Breaking into the Internet marketing game can be a hassle. No, It really can be one of the most grueling things you’ve ever come up against in your quest to make money on the Internet. It’s frustrating when you have a product and a website and are making little to no sales. This isn’t the system of constant monetary flow you were expecting. It’s well planned and hours, days or even months into the building process you’ve still barely made a dime!
Well then, for those people, Here are some tips to overcoming your marketing dilemma.
First thing’s first, You have to be advertising your business. It isn’t likely that people are going to stumble into you out of the thousands of other businesses. You have to lead the customer to you. How well would Domino’s have ever done without their commercials?
Articles can work for you, but they also take a lot of work from you and can run flat if not utilized properly. Don’t get caught up on time and energy sucking article writing. As a business owner, you have way too much to do to be stuck on one aspect of the money making scheme. After you have one article written, make sure to use it for all it’s worth. You can spend less time on writing if you can simply maximize the potential of a single article. Try turning your article into a script and make a video. Or you can submit to an article site. like ezinearticles.com But one article site is hardly worth the effort. Leave yourself the option to post the article on multiple article sites. Being the good business owner that you are, use those email lists you’ve already gathered and turn those articles into emails or post them on blogs.
Now that you’ve established you presence and people are seeing your ads everywhere with your information out there. Time to take those articles and turn them into something that will continuously bring in residual income. The information is already out to be read by the world, why not make some real money off this info. directly? I have seen many people start by offering a service and end up just writing ebooks about the service which they used to provide. Once the information is out there, trap it, knowledge sells!
90% of failing Internet based businesses fail because of their lack of exposure. I know some of you are probably thinking, ” But…I’m not a writer.” Actually, this could work to your advantage. Writers tend to get wordy which loses the customer. Ideally you should write like you are talking to a friend. Keep it short and simple. If you still think it’s not for you, you can always find someone to do the work for you. There are places all over the web where you can find talented expert marketers who would gladly ghost write some articles, a sales page, some auto responders or even your ebook for you .