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Wedding Tip for Alex

July 31st, 2009

I know I have just made a post, but I simply just had to share this.

Hey Alex, If you read this. Maybe you could do something like this at your wedding….

I found this video at http://outspokenmedia.com/online-marketing/the-power-of-the-unexpected/ be sure to check out this site.

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Traffic Generation with Alex Jeffreys

July 31st, 2009

Traffic GenerationI have just finished a coaching call with Alex Jeffreys, who some of you may know through www.marketingwithyou.com and also his Marketing With Alex coaching course.

Now as I have mentioned in an earlier Blog posts, I have been trying to be successful in Internet Marketing for a couple of years now, and in that time have made a couple of dollars, but nowhere near enough to do this fulltime.

In fact most of my websites, I was unable to even entice someone enough to subscribe to my newsletter. My two most successful sites have been Teach Children About Money (which I built from scratch) and Web 2.0 Traffic Stampede (which was a PLR product).

With both of the above sites, the majority of my traffic came from PPC methods, although Teach Children About Money, does generate a fair amount of organic traffic now days.

That aside, the call with Alex this morning was about generating traffic through Social Media methods. In a nutshell, the key is to attract traffic to your own blog by giving value to someone else’s. That is, post constructive comments on other people’s blogs, and hopefully people will find your comments valuable enough to come and visit your own site.

Now I have been working on this blog for about the last four weeks, and on average I have been getting 7 to 10 visitors per day, with a max of 22 hits.

This can be a little discouraging, when you hear that some of the other students are getting 100 + hits per day.

This morning, Alex gave us a challenge to see who, over the next two weeks, can generate the greatest increase in our traffic numbers.

So here is my plan:

  1. Update my blog regularly.
  2. Add value to the blogs of others.
  3. Generate traffic using Article Marketing (I use Article Marketing Automation for this)
  4. Create a video about my Internet Marketing experiences and post it on the video websites.
  5. Use Twitter to generate traffic.
  6. Study the Traffic Secrets 2.0 study guide (which I already have)
  7. Use the Traffic Generation Club for ideas
  8. Use www.pingomatic.com and www.pingoat.com to advertise my blog elsewhere
  9. Study the Alex’s videos on the subject.
  10. Use the traffic tactics as described in the Web 2.0 Traffic Stampede
  11. Add a video to my own blog

Now these are just a few ideas off the top of my head, but I will keep you posted on other methods I discover as I go along.

Now all of this is going to take a lot of time and effort, so I will probably not get much sleep over the coming weeks. But I am told it will be all worth it.

I look forward to sharing my progress with you over the next few weeks.

Please feel free to post a comment & let me know your favourite tip for traffic generation.

To Your Success,

Rob

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6 Easy Ways To Blog Better…

July 28th, 2009

BTE2333Blogging can be an extremely interesting hobby to have. A blog, which has been defined as an online journal, is a place where someone can post exactly what’s on their mind. While some bloggers could care less if their posts are read, others actively try to gain more readers. Some advertisers are offering money for blogs that get high traffic amounts, so learning to blog better can be an important task. If you are interesting in learning more about better blogging, check out these six helpful tips.

Use a Casual Tone

The most interesting blogs are not written using formal grammar rules. Frankly, the formal tone can be a little boring and web surfers don’t want to read through a bunch of “hoity-toity” text. If you want your blog to be popular and a success overall, consider writing in a more casual tone. Think of the writing as being a conversation you are having with a friend. Write exactly the way you would talk, not the way you are supposed to talk. Using slang and other words that may not be considered “proper” is a great way for your blog to reach a wide variety of viewers. Using humor and other personality characteristics in your writing will make people want to keep coming back to read your newest entries.

Don’t Overdo It

Keeping your blog short will help you retain any interested viewers. People don’t want to spend massive amounts of time reading text on the web. If they wanted to read a novel, they would do just that. Try to stick to your point and keep it nice and short. A blog that is more than 500 or 700 words is just too much. If you need to carry on with the topic, consider creating another post that finishes your point. Although this is basically creating one long blog, the break in the text will be welcoming and readers will be less likely to get bored.

Never Advertise Improperly

Too often people use blogs as a space to advertise their services or their products. This can be a cheap way to get your work out there. It is noted however that blog readers can get annoyed quickly at advertisements on blogs. If you must advertise on your blog, consider doing so in a more subtle manner. Write a short post about your product and put a link to your website. Don’t take up your entire blog space with the advertisement. Although it may seem like a great idea, you will essentially be scaring people away from your blog altogether.

