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5 Keys to Creating Websites that Sell

April 8, 2014 in Affiliate Marketing,Business | Comments (0)

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Your business website is essentially your storefront, business card and most significant marketing piece all rolled into one. How it affects your visitors and customers is then essential to your success. Provide a memorable experience and customers are sure to return time and time again. Let’s take a look at five keys to creating a website that sells.

Key #1 Make your website interactive.

As the internet continues to grow and evolve it’s becoming more important to create a community around your business.To accomplish this you want to engage your visitors and customers. This can be accomplished a number of ways. You can:

* Provide a forum
* Post surveys or polls
* Enable visitors and customers to review or rank items. For example a “How valuable was this article?” question and a scale of 1 to 5 stars or a ranking from 1-10.
* Offer a blog and inspire comments and feedback
* Host contests and sweepstakes
* Publish video and audio content as well as written content. This gives users another way to access you and your personality.

Key #2 Make sure your website provides value.

People go online for a number of reasons. They go online to research a potential purchase, to seek solutions for a problem they’re having and to be entertained. If your website provides all three; products, information, and entertainment then you’re in tip top shape. The good news is your content can provide both the information and the entertainment and when written well, can also inspire purchases. Here are a few ideas to provide value for your customers and prospects:

* How to articles, videos, and audio
* Tips articles, videos, and audio
* Case studies
* Workbooks and reports
* Interviews with experts
* Product reviews

Key #3 Make sure your website is easy to navigate.

It takes a visitor about 20 seconds to make a decision about whether they’re going to stay on your website or click away. If your site is laid out nicely, with products and services, information, prices, FAQs, and content easy to find then people are more likely to hang out – the longer they stay on your site the more likely they are to make a purchase or to return again.

To make your site easy to navigate consider:
* Keeping your site simple.
* Keep your pages uniform with the same options and appearance.
* If you have a lot of content, great! Use drop down menus and organize your content by topic for easier access.
* Offer a search function where users can search for products, services, or content topics quickly and easily.
* Provide a way for users to easily go back to previous pages. A back key is an option however if every page has the same options and drop down menus, including the ability to quickly return to the home page, a visitor will always be able to find what they need.
* Test your website’s appearance on different browsers to make sure every visitor has a good experience.
Key #4 Make your website easy on the eyes.

Ever visit a website and the text was so small or the colors so incompatible that you couldn’t read a word? Readability is critical to a selling website. Make sure:

* Your colors are easy on the eyes,
* Your graphics aren’t distracting
* And keep formatting like underlining, bold and italics to a minimum.
* Spacing between sentences and paragraphs is adequate
* Font size is large enough for people to read and font is easy to read

Key #5 Give them a soft sell.

People expect to be sold to and they’re looking for it – they’re wary. Instead of hitting website visitors with a hard sell, provide information, solve their problems and show them the benefits of your products or services. They’ll be much more receptive and appreciative.

Creating a website that sells requires a structured approach and a desire to create the best experience possible for your visitors. Once you’ve created your website, consider testing it and asking associates, friends and family for their opinion.

8 Ways to Earn Money with Digital Photography

April 7, 2014 in making money online,Money | Comments (0)

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Are you a shutterbug? If you like to snap pictures at family events or just out in the neighborhood, put that camera to good use in ways that will earn you money for your efforts. This article mentions eight ways that you can make money with digital photography.

The world of photography has changed since the instant camera was developed. With a digital camera, you can take a not so good shot and make it perfect using a variety of software options. Best of all, pictures can be printed on quality paper on your printer or at a store kiosk for just a few cents per picture.

Technology has created memory cards much like the flash drive storage medium to file and save pictures for sharing on the Internet. You can easily upload pictures from the memory card to your friends, family and a blog or website if you have one.

1. Stock photography. This business is growing. For website newsletters, magazines and articles, publishers look for photos that capture the essence of their articles. It is not terribly convenient to go out and snap some pictures every time you need one. Selling stock photographs to businesses and individuals is convenient for them and lucrative for you.

2. Wedding photographer. Okay so if you aren’t a professional you won’t be the main photographer at first but you can be hired to take candid shots at the reception or wedding photos after the ceremony. The happy couple can order as many pictures as they want and you can create wedding CDs of the pictures you took.

