Keeping it simple stupid
K.i.s.s. online marketing, very easy to type but harder to do.
If it was so simple, how come there isn’t more people making money?
The reason is…
I’ve visited some real nice web sites in the past years. I’m always surprised of their traffic stats. Professional looking sites with low visitors count. I’m sure these site owners wonder why their website does not earn cash online.
It’s rare that it comes down to converting visitors into customers.
This can be attributed to the fact that in most cases, these websites are not receiving enough visitors to truly analyze the “why” they’re not creating more sales.
If you really want to make it simple, find one form of internet marketing that gets results for you and do it until you become a pro at it.
For me, it was video marketing.
Many successful internet marketers earn big bucks doing pay-per-click advertising.
Today this consists of buying paid ads on Facebook and Google.
You will find online marketers that generate all their leads doing forum marketing.
Warrior forum, if you genuinely want to keep it simple in regard to internet marketing, give it some time and energy to actually market something.
It’s simple, “The Money is In the List!” That’s the secret.
There’s nothing simpler than sending out an email to the list of people that has agreed to obtain the emails from you.
This is a good way to brand yourself as an authority on products you sell.
It’s a great way to build relationships with your subscribers.
Ultimately, it’s the best way to make a profit.
That is why so many affiliate marketers create list before they attempt to sell their products.
The same is true for network marketing in addition to other business modules.
It’s not really selling when you send an offer to an e-mail list.
It’s more like advertising and informing.
This is where you lure somebody who’s in the mood for what you want to give at just the right time.
Concentrate on advertising to get people on to your list. Get as many people as possible to subscribe to your email list.
Use a landing page like this one.
It’s all about the right offer and the right timing.
Frank Spooner signing out. =)