Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Huge Internet Marketing Insider Secret

Dear friend and subscriber,

today I'll share with you a huge Internet Marketing Insider Secret. After all, my blog is dedicated to internet marketing secrets :) Read on...

In this post you'll learn why and how some marketers succeed and others don't. I've gone through this in my "15 things to marketing success" post and now I'm gonna elaborate on that a bit.

What's the first thing everyone trying to make money online should know?

Well, it's that no matter what ANYONE tells you, you will have to put some effort in your online business if you really want to retire someday with making millions a year. Even if you only want to make $100 a month consistently -- YOU HAVE TO DO SOME WORK FIRST. But don't worry, it could be as little as 2 hours a week...

In fact I work about an hour to an hour and a half every other day and make a pretty good income. The best thing is... it's constantly growing. I'm nowhere near $1.000.000 a year, but am gradually getting there and I have this internet marketing secret to thank...

What secret could this "insider" know to kick YOUR marketing to the sky?

Thought you'd never ask.

Well, I've been in this business for three years now and have probably fallen into every possible trap there is. In fact, as I posted an article on this topic, I got some very good replies and one guy actually said he was committing 5 out of 6 classic newbie mistakes I mentioned.

Now, as I said before, I'm seeing a rapid growth of my online marketing business and want to share with you the secret...

It's a few secrets actually, so here I go...

Internet marketing insider secret revealed...

Internet marketing is actually much like conventional marketing (read the four p's of marketing post), but with a twist. In order to start really make money online, you must fulfill the following criteria:

  • Learn how to sell! It's easy. Get some books on the topic. They're so cheap you'll kick yourself for not investing in them sooner. Trust me, I was guilty of that. At least buy this one: Psychology of persuasion by Kevin Hogan. Also read all of The Gary Halbert Letter newsletters. An excellent resource on making money online is also The Rich Jerk ebook. Don't buy anything else for now. Focus on the next bullet here...
  • Have an idea of what you want to do. Do some research on what can be done if you don't have one (affiliate marketing, content pages with ads, online shop, your own product to sell, subscription web site, ezine, forum, become a reseller etc.).
  • Do the research on your topic -- keywords, what people want (not need!!) etc.
  • Stick to that idea and see you go through with your plan (which by the way you MUST make). If it's a web site -- create it or have it created for you. Just do it entirely.
  • Advertise. Now here comes another big insider internet marketing secret: use all means of advertising and make sure you TRACK every source of traffic individually -- so you know exactly where people are coming from and how each source converts. When you know which are the best, work on them more and live the rest. UPDATE: I just came accross a web site that I think you just HAVE to see. You are about to learn underground targeted traffic generating techniques --> <-- Visit the web site now!
  • Make sure you capture names and e-mail addresses from your customers and readers -- create a relationship with your people. You need to earn trust with them.
  • When you succeed -- multiply whatever you're doing. This is another huge secret. Don't think that ANY of the super internet marketers are only doing ONE THING. Nobody is constantly making millions with just one thing. Learn how to make $100 a month and then multiply it 10 times to make $1000 or 100 times to make $10000 a month. The beauty is that with every new project you'll probably be making more faster.

This all can seem as a lot of work.... and it is at the beginning. But then again, what thing isn't hard at the beginning? As you'll progress, you'll find that all the things become easier and that you'll soon develop your own Internet Marketing Insider Secret that you can share with the rest... or not :)

Also, take your time and read other posts on this blog. Bookmark it and subscribe to the newsletter (below my picture at marketing secrets blog home -- well, click there and subscribe! You have to show at least some effort to succeed). You will get top of the line "working NOW" marketing secrets tips and techniques... I value your privacy and hate SPAM with a passion!

Have a great day and hope you succeed beyond your wildest dreams.


Blaz Banic

Friday, January 20, 2006

The Most Powerful Word In English Language


I bet you're very curious right now :)

That's good. It means you'll remember the things on this blog better. I recommend you bookmark it as there's some more great online marketing content coming your way soon...

OK, now to...
>> The most powerful word in English language... <<
It's a very simple word. You've heard it many, many times before and probably often stopped with everything just to see what followed it...

