Focusing On One Niche Market To Find Success

On November 30th, 2012, wrote:

These days, there is so much information out there and available to us constantly – so much so that we tend to get distracted and are pulled dozens of different directions every day. With so many options to pick and with so little time to do so, things can get really crazy just trying to figure out which ones to pay attention to. The same goes for business; I don’t know about you, but I get swept up by the latest and greatest from time-to-time – it’s always exciting to know about what’s new, what kind of traffic is hot, what software has come out and so on. When it comes to choosing a niche market to target it’s no different – I’ve been in touch with plenty of marketers over the years who have jumped from one project to the next, from niche to niche, never really focusing in on one and not giving their all to go the – Read the full article

5 E-commerce Methods For Boosting Real Estate Revenue Potential

On November 10th, 2012, wrote:

Everyone knows how to handle commerce, but put that little “e” in front of it and most of us have to start back at square one. Let’s face it, the Internet came along and swept the world away in a torrential flood of information; only those with the ability to harness that information have been able to stay abreast of the waves. This is true for every market, especially real estate. It can often be a challenge to garner actual face time with prospective clients when virtual tours and photo galleries of properties are cropping up all over the web. Nowadays, home buyers can attend an open house from home or work. You’ve already tapped into this, perhaps. Now, how do you stand out among the competition? Higher search ratings equal higher sales potential, so check out these tips to help you increase your online presence and, ultimately, your revenue streams. Give Clients What They Need Search engines want traffic and so do you; it’s practically a – Read the full article

Prepare To Be Taken Hostage

On August 23rd, 2012, wrote:

Okay, so hostage is a bit of a strong word, but it’s totally applicable. When producing any written content both for online or offline purposes, it’s my job to keep you hooked to the end. I want to take you prisoner for a few moments of your life and ensure you reach the bottom of the page. Why? Well, without keeping your attention, there is very little point for me to even continue what I’m writing. You won’t have gained anything from the few seconds it’s taken to read this, and I would have failed. I know this is probably an open invitation to a few trolls out there who will let me know they stopped reading immediately, but hey trolls will be trolls. They make the Internet an interesting place sometimes and some even have their benefits, so it’s all good. Anyway, I digress; you may be wondering why I want to keep your attention and how I can – Read the full article