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Jul 23, 2005 5:25 amLooking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Fuh Chong Hor
I have purchase the resale right for the Mark Joyner's Confidential Internet Intelligence Manuscript Volume 2.

It would be appreciated if you could advise me on the more effective online advertising marketing tools.

The product sales copy is at:
http://www.1homebusiness.ws

Thank you.

Regards,
FC Hor

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Jul 24, 2005 2:29 pmre: Looking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Peter Davis
Howdy, I'd recommend the Link Vault and The Coop to boost your search engine positions. I've used both. Currently, I'm leaning more heavily toward the Link Vault, but still see significant results from The Coop particularly in MSN's search. Both are very easy to impliment and have great support forums if you need help.

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Jul 25, 2005 2:49 amre: Looking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Fuh Chong Hor
Thanks Peter.

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Jul 29, 2005 12:07 amre: re: Looking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Eric Louviere
I found a Free Viral Email Traffic Matrix
that allows for RSS feeds.

It is in Pre-Launch and in just 12 days they have 1421 Members. Not too bad considering we have barely even started to promote the free site.

It's Free and if you stick at it, it will create a list for yourself in which you can advertise to.

They always say... It's in the list!

Hope this helps.

Oh, you can find the link on my website, listed first in plain view...

http://www.ericlouviere.com

-Eric

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Jul 29, 2005 4:57 amre: Looking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Garland Coulson

I have found Instant Buzz to be a very cost effective way of advertising.  If anyone wants an invite to Instant Buzz, just private message me.   Ryze paid classifieds have also worked well for me.  Google Adwords is oversaturated in the Internet marketing field so you will have to write great ads and be prepared to pay higher cost per clicks than many other fields there.  Might be best to look at lower tier search engines here.

Other useful techniques for me that have worked include:

  • Article marketing
  • Discussion groups
  • Online communities
  • E-Newsletter marketing

Here is a link to an article I wrote where I tested 5 different low cost marketing techniques and shared the results.  Good luck with it and let us know which techniques work for you.

Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
Download my FREE e-book, "
Promote Your Web Site for Free"
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Jul 29, 2005 5:04 amre: re: Looking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Ronald Hunter
I love your newsletter Garland. I always find great things in it.
Ron

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Jul 29, 2005 4:06 pmre: Looking for online marketing/advertising tools#

Garland Coulson

Thanks Ron,

Glad you are finding my newsletter of use. One of my other readers said that of all the Internet marketing newsletters he receives, mine was the only one with useful content.

Sad commentary when many Internet Marketing Gurus flood their list with hyped sales pitches rather than providing real info.

Did you fill out my Ideal Internet Marketing Tool Survey yet?

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=408931212410

Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
Download my FREE e-book, "
Questions to Ask Your Web Designer"
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