If you’ve spent any amount of time working in the online world, you’ve likely let a domain lapse accidentally or heard of someone who has. For me, the first offense was a stock photography site I was working on with two other business partners. This was before stock photo sites were all the rage and […]
Archive | April, 2010
If you send a newsletter to your site users and are not in the habit of including affiliate offers, then you are missing out on an incredible earning opportunity. Adding a featured offer or two to your regularly scheduled mailings is a simple way to add visibility to your links and increase your conversions. Do […]
These list building tips work for mailing list owners only… Are your email sales down instead of rising through the roof? Today’s article shows you a simple way to get credibility that jumps your sales. First of all, credibility is not important, but crucial! Most list owners are barely making a few dollars just to […]
This month’s Internet Retailer magazine featured an article on the growing use of coupons, the ways these value-conscious consumers shop online, and what some merchants do to keep the frugal shopper yet by-pass affiliates. At this time the article is also available online here. It opens with these words:
Staffers at Macys.com detected a new pattern in customer behavior last spring: consumers would add items to shopping carts, leave the site and then return with discount codes they had found on the web sites of Macy’s affiliates. Only then would they complete their purchases.
“We said, maybe we should just do this ourselves,” says Kent Anderson, president of Macys.com.
Bloggers are generally different than Internet marketers. Bloggers are typically known as those people who often update their blogs with new posts, whereas Internet marketers may only update their blogs once in a while.
The other BIG point of difference between bloggers and Internet marketers is that bloggers may or may not be building an email list, while ALL Internet marketers (at least those who know what they’re doing) are CONSISTENTLY building an email list.
I was reading a post by Zac Johnson (check out his blog at ZacJohnson.com) last week titled ShoeMoney System: One Month Later & Why It Works, and was quite honestly a little baffled by what I read. Zac was giving his two cents about the new ShoeMoney System that opened up, sold the 500 seat […]