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Aug 26, 2005 12:16 amA Question#

Julia Kornegay
I don't have a lot of money,so I have be posting ads. on free ads site. I would like to know the best site to post ads to get shopper to your site. I am trying to take my business full time,but I need more customers on my site. So what are the best free places to post ads.

Thank you,
Julia A. Kornegay
J.A. Kornegay-Gift shopping made easy!
http://www.jakornegay.com
J.A. Kornegay-Homes and Gardens Newsletter
http://www.jakornegay.com/kornegay/assets/product_images/HomeandGardenNewsletter.html
Loan Originator
http://www.qualityhomelender.com/julia.html

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Aug 26, 2005 8:23 pmre: A Question#

Garland Coulson

Hi Judy,

Most free ad sites (FFA) don't work.  Here is my article about a test I did that posted my ads on multiple FFA sites.

I also wrote another article about some ads I did try that did work and how I tracked them.

After you review these two articles you will know how to make sure your advertising does work for you.  I have had success with the free traffic system Instant Buzz, so let me know if you would like an invitation to that.  I have also developed a new free traffic system that has great potential.  It is currently in beta testing, so let me know if you would like to be a beta tester for the system.

The e-book in my signature line has some additional techniques for free advertising.

It is important to ensure your ads are VERY well written when you advertise.  Otherwise you are wasting money.  You can check out the free Headline Analyzer Tool for some help with this.

Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
Download my FREE e-book, "
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Aug 26, 2005 10:38 pmre: re: A Question#

Nancy Burnell
Garland, thank you for the excellent ideas. I have found that the marketing end of my business has been the most difficult for me! All help is gratefully appreciated!

Warmly,

Nancy Burnell
Burnell Business Solutions
Admin Help...for Your Growing Businesses!
burnell@sprint.ca
www.burnellbusinesssolutions.com

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Aug 26, 2005 11:03 pmre: A Question#

Kimberley Kenney
Hi Julia,

If you want to get targeted prospects to your site, the best way is to SEO your site to the fullest, write articles and submit and add your site to directories under your specific category.It takes a lot of hard work and determination on your part, but anything worth while always does!

Email me and I'll send you some free resource links for all the above.


Kimmer


kimmer@vakk.biz
http://www.vakk.biz
http://www.publicity-va.com

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Aug 26, 2005 11:29 pmre: A Question#

Julia Kornegay
Hi Garland,

Thank you, I will read your a-book. It has been difficult. I have tried so many way to try to advertising on the internet. I some time thing it is imposable.

Thank you,
Julia A. Kornegay
J.A. Kornegay-Gift shopping made easy!
http://www.jakornegay.com
J.A. Kornegay-Homes and Gardens Newsletter
http://www.jakornegay.com/kornegay/assets/product_images/HomeandGardenNewsletter.html
Loan Originator
http://www.qualityhomelender.com/julia.html

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Aug 26, 2005 11:53 pmre: re: A Question#

Wendy McClelland
Julia - Garland is a real pro at marketing and his ideas definately work!

I'd echo the advice to post articles online. I just re-launched my own business online last August - after 6 years of recovery from a near fatal illness and the loss of my previous online business.

Starting from nothing last August - I have been able to achieve some very exciting things. By posting my articles (about 12 different ones) on numerous (LOTS) of sites - I now have over 66,000+ links in Google when you type in my name! By posting articles - clients have hired me, the articles have been reprinted in newsletters, websites and in print publications. Plus, having so many links INTO my site it raises my Google ranking.

I can now say that I generate nearly 90% of my business online - some I look for with personalized emails to potential cients, but MOST come to me now. I got a call this morning from Canada AM (equivalent to Good Morning America) since I'm in Canada. A producer has asked me to work with her on a story - she found me online! I'm providing her with marketing strategies for a unique "slant" on a story she is producing.

So - write some interesting articles - even short "Top 10" type lists - and post them EVERYWHERE you think your ideal client "hangs out". For your business the articles could be about things like:

- how to choose the perfect gift for (moms, dads, parents, boys, girls, teens, etc.)
- home and garden topics, etc.

So - Julia - keep going - you'll do this!!

Wendy McClelland
http://www.thinkwithoutboundaries.com
"I motivate people to think without boundaries!"

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Aug 27, 2005 1:40 amre: A Question#

Julia Kornegay
Hi,

I don't know if I would be good at writing articles. I sale gift and home accents. I have tried to come up with a good Ideal,but want would I write about.

Thank you,
Julia A. Kornegay

J.A. Kornegay-Gift shopping made easy!
http://www.jakornegay.com
J.A. Kornegay-Homes and Gardens Newsletter
http://www.jakornegay.com/kornegay/assets/product_images/HomeandGardenNewsletter.html
Loan Originator
http://www.qualityhomelender.com/julia.html

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Aug 27, 2005 1:51 amre: re: A Question#

Wendy McClelland
Julia - you could do things like:

1) The Top 10 Gifts for Mom
2) The Best Ways to Find a Perfect Gift

Even if you can only write lists of "top ten lists" they are popular!

You can also hire a writer - yes I do that! - but I'm sure if you give it a shot you can do it yourself!

Wendy McClelland
http://www.thinkwithoutboundaries.com
"I motivate people to think without boundaries!"

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Aug 27, 2005 2:08 amre: A Question#

Julia Kornegay
Hi Wendy,

Thank,I do over think it some time. Those are some good ideals. I will sit down and give it a try.

