Niche Marketing

Specific and relevant advice on marketing your niche business. The how-to for getting customers, generating traffic, increasing conversions, getting more backend sales and other hot tips from the Internet's leading niche marketers.

How To Get A Link From NicheGeek.Com

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Thu, 2007-04-05 10:48.
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If you are into SEO, you know the importance of links. You can buy a link from any page on NicheGeek.Com, except the index, for $50 (you can pay via credit card, paypal, e-check, wire, etc.)The best of NicheGeek.Com pages are $150 per link (because they get massive traffic, in addition to having good PR) These are

All links are PERMANENT, which means your really BUY them, not rent them. I can link to any site, except pharma sites, porn sites, spyware sites and scammy-looking MFA sites.

Why Clueless Marketers Are Terrified Of The Web

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2007-04-04 08:25.
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If you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner… and you’ve been earning a few bucks online using any of the tactics you’ve learned from me (or any of the other veteran marketers online)… then pat yourself on the back.

You’re doing something that many “mainstream” businesses haven’t yet figured out how to pull off.

And… if they continue to ignore the basics of direct selling (which you’re taking for granted as necessary for profits)… they won’t be “mainstream” much longer.

They’ll be extinct.

Bye bye.

Here’s what I’m talking about: The Web has “officially” become the Number One source for advertising for many of the culture’s biggest advertisers — a year earlier than predicted. Gazillions of bucks that used to be channeled through “traditional” media (newspapers, magazines, direct mail, television, radio, etc) have now been measurably diverted online.

The Biggest Secret To Successful Copywriting There Is

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2007-04-03 12:17.
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In the 33-plus years since I created my first little piece of direct response sales copy, I've written considerably more than a thousand direct response ads, television spots and mail pieces.

Because nearly all of them were direct response promotions, each produced an easily measurable and almost immediate result. And over the years, as I studied those results, my approach to strategizing and creating sales promotions began to evolve.

Today, my work process is very different than it was in those early years. My first thought is no longer about the product benefits or even the product's USP. Nor do I begin each project by thinking about all the rational "reasons why" my prospect should buy.

How To Cut Costs And Increase Your Sales

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2007-04-03 06:34.
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In the last Success Marketing Strategy we talked about pricing and how most business people under price their products and services. Of course, fixing this problem is a huge source of profit improvement.

A second source of profit improvement directly linked to everything else we've discussed in these email is doing more business with each customer as opposed to obtaining lots of new customers. A lesson I've learned from the mail order business is that a buyer is a buyer is a buyer. It's infinitely easier and always more profitable to work at increasing the purchasing of your satisfied customers than it is to go out and add new ones.

How To Run A Business From A Yacht

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Sun, 2007-04-01 13:11.
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For most of his career, Neville Hockley has faced the tech headaches that confront the owner of any small design firm: finding time to read the hundreds of e-mails he receives each day and waiting for high-res graphics to upload. But in a few months he'll face a new set of challenges, such as preparing his workstation for an oncoming nor'wester or searching for a satellite signal off the Caymans.

For the past decade Hockley has worked ten-hour days building his i&D Media Group (iandd.com), a New York City-based graphic-design company with eight employees, more than $3 million in annual revenue, and clients that include Discovery Networks and Hyperion Software.

The End Of News As We Know It

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Fri, 2007-03-30 10:16.
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When my father was drafted during World War II and dumped in Belgium just in time for the Battle of the Bulge, my mother and his first two kids (I wasn’t a glimmer in his eye yet) waited days for even a trickle of news about the war… and waited months for letters from Pop himself.

The news came in painfully slow trickles. First rumors, then snatches of broadcast bulletins on the radio, then a newspaper story that may or not have been accurate… and in none of this was even a prayer for specific news from or about Pop.

That kind of no-news existence is just hard to imagine now. Online, I can watch stories develop just by refreshing my Google homepage — really hot news is updated constantly, within minutes of dramatic fresh input.

Why Trying To Use The Same One Road To Get Everywhere Is Plain Stupid

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Thu, 2007-03-29 11:15.
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The problem with only using one single road to get anywhere is that in the end, even though that road may be considered the best for you at that point – things change. You will wake up one day and find that road has been discontinued or someone’s put a road block up or put a diversion in place.

And yet this is what I see all too many website owners do and I’ve been down that one, single road myself. And when it gets shut off or narrowed it hurts.

The most common single road that people use and rely on exclusively is search engine traffic, or more specifically – Google traffic.

Five quotes from advertising genius David Oglivy to improve your copy and your results

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Thu, 2007-03-29 09:30.
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Here are five Ogilvy quotes - great reminders of what you need to do to turn a profit with your copywriting:

The Care And Feeding Of Your Future, Without The Soap Opera Drama And Trauma

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2007-03-28 10:58.
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Back when I started out in advertising… and even in the first year or so of my freelance career… I had to concentrate to remember exactly what “direct response” meant in the term “direct response advertising”.

Because a lot of the clients and agencies I worked with were oblivious. They understood the concept of advertising – you tried to persuade people to buy your cool new product.

How tough is that to be clear on?

Forget about making a Million . . . Make enough to Pay Your Gas Bill!

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2007-03-28 08:50.
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I've gotten so sick of speakers at conferences who want to show you how to make a million dollars. They talk about how great they are and then ask you to invest obscene amounts of money and they will "give you the secret" to wealth and riches.

Will someone PLEASE tell people to STOP buying from these people? I would prefer you learn how to make an extra $250 a month. After you do that you can replicate the process and make MILLIONS next year, OK?

It's like mutual funds. Rather than own ONE site that is brining in all the cash, why not have a few hundred sites each making $250 each?

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