3. Newspaper pics. If you are in the right place at the right time, you might capture photos that are worthy of the newspaper. When news happens, a newspaper photographer might not be on the scene. You can capture the moments and sell them to newspapers. Snapping shots at community events may also earn you some money from local newspapers.

4. Magazine photographer. Create a portfolio of photos that you’ve taken and submit them to magazines. Looking at your work, they may hire you for assignments. Magazines are a tough market to break into so cut your teeth on other smaller assignments for local newspapers.

5. Local photography business. Ever gotten a mailing that shows cars for sale or houses for sale? Someone had to take those photographs. It could be you. Hire yourself out to area businesses to do the photographs for them.


6. Event photographer. Some families like to document their events like family reunions, christenings, bar mitzvahs and birthday parties. You can be the eyes in the room catching candid shots of everyone.

7. Photography website. If you know a lot about digital cameras and photography, create a website to sell photography products. Keep visitors and customers coming back with engaging content on various aspects of photography.

8. Teach a photography class. Those cameras look easy to use but some of those symbols can mix people up. Teach others to use their digital camera and create great pictures that they, too, can market as a business.

Do you like photography? What started off as a hobby can become a new business venture.

Special Reports: Build your List and Make Money

April 4, 2014 in Listbuilding | Comments (0)

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Does your business enterprise need a boost? Consider using special reports to add revenue and build a business contact list for future use.

What are special reports?
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Special reports are short reports that contain helpful information on a subject. The reports are anywhere from a few to 30 or so pages in length. If you have the know-how, you can write them yourself or hire a writing service to do it for you. There is very little work involved in creating them but they are versatile tools for building an online business.

One popular subject for special reports is how-tos. They direct a reader, step by step, how to do something. If you are knowledgeable with computer software and hardware, that is a perfect niche for special reports on your website. People are always having trouble figuring out their computers and you could help.

Marketing special reports

There are options for marketing your special reports. If you are trying to build a business list of customers, use these special reports as a freebie when any visitor signs up to be a part of your email mailing list. For this type of promotion, use a shorter report like a five page report on how to navigate problems with Windows Vista (if your website has a computer niche).

You can create a five-part course and use the first part as the free promotion. It is your hook. Once they sign up for the mailing list, you can grant them access to the other installments through emails that also advertise your website products. Signing up for a business newsletter subscription can also be the reason to gift a free special report.
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Making money

All of your special reports don’t have to go towards list building. Besides your other products or services, you can sell special reports on your website. Many reports sell for between $5 and $20 a piece, but if you offer very valuable information, you can command a higher price. Sell single reports or create various courses to interest your customers.

People love to learn about money-making opportunities. They will pay the money for any information that is a how-to guide to making money on and offline in various ways. How have you made money? Begin there with the subject of your special reports.

As your business grows, create an affiliate program. This gives customers a way to help you make more money and also make some for them. Offer certain special reports as additional compensation for reaching a certain selling level in the affiliate program.
Special Report Club – Monthly Report Club Program

There are a number of ways to use special reports. As you build your library and your lists, alternate the free promotional reports and continue to sell your entire library, creating combination offers such as Buy Two, Get One Free.

While your special reports are building your contact list, they are also making you money. With such a low cost to create them, your profit margin will rise.

What Many Businesses Miss: A Multi-Billion Dollar Market

April 3, 2014 in Business,plr content | Comments (0)

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The goal of any business is to make money. And, we’re not just talking about the short term but long term goals of increased revenue. To that end, many businesses are missing out on a multi-billion dollar market: moms. Marketing to moms is the wave of the now and the future.

Why are moms so important?
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Moms are enterprising. According to BSM Media Inc., mom spending is already over the trillion dollar mark. That’s more than the budget of some third world countries.

Also according to BSM Media Inc., almost 90 percent of moms consider themselves the financial head of the home. Her husband may bring home most of the bacon but it is the moms who decide how to spend it. They shop for everything related to the household: kids clothing, appliances, electronics, outdoor furniture, accessories and home improvement items.

