're selling a product you
could offer someone else's product as an upsell. You
would have to make a commission on the product in
order to profit.

8. Free Upsell-You could offer a free sample or trial
of your product (your first sale would be free) and
then tell people if they order the full version right now
they will get a discount.

9. Extra Upsell-There are many things you could
charge extra for at the time of sale. It could be gift
wrapping, imprinting, custom designs, etc.

10. Extended Upsell-If your product comes with a
warranty, you could ask people if they would like to
extend the warranty one more year for only $30.

In conclusion, you can use one or all these strategies
to increase your profits at the point of sale. Don't be
afraid to use your imagination to come up with other
upsell strategies.

Quote of the Day:

"The unfortunate need people who will be kind to them; the prosperous need people to be kind to." -- Aristotle

Quote of the Day

"What we actually learn, from any given set of
circumstances, determines whether we become increasingly
powerless or more powerful." -- Blaine Lee

10 Tips For Writing A Profit Producing Ad

1. You can get ad copy ideas by studying similar
product's advertising material. Collect their sales
letters, classified ads, web ads, e-mail ads, etc.

2. Know exactly what you want your ad copy to
accomplish. It could be to qualify prospects, make
sales, generate leads, attract web traffic, etc.

3. Make a complete list of your product's benefits
and features. Begin your ad with the most important
benefit either in your headline or first sentence.

4. Make your ad benefits as specific as possible.
Include exact numbers, percentages, times, colors,
smells, sounds, descriptive adjectives, etc.

5. List all the ways your product is different from
your competition's. Include all the differences in
your ad copy that are better than their product.

6. Use graphics, pictures and drawings of people
actually using your product to solve their problem.
Include a picture that also shows the results.

7. Make a list of your target audience. Write down
what reasons would attract them to purchase your
product. Include those reasons in your ad copy.

8. Include any proven facts in your ad copy. They
could be customer surveys, scientific tests, product
reviews, etc.

9. Tell your audience what kind of support they'll
get after they buy. It could be free consulting, tech
support, free servicing, etc.

10. Ask people at the end of your copy why they
decided not to buy. This will give you new ideas on
how to produce a more profitable ad copy.