It is used by marketers to get your attention AND response all the time. You want to know it? OK, read on...

Before I tell you the actual word, I'd like you to go check out this incredible course on internet marketing. Just follow the link now (it will open in a new window):

...Read the web site? Great, huh. And it's all 100% true. I've verified it myself. Have it on my palm and listen to the interviews almost every day. And with every listening session I learn something new. This was also true with this word I'm about to share with you in a minute. Keep reading...

There's another lesson here fore you. Notice what state you're in right now... How do you feel? Are you eager to learn what the word is? I'm gonna tell you in about 30 seconds, but before that really notice your state of consciousness right now. Your mind is more opened now than it was before you started reading this post. You're curious and that, my friend, is what all great marketers go for with their readers...

It's a powerful lesson and you'll get many more on this blog, so -- visit here often!

Now for the word: "Free". That's right, the word free makes people STOP in their tracks and read or listen to whatever you have to say. Obviously you can't use it if what you're advertising as free isn't really free, but why not create an "introduction" product that is free? And then giving it to people.

Many industries use it: you can get free samples everywhere. And when was the last time you refused to take a free cream or perfume sample? Exactly. It's the same on the Internet. You get free (evaluation) software all the time.

Another great marketing implication would be to offer free bonuses if people buy your product. You must have seen that over and over again. And you know why? Because it works. When you use the word free on your site, sales go up! Tested and proven over time.

I've got three books on creating wealth on my desk now. And two have a "free bonus" inside. In fact I've purchased one of them much faster and with much greater enthusiasm when I saw I'll get $397 worth of free audio and software with it. It simply made my purchase a "no brainer".

Next time you see an advertisment that offers something for free -- remember this post and notice how it really worked on you!

The only down side to this word is that it's become much overused for crapy products and is slowly loosing it's power. But fortunately if someone is really interested in what you're selling, he or she will go for your "evaluation" product rather than buying it from someone else.

At the end I'd like to say that there are actually more powerful words out there, closely following the one discussed here. I go into greater detail for those words in my newsletter. Simply using those words and phrases will sudenly increase your sales, subscriptions and authority. I invite you to sign up and start getting the information you want and deserve. Soon I'll be launching a massive ebook on internet marketing and when I do, I'll delete those sequences from my newsletter as I will be charging people for that exact same information.

So sign up now and be one of the lucky few that gets this info for free!

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Why and How to Increase Your Link Popularity

Utilization of the search engines is a very important aspect of marketing; they are usually the first means by which prospects can find your site. That's why link popularity is so essential. If the customers can't find your web site, you will not see any sales. Read this article carefully, you will benefit a lot from it.
You may be wondering what is so "popular" about links

Well, to be short... a lot! The term "Link popularity" refers to the ranking assigned to your web site by the search engines. It determines the position your page gets displayed on when people search for certain keywords in a search engine. I can already hear you screaming...

"Cool, tell me how to get my link popular!"

So, here I go. Search engines are discretionary. They give status and ranking to sites that have links to their pages from related, quality sites. It's a simple, but a very important formula. Google created the system, and now virtually all the most popular search engines employ it to rank your web pages in their indexes.

The more commonly used your keyword is, the harder it will be to achieve link popularity, but without achieving this step, it is almost certain your site will never rank highly on any search engine. But don't be dispirited; there are tried and true ways of achieving link popularity using the most competitive keywords.

There are a few things you should know about...

The first is that simply linking up with a vast number of other web sites will not achieve link popularity. In fact, it may have quite the opposite effect. This is particularly true when pertaining to web sites that are nothing more than the so-called link farms - pages containing line after line of random links. Search engines may aggressively discriminate against your website if you are associated with a link farm, so steer clear of them!

The next important thing to take into consideration is the quality of the sites you are linking to. Never link to a page you have reservations about your visitors seeing. The last thing you want your website to appear as is indiscriminate and cheap. Linking to sites of poor quality will only lessen your link popularity, if not completely destroy it.
OK, now let's get to what you must do to achieve top link popularity and improve your rankings to stellar status on all the popular search engines...