Check Your Spelling

Although the tone of your blog should be kept casual, you should still edit your work. There is a way to be casual, without being sloppy. You should always check your spelling before you submit your post. If your posts are sloppy and full of misspelled words, people will think that you are not educated and probably won’t take anything you say seriously. Some blogging software comes will a spell check features, while some doesn’t. If your blogging software does not come with any spell check feature, simply create your post in a word processing software and use the spell check there. Then cut and paste your edited work into the blogging software text area. This will allow you to post without spelling errors, which is highly recommended.

Be Versatile

If you want to reach the largest amount of people, you do not need to advertise endlessly. You simply must be versatile with your post topics. Those blogs that cover only one type of thing may be popular with one specific targeted group of people. That is fine, if it is what you want. If you want to reach everyone however, you need to post on everything. Consider posting on current affairs, music, books, and other hot issues. This will draw people in. When you post about popular things in the news, it will draw people to your site when they do a search on the web.

Post Often

People who become fans of your blog will likely be looking for a new post every few days. Some will only look once a week. If you want to keep your blog fresh and interesting, you should post often. Posting often is something that takes very little time, because your entries should stay short and sweet. It is a way however to keep things new and exciting for your biggest fans. They will be waiting for your new posts and will continue logging on as long as you provide them with new information.

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Marketing with E-mail Lists

July 24th, 2009

1054196__sign-150x150A popular way to communicate with customers used by people is the use of email. Informing clients about your products and services aswell as marketing promotions are only some of the ways you can use email. E-Mails can also contain branding with logos or tag lines, and they can also offer direct response tools like reply links, e-mail addresses, telephone or fax numbers.

A skillfuly written e-mail will be better received, these skills can be learned. The syntax in the body of your email as well as the tone of speech, should be the prime focus when writting.

Below are some points which should be considered when composing your e-mail.

– The subject line must be interesting, encouraging the recipient to want to open the e-mail and read more.

– A brief subject line will get better results.

– The senders details must be included to comply with spamming laws.Using your favourite search engine, perform a search to check spamcorp or another “anti-spam” sites.

– Develop the body of the e-mail; Be sure to include a good introduction, followed by well constructed paragraphs]. Avoid hype and misleading your audience.

– Be sure to check your email for spelling and grammatical errors. In addition do not “shout” that is use all capital letters.

– Read e-mails that your receive. Practice writting emails that you would like to get and sharpen your communication skills.

Do like the Boy Scouts and “Be Prepared” when e-mail message.Prepare with a few marketing utilities to use in advance as follows.

Marketing Tools.

Folder – Get in the habit of recording and ideas you may have for future e-mail marketing promotions and keep these in a file either on your computer or as a physical file.Save your favorite emails you receive from others too, for inspiration. You can create your own original e-mails, by using these as a template .

Headlines – Create a Microsoft Word or text document to store your best headlines and ideas for future headlines.

PS – Most gurus believe that your visitors will head straight to the PS area first. So, keep your favourite Postscript remark; special sales; givaways, etc.

Guarantee – The same with guarantees. Think about the guarantees on the items that you have bought recently! Use these to begin with.

Reference Guides – Use tools such as Dictionary.com or a favoriite encyclopidia marked as a favourites folder on your computer. Perhaps keep physical copies nearby also.

The correct bunch of marketing tools, will assist you to “Be Prepared” too. Your next terriffic e-mail marketing campaign begins when you begin to compile your marketing ammunition!

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Here’s a Quick and Easy Way to Attract New Clients

July 22nd, 2009

Traffic Generation ClubYou can have the best product or service in the world. You can have a killer sales letter that could sell a pint of whiskey to a nun. But if you don’t have any prospects seeing your offer, you won’t make a cent.

That’s why we marketers spend so much time, effort and money trying to put our offers in front of targeted leads. But it doesn’t have to be that hard… not when you know which marketing methods work best.

Here are three proven tactics you can start using today…

#1: Social Media Marketing

Savvy marketers know that social media marketing is in its infancy – and it’s set to explode in the coming years! Those who set up their social marketing campaigns now are the ones who will benefit the most in the future.

That’s because social media marketing is all about building relationships with others and building networks and contact lists. The sooner you get started building a good reputation in your niche, establishing yourself as an expert and building social media networks, the more you stand to gain when you fully leverage your reputation, content and networks.

