Monday, September 7, 2009

Make Money With No Money Joining a Free Trial Business

Make Money With No Money Joining a Free Trial Business
By []Willox Perez

The concept of making money with no money is one that many people think it's fake. Just because you have been taught that it takes money to make money does not mean that it's true. There are actually many ways that you can get started without having to invest money even if it's just for a certain period of time. One of the best ways to get started on the Internet is going to be a free trial business. You're basically going to be able to start a free trial for a certain period of time without having to spend any money.

I'm not saying that your business is going to be build overnight but is going to let you start with a free trial and you're going to be able to utilize that time to learn everything that you need to know. When it comes to achieving success you have to educate yourself and continue to do it consistently. People make the mistake of thinking that all they have to do is read a book once, promote their business one time and that's it.

The simple concept is that if you want results you have to keep on doing the things that bring results. There is no magical wand that's going to make results come to you without you doing anything or take action. So make sure that you understand that you are going to have to put in hard work, dedication and time in order for you to see the results that you're looking for. Starting with a free trial business without having to spend any money is a great way for you to begin your Internet career.

So as you can see you are able to make money with no money by joining a free trial business but there is work to be done.

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Willox Perez is a veteran home based business expert who is revolutionizing the way business is done on the Internet by creating a community, building friendships and establishing trust.

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Sunday, September 6, 2009

How to Get a High Search Engine Page Ranking

How to Get a High Search Engine Page Ranking
By []Sean R Mize

One of the best ways to improve your internet marketing is to secure a great page ranking. As you know, your ranking affects the amount of traffic and sales you generate. Simply put the higher your page ranking, the higher your chances of making a sale.

Here's how you can improve your internet marketing:

1. Do a keyword analysis. You need to understand that targeting very competitive keywords will decrease the chances of your website being shown on the top 10 search page results. So, I suggest that you choose keywords or key phrases that are less popular but are still closely related to your products and services.

2. Make your website easy to navigate. If you want your visitors to come back, you need to give them great experience the first time they visit your site. They must easily be able to find the information that they are looking for and they must have easy access on all pages of your website.

3. Load your website with quality content. As they say, content is king in the world of internet marketing. You can attract more people to your website if you can offer them with the kind of information that they are looking for. Post relevant articles that talk about your products and services, issues about your chosen niche, and topics that revolve around the pressing issues and burning questions of your potential clients.

4. Update your web content regularly. You need to offer your visitors with something new each time they visit your website. You may post new articles on a regular basis or add some features that your visitors might find interesting. You can add some podcast, easy search feature, etc.

5. Build links. Launch link building campaigns that will allow you to swap links with marketers who are running relevant websites. You can also generate quality inbound links through article marketing, blogging, and forum posting. The more links you generate for you site, the more valuable it will become to the eyes of search engines.

6. Use a keyword-rich and descriptive domain name. Your potential clients will find it easier to find your website if your domain name contains relevant keywords. So, when choosing the best domain name for your site, ensure that you do a keyword research first to identify the most popular search terms within your chosen niche.

Do you want to learn more about how I do it? I have just completed my brand new guide to article writing success, 'Your Article Writing and Promotion Guide'

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Sean Mize is a full time internet marketer who has written over 9034 articles in print and 14 published ebooks.

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Saturday, September 5, 2009

News Feeds - Make the News to Get Traffic

News Feeds - Make the News to Get Traffic
By []Sean R Mize

If you've ever been asked to sign up for an RSS feed than you've been exposed to one of the newest and best ways to raise your audience from occasional lurkers to hardcore subscribers. RSS feeds stand for Really Simple Syndication and are used by news outlets to help provide fresh content to their viewers non-stop. Wouldn't it be nice if you could do that too? Well, you can. You can make your own news feed and post in on your website and content to provide fresh content that you didn't even have to create on your own.

Another way that RSS feeds are used are by people who browse multiple sites and are looking for particular stories. They install a news reader on their web browsers and they can then pull in RSS feeds to help them categorize and view headlines of multiple stories without having to read or visit each one. This makes the job of finding relevant information extremely easy and it allows them to really target news that they are interested in viewing.

Finally, you can take the ability to create an RSS feed and use it with your own content. Then, you can provide that RSS feed to other people who might be interested in syndicating your content. You can even charge for that, if your content is that much in demand. So, there are plenty of ways that RSS feeds are becoming more and more the ultimate way to create subscribers, generate exponential exposure, and even make money too.

