Archive for April, 2008

A 4 Year Affiliate Marketing Timeline

Monday, April 21st, 2008

It must have been at least 3 years since I stepped on to the net. In this post, I thought I'd share a little of what my back ground was. 7 years ago, I graduated from Singapore's NTU. I was not the best student, in fact most people knew me more as a full time dancer rather then a student. I did Latin Ballroom and competed in Cha Cha, Jive and other latin dances. For now, I just dance socially and spend alot of time working on my golf swing.

Anyway… I came online in 2005. That was about 4 years ago. Here's a timeline of my journey, maybe its similar to yours 🙂

2005

Joined Network Marketing because of a friends recommendation. It was an interesting journey, I actually came online and googled "How To Succeed At Network Marketing". Read a couple of articles about the subject on how others built an MLM business using just the internet and some essential tools. The idea was generally there, however there was some essential flaws that caused alot of leakage. In other words, alot of money is spent unwisely. In order to maximise and stretch our dollar means not spending on useless tools that don't add to your bottom line.

To make massive money online means a low start up cost and profits within 30 days.

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Email Marketing – Many Links or Just 1 Link At the End of The Email

Monday, April 7th, 2008

If you're into email marketing, you will want to include the same link in your offer as many as 3 times. This sounds like alot, however the more times someone sees the link, the greater value the link has, and the greater our desire to click on it to find out what lies on the other side of that click…

Placing and email in your link multiple times psychologically compels someone to take action. Especially so if that person you're emailing to has opted in to learn more from you. If that person was not an opt in, then whatever one does simply looks like spam, which in any case, it is.

Email sales is about making it easy for someone to get what they want without doing alot of clicking. Clicking is tiring and takes effort. When we make things convenient for others to take the action we want them to take, they will naturally do so!

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