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Internet Marketing Help?

Published on 10/24/2012
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Need Internet/network marketing help? Before you join yet another program or spend another dime, you'll want to a look at this...



Broke and frustrated!


If there were ever two words every marketer has uttered at one time or another it would those two.


Broke not just monetarily but broke in SPIRIT! Maybe you just spent $1k in Adwords only to see your campaigns fail.


Perhaps you just joined a network marketing company only to see the company go out of business - taking your money with it.


It's all like a domino effect in your business. The break-down of one leads to the break down in many other areas of your business. The frustration comes in when you don't make the kind of money you thought you'd be making.


It's all part of business, but there are some things you can do to minimize them. Read on...


How to Minimize Your Business Frustrations




1. Choose Your Opportunity or Product Wisely - Pick a product/service/offer/opportunity to promote. If you're choosing an affiliate offer, make sure it's legit and the product/service is something that people are buying.


If you're choosing a network marketing company, it's better go with a traditional mlm rather than one of those here today gone tomorrow types of companies.


2. Make Sure Your Landing Page Converts (or create your own) - The affiliate landing page given to you must convert well. It's ALWAYS better to create your own landing page so you can build your own list before sending traffic to the offer.


If you're with a network marketing company, odds are the website(s) given to you don't convert well. You want to always be building your list before sending traffic to your company's replicated website.


3. Decide Your Traffic Tactics - What are you going to do for lead generation? Remember, the better you get at driving traffic to a high converting web page, the more money you're going to make.


It's always best to start with one traffic method at a time. Paid marketing delivers faster traffic that you can then scale up.


4. Is It Working? - Notice if what you're doing is working. If it's not working, find out what the problem is.


Is it your offer? Is it your landing page? Is your marketing funnel doing a good job of converting your leads?


Once you find the problem, you can then fix it or just dump it altogether and start over again.


5. Practice Good Business Habits - Treat your business like a business. Pick a business opportunity that has real products that real people buy.


Make sure you're driving traffic to offers that convert well or else you're just wasting your time and your traffic.


Not sure how to generate leads for your network marketing company or other home business? Let me show you what I recommend...

Corrisa Malone is a digital marketing consultant out of beautiful sourthern California.

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