Your Questions About Title Insurance

Richard asks…

Is Title Insurance required for a private sale of a home?

We are refinancing our home (Long Island , New York) and and open permit showed up on the title from 60 years ago! This never came up when my parents bought the house in 1977, but it was a private sale. It also never came up in 2001 when the home was transferred over to me. I should also mention that we used the same lawyer for both transactions. I am wondering if title insurance is only required by mortgage banks or if it a legal requirement for any sale of a home.

Thanks!

barry0912 answers:

Title insurance is never required. I always get it, I have had to use it and it is dirt cheap.

However, this will now come up in any title search, which lenders will require.

You need to get it taken care of. It is just a permit, not a big deal. Whatever was built only has to pass an inspection by the code when it was issued.

Mark asks…

Anyone know about a class action in Texas regarding title insurance?

I have some rental properties in Texas and I have had to (over)pay for title insurance. I have always heard that a lot of kickbacks were paid by the title insurance companies to banks and mortgage brokers. Anybody else hear about this?

barry0912 answers:

I sure haven’t heard of it, and I would have noticed, I’d think, being in Texas myself.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

George asks…

Will you take my 5min survey on local TV news?

We’re students doing a market research project on local news viewing habits.
Survey is fast and easy – it would really help us out!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2MY5N2W

barry0912 answers:

Ok, I have. Hope this helped. It took less than 5 minutes and I actually enjoyed completing this. Conclusion in my case is that I follow the news more on TV (and radio) and somewhat less via the Internet.

Ken asks…

please give us ideas for an article about ANYTHING in the Wolrd! ANYTHING! just an article for a student news?

PLEASE!

barry0912 answers:

Internet

when it comes to your internet marketing campaign, the net is full of potential snags. Emerge unscathed by avoiding these 7 deadly sins
Entrepreneur, Jan, 2006 by Catherine Seda
THE INTERNET is always in motion. That’s both good news and bad news: You can immediately change your online marketing campaigns to produce better results, but your results can also take a nose dive if you’re not paying attention. Protect your campaigns from these costly mistakes:

1. LOSING AD TRACKING CODE: If a previously profitable ad campaign tanks, find out if your site pages embedded with ad tracking code have been accidentally replaced. Remind your web team to download site pages from the server before working on them.

2. FALLING TO REMOVE OUTDATED OFFERS: Keep track of your special promotions so you can replace the copy on any online campaign you’re running as well as the ad’s corresponding landing page.

3. MISSING DEFERRED ACTIONS: Not all prospects click on your ad and take action right away. Set your cookie length or your ad tracking solution’s settings for a minimum of 30 days to properly credit marketing sources.

4. IGNORING SUSPICIOUS CLICKS: Study the log files in your traffic reports if you notice a sudden spike from your pay-per-click campaigns. You might need to fix your campaigns, remind team members not to click your ads, or address competitors engaging in click fraud.

5. FORGETTING TO MONITOR COMPETITORS: When competitors change their offers, yours may no longer be compelling. Watch your marketing space to respond quickly with your own new promotions and maintain your lead flow.

6. NOT OPTIMIZING OFFERS: Stop running the same marketing message! Improve your campaign performance and reach new customers by continuously testing innovative offers. You’ll also maintain your competitive edge.

7. OVERLOOKING YOUR CONVERSION RATES: A tiny increase in your website conversion rate can make your revenue and profits skyrocket, so don’t focus exclusively on your marketing campaigns. Your site also plays a critical role in your marketing performance.

In your quest to grow your business by using internet marketing, respond to any warning signs, and maximize your current campaigns before you initiate new ones. You’ll improve your bottom line without spending a dime.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Jobs

Lizzie asks…

How to get a job with GAD and Depression?

I am almost 20 and I dont have a job.. I have pretty severe anxiety/ depression so I am litterally scared to death to even attempt to put in applications because Im scared that they wont like me, or hire me EVER (ive put in 1 application in this year).. What do I do??? My mom and my sister are getting more and more aggrivated at me.

barry0912 answers:

I’m in the same situation, I’ve created my own jobs online. Try freelancing websites or learn internet marketing and seo. That’s where jobs are going to be in the future. Try a forum called blackhatworld, read it for hours and learn different methods to make money. You can pull in some serious cash once you find what you’re good at.