Any husband that shops for these things is going to consult their wives before buying them. Why? Wives do the research into these products to find the best on the market. Moms influence as much as 85 percent of the purchases for the home. That’s over 70 million women we are talking about here. It doesn’t get any bigger than that.
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Think about all of the tasks that moms handle in a day. They take care of the housework, shuffle kids from school to sporting events to other activities, cook dinner and manage the finances. In order to keep everything straight, they employ a wide variety of technology. It’s not uncommon to see a mom sitting in the park watching her kids play while listening to an iPod or browsing the Internet on her iPhone.

Moms are also savvy on the Internet. The trend for many years has been moms coming out of the workplace and starting their own businesses at home to spend more time with their kids. To that end, moms have developed a network of blogs, websites and forums designed to teach moms everything from designing websites, starting Internet businesses, marketing to other moms and managing their homes all the while. Their buying power increased exponentially with their knowledge.

Manly mistake?

Traditionally the only products marketed towards women were household products and cooking items. This goes back to the archaic thought that a woman’s place was in the home. That has been a huge detriment to many companies as they are beginning to see.

Women and moms have made an imprint in the man’s world in many areas. Women are not limited to office jobs; they are CEOs and CFOs. They don’t just surf the Web, they are becoming entrepreneurs with widening influence over Internet marketing. Having moms shun your product because you are not marketing to them means they are also spreading the word to other moms across the world (via the Internet) and in their own communities.

The future
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Moms are influenced by other moms. Several generations of moms are coming together to influence the spending habits of major corporations. In the future the trend will continue. As moms become more “connected” in the world, their spending will increase. No product is off limits to mom advertising.

Moms do rule the world. Gain the support of savvy moms with your products and your business will reap the benefits.

5 Quick Tips To Get Website Traffic Fast!

April 2, 2014 in Affiliate Marketing,web traffic | Comments (0)

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Online, one of the most significant keys to success is getting website traffic. The more visitors you have, the better your sales and profits. Presumably you have a niche and you know your keywords, and regularly conduct keyword research to stay on top of what’s popular. Based on those assumptions here are five quick and easy tips to get website traffic fast!

Tip #1  Make sure you’re actually tagging your keywords.

Do you spend a lot of time optimizing your content and then neglect to tag them on your webpage? Tags are where search engines look and if there are no tags they’ll pass right by your web pages. Here’s a quick brief on tags.

There are a number of tag types including,

* Title tags.  Title tags are quite possibly the most important place to situate your keywords.  Here’s what they look like – <title>Primary keyword phrase here. </title>

Your title tag is where you place your primary keyword or keyword phrase. The sentence will describe your business in less than 90 characters.

* Header Tags. Header tags are next in order of importance to search engines. They’re ranked in order of importance and look like this – <h1>Primary and/or Secondary keywords here</h1>

The “1” designates this header as the most important header on the page.

* Meta Tags. Meta tags provide the small descriptive text found underneath the title tag on the search engine results page. Like title tags these should be kept brief, informative and up to date.

* Alt Tags. Alt tags are used to provide a text description of a graphic. Each graphic on your site should have a description and an alt tag.

Tip #2 Add content to your site daily

Content is essential for traffic and a top search engine ranking. Content is what search engine spiders look for and index – without it there’s nothing to index or rank. Give visitors and search engines a reason to visit and index your site. Make a commitment to provide daily, optimized content and your traffic will soar.

Tip #3 Procure valuable and relevant incoming links

The more websites which link to your webpages the more valuable search engines perceive you to be, though not all links are created equal. Search engines give more leverage to links from sites which are popular and credible and from sites which are relevant to your website topic.

There are different types of links.

- A direct link looks like a basic website address, for example, www.yourwebsite.com

- A text link occurs when the webpage address is embedded in the text. Readers simply click on the link and are redirected to a new website page.

- If the link is to an internal web page, for example an article published on a website, rather than the home page, it is called a “deep link.”

You can encourage linking to your website by:

* Adding content to your site.
* Submitting to article directories.
* Publishing press releases.
* Blogging and participating in social networking forums, chat rooms and social networking sites.

Tip #4 Be Social!

Now more than ever before, internet marketing is about building a community. Whether you offer a forum on your website or you participate in social networking sites, social networking is a valuable traffic generating tactic. Sites like Facebook and Twitter can be powerful tools for generating links and traffic to your site – create a profile and then post comments, links to your site and ideas which generate conversation.

Get involved – many chat rooms and forums are industry specific, find those which cater to your industry, and begin participating. Speak to and connect with a highly targeted audience.

