Whether you sell your own product or are selling as an affiliate it’s a good idea to start a website or at the very least a blog or weblog.
This gives you a presence on the Internet and a base to sell from. If you promote or sell good products then it is likely that people will come back and buy from you again.
It also gives your customers and prospects a chance to get to know you. Did you know that people are more likely to purchase form someone that they know and trust rather than someone that they don’t know anything about?
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Welcome to your first of several internet marketing tips from your Internet Marketing Virtual Assistant.
Let’s talk about email marketing…
Email marketing is no different than any other type of marketing, the same type of rules apply. Your goal should not be to make the sale, but to get the prospect to request additional information.
Did you know that over 90% of emails sent will never be read.
If you want to ensure that your emails are going to get opened you should make sure your subject line announces your email. It should do one thing only – get your reader to open the message and read the first sentence. In order to to do this your subject lines needs to be creative and catchy.
Personalizing the subject line with your prospects name is also a good idea and try not to use to much hype. Once you get them to open the email be sure to provide them with something of value and they will take you up on your offer.
If you become a resource to your readers then you will see the quality and quantity of responses change for the better.
Look for another quick tip soon!
It’s only going to get bigger and better! The current trend in business outsourcing means that the role of virtual assistants will become more significant in the future. As technology develops and business need grows, a virtual assistant may soon become a vital part of every successful business.
The virtual assistant industry continues to grow by leaps and bounds. The many small business owners and entrepreneurs of today’s business world have found virtual assistants to be an invaluable resource. Virtual assistants have come a long way from being “work at home” secretaries.
They can be writers, proofreaders, editors, database creators, researchers, marketers, web designers … The list of possibilities is as diverse as the people who enter the VA industry. Business people are realizing they no longer have to do everything on their own and are hiring virtual assistants to take care of tasks they no longer have time for, or that they don’t enjoy doing.