Do you want to learn more about how I do it? I have just completed my brand new guide to article writing success, 'Your Article Writing and Promotion Guide'

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Do you want to learn how to build a big online subscriber list fast? Click here: []Secrets of List Building

Sean Mize is a full time internet marketer who has written over 9034 articles in print and 14 published ebooks.

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Friday, September 4, 2009

9 Things to Do To Make Sure Your Next Blog Post is Read by More than Your Mom

9 Things to Do To Make Sure Your Next Blog Post is Read by More than Your Mom
Blog Promotion, Featured Posts 91 comments
Two days back I explored the myth that all you need to do is write great content on a blog for it to get readers and introduced the idea of ’seeding’ content rather than ‘forcing’ it upon readers.

Today I want to take the ’seeding’ idea a step further and give a few examples of ways that you can do it - and in the process hopefully grow your readership beyond your immediate family (not that there’s anything wrong with Mom reading your blog).

I should say that while this post contains 9 ways to promote a blog post - that I rarely use all of them at once. Keep in mind that the idea of ’seeding’ is not about forcing things but rather it is about getting things going and then letting something organic happen. You might need to put a little more effort into things somewhere along the way to keep momentum going (like ‘watering the garden’ helps a seed to grow) but the idea isn’t for force things.

So without further ado - let me share a few of the techniques that I use to ’seed’ content:

1. Tweet it
I find that one of the most effective ways to get a link to a new blog post ‘out there’ is simply to tweet it. Tweeting a link is quick and easy to do - and if you do it well it can be quite effective at both driving direct traffic to a blog post but also in starting other little viral events on other sites.

The effectiveness of this does depend a little on the size of your follower group - but other factors you can have a little more control over include:

timing your tweets to be during peak times when lots of people are on Twitter.
doing a followup tweet to your original one (I only do this on important posts and usually try to change the wording so as not to annoy people too much)
the wording of your tweet (give people a reason to click it)
making your tweet ‘ReTweetable’ by not making it too long (I keep these seeding tweets to under 120 characters to leave room for people to retweet them).
I find that when something does well on Twitter (and not every post will) that it can often trigger a secondary event on a site like Delicious. This in turn can trigger blogs to link to my posts or other social bookmarking sites to pick up links.

2. Facebook Status Updates (and other social media)
This is of course similar to Tweeting a link. I’ve not had as much success with Facebook as a promotional tool for my blogs but know of a few bloggers in different niches who find it to be more effective. Whether it sends loads of traffic or not it can be helpful in an overall strategy.

Similarly I sometimes also use other social media sites like LinkedIn’s status update if I feel that the content I’m promoting is better suited to other audiences. Again - it depends partly upon the size of your network on these sites but even a small but relevant network on these sites can trigger other bloggers to link up or secondary organic submissions on other social sites by those in your network. You never know what impact sharing a link in these sites can have until you do it.

3. Pitch it to another Blogger
Is the post you’re promoting relevant to the audience of another blog?

This is a question I’m always asking myself as I’m writing blog posts. As I write I jot down the names of other bloggers that have an audience that might find what I’m writing helpful. This means that when it comes time to promote the blog post I have a ready made list of people to shoot out an email to to let them know about my post.

I don’t send these emails out often, nor do I send them out to the same group of bloggers repeatedly - but if I genuinely think my post is of high quality and that the blogger will find it relevant I will.

Check out these suggestions on how to pitch other bloggers for some more tips on how to do this effectively.

4. Pitch it to another Twitter User
This is similar to pitching another blogger but can have a great impact as well. In fact I recently had a link from a blogger who both posted on his blog and tweeted the link and the Tweet converted much better for me in terms of traffic.

The key once again is to make sure that the link is relevant to the Tweeter and the type of thing that you’ve seen them sharing on twitter with others.

5. Share a Link in a ‘Signature’
Many bloggers have links to the front page of their blogs in both email signatures and forum signatures - but what about directing people to an individual post? There are a variety of tools out there that highlight latest posts (feedburner has one) and they make a lot of sense to me because you’re sending people to standalone articles that you’ve written rather than a sometimes confusing front page of a blog.

6. Bookmark it
This is one that I don’t tend to do myself these days but I know many bloggers who do so I’ll include it. It entails submitting your post to a site like Digg, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Delicious etc.