So where do you start? With the some of the biggest social media sites, including:

  • Web 2.0 content sites, like Squidoo.com. These sites let you page one-page websites around niche topics. Google tends to crawl these pages often and rank them well.
  • Social networking sites like Facebook.com. While you should focus on finding or creating niche-specific groups on these general networking sites, be sure to always seek out niche-specific networking sites.
  • Social bookmarking sites, like Digg.com. These sites allow users to share content – and they can be a great tool in your viral marketing campaigns.

#2: Search Engine Marketing

You can pull in traffic from the search engines in two ways:

  • By ranking well for certain keywords and appearing in the organic search engine results.
  • By using pay per click marketing to appear in the search engine’s sponsored results (for example, Google AdWords).

You should add both of these tactics to your marketing toolkit. That’s because organic search engine results can provide traffic for months (and even years) after you get your pages indexed. But on the flip side, pay per click marketing allows you to get highly targeted, nearly instant traffic.

#3: Buying Ads

Yet another way to get your offers in front of eager prospects is by placing targeted ads. You can do this by online and offline, including:

  • Purchasing banner and text ads on highly targeted niche sites.
  • Buying ads and solo ads in highly targeted niche ezines.
  • Buying blog ads.
  • Buying ads in offline publications, including niche magazines and the related topics of daily newspapers.

Which One Is Right For You?

This isn’t a matter of choosing the one tactic that provides the best results. And that’s because all three of these tactics are proven, time-tested marketing methods. They shouldn’t be used individually, but rather as part of your overall marketing strategy.

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Time Management

July 21st, 2009

There are so many posts that I would like to share with you, and in saying that there is so much I want to do in regards to traffic generation for my other sites & developing my online income, not to mention spending time on my ‘real job’ and with my family.

You see many of us face the same issue from day to day. We often hear people saying that ‘I just don’t have enough time’, or “Life just got in the way”.

So we must stop and think of Time management more than just a skill, we must take a step back and look at time management from the bigger picture of ‘Life Management’.

After all what is our time, but our life!

You see if you are  like me, many of you will have the greatest intentions. We sit down behind our computer, looking to add some content to our blog, or perhaps, compose a new follow up email for our opt-in list, or perhaps compose a new article to publish on a few article sites….

But then we sit down & click the Send/Receive Button on our email and then stuff just starts to get in the way…..

I for one am guilty of this. So easily the distractions of other things get in the way, and without a plan, they will continue to stop us doing the things that we originally set out to accomplish.

This is where we need to sit down and start planning our day.

This is usually best done the night before.

  1. Sit down and write down at least the top six things you plan to accomplish the following day.
  2. Prioritize these tasks from 1 – 6
  3. The following day, start with task 1 & continue with this until it is either finished, or until you get to a point with the task, that you can no longer move forward due to the requirement of addition resource or perhaps you need more information.
  4. When you have completed task 1, move on to Task 2 and complete in the same manner as described above.
  5. Move on down through the list, until you run out of time.
  6. Anything that is left over at the end of the day from your first list, move to the top of the following days list, and start again.

An alternative to this method is to plan your day, hour by hour, or even in 15 minute blocks.

Still plan your day the night before, but plan your day in increments.

For example:

8:00 – 8:15 –  read & follow-up your email.

8:15 – 8:45 – Reply to Blog Comments

8:45 – 10:00 – Add new Blog Content

10:00 – 12:00 – Write article for article directories.

etc.

I understand that most of us have real jobs, and we cannot plan our days as described above, but we can work the plan and come up with our own schedule.

*** However, keep in mind,  when scheduling your time, be sure to schedule personal time for exercise, family & “me” time. ***

Also, when you are planing & scheduling your time, remember to be flexible.

Sometimes life does get in the way… You or a loved one may get sick, or some other unexpected situation may occur.

But is saying this, we can also come up with so many excuses as to why we are unable to complete our task list.

Only you can determine what is & isn’t important!

Keeping with this, I am sure many of you have heard before, start analysing your time. Keep a daily journal with you, and keep notes on exactly how you use your time. (Especially the time you spend on the Internet)

You may be surpised to see that even though you may have been busy all day, you were not particularly productive…….

And that is the crux of the matter. Many of us do not want to be held accountable for all of the time that we waste each day. And I, as much as anyone else, need to start being held accountable. Because if you do not hold yourself accountable, who else will????