John asks…

What is a good email marketing solutions?

I am looking to email 8000 users on a daily basis, emailing them about every 2-3 days by deleting old users and importing new ones. I am looking for a good email marketing solution that would send emails to my users’ inbox and not mark them spam. I am looking for softwares only, or a good and cheap site thanks.

barry0912 answers:

The best is aweber… They are simply great. Its only $20 a month, you can create unlimited email lists, you can set up unlimited auto responders, and set everything on auto and its click of a button easy.

They have a spam control generator which shows your a color coded spam setting of each email you send out, you simply have to tweak things that get labeled as spam before you send it out. There is not a better service out there… Check it out at

http://www.aweber.com/?282532

at the site they also have a free tour you can take and kinda test drive it. Trust me its worth the 19.99/ mnth fee..

Its makes your job so much easier.

Then if you’d like you can sign up for my newsletter that I actually use this service with… The newsletter is free and it is about tips for internet martketing and website traffic buidling at

http://www.web-site-traffic-promotion.com/free-website-traffic.html

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

Sharon asks…

Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox?

Which is safer? Which is more secure? Which is the popular browser? Which one is shown on the news sometimes when something happens to the internet worldwide?

barry0912 answers:

Internet Explorer is the least safest/secure
http://www.webdevout.net/browser-security#graphs

Internet Explorer is the most popular (the irony)
http://marketshare.hitslink.com/browser-market-share.aspx?qprid=1

Being that IE is the most popular, it is usually in the news the most, however I do notice FF in the news quite a bit as well.
(personal experience)

Michael asks…

wii internet accessories?

where do i buy wii internet accessories in INDIA,like nintenodo wifi usb connector etc……any good shopping website in INDIA thats has it … then please let me know……

barry0912 answers:

Wii Internet

Online gaming is a market that no video game company wants to miss, and Nintendo is no exception. With that in mind, Nintendo not only designed the Wii to let players compete against each other online, but it also added an entirely different aspect of the Internet to its newest system-browsing. Once the Wii has been hooked up to the Internet, either wirelessly or with an Ethernet cable, you can purchase Wii Internet for $5. The full version of the Internet Channel, which is a version of the Opera 9 Web browser, was launched in April of 2007 and it allows Wii owners to surf the Web in a unique fashion. The font is much larger than it is on a computer, so it is a lot easier to see from the comfort of your couch. You can also zoom in and out and scroll up, down and sideways using the Wii remote.
The Wii Internet Channel takes only a few seconds to launch, mostly because it stays connected to the Internet even when it is powered off. The software is saved on the 512 MB Wii internal flash memory. The software can also be transferred to an SD card after you download it, although temporary Internet files will remain on the internal memory. The Opera-based browser can support a host of Web 2.0 technologies and applications including:
CSS
JavaScript
Ajax
RSS
Adobe Flash 7
Widgets
The biggest gripe about the Wii Internet Channel is that the browser does not support Adobe Flash 8 or 9. According to Opera, the reason that the browser does not support the later versions of Flash is that a software development kit is not yet available for either version. Because Opera utilizes an older version of Flash, problems may arise while you are trying to view certain Flash videos. Aside from the problems on the user’s side, Nintendo is also having a bit of trouble with the Wii Internet Channel. Apparently, hackers have found a loophole in the system that allows them to run their own code on the Wii console. The loophole is in the Flash Player embedded within the browser and could allow hackers to create video game emulators. That sounds like a great loophole, right? Not if you’re Nintendo. One of their potential moneymakers is the Virtual Console, which charges gamers between $5 and $10 for unlimited access to a retro title.

The Wii can use an Internet connection in more ways than just browsing. There are also free applications such as Wii’s News and Forecast Channels. The News Channel provides you with a view of the globe, which allows you to view news by region if you wish. The Forecast Channel also gives you a view of the globe, but this view also shows current weather systems around the world. If you zoom out far enough, you can see an accurate star map in the background. Since you register your Wii’s locations, it also knows what you’re looking for in the way of a local forecast.

