Your Questions About Internet Marketing Blog

Betty asks…

Dears…Please . what is the best money making Internet marketing available as u know…& tried successfully.?

barry0912 answers:

The best network marketing, internet marketing business cannot be stated that simply. What works successfully for one does not necessarily work for another. Also many companies require that you continue to recruit to earn commissions, so naturally they are going to tell you their’s is the best.

I wrote a blog recently about advice for working from home. You can find the link to it in the 2nd paragraph of my profile here on answers. In that blog are many tips of what to look for, what to avoid, how to search to find out if a company is having problems, complaints, etc.

Most people don’t read their policies and procedures, which is critical to having a successful network marketing business. Understanding compensation plans is also critical but most of us who have been in this a while had to learn this the hard way. We joined an opp, worked and worked, believing the hype we were told, blamed ourselves when we didn’t make the money others said we would/could, spent more money on outgo than every receiving income.

A good rule of thumb, before joining any opp is to set your financial goal first. What do you desire to make per month over a given time. Ask the person you are joining ‘how many people do I have to have to make $xxx ?’ For instance, one program I was in took 1300 people to make $5,000 a month.

Plus according to the policies and procedures I had to continue working and recruiting others monthly to earn a commission check; I would never be able to stop and just enjoy the residual income I had created over time. They don’t always tell you that up front.

~if I can be of further help, just shoot me an email here through answers
~jennifer

Donald asks…

what do you mean by E-marketing?

barry0912 answers:

E-marketing is another word for internet marketing. Internet marketing is the use of the Internet to advertise and sell goods and services. Internet Marketing includes pay per click advertising, banner ads, e-mail marketing,affiliate marketing, interactive advertising, search engine marketing (including search engine optimization), blog marketing, and article marketing.

Internet marketing is associated with several business models. The main models include business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C). B2B consists of companies doing business with each other, whereas B2C involves selling directly to the end consumer. When Internet marketing first began, the B2C model was first to emerge. B2B transactions were more complex and came about later. A third, less common business model is peer-to-peer (P2P), where individuals exchange goods between themselves. An example of P2P is Kazaa, which is built upon individuals sharing files.

Internet marketing can also be seen in various formats. One version is name-your-price (e.g. Priceline.com). With this format, customers are able to state what price range they wish to spend and then select from items at that price range. With find-the-best-price websites (e.g. Hotwire.com), Internet users can search for the lowest prices on items. A final format is online auctions (e.g. Ebay.com) where buyers bid on listed items.

Some of the benefits associated with Internet marketing include the availability of information. Consumers can log onto the Internet and learn about products, as well as purchase them, at any hour. Companies that use Internet marketing can also save money because of a reduced need for a sales force. Overall, Internet marketing can help expand from a local market to both national and international marketplaces. And, in a way, it levels the playing field for big and small players. Unlike traditional marketing media (like print, radio and TV), entry into the realm of Internet marketing can be a lot less expensive.

Furthermore, since exposure, response and overall efficacy of digital media is much easier to track than that of traditional “offline” media, Internet marketing offers a greater sense of accountability for advertisers.

Limitations of Internet marketing create problems for both companies and consumers. Slow Internet connections can cause difficulties. If companies build overly large or complicated web pages, Internet users may struggle to download the information. Internet marketing does not allow shoppers to touch, smell, taste or try-on tangible goods before making an online purchase. Some e-commerce vendors have implemented liberal return policies to reassure customers. Another limiting factor, particularly with respect to actual buying and selling, is the adequate development (or lack thereof) of electronic payment methods like e-checks, credit cards, etc.

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Donna asks…

I was wondering if I can ask a simple question to promote my business without being considered to be a SCAM?

To the two people who answered my first question. You can call me direct at 951-488-4185. It was a posed questions to see how many people really respond to internet marketing. Ask for Adam.

barry0912 answers:

Advertise from a customer perspective with a testimonial on how great the product is. Also, only questions are supposed to be posted in Yahoo! Answers, so search for someone asking for the kind of service that you provide. Otherwise, you could post on public forums of related interests.

Paul asks…

Is it better that one reads a book on the basics of Internet marketing?

Will this save them time and money?
Will it help them avoid making costly mistakes?
What are some books you suggest?

barry0912 answers:

Hi Christopher,

I would suggest that you go straight to the source- online!

I have been learning internet marketing for the last 5 months or so, and I looked into buying books, and I was disappointed with the selection- the problem is, the field is continuously evolving!

A book can teach you the very basics, but you’ll end up paying for information you can find for free.

My advice is to follow the experts, the gurus- Do a search for a specific topic you’re interested in, and you’ll get tons of specific blog entries and articles to help you out- the nice thing about internet marketing is how active and growing the community is.

