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http://YourPaymentLink.com/imme/4ki/22 – Raam Anand: Area(s) of Expertise with Internet Marketing: Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Marketing, Marketing for Local Businesses
Raam was involved in systems programming to some of the leading banks and financial institutions in core areas like online banking, ATM interface, asset management, online transaction processing, inter-branch networking and so on.
15 years ago, you could walk into a meeting with almost ANY idea for a website… and walk away with $15 million in venture capital backing to promote your idea through billboards, TV and radio.
10 years ago, traffic generation meant posting your site to newsgroups, classified ad sites, and free-for-all links. If people didn’t buy on the first click, heck, there was something wrong with them!
7 years ago, before Yahoo acquired Goto.com, you could buy clicks for 1 cent a piece… get #1 listings in Google just by writing quality meta tags… and – gasp – your newsletters and e-mails would actually get delivered AND read, without worrying about content filters or Facebook eating away your audience’s attention.
4 years ago… early AdSense pioneers could make $100/day simply throwing up junk blogs and playing arbitrage against AdWords costs. There were 3 good product launches a year, and less than a handful of ‘household names’ in small business IM. Nowadays, there are 3 new names with 3 new products every week… and the marketing is more aggressive than ever.
Last year, CPA offers and negative billing was the path to a 7 figure income. This year, you’re more likely to get a knock on the door from the FTC!
What’s all this mean?
It means, marketing online changes fast. What worked yesterday, might not work today. If you’re still using promo techniques that are years or even just months out of date… you’re a dinosaur waiting for the next ‘Ice Age’ to wipe you into extinction. Imagine waking up tomorrow and finding that the traffic has dried up, and the sources you’re relying on to supply it, no longer can.
What would you do? How would you adapt?
There’s more money than ever to be made online… but that are also *far* more people competing for the pie. Today’s web is much more open and dynamic than ever. Niches are discovered quicker, search engine algorithms exploited, statistics and keywords analyzed and taken advantage of faster than ever before… and if you’re not plugged into the community of pioneers ready to teach you what’s working for them TODAY… you’re giving away your profits to someone who is.
That’s why, I absolutely recommend visiting a top Internet Marketing seminar *at least* once per year. There’s no better place to keep your finger on the pulse, and learn from the best.
The problem, of course, is that GOOD seminars are EXPENSIVE.
With entry fees of $3K or more… airfare… hotels… dinners and extra curricular networking events… and time away from your office… it’s an easy $5-7K you’re dropping just to be there.
If you can afford it – GREAT. It’s worth every penny, and I’d thoroughly recommend it.
But flying to the other side of the world and dropping precious cash in these uncertain times with no guarantee of an immediate return… is the reason why seminar attendance worldwide is dropping to lower-than-ever levels.
That’s why I absolutely, 100% endorse and recommend the event that Ian del Carmen and Lee Benson are hosting this year.
What they’ve done is put together a group of 15 of the best Internet marketers in the world today… with a combined annual wealth of over $30,000,000… and they’re bringing them DIRECTLY TO YOUR BROWSER!
You can watch their presentations online directly from your computer, without ever leaving your seat.
And because the content is streamed to you over your Internet connection vs. hiring a room at an expensive hotel, they’ve managed to slash the ticket price to a RIDICULOUSLY low level, whilst keeping the content on par with a $3-5K seminar.
With over 15 hours of pure content from the likes of…
- Russell Brunson
- Joel Comm
- Willie Crawford
- Jacqui Harris
- John Jonas
- Kevin Riley
- Brett Ingram
- Raam Anand
- Dan Klatt
- Soren Jordansen & Cindy Battye
- David Gale
- Steve Yakim
- Stephanie Mulac
- Dr Brad Semp
- Stephen Luc
… This is set to be the the year’s greatest marketing event… and you won’t even have to leave home!
Check it out at:
All the best.
In this article we’re going to talk about making use of YouTube for Celebrity Marketing. Video is where your celeb wants to be anyway, so why not make it a part of the marketing campaign which will make them a household name, if they aren’t already?
You have to bear in mind that there are several different types of media: text, audio and video. Whilst the text is great and audio is better, video is where you will be able to really grab the attention of others.
If you’ve looked at the news over the last few years, you’ve noticed that more news stations have been including videos in their news and on their websites. Video is engaging, interactive and it assists to bring even more popularity to your celebrity.
Just as with everything else you want to do on the Web, it’s a good idea to check to see what the market already has in it. For example, if everybody is talking about coffee in the celebrity world, it may be a good idea to become a part of that convo. Or you could make the conscious decision to not be in that discussion, as you want to create something unique; it is up to you.
In the beginning, though, you could go to YouTube and begin to search by keywords you have previously related to your celebrity. This may be the name of the ‘actress’ or ‘indie star’ or whatever other words you want individuals to associate with your celebrity’s name.
Check to see what other types of videos are popping up when you include this search. Also, search the name of your celebrity so you can see what is being said and how you may have to handle those situations – if at all.
Once you get an idea of what people want to see when they look up the keywords you have chosen, then you can start to make a list of ideas for videos. Or you might want to have your celebrity create a list of their favorite movies and videos, which they can then promote on YouTube so as to continue the establishment of their personality on-line.
Sharing videos is similar to sharing status updates and other ideas on-line, just as you might with Twitter or Facebook. Have a list, with your celebrity’s help, if the sorts of videos you may post and then begin to create scripts to create these videos.
YouTube combines several different media in one and because of this it is a very powerful tool. Your celebrity would definitely appreciate any video promotion they can get.
Find out how Mark shows social media for celebrities how to find celebrities to work with, what needs to be done and how to expand your business to serving multiple clients at http://www.Celebrity-Famous.com.
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