Daily Archives April 25, 2015

How to ‘Force’ Your Visitors to Order Immediately!

How to ‘Force’ Your Visitors to Order Immediately!

by: Michael Hopkins

This may comes as a surprise to you but, if you’re using popups on your website (which you should), then chances are you’re using them all wrong. Almost everybody is.
Did you know, for example, that top marketers are using HIDDEN techniques that make any given popup VASTLY more effective...

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Do You Know Who You Attract to Your Web Site?

Do You Know Who You Attract to Your Web Site?

by: Catherine Franz

There are five types of people that browse the web:

Specific Information Seekers
Current Information Seekers
Bargain Hunters
Entertainment Seekers, and
Specific Buyers.

When you identify the type of people you want to come to your website, or the type of people coming now (for those who a...

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The Top 7 Sales Blunders

The Top 7 Sales Blunders

by: Kelley Robertson

We all make mistakes when selling our product or service. Here are the most common mistakes people make. I have to admit I have made many of mistakes listed in this article even though I have been teaching this stuff for almost a decade. I hope you can learn from them.
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The Internet and Beyond – 12 Tips on Writing Bette

The Internet and Beyond – 12 Tips on Writing Better Brochures

by: Julia Hyde

Every year thousands of online businesses fail. None of them begin with the idea they’ll fail, in fact they have high hopes of success, but they fail all the same. One of the main reasons for the high failure rate is an over reliance on one marketing channel…the Internet.
Market...

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How to Get the Right Clients and Avoid the Wrong O

How to Get the Right Clients and Avoid the Wrong Ones

by: Charlie Cook

If you are like most service professionals and small business owners one of your primary concerns is generating as many leads as possible. And that may be your biggest mistake, resulting in wasting time on unqualified prospects and working with to many clients you wish you didn’t have to.

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