Tip #5 Advertise for more exposure and traffic

Advertising, when handled strategically, can be used to promote your content and products or services. PPC advertising is often the tool of choice because you control the advertising budget on a daily basis and have the tools to test and track your advertising efforts. Once you’ve honed your PPC ads the return on investment can be phenomenal in terms of traffic and purchases.

For maximum results, create a traffic and SEO strategy. Outline your plan and your goals and then take the necessary action. Take advantage of these five traffic and search engine tips to boost your business.

Start Pulling In Hundreds Of Targeted Visitors

April 1, 2014 in Software,web traffic | Comments (0)

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You need traffic to make money online.

There’s absolutely another possible way around it.

Have you tried them all … Google, Yahoo, MSN, Banner Ads, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking, FaceBook, Adwords, SEO, Blogging, Article Writing, Media Ads, Classified Ads, Link Building, Adswaps, Joint Ventures ect.

Are any of those traffic generation techniques you are using working in your favor.

Are they too difficult, time consuming and require too much work and too expensive.

The problem is, most people waste valuable time and money trying these techniques, competing in crowded spaces, using traffic generation methods that are very difficult to work with.

There is such a software and methods that are EASY to use, SIMPLE to understand with POWERFUL results every time it’s used.

Watch this video how many webmasters are getting a massive amount of traffic for only a fraction of what everyone else is paying these day’s and start pulling traffic and cash literally with a few clicks of your mouse, simple as that.

Smart Webmasters Get Targeted Traffic With Video Marketing

March 31, 2014 in Marketing,videos | Comments (0)

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Website traffic video marketing is essential to the achievements of a business online because the visual appeal, functionality and content material within your website are going to be the crucial purpose to transforming a pre-qualified prospective client into a buyer. Website traffic video marketing can deliver lots of cash-in-hand website visitors aimed at your website within the flicker of and eyesight if it’s performed correctly. The challenge is the fact that most people don’t understand specifically how it should be carried out or exactly what the real secrets and techniques will be used to which makes it actually get the job done

Utilizing a brief promotional video clip and uploading it to a number of no cost video-hosting websites can produce an immediate plus a very long-term buzz about your product or service. Web traffic video marketing will not be so simple and only those that have serious love, passion and determination to do the job really hard are able to maintain the results. Website traffic video marketing will provide you with some added approaches to spread the word regarding your site in addition to maintaining your targeted traffic flow, plus the profits keep coming in for an extended time in the future.

Getting visitors or traffic aimed at your website is really a necessary day-to-day procedure. It’s a little something you need to do on a daily basis if you wish to increase your business. And when you know anything at all about intelligent business delegation, then undoubtedly you will understand that anything which can be done daily will probably be worth outsourcing to anyone in addition to make it happen.

Within utilizing marketing web traffic videos you’ll see certain techniques you can use to generate and distribute your promotional. videos to quickly attain a boost in traffic applying this thrilling opportunity. Today you can start learning how to outsource your traffic using Marketing With Videos NOW!

Here’s the key to starting a successful business

March 29, 2014 in Home Business,Online Business | Comments (0)

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Let’s suppose you’re going to build a house. You already have your blueprints. You have all your supplies and tools. So it’s just a matter of starting the work.

Tell me, what’s the FIRST thing you need to do?

If you said “lay a strong foundation,” you’re right. Because if you just build your house willy nilly without a strong foundation, it’s likely to sink into the ground. It might blow over in the next storm that comes through. And the wood at ground level will start rotting so that your house eventually collapses on itself.

Plenty of people would chuckle and shake their heads in amazement if anyone tried to build a house without first putting down a strong foundation. And yet a lot of people try to build businesses without that same strong foundation!

Guess what? If you try to build a business without a foundation, then you’re just building a house of cards. It’s not a matter of “if” your business is going to eventually collapse. Rather, it’s a matter of when it’s going to happen.

Still, I see it happening every day online. People want to make money. Maybe they’re a little desperate to start earning. So maybe they see someone else selling a particular product or working in a particular niche. They jump onto the “me too” train.

A couple months later they realize they have nothing to show for their efforts. They spent night after sleepless night working, and yet they’re not seeing any good results.

