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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Archive for the 'Online Marketing Strategy' Category

Unhustled 5-day Challenge Underway #ad

Create A 6-Figure “Unhustled” Business While Still Having a Life Sean Donahoe has been coaching a private group of students for the last year in his “6-Figure Freedom” program. In this coaching, Donahoe has shown his students how they can create a genuine 6-Figure business without: • paid ads, • complex funnels, • experience • or even a website. Many of them have no tech skills, have no website and have little or no success in the past. With Donahoe’s coaching, many of them (they may not be typical) are having remarkable success. For example, some are even... [...]

Don’t hustle so much. There’s a better way #ad

Today is the first day of of the “Exit the Hustle” Challenge with marketing experts, Sean Donahoe and his partner, Phil Newton. It’s not too late to get in on the free 5-week mini-training: Unhustled 5-day Challenge. When you sign up you can earn points toward the prizes they are offering to participants . The prizes are great, but the training is even better. Today’s agenda: ► What it means to be UnHustled and why “Hustling and Grinding” is not effective. ► Defining your personal path to success (Charting the destination of your perfect future) ► Developing the financial... [...]

Today: Sean Donahoe’s Unhustled Six-Figure Freedom Pre-launch #ad

Our long-time readers know the name Sean Donahoe, the creator of many software and training products for online marketers. Today, he begins promoting his latest tool for successful online marketing, Unhustled 6-Figure Freedom. He is starting the promotion with what he calls his 5-day Challenge. For the next 5 days, he will challenge you to re-think your marketing process and re-design it so that you don’t have to hustle so hard. Sign up for the challenge here: “Exit the Hustle” Challenge. His introductory webinar for the Challenge starts at 2:00 PM Eastern. It will be a good learning... [...]

People like to buy from experts. You can be one #ad

The best profits are made by the acknowledged experts. They are the ones a person seeks out when there is a problem to solve or a need to fill. If you can become the perceived expert in your niche, and if it is a niche where people are actively investing in fulfilling their needs and desires, then you have a clear shot at financial success. Steve Rosenbaum is an award winning coach, mentor and product creator who has helped tens of thousands of people worldwide run a successful business of their own. Rosenbaum’s training is highly favored for providing an abundance of practical information... [...]

Craft a Great Marketing Strategy with this Information

An effective marketing strategy helps marketers win the game. With the availability of so many channels an integrated strategy is required to achieve marketing success. Entrepreneur writer Samuel Edwards has shared seven pieces of information that can help marketers build a successful marketing strategy. On importance of doing a research on the right audience, Edwards says, “You’ll also need to know your target audience, and I mean really know them. It’s not enough to make a reasonable guess about who might be interested in your product; you need to prove, with research and objective... [...]

If you ain’t tracking, you ain’t selling much #ad

Knowing what works is key to having a successful business. Wikipedia quotes merchant John Wanamaker, as saying, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.” Back in the 1890s, when Wanamaker reportedly said it, that could be a problem that was hard to solve, but today it can be solved, and no seller interested in a successful business can afford to be ignorant of which ads work and which don’t. Today, there are solutions to Wanamaker’s problem. Online, David Perdew has just released new software that can track the clicks... [...]

‘Building Online Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses’ – MOZ Blog

Morgan Chessman says, “Building marketing strategies for small businesses is one of my favorite things. In my first marketing role, I worked in the marketing department for a small company before moving on to Distilled, where I’ve been lucky enough to continue working with small businesses that have enormous potential. Despite the various industries, locales, and personalities, one of the prevailing similarities between them is that small businesses often don’t position their company or use the web as effectively as they could. While this is partially due to the time and resource... [...]

‘How Closed Customers Can Help Inform Your Marketing Strategy’ – HubSpot

Dan Kraus says, “Notice I didn’t say new customers. Or prospects. Closed business – people that actually pay you money for your products or services – should have the biggest impact on your go-forward marketing. However, there are lots of caveats to this. When you are early in your business, before your business model finally gels, any customer that pays you is a good customer. This is one of the most treacherous times and one of the best times to let your closed customers influence your marketing strategy. But (and it’s a big but) you have to be careful in the questions you ask... [...]

‘How to Apply a Startup Mentality to Significantly Improve Your Online Marketing’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

Thomas Smale says, “Over the last few years, I have been dealing with more and more startup entrepreneurs who have successfully bootstrapped their businesses. They’ve had to in a time when funding a new business isn’t easy. Banks aren’t lending, and venture capital is harder to come by. Bootstrapping requires startup entrepreneurs to be creative and efficient, because they don’t have multimillion-dollar marketing budgets or teams of people to help them. Here are 10 things I have learned from startups, much of which can be applied to businesses large or small. 1. Measure... [...]

‘The Biggest Key To Online Success’ by John Chow

Chow says, “There are many reason I am successful, but one of the biggest has to be my level of consistency. When this blog started, Iaverage over two blog posts a day everyday for five years. And it was this constant posting level that allowed the blog to be successful. If you want to succeed online, you must be consistent. You pick one program, likeblogging or MTTB, and you follow it. Day in. Day out. Do it. Work it. Consistency transcends to other things online as well. You have to be consistent in growing your list. You have to be consistent at putting out new blog posts. You have to be... [...]