Email List Building – Video

In this video, you will discover:

  • Why video increases conversion dramatically when building your email list
  • How to get found on YouTube using video
  • How to build your site-rank so you can be found online and build your email list
  • The secret to “end” all of your videos so your viewers will visit your website and get your IFO to build your email list
  • The 3 things you need to create and produce easy, yet powerful and compelling videos
  • What type of camera, light and sound to use for professional and compelling video
  • What not to do on video that will actually repel your viewers, but instead attract them to you


Email List Building – Content Marketing

In this video, you will discover:

  • Why content marketing is more relevant today than it was less than 12 months ago
  • How to get your high-value content to cut through the clutter and get noticed
  • How to post the content on your blog and post it on social media for recycling and repurposing
  • 6 steps for posting content online to get traffic and get leads
  • How to generate compelling content using video, audio and text
  • How to leverage social proof and credibility of your content to build your email list
  • The most important part of your content that compels visitors to optin to your email list
  • The magic bullet that gets your content ranked on page one of Google
  • 5 ways to share your content on social media to get even more visibility and awareness


Email List Building – Website & Blog

In this video, you will discover the following:

  • The new ClientAttraction.com website and the most critical elements in your web design
  • The best blog based web platform for generating a ton of content your visitors will love
  • The 4 most important elements of your website design and how you can do it too
  • The secret of what Google loves and how can jump on the “Google love” bandwagon
  • How many people convert on your website right now? Here’s how to dramatically increase your conversion
  • Did you know your website visitor spends less than 3 seconds on your site before deciding to “stay” or “click away?”
  • The distinction between lead generation (driving people to your website) and lead capture (getting them on your list)
  • How to get a “big asked list” to get a “big ass list”
  • The framework for generating 10,000 optins to 80,000 optins
  • The formula for massive lead conversion to attract more optins from your website visitors

This video is a sneak-peek into thirteen cutting-edge email list building strategies I will share as part of my 3-day live event happening this August – the Internet Marketing Intensive.

Registration is close to 65% full – register here ->http://internetmarketingintensiveevent.com/.

How To Get On Page One of Google

I get asked all the time – how do I get my site to the top ranking on Google? If there was an easy and quick solution – we’d all be doing it – and we’d all be at the top page of Google.

But, it doesn’t work that way. It takes knowing what works – and the commitment (plus time and effort) to get the results.

We all want top rankings from Google. Why? As people online are increasingly using the Internet (and most of the time Google) to search for information or resources – top ranked websites in the Google search results are getting the most clicks. How much more traffic and visibility do the top ranking websites get in the results?

A ton… The top ranking gets more than 50% of the clicks from a search. #2 gets close to 14%. After that you’re in the single digits (and not even to mention if you’re not on page one of Google.) More clicks = more traffic = more leads.

So, it’s important to know how Google determines page rank. Page rank represents how important a site is on the Internet. Google figures that when one site links to another site, it is like a vote for the other site. The more votes – the more important the site must be.

But, the importance of the site that is casting the vote also determines how important the vote itself is. Google calculates a site’s importance from the votes cast for it. So, the importance of each vote is also taken into account when determining page rank.

It’s basically Google’s way of deciding a site’s importance. The more important the site, the higher it will appear in the page rankings.

I will break down the 3 most important concepts to increase your page ranking and get on page one of Google.

1. Content. Content is king – more important than anything else. No matter how slick or compelling your website looks – or how many other sites link to it – the content has to got to rock. It must be relevant and keyword rich for the search terms that people are looking for on Google. If you can create killer content and match that to exactly what people are searching for – you’ve reached Google page rank nirvana.

2. Consistency. Now that you’re churning out fresh and relevant content – you must do it consistently. Once a week just doesn’t work anymore. Writing an article for your newsletter once a week is not going to bring you a ton of traffic. Why? Because that content once a week won’t get you on page one of Google (top page rank.) What does? Blogging. You need to be blogging 2-3 times a week (if not more) to consistently put out new content that gets noticed and gets traffic. That will get you on page one of Google. And the blog posts don’t need to be long, drawn out articles (see content point above to ensure you’re putting out the best content.)

3. Compelling. If it’s not interesting to read or worth the time and effort for someone to consume it – don’t bother. Your content (blog posts and articles) literally has to rock the reader’s world. Keep it interesting and the reader will want to share it with others and comment on the relevance. This helps build visibility and back links (which helps your Google page rank.)

