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Are you ready, willing and able? Then show me!

May 08, 2013 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Getting business to come to you, Marketing, blogging

For your marketing to work, you need your prospective clients to know that you are ready, willing and able to service their needs.  The challenge here, is that many small business owners only demonstrate 2 out of those 3 requirements.

Here’s what I see time and again with small business marketing:


Successful Social Media Business Building Tips:

April 03, 2013 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, General Business, Getting business to come to you, Marketing, Networking, blogging



What message did you deliver to your prospects and clients with your last message via:

Email Blog Text Message

Email Blast

Tweet  FaceBook Posting


You only have one chance to make a fantastic 1st Impression…how is yours???


It`s your business; so it’s your choice

January 08, 2013 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, General Business, Getting business to come to you, Marketing, Networking, SEO, Website Design, blogging


If not you might want to consider this:

  • If the engine in your car stops working on the highway today, will you push your car everywhere you want to go?  NO! You need to fix your car’s engine.
  • If your business is not generating the inquiries and business you need, the solution is not to push more ineffective marketing onto people. You need to fix your marketing engine!

Most small businesses owners I meet are marketing by doing the wrong things very poorly.


3 Mistakes To Avoid In Internet Marketing

November 02, 2012 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, General Business, Marketing, Networking, SEO, Website Design, blogging

When it comes to internet marketing, there are things that you simply need to avoid so that you will not waste your time. Unfortunately, these are very common mistakes and if you are able to avoid these, you will be able to have an edge on your competition. If you are serious about being a successful internet marketer, then you need to focus on these mistakes and to remember to avoid them.


10 Quick Ways To Get Traffic To Your Site

June 07, 2012 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Getting business to come to you, Marketing, SEO, blogging

Share On Your Facebook Wall

As simple as this may sound, this is something that will certainly get instant traffic to your site. Though it may not be a lot, it is certainly a good start.

Twitter Contest

If you are able to start a contest on Twitter, this will definitely get some attention towards your website with ReTweets.

YouTube Video

Post videos and have them link back to your site. This will add more sources of traffic and will also be a platform for viral video marketing.

Viral Video Marketing

If you are able to think of a unique and funny way to make a viral video, it will certainly be a great way to get instant traffic. This can lead to millions of hits and so this is certainly a good place to look.

Optimize your site for search engines

If you optimize your website for search engines, you will be able to gain more traffic from people searching those keywords. This is a powerful tool and will lead to a lot of traffic.

Post consistently

When you post on you site consistently, it will lead to more people seeing the content that you make.

Current events

Don’t hesitate from posting about current events as this is what people will be searching for on a daily basis.

Get back links

Network with a lot of people and try to have them post links to your site to gain some traffic.

Offline promotion

Simply asking your friends and people you meet to visit your website is often an overlooked strategy when it comes to internet marketing.

Include URL in signature

When you post on forums, it is a good idea to post your URL in your signature so that they will be sent to your site.

Try these 10 quick ways to get traffic to your site and you will certainly see a big difference.

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How To Build Thousands of Subscribers To Your Newsletter

May 15, 2012 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Getting business to come to you, Marketing

Building a list of thousands may seem daunting and impossible, but it’s something that can really happen if you know exactly what to do.  The truth is that list building is easy to do, can be set up quickly, and can make you lots of cash if you know how to treat your subscribers.  Below, I’ll be teaching you how to build a list of thousands within a few months.

How to build a list of thousands:

An effective squeeze page

The squeeze page is the most important thing to have. If it’s very boring, has bad content, or isn’t appealing, you won’t get people to sign up to your list.  You need to make sure that you talk about what they’re going to get, how they will benefit from it, and exactly what they can achieve with what you’re giving them.  By letting them know about what they’re going to achieve, you can be sure to get more people sign up.

Look at top marketers

Try looking at some of the top marketers’ squeeze pages. If you look at them, you’ll notice how appealing they look and how eye catching they are.  This is what you need to do when building a squeeze page, and it’s to attract your visitors the way the top marketers do.

Rank the squeeze page high

Ranking the squeeze page high can help make sure that more and more people will be visiting the squeeze page.  Creating a separate page on your website for this is not that good because people will just scroll around your website.  With a personal website of your squeeze page, many people will sign up because all they see is what you have to offer them and the subscription form.

Those three tips are extremely powerful. Anybody who tries them out are surely going to build a list of thousands within a few weeks.

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How To Start Your Own Online Newsletter

May 02, 2012 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Getting business to come to you, Marketing

Having an online newsletter could be a nice little way to build your subscribers and potentially sell products to them in the future.

Online newsletters usually aren’t difficult to start up, as there are very few aspects that need to be completed. With just a few steps, you can be gaining plenty of subscribers within days.

How to start your own online newsletter.

The first thing you’ll need to do is sign up to an email marketing manager account to some of the best companies.

There are companies like Aweber who can provide for you the service that you need for getting the perfect email marketing account.

Through Aweber, you can get your very own subscription form script, and it’s this script which you’ll place on your site to get people to type their names and email addresses inside of.

Before you place that script on your site, make sure that you create a really nice set of messages that you will automatically send out.

So, you can create around 10, 20, and even 50 different messages that you’d like to send out over a period of weeks or even months. This makes list building quite the autopilot income.

You can create some nice affiliate offers, and then suddenly make sales day in and day out little by little.

To get the most amount of sales, try creating lots of affiliate offers after each email. This will give you the chance to promote on nearly any email that is send out.

Newsletters are meant to mainly be helpful and informational, but there’s nothing wrong with making one to build your list as an internet marketer.

So, try joining Aweber to begin with, and then start adding more and more emails to potentially make more sales.

Newsletters easy to do, but it can be hard to do at first. Just stick with it, and you’ll see your campaigns grow little by little.

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Email Tip #12. Know when email doesn’t work

June 10, 2008 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Marketing

Pick up the phone instead…

Email remains one of the primary ways that businesses communicate internally among their staff, and externally with their customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.

However, make sure you recognize when email is losing its effectiveness. It’s easy to hide behind email when we don’t want to speak to a scary client or team member. I’ve been guilty of that as well when I have a million things going on. But sometimes a three minute conversation can clear up the confusion inherent in five days of back-and-forth email messages.

Email Tip #11. Use Folders & Filters

June 05, 2008 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Marketing

If you’re like me and you receive a lot of email, you can use folders to store messages from different people or clients.

In most email programs, you can set up automatic rules (often called filters) that will place all messages from Joe into a specific folder.

That way you can review all of the messages Joe sends over to you, reply to the ones that need attention, and not have to spend the time moving the messages from the inbox to another folder when you’re finished. All of the messages addressed to, for example, go to a different folder that I don’t check as often, because people who send to that address are usually trying to sell me something.

This one strategy has made me amazingly more efficient at dealing with the large volume of email I receive each day (usually about 650 messages per day).

Email Tip #10. Paste Links & Get on the Same Page

June 04, 2008 By: Ron Coleman Category: Email Marketing, Marketing

How many times have you felt that the person receiving your email just isn’t on the same page as you? A lot of times it’s literally true. You might be thinking that they are looking at one page on a website, when in fact they are looking at something completely different. I know I’ve been frustrated by this in the past.

Simple pasting a link into an email is the best strategy. Again, it seems simple, but it can mean the difference between confusion and clarity.

It’s also easy to do, and takes very little time. In your browser, simply copy the website address (i.e. and paste it into the body of the email message. On a PC, the Control-C shortcut will copy; the Control-V will paste.

Sending someone the exact link to the website page you are discussing gets everyone on the same page.