Wii Accessories
The Nintendo Wii, like every other video game console, has some controller variations and other accessories available for serious gamers. Some of the accessories are very useful, while others merely add to the aesthetic value. Some examples of Wii accessories that fall into the “looks good, but not very useful” category are the plastic attachments for the Wii remote that make it look like a tennis racket, golf club or baseball bat. Nothing about the Wii or the game you’re playing changes — the attachments just transform your Wii remote into a prop. There are also boxing gloves that can house the Wii remote and Nunchuck. Just like the plastic attachments, these gloves don’t change anything about the game, except for the fact that you don’t actually have to hold onto the controllers.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Degree

Chris asks…

should i do Ma for make future in internet marketing?

i have done my twelve with Commerce site and now i am a seo executive
and want build my career in internet marketing field now i am doing ba.

barry0912 answers:

There is no need to be ma to make future in internet marketing. All you need to proper understanding of various terms, if possible do some degree/diploma in digital marketing or in Internet marketing.

Mary asks…

Graduated college with a Marketing degree. Now i work in Sales and I hate it. Anyone have ideas for a career?

Ok, I have a business bachelors degree with a Major in Marketing. I’m 24 years old and I have had two different jobs since college, both in Sales, and I have hated both of them. I am at a confused point in my life and am trying to figure out what direction i should go. If anyone can relate to my situation or possibly give me guidance as to which direction I should go with a new career, I am all ears! Thanks very much!

barry0912 answers:

Hi
If you are still interested in marketing (but without having to sell in the traditional way) you might want to look into affiliate marketing. It’s a way of marketing on the internet. (You probably already knew that!)
You don’t deal with people face-to-face, you don’t speak to them or deal with their questions etc. You also don’t need to buy any products yourself. Your job is simply to send potential customers to the seller’s website. You can do this via an ad words campaign among other ways. Any sales that result from you sending that person to the website are tracked via a coded link and you get a commission. I make about $20 – $70 commission on average for every affiliate sale I make. You can make a lot of money with this method but there’s a lot to learn – although not compared with doing a degree! I did a design degree, this is way easier!
The other thing I do is Network Marketing which has had some bad press in the past but now is studied in some Universities. It’s been great for me, I started about 15 years ago and have a totally passive income now. The key is, find a good quality consumable product so you can focus your time on sponsoring, not selling. Also, stick at it. Most people only fail because they quit too soon!
Hope that helps! Best of luck Jo

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Company

Nancy asks…

How would I go about setting up this type of business?

How would I set up an internet company where customers purchase “product x”(an image) and then it would be sent to their cell phone or mobile device? I’ve already checked out different sms solution companies as well as web site development companies such as monstercommerce.com. I just need to know if there any specific steps when it would come to a company like this.

barry0912 answers:

Since you’ve never been in business before, I would strongly recommend that you talk to a business counselor before you do anything especially spend money. I’d call the local office of SCORE (go to http://www.score.org and input your zip code to find the chapter nearest you), the advice is FREE.

The counselor at SCORE will most likely advise you to write a business plan which is very good advice because it will force you to dig out all of the start up details and the costs of starting an internet company and force you to also understand all of the aspects of this business including the customers you’ll concentrate on (your market ) and how you’ll go after them.

You’ll need to register the business with your state controller’s office and make sure that you have any city and county licenses if any are needed where you live. All of this will come out in a business plan.

Try this link :
http://www.ychange.com/small-business-consulting-articles.html and read some of the articles especially the ones about a business plan and starting a business.
Good Luck

Betty asks…

How much does a digital agency usually charge for a campaign?

How does an internet marketing campaign usually cost? (website development and driving targeted traffic to it etc)

barry0912 answers:

Digital Agencies mostly deal in paid campaign and they charge 15% agency fees for that. If you opt to get the website develop from them, they are way too expensive, you got to search for website studio for web-design and seo company for internet marketing

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