When the Van Is a Rockin’ – How to Craft the Perfect Email Subject Line

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Do you want people to read your emails? If so, you need stand out!

Yesterday, Shelly created one of the best email subject lines I’ve seen so far this year. The only problem is, it just crosses the line of professionalism for our client. But I’m not against using it personally.

The subject line, as you might be able to guess is:

“When the Van is a Rockin’…”

When you open the email, the first words you see are:

The equipment is being delivered!

So why is this a good email subject line? [Read more…]

How to Easily Generate Massive Amounts of Content for Your Blog

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Back in May, I decided to take on an exercise challenge – with summer right around the corner and thoughts of showing more skin in an attempt to stave off the sweltering southern heat I knew I better bump up my exercise levels quickly. I also wanted to get my coaching business off the ground and with one of my services being health and fitness coaching I thought it would be the perfect time to show the type of coach I am – one who practices what they preach. What better way to demonstrate that than by documenting my fitness progress on a challenge I set up for myself on my blog?

So, I decided on a fitness challenge that worked best for my fitness goals, Brazil Butt Lift Work out 60 Day Challenge and documented my progress for 60 days on my blog. I included everything from the schedule I choose, my thoughts and feelings of the work out, the type of weights, resistance bands, and a picture every day from the work out as well as a picture of my progress. You can see the Fitness Challenge here.

Think about how much content you can generate for your blog this way! It is a great way to easily generate massive amounts of quality content for your blog AND achieve something you always wanted to accomplish.

Here Are Some Tips to Generate Massive Amounts of Content for Your Blog  [Read more…]

The Typical Google Adwords Pay-Per-Click Mistake

Most business owners, even people who should know better, are spending good money to send visitors from Google pay-per-click ads to their website, and are dropping them on a page that has very little pertinent information.

All that does is make the visitor call you, ask for a price, go back to Google, click the next link, and ask them for a price.

This is important for several reasons: [Read more…]

Weekly Web Recap of Marketing Ideas – March 28 2014

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This week’s web recap of marketing ideas includes everything from taking action vs. motion,  first kisses, Yahoo and Yelp partnership, Google Analytics, and hashtags.

1. Do you feel like you have been in motion but not taking any action? Are those strategies and plans to get the marketing done for your business sitting in nice folders, piles, and on whiteboards but have never been implemented? Try the “never break the chain technique.”

>> The Mistake Smart People Make: Being in Motion vs. Taking Action READ ARTICLE HERE  [Read more…]

M5 – Are Guest Posts Dead?

This week in the news there was a story, actually it was last week, last week in the news there was a story about guest posting by Matt Cutts who is a Google spokesperson and he said guest posting is done, stick a fork in it.

He basically said in his article that Google has figured out a way to eliminate the links that come from a guest posts on other peoples blogs.

So let’s back up for a minute, what’s a guest post? If you have a blog and you want to get other people to your blog, traffic to your blog, then you will [Read more…]