It’s frustrating. It’s even a little infuriating. But the truth is, that’s exactly what is going to happen if you try to launch a business before you lay down the foundation. Either you’re never going to get your business off the ground, or you’ll find it collapsing later at a most inconvenient time.

Listen, this doesn’t have to happen to you. That’s because you’re going to lay down a firm foundation before you really start building your business.

Now, think of this…

Would you have a completely inexperienced person put down the foundation for your house? Of course not. In order to get it done right the first time, you’re going to pick a contractor with plenty of experience, someone who’s laid a foundation plenty of times before.

Once again, the same is true of your business. Plenty of people online are offering to teach you how to build a business, but these folks haven’t even laid down their own business foundations. That’s why they jump around from coaching to doing Kindle to focusing on SEO to focusing on whatever the next bright and shiny thing is. Simply put, their scrambling around trying to keep their own businesses from collapsing. That’s not exactly the type of person you want teaching YOU how to build a business, is it?

And that’s why I’d like to introduce you to my five-day Foundations Course. I’ve been making my living online since 2000. I made six figures in my first full year online, and since then I’ve made well over $1 million.

Why was I able to achieve all this where so many others fail? Simple – because I put a solid foundation down before I started my business. And since that time I’ve started other ventures – from business to charitable projects – which all succeed because I lay down a foundation first.

I want to teach you how to do it too, and I’m willing to spend five days coaching you and revealing my personal secrets for laying down a strong business foundation. Check it out:

Let’s build your business together!


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Autopilot Orders For A Year

March 28, 2014 in Business,Money,Network Marketing | Comments (0)

By Jimmy D. Brown of iBusiness Owner

One of the biggest opportunities for consistent and automated sales that many internet marketers overlook completely is creating an “evergreen” asset with their autoresponder.

The idea is simple:

Preload an entire year’s worth of mailings (content + offers) into an autoresponder list and then work towards building your subscriber base.

What happens?

* You promote the list and subscribers begin to join.
* Week after week they receive installments with useful content and promotional offers.
* Subscribers become customers as they order offers they find relevant.
* You send out “special” broadcast mailings for time-sensitive offers to boost income.
* Multiple streams of income are produced from a variety of offers that you funnel into the mailings.
* You focus promotion effort into building this one list as it is the hub of your offers.

Think about this:

What could be easier than doing nothing but promote this evergreen asset?

What if that was ALL you had to do in order to make money?

Seriously. You could do NOTHING else but setup this list and focus your entire efforts onto getting people to join the list.

The mailings will take care of the rest.

No more products to create!
No more blogs to maintain!
No more webpages to manage!
No more new things to try!

Setup a weekly mailing and you’ve got 52 opportunities to sell something to your list of subscribers.

And once those 52 mailings are gone, add 52 more to the exact same autoresponder sequence (now making it 102 weeks of promotion!).

Whether you format it as a weekly newsletter, tip of the week, lesson, training program, email membership site, etc, the result is the same: you’ve got automated promotions for an entire year going out.

And you’ve went from a complicated series of “internet marketing” things-to-do to a simple one task focus.

All you’ve got to do is work on list-building. The money-making is automated.

Let’s say you average $100 per year in profit from each subscriber you get into the funnel. That’s a very realistic number considering that you can make over that amount from just ONE OFFER. Remember you’ll have 52 offers in the series. Plus “special” broadcasts that aren’t preloaded that you send out to the list. I have customers who repeatedly spend $500 for ONE order from me.

So, let’s say over a year’s time, every subscriber in your series of mailings is worth $100 to you. That’s certainly more than reachable.

Do you realize that it would only take 1,000 subscribers for you to earn a six-figure income?

Do you further realize many lists have tens of thousands of subscribers, some even stretching to hundreds of thousands? Imagine if you could get just 5,000 subscribers onto your list with your $100 per year profit from each on average. That’s $500,000 per year in profit!

All from doing ONE THING: Setting up the evergreen asset and then spending your time generating leads.

That’s a business model that is super simple!

All you need is…

1. A squeeze page.
2. An autoresponder with 52 installments of your content/promotion blend.
3. Subscribers.

You could do NOTHING ELSE but this and make a nice living online.

If You Can Write 500 Word Articles On Just About Any Subject, I Can Show You How To Sell Them Over And Over Again!

