Tuesday, September 22, 2009

How To Get Into The Right Market

Not targeting your market is like bowling blindfolded. Maybe you get lucky, maybe you don't. And attempting to market to a general audience is not a successful way to run a business.

These are the four factors you'll need to consider knowing:

1. Who will be your potential customers? For example, if you are setting up a website that discusses alternative medicine, you can bet your target audience is not going to be video gamers! They must share the same interest or affinity towards your niche.

2. What is the best way to know your market's behavior and preference? The easiest way is to conduct survey on your website (provided you already have ongoing visitors). Make your list a part of the process, and have them tell you what they really want and need.

If you can can't do that, then spend a little bit time at the forums that are related to your market and learn what people are looking for, or what do they need to know. This is one of the best resources available to the savvy marketer, and should be taken full advantage of.

3. Choose the proper target market. In the preceding example, we used the analogy of video gamers and alternative medicine. If you are promoting a high ticket product, it makes little sense to market to people who are not willing or able to pay for your product. Do they have access to your services? Is enough information available to them to make the right decision and reach for their wallets? Is the niche you are planning on promoting saturated and have heavy competition? Just who is the competition?

4. Chose the proper customer profile. This goes a long way in guiding your sales efforts, and also helps you to know whom you are promoting to. Learn the language of the niche - each niche has its own specific language and slang that is used in talking about it. You need to sound believable and show credibility. Nothing will drive your potential customers away quicker than the fact you don't speak their language.

Although this simple guide does not go into enough detail to run a proper market analysis, it gives you a good overview of what to look for, and the type of information to gather, whether through a custom built survey, or through hiring a market consultant to run the demographics for you. Either way, knowing your market is half the battle, and does not leave you wondering what your market really needs.

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

The Most Lucrative Business Model Revealed!

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Why?

Because there's over $3,000 worth of prizes to be won! I have already take part in it! What about you?

There are tons of cool stuff that are up for grabs and they include lifetime memberships, turnkey business packages and even cold hard cash.

In addition, there will be two lucky winners who will walk away with one COMPLETE & RED-HOT turnkey software business each!

This has got to be one of those online contests that you know you will be dumb if you missed out on them.

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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

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Friday, July 31, 2009

Introduction To CPA Marketing

“Cost Per Action” or CPA marketing is two of the simplest methods for beginner Internet marketers to begin making money online. For years, this type of affiliate marketing has an industry secret of the insider "big players.” It was never really a “secret,” but while most people in Internet marketing had their hands busy promoting Clickbank products, the big kahunas were playing on a whole different level.

Cost Per Action, sometimes referred to as "CPA," is a type of Internet marketing that requires consumers to complete specific actions – this usually entails filling out a form and requesting a free product sample, signing up for a free trial. In some cases, it involves asking the consumer to try a new product or service by making a small purchase.

What it means is that you, as offer promoter, get paid for the "actions" taken by the traffic you steer to advertisers. As a basic example, let's say a company wants to test the consumer feedback on a new product line that they are introducing. They create an offer where they agree to pay $1.50 for each person who submits their e-mail address and zip code – your job is simply to direct traffic to that site and then collect $1.50 for each person who opts in.

This is a fairly standard promotion type. Others might pay as much as $37 for an optin (though if the payout is higher, the offer might require much more information from the customer or ask for a small upfront payment.

In essence you, as a CPA marketer, are really a traffic broker: You buy traffic on one end, send it to an offer page and get paid based on how well it converts. Sounds so simple, doesn't it? It can be easy, but it generally isn't.

Because it is so profitable, CPA marketing is extremely competitive, and for a beginner, it can be intimidating to start trying to compete with super-affiliates making $100k a day and even more, or even with the more common affiliates who are making $500 to $1,000 a day running CPA campaigns. When you try to get started, you're going to be up against all of that competition, and it can be very challenging. The truth is, a lot of beginners simply get frustrated and give up when they figure out that CPA marketing can be difficult and expensive.

CPA marketing can be all that the sales letters say it can be – you really can make $100k a day if you know what you’re doing – but it can also be frustrating if you jump in without the right information.

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Monday, July 27, 2009

Re: Not Only You Want To Make Money Online, You Want It By Tomorrow Right? By Patric Chan

Do you believe that someone without any internet marketing experience can make money online in less than a week?

You see, I'm a strong believer that it's ALWAYS important to build an internet business that can generate income-- not just about making money online.

And as a matter of fact, I get annoyed when anyone asks me a question like...

"Can you teach me how to make money online in a week?"

In my mindset, its 'hard' to make money online for a newbie and it'll take at least 6 weeks to get on the right track. I even think that it's already 'wrong' in the first place to have that kind of silly hope.

**BUT**... I realized how I'm shutting myself and my client's possibilities because I'm being a Smart Alec. I'm being ignorant. There's absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to make money online without spending the time to learn and putting effort, AND wanting to see income in your Paypal within a couple of days.

It is possible and I can prove it to you. No list, no product, no JVs, no nothing.

The only concern is this-- you just got to know how to differentiate a real business and the process of making money online.

An internet business is a platform to make money online. But making money online does not mean you have an internet business.

When you want to make money on the internet, there are two ways to go about it.

The first one is to build a real internet business as mentioned earlier. In this method, normally, you'll select the niche market based on your current expertise, what you like or if it's your hobby. The strategy for this is to dominate the sub-niche of the pursued niche market and grow it 'deep'.

Or build an internet business based on your million-dollar idea like the next facebook.com or something.

The other one is to break the 'rule' of building a real business by setting up as many 'income generators' as you can on the internet. For instance, putting up ads to promote affiliate programs. As you can see, this is really quick because it doesn't require any product creation or even a website.

The game for this is simple too-- the more you can put up on the internet, the higher the chance of success and the richer you'll be. The internet marketing game is very simple to play- the more 'presence' you can have on the internet, the more money you'll start to see.

The good thing about this method compared to the first one is you have minimal risk and you'll start seeing income as you go along.

BUT THERE'S A PROBLEM-- you desperately need speed. If you don't use software or hire people to do the mechanical work for you, you just can't put up enough 'income generators' on the internet. My point is, forget about this option if you're going to do manually - it's just too much work.

But the ultimate business strategy is to combine both options.

Here's how it works - send traffic to the affiliate program by using Google Adwords and see how many clicks you can get. In some profitable niches, you can get thousands of clicks at dirt cheap.

If this is happening, then you should start diverting these visitors to your own landing page (instead of sending the traffic directly to the affiliate program) and get them to subscribe into your list. Bam. Now you get to promote the same affiliate program to your list as many times as you want and keep on promoting other products for maximum profit.

If you're getting good commission for a particular affiliate program and you kind of like that niche market, you can consider creating your own product to sell then.

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