“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they may have planned for you? Not much.” – Jim Rohn

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The Story Of The Wooden Bowl – Author Unknown

July 20th, 2009

A frail old man went to live with his son, daughter-in-law, and four-year-old grandson.
The old man’s hands trembled, his eyesight was blurred, and his step faltered.

The family ate together at the table. But the elderly grandfather’s shaky hands and failing sight made eating difficult. Peas rolled off his spoon onto the floor. When he grasped the glass, milk spilled on the tablecloth.

The son and daughter-in-law became irritated with the mess.
“We must do something about father” said the son.
“I’ve had enough of his spilled milk, noisy eating, and food on the floor”.

So the husband and wife set a small table in the corner.
There, Grandfather ate alone while the rest of the family enjoyed dinner without him.
Since Grandfather had broken a dish or two, his food was now served in a wooden bowl.

When the family glanced in Grandfather’s direction, sometimes he had a tear in his eye as he sat alone.
Still, the only words the couple had for him were sharp admonitions when he dropped a fork or spilled food.

The four-year-old grandson watched it all in silence.

One evening before supper, the father noticed his son playing with scrap pieces of wood on the floor.
He asked the child sweetly, “What are you making?” Just as sweetly, the boy responded,
“Oh, I am making a little bowl for you and Mama to eat your food in when I grow up.”
The four-year-old then smiled and went back to work.

The words so struck the parents that they were speechless. Then tears started to stream down their cheeks. Though no word was spoken, both knew what must be done.

That evening the husband took Grandfather’s hand and gently led him back to the family table.
For the remainder of his days he ate every meal with the family. And for some reason, neither the husband or the wife seemed to care any longer when a fork was dropped, milk spilled, or the tablecloth soiled.

On a positive note, I’ve learned from this story that, no matter what happens, how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow.

I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way he/she handles four things:
A rainy day, the elderly, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.

I’ve learned that making a “living” is not the same thing as making a “life.”

I’ve learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance.

I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands. You need to be able to throw something back sometimes.

I’ve learned that if you pursue happiness, it will elude you.
But, if you focus on your family, your friends, the needs of others,
your work and doing the very best you can, happiness will find you.

I’ve learned that whenever I decide something with an open heart, I usually make the right decision.

I’ve learned that even when I have pains, I don’t have to be one.

I’ve learned that every day, you should reach out and touch someone.

People love that human touch – holding hands, a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back.

I’ve also learned that I still have a lot to learn.

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Words of Encouragement

July 15th, 2009

For those of us that have not yet succeeded in our Internet Marketing journey, we all have days where we think,”Is it all worth it?”.

Let me assure you, that you will only win if you persist.

I, as much as any of you, have had those days, and in may ways more so.

You see I have spent many, many dollars on Internet training. And I will admit, I have had my fair share of scams to the tune of several thousands of dollars. But I still persist.

And why is that you may ask? It is because, even though I have invested a lot of money in my education, I have learnt many, many lessons. And to give up would to be flush all of that money down the toilet.

You see, every dollar spent on self education, is money well spent. We do not always receive what we expect. But we will always receive a lesson of one kind or another.

As I said, I have spent many dollars with other companies that have promised me the answers that I seek. And most of these have not delivered 5 dollars to my bottom line. However, each have taught me a little something I did not know before.

Were each of these lessons worth what I paid for them? Probably not! But we cannot dwell on our losses. We can only learn from our experiences, be it good or bad, and them move on.

We must learn that everyone has a story to tell us. Some have words of encouragement, & others have words of warning. I have always said, “We need to learn from the experience of others, It takes too long to learn these things for ourselves.”

I have much to offer to those that come after me. Even if it is a word of warning to not go down this road.

As Jim Rohn says, Failures should write down their stories so we can heed their warnings.

I suppose what I am getting at is do not give up, no matter what hurdles are placed in your way. “That which does not kill you, will only make you stronger.”

We are all in this life together. We all have much to learn from each other. However, please beware of those that are only playing this game for themselves. “The Leechers” of life so to speak.

The lessons each of us learn are invaluable & can in turn be of great benefit to those around us.

But never forget, that everyone we meet, could possibly have that missing piece of the puzzle that we ourselves seek.

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How to Leverage the Power of Web 2.0 to Get Highly Targeted Traffic.

July 13th, 2009

Web 2.0 is the latest buzzword in Internet marketing. Not
surprising at all, considering what a goldmine it is in terms of
all the benefits an Internet marketer can draw from it.

Basically, web 2.0 is a platform that allows people to connect,
interact with the website and with each other and share information
online.

