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My Own Ezine        November 4, 2008,  Issue 108

Welcome to "MOE" - MyOwnEzine.com's newsletter
about internet marketing and publishing your own ezine.
In this Issue, you will find:

> A f.ree report on starting your own online business

> How to make it big online with a popular new system

> 10 ways to m.ake m.oney even in a bad economy

> A f.ree guide to social marketing strategies

> Where to submit your articles for f.ree

> How to find out if your web site is search engine friendly

> F.ree widgets for your site to keep visitors coming back

> F.ree access to product reviews

> And, links to my archives of marketing tips,
   f.ree ebooks, software and articles

Stan Smith

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Tips For Your Online Success:

10 Ways To Survive In A Soured Economy

Today Americans in the United States are exercising their
right and responsibility to choose their political leadership
for the next four years. Please join them and vote.

Our nation's economy is ailing and your choice of political
leadership may well determine how quickly it recovers. In
casting my vote (via absentee balloting), an often used
saying about success came to mind. It applies equally
well to both internet marketing and political leadership.
"If you continue to do what you have always done, you will
continue to get what you have always gotten."

Until things improve, hear are some tips to help your
business to weather the economic storms that lie ahead:

1. Sell more back end products to your existing customer
base. You have already created rapport and trust with them
and proved your credibility to them.

2. Make it a practice to up sell to new and existing
customers. After they decide to b.uy one product, offer
them another product.

3. Cross promote your products and services with other
businesses that aren't in competition with you. You will
reach a wider audience at less cost.

4. Create joint venture deals with other businesses. You
can expand your product line and target other profitable
markets at a lower cost.

5. Start an affiliate program for your business. You will be
able to spend less p.rofits on risky advertising and spend
more money on guaranteed sales.

6. Trade advertising with other businesses to reduce your
expenses. You could trade ezine ads, banners ads, links,
print ads, etc.

7. Out source part of your workload. This can reduce your
taxes and the c.osts related to employees, equipment and
expansion of your business.

8. Add low c.ost bonuses to your offers that have a high
perceived value. It could be ebooks, members only sites,
consulting, e-reports, etc.

9. Use viral marketing to promote your business on the
internet. Give away f.ree stuff with your a.d copy included
on the f.ree stuff and allow others to give it away also.

10. And, follow up with all your prospects. You can use
a f.ree ezine, a follow-up autoresponder, an update or
reminder list, etc.

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> There use to be an old saying in the field of education,
"Publish or Peril" ...meaning: get your name and work
recognized through your writings, or fade into anonymity.
The advice is still good and very applicable to internet
marketing with articles. You can submit your articles for
f.ree to this Directory, get recognized and avoid being lost
in cyberspace. It's also a good resource for articles for
your ezine or web site.

> Is your website search engine friendly? While no major
search engine requires Meta tags, your site looks a lot
more friendly to the search engines if its web pages are
built properly with Meta tags. I was surprised at what I
learned about my site! You really should use this f.ree
online tool to verify your Web pages. There's also a button
to submit your site to the search engines for f.ree.

> Make your web site more "sticky". Keep your visitors
coming back with these f.ree novelty widgets:

> Before you b.uy it online, see what others say about it:

> Access the MOE Archive of F.reebie Tips at:

> Download f.ree ebooks and software from MOE at:

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