Tag: Marketing

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) For Marketing on the Internet

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) For Marketing on the Internet can be a great experience and quite rewarding for those that take the time to learn the fundamental aspects to its over-all strategies. There are not any secrets to how you rank high with the major search sites except that successful SEO tactics and strategies are

Martial Arts Marketing – A Follow-up

After having established a name in the martial arts school industry, it is adamant that the old clients are kept and new ones are found. The armor built by your initial marketing strategies must never waver. A proposal would be to initiate a campaign for mixed martial arts awareness. This does not have to be

Weed strains: Marijuana marketing – spin or science?

When it comes to cannabis, there are a wide variety of weed strains to choose from — but is it all marketing spin or is there actual science behind the development of each strain? With the legalization of recreational marijuana on the horizon, it will be important for people to know what’s in their weed.

Top Network Marketing Company – Why Are the Products So Expensive?

I’m sure you’ve heard this question before, Why are top network marketing company’s products so expensive? This is one of those ever-present questions that networkers and direct sales people will continue to encounter (probably) forever–and there’s always more to it than meets a simple answer. One key is not to side-step it. There are good

How To Actually Make Money In Network Marketing

Most people that I know who are, or have been in network marketing, never seem to make a dime! Others (myself included) make a small fortune. If you're not doing VERY well with your business, and you're honestly putting in the effort, let me explain to you how to turn things around! First of all,

HUD-1 As A Marketing Tool – For Realtors

How Can HUD-1 Help You Generate Business? —————————————– HUD-1 is a standard form you use very often. The form serves not just as a settlement closing statement, but also as a proof of payment of different tax deductions. Understanding the form and the tax deductible items and communicating them to your clients will help your