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10 Electrifying Ways To Explode Your Orders

10 Electrifying Ways To Explode Your Orders

1. Persuade visitors to link to your web site. Give
them a freebie in exchange for them linking to your
web site. It could be content, software, etc.

2. Link to web sites that provide useful information
or services for your visitors. If you have many useful
links on your site, they may make it their start page.

3. Spice-up your web site’s wording using plenty of
adjectives. It gives your visitors a clearer vision of
what your explaining or describing to them.

4. Don’t make your banner ads look like ads. Most
people ignore banner ads. Design them to look like
content and have them click to read the rest.

5. Join affiliate programs that go with the theme of
your web site. You’ll just be wasting valuable space
and time if your visitors aren’t interested in them.

6. Market your web site as a free club instead of
a web site. This’ll increase your repeat visitors and
sales because people enjoy belonging to groups.

7. Interact with your online customers on a regular
basis. This’ll show them you care about them. You
could use a chat room, forum or message system.

8. Check your web site links regularly. After people
click on one link, and it doesn’t work, they usually
won’t risk wasting their time clicking on another one.

9. Give visitors a positive experience when they’re
at your web site. Provide them with original content
and free stuff. They’ll tell all of their friends about it.

10. Share customers with other businesses that have
the same target audience. Offer their product to your
customers if, in exchange they do the same for you.

Quote of the Day:

“Education is not the piling on of learning, information,
data, facts, skills, or abilities–that’s training or
instruction–but is rather a making visible what is hidden
as a seed… To be educated, a person doesn’t have to know
much or be informed, but he or she does have to have been
exposed vulnerably to the transformative events of an
engaged human life… One of the greatest problems of our
time is that many are schooled but few are educated.” —
Thomas Moore

Thank you!

Charles Kaluwasha

P.S. Making money online is easier than you think… Start
NOW with The Home Biz Guy’s Plug-In Profit Site service at:

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Cool Info about New website

Subject: cool info about your new website

Hey Charles

I’m not sure if you knew or not, but your new webiste not only is
set up to help you make some moolah, but it’s also got a few other
cool things included:

1st – it’s got a pre-made affiliate website with your affiliate
ID’s hard coded into it

2nd – it’s got a seo wordpress blog

3rd – it has a squeeze page generator software – set up to create
an unlimited number of squeeze pages!

Thanks again

10 Awesome Ways To Attract More Orders

10 Awesome Ways To Attract More Orders

1. Create a free ebook directory on a specific topic
at your web site. People will visit your web site to
read the free ebooks and may see your product ad.

2. Turn part of your web site into a members only
web site. Instead of charging for access, use it as
a free bonus for one of your products.

3. Add a free classified ad section to your web site.
You could then trade banner ads with other web
sites that have free classified ad sections.

4. Create two versions of your e-zine so people
can choose if they want ads included with it or not.
This’ll attract the people who hate ads to subscribe.

5. Publish your e-zine only on your web site. Have
people subscribe to a “new issue” e-mail reminder.
This could really increase your traffic and sales.

6. Sell advertising space in your product package.
You could sell inserts, flyers, brochures, booklets,
and digital ads for electronic products.

7. Offer daily or weekly visitor bonuses. This will
increase your repeat traffic and sales because your
visitors will visit regularly to get the visitor bonuses.

8. Allow people to download software or e-books
from your web site at no cost. Just ask your visitors
in return if they’ll refer their friends to your web site.

9. Build up the number of people that join your free
affiliate program quickly by temporally offering your
product for free to the people that sign up.

10. Negotiate with e-zine publishers to get free or
discounted ads by letting them join your affiliate
program and earn commissions on the ad you run.

Quote of the Day:

“Adversity reveals genius, prosperity conceals it.” —

Thank you !

Charles Kaluwasha

P.S. Making money online is easier than you think… Start
NOW with The Home Biz Guy’s Plug-In Profit Site service at:

61 bird grove,stokes valley,lower Hutt.
New Zealand

Top 10 companies of 2007

Top 10 Companies of 2007 – By: Charlotte Buelow, 2007-12-23
2007 has been an eventful year for global commerce. News headlines featured considerable mergers, acquisitions, product launches and even bankruptcies. Keeping current on national and global economic trends is paramount for those looking to make informed investment decisions.

