How to Push “Send” and Grow Your Business

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Twitter. Google+. Facebook. Tumblr. Pinterest.

These (and many others) have become the darlings of social media. The press loves to rave about their features, droning endlessly on about upgrades, acquisitions, VC rounds, and user numbers.

Though you can gain a lot of good market information and make valuable connections from participating in social networking sites, don’t expect to sell much. The dismal conversion rates for social media pitches make sense — people are there to socialize, not buy.

When you run a real business, you need to get back to the old-school tool that even the social networks rely on when they actually need to do business …

Email.

But how do you build an email list in a world that’s tweet, like, and pin crazy?

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How to Build an Audience that Builds Your Business

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There was a time — not too long ago — when you could solve your sales problems by simply throwing money at television, print, and radio ads.

And that approach can still work … if you’ve got a lot of time and a lot of money.

But even if you do, traditional (interruptive) advertising has lost its mojo. People are dropping out, turning on, and tuning in … to content.

Your potential customers could not care less about how “creative” your ads are … but if you regularly give them the useful, interesting, and relevant content they’re already looking for online, you (and your business) can win.

So, how do you give your prospects what they want?

To answer that very question for you, we’ve built a powerful training resource called MyCopyblogger. When you register (at no charge) you’ll get instant access to nearly 100,000 words of proven marketing training in thirteen ebooks, (and our completely revamped 20-part Internet marketing course).

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How to Build a Massive Email List (Without Being Annoying)

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Fact: Email is still (by far) the most profitable online sales channel.

That means an essential aspect of your audience is the segment that trusts you with their primary email address. So, it seems fair to say that enticing your prospective customers and clients onto an email list is crucial.

Once you start building that list, you always want more. It’s like crack, really.

Email subscriber count crack, to be exact.

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“Content” Isn’t a Buzzword, It’s the Future of Your Business

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Content Marketing is a hot topic, no doubt.

What you may not know, however, is that it’s been around for a long time, and that it’s finding itself in the midst of yet another “Golden Age” with the rise of the Internet.

This is very good news if you’re a content creator. It’s even better news if you’re building authority online.

But, are you actually getting the job done?

Whether you have no idea what I’m talking about, or you do, and you’d like to take your content marketing skills much further online, we’ve got your back.

We’ve built an incredible training resource called MyCopyblogger, and when you register (at no charge) you’ll get instant access to nearly 100,000 words of proven marketing training in thirteen ebooks, (and our completely revamped 20-part Internet marketing course) …

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How to Become a Content Marketing Expert

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You hear everyone talking about online content marketing, because with today’s Internet-empowered prospect, content marketing is what works.

And yet, you may be struggling with creating content that works for your business or your clients. Or maybe you’re just trying to take your game to the next level.

There’s a lot to learn, and even then you’re left asking potentially expensive and time-consuming questions:

  • How do I apply this particular strategy for my business?
  • Is this a solid idea, and how should I execute it?
  • Has anyone taken this approach before, and what were the results?

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