The first step, and the fastest way to get your foot in the door, is to get a listing in a popular directory, such as Open Directory Project and Yahoo. If your site is business-related, you will want to be listed on Yahoo, and despite the fact that it will cost you around $300 a year, it will be money well spent. If your site is non-commercial, the listing will be free, but it will take time and follow-up to actually get it listed. Open Directory is gives you a free listing whether you are business-related or non-commercial, but be prepared to make a lot of follow-up inquiries before you see your site listed.

You are aiming to get listed in the highest level of appropriate category, and this just takes some common sense. For example, if your company ships Alpaca wool from an Alpaca farm located in the middle of Nowhere, Tiny State, do NOT submit your listing to "Retailers from Nowhere, Tiny State." BIG MISTAKE! All you have to do is look a little deeper - and submit your listing to the "Fine Alpaca Wool" category. You will not only associate yourself with culture and quality, but you will be listed in a national category.

The next step after you have attained directory listings is to locate other quality sites that will increase your link popularity. Try to find sites that are in some way related to yours, so not only will your link popularity increase, but your customer base may also be expanded. You want to avoid your competitors and look for sites that are useful to your site's visitors. Let's look at the Alpaca Wool site example. Linking up to a site that sells knitting supplies would be helpful to your visitors, and the chances of the knitting supply site wanting to link up to your site are also greater. By linking to a related site that will be relevant to your web site's traffic, you are increasing both of your site's business prospects - and both of your sites' link popularity.

Unfortunately not all sites want to link to other sites, so you will have to do some research when you are looking for possible linking partners. Google is an excellent starting place for your search. Make sure you enter keywords that you think quality customers will also enter to find your own site. Remember, your criteria are quality, highly ranked, non-competing websites that have a links or resources page. Go to these sites and objectively assess them. Look at the quality of the product, the graphics, and the ease of use. Then check out the other sites they are linked to, and determine if your own site would fit in with the crowd.

When you decide you have found a good prospect, you must set out to woo them. The first thing you should do is to add a link on your own links page to their site. This is an essential first step; it shows good faith, and ups your chances significantly of their reciprocity. After you have added their link, you must contact the Webmaster of their site. Since this is almost always done by email, you want to make sure it is immediately clear that your message is not junk mail. This requires that you tell them right off the bat that you have added a link to their page on your site. A hook like this almost always insures the reader will read on.

Next, be sure to be flattering and let them know how much you appreciate their website. Make sure you emphasize that you have actually visited their site, and that their site is not just a random pick. Give them the address of your links page, and ask them to check out the link for themselves. It's a good idea to mention that they will not only benefit from the increased traffic your website will direct their way, but you will also increase their link popularity. Briefly, explain why link popularity is so essential, but do this in a sentence or two so you don't sound like a professor! Finally, tell them you would greatly appreciate if they would reciprocally add a link on their own links page to your website.

Go through this process with as many appropriate sites as you can find, bearing in mind the criteria of quality and non-competitiveness. After you have emailed all relevant sites, be sure to check these website frequently to see if they have added a link to your page. Give it about a month, and if no link appears, try another charming email. Then give it another month, and if your site is still absent from their links page, it's time to remove their link from your own links page. The only time you want to pursue a link further than this is if you believe a site is crucial to your link popularity and your business needs. Just remember to keep all your communications complimentary and cordial.

After you've done everything discussed, set up a schedule to check your ranking in search engines frequently to see if your link popularity has improved. This is not achievable in the blink of an eye. It will take some time and a good deal of work. There is no way around the labor-intensive quality of improving your link popularity, which is why search engines regard it with such importance.
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One last thing though - make sure you have a beautiful, streamlined site or you will never persuade anyone to link up to you. Be prepared to keep plugging away at this process, as long as it takes, until you achieve link popularity stardom!

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

The Importance of Search Engine Keywords Selection

Search engines are the vehicles that drive potential customers to your websites. But in order for visitors to reach their destination - your website - you need to provide them with specific and effective signs that will direct them right to your site. You do this by creating carefully chosen keywords.

Think of the right keywords as the "Open Sesame!" of the Internet

Find the exactly right words or phrases, and presto! Hoards of traffic will be pulling up to your front door. But if your keywords are too general or too over-used, the possibility of visitors actually making it all the way to your site - or of seeing any real profits from the visitors that do arrive - decreases dramatically.

