Your Questions About Internet Marketing Strategies

Richard asks…

Where can i find information about free mass traffic?

I have heard its a new internet marketing tool and I’m not sure if its a scam or not. Does anyone know if its a scam or if it’s for real? it claims it will help you get traffic from the internet but before I buy it, I just want to make sure its legit.
thanks

barry0912 answers:

Hi,

Free Mass Traffic is a tool for internet marketers. It is not a scam.

It is a package that gives you complete training of online traffic generation sources, including Social Bookmarking video marketing, linkbuilding, video marketing, web 2.0 strategies, press release marketing, article marketing to name but a few.

It comes with a 60 day money back guarantee so you really can’t go wrong.

I’ve bought products before by the same guys who are launching free mass traffic, and their products are top quiality and have really helped me online.

There is a Free Mass Traffic Review site I found which has some information http://www.free-mass-traffic.com you can have a look and more info should be posted when it is actually launched on 17th january 2011.

Hope this helps

c

Mandy asks…

Where can I go to read a marketing plan that someone wrote for a business?

All I can find on the internet is outlines, but they tell me what goes in each section. I want to read an actual one, not hear what I’m supposed to put.

barry0912 answers:

When analyzing and explaining Market Needs: Define your Products and Services’ Offerings in terms of Target Market Needs, and focus not on what you have to sell but more importantly, on the buyer needs you satisfy. Determine why customers buy from you and formulate that strategy behind your Market Segmentation.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Jobs

Susan asks…

Do you need an internet marketer to advertise your business?

Do you need an internet marketer to advertise your business?
Do you need an internet marketer to advertise all about your restaruant or business? This will allow you to get more customers and clients. I may know a good company. Let me know!

barry0912 answers:

Yes Obviously…You need a good Internet Marketer to market your business to survive in this competitive SEO world.

Now a days, there are plenty of Internet marketing companies available in the market. Choosing one among the best is a critical job for you.

Here are questions that you might consider asking the SEO Consultant before choosing them for your business…

1. What are your opinions in regards to Best Practices for the SEO – Search Engine Optimization / SEM – Search Engine Marketing industry? How does a company effectively compete online using traditional optimization strategies?

2. Can you assure us that the marketing strategies and methods that you are utilizing fall under the criteria of Best Practices for the SEO/SEM Industry? Can we assume that this means no penalties for our website? Penalties could include, but are not limited to; removal from the search engines or directories index.

3. How many search engine marketing campaigns have you been involved with? What was your role for those projects? How many are still active? How many are inactive? If inactive, why?

4. Are there any guarantees for top search engine positions? The answer to this question will depend on whether or not you choose a Pay Per Click (PPC/CPC) Program from Google, Yahoo!, Live or Ask.

Depending on the competitiveness of your industry, guaranteed top search engine placement may be difficult and expensive to maintain. We recommend an ROI analysis prior to making a commitment.

5. Do you have experience managing Pay Per Click (PPC), Cost Per Click (CPC), and other keyword bid management campaigns? What types of programs, if any, do you use for PPC bid management?

6. What is link popularity? What linking strategies would you use to increase link popularity for our website? Is this service part of the proposed price? What types of websites will you target for link opportunities? What other target audiences are available in a link strategy campaign?

7. What is Google PageRank and how does it affect our website(s)? How would you address improving our PageRank with Google, and other search engines that calculate the number of quality inbound links to our website?

8. What changes can we expect you to make to our website to improve our positioning in the search engines? Will these changes be visible? Will there be changes in the coding of our website?

9. What type of reporting (website statistics/metrics) will you provide to us? How often will you provide those reports? Do you provide live statistics? Will you provide consultation on how to interpret the reports so that we have a basic understanding of the statistics?

10. Do you offer ROI (Return On Investment) analysis? Is this in addition to your contract pricing? Have the consultant explain the process of how the ROI will be determined. This type of ROI tracking may require strict participation by the employees of your company. You may need to address internal procedures first, before being able to successfully track ROI for your website.

As an SEO Professional I hereby suggesting you an SEO Company who offers affordable organic SEO Services for your business.

SEO Services Group – http://www.seoservicesgroup.com/

SEO Services Group is a SEO company offering SEO services with a highly-qualified professional team at affordable rates with guaranteed results.

Good Luck! 🙂

Mandy asks…

How can I make my first affiliate commission today?

Hi I have been researching and reading books on internet and affiliate marketing for about 7 months and I have not “earned” one affiliate commission. I would be so happy if some one could give me a step by step make your first commission today proven method. I want to make this my “full time Job” can anyone help?

barry0912 answers:

Most people don’t make it in affiliate marketing, gurus will often tell you that too often people quit when they were on the threshold of success.

The fundamental thing is to reach many many prospects either by putting a lot of time and sweat into developing a site that ranks well in the search engines or by floating a good size budget in advertising. Yea there are techniques to select the best markets and products and to convert the most visitors into buyers, the roughest conversion guides suggest a rule of thumb conversion estimate of 1%, if one in 100 visitors to your site clicked a banner and 1 in 100 of those actually made a purchase from the sales page, it would require 10,000 visitors to your site per commission. Hopefully your site is more efficient, but it reminds you that it’s all a numbers game.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Services

Linda asks…

Has anyone sold their home through a flat-rate MLS service, and what were the results?

