This week we talked with Christianne Turner a NLP practitioner; and she talks here how goal setting is important and how we can make this an easy task. In order to become an entrepreneur 3.0, we need to exercise our mind to achieve the right mindset . http://www.buzzboostervideos.com/audio/buzzandbiz_081207.mp3
The Millionaire Maker
Wednesday, August 08 2007, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Rod Richardson, the millionaire maker will talk to us about basic principles to succeed as an entrepreneur 3.0
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1 of 5 Americans view video over internet everyday according to a study made by Pew Internet and American Life ProjectOn a typical day, 19% American adults watch some form of video, news being ranked number one followed by comedy vids. According to Mary Madden, senior research specialist at Pew, people have gotten comfortable with the idea of using the Internet for video, especially news outlets which are among the first to deliver online video.
Also, about 50% of video viewers within the 18-29 age bracket watch clips on YouTube, 15% view MySpace, in contrast with only 7% who turn to a cable or network TV site.
If you take care of marketing in your business, one key thing to learn and perfect is copywritting.
I could say that it is the most important thing to do.
Try to block one hour everyday to write and perfect your skills.
If you write newsletters, keep the habit of having files for every subject you write about.
Over time, you’ll have a lot of material to work with.
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If you write newsletters or have a blog, know that it is ok to talk about your life.
This narrows the distance between you and your customer and gives a human face to your newsletter or blog.
Just be aware not to get too personal. It is ok to say your daughter just lost a tooth or you bought a car, but it is not ok to go over and over a divorce matter.
It is a business newsletter, not a place to cry.
If you don’t write a newsletter and a blog, start one right now. You are leaving money on the table.
A great way to gain visibility within your market is to write articles. You can easily post your articles on your website. Give them away rather than charge in order for people to sample your expertise.
Let people know the articles can be downloaded and used elsewhere as long as you are given full credit with a link back to your website. The more visibility you gain from your articles the more likely you will be to have magazine and newsletter editors asking to publish your works in their publications. Often they do not pay, but it is great free advertising for you.
In business, we’ve learned that niche markets make it much easier to sell a product or service because we can group people based on profession, physical characteristics, and interests.
Â For example, a dental supply salesman knows to target dentists and hygienists, and would not bother calling on a craft store.
On the web, a dog trainer knows they should target dog lovers, and if they’re really smart, they target owners of a specific breed of dog.
Anyone who sells anything to anyone online can harness the power of viral videos to get traffic to their website simply by targeting their videos at a specific audience and appealing to the same emotions that encourage people to pass along other viral videos.
This video explains very well what are social networks. It was done by Commom Crafts.
Tomorrow, Nielsen/NetRatings will announce that they are no longer
judging the popularity of web sites based on the number of page
views. Instead, Nielsen will use a different metric, rating popularity by
how much time visitors spend at a site.
Interesting, they spotted a change in consumer behavior.
For example, if we read a blog, we might spend several minutes reading a couple of posts, using the time on something valuable, which is great but doesn’t translate into many page views.
The same would happen if you watch a 30 minute educational video. Valuable time spend by the visitor that doesn’t translate into many page views.
It may sound obvious to some, but it was not to the media.