Your keywords serve as the foundation of your marketing strategy. If they are not chosen with great precision, no matter how aggressive your marketing campaign may be, the right people may never get the chance to find out about it. So your first step in plotting your strategy is to gather and evaluate keywords and phrases.

You probably think you already know EXACTLY the right words for your search phrases... think again.

Unfortunately, if you haven't followed certain specific steps, you are probably WRONG. It's hard to be objective when you are right in the center of your business network, which is the reason that you may not be able to choose the most efficient keywords from the inside. You need to be able to think like your customers. And since you are a business owner and not the consumer, your best bet is to...

...go directly to the source.

Instead of plunging in and scribbling down a list of potential search words and phrases yourself, ask for words from as many potential customers as you can. You will most likely find out that your understanding of your business and your customers' understanding is significantly different.

The consumer is an invaluable resource

You will find the words you accumulate from them are words and phrases you probably never would have considered from deep inside the trenches of your business.

Only after you have gathered as many words and phrases from outside resources should you add your own keyword to the list. Once you have this list in hand, you are ready for the next step:


The aim of evaluation is to narrow down your list to a small number of words and phrases that will direct the highest number of quality visitors to your web site. By "quality visitors" I mean those consumers who are most likely to make a purchase rather than just cruise around your site and take off for greener pastures. In evaluating the effectiveness of keywords, bear in mind three elements:

  • popularity
  • specificity
  • motivation.
Popularity is the easiest to evaluate because it is an objective quality. The more popular your keyword is, the more likely the chances are that it will be typed into a search engine which will then bring up your URL.

You can now purchase software that will rate the popularity of keywords and phrases by giving words a number rating based on real search engine activity. Software such as Word Tracker will even suggest variations of your words and phrases. The higher the number this software assigns to a given keyword, the more traffic you can logically expect to be directed to your site.

The only fallacy with this concept is the more popular the keyword is, the greater the search engine position you will need to obtain. If you are down at the bottom of the search results, the consumer will probably never scroll down to find you.

Popularity isn't enough to declare a keyword a good choice. You must move on to the next criteria, which is specificity. The more specific your keyword is, the greater the likelihood that the consumer who is ready to purchase your goods or services will find you.

Let's look at a hypothetical example

Imagine that you have obtained popularity rankings for the keyword "automobile companies." However, you company specializes in bodywork only. The keyword "automobile body shops" would rank lower on the popularity scale than "automobile companies," but it would nevertheless serve you much better. Instead of getting a slew of people interested in everything from buying a car to changing their oil filters, you will get only those consumers with trashed front ends or crumpled fenders being directed to your site. In other words, consumers ready to buy your services are the ones who will immediately find you.

Not only that, but the greater the specificity of your keyword is, the less competition you will face. And that is a good thing :)

The third factor is consumer motivation. Once again, this requires putting yourself inside the mind of the customer rather than the seller to figure out what motivation prompts a person looking for a service or product to type in a particular word or phrase. Let's look at another example, such as a consumer who is searching for a job as an IT manager in a new city. If you have to choose between"Seattle job listings" and "Seattle IT recruiters" which do you think will benefit the consumer more? If you were looking for this type of specific job, which keyword would you type in? The second one, of course! Using the second keyword targets people who have decided on their career, have the necessary experience, and are ready to enlist you as their recruiter, rather than someone just out of school who is casually trying to figure out what to do with his or her life in between beer parties.

You want to find people who are ready to act or make a purchase...

This requires subtle tinkering of your keywords until your find the most specific and directly targeted phrases to bring the most motivated traffic to your site.

Once you have chosen your keywords, your work is not done. You must continually evaluate performance across a variety of search engines, bearing in mind that times and trends change, as does popular lingo. You cannot rely on your log traffic analysis alone because it will not tell you how many of your visitors actually made a purchase.

Luckily, some new tools have been invented to help you judge the effectiveness of your keywords in individual search engines. There is now software available that analyzes consumer behavior in relation to consumer traffic. This allows you to discern which keywords are bringing you the most valuable customers.

