The AM TeleSeminar Club – 5 Success Factors

jeff herring, article marketingBy now you are familiar with the Student-Affiliate-Partner Process that is available to students of Alex Mandossian.

The typical process takes three years. Some do it in less time – the shortest so far is 3 weeks. By taking action on what I learned in Teleseminar Secrets I was able to do it in 3 quarters and now Alex Mandossian and I are Strategic Alliance Partners.

On Wednesday night March 25th at 6pm PT/9pm ET Alex and I will be holding our second Affiliate Rebate Teleseminar.

Click here to get the Phone number and Passcode and you may tell up to two friends.  You can also www.TweetwithAlex.com and enter #AMTClub … even if you’re not registered with Twitter.

What’s an Affiliate Rebate Teleseminar? [Read more…]

7 Reasons to Repurpose Twitter Articles

twitter, article marketing, social article marketing, jeff herringIf you are into Article Marketing and are not using Twitter to repurpose your articles, you are missing out on a flood of good stuff.

With that notion in mind, here are the Top 7 Reasons to Repurpose Your Articles on Twitter

1. Extends Your Reach – Extending your reach means to get your marketing message and influence in front of as many eyes as possible. When you publicize your articles on Twitter, you are not only reaching those who are following you, you are also reaching everyone that follows each person who follows you – your reach rapidly multiplies.

2. It’s Helpful – When you are having conversations there and you see a question where one of your articles could help, you are being very helpful to someone when you refer them to you article(s). How’s that for upping the “know, like and trust” factor.

3. Ups Your Expert Status – Mentioning your articles and using them to answer questions increases your [Read more…]

Your 4 Sources of Article Traffic

Article Marketing allows you to create 4 different types of traffic when you submit your articles to Article Directories like EzineArticles.

1. Immediate Traffic

Every time you submit a new article to EzineArticles, you get the benefit of immediate traffic. It’s a fresh article and people are jumping all over it.

What you have at your fingertips with putting out an article is a powerful traffic generation tool. That’s where you get your immediate boost, with new articles, especially once you’ve developed a following. If people want to hear more from you, they’re going to be looking for your articles.

2. Regular, consistent traffic

Think of it this way. Each article – even if you’ve got an article that maybe only gets five new viewers per day, and then you stack another article on top of it that gets five new viewers a day, and then another article and then another article and then another article – and let’s say you’ve got 50 of those articles out there getting five new visitors a day.

That’s 250 new visitors a [Read more…]

Do You Make These 3 “Resource Box” Mistakes?

article-writing-pencils.jpgI see many people get into article marketing, write some good articles, and then blow the whole thing in the resource box.

So let’s take a look at three of the deadliest prospect and profit killing mistakes people make, and then what to do instead.

Mistake #1 – Making the Resource Box All About You – This one is really easy to do, especially since the resource box is also called the bio box. Many people tell the reader all about themselves.

I’ve actually seen a resource box that was almost as long as the article, filled with just about every award the author had won going back to grade school.

Sorry, but the reader is not [Read more…]

5 Ways to Repurpose Articles on Facebook/Twitter

earthvice_110If the only thing you are doing with your Article Marketing is publishing your articles on the Article Directories, then you are missing out on a great opportunity to repurpose and extend the reach of your articles.

Facebook and Twitter are two of the most popular and powerful social networking sites on the internet.  I recommend you take advantage of the opportunity they present to repurpose and extend the reach of your articles.

Here are three steps you can take on Facebook and two steps you can take on Twitter.

Three Ways on Facebook

Once you have set up your Facebook account, here are three powerful steps to take with your articles:

1) Notes section - In the notes section, you want to list your articles. I recommend [Read more…]

Why An Article-A-Day Keeps The Recession Away

bailout-dollarArticle marketing has recession-proofed my online businesses. I know that is a big claim, and lots of people are talking about how to recession-proof your business right now.

Read on to discover how to really do it with Article Marketing and the article-a-day strategy.  Here are 7 ways an article-a-day can recession-proof your business:

1. Extend your reach – I like to call my articles my “international evergreen article agents.”

My articles allow me to reach all over the world into many markets that I could not have reached in any other way. And they are evergreen, which means they are out there forever, delivering good information with links back to my websites and blogs.

For example, just one of my articles published online in August of 2005 still receives an average of [Read more…]

Write Your Blog Posts by Repurposing

Watch, Book, and GlassesIf you think you don’t have enough ideas to post to your blog regularly, please read on …

If you have done teleseminars, written articles, done podcasts, written a book or an e-book, or are thinking of writing a book, then you have so many blog posts you won’t know where to start!

A 60 minute teleseminar has the potential for dozens of blog posts.  Your book or book idea is too many blog posts to count. And one 7 tips article is perfect for 7 (or more) blog posts.

Look at EVERYTHING you’ve already done and repurpose your own material into your blog posts.

The opposite of that works too.  If you have a lot of blog posts already, repurpose them into other products.  Your only limitation is your imagination.

Need more information about blogging or WordPress?

I’d like to invite you to my free weekly teleseminars, The Wizard Weekly.  Go to TheWordPressWizard.com/burning to ask me your most burning question about WordPress and to get details about the weekly teleseminars.

Reach Repurposing Heaven with 7 Tips Articles

Open BookIf you want to go to Repurposing Heaven (without the inconvenience of dying, thank you Alex) then one of the quickest strategies is writing 7 Tips Articles.

Pick a specific topic in your niche and make a list of 7 tips.  Add a few lines of explanation to each tip and you have a 7 Tips Article.  Use each one of those tips as a blog post, Twitter post and a Facebook post.

Add a few more lines to each tip, break it into seven episodes and you have a 7 part ecourse.  Turn each tip into it’s own separate article.  Repurpose each tip into a chapter, and you have a 7 chapter ebook.

Finally turn your 7 Tips Article into a teleseminar, and your Action Guide is the outline of the seven tips.  And folks, we are just getting started with the nearly 100 ways you can repurpose a 7 Tips Article.

And to get you started, I’m inviting you to go to www.7TipsArticleTemplate.com to claim your instant free access to my 7 Tips Instant Article Template.

You Are “The Message”

questionsign_110.jpg“The medium is the message” is a phrase coined by Marshall McLuhan meaning that the form of a medium imbeds itself in the message, creating a symbiotic relationship by which the medium influences how the message is perceived.

The phrase was first introduced in his most widely known book, Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, published in 1964, which was also the year I was born :-)

McLuhan proposed that media itself, not the content carried, should be the focus of the communication.

Well, I don’t agree.  I think the Messenger is the Message.  You, as the content provider, are the Message. Check out what I mean here on this 5-minute video: www.HubAndSpokeVideo.com

You don’t have to agree with me, but I do want you to [Read more…]

“Improver” or “Inventor” in Your Business?

“Never invent, always improve.”Target

This four-word sentence is indelibly etched in my mind right now. I also have that quote framed and hanging on the wall of my home office.

The marketing philosophy of choosing improvement over invention has generated millions of dollars for my info publishing business and my students’ businesses.

Although the idea of becoming an “Improver” is not as sexy as being known as an “Inventor,” it is improvement, not invention, that has generated billions for some of the most renowned Thought Leaders in history. Ironically, many of these folks have been inaccurately dubbed as “Inventors.”

Here’s one example: Nikola Tesla invented the modern alternating current electric power (AC) systems. Thomas Edison improved it. Telsa died broke. Edison died a millionaire.

Here’s another: Charles Haanel is the true [Read more…]

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