How does oil & dirt get washed away with soap?
We use soap each day in our lives in the form of detergents, shampoo, shower crème, hand soap or bar soap. We are so used to using soap that we rarely stop and wonder how this wonderful compound manages to help us clean ourselves day after day. Have...
How to Find the Job You Want in Less Than 14 Days!
There is a great market for temporary employees, especially in the U.S. If you are currently unemployed then a temporary service may be a positive step in the right direction. Many of the major temp services have contracts with large corporations....
Why Top Search Engine Placements Never Move?
#1 question when it comes to web advertising is how do I get top 10 search engine placements for the terms I wish to aquire?
Without getting into how to aquire #1 placements (Since there are virtually 100's of articles explaining these...
Build Your Site’s Link Value
Link Value is the perceived value another site will derive from linking to you. The more value they see, the more likely they will be to link.
At its basic level, the most immediate value most sites see is a reciprocal link. “You link to me...
Are You Guilty of Stinkin’ Linkin’ Thinkin’?
Do you know what kind of sites are suitable link partners for your site?
If you do give yourself a gold star since many seem not to. At least based on the questions I get.
You see most think small. Too small. And limit the potential...
Super Affiliate Strategies Part 2
If you are an affiliate that is trying to promote an affiliate program, then I don't need to tell you it's not a walk in the park, unless you know what to do. With that in mind, this is one of the main reasons I decided to write a sequel article...
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What is Network Marketing?
Network Marketing, Multi-level Marketing, MLM, Relationship Marketing... These are buzzwords we've all come across over and over again - but what exactly do they mean? How do you market a relationship or a network - and would you want to? And how...
Why consider a Personal Loan
Back in the days where banks were the only lenders in the business,
getting a loan meant putting on your best clothes to go to a nervy appointment
with the bank manager. You'd sit there for some minutes, feeling like you're
Virtual Assistants... Even Santa Needs One!
Trying to fit all the planning and preparing and celebrating of the holiday season into an already busy schedule can bring a lot of stress to a time of year that's supposed to be full of peace. These days, even Santa needs help making his list...
Secrets To Successful Publishing
Have you ever wondered what would it take to compete successfully with the “big guys” like Simon & Schuster and even get to the top of the heap? If there is such thing as a magic formula for success, then the story of Geela, the author of the...
Negotiating to Buy a New Car the Easy Way
Do you hate the thought of buying a new car because of the struggle you have to go through negotiating with the dealership? Relax. Negotiating to buy a new car is easy. Sure their sales people receive negotiation training, but you have the upper...
7 Ways to Stop "Selling" & Start Building Relationships
Sometimes we can all use a friendly reminder to keep us from backsliding into old ways of thinking about selling that lead us down the wrong path with potential clients.
I was inspired to write this article after a few coaching sessions with...
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...
How to Generate More Business by Telling People What You Do
What do you tell people when asked what you do? Many small business owners and independent professionals repeatedly miss great opportunities to generate new business or develop leads by answering the “what do you do?” question with a poorly...
Loyalty Programs May Keep Customers Coming Back – But First You’ve Got to Earn their Trust
Remember trading stamps? If you’re over 40, chances are you will. Every time you shopped at a participating grocery store or gas station they gave you stamps to paste into a book. When you’d accumulated enough stamps, you could cash them in for...