In SEO, it is important to build a rapport with your readers because generally, people are more likely to enjoy perusing content shared by people or websites that they like. This is the reason why many SEO Specialists as well as Internet Marketers spend so much time perfecting their craft so that people’s average dwell time would get better over time as well as formulating general strategies in order to retain their converted leads.
Getting a solid social media following is imperative to building a strong business. Unfortunately, building a social media presence is also very time-consuming and can take valuable time away from making sales and improving your business. With the help of these free services, however, you can build a solid social media presence without investing hours of your time.
Ben Grossman has compiled a series of statistics that are sure to intrigue internet marketers and SEO specialists in general. I recommend this slide to anyone who is in the field of SEO, SNM, SEM, blogging, and internet marketing. Enjoy!
If you still haven’t heard of it, Fiverr (on Fiverr.com) is actually a virtual marketplace of services and goods where anyone can make or take jobs for the price of just $5. The idea (the business more of) became an instant hit the moment it launched. Hoards of people wanting to get things done for a measly price of just 5 bucks flooded the site. And because there’s too many people willing to pour out cash, so did those who are actually willing to do those jobs for a quick cash.
Internet marketing in reality is simply people marketing- it’s just a different avenue. Of course there are many big differences between both online and offline marketing, though if you get the essence of it, the same rules still apply. It’s still all about the people and making them want your product.
So how do you really pull in buyers? Among other things, you need a strong testimonial base.
Creating a product (or a service) is a tough job. Not only do you have to, obviously, create it, you also have to ensure that it will land on a pre-defined market and end to be profitable. If product creation is the hardest part, the second hardest will probably spreading the word out or what we commonly call these days as marketing.
Selling (and buying) digital products have been tremendously grown over the past couple of years. And there’s a good reason why. With digital products, you won’t be needing personal publishers or ‘agents’ to make your book or product launching possible. What’s more, with millions of netizens, who needs traditional marketing right?
It’s always a given that the best way to make profits from a blog or website is to have a product of your own. But that doesn’t leave you to explore other opportunities does it? And besides, it’s not as if it’s easy to whip up a product in a flash.
So while you’re at it, or if you just want to focus on money-making regardless of who’s product it is, the answer is very simple – earn money online by promoting profitable products (such as our own Issho Genki Squalene) on your site.
Last Friday (I hope my mental calendar is still working properly), Sean and I met up and talked about some new exciting things- and new exciting people as well- in store for SEO-Hacker. Okay, I might not be able to drop any more hints about that. Well at least not yet (right Sean?).
What I’m about to share today however revolves around what every product-owner-wannabe needs. Before you start creating your product (or maybe during), before you even think of launching it, or before you even light the buzz online, there’s one thing that you better realize you need- it’s a marketing plan.