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Social Media and How To Use It To Grow Your Business
What are the costs of a brick and mortar business with leasing, employees, inventory and other expenses? You can count on some significant costs here in the 100's of thousands of dollars. Most traditional brick and mortar businesses are being replaced with a Virtual Store Front - a WEBSITE! Whatever you want to sell, an Internet-based business becomes truly attractive when you consider these kinds of costs.
Internet-based businesses have a huge advantage over brick and mortar businesses, but there is still a need for advertising, and this becomes your single most important expense as the other traditional costs of running a business are significantly reduced, or eliminated.
Search engine Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising is now very expensive costing as much as $10-$80 per targeted lead. Social media offers a completely new market that the search engines don't touch. It helps with your search engine rankings, but provides a completely different resource for generating targeted leads, and at a much lower cost. The key is to provide great content, at least monthly, then advertise it through the social media sites.
This eBook, "Social Media and How To Use It To Grow Your Business" at will be available again soon. It covers the latest information on the subject and is a must read for any business owner.
This short 19-page eBook is required reading on one of the most revolutionary developments on the web today. It is part of our 16-week course on "Starting a Web-Based Business in a Down Economy - Monetizing Your Passion!" and is sold for $49.95 as an insider special report. This insider's report, which talks about the most significant change in advertising, ever, how it works and how to use it.
Upcoming eWorkshop: "Starting a Web-Based Business in a Down Economy by Monetizing Your Passion!"
As I mentioned earlier, this book is required reading for our Internet Business Certification course. We are currently condensing this course material into a self-paced online course (an eWorkshop). It takes you step-by-step into the history, ongoing development and future of the web, so that you can position yourself for success in the coming years with best web practices! The course covers business planning, writing for websites, blogs and advertising, setting up your Virtual Store Front, branding, leadership training, fine-tuning revenue models and much more.
Subscribers get some of this information as part of our weekly newsletter and significant discounts on the interactive course components. We provide co-branding and other opportunities too for businesses that are ready!
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