Month: March 1000

Ten Tips for Getting Your Expert Article Accepted by an Online Newsletter Editor (1)

Ten Tips for Getting Your Expert Article Accepted by an Online Newsletter Editor Ms. Jaffe has compiled a list of important criteria of interest to those wishing to have their articles posted in an online newsletter. by Azriela Jaffe One of the most effective and inexpensive marketing vehicles available to consultants, speakers, writers, and small business owners is to write a short article on your area of expertise that would be of interest to subscribers in a particular online newsletter, and then to give it away in exchange for promoting yourself through a byline. As the editor of three bimonthly online newsletters: “The Entrepreneurial Couples Success Letter,”, “Best Ideas in Business,” and “Keeping in Touch,” I am inundated by pitches from such professionals hoping for a slot in one of my newsletters for their article. After reading hundreds of such pitches, I’ve put together the following tips for anyone who is promoting their business through online newsletters: 1) Subscribe to my newsletters before pitching me your article idea. It won’t cost you anything. You can always unsubscribe if it turns out to be a newsletter that isn’t of ongoing interest to you. If you don’t have a clue about the style and focus of my newsletter, you won’t know whether your topic is a match, and you are wasting your time and mine. There’s an even better reason to...

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How I Earn 80k a year in Affiliate Income? (1)

How I Earn 80k a year in Affiliate Income? Jim Daniels shares his secrets to finding and working the right affiliate programs to bring in 80K a year – and how YOU can find the right program to help YOU do the same! By Jim Daniels A few years ago, when affiliate programs began to make their way onto the Net, I was already “living” online. So naturally, I was one of the very first marketers to take a look at this “new” online marketing idea. And frankly, after a close look inside the numbers, what I saw was not overly exciting. But thanks to a little patience and a few strategies I developed, I’ve been able to generate affiliate income that most experts predicted was impossible (and continue to say it’s impossible to this day!) If you’re looking to do the same, read on… The very first affiliate program I reviewed, paid an average of ten percent commissions on each product sale my site generated. The products (mostly books) averaged around $15 so my share would be about a buck and a half per sale. I figured if I could get one sale out of every 35 visitors I sent to the site, that would be a decent conversion rate (better than average, actually). After doing a little math, I concluded that I would earn about $45 for...

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Successful Email Management for Writers & Publishers

Successful Email Management for Writers & Publishers By Fern Reiss, CEO, PublishingGame.com/Expertizing.com Lately, a lot of people have been asking me about my email management techniques. With two businesses, several PR clients, dozens of journalists, over 1000 emails a day, and no end in sight, how do I get it all done? I’ll talk about time management another time, but here’s how I manage my email: Every morning, I immediately delete all the obvious junk—everything from the Nigerian inquiries to the Viagra ads. I whip through my lists (all of which come as digests) to see if there’s anything I need to respond to. If not, I delete. I then get back to all the journalists looking for quotes, whether from me or from my PR clients. Journalists are always under deadline pressure, so this is the one part of your email onslaught that you shouldn’t wait with. I file everything else into an email folder. Here are my categories: Journalists (I break this folder down further into hot (that’s for when Oprah calls), warm (those are the journalists with whom I’m on friendly terms) and cold (those with whom I don’t yet have a relationship.) For many authors, just a journalist folder will probably be sufficient. Action (Action means I need to do something about it today, or at least this week.) Someday (Someday is if I need...

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Ten Tips for Getting Your Expert Article Accepted by an Online Newsletter Editor

Ten Tips for Getting Your Expert Article Accepted by an Online Newsletter Editor Ms. Jaffe has compiled a list of important criteria of interest to those wishing to have their articles posted in an online newsletter. by Azriela Jaffe One of the most effective and inexpensive marketing vehicles available to consultants, speakers, writers, and small business owners is to write a short article on your area of expertise that would be of interest to subscribers in a particular online newsletter, and then to give it away in exchange for promoting yourself through a byline. As the editor of three bimonthly online newsletters: “The Entrepreneurial Couples Success Letter,”, “Best Ideas in Business,” and “Keeping in Touch,” I am inundated by pitches from such professionals hoping for a slot in one of my newsletters for their article. After reading hundreds of such pitches, I’ve put together the following tips for anyone who is promoting their business through online newsletters: 1) Subscribe to my newsletters before pitching me your article idea. It won’t cost you anything. You can always unsubscribe if it turns out to be a newsletter that isn’t of ongoing interest to you. If you don’t have a clue about the style and focus of my newsletter, you won’t know whether your topic is a match, and you are wasting your time and mine. There’s an even better reason to...

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How I Earn 80k a year in Affiliate Income?

How I Earn 80k a year in Affiliate Income? Jim Daniels shares his secrets to finding and working the right affiliate programs to bring in 80K a year – and how YOU can find the right program to help YOU do the same! By Jim Daniels A few years ago, when affiliate programs began to make their way onto the Net, I was already “living” online. So naturally, I was one of the very first marketers to take a look at this “new” online marketing idea. And frankly, after a close look inside the numbers, what I saw was not overly exciting. But thanks to a little patience and a few strategies I developed, I’ve been able to generate affiliate income that most experts predicted was impossible (and continue to say it’s impossible to this day!) If you’re looking to do the same, read on… The very first affiliate program I reviewed, paid an average of ten percent commissions on each product sale my site generated. The products (mostly books) averaged around $15 so my share would be about a buck and a half per sale. I figured if I could get one sale out of every 35 visitors I sent to the site, that would be a decent conversion rate (better than average, actually). After doing a little math, I concluded that I would earn about $45 for...

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