I don’t tend to do this any more as I find many of these sites have algorithms that penalize a site if it’s submitted by the same person over and over. What I do instead is occasionally shoot a link to another user of these sites in the hope that they’ll submit it for me. Having said this - I also find that as your traffic grows the submissions become more and more organic from regular readers so there’s less need for me personally to be involved in these types of ’seedings’ in social bookmarkting sites.

7. Guest Posts
Another method that I’ve seen a number of bloggers using with real effect lately is to link to your important blog post in a guest post on someone else’s blog.

Most people who guest post on another blog tend to link back to the front page of their blog in the byline. This is a good general link to get but if you have an important post that you’ve written that relates to the guest post you’re writing you should find a way to incorporate a link to that post - either as the byline link or if the blogger allows it - within the blog post itself.

8. Give readers an easy way to share it
Hopefully with some of the above techniques you’ve got a few readers over to your blog - now you want them to share it with others.

There are many ways to make your blog post ’sharable’. I tend to use a combination of templated techniques as well as a few custom ones that I add to posts once on posts that I think will do well on social media sites.

Templated techniques - there are many ways to build social media buttons into your blog. There are heaps of tools and plugins that will do this for you. The key in my experience is not to have too many buttons/options but to choose just a few that relate well to your audience.
Custom techniques - if I notice that one of my posts is starting to do well on Twitter or Digg or some other social media site I generally will either add an extra button to a post or add a text link pointing people to where they can tweet or digg the post. I find that these more obvious little additions to a post can often tip it over the edge to a viral traffic event.
9. Newsletters
This is a way that I often ‘tip’ posts that are doing OK over the edge into a viral traffic event. It usually works like this:

A - I write a post that I think MIGHT do well as a viral post

B - I time the publishing of that post for a Thursday morning - an update goes out via RSS to my subscribers

C - I use some of the above techniques to get the post seeded (Twitter, Facebook etc)

D - I wait until the post is submitted to Digg and then add a Digg button to the post (or some other social bookmarking site)

E - I then send out a newsletter to my list including a prominent link to the post

What I find is that without the last step (sending a newsletter) the post can do quite well - but when I send the newsletter I quite often see a ‘tipping point’ with the post and it’ll go viral on multiple social media sites at once on the back of the extra traffic that I’ve been able to send to the traffic via the newsletter.

2 Final Words of Advice
Let me finish with two words that I think are key to much of the above - persistence and relationships.

1. Persistence - There’s a real need for persistence in seeding content. Much of what I’ve described above are things that I’ve been doing for years and they’ve only become more effective the longer that I’ve done them.

My experience of finding readers is that it is all about momentum. In the early days to find just a handful of readers can be a real challenge - the above methods may not bring thousands of people through the door - however the 10 than they do bring in on your first day could lead to 100 next month which could lead to the thousands in the coming year.

You may get lucky and your seed may grow into something big in the early days of your blog - but even small results can grow slowly into big things over time. Each reader that you bring into your loyal readership is important because they have a network of their own that they could help spread word of your blog to.

2. Relationships - The other key to much of the above is to be as relational as possible. Much of the above relies upon people sharing your posts with others once you alert them to the existence of your posts. So put aside regular time to grow your network, to build a presence on sites like Twitter, to build trust and influence on other sites outside of your blog - this networking can pay off in a big way over the long term. Just do keep these other social networking sites in perspective - they’re not the main game themselves but should be used to build up your home base.

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Top Five Reasons Why You Should Invest in a Turnkey Internet Business Package

Top Five Reasons Why You Should Invest in a Turnkey Internet Business Package
By []Ken Harthun

Most Internet marketers fail before they even get started. They usually end up with nothing to show for all their hard work, their credit card maxed out by hopeless AdWords campaigns and endless purchases of eBooks, videos, and "training" touting hyped up "Earn $10,000 Per Month" strategies. These things just don't work for regular people! Turnkey business packages make it possible for regular people to succeed. Here are the top five reasons why you should invest in a turnkey business package:

1. You don't have to sell anything. You don't have to pester your friends and family and convince people to buy from you. All you have to do is send traffic to your page that offers a valuable free report. The people sign up for the report and then the system does all the selling.

2. You don't have to design and create products that you hope people will want to buy. Turnkey business packages usually come with one or more tested, proven products that you can just plug into the system.