I was looking at the big pitcher. All of you have help me tonight,and I really appreciate it.

Thank you,
Julia A. Kornegay
J.A. Kornegay-Gift shopping made easy!
http://www.jakornegay.com
J.A. Kornegay-Homes and Gardens Newsletter
http://www.jakornegay.com/kornegay/assets/product_images/HomeandGardenNewsletter.html
Loan Originator
http://www.qualityhomelender.com/julia.html

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Aug 27, 2005 3:10 amre: re: A Question#

Robert Attieh
Hello Julia,

Regarding writing articles to get links back to your site:

Writing articles is an interesting subject as most people do not think of themselves as a writer. One thing to realize with regards to this subject is understanding that one of the keys is having many links back to your website and writing articles is a good way to do this. The reason why is that there are many places looking for articles to be submitted to keep their sites fresh so you will find many places to submit your article for free. There are also places that will send your article to numerous places for a fee. The other thing about articles is that the main point is writing them whether you think they are good or not as you will improve or time.

Good luck,

Robert Attieh
http://vitacube.net/robert

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Aug 27, 2005 2:24 pmre: A Question#

Julia Kornegay
Hi,

I wrote this article what do you think. Come I summit this one.

The Top 5 Gifts for Your College Student

It time to get really for College. You want to make sure they have every thing they need. Here are the top 5.

1. You want to make sure they have the right Luggage set. That it include: Pullmans, Duffel Bag, Carry-On and a Garment Bag. You want a place for there close, school supply.
2. The right computer that is built to tackle just about anything.
3. A cell phone or phone card. A make sure they have away to get in touch with you at all time. They be away from home, but they will always need there parents.
4. They will need a fuse idem for there room: Microwave, TV, a good lamp, and what you know they feel comfortable with.
5. A goodie box, with all there favorite foods. You can also do this by sending gift baskets. You can have all the thing they love to eat put in the baskets.

I hope this will help you get your kids off to a good start.


Julia A. Kornegy is owner of J.A. Kornegay. She sale Gift Baskets,home accents,and home decor. Visit her website at: http://www.jakornegay.com and check out her Homes and Gardens Newsletter at: http://www.jakornegay.com/kornegay/assets/product_images/HomeandGardenNewsletter.html

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Aug 27, 2005 4:32 pmre: re: A Question#

Wendy McClelland
hi Julia - I've done a little "tweaking" for you:

The Top 5 Necessities for Your College Student

How time flies! One minute your kissing scraped knees, the next, you're packing them off to college!

Here's a quick list to make sure your college bound student has the most important "survival tools" for their educational adventure!

1. The right luggage is critical! Remember, these bags may be tossed about on planes, thrown under a bed, get dropped from a luggage rack on a bus - they need to be tough and sturdy! A bag on wheels, duffel bag and a carry on are the most important pieces. An additional piece that some students like to have is a garment bag - for those special clothes that require extra care. Remember - you're packing school supplies, as well as clothes so you'll need to have a number of pieces.

2. For any serious student the next most important thing is a computer (these days usually a laptop) that has lots of memory, the most current versions of any programs they need and very powerful virus protection software. Also, make sure your student has some kind of marking on the computer to identify it as theirs. Don't forget to insure the computer against loss or theft!

3. "ET call home" - that famous movie line reminds of us of the next critical element for any student! A cell phone or phone card. It's very important your child has a way to reach you if they need to - a pre-paid cell phone or phone card ensures that even if your child doesn't have cash they can still call you! They may be away from home, but they will always need their parents.

4. Comforts of home - these are the things that will help them feel they are in a "home away from home". These include a microwave (for those late night snacks and everyday meals), a TV (but only if you know your student doesn't waste too much time on it!), a good lamp (to be able to study well into the night). A family photo or two makes a dorm room much cosier too!

5. A goodie box or "care package", with all your child's favorite foods will be a sure winner - and help your child make new friends when they share the treats! Gift baskets are a wonderful treat to send - custom baskets can include your student's most treasured food memories from childhood and a few new treats.

Oh, and one last thing - the most important - hug them before they leave, and then make sure you do something nice for yourself - you've done a great job mom and dad!

---------------------------------

I hope this editing helps a little. Your outline was great - I just added a few things - I always write in the same language I speak in. This makes articles more conversational - and that's how people like to read. Also, I did fix the typos. I suggest you run spell check on any articles you send out. Saves lots of problems.

All the best,

Wendy McClelland
http://www.thinkwithoutboundaries.com
"I motivate people to think without boundaries!"

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Aug 27, 2005 4:50 pmre: re: A Question#

Gary Mialocq, Ph.D.
Julia,

You have the right idea but your ad will be worthless unless you correct the misspelled words and grammatical errors. You lose credibility with your customers. For instance: Come I summit this one. What does that mean? "every thing" should be one word. "It time" should be "It's time", and there are many more mistakes. If you need help with this just visit my website and send me a private message. I'll take care of it for you.

Gary

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Aug 27, 2005 5:36 pmre: A Question#

Julia Kornegay
Hi,

Wendy I like the changes you made. I will have to go back and work on it some more.

Thank you,
Julia A. Kornegay

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Aug 27, 2005 5:54 pmre: re: A Question#

Wendy McClelland
Julia - my pleasure - all the best!

Wendy McClelland
http://www.thinkwithoutboundaries.com

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