Meat and Potatoes for Your Affiliate Diet

by Glenn Antoine on December 8, 2010

Think of banner ads as the spice in your affiliate diet. Sprinkle them around, but for a heartier helping of sales, you’ll need something more solid! Learn to give your visitors longer, more descriptive pre-sales text. Revamp your affiliate advertising using these simple steps: – Pull the Reader in – Introduce the Product – Explain […]

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Confirmed Opt-in Myths Exposed

by Glenn Antoine on December 4, 2010

Confirmed opt-in as defined by SpamHaus, who is one of the most respected anti spam organizations in the world: Known as “COI” in the legitimate bulk email industry, also known as “Confirmed Opt-in”, “Verified Opt-in” or sometimes “Double Opt-in”. With Closed-Loop Opt-in the Recipient has verifiably confirmed permission for the address to be included on […]

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Spam: Where it Came From, and How to Escape It

November 30, 2010

In 1936, long before the rise of the personal computer, Hormel Foods created SPAM. In 2002, the company will produce it’s six billionth can of the processed food product. But that mark was passed long ago in the world of Internet spam. Who Cooked This!? (How did it all start?) Why Does Bad Spam Happen […]

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Do Your Potential Customers Forget About You?

November 22, 2010

Your web business probably gets product inquiries from potential customers around the globe. Inquiries come via e-mail and your web site, and you try to send information to each hot prospect as quickly as you can. You know that you can drastically increase the likelihood of making a sale by satisfying each person’s need for […]

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Faith Is About Being OK

November 19, 2010

If you have spent anytime at all on my site, you will know that faith is something important to me. As such, I often find and/or receive stories, and the messages they contain, that are very inspiring. However, in this particular case, not only is there a very inspirational message, but there is an underlying […]

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Aweber Announces API & WordPress Form Plugin

November 18, 2010

Today, Aweber announced the release of the Aweber API. This release will now all you as an Aweber user to easily integrate your online products and services into Aweber Email marketing software. The time savings and additional value for your business are limitless. As small business owners that are already utilizing the power of Aweber, […]

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Sales & Marketing: The Truth!

November 18, 2010

If you believe much of what we read with regards to Sales, Marketing, Social Media, and Business in general, there has just been a “major breakthrough” that will allow you to instantly generate massive quantities of cash flow! I am just a susceptible to being lured in by these types of headlines as anyone else, […]

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Email Deliverability Tips

November 17, 2010

Ensuring requested opt-in email is delivered to subscriber inboxes is an increasingly difficult battle in the age of spam filtering. Open and click thru response rates can be dramatically affected by as much as 20-30% due to incorrect spam filter classification. Permission Confirming that the people who ask for your information have actually requested to […]

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What is your MOST powerful Social Media Strategy?

November 16, 2010

Ok, so here is what I am thinking. There are a ton of you that have found little tips and tricks that have been huge in helping you dominate the world of social media. And, I would like to hear from you. More importantly, I would like this post to be a collaboration of some […]

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Outliers: The Story of Success by is Malcolm Gladwell

November 15, 2010

Outliers : The Story of Success, published in 2008, is Malcolm Gladwell’s third consecutive best-selling book. In Outliers, Gladwell examines a broad range of factors that have contributed to substantial success of people that you may or may not be able to relate to: Bill Gates, Canadian ice hockey players, Robert Oppenheimer and an exceptionally […]

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