When you can make $100,000+ a year with a spare-time Internet business, you never have to worry about money — or being out of work — ever again!
It’s really pretty easy to earn a six-figure income in your spare-time with your own home-based Internet marketing business.
But the reason you haven’t done it yet is that you have questions about starting and running your own Internet business … questions that haven’t been answered to your satisfaction.
How do you build your prospect list? How do you store and manage their e-mail addresses?
How often should you e-mail your prospects? How do you get people on your e-list to buy from you?
How do you set up landing pages to sell products and take orders online? How do you drive traffic to your landing pages?
How can you source or create profitable products? Where do you store inventory and fill the orders?
Well, now you can quickly get concise, accurate answers to your Internet marketing questions — and finally get your online business up and running.
You’ll find the answers you need in the e-book I’ve written with Frank Girard, 101 Questions About Internet Marketing Answered.
In its pages, you will find straight talk about becoming a successful Internet marketing entrepreneur, including:
- What works best in Internet marketing – long copy or short copy? Turn to page 59 for the answer.
- How do I write web site copy that is optimized for search engines? Page 53.
- Should I add online video to my web sites? Page 70.
- How can I use social media to help my online marketing? Page 75.
- What are the most important steps I need to take to achieve success with Internet marketing? Page 77.
- What is the most significant trend in Internet marketing today? Page 74.
- What key metrics should I track in my Internet marketing business? Page 72.
- How do I enable my customers to make payments to me online? Page 70.
- How do I recruit affiliates to sell my products for me? Page 62.
- Should I give free review copies of my products to potential affiliates? Page 63.
- How frequently can I send e-mail marketing messages to my opt-in subscriber list? Page 44.
- Do I need a separate landing page and domain name for each product I sell? Page 46.
- Should I spend money to go to these expensive Internet marketing seminars, conferences, and boot camps? Page 31.
- Isn’t there already too much competition in Internet information marketing? Page 28.
- Is it true that the top Internet marketing gurus make a million dollars a year or more? Page 13.
- What is the most significant trend in Internet marketing today? Page 74.
- What types of products sell well online? Page 17.
- If I sell merchandise, what kind of mark-up do I need to profitably market these products on the Internet? Page 18.
- If I sell information products, must I specialize in a niche, or can I sell a broad line of info products on many different topics? Page 21.
- What are the most lucrative months of the year for online selling? Page 28.
- Can anyone get into the Internet marketing business? Page 12.
- What equipment and software do I need to do Internet marketing? Page 15.
- Where can I source merchandise I can buy at wholesale and sell online at retail? Page 18.
- How do I choose the right niche market for my online business? Page 25.
- How can I come up with good ideas for information products to sell to my customers online? Page 25.
- What are the best days of the week and times of day for holding tele-seminars? Page 28.
- How can I get my e-mail marketing messages past spam filters and firewalls and delivered to my recipients? Page 29.
- How do I build my own “house” list of e-mail addresses? Page 38.
- How can I increase the sign-up rate on my e-newsletter subscription page? Page 40.
- When recipients click on the hyperlink in my e-mails, where should that link take them? (Hint: it’s not your home page). Page 44.
- How do I know the correct keywords for which I should optimize my web site? Page 53.
- How can I capture the e-mail addresses of people who go to my landing page but do not buy the product? Page 56.
- How do I establish credibility as a reputable marketer in my niche? Page 60.
- How do I create or find special reports to offer as free bonuses to customers who buy my products? Page 68.
- Where can I arrange affordable hosting for my web sites and landing pages? Page 69.
- Must I have a blog? Page 71.
- What are the key metrics I should track in my Internet marketing business? Page 72.
- Where can I get an affordable shopping cart to process my orders online? Page 70.
- How much time per week will it take me to run a spare-time Internet business? Page 14.
- How do I separate hype from reality in evaluating offers from the Internet marketing gurus trying to sell me stuff? Page 13.
- Is there a way to know whether the market would be interested in an information product on a given topic before I create the product? Page 27.
- How do I find a good niche market for my online business? Page 22.
- What works best in e-mail marketing – text or HTML? Page 29.
- Must I build a large opt-in e-list to have a profitable online business? Page 43.
- How can I write and product my own e-books to sell online? Page 35.
- Should my e-list be segmented? Page 58.
- What is the “Agora Model” of Internet information marketing and should I use it in my business? Page 31.
- Should I offer a free e-newsletter to people who opt into my e-list? Page 39.
- Must my online marketing be full of hype to succeed? Page 60.
- What’s the least expensive way to produce a DVD info product? Page 71.
- Why do I need to get other Internet marketers to link to my web site? Page 64.
- How do I distribute e-mail marketing messages to my subscriber list if it is thousands of names? Page 59.
- What can I charge for an audio information product and in what format should I deliver it – physical CDs or MP3 downloads? Page 69.
- How much commission should I pay my affiliates? Page 62.
- How much money can I expect to earn in my Internet marketing business? Page 12.
- How much does it cost to add new subscribers to my e-list? Page 43.
- What is the biggest mistake most people make with Internet marketing? Page 77.
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Every day I get calls and e-mails from people imploring me to help them get started in Internet marketing.
Well, they’re out of luck. My hourly rate is $500. And with a 10-hour minimum consulting fee, payable in advance, you have to write a $5,000 check to hire me. That’s a lot for an individual just starting out. (I deliberately price myself out of range, because I hate consulting and coaching).
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- What the National Enquirer can teach you about selling information on the Internet … page 14.
- The best day of the week – and time of day – to send your e-mail marketing messages … page 20.
- 7 steps to selling more newsletter subscriptions online … page 47.
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- Avoid this common mistake when creating information products … page 3.
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About Bob Bly
Bob Bly is a full-time freelance copywriter specializing in online, direct response, and b-to-b marketing. He earned more than $700,000 last year from his freelance writing, and became a self-made multi-millionaire while still in his 30s.
A copywriter for more than a quarter of a century, Bob has written promotions for over 100 clients including Phillips, Agora, KCI, 21st Century, Weiss Research, EBI Medical Systems, Sony, IBM, AT&T, Grumman, Crain Communications, McGraw-Hill, Intuit, and AlliedSignal.
Bob is the author of more than 70 books including The Copywriter’s Handbook (Henry Holt) and Internet Direct Mail (NTC Business Books).
He has published more than 100 articles in such publications as Successful Meetings, Subscription Marketing, Direct, Business Marketing, Writer’s Digest, and Amtrak Express.
Bob’s writing awards include a Gold Echo from the Direct Marketing Association, an IMMY from the Information Industry Association, two Southstar Awards, an American Corporate Identity Award of Excellence, and the Standard of Excellence award from the Web Marketing Association. He also taught writing at New York University.
Bob has appeared as a guest on dozens of TV and radio shows including The Advertising Show, Bernard Meltzer, CNBC, and CBS Hard Copy. He has been featured in major media ranging from the LA Times and Nation’s Business to the New York Post and the National Enquirer. He was formerly the advertising manager for Koch Engineering, a manufacturer of equipment for the chemical industry.
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Bob, again thanks for the great copy. You consistently help us reach customers with compelling, actionable content, when others just can’t!”
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—John A. Fallone, IT Group International
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—Dennis Rosenberg, VP Marketing, VNUS Medical Technologies, Inc.
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“As a marketing professional, for 17 years I wrote my own promotional material. But I am not a professional copywriter. It wasn’t until I took my own advice that I started getting the results I deserved. With Bob Bly, I got what I wanted – in the promised time frame – with re-writes – and the results I wanted. Thanks Bob!”
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