This is an essential concept: numbers alone do not make a good keyword; profits per visitor do. You need to find keywords that direct consumers to your site who actually buy your product, fill out your forms, or download your product. This is the most important factor in evaluating the efficacy of a keyword or phrase, and should be the sword you wield when discarding and replacing ineffective or inefficient keywords with keywords that bring in better profits.

Ongoing analysis of tested keywords is the formula for search engine success. This may sound like a lot of work -and it is! But the amount of informed effort you put into your keyword campaign is what will ultimately generate your business' rewards. If you want to save an enormous amount of time, you should check out this excellent tool for search engine optimization: Click here for an amazing, to inexperienced marketers little known solution for complete search engine optimization.

Take care until the next post.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

How To Increase Your Search Engine Ranking

Hi there,

I've deciced to dedicate my next few posts to increasing your search engines ranking. I noticed many people wanted to know exactly how to get those rankings up, so here goes...

The methods employed to increase your search engine rankings may seem like rocket science to you, so you have probably avoided dealing with this issue. But I am here to tell you: "the time has come to face your website!" A high search engine ranking for your website is so essential that if you have the slightest desire to actually succeed in your business, there is no way you can continue to avoid this issue.

At least 85% of people looking for goods and services on the Internet find websites through search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and MSN. The idea of optimizing your pages for high search engine rankings is to attract targeted customers to your site who will be more than likely to make a purchase. The higher your page comes up in search engine results, the greater the traffic that is directed to your website. That's what search engine optimization is about.

You can immerse yourself in all the technical information available online to figure out how to optimize your webpages to achieve higher rankings. Or you can look at a few simple items on your pages, make some small adjustments, and most likely see improved rankings quite rapidly.

Thefirst item you should examine is the title bar on your homepage.

The title bar is the colored bar at the top of the page. Look at the words that appear there when you access your home page. To increase search engine rankings, the words on your homepage's title bar should include the most important keywords or phrases, one of which would include your company name.

Then click on all your links and examine the title bars on the pages you access. Each title bar on every single page of your site should contain the most important keywords and phrases taken from the page itself. However, avoid very long strings of keywords, keeping them to six words or less. Avoid repeating keywords more than once in the titlebars, and make sure that identical words are not next to each other.

The next item to put under your microscope is your web site content. Search engines generally list sites that contain quality content rather than scintillating graphics. The text on your site must contain the most important keywords - the words that potential customers will be typing into search engines to find your site.

Aim to have around 250 words on each page, but if this is not desirable due to your design, aim for at least 100 carefully chosen words. If you want to achieve a high ranking on search engines, this text is essential. However, the search engines must be able to read the text, meaning that the text must be in HTML and not graphic format.

To find out if your text is in HTML format, take your cursor and try to highlight a word or two. If you are ableto do this, the text is HTML. If the text will not highlight, it is probably in graphic form. In this case, ask your webmaster to change the text into HTML format in order to increase your search engine rankings.

Next we come to what is called meta tags. I know this sounds like something out of science fiction, but it isreally just simple code. Many people believe that meta tags are the key to high search engine rankings, but in reality, they only have a limited effect. Still, it's worth adding them in the event that a search engine will use meta tags in their ranking formula.

To find out if your page is set up with meta tags, you must access the code. To do this, click the "view" button on the browser menu bar, and select "source." This will pull up a window revealing the underlying code that created the page. If there are meta tags, they usually appear near the top of the window. For example, a meta tag would read: meta name="keywords" content=. If you do not find code that reads like this, ask your webmaster to put them in.

This may not do much for your search engine rankings, but any little boost helps.

Lastly, we come to the issue of link popularity. This is a factor that is extremely important in terms of search engine rankings and I will deal with it in one of my next posts. Almost all search engines use link popularity to rank your website. Link popularity is based on the quality of the sites you have linked to from your links page.

If you type in "free link popularity check" in a popular search engine, the search engine will then show you what sites are linked to your site. In the case that there aren't many sites linked up to yours, or that the sitesthat are linked up have low search engine rankings, consider launching a link popularity campaign. Essentially, this entails contacting quality sites and requesting that they exchange links with your site. Of course, this requires checking out the rankings of the websites you want to link up with. Linking to popular, quality sites not only boosts your search engine ranking, but it also directs more quality traffic to your website.

