Wednesday, 24 October 2012

How to Choose a Niche Market?

Choosing a hot niche market according to your own experiences will give you more advantages as you already know the inner secrets to market your product or services. It is also very easy on your part to point out what are the benefits that your product or service can give to the hungry crowd. You need to be precise in your campaign. You can have one of the most visited sites all because you have carefully considered a certain chosen market niche.
The web has been cluttered with examples of niche markets. The key is to learn how to find markets in many avenues so that you will know what to consider as the most profitable option. ClickBank is one of the most popular sites where there is a constant and reliable update on hot niche markets.
Choosing a market niche among those that are already on the top 10 list is very commendable. But of course you can start with what you already have and go from there. Examples of a hot market niche that really generate the most traffic are those that are passionately advertised.
Search on topics that you are passionately looking to share with the public. Allow them to see your point of view. Convince the hungry crowd that the service or product you are affiliated with is worth checking. Find a hot niche market then promote your chosen niche and deliver it to the starving crowd.
It is also best to consider the crowd that you are trying to attract. Is it the teenagers or the homemakers that will give your market niche the most visits or even maybe the busy business crowd? Examples of niche markets include products, services or an individual personal audience.
So find your hot niche market among your sea of interests and develop that into a niche market that will blast your way to financial success. Claim your right to the abundance of cash that the universe has been storing for you!
Choose a hot niche and look within yourself and find that financial freedom. Are you ready for the millions? Are you ready to earn an extra income? The choice is yours.
Start now! Search for examples of hot niche's online and that will help you decide on what to offer in your own niche market. Find a hot niche that the hungry crowd cannot resist. Keep yourself updated.
Always trust the uniqueness of your voice that can call out the vast resources of the universe which can drive traffic to your niche. Choosing a niche market very carefully is a reflection of the millions you wish to attract.

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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

What Can I Do To Make Money?

There are four ways to make money online (MMOs).

The first way to make money online is to remember, your website is just like a traditional business. Your shop front is simply a website, that’s it. 

So the first thing you can sell is physical products. And so they don’t have to be anything special, just cameras, books,you name it, anything that people want. Physical products can all be sold from a website. They can be your products or somebody else’s.

Secondly, you can sell digital productsThey are products you can download, 
like software, e-books, audio files, and videos. Digital product is just another way for you to get information or solution. It can be your own digital products as you create them yourself, or you can buy somebody else’s digital products and sell those from your site. Either way, you have options. And people often said, “How can I possibly sell products online, I don’t have and I don’t have any product idea?” That’s okay, you can find other products which have licenses that are allowable and you can buy the licenses and you can sell the product at your site, it’s a great way to start.

The good thing about digital products is the margins can be great, as you have got very low costs. It can be a great way of getting ahead. There are so many tools nowadays to enjoy digital product; we have iPads, iPhones etc. Therefore it’s a fabulous area to get into.

The third way to get yourself online is to sell your services. Solicitors, dentists, hair dressers, all wonder, “How can I do it online? Do I really need a website?” 48% businesses in Australia still don’t have a website. It’s crazy, they need a website. How do you do that? Simply educate your market. Give away your best secrets. Create a website and that allows you then to contact people if they join your database and give you their name and email. You can contact them with special offers or about coming in to your store. If you don’t want to sell things from yourself, you can sell other people’s stuff. You can  recommend other people’s stuff and take a commission. So selling your services is totally doable online and very very cool.

The last way is simply to recommend other people’s products. You simply  make a business by recommending other people’s products. You don’t have a  business; you don’t really have anything other than good recommendation. You can recommend someone else’s software, like I have software and if you recommend someone to buy that software, you get 50 cents for every dollar I make. There’s no reason you can’t set up a deal where you send people along to their site and if they turn to a customer they give you 10-25% of the sale which can be a grand at least. It’s called Affiliate Marketing; you may have heard of it, it’s really awesome :)

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

5 Tips for Starting a Career in Social Media Today

So I take it you’re looking to start a career in social media? Well unless you’re one of the lucky few who can “blow up” with a viral hit, it’s going to take some hard work and passion. I should know- I’m not writing this from some ivory tower. I’m writing this with the belief that what I’m about to share with you will continue to propel me forward as well.  There’s a lot of opportunity out there in online marketing and I’m guessing you want in as well. Businesses are finally taking social seriously, and now is the time to learn the tools, theories and people to set yourself ahead of the competition. Are you committed? Are you serious? And most importantly, are you ready?

T- TODAY: Is it bad to start an acronym with the word itself? I don’t have the answer to that, but I digress… Social media is both an art and a science. To become knowledgeable, you have to both study and practice regularly, starting today. Read up from sources like Mashable or Social Media Today and listen to thought leaders like Michael Stelzner and Brian Solis. Trust that other people are smarter than you and use the internet to your advantage to learn from the best. After a while, you’ll begin to internalize the best practices and make them your own. When the ideas become your own, you can reflect them back into the world and help to grow the thinkers of tomorrow. For all we know, you may even write a book someday- but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

O- ORIGINALITY: If your plan involves being a copy of someone else, why would anyone follow you over them? Instead, bring your own dip to the party and be happy that a career in social media allows your creativity and personality to show through. There’s only one right way to change the oil in a car, but there’s countless ways to build a following on Facebook or Twitter. Experiment and find what works for you. Though it may take some time to find your niche, you can already cross off copying “that guy” with a million Twitter followers, because what he did to get there has already been done.

D- DATA: Data is your friend with online marketing- Learn to love it. Sooner or later someone is going to want to see behind the curtain of your work and you’ll need to come up with sexy-looking reports to show your progress. Previous generations have had to struggle finding and collecting data, so be thankful that now it’s just a click away. Find ways to interpret meaning from the numbers and use them to your advantage in future planning. Ask yourself “Why?” again and again, and test your hypotheses to see if you were right. You’ll know when you are, because the data doesn’t lie.

A- ALWAYS: Here’s a list of a few things you should always do: Create what you’d want to see, share your content, cite your sources, being engaging, network with like-minded individuals, stay on top of the trends, accept that your know nothing and continue learning, go to meet-ups, update your profiles, keep it classy, have fun, keep trying and most importantly- be yourself (I said it twice because I mean it).

Y- YEARNING: There are plenty of jobs out there, but is this what you want to be doing? If I were to search Google and ask what you’re all about, what would show up? I’d hope to find employable social profiles and see some initiative on your part- Otherwise your talk is just fluff. It’s easy to say you have passion and drive, but if you’re truly passionate, then start putting your name out there. Spend the time to build a website, show the world the plans inside your head, and develop a deep understanding of all the social tools and the tactics that drive them. Faith is an action word my friend, so take the plunge and get started following your dreams today.

How are you getting started? Tell me in the comments below and share your success stories.

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