Before you make your next investment decision, read this list of 2007’s top newsworthy companies:

Google Inc.
This Web Giant has a history of phenomenal success and 2007 is yet further evidence of the company’s flexibility in finding, and aggressively pursuing, new markets. After losing out to Microsoft in a bid to get a share in Facebook’s pie, Google has announced the upcoming release of OpenSocial, an open Web platform. And in the wake of the iPhone, Google is launching a software-specific mobile project that should have a heavy impact on the mobile market.

Apple Inc
The much awaited release of the iPhone occurred June, 29, 2007 to much hype and speculation. The new gadget exploded onto the market, selling 1.4 million in the U.S. during the first 90 days and making waves in the mobile industry. The iPhone is now set to hit the market in the UK on Friday, November 8, 2007.

Boeing is a major aerospace and defense corporation which has also long been one of the world’s largest civil aircraft companies. The company has its hands full now as the new Dreamliner delays threaten its other programs.

Toyota Motor Corp.
Japan’s top automaker has been doing very well in 2007, posting record sales and profit for the fiscal first-half and reporting an 11% jump in second-quarter net profit on solid sales. Soaring gas prices have boosted the appeal of Toyota’s hybrid Prius and fuel-efficient models, such as the Camry and Corolla.

Citigroup Inc.
Charles Prince resigned on November 4, 2007 as chairman and chief executive of Citigroup. The bank faces an $11 billion write off of sub-prime mortgage losses in addition to a $6.5 billion write-down from last quarter.

Time Warner Inc.
The world’s largest media and entertainment conglomerate, headquartered in New York, is taking a hit due to the struggles of subsidiary AOL. The company’s third quarter net earnings fell by more than half as AOL’s strategy to focus on online advertising at the expense of subscriptions hit revenues.

Formerly known as British Petroleum, BP is a British energy company and a multinational oil company with headquarters in London, England. Oil shares have been bolstered as price-per-barrel reach almost $100. Net income for BP slid 29% to $4.41 billion, or 23 cents a share, from $6.23 billion, or 31 cents, in the year earlier period.

Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft is an American multinational computer technology corporation with 79,000 employees in 102 countries and global annual revenue of $51.12 billion as of 2007. So far in 2007, Microsoft’s Halo 3 (the latest version of a popular video game) and Windows Vista pushed the company’s profits upward. They are reporting one of their biggest quarters in recent history — topping Wall Street’s profit expectations and boosting their annual sales forecast by $2 billion.

Nintendo Company Ltd.
Nintendo is one of the most powerful video game companies in the industry and it is Japan’s third most valuable listed company with a market value of more than $85 billion. Aside from Video games Nintendo is also the majority owner of Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners and a partial owner of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks. The success of the Nintendo DS and the Nintendo Wii has helped the company to triple its first-half profit and boosted the annual earnings outlook

Sprint Nextel Corp.
2007 has been a tough year for the #3 U.S. wireless provider. Customer service issues, the resignation of their CEO and other problems have led to a rash of stock downgrades from January to October. Recently, Sprint has hitched its wagon to the Open Handset Alliance and is receiving positive attention for it. They will be working in conjunction with Google and the Open Handset Alliance on the open source Gphone platform, which will provide users with the ability to modify the operating platform for their phones and PDAs.

Charlotte Buelow is a contributing business writer for Goliath. Goliath is one of the Internet’s largest collections of business research, news and information. Learn more about Goliath.

Fast-Track Your Journey to Home Business Success

Fast-Track Your Journey to Home Business Success
Copyright © Stone Evans, The Home Biz Guy

No one has ever logged onto the Internet for the first time and
started pocketing dollars in a really short period of time. As
with all things in life, there is a learning curve.


Just a few short years ago, I was a working stiff just like you.

One day, I bought and read a book called “Multiple Streams of
Income” by bestselling author, Robert Allen. Immediately, I
began my journey.

Every night after work and after my wife and children went to
sleep, I would get online and explore different ways of using the
Internet to make money.

In the two years that followed, I spent over $10,000 racking up
credit card debt buying eBooks, membership sites, special
reports, opt-in leads, and joining every “guru” recommended
business opportunity that flew into my email inbox.

I stayed up learning, working, and drinking coffee until 5:00 in
the morning, month after month filled with the hope of making
money online.

In my third year of working part-time to build a home based
income, I finally broke through and earned over $100,000 in just
twelve months from the Internet.