If you already have a site, it’s great because you can experiment as you go and see what suits your needs best. If you’re starting from scratch, consider getting a free blog or other personal site that allows you to manage content personally. Otherwise you may feel lost, and the truth is, you don’t need a textbook- the key to the Internet is, it’s interactive. Textbooks can never compare.

Plus, you’ll often get more actual information per paragraph than most books will offer.

Depending on your goals, there are many ways to market online. You have to start with a site, and you should learn some basics on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) (I wrote a blog entry that offers some resources for beginners, I will add it below) – beyond that you have tons of options.

– Write original articles and submit to article sites (they provide good exposure!)
– Create videos and post them to YouTube and other video sites
– Write a blog and get it out there! (plenty of free sites)
– Make friends in the social network space (i.e. Sites like MySpace, Facebook and Twitter) that will help you spread the word
– Record a Podcast and publish to different podcasting sites
– Visit other sites, forums, etc and post comments where you think your product or service could benefit the person
– If you’re strictly looking for traffic, don’t be afraid of paid advertising or sponsorships

ClickZ offers a number of columns on every topic in Internet Marketing

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Paul asks…

Internet marketing question?

My first time using Y!Answers so here goes:

I would like to know where i could find data, statistics about how implementation of various features in a website affects its traffic and bounce rate.

More detailed: i would like to know what is , on average, the potential gain in traffic of an online shopping web site for certain implemented features: polls, quizzes, personal blogs.

Thank you.

barry0912 answers:

I highly recommend Marketing Sherpa; http://www.marketingsherpa.com/

They have very useful statistics and metric data on what you’re looking for. My suggestions is that you simply start implementing the features you mentioned one by one and measure them with web analytics. Statistics are useful, and should be used as a general guideline. Online shopping is a very unique beast; every industry, every niche and even categories within niches, will always present quite different behaviors and performances, which are highly influenced by demographics, seasonality and other metrics.

At our agency, we are constantly optimizing our client’s websites beyond search. Conversion optimization is a key factor when it comes to shopping websites. Polls, quizzes, blogs, reviews, testimonials, etc, all play a role in it, but don’t always apply to every site.

Make this part of your interactive marketing efforts and you’ll be successful.

Michael asks…

e-marketing?

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barry0912 answers:

Internet marketing, also referred to as online marketing or Emarketing, is marketing that uses the Internet. The Internet has brought many unique benefits to marketing including low costs in distributing information and media to a global audience. The interactive nature of Internet media, both in terms of instant response, and in eliciting response at all, are both unique qualities of Internet marketing.

Internet marketing ties together creative and technical aspects of the internet, including design, development, advertising and sales. Internet marketing methods include search engine marketing, display advertising, e-mail marketing, affiliate marketing, interactive advertising, blog marketing, and viral marketing.

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Michael asks…

what is internet marketing?

barry0912 answers:

In my openion Internet marketing (also known as online marketing) is exactly as it sounds, a way to market your products or services on the internet. Many make the mistake of believing that all it takes to be considered an internet marketer is to have a live website . That is far from the truth. There are millions of websites added online every day. What makes a website adequately compete in internet marketing goes far beyond registering a domain name and uploading content. It takes skillful strategy and an evolving knowledge of the internet marketing industry.

In order for your business to really thrive, there must be an internet marketing campaign in place. The internet is extremely competitive but it is worth it to find your place amongst the competition. The possibilities for your business when it is successful marketed on the internet are limitless. With this platform, your company is given the opportunity to reach a clientele far beyond the bounds of your business physical location. The internet allows for your business to be accessed around the world.
For more detail you may go through this link which is given below:-

Lisa asks…

what is all in internet marketing?

barry0912 answers:

Internet marketing, also referred to as web marketing, online marketing, or eMarketing, is the marketing of products or services over the Internet.

The Internet has brought many unique benefits to marketing, one of which being lower costs for the distribution of information and media to a global audience. The interactive nature of Internet marketing, both in terms of providing instant response and eliciting responses, is a unique quality of the medium. Internet marketing is sometimes considered to have a broader scope because it refers to digital media such as the Internet, e-mail, and wireless media; however, Internet marketing also includes management of digital customer data and electronic customer relationship management (ECRM) systems.

Internet marketing ties together creative and technical aspects of the Internet, including design, development, advertising, and sales. Internet marketing does not simply entail building or promoting a website, nor does it mean placing a banner ad on another website. Effective Internet marketing requires a comprehensive strategy that synergizes a given company’s business model and sales goals with its website function and appearance, focusing on its target market through proper choice of advertising type, media, and design.

