Monday, August 11, 2008

Internet Marketing Tips - Going the Extra Mile Pays Off

. Monday, August 11, 2008

We all get lazy when it comes to marketing. Hey, even I do. But today, I decided to push myself a little harder just because I knew it was the right thing to do. And you know what, you don't have to push yourself that much harder to make a difference. In this article, I'm going to give you some examples of how just doing a little bit more each day can make a world of difference.
Let's start with article marketing. Article marketing is one of the most cost effective ways to promote your product or service online. The downside is that it takes a while and quite a few articles to build up any decent amount of traffic. So let's say you wrote two articles a day, everyday, for marketing purposes. At the end of a year, you'd have 730 articles out on the Internet. Hey, that's not too bad. But imagine if you wrote just ONE more article each day. You'd have almost 1100 articles out there at the end of a year. Just one more per day.
What about product creation. Look, I know that affiliate marketing is a lot easier. You don't have the hassles of having to create your own products, squeeze pages, sales pages and so on. But the truth is, you have the potential to make a lot more money with your own products than you do by selling affiliate products for a number of reasons. Well, let's say you wanted to write a 100 page ebook and you wrote 10 pages a day. It would take you 10 days to finish the book. But what if you wrote just five more pages per day? You'd have the book finished in less than a week. Just five more pages a day.
Do you create your own sales pages? Well, if you do, you know that they can be pretty long. Some sales pages are as long as 40 pages or more. It could take a solid week to write a 40 page sales page if you write about six pages a day. But what it you wrote just two more pages per day. You'd have your sales page done in five days. Instead of having to take the weekend to finish it up, you could have it out on the Internet.
The bottom line to all this is simple. You get things done faster thus getting your work out to the public faster, meaning you not only make money faster but you have more time to do other things and make even more money.
Yes, going the extra mile really DOES pay off.


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