Your Questions About Internet Marketing Blog

Helen asks…

UK specific internet and marketing books?

I am looking for UK-specific books on the following (all the ones I have found are American) either indivdually or ones that encompass all (apart from cover letters, which is for something different)
Cover letter writing
Blogging
Search engine optimisation
Social media marketing
Can anyone recommend any? Much appreciated. (I am definitely not interested in any tailored to the American market)

barry0912 answers:

Instead of learning the internet marketing from books, I suggest you to find blogs. Blogs give you much fresher information about the mentioned topics. But if you want to learn from books, just check out Amazon.

Ruth asks…

Trying to learn internet marketing..looking for some good reads and info, thanks?

barry0912 answers:

Internet Marketing Basics & The Tank Method is a great place to start. Especially for newbies check out my blog for more info–> http://hubpages.com/hub/Internet-Marketing-Basics-The-Tank-Method

Hope this helps and let me know if you have any ???

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Jobs

Ruth asks…

What are some good legitimate no fee work from home jobs?

Been looking for some legitimate no fee work from home jobs. Anyone tried the Shoemoney system? Is it really what they say it is, or does anyone know of anything better? My company is cutting hours left and right….. I need to have reliable income…..

barry0912 answers:

Spend on those sites that offer free internet marketing tips/tutorials and articles to help you start
your online work-fro m-home business. Just start anywhere you can.. Simply don’t pay money to anyone if you aren’t sure what you are doing and just gain knowledge.

Sandy asks…

A good job for a liberal arts major thinking of Law School?

I want to take a year off after graduation to earn some money, study for the LSATs, etc. but I don’t want to waste my time working just any job. What might look impressive to law admission boards and/or is a good one-to-two year situation I might want to take advantage of?

I majored in English and Psych. I have internship experience in publishing and internet media/ advertising/ marketing.

barry0912 answers:

I would be a paralegal in a law fir, I’ll warn you though, many who do that before going to law school change their mind about going once they see what lawyers really do all day. But that’s all the more reason to take the job for an up close look.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Services

Michael asks…

isp(internet service provider)?

can u tell me some isp providers? can you tell me the company name? does it need to interfere with the telephone line to acess the internet? how do u pay for it? and what about the tellephone number?can u tell me it pleez? what is the web adress? do i need to buy something extra(ie router)? what modem does it need what are the speeds this isp(kbps etc.)? and finally, how do i get that isp or wat do i need to download? sorry for the trouble the question with the most stuff will be picked the best answer thanks(^_^) ; }

barry0912 answers:

Cable broadband Internet service.
In large subscriber surveys, Cox receives the highest scores for performance, customer service and reliability among cable broadband ISPs. A cable modem is included for free if you install it yourself. Download speeds top out at 4.0Mbps compared to dial-up (50Kbps) and DSL (generally 1.5Mbps or 3.0Mbps). Subscribers to other Cox services can get a discount of $10 to $15 per month. Cox isn’t available in all markets; in that case, Earthlink cable also gets high scores.
• Earthlink cable
(*est. $42 per month)

>> Where to buy
Cable broadband ISP.
Earthlink ties with Cox as the best cable ISP, and is the best choice if Cox isn’t available in your area. Earthlink also gets high scores for overall customer satisfaction and reliability, though its technical support ratings have slipped in the last year. Earthlink includes a highly regarded spam filter, along with other security features. Speed is rated at 5.0Mbps, and a modem is free with self-installation. If neither Cox nor Earthlink is available in your area, Road Runner and Optimum Online cable services are close runners-up.
• SBC Yahoo DSL Pro
(*est. $22 for the first six months, $35 thereafter)

>> Where to buy
DSL Internet service.
Reviews say cable Internet service is faster than DSL, but DSL is usually less expensive. DSL is also available in several speed classes, so you can choose to sacrifice some speed for a lower monthly bill. Among DSL service providers, SBC Yahoo and Verizon get the highest ratings for reliability and overall customer satisfaction. Yahoo’s standard DSL gets up to 3.0Mbps downstream — comparable to most cable ISPs — yet Yahoo DSL costs less. Availability depends upon your local phone-service provider, since DSL works through existing phone lines. (SBC will soon change its name to AT&T as it completes a merger with that company.)
• Verizon basic DSL
(*est. $15 per month, 768Kbps download speed)

>> Where to buy
Budget DSL.
While most cable and DSL services reach download speeds of 3.0Mbps, Verizon’s new budget DSL has a maximum downstream speed of just 768Kbps. While much slower than other broadband, basic Verizon DSL service is still 15 times faster than a dial-up connection. And because it is DSL, your connection to the Internet is always on and it doesn’t tie up your phone line. While reviews say Verizon’s basic DSL service is nowhere near as fast as other broadband, its low cost makes it a compelling alternative to a slower dial-up ISP like AOL or Earthlink dial-up, both of which are more expensive.
• Earthlink dial-up
(*est. $22 per month)

>> Where to buy
Dial-up.
Earthlink tops nearly every review we found for dial-up Internet service, and it’s available just about everywhere. Reviews say Earthlink dial-up is easy to set up, has thousands of access numbers, and has a low call and Web-page failure rate. Its cost is average for an unlimited dial-up ISP, but if Verizon’s basic DSL is available in your area, Verizon is faster and less expensive.
• NetZero or Juno dial-up
(Up to 10 hours of free usage per month)

>> Where to buy
Free Dial-up.
If your needs amount to occasionally checking your e-mail or a little Web surfing, NetZero and Juno (which are owned by the same parent company) offer a free dial-up Internet connection for up to ten hours each month. In exchange for a free ISP, you’ll have to contend with permanent advertising on your computer screen. Once your ten hours are up, you’ll be charged about $10 a month for ad-free access.

Steven asks…

Tips on internet marketing?

barry0912 answers:

Internet Marketing Tips :
1. Send a Press Release
2. Submit Product Feeds
3. Share Your Knowledge
4. Grab Local Listings
5. Offer an Affilate Program
6. Don’t use site-wide links.
7. Don’t be a Copycat.
8. Use the title and meta description tags as wise as possible.
9. Build an affiliate system for the services products you are offering.

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