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So, what is the definition of Call To Action? Basically it’s what you use to get the decision from your website visitor to find out more about what you are offering. The whole reason for your marketing should be based around getting the visitor to buy from you or going to find out more about your opportunity. It’s important that you provide valuable information in your content, but the ultimate aim is to entice the click on the relevant button or link you have on your page. This could be something like “Add to Shopping Cart”, “Buy Now” or “Subscribe to Newsletter”. Continue reading
Do you remember when you were young? Were you always goal setting for your future? I know that my friends and I always had an aspiration to do something, whether it was to work as a doctor or policeman or many other things. As we grow older our goals become more specific and can very from simple things achieving something with a hobby we do, owning and running our own business and earning 5000 a month by the time we are 30. Goal setting has been with us constantly. Is thinking up and dreaming about the goals we want to achieve all there is to it? Not really, it’s much more than that….. Continue reading
Have you heard about the young, extremely talented blind and autistic pianist?
I was watching the TV news and there was a piece about him and the new especially composed concerto that he is about to perform. I was amazed to see his wonderful talent and his fantastic ability to play any piece of music after only hearing it ONCE! Continue reading
If you wonder how to grow in business online, it’s important that you are disciplined in your approach and most of all consistent.
One of the first things you need to do is to plan a daily routine and stick to it. Write down your plan, put it front of you and take action every day. It doesn’t matter what marketing system you want to adopt to generate leads, whether you use paid marketing techniques or free or a mixture of both, a daily plan is vital to progress. Continue reading