How many leaders in the network marketing industry do you know who talk about mindset? Do you think that mindset is an important thing to consider based on your answer? What type of attitude does “give me the money” portray to your prospects? Whatever you might think, getting your mind in order and showing the right attitude is a major part of getting your business set up in the correct way.
This is part 3 of 3 video marketing tips. When you adopt and master these 3 video marketing tips you will be set up to be able to get your videos optimized properly to be able to be found on the search engines. Getting these things right will mean you could be set up for a boost to your business. Video is a marketing tool that will help you to build relationships without knowing the person so get it right and you can generate leads and sales for a long time.
Welcome to part 2 of video marketing tips, which is based on the subject of on page optimization (or on video optimization if you like). This is a very important part of the process of getting your video ranked and therefore seen on the search engines. To get your message over and to progress in your business, it’s vital that you get eyes on your video so that you can stand any chance of getting leads and sales.
One of the key areas of 3 major video marketing tips is to get the keyword research right. When you have an idea for a video that will provide a lot of value to your viewer, then you will need to make sure you centre it on a keyword. What this will do is to show the search engines your subject and who is the relevant audience for your video.
The most important thing for a new business owner is to know their target market. When you know who your best prospect is going to be, then you need to find as many ways as you can to get in front of them. Here are 4 simple tips to get in front of your perfect prospect and start to create a connection.
When writing a blog post, you should take every advantage to get a link to your capture page or offer. One thing that a lot of people forget is the link from the post images on their blog. This is a key pointer to creating another means of linking to your capture page because otherwise the click on the image will only send your visitor to a larger version of the image.
When you post your content on the internet, whether it’s on a blog, on social media, on video or just as an advertisement, it’s sometimes the things you don’t say that are the most important. As a marketer it’s your job to trigger curiosity in your prospect and get their “nosey” gene to react to come to find out more about you.
Recently I was introduced to a book that is 3 years old, but the message is unique and has a powerful “reverse psychology” about how to develop more “yes” responses for your prospecting and/or sales messages. The concept is simple and yet controversial compared to anything you may have been taught, which is to “go for no”.
Are you a person who listens to daily motivational audio and this helps you be motivated to take action? What will happen if you should “overfill” yourself with so much information you get overwhelmed with it? Perhaps it’s time you let go of some of the information and become the motivator. When you’re constantly in a state of receiving information, whatever it is, your “cup will get full” and it’s time to free up some space.