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How To Make Money In A Recession

As you probably know, small businesses in your town are currently facing tough times. They need to find new customers and profits NOW.

It’s life or death for them.

They must get new customers and profits… or they’re out of business.

And this is a great opportunity for you to make money in this recession.

If you can help your local businesses increase their profits, you can earn a pretty good income as a consultant.

If this sounds good to you, I highly recommend you check out the Startup Rebel Consulting Business Blueprint. Read more »

Growing Your Business

The Five Biggest Outsourcing Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

Recently, we interviewed Alice Seba of InternetMarketingSweetie.com on outsourcing. We asked her to list the five biggest mistakes that entrepreneurs make.  Below is an excerpt from her revealing 1-hour interview with us.

Mistake #1: Completely task or project-based outsourcing.

In other words, hiring someone to complete a specific task or project when the need arises. Instead, they should be focusing on gathering long-term valuable members of their team.

I’m thinking that this goes to the question before, I see people who are constantly going to the freelance sites, and trying to find a new person, or trying to find the cheapest person, even though they are looking for quality, they’re still looking for the cheapest person.

Each time they need it, they are looking for someone new, and it’s so much easier if you find someone good and keep them busy. And, it’s not just that you keep that new person.

It means that your business can continue to run smoothly, because the people who work for me… I don’t have to talk with them all the time. Read more »

Marketing

How To Maximize Profits From Your Facebook Fan Page

If you have a Facebook Fan Page, it’d be a good idea to  capture the email addresses of your fans, so that you can contact them whenever you want. Here are the steps to capturing your fans’ email addresses:

  1. You need to subscribe to an email marketing service like Aweber.
  2. Add your opt-in form (which you’ll obtain from Aweber) on to your Facebook Fan page.
  3. Offer a free gift like a report or a video to motivate your fans to opt-in to your mailing list.

Since adding an opt-in form can be a bit technical for many people, here’s a cool video I found that shows you how to do it… Read more »

Sales

A 5-Second Copywriting Strategy To Increase Your Sales

If you sell a general product to a general market, here’s a simple yet effective copywriting strategy that will increase your sales.

Let’s say you wrote an ebook that teaches job hunters how to get a job in 30 days. And you wrote a sales letter with the headline:

“How To Get A Job In 30 Days Or Less.”

Now, you may be able to generate some sales with that letter. But here’s a strategy that will boost your sales. It’s so simple that it’s surprising how many experienced marketers overlook it.

It’s called market segmentation. Read more »

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How To Make Money In A Recession

As you probably know, small businesses in your town are currently facing tough times. They need to find new customers and profits NOW. It’s life or death for... Read more »

November 10, 2009 | Leave a Comment


Marketing

How To Maximize Profits From Your Facebook Fan Page

If you have a Facebook Fan Page, it’d be a good idea to  capture the email addresses of your fans, so that you can contact them whenever you want. Here are... Read more »

March 24, 2010 | Leave a Comment


Sales

A 5-Second Copywriting Strategy To Increase Your Sales

If you sell a general product to a general market, here’s a simple yet effective copywriting strategy that will increase your sales. Let’s say you wrote an ebook... Read more »

October 13, 2008 | 1 Comment


Growing Your Business

The Five Biggest Outsourcing Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

Recently, we interviewed Alice Seba of InternetMarketingSweetie.com on outsourcing. We asked her to list the five biggest mistakes that entrepreneurs make.  Below... Read more »

October 27, 2008 | Leave a Comment