Search engine rankings are extremely important for a successful Internet marketing campaign. Before you go out and hire a search engine optimization company, try taking some of the simple steps listed above, and see if you can'tboost your rankings yourself. Don't ever ignore this all-important factor in Internet marketing. Remember, the higher your search engine ranking, the more qualitycustomers will be directed your way.

There are many "search engine position improvement" tools available out there, but most are just some gimicks and will use illegitimate ways to temporarily boost your search engine traffic. But in the long term may get you even banned! So avoid using them. The only tool I would recommend is SEO elite. It is probably the best and only complete tool that will help your rankings soar. I almost can't imagine a serious marketer with out it. The investment is really more than worth it.

Hope you enjoyed this article :)

Next post will deal with Search Engine Keywords Selection. Don't miss that one! Bookmark this site. You can also easily subscribe to this blog by clicking one of the images on the top of this site, or you can subscribe to the newsletter (under my picture - top right :) ).

Monday, January 09, 2006

Top 10 Tips For Generating Big Traffic To Your Blog Today

Hi, I just came across a great article today and thaught of sharing it with you. Enjoy.

(C) Copyright Ewen Chia,

Let’s face it, blogs (or weblogs) are getting incrediblypopular amongst people with an internet connection due tothe ease and practicality of setting one up.

Despite this however, there is no value in having a blog if no one is visiting and reading it!
Therefore, it is important to know exactly how to drivetraffic to your blog if you desire to increase yourreadership or monetize it.

To do that, here are 10 quick tips to generating moretraffic to your blogs:

Tip 1: Reciprocal Linking
One of the most proven ways to gain targeted traffic is to exchange links with other bloggers or site owners. This is a task which requires a little work – by sending an email request for a link exchange with a few follow ups but the results are worth it.
Another linking method is to simply write a testimonial for a product you have purchased. If your testimonial is good, product owners will usually publish it on their sales page with your blog URL included.

If you want to skip the traditional way of exchanging links and go for the easier way, you can automate the process with various software and services found on the net. Just do a search at and you will have a list of these.

Tip 2: Blog Commentaries
Do you know that your comments also have high potential in generating targeted traffic to your blog and is an effective linking strategy?

All you have to do is find a blog related to your niche and post your comments. At the end of your comments you can include a link back to your blog, this way people who are interested will be able to visit your blog as well. However you should never misuse this to spam other blogs.

Tip 3: Blog Directories
Blog directories are similar to search engines just that they cater only to searches for blogs. It is advisable to submit your blog to the major directories, some of which include, and

Similarly, there are many blog services like which you can use to ping your blog. Pinging your blog notifies the service that you have updated your blog. These services will then publish your new posts and you get traffic from interested readers and search engines.

Tip 4: Writing Articles
This is one of the best ways of pulling targeted, steady and long-term traffic to your blog. By writing your own articles and submitting them to article directories, you can invite a lot of targeted visitors to your blog.

In order to generate traffic by writing articles, you need to include your resource box at the end of every article you have written. The resource box is where you promote and introduce your website or blog.

To truly maximize your results, you need a system to create, submit and leverage off your
articles easily. One of the best available is seen at

Tip 5: Writing Press Releases
Press release is a very effective way of generating instant traffic to your blog. Although press releases only pull in short-term traffic, they can work very well if you continuously write and submit press releases regularly while monetizing the traffic received. is one of the oldest and most trusted sources for news distribution on the web. Or you can use an automated press release service like to do the work for you quickly.

Tip 6: Start A Blog Mailing List
The phrase “the money is in the list” is true in all businesses. If you want to succeed online, you must start building your own list of targeted subscribers. You can send your subscribers to your blog anytime you have new posts.

By the same token, you can also get your blog readers to subscribe to a ‘blog update’ list which can be used to notify them when you have updated your blog. REPEAT traffic through returning visitors is a key traffic strategy and you cancontrol that with this method.

Tip 7: Publishing Your Own Ezine
You can also provide your subscribers with useful information in several series with an autoresponder. An ezine is often called an online magazine. By publishing your own ezine, you are able to attract readership to your blog when you advertise it in your ezine.