Therefore, web 2.0 encompasses all those online communities like
blogs and Social Networking websites like MySpace, Facebook, and
Twitter; Video sharing websites like YouTube;  Social book marking
sites like Del.icio.us, Digg, StumbleUpon etc. I am sure you get the general
idea.

Now the question is, how do you get Web 2.0 to give you a
steady rush of highly traffic? That is the focus of this article.

Every Internet marketer loves free-traffic. Now this has become a huge
possibility, thanks to web 2.0 sites where users have a high level
of interaction, passing around information to each other.

As a result of this, there are hundreds of niche topics and markets
people tend to be a part of. And it’s because of this that the web 2.0
social networking sites have become a goldmine for Internet
Marketers.

You have a huge market to which you can market your products and
services, and not spend a dime towards this effort. Your first task
is to find the most popular Web 2.0 community-based websites where
you are allowed to insert your URL. This will help people who want
to share your information, making your URL more visible as it gets
passed around and this, in turn, brings back highly traffic to your
website.

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You will be amazed at the number of marketers who are still not
using the power of the web 2.0 to get a lot more traffic than even
the search engines can turn up.

So create your free account right away with the following top
ranked sites, and start building your community, with links that
point to your main website.

YouTube
Squidoo
LinkedIn
Facebook
MySpace

There are several more, and I will talk about them in later posts.
Creating a profile on these sites is quite easy
and all you need to do is spend around fifteen to twenty minutes on
these sites every day.

Savvy marketers also increase their page rank with the search
engines by creating multiple user profiles for related topics. Once
this is done, they link these profiles to each other.

On most of these sites you will find a Forum or a discussion board
that allows its members to discuss any topic. These are highly
influential locations where members share stuff. Social networking
sites allow you to belong to different groups or networks within
the site.

Web 2.0 sites are great places to share viral videos, which are a
very effective marketing medium online. Millions of viewers see and
share videos that appeal to them, thus spreading the marketing
message and driving traffic to your website.

Social networking sites let you feature links to your website and
blog. For any Internet marketer, one-way links and traffic along
with high search engine page rankings are crucial to their success.
Web 2.0 helps achieve all these, free of cost.

To find out more ways to leverage web 2.0, stay with us for the
next part. Alternately, you can also go grab your copy of the Web
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Join me on a Journey

July 9th, 2009

Hi! My Name is Rob Willis and I would like to invite you to join me on a journey of success in Internet Marketing.

Everyday our email accounts are stuffed with the next “Make $67,241.41 in just 24 hours….”

I don’t know about you but I am just sick to death of all of these empty promises & systems.

Don’t get me wrong, there are some fantastic products available on the Internet, but the vast majority of them are more about making money for themselves, rather than helping you get ahead.

Most of the ebook sellers know full well, that you will buy there product, download it & then after reading one or two pages, you will simply forget about it. Heck I have many of these littering my computer as well.

As I stated at the start of this entry, I want to not only take you on a journey of success in Internet Marketing, I want to share it road with you. I would love to hear what is working for you, as well as hear about ways that you may be able help our other readers.

Any product recommendations I will make on this site will be products that I use and have helped me to grow as an Internet Marketer. I will also be creating some “How To” video’s and offering helpful advise to help you in your Journey.

I also want to help you with free tools that will help you in your marketing efforts, some you will probably have heard of, while others may be new to you. Again the Internet holds a wealth of information that can get very difficult to sift through, because there is also a lot of rubbish out there also.

You can look at me along this journey as a partner, travel companion, or even mentor.

A mentor you say??? But I am no more successful than you are….. However, I do have my own mentors that are teaching me now, as well as a wealth of experience on what not to do!!!

The site that attaches to this Blog, Internet Wealth Creators, is a work in progress at the moment, and to be honest will possibly not have much content for a short while. But in time I am hoping to develop this site into something that will contain a vast amount of information and tutorials to help us all in our journey.

You will see my main site, Internet Wealth Creators, at the moment there is a “Product Storefront”. Each of the links on this site will take you back to a Clickbank product that is associated with my affiliate code.

No I didn’t stay up all night creating each of these links, I simply downloaded a widget from CBEngine, inserted my code & uploaded it to my site. Great tool to have while setting a site up.

Enough of that for now. The intention of this post is simply to introduce myself and my intentions for this site.

So please join me, and feel free to participate as we move forward together on this exciting journey.

To Your Success,

Rob Willis

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