Back in 2007 I met Andre Chaperon in Florida at one of the very first Rich Schefren Strategic Profits seminars. Before that Andre was a familiar name to me because I had seen him listed near the top of affiliate leaderboards for some of the product launches … Read the rest of this entry »
If you haven’t seen it yet, take a look at the new EJ step-by-step guide to set up a profitable website.
You will find it under the “How You Can Start” tab in the navigation bar above, or click this link –
You will have … Read the rest of this entry »
Impossible? I did it in 11 months and 9 days with a niche site that solved a problem, but didn’t get a ton of traffic.
The traffic I did get, subscribed, purchased, and told their friends that were looking for similar information. Magic? No. Marketing.
Due to a non-disclosure agreement I signed after I sold the site, I … Read the rest of this entry »
I’m Tom McSherry, EJ’s newest columnist. I’ve been self-employed for the past two years thanks to the world of Internet marketing and my skills as a freelance copywriter. My main business is Premium Online Writing, a top-quality writing service designed to give web business owners a reliable option for outsourcing writing work without taking a “lucky … Read the rest of this entry »
In this day and age we are constantly bombarded with advertising and marketing. It is estimated the average person sees 5000 ads per day. The result? We ignore the majority of them. The marketing message falls on deaf ears or blind eyes. Simply put, there is too much clutter out there, and to deal with it (and in … Read the rest of this entry »
The Ultimate Guide To Customer Segmentation Part 3
By now you should understand the basics of how to segment your customers. The idea is to target each segment individually to ensure they respond better to your marketing efforts. If you have not read part one and two of this series already, please click here:
The Ultimate Guide To Customer Segmentation Part 1: What Are The Fundamentals And What Can You Expect To Gain?
Hi, I’m Dee Kumar and I’m a new contributor here on Entrepreneurs-Journey.com.
In my first mini series I’m going to teach you the fundamentals of customer segmentation and how to use it correctly to increase your profits within a very short time. This will help provide the answer to some of marketing’s most asked questions including the infamous ‘… Read the rest of this entry »
Go to any blog and you will see the free report and subscriber’s box. They can come in many shapes and promises. It doesn’t matter if it is subtle in the layout or a pop-up overlay – the free report is one of the best ways to obtain subscribers. If you attach it with an affiliate promotion, it … Read the rest of this entry »
I met Ilana Wechsler at a recent event in Sydney, where although still a relative newbie, she clearly demonstrated her passion for Internet marketing. I asked if she was interested in reviewing a course I had been given access to, which teaches people how to get more buyers on to your email list. Ilana jumped at the chance to … Read the rest of this entry »
One of the great things about blogging is that it has such a strong personal aspect. Most effective (and popular) bloggers are most likely that way because their subscribers are able to identify with their personalities.
The more you blog, and the better you get at it, the more people subscribe to your blog and newsletter (hopefully). People want to follow people who are interesting, and who they can learn a lot from about topics they are interested in.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been listening to recordings of Perry Marshall’s Live Workshop on email autoresponders held in Chicago. It’s some really great content, direct from one of the online marketers I trust the most.
Perry really hammered home a point that on some levels, I haven’t fully taken to heart in the past.
That point is, … Read the rest of this entry »
There’s an interesting challenge I’ve come up against many times, which I think most professional bloggers know well.
The challenge is how to sell something without using all that horrible “hype” that Internet marketers use.
But wait a second. Hype actually works, or at least good “sales copy” works if you call convincing people to buy what you sell … Read the rest of this entry »
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