Tip 8: Pay For Traffic
If you have a good monetization strategy for your blog through affiliate programs, Google Adsense and a mailing list, you should consider using paid advertising to drive traffic to your blog.

Recommended options include pay-per-click advertising, ezine advertising and huge banner exposures.

Tip 9: Giving Out Free Reports
Give out free viral reports to promote your blog. Providing useful information in your free reports can trigger readers’ interest to know more about you and your websites. More information on this tactic can be found at

Tip 10: Niche Discussion Boards
Discussions boards or forums can deliver targeted traffic to your blog. If you have a blog about gardening, try searching for a related niche forum with huge traffic to participate in.
Most forums will usually allow you to include a signature file where you can write a few sentences of words. You can invite people to visit your blog through the signature file by posting more regularly.

In conclusion, realize that getting traffic to your blog should not be viewed as a one time effort.
Commit and focus on a long-term strategy in order to succeed. It is all about gaining the momentum. Once you get a decent amount of traffic to your blog, you will attract more visitors to it everyday as you work on it. As time goes by, you will have an amazing amount of traffic to your blog which you never thought was possible!

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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Search engines optimization made *very* easy :)

Hi again, Marketing Secrets Club member :)

Ever wondered what separates the truly amazing internet marketers, referred to as "gurus" from the average ones? <-- Click here to learnone of their secrets...

Well, even if you never thaught of it, you should... if you're interested in making money online that is.

So, what is it?

Simple. It's the tools they use and the time they save using them. Yes, instead of loosing time to build traffic, optimize, etc. they spend it promoting themselves and making great products to sell and make huge amounts of money from them. They are NOT afraid to invest a bit of money to earn 1000 times more. They simply go for it.

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Start your 2006 with a great advantage over your competition.

To your success!

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

10 Ways To Get Your Ads Or Messages Noticed

Hi again :)

Do you post to message boards, e-mail discussion lists, classified ads sites, FFA sites or newsgroups? People will usually read the subject line before they read your ad or message, so it's important they get noticed. Below are ten simple, but powerful tips to get your ads or messages noticed.

1. Use extra white space creatively in your subject line. You can add extra blank spaces between your words or letters.

2. Combine capital letters with lower case letters. Use all capital letters in every other word or use a capital letter between every other lower case letter.

3. Add text symbols in your subject line. You could use them between words and letters. Start and end your subject with a text symbol. ( *, $, >,{,] ). It makes the ad stand out from the others. Be sure to check the web site policy not to break any rules.

4. Begin your subject line with the word "STOP!". People have been trained their whole life to stop what they are doing when they see that word. It also makes them more receptive to your immediate suggestions. It might be a good idea to continue with "click here to..."

5. Ask people a question in your subject line. We all went to school and were repetitively branded to answer questions. Make sure the question can't be answered without clicking on the ad and reading your web site. You'll play on curiosity that way and have a much greater chance of people clicking on your ad. Example: "What's the single easiest way to get 1000's of targeted visitors to your site?" etc. etc.

6. Use the word "FREE" in your subject line. Your offer should be attractive to your target audience. It could be free information, software, trials, etc. The word free is one of the most powerful words in english language! Take advantage of it.

7. Begin your subject line with an "online smile :)". People use smiles offline to gain people's attentionand to win their trust, why not use them online too. It also makes you seem more sincere. And that's a good thing :)

8. Don't use unbelievable claims in your subject line. People have or know some who has been ripped off and trained themselves to ignore those claims. It's especially true when you promote money-making opportunities. Also don't go overboard with "power words" and such. They've somewhat lost their appeal -- have been overused. But certainly use some and make sure they are not used all the time by others.

9. Don't use all capital letters in your subject line. It is hard to read, looks unprofessional, and on theinternet it's considered a symbol for shouting. GET IT? :)

10. Test different subject lines to see which ones draws the most traffic to your web site. Also, readthe FAQ before posting a message or ad anywhere. When it comes to testing, it's very important that you test one thing at a time. It's the only way to know for sure that the tested thing was indeed the one that made the difference.

Well, here they are. Hope you'll use these techniques and get your ads noticed more than ever :)

Take care, see you soon.

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