We are preparing to sell a $300K house and just can’t understand how a listing agent can still justify a 3% / $9K commission. Property values have increased substantially in our area, as in most, but the work the agents have to do to market properties has decreased significantly with the advent of internet marketing.

I understand the value of the buyer’s agent, bringing pre-qualified buyers to see my home, but I just can’t see paying the same commission to another agent just for listing on the MLS and coming by to stock flyers, especially when I can buy an MLS # myself through one of these services. And as for the paperwork, a real estate attorney can do it for far less.

On the downside, I can imagine that the buyer’s agents may be less enthusiastic to show such a property out of support for their industry. What experiences have you had? Are listing agents still necessary or are most people just willing to pay the 3% b/c they are so happy to hear how much their house is now worth?

barry0912 answers:

IMHO, there is a TON more work now that it is a buyers market. A couple years ago, people engaged in bidding wars to buy property. Now, there is a ton of inventory, interest rates are low and buyers are shopping around. It is a buyers market.

In the US, most areas are experiencing a price decline.

The internet does not make it easier. Everyday I get emails about a property, most are just tire kickers or want to make a ridiculously low offer on a property. At this point, I’d say 1 out of 50 prospects are actually interested in purchasing a property for fair market value.

As a listing agent, I just don’t stock flyers and wait for a buyer to come. I put up signs, advertise, send mailings, hold open houses, get your home on many websites, create a virtual tour, and bring qualified buyers through the home. Limited service agencies cannot say that. Most Realtors won’t show a property through a limited service agency, it doesn’t have anything to do with supporting the industry, but most of those sellers are so penny wise they are pound foolish. Very difficult and once a Realtor is involved, they want the Realtor to represent both sides without compensation. Ugly for the Realtor.

And you pay a limited service agency whether you sell the home or not. If I don’t sell your home, you don’t pay me a dime.

Chris asks…

What is Internet Marketing?

I’m confused with these stuff, internet marketing, search engine optimization, social media optimization, etc.. Are they all related?

barry0912 answers:

Internet marketing is the marketing of products and services using the Internet as its medium. Lower costs of dissemination of information and a global audience are its main advantages. Internet marketing also encompasses digital customer data management and electronic customer relationship management (ECRM), which are widely used in businesses today.

I’d suggest you download the ebook about internet marketing here:http://tinyurl.com/237cvqj .
It’s a simple and straight-forward ebook with step-by-step instructions that can produce a lot of traffic, leads and income for you if you’re willing to put in the small amount of time and effort to do it.

The truth of the matter is that the ebook is proven to be effective when it comes to internet marketing. So if your trying to build an online income without a powerful Marketing System you will always be climbing a slippery slope.

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Your Questions About Title Insurance


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Joseph asks…

Do we need to get a new title insurance when we refinance our home mortgage loan?

We bought a title insurance when we first got our home loan. We are now refinancing with another bank and they are requiring us to get a new title insurance. Is this right?

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barry0912 answers:

I work at a mortgage company, and most banks require title insurance for every mortgage that they underwrtie.

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Laura asks…

How important Is Personal Title Insurance ?

I am closing one house on 31st and my Closing attorney recommands me to take Personal Title Insuarnce ? My question is , Is Personal Title insurance necessary ? I smell something fishy here, does attorney get something if i take personal Title Insurance.

P.S I am first time home buyer.

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barry0912 answers:

Typically, when a property transfers ownership and a mortgage is put in place, there are two types of policies issued.
1. Mortgagee Policy (covers the lender’s mortgage and insures that it is the first, best lien on the property)
2. Owner’s Policy (covers the new owner’s interest in the property)

Think of it this way. You carry insurance on your car, in case there is an accident. The insurance pays for damages that may occur to your car in the future.

You (hopefully) will carry homeowner’s insurance, which will pay for damages to your house in case of a fire, etc in the future.

Your Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance protects you against things that may have happened in the past. You pay a one-time fee that is collected at closing, that insures that no one else holds any interest in your new property (except for the lender on your new mortgage). It is your proof that the chain of title was clear up until the date and time that you deed filed, and no one can claim that they are “owed” something from your home.

Examples:
1. A previous owner died, and one of the heirs did not get their portion of the proceeds from the sale of the property.

2. A previous owner divorced and their spouse did not get their half of the proceeds from the sale of the property.

3. A lien was filed against a prior owner that was never paid off and released.

If, in the future, you decide to refinance or sell the property, a new title search may be done. Chances are that a different examiner will do the search. If they come across something that shows a problem with your title prior to the date/time your deed filed, the owner’s policy protects you against that claim. You can file a claim against the underwriter who issues the owner’s policy for payment of any losses incurred.

Get an owner’s policy, and keep it with your important documents.

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