What’s an Affiliate Programs?

Here is some explaination term of an affiliate programs:

Affiliate programs allow Web sites who provide links to your site to receive payments or reciprocal advertising in exchange for promoting your Web site. Audio/Video streaming – Audio/video streaming allows you to provide visitors to your site with a real-time sound or video experience. Backbone – The network of connections and high-speed lines that forms the infrastructure of the Internet. An important consideration in choosing a Web site host is that host’s proximity to the backbone…

Affiliate Programs are a way for you to sell another company’s products or services and receive a commission (or when you are ready, it is a way for you to get others to sell your products). Selling through another company’s affiliate program is a great hands-off way to sell on the Internet. You promote the product or service on your web site (and don’t forget your email). The company is responsible for the product or service; they process payments and ships the goods. You get the commission.

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What’s an Affiliate Programs?

Here is some explaination term of an affiliate programs: 

Affiliate programs allow Web sites who provide links to your site to receive payments or reciprocal advertising in exchange for promoting your Web site. Audio/Video streaming – Audio/video streaming allows you to provide visitors to your site with a real-time sound or video experience. Backbone – The network of connections and high-speed lines that forms the infrastructure of the Internet. An important consideration in choosing a Web site host is that host’s proximity to the backbone…

Affiliate Programs are a way for you to sell another company’s products or services and receive a commission (or when you are ready, it is a way for you to get others to sell your products). Selling through another company’s affiliate program is a great hands-off way to sell on the Internet. You promote the product or service on your web site (and don’t forget your email). The company is responsible for the product or service; they process payments and ships the goods. You get the commission.

to be continued

SEO

Search Engine Optimizers SEO is an abbreviation for “search engine optimizer.” Many SEOs provide useful services for website owners, from writing copy to giving advice on site architecture and helping to find relevant directories to which a site can be submitted. However, a few unethical SEOs have given the industry a black eye through their overly aggressive marketing efforts and their attempts to unfairly manipulate search engine results.While Google doesn’t have relationships with any SEOs and doesn’t offer recommendations, we do have a few tips that may help you distinguish between an SEO that will improve your site and one that will only improve your chances of being dropped from search engine results altogether.

to be continued

SEO

Search Engine Optimizers SEO is an abbreviation for “search engine optimizer.” Many SEOs provide useful services for website owners, from writing copy to giving advice on site architecture and helping to find relevant directories to which a site can be submitted. However, a few unethical SEOs have given the industry a black eye through their overly aggressive marketing efforts and their attempts to unfairly manipulate search engine results.While Google doesn’t have relationships with any SEOs and doesn’t offer recommendations, we do have a few tips that may help you distinguish between an SEO that will improve your site and one that will only improve your chances of being dropped from search engine results altogether.

to be continued  

 

Why Newsletter Publishers Need Autoresponders

In my time at AWeber, I’ve been struck by the number of people who manage newsletters using either our broadcasting feature or Feed Broadcaster, but who make zero use of the ability to send autoresponders and timed follow up messages to subscribers.

I understand, of course, that newsletters contain date and time-specific information, and that broadcasting is the best way to send a newsletter… but why don’t newsletter senders use autoresponders too?

I don’t fault clients for this. I don’t use 90% of my cell phone’s features. I know how to do what I need to do with it, and the other features just get in my way. It’s natural that a newsletter publisher might feel the same way about autoresponders.

The thing is, autoresponders are a great tool for newsletter publishers! It’s just a question of learning to use them to complement a newsletter…

Create a Welcome Message

As far as I’m concerned, there is no newsletter publisher who shouldn’t have at least one autoresponder message set up. Nobody.

When visitors subscribe to your newsletter, send them a welcome message. In it, thank them for subscribing and give them a taste of the great content they’re going to benefit from in the coming weeks/months/years.

This message doesn’t have to be long, just a paragraph or two to get your new subscribers excited about the upcoming issues. Include a link to your site , and if you publish your newsletter issues on your website, make it a link to those archives. That way, if your next issue isn’t going out for a few days, you stay in subscribers’ inboxes (and on their minds), and you drive them back to your site.

Generate Feedback

I personally like the idea of creating a follow up message to be sent out to newsletter subscribers around three weeks or so after the welcome one.

Why a few weeks after the welcome message instead of a few days? Unless your newsletter issues are spaced far apart, after a few weeks new subscribers have received several issues and have a pretty good idea of what you’re providing them. They’re ready to tell you what they like about it, and how you can improve it.

So ask them what they think! Send out a message asking for their opinion on your newsletter. Not only will this help you improve future issues, but it’ll also keep your subscribers engaged and active on your list, which means they’ll be less likely to unsubscribe.

Do you have any other suggestions on how autoresponders can be used to complement newsletters? Share them below!

http://www.aweber.com/?206411

Why Newsletter Publishers Need Autoresponders

In my time at AWeber, I’ve been struck by the number of people who manage newsletters using either our broadcasting feature or Feed Broadcaster, but who make zero use of the ability to send autoresponders and timed follow up messages to subscribers.

I understand, of course, that newsletters contain date and time-specific information, and that broadcasting is the best way to send a newsletter… but why don’t newsletter senders use autoresponders too?

I don’t fault clients for this. I don’t use 90% of my cell phone’s features. I know how to do what I need to do with it, and the other features just get in my way. It’s natural that a newsletter publisher might feel the same way about autoresponders.

The thing is, autoresponders are a great tool for newsletter publishers! It’s just a question of learning to use them to complement a newsletter…

Create a Welcome Message

As far as I’m concerned, there is no newsletter publisher who shouldn’t have at least one autoresponder message set up. Nobody.

When visitors subscribe to your newsletter, send them a welcome message. In it, thank them for subscribing and give them a taste of the great content they’re going to benefit from in the coming weeks/months/years.

This message doesn’t have to be long, just a paragraph or two to get your new subscribers excited about the upcoming issues. Include a link to your site , and if you publish your newsletter issues on your website, make it a link to those archives. That way, if your next issue isn’t going out for a few days, you stay in subscribers’ inboxes (and on their minds), and you drive them back to your site.

Generate Feedback

I personally like the idea of creating a follow up message to be sent out to newsletter subscribers around three weeks or so after the welcome one.

Why a few weeks after the welcome message instead of a few days? Unless your newsletter issues are spaced far apart, after a few weeks new subscribers have received several issues and have a pretty good idea of what you’re providing them. They’re ready to tell you what they like about it, and how you can improve it.

So ask them what they think! Send out a message asking for their opinion on your newsletter. Not only will this help you improve future issues, but it’ll also keep your subscribers engaged and active on your list, which means they’ll be less likely to unsubscribe.

Do you have any other suggestions on how autoresponders can be used to complement newsletters? Share them below!

http://www.aweber.com/?206411