Research the lives of all of the “gurus.” The one thing that
you will learn is that my own experience is not unique. Most of
the high earners on the Internet experienced a learning curve
very similar to my own.

Chances are that your curve will also be similar to mine, but it
is my hope that you can get to the top faster than even I did.
Three years was a long time to struggle, but every ounce of
struggle was worth the reward I have finally received.

In order to shorten your own learning curve, you must do a few
things differently than the rest of us did. You must become the
master of your learning curve.


There is only one way to shorten the curve on the Internet:

You must plan to succeed!

Here is the deal. Most people put up a freebie website and select
a few affiliate programs to add to their website. Right out of
the gate, most people are running for the finish line without any
real plan in mind.

After a few short weeks, people begin to see the writing on the
wall that says, “This is going to be a long hard road.”

People check their hit counters daily for six weeks before they
realize that getting traffic to their free site is going to be

At this point, they begin developing their first batch of
advertising. Then they spend countless months finding places to
show their advertisements for free. Some make an even more
drastic mistake by blowing thousands of hard earned dollars on
their new and untested ads.

These are the people who will learn the facts of life the hard

In time, they will learn how to make their advertising work for
them, but most will earn very little money from their affiliate

At this point in the learning curve, most people throw up their
hands and walk away from their dreams in utter disgust. Instead
of a walking away point, this should have convinced the
struggling online entrepreneur that they were simply traveling
the wrong road.


From day one, you must begin to learn about the nuances of web
promotion. Read everything you can get your hands on. Don’t just
read the hype, back it up with the opinions of others who have
reviewed the same programs before you came along. Learn from
their mistakes and successes.

As you begin to learn, you must also look to make a decision. Do
you want to step into a pre-built program that is designed to
help you to succeed, OR do you want to create a completely new
program of which you are the sole owner?

If you decide to step into a pre-designed and complete turn-key
online money-making venture, then you must select the right
venture to step into. If this is your decision, I encourage you
to check out the Plug In Profit Site at:

If you decide to go the journey on your own, then do all of the
necessary research, planning and preparation that is needed for
your success.


Decide what you think you would want to do, and then figure out
how your planned site will generate a real income.

Internet old-timers know about hundreds of corporation domains
that existed with IPO millions, but did not have an actual money
plan that could sustain their business model. Most of these
companies were among the hundreds of companies that bellied up in
the 2000 dot bomb experience.

Don’t blindly believe in your plan. Research others on the web
who have undertaken similar business models and see if they have
survived. Study your competitors in depth to learn what is
working for them and what did not work for them. To better
understand what has or has not worked for competitor websites,
check out their time lapsed progressions using the Wayback
Machine: http://getresponse.com/t/10160536/653248/173743366/

Once you have determined your money plan, then you should
undertake the development of a business plan and a marketing
plan. Utilize professional assistance if you need to do so. While
creating your plans, make a determination as to which domain name
you think would be best, then register it along with a hosting
account. You can do this at Host4Profit in Step 2 on this page:

Once you have developed your business plan and marketing plan and
have run them through several revisions, then it will be time to
buy your domain name and to begin work with a site designer and
developer. You may need to have your domain sitting on a web host
for your site developer, but this is not always necessary. While
they are doing their work, enlist a copywriter to help you with
your site sales copy.

When your site designer and developer have your site working, you
should then undertake significant testing to make sure everything
works as planned. It is much harder to fix problems on a
operational site than it is to fix problems on a site that has
yet to be launched.

When testing is done, then you should fill in your sales copy and
then shoot for launch. Of course, you already have a marketing
plan in place, so your preparation here will be simply a matter
of putting the pieces of the puzzle into place.

You are finally ready to open for business. Don’t be afraid to
spend the money to bring your dream alive. Time can replace money
in the goal of starting a profitable online business, but money
invested can shave years off of your company’s growth.

About the Author:
Stone Evans helps ordinary people all over the world make
money online with affiliate programs. If you can follow 3
easy steps, you can get your own customized website,
autoresponder (email follow-up software) and pre-written
email marketing campaign professionally designed and
installed and ready to pull in profits for you in 24 hours
or less! See details at and sign up today at:


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including the full text and “About the Author” box. Thanks!

Charles Kaluwasha

P.S. Making money online is easier than you think… Start
NOW with The Home Biz Guy’s Plug-In Profit Site service at:

61 bird grove,stokes valley,lower Hutt.
New Zealand

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