Three Steps To Creating A Successful Call To Action!

Three Steps To Creating A Successful Call To Action! Once you have attracted someone to your web site and have managed to get them interested in your article or squeeze page, then don’t let them get away. And the best way to keep them is to create a simple “CALL TO ACTION” so that they…

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Ten Guilty Pleasures!

This is a second post that I have borrowed from Chris Brogan (http://chrisbrogan.com) and his list of “100 Blog Topics I Hope You Write” so thanks to Chris and credit to him for the title. So what are my ten guilty pleasures and do I rank them in an order of priority or just as…

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Grumpy Old Man – The Big Issue!

Now before you judge me on this post, I am not against the principles of the Big Issue as a means to help the more disadvantaged in our local communities, but more about what I see and read about the whole issue of the Big Issue these days. I’ll start with some history since the…

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Five Top Tips For Squeeze Pages

To begin and sustain any on-line business, you need to create your list of subscribers and this is achieved by having a squeeze page as the place people first arrive when they come to your site so what do we need to do to capture their details and add them to your list? Add An…

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Downtime – What Do I Do Offline To Recharge?

I was searching around for some inspiration for a topic to write about and found an interesting title in my search results of “100 Blog Topics I Hope You Write” This intrigued me so I clicked on the link and found myself looking at 100 titles for possible blog posts so I jumped in and…

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Dragon’s Den – Where Are They Now?

Here in the UK, we have a TV programme called Dragon’s Den which I must admit I used to enjoy when it first started back in 2005 and right through to around 2008 when I started to miss programmes and now I hardly ever watch the show. The reason? The Dragon’s are promoting themselves more…

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Success Is Like An Iceberg

I wrote previously about Internet Sites Are Like Swans and the same analogy applies to successful people as all most people see are their successes and do not always realise that there have been many failures in their past. The analogy of the iceberg where the majority is never seen can so apply to businesses…

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Book Review – The Go-Giver

In one of his first lessons on the Partnership To Success programme I recently joined, John Thornhill had us buy and read a small book entitled “The Go-Giver” by Bob Burg and John David Mann. As a voracious reader, I happily went along with the suggestion, looked on and made my purchase on Amazon and…

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How To Avoid The Most Common Marketing Mistakes Part 2

In the first part of this mini-series of articles, I gave my readers five mistakes to avoid when running your product marketing campaign and here I complete my list of the top, or more appropriately bottom, five. Micro-Niching Your Product We all know that drilling down in a crowded niche can usually bring great results,…

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Grumpy Old Man – Back On The Buses

I wrote recently about the fun and games on my recent bus ride to the Spurs so you can imagine my impending joy that I had a return journey to look forward to once the game was over! I had a beer with a few friends after the game so delayed my journey and hoped…

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