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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Work From Home Programs - Why Do 97% Of People Fail When They Start A Work From Home Program

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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Work from home: tips for other affiliates?

Study, research, try, test and don't be afraid to spend money to promote your affiliate products. Those at the top may be experienced and been there for years, but stick at it and you will get there too. If you are not making much right now that because you need more experience.

Most importantly, commit to your affiliate or Internet business 100%. Be as serious with it as your would your own business, save money, and reinvest.


What are the most important factors to succeed in affiliate marketing?

The most important factor is to look for the market with least competition. Promote only affiliate products that has a ready market or eager buyers with least competitions, forget about those ebooks. Secondly, choose only those affiliate programs that truly deliver like MN.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Site

Internet marketing involves more than getting traffic to your site. Sometimes the smallest things can have the biggest impact. The following five actions you can take to improve your Internet marketing and Web site are simple and often over looked when creating or marketing a site.

1) Create a unique 404 error page.

What is a 404 error page? It's the page you see when someone clicks on a broken link or a page that has been renamed. When that happens the site visitor will see a standard page that simply tells you the page is no longer available. It has no thrills, no other links, no branding and above all, very little helpful information.

The page usually starts off with these words:

The page cannot be found.
The page you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

Your unique 404 error page should look like a regular page of your site. It should include your site's header, footer and navigation bar so that the site visitor can easily click on another area of your site. The content of this unique 404 error page should contain text explaining that the page selected is no longer available along with contact information so the site visitor has the option of emailing or calling your company.

An example of our 404 error page can be found at:

2) We value your privacy.

This simple four word sentence can have a tremendous effect on your email or form conversion ratios. Be sure to have the sentence, or at least the word "privacy" linked to your privacy statement.

Use this sentence next to any email form on your site or on your contact page. Clearly and simply stating your privacy policy assures the site visitor that you will not sell, give or trade their email or personal information to a third party.

While a privacy page is standard practice for most professional site builders, lawyers usually have their hand in writing a company's privacy policy. That results in having the privacy policy looking like a long legal document.

Using the simple sentence with a link to the privacy policy gives the site visitor assurance that you care about their privacy without having a long explanation.

3) We vs You.

Re-read your home page copy and make sure it is customer focused text. Customer focused text is text that focuses on the customer and not YOU. When you re-read your home page content see how often you use the term "we, us, or our" rather than "You". If your text reads something like: "We offer bla, bla, bla," or "Our services includes, bla, bla, bla," then it is focusing on you rather than the customer.

4) Email Signatures.

Create standard email signatures for ALL your employees. Anyone that uses the Internet in your company should have a company standard email signature.

What's an email signature? Did you ever notice that at the end of some emails you will see not only the email creator's name, but their phone number, fax, number, company name, logo, Web site address, etc. It's amazing how easy this is to do and how many companies simply over look it. Or they let everyone do their own thing.

Having the company's contact and Web site information makes it easy for the recipient to contact you or visit your site. Making it standard email signature improves your overall branding strategy.

5) Call to Action.

A call to action is a statement that asks the site visitor to do something. Two of the biggest mistakes made on a Website is not using call to actions or using the wrong call to actions.

You have probably been on sites that do not give you a clue as to what to do next. They have text and links but nothing that tells you to learn more, buy, compare, read, or call now. Look over your site and see what call to actions are on your site. Try to view it as a first time visitor and create a scenario or action you want your site visitor to take.

The most common and most boring call to action is "Click Here". Sometimes it's unavoidable or it's the only phrase that makes sense, but consider using other statements. Instead of "Click here" use words like learn, save, read, compare, etc.

Call to actions are usually linked to another page on your site. This is a great opportunity to use a keyword in a link on your site, which helps with search engine optimization. Use the keyword in the link for your call to action.

These five suggestion are basically simple things to do that can help improve your site overall. They are often over looked but can prove to have a tremendous effect on your site.

For one of our client's Web sites we suggested item number 2, adding "We value your privacy" just above their email form. The sentence was linked to their privacy policy. The link was hardly used, but having that simple statement was all that was needed. The added statement increased their form's conversion ratio by over 250%.

About the Author: Patricia Hughes is founder of ePlus Marketing and has over 11 years experience in Internet marketing and over 20 years experience in marketing. To receive the ePlus Marketing monthly newsletters and BLOG - both packed with additional Internet marketing tips and suggestions - visit our site as

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Market ends lower on late selling

The market pared early gains as fresh selling emerged in later half of the day. Markets across the globe including ours were inflicted with high volatility.

Earlier today, the market had opened on a firm note following overnight gains in US stocks as a series of mixed reports on the US economy raised investors' optimism of an interest-rate cut by the US Federal Reserve in a meeting scheduled to be held on 18 September 2007. However it started declining since mid-afternoon trade, as European markets opened.

