College Without A High School Diploma - Possible ?
Don’t give up your dream of enrolling in an online university just because you didn’t get your high school diploma. Although most colleges (online and otherwise) require a high school diploma to enroll in any program that grants bachelor degrees,...
Mysteries of Syndrome X Revealed
“I’ve put on 40 pounds in one year!” “It doesn’t matter how much I workout, I can’t lose weight.” “My doctor must think I’m eating pizzas in the closet.” With nearly 4 million Americans weighing in at over 300 pounds, is it any wonder the above...
Search Engine Optimization - A Must
As you surf the web take a look around at many of the sites you see. Do you notice anything that seems strange? Well, let me point it out to you. There are hundreds of thousands of web sites that just don’t get much traffic. Some of these sites...
Dear Bill Gates, You Clever Fox
Dear Bill Gates.
You did it. You casually left a live grenade at the Grand Charity Gala and walked out of the room to see if anybody, especially Google, will notice.
Once again, you have created an innovation in marketing that is poised...
How to Easily Turn Free Content into Traffic or Cash Fast
I bet you already knew this.
The two largest problems that online home businesses face in 2005 is creating traffic and creating a profit. It seems like everyone has great “ideas” about how to help you increase both your website’s traffic and...
Appropriate Key Words Choice
What do the key words represent? Key words - these are the words that the users enter in a given search engine to find services or products you offer. It is extremely important to know what key words they will use. Selecting the appropriate for...
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How To Realistically Set Your Fees - Part 3
Effect of Benefits We have previously examined realistic billable hours and the effect of business expenses on your hourly rate. Now we'll look at the effect of benefits. Once upon at time, when we were employed, we received a benefits...
Imagine PR Like This Helping You
As the kids say, how cool is this? You’re a business, non-profit or association manager and, finally, you decide to do something positive about the behaviors of those important outside audiences of yours – behaviors that MOST affect your...
PR: Your 500 Pound Gorilla
What else, for goodness sake, could you as a business, non-profit or association manager, call a heavy-duty helper who does something REALLY positive about the behaviors of those outside audiences of yours that most affect your organization? ...
What do Employees Wish for Most (And How To Get It)
What do many employees wish for at work? A bonus or raise. At least that's so according to results from a recent survey developed by OfficeTeam, a global staffing service that specializes in placing administrative professionals. The ...
Why Choose a Debt Consolidation Loan?
If you are one of the many people who continually struggle to cope with an ever increasing amount of debt the solution could well be within your reach. If your are looking to: reduce interest rates lower your monthly payments, ...
3 Tips For Writing Better Headlines
Copyright © 2005 by Bruce Carlson
The single most important element of your website's copy
is the headline. Take away practically everything else
and you can still manage a sale (if the headline's good enough
and you have a strong enough...
The Marketing Recipe: Money, Marketing and Me – 3 Keys For Success
You have a great product or service… Now, how should you market it?
You have to make others know about what you have to offer. There is no good in having a great idea if you don’t know how to sell it, right?
Your motivation is financial...
How To Write A Newsletter Without Being A Writer
One of the best ways to stay in touch with current and past clients, colleagues and fans, is to publish a regular newsletter. Whether you use a HTML template tool like Constant Contact, simply create a good looking text email to send out to your...
Long Sales Letters vs. Short Sales Letters
Everywhere I turn, I'm being asked to weigh in on the issue of whether copy should be long or short in a sales letter. I receive countless newsletters on copywriting and marketing, and they are all still debating the issue.
I doubt that the...