Monday, July 29, 2013

Building Downlines In Traffic Exchanges

Some people cannot process all the ins and outs of traffic exchange downline building. There is an easier way to get people in your TE downlines; promote one link to multiple exchanges. How? Simple really. All traffic exchanges have downline builders, the only problem is, the owners don't take the time to help members know what they are for. Therefore another option is to join a membership site which focuses strictly on te downline building. Although TEs are a completely visual based medium, having the vision to promote them can really be tough. That's honestly where teamwork comes into play. Jon Olsen and Tim Linden have quite a team of online marketing gurus, who know how to get traffic to their sites overnight. They do this through surfing, blogging, email marketing, link tracking, testing, split testing, etc, etc, etc! This kind of stuff takes time but is well worth it when a network of online marketers can all benefit from it together. And that's just what they have done with Click Track Profit. It's a complete marketing system.

CTP has been in the works since 2011, but has come a long way in such a short time. That's what team work can really do. Branding plays such a strong role. Right from the start, you are building your own brand and downline. The training includes immediate means of funding your brand, by building your own network of paid to click sites. This gets the ball rolling, so you can move towards tracking and the use of your own auto responder. It really is important for there to be support, because it's so easy to get off track with everything that's available out there on the web. That's why Click Track Profit can be so helpful to newbies. We need to be funding our own gig and moving towards having our own autoresponder, as well as a link tracking system. These elements are integrated into Click Track Profit, so that a full business system is in place. An entire school of information to put literally everybody on the road to success.

There are a lot of systems out there, striving to do the same as CTP, but Click Track Profit is the most successful at it and is growing the fastest. Their rewards badges are integrated into dozens of traffic sites and everybody wants to be a part of what they are doing. That's what makes CTP such a huge success. It's really a matter of a person realizing that if they just get on board, they will finally have that complete system they are looking for. Yet we all stand outside, because we are so busy trying to think outside the box. Well believe me, TimTech has done plenty of that. When we finally join CTP, no matter what level we are at, we will know that everything is in place and that Click Track Profit is here to stay. I'm so excited about it, because I know that all the bases are covered and that I'm gonna hit a homerun. Best of luck; join today and get on the road to success, so you don't have to struggle anymore.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Why Is Branding So Important?

Why is branding so important?! People are more comfortable joining your site if they can put it to a name and a face. Because not only is their money precious, but their time is highly valuable. Even the traveling salesman in the eighteen hundreds needed to endorse products by name and a face, so that people could know they were not being swindled by some snake oil salesman. It's about trust! If you saw McDonalds without the arches, would you go in? Maybe, but others would not. Why? Because it automatically says, "we cut corners and are likely to sell you bad food." Why else would the arches be gone?

A brand is a commitment to offer the best and accept responsibility! If I don't show my face, then I probably won't give you a refund. If I don't show my name then it probably means I don't offer customer support or friendly service. How can anyone see the full benefits of a product if they have no-one to show them those benefits? It's the responsibility of affiliates to put a name and face on the products they represent. Upon acceptance of that responsibility, one begins to find clarity; and business begins to "make cents". Without that commitment, an affiliate will bounce from one product to another, til he or she is promoting so many different things, it becomes impossible to keep up with it all. I've been there, have you?

When we get to this point, it's best to close up shop and start ALL over again. KISS; (keep it simple stupid) it's the best policy to follow in online business or internet marketing. I mean, is it really necessary to promote your biz in ALL the TE's? HELL NO!!! If you do then you have to worry about surfing in them all, not to mention having your gmail box so full, you can't even use it anymore. If you are at this point start a new brand now. After you slow down and focus, you'll be glad you did. So will everyone else!

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Your Brand In Google

Why NOT market in Google? Your brand in Google affords more promise than anywhere else, yet you are likely using sites that are not social sharing resources to show off your brand. The reason for this may be that you have no confidence in your brand; or that you have no brand. We spend more time trying to figure out how to get to the top of the first page, than we do "sharing" our opportunity. We do not know that sharing it is the only way to make it popular. We are trying to please some insatiable beast, who continues to shoot us down for doing everything "the right way".

Stop! Write an article and share it on Google with people who have like interests to your brand. This is the oldest rule online, yet we ignore it and think that the gurus (who do not exist) are somehow cheating us. The only person who can cheat you is not sharing your brand. By NOT building a brand. When a person aspires to become an internet marketer, they must resolve to be serious, determined and committed to building a brand. Yeah, like mcdonalds, starbucks or sears. If someone gave you a Kmart store you would take it seriously, because you know customers would be there.

Well it's all about placement, even in retail. If you put a store out in the middle of one is going to show up and no purchases will be made. It's the very same on the internet. Put your ads where you know they'll be seen and where you know the word is going to get around. If I buy a hamburger at Mcdonalds and then tell my friends how good it was, they are likely to do the same and tell their friends too. This is the very concept behind viral marketing, which is as old as time. It's called sharing. Many people try to create the perfect website and think that traffic will just magically appear. Nope!

Starbucks is a very nice spread, but I'm not gonna build one in the arctic circle. There's nobody there! This kind of stupidity is the perfect description of me over the years. But I finally woke up, took a look around me and made that resolve I mentioned before. I don't worry so much about keywords as I do about putting an article or a link where a lot of people are going to see it and talk about it. How can they talk about it in a traffic exchange where it's spam to drop a link in a chat. These sites are very limited when it comes to sharing versatility. They are merely a visual medium. People don't need to worry about where to share, they just need to share...period!