Daily Archives: April 25, 2019

A Great Business Card Design Matters

There are two products on the current market, Physical Product and Digital Product. Physical product is something you can touch, see and feel it. Whereas Digital Product is a product which store in the digital format such as video, doc, PDF or jpeg files.

Humor can be an useful tool for creating marketing videos. People aren’t interested in boring commercials. A humorous or off-the-wall video will grab the attention of many viewers. Try to be as creative as possible with your creativity. A commercial that’s interesting and makes people chuckle will help your video marketing campaign succeed.

Every powerful internet marketing campaign relies on well written content to bring in traffic. Here I’m going to share with you the techniques and methods that I use to bring traffic to my websites through content, so that you can do the same.

Pricing is a marketing strategy that should never be exploited. You might be pricing your car way too high compared to the prevailing market price of used cars. This mistake can all boil down to you considering the additional cost of storage and possible repairs. To get the appropriate market price, it is best compare prices amongst auto dealers or better yet, consult the NADA guide. NADA gives estimated market value of new and used cars depending on make, year and model.

When you find out where they are, you want to become one of them, even if you are not an user of the product or service you are selling. You want to get into their heads and find out what they talk about. What questions are they asking? What do they have to say about your competition? What problems do they raise that you can answer with your product? This research just might reveal flaws in your competition’s product that your product solves.

Traffic for traffic’s sake is not always good. OK you are getting five thousand hits per day and not converting or selling anything. Your conversion rate is less than one percent and dropping. You are wasting a tremendous resource.

Iv. Is there a call for action? Always invite your website visitors to take action. The action to take could be buying the product, starting a free trial (in case of software) or getting more information.

For example, I recently bought a pair of cross country skis. Shortly after the purchase, I realized I didn’t know exactly whether or not I was supposed to wax them. But the retailer anticipated this question and automatically sent me an email that included, among other gems of information, instructions about waxing cross country skis. It was like they read my mind!