Instead of giving away your articles for people to read for free, why not SELL your articles?! I’ve been using a powerful selling strategy for many years now that allows me and my clients to actually sell our 500-700 word articles to others who are glad to buy them. If you can write 500 word articles, then I can help you sell them.

And you can write them on topics related to just about any category, including: Internet marketing, self help / improvement, weight loss, health and fitness, business, relationships, family (marriage/parenting), women’s/men’s issues, retirement, recreation / hobbies… just about anything!

In fact, we can work together in my special coaching class to have your article-writing business setup in just five days!

Together we choose a topic to write about which people are actively buying which is a ideal “fit” for you, write ten high-quality articles using my proprietary F.A.S.T.™ method which you can immediately begin selling, setup your own sales page for your articles that is 100% “live” and ready to take orders right away, create the perfect “backend” offer to create additional instant sales so your customers can spend more money with you from the beginning, jump-start your promotion for your new article-writing business by getting your initial visitors to the new sales page.

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6 Great Newsletter Ideas–When You’re Out of Ideas!

March 27, 2014 in Business,Marketing | Comments (0)

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For marketers, publishing your own electronic newsletter can be challenging. Between project deadlines and other things, you’ve already got a lot on your plate. Then you also have a newsletter to get out every week, month, or quarter. Then it happens . . .

You’ve run completely out of ideas.

What do you do?

Well, first of all, don’t panic. Panicking will just make it worse. Secondly, follow these five guidelines and you’ll find yourself coming up with more fresh ideas than you can fit into a dozen newsletters.

1. Think Timely

Is there something going on the world that you can tie back in to your business? Keep an eye on the local and national news, especially business trends. Is there something there you can use as a springboard for an article about your business?

2. Relate Your Subject to Something Else

Even a subject that has nothing to do with the focus of your newsletter can be fodder for an article. In a recent issue of DM News, copywriter Bob Bly wrote a copywriting article entitled: “Harry Potter and the Irresistible Offer”, in which he talks about an interview that J.K. Rowling did recently where she mentioned having written the final chapter of the last Harry Potter book over 15 years ago. That way, she would know how the series ends and be able to tie everything that came before into that final chapter.

Bob deftly tied this into direct mail copywriting, stating how you can follow Rowling’s advice by creating the offer first and then writing the other direct mail elements. Genius! Not only is it a great idea, but Bob was able to connect to something from popular culture-and what’s more popular right now than Harry Potter?-into an informative, helpful article about direct mail. Now you try!

3. Answer Reader Questions

If you get a lot of questions from your readers, this can make for great articles.

4. “Invite” a “Guest” Author

I did this a couple months back in my own newsletter, when I posted an article by Ezine Queen Alexandria K. Brown. Many ezine writers put permission to reprint at the end of their articles. All you have to do is include their fully intact bio and contact information at the end. It’s free, viral marketing for them, and a free article for you. So if you’re stumped one month, just look back at the other newsletters you’ve received. Is there an article that you particularly enjoyed or identified with? Something that would be a good fit for your readers? Grab it and send it out. Just make sure you’ve gotten permission, or done whatever is required by the author for you to use their work legally.

5. “Classic” Reprints

If your newsletter has been around a while, try reprinting a “classic” article from your archives. New subscribers probably haven’t seen it, and your longtime readers would likely enjoy a refresher course. Just don’t make a habit of it.

6. Interview an Expert

In your business, you’ve doubtless made contact with other business people in fields complementary to yours. Why not interview them for your next newsletter article? People love talking about themselves and their businesses, especially if it means free advertising for them! Include their bio and website link at the end. You never know, it could lead to some joint venture opportunities!

I know it may not seem likely, but as any writer will tell you, coming up with ideas is easy, it’s the writing that’s hard! Ideas are all around us, but sometimes you just have to do a little digging to dredge them up. For example, my lack of ideas gave me the idea for this article! So just look around and take what you need from the world around you. Your next newsletter will go out on time, and will be a killer success!

About the author: James Palmer is a freelance copywriter and co-author of the books Networking Like a Pro! and How to Overachieve W/O Over committing. He creates business-building ads, press releases, website copy and sales letters for a variety of clients. For a free, no-obligation copy quote, or to sign up for his free newsletter The Write Stuff, visit http://www.jamesmpalmer.com.

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