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Francis is an expert at converting web traffic into customers. For the last 10 years he has been helping companies make more money using the Internet. He was responsible for the online marketing operations of 5 business units of a Fortune 1000 company. Since then he quickly became known as the “hired-gun marketer” for today’s top online marketers creating tens of thousands of new prospects turning them into millions in revenue using persuasive advertising copy and effective “under the radar” online marketing strategies. Francis will help you create your online marketing plan to skyrocket your business.
Online Arbitrage: Buying Low and Selling High Online

The classic arbitrage business model the difference in prices between two markets to generate revenue. For example, an investor might purchase goods in one nation, and then sell them to customers in another for a higher price. If the prices variance was large enough, a business owner could even profit from buying items at one […]

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Finding High-Quality Content Writers

In the new age of Google, content is king. Since the release of the Panda algorithm in February 2011, website owners have found an increasing need to generate high-quality content to maintain their organic traffic. Coupled with other marketing methods, such as Facebook and Twitter management, this methodology has created a need for well-written content […]

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Send Out Unlimited Direct Mail For Free

Direct mail is one of the best ways to market a product. You can zero in on a particular target market with the right mailing lists. For example, you can mail to all consumers who buy computer products and software within five or 10 miles of your store. The downside to direct mail is that […]

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Microsoft, AOL, YAHOO! Advertising Takeover

Yahoo!, Microsoft, and AOL (Advertising.com) just announced an agreement offer online advertising inventory to each other’s customers. Obviously this is a move to challenge Google in the world of online ads. Here’s the official press release: Yahoo!, Microsoft and AOL Announce Display Advertising Agreements REDMOND, Wash., SUNNYVALE, Calif. and NEW YORK — Nov. 8, 2011 […]

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Google+ just announced the launch of its business pages. Is this yet another reason why Facebook needs watch it’s back? In any case, businesses now have a new channel for additional exposure on the web leveraging a major brand’s name and resources. And when done right, both social media sites can be used as a […]

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How to Write Web Copy That Sells

It takes a certain degree of skill to write web copy that sells. The window of opportunity is very limited. People tend to scan copy on the Internet faster than print ads. There’s also much more information available at any given time on the Internet. Consumers want to find what they need as quickly as […]

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