3. You don't have to be a copywriter. In a turnkey business package, everything from the squeeze pages and promotional tools, to reports and follow up email series are all done for you. You don't have to write a single word or spend money on unreliable ghost writers.

4. You don't have to learn any tech skills. All of the website pages, links, navigation and reports are all set up and ready to go. You don't have to learn a single thing about HTML, know FTP or anything that you don't already know.

5. You don't have invest a lot of cash. The cost of setting up your own system can easily exceed the cost of a turnkey business package. For example, you don't have to invest in your own domain name ($1/mo.), no need to pay for web site hosting ($10/mo.), you won't need an autoresponder ($19/mo.), and you won't need to subscribe to services for article and blog content ($67/mo.). That's $97/mo. Most turnkey business packages are much less than that.

The beauty of these systems is that if you know how to turn on a computer, check email and surf the Internet, then you know everything you need to know to use them. The only thing you may not know is how to drive traffic to the pages; however, turnkey Internet business packages typically give you detailed instructions on how to use the promo tools to generate traffic. The better packages even provide you with email or online training courses and most even have special support tools so you can get your questions answered quickly. One package that I'm currently working with has a complete training website set up and I'm able to access traffic generation training for free that normally costs $47 a month.

Regardless of whether you have your own sites going and no matter where you are in your Internet marketing experience, turnkey Internet business packages are the way to go to generate streams of cash on autopilot. For Internet marketing newbies, they're the best way to get started.


Ken Harthun is a computer Geek and Web entrepreneur who made his first dollar online in 1992 by giving things away. He's an accomplished guitarist, singer and award-winning songwriter. He's interested in everything, but right now is building his online business.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

ProBlogger - Make Money Online ProBlogger Blog Tips

ProBlogger - Make Money Online ProBlogger Blog Tips
Written on August 30th, 2009 at 12:08 am by Darren Rowse
How to Boost your Business by Developing Bulletproof Trust

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A Guest Post by Johnny B. Truant writes from Learn to Be Your Own V.A

The other day, while we were on the phone, a client sent me $500 via PayPal for a series of tech consultations. Toward the end of the call, I noticed that I hadn’t received the money. She thought for sure that she had sent it, but offered straightaway to make the payment again.

I said, “Maybe you want to wait. I mean, what if you’re paying me twice?”

And she said, “Oh, I trust you.”

Which was a really interesting thing to say, given that this was the first time I was speaking to this woman. We had never met in person; she didn’t have my address or phone number; I hadn’t exchanged more than three or four random emails with her. For all intents and purposes, neither of us knew who the other was. But the more I thought about it, this kind of thing happens all the time. Most of my clients never hear my voice. Few have the slightest idea where I live or what my background is, and I’ve only been truly visible online for maybe six months. Yet over and over and over again, people pay me in advance for work they’d like me to do.

It kind of destroys the paradigm of the internet being a skeptical place.

So I thought about it: Why, in a realm where Verisign has to vouch for the security of a website, will customers pay some merchants in full, in advance, without question? Why are some people trusted while others are not? If a man can pose as a woman online, if an adult can pose as a child, if a scam artist can pose as a legit businessperson — then what does it take to make customers feel that a person is true to his or her word?

If you want to conduct business online — if you want to turn passive readers into active customers — you need to find a way to build that kind of bulletproof trust. Here’s how.
1. Be human

If you’re on Twitter and Facebook as “Thermodyne Systems, Inc.,” knock it off and start interacting as yourself. Talk to people online person-to-person rather than business-to-customer. Be funny if you’re funny. Be deep if you’re deep. If it strikes you to write somewhere about your dog or kids, do so. Personally, I write a humor blog that has nothing to do with my area of business. Through that site, people see how I am when I’m not being a tech guy. They see that I’m a person, just like they are.
2. Admit when you don’t know something

People seem to feel a need to appear infallible in business. If a client wants to know X and you know nothing about X, the rule is to tell him about X in as much double-talk as it takes to make it sound plausible. But here’s the thing: Nobody is perfect, so infallibility always comes across as phony. But if you buck that trend — if you’re truthful when you don’t know an answer — readers will begin to trust your honesty. Put succinctly: If you’re honest when you don’t know the answer, people will believe that you’re being honest you when you do.
3. Interact with readers in public

When readers comment on your blog, respond to those comments. Get the “Subscribe to Comments” plug-in so that commenters will know when someone (like you) comments after them. When readers ask questions of you anywhere in public, answer them as fully as you’re able. Interact on Twitter, forums, other blogs, or wherever your readers hang out. You want them to see you as one of the group, not as an untouchable speaker on a high podium.
4. Be responsive in private

