November 26, 2009 - Written by Gyutae Park
It’s every webmaster’s dream to go popular on social bookmarking sites like Digg, Delicious, and Reddit. A front page feature on any of these sites brings a flood of new traffic – thousands of visits in a single day. Of course, that kind of reward attracts a lot of competition and the social sites are thus protected by tough voting algorithms. You not only need good viral content and a large network of friends to help you, but also a lot of luck. Hitting it big on social media does not come easy.
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November 20, 2009 - Written by Gyutae Park
Build a list! You’ve heard it before. As an Internet marketer, email is by far one of the most effective channels to reach potential customers. Almost everyone with a computer has an email account – and they check it often for new messages. If you’re able to penetrate into people’s inboxes (with permission, of course), you’re much more likely to get your audience’s attention for the opportunity to present your offers.
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November 18, 2009 - Written by Gyutae Park
With the rising popularity of Twitter as an online social networking and communication channel, many businesses are using the tool in a variety of different ways including the following:
- spreading brand awareness
- directly interacting with customers
- syndicating links to related content
- running special promotions
In fact, Twitter has its own Twitter 101 Guide for businesses and includes basic how-to, best practices, and even case studies. There are quite a few big brands effectively utilizing Twitter with new ideas to gain traffic.
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November 11, 2009 - Written by Gyutae Park
This is a guest post by Jason Tarasi, who released a new ebook called “Secret Lives of Internet Marketers”. In it he outlines the blueprints and money making ideas that seven successful marketers used to become financially independent.
What’s the difference between a professional Internet marketer and a wannabe? Besides hundreds of thousands of dollars in profits, the biggest difference is in the way they manage their time. Both types of marketers have the exact same 24 hours in a day, but those who excel have mastered the art of time budgeting.
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November 9, 2009 - Written by Gyutae Park
As you know, Google is the search engine and controls an obscene amount of traffic on the web. In fact, it’s not uncommon for many users to spend at least 25% of their time online on Google properties like Gmail, Google maps, and news. With a cash cow business model (a monopoly in search advertising) and a killer brand (“google” it), Google is living large and seemingly invincible. But is this really the case? Is the Google search engine as stable as it seems?
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November 7, 2009 - Written by Gyutae Park
This is a guest post by Donny Gamble. who writes a blog about creating wealth by combining Internet marketing with network marketing. On it, Donny explains why Internet marketers should have an MLM business.
Article marketing is a very effective way of bringing in sales and many affiliate marketers are already taking advantage of the method. Article marketers submit their articles and reviews to the following places:
1. Article directories
2. Blogs – their own and other related ones
Both are good options, but since this is more or less a blog about blogging, I’d like to give some tips to those of you writing articles on your blog.
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