Term Archives

  1. CREATE CONTENT

    There are two ways to get content: create it yourself, or become a member of an affiliate program. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages. Review them, and choose which is right for you.
  2. Now that you’ve chosen a topic, it’s time to research your market. If the word “research” makes you break out in a sweat and experience flashbacks to all that time you spent in high school poring over books, scribbling out notes and wondering why teachers delight in torturing their students, don’t worry—it’s easier than you think.
  3. PICK A TOPIC

    Still have no clue where to start? Here’s a partial list of topics to choose from that have high marketability factors....
  4. 10 Tips for Effective CPA Promotion

    Just remember, the hardest part is likely to be getting accepted by CPA networks!
  5. CPA Website Optimization

    It’s important to populate your blog or site with at least 12 articles or pages of really interesting, unique content – material that your particular “Don” will find:
  6. Choosing CPA offers

    You’ll notice both similarities and differences with CPA networks. You can either start off slowly, by just concentrating on one or two until you’ve got your “method” under control, or you can sign up for several, and later drop the ones that don’t suit your style.
  7. Which CPA Offer Appeals to You?

    You can get involved in CPA marketing through several different types of offers. As you try CPA marketing out, you may find that you feel really uncomfortable with some types, and perfectly happy with others.
  8. The Basics of CPA Marketing

    Most people know that CPA means “cost per action”.With regular affiliate marketing, your site visitor actually has to buy the product in order for you to get paid:
  9. Final Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Copy

    One thing to keep in mind is there is no such thing as a perfect sales copy. There is excellent sales copy that works perfectly today, but there are no guarantees that it will be just as effective a month from now or even next week. The fact is that sales copy has a relatively short shelf life.
  10. Act Now - Not Later!

    One of the goals you have for your sales copy is to compel the reader to make a decision now. All too often, copy builds an excellent case for considering the product but does not follow through with that little-added extra that pushes the prospect off the fence and into making a decision to buy.
  11. Killing All Prospect Doubts - Leave No Chance to Excuse

    Up to this point, you have done a great job. Your presentation of the problem was ideal. Your follow up with the benefits and proof of how efficient and valuable your product was great. You even thought the close statement was right on the mark.
  12. Introducing Your Offer and Instilling the Power Benefits

    In general, your sales copy has only a few seconds to grab the interest of a prospect and move them along to closing the sale.
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