Internet marketing also refers to the placement of media along different stages of the customer engagement cycle through search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO), banner ads on specific websites, e-mail marketing, and Web 2.0 strategies. In 2008 The New York Times working with comScore published an initial estimate to quantify the user data collected by large Internet-based companies. Counting four types of interactions with company websites in addition to the hits from advertisements served from advertising networks, the authors found the potential for collecting data upward of 2,500 times on average per user per month.

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Robert asks…

How is Internet Piracy different than thieft?

If Im caught stealing a CD from the store, odds are I will recieve a minimal fine or even simply pay for the CD. Internet piracy carries a penalty of thousands of dollars per song downloaded, which is obviously more signifigant than stealing a hard copy.

Why the huge difference in penalties?

barry0912 answers:

It used to be that i could buy a book and loan it to you and nobody gave a dam … Now in effect , they want to charge you for every person u let read the book as well as charge you each time YOU read it … Imo they just need to rethink the whole marketing strategy because their way of thinking about it and labeling 80% of the population criminals and pirates is archaic .. They need to move into the 21st century with the rest of us …

Joseph asks…

What is a good masters for a marketing undergrad?

I’m a recent graduate who has a B.S. in marketing from a state university and I’m considering heading back to school. I have a possible job that may or may not come through (due to sequestration) and I’m assessing my options. I was wondering what would be a good field of study (aside from an MBA, or M.S. in marketing) that would work for me considering my bachelors. I was thinking statistics…any other suggestions?

For the record, I did well as an undergrad: graduated with honors and highest distinction.
Totally screwed up my title, but you get what I was trying to say.

Additionally, I was thinking of possibly doing rotc in grad school, if possible, and trying to get into the army as an officer (I’m also considering OCS…but it’s all up in the air).

barry0912 answers:

If you’re interested in a job in the marketing field, of course an MBA with a focus in marketing is the most obvious pick, and it’s a good choice according to research (see the link to MarketingHire.com , a job board that specializes in marketing and features articles with professional advice and trends). But marketing is undergoing a lot of change right now and big data is increasingly important as marketing professionals have more and more data input from things like internet marketing, interactive advertising, research, CRM, etc. Consequently, a masters that relates to data can be very valuable if you’re pursuing a career in marketing, as would an MBA in strategy. The marketing roles with the greatest amount of new hiring for 2013 tend to be mobile marketing, social media and data related, and its certain that big data is going to play an increasingly important role for all marketers in the future. IDC had a great study and presentation on how big data is transforming marketing, which considering your question, I think you’ll find worth reading. I’ve linked to it below.

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Baby Home Adventure – Mommy’s Little Helper – Kids Fun Club by TabTale


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Baby Home Adventure – Mommy’s Little Helper
Kids Fun Club by TabTale

Genre: Games

Release Date: August 6, 2013


~> The babies you love are back and they are up for some home adventures!
~> Kids will learn responsibility by helping around the house with 6 fun & educational activities
~> Matching socks, washing clothes, growing plants, tidy up their room and more!

After 6 million of you joined in on their previous adventures, it’s time to head home… but the fun’s never over! In Emma, Sophia, Olivia, and Kim’s 5th adventure it’s time to help around the house! You can help with doing the laundry, matching the socks, hanging the clothes to dry on a windy day, cleaning the TV room and the kid’s room, and even plant flowers that giggle when they’re all grown up! Helping around the house has become so much more fun with these awesome educational games!

6 Fun & Educational Home Activities!
> My Room! Drag the toys in their box and make sure everything is in the right place! Get crafty! You also can find an awesome painting game.
> Clean Up the Living Room! You have all the tools you need to help out like the vacuum and the mop!
> Do the Laundry! First you need to separate the clothes – whites & colors, and then pick the right detergent for the right pile!
> Hang The Laundry! Fire up your child’s memory skills with these smart laundry hanging activities: puzzles, memory games, and more!
> Match the socks! Be sure to match the socks together, spot the right one!
> Grow the cutest flowers! Dig small holes, put the seeds in the soil and cover the holes. Water them, care for them, and voila! Your tiny garden is ready and the flowers giggle when you tickle them!

ABOUT TabTale:
With over 160 million downloads and growing, TabTale has established itself as the creator of pioneering virtual adventures that kids and parents love. We’ve lovingly produced interactive e-books, games, and educational experiences for children.
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– WE VALUE YOUR FEEDBACK
Parents and kids are our best reviewers if you have a moment, feel free to rate and review our app. Please note that we aren’t able to respond to reviews in the app store, but we’d love to get your feedback to our email: support@TabTale.com

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Contact us 24/7 with any questions or comments: support@TabTale.com

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If the sound is not working, make sure the mute switch is turned off, activate the application, then turn up the volume and the sound will work (you can find the mute switch and volume button on the side of your device).

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