Archive for the ‘Product Creation / Marketing’ Category

I’ll start by defining the word “Testimonials”. In promotion and of advertising, a testimonial or endorsement consists of a written or spoken statement, sometimes from a public figure, sometimes from a private citizen, extolling the virtue of some product. The term “testimonial” most commonly applies to the sales-pitches attributed to ordinary citizens, whereas “endorsement” usually […]

If you can get somebody to pay $7.99 for one month of hosting, you can earn yourself $100 for doing so! Welcome to the world of website affilate marketing, the thing is, it’s such a easy task to do. Step 1. You need to sign up here Step 2. Log into your account Step 3. […]

In the past year or so, I have noticed myself that websites which allow users to create / Design their on t-shirts so they can sell them in a affilate marketing system (They accept payments, then pay you, they do all the postage and what not) has taken over Myspace by strom recently. The question […]

Their are three main ways to sell your eBook – On a website. – To another website (You can get money/sale or you sell it to them and they can sell it on) – Sell it yourself, on instant messengers and forums. I’ll start with selling it on your own website, now I wouldn’t suggest […]

Internet marketing, also known as online marketing, eMarketing and web marketing, is basically marketing, or selling products or services online, over the internet. Thanks to the internet, marketing has a whole new level, instead of going to a shop to buy your food for the week; you can do it all online and get it […]

Affiliate marketing is much alike internet marketing, although instead of having to get a hold of the product or service yourself, a company will give you a share for selling the product. If you buy a camera for £100, you can sell it for £150 yourself, it’s hard to sell it at this price, its […]

Affiliate marketing, is basicly online-marketing, it’s the same thing near engouth, although with affillate marketing, you sell the products for a company, which isn’t your own company, they handle all the shipping, payment, complaints. You get paid for every sale you make, for example, if a digital camera is $100, you sell it for $150 […]