It’s amazing how many people thank me for simply responding to emails. One or two people have even given me permission to “blow them off” if I didn’t have the time. You don’t have to send detailed, lengthy replies to everyone who contacts you, but it’s amazing how much goodwill you can engender by being one of the (apparently) few businesspeople who respond to inquiries quickly, thoroughly, and personably.
5. Give away a ton of free information

Writing your blog is a great way to give away your knowledge, but think even deeper. Should you publish a newsletter? Can you answer more personal questions from readers? This may feel like a time drain, and you may even be tempted to charge for time spent giving answers, but tough it out. What you gain in favor and trust from answering gratis will net you far more more than a shortsighted hourly billing mentality. The $500 consulting client I mentioned in the intro? She came to me because months ago, I helped someone she liked, without billing that person a dime.
6. Tell customers what’s in it for you

There’s a big debate around whether you should disclose affiliate links on your blog. Personally, I love disclosing them. I love any opportunity to open my books, to show readers exactly where my money is coming from. Why? Because many of my services are inexpensive, and can remain so because part of “what’s in it for me” is an affiliate commission. I could hide that, but then customers would wonder how I could set up a blog for only $39. Are the blogs of poor quality? What’s the catch? By revealing my sources of income, I remove those suspicions and show customers that I have no hidden motives.
7. Genuinely, honestly, truthfully look for the win-win

Be careful on this one. Everyone gives lip service to the idea of a “win-win,” but most people are really trying only to benefit themselves. I never, never, never steer clients toward something I feel they don’t need. I will actually steer them away from a sale I think won’t benefit them. But — and here’s the rub — I can’t count the number of times one of those people have come back, given me more business, and told their friends about me because we both “won” in our interaction.
8. Establish social proof

Buyers want to know that other people have purchased before them and have been satisfied. Your goal should be to create raving fans — customers who can’t say enough good things about you. Solicit testimonials. Ask satisfied customers to refer their friends. And if you can swing it, try to write for (or otherwise associate with) well-trusted websites and personalities. You’re judged by the company you keep, and association with trusted people allows some of that trust to rub off on you. My business ratcheted up when I started writing for, and again after I had a few posts on sites like Problogger and Copyblogger. Intentionally or not, authority sites give at least a little bit of tacit approval to everyone who appears on them.

If you want to do business online, you have to know your stuff. You have to be credible. You have to be good at what you do. But without trust, you’ll never make it. So, how trustworthy are you? The answer may well make or break your business.

About the Author: Johnny B. Truant writes Learn to Be Your Own V.A. and is the creator of Zero to Business: A Ridiculously Simple Guide to Turning Your Online Business from Tech Headache to Profit Center. You can follow him on Twitter at @johnnybtruant.

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Monday, August 31, 2009

What Is SEO?

What Is SEO?
By []Sean R Mize

With the powerful dominance of the search engines on the Internet and the unprecedented usability and functionality that these entities have in the online arena, one cannot help to ask and think about how to achieve a much friendlier environment with them. Such queries and mind curiosities brought about yet another phenomenon that people have to ponder upon - the search engine optimization or the SEO.

An attempt to give a better and much concrete definition to Search Engine Optimization has reached a very monumental stage. Not so long ago, one great Internet expert and enthusiast has defined the term search engine optimization that has been used by many online encyclopedias such as Wikipedia and Webopedia to name a few as the method that is first and fore mostly aimed at the improvement on the popularity and recognition that a website may have on popular search engines -thus, the word optimization of the search engine. With SEO, what is basically being made it to make sure that the web site or the web log or any site portal that you have shall gather and gain in optimum, more and more prominence in the online arena.

What is interesting about search engine optimization is the fact that with the use of this popularity method, you get to sustain and maintain a higher notch on the ranking and indexing as regulated and provided by the search engine. It may be strenuous job for some people to get engaged with the whole process of search engine optimization but generally, every aspect of it becomes a fun and enjoyable endeavor when it is done and made on a much lighter perspective.

Do you want to learn more about how I do it? I have just completed my brand new guide to article writing success, 'Your Article Writing and Promotion Guide'

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Sean Mize is a full time internet marketer who has written over 9034 articles in print and 14 published ebooks.

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