India's wholesale price index rose 3.79% per annum in the 12 months to 25 August 2007, lower than the previous week's 3.94% due to a decline in some food prices, government data showed on Friday, 7 September 2007. Inflation is at its lowest level since it touched 3.70% in the week ended April 15, 2006. Inflation data hit the market at about 12:00 IST.

The BSE 30-share Sensex slipped 49.32 points, or 0.32%, to 15,566.99, as per provisional closing. It had opened higher at 15,655.37 and advanced further to hit a high of 15,716.06. The index had slipped to a low of 15,565.22.

It oscillated in a range of 150.84 points, with rapid volatile swings throughout the day.

The S&P CNX Nifty was declined 12.85 points, or 0.28%, to 4,505.75.

The market breadth which was strong throughout the day, eased in fag end of the day. On BSE, 1,383 shares advanced as compared to 1,381 that declined, while 71 remained unchanged. This is in sharp contrast to the market breadth in morning when, 1264 shares advanced as compared to 305 that declined, while 24 remained unchanged.

The total turnover on BSE amounted to Rs 4864 crore as compared to Rs 3757 crore by 14:30 IST

From the 30-member Sensex pack, 20 slipped; the rest gained.

India’s largest cigarette manufacturer by sales ITC surged 1.63% to Rs 177.50 on 17.62 lakh shares. It was the top gainer from the Sensex pack.

Hindalco Industries (up 1.32% to Rs 157), HDFC Bank (up 1.07% to Rs 1198) were the other gainers from the Sensex pack

State-run explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, India's second-most valuable firm, rose 1.56% to Rs 850.10 as oil prices climbed above $76 a barrel as tension between Syria and Israel raised supply concerns.

State Bank of India (SBI), the nation’s largest banking entity by net profit, slipped 0.91% to Rs 1617. As per reports, it will raise about Rs 1500 crore through a bond issue this week. The issue will be part of the bank's Tier II capital. The size of core issue likely to be set at Rs 1000 crore with over subscription option of Rs 500 crore.

Cipla, the country's third largest pharma company by sales, was the top loser from the Sensex pack. It slipped 2.43% to Rs 180.50 on 6.39 lakh shares.

Auto shares declined on profit booking. Tata Motors (down 1.80% to Rs 699), Bajaj Auto (down 0.26% to Rs 2327), Mahindra & Mahindra (down 2.10% to Rs 707), and Maruti Udyog (down 0.98% to Rs 873.15) were down.

India's largest private sector entity by market capitalisation and oil refiner, Reliance Industries (RIL), was down 1.29% to Rs 1957.70 on 5.09 lakh shares as its gas pricing formula from the Krishna-Godavari basin faced oppositon from the CPM politburo and Samajwadi Party. The Union fertiliser minister Ram Vilas Paswan said the price ($ 4.33 per million British thermal unit) sought by RIL for the gas it plans to produce from KG block next year is unrealistic.

Among the side counters, Roto Pumps (up 18.63% to Rs 73.85), BPL (up 20% to Rs 59.50) and Zuari Industries (up 12.11% to Rs 288) surged.

European markets, which opened after the Indian markets, were trading weak. Key benchmark indices in Germany (down 0.55% to 7,579.76), France (down 0.59% to 5,543.44) and United Kingdom (down 0.11% to 6,306.10) slipped.

Asian markets were also trading mixed today, 7 September 2007. Japan's Nikkei (down 0.83% at 16,122.16), Hang Seng (down 0.28% at 23,982.61), South Korea's Seoul Composite (down 0.21% at 1,884.90) and Shanghai Composite (down 2.16% to 5,277.15) slipped.

However, Taiwan Weighted (up 0.01% at 9,018.08) and Singapore's Straits Times (up 0.66% at 3,489.08) advanced.

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 57.88 points, or 0.44%, to 13,363.35, on Thursday, 6 September 2007. Broader stock indicators also lifted. The Standard & Poor's 500 index gained 6.26 points, or 0.43%, to 1,478.55, and the Nasdaq Composite index was up 8.37 points, or 0.32%, to 2,614.32.

In a meeting held yesterday, 6 September 2007, Bank of England kept interest rates unchanged at 5.75% and the European Central Bank (ECB) also decided to keep its rates unchanged to 4%.

Crude oil prices climbed further above $76 a barrel on Friday, 7 September 2007, just about $2 below record highs, as tension between Syria and Israel compounded supply worries after fall in US crude and gasoline inventories. US crude gained 18 cents to $76.48 a barrel while London Brent crude edged up 3 cents to $74.80.

As per provisional data, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) purchased shares worth a net Rs 311.37 crore, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net sellers of shares worth Rs 8.26 crore on Thursday, 6 September 2007.

The BSE 30-share Sensex rose 170.16 points, or 1.10%, to 15,616.31 on Thursday, 6 September 2007. The S&P CNX Nifty was up 42.75 points, or 0.96%, to 4,518.60, on that day.