Want proof? At ClientAttraction.com we have generated twice weekly blog posts and video content around compelling marketing and mindset information – for very relevant and highly searched keywords (i.e. “how to implement more”, “avoid price resistance”, “how to delegate”) and we’re all #1 top ranking.

If you search for “how to implement more” on google.com – see what shows as top rank on page one. Of 279 million web pages – we’re #1. We didn’t even exist for that search phrase 4 weeks ago before we generated that content.

How did we do it? See #1, #2 and #3 above.

There you have it. An SEO lesson on Google page rank and 3 important strategies to ensure your site is up at the top. I look forward to seeing you there with me. 😎

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

The Skinny on Google+

The Skinny on Google+In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a new kid on the social media block. And our friendly online giant, Google, brings it to us.

I’ve had a lot of questions about Google+ ranging from how to use it and is it worth paying attention to. Many people out there are calling it the “Facebook Killer” but I don’t see it like that. The social media landscape is vast and varied enough that there is (currently) enough room for another player in the game. I say – bring it on! Google is obviously a HUGE player in the online world so anything they do – you pretty much HAVE TO pay attention to it.

Google+ is offered on practically all Google products (Gmail, Google.com, Google Docs, etc.), and its adoption is spreading quickly. I heard recently it attracted more than 10 million user registrations in the first two weeks (more than Facebook or Twitter during their initial launch phase.)

But, as a marketer – what do you need to know? What’s the lowdown on Google+ to help you with marketing and your online presence?

Well, here’s what you need to know as this new player starts to emerge.

In a nutshell, Google+ enables real-time updates (like Twitter) and lets you stay in touch with “circles” of friends (similar to Facebook, but with easier options for creating and viewing groups). You can also check into places with it (like FourSquare).

So, what’s in it for us marketers? Although Google+ is still relatively new, we can already see what it has as potential from a marketing perspective.

+1 Feature. Similar to Facebook Like – it allows you to promote and share webpages and content online by ‘+1’ the page. So, many marketers have already started to add Google’s “+1” feature to content pages and websites. That means more user engagement for you from your website visitors and another method for people to spread the content and get the word out.

SEO. Just like with any other method of social promotion, the more +1’s your content gets, the more likely Google will consider the topic relevant to those search terms. It’s a recent SEO trend, which relies more on recommendations and people suggesting relevant content as opposed to “black and white” marketing strategies to get your content on the top pages of Google. So, over time Google will factor +1 scores into its search algorithm. When you write about a subject on Google+ and your circle (friends) Google that subject, your comments and links are displayed on page on of Google.

User Intelligence. The more you use Google+, the smarter the platform gets as recognizing your usage and recommending items in your News Feed. You’ll start seeing increasingly relevant updates and content coming from within your network – meaning users most interested in what you have to say will find your content more easily, and will be more likely to refer to it and share it.

Influence. Google+ is another way for users to share what they’re reading and watching. Right now, the people on Google+ are people – it’s not available to companies or brands yet. So, the early adopters and users of this platform are able to establish the trend and how interactive the platform is with their network. So, the biggest influencers on Google+ will become the most active and influential sharers of content.

Even though Google+ is just starting out, its reach and ease of use make its implications for online marketers worth consideration. Join today and stay tuned to see where it goes!

Here’s an amazing secret to use Google as a marketer:

+1 notices are posted in everyone’s Gmail inbox – meaning if you +1 something it has the potential to show up right in someone’s Gmail inbox – which is where they are spending most of their time anyway – in EMAIL. This point alone makes Google+ a must for any marketer.

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live it!

p.s. Check me out on Google+ here. http://gplus.to/derekf and check out http://gplus.to to get your own customized Google+ URL.

The Online Debate: Blog vs. Website

I get this question all the time from clients. Whether they are just starting out and have no online presence or are considering upgrading their online presence – they ask me this question.

“Derek, should I use a website or my blog or both? What’s the difference?”

It may sound like a basic question – but it is actually one of the most important questions to consider regardless of whether you have a website or a blog already – or are considering changing what online presence you have.

There are some fundamental differences and reasons why you should choose one over the other – that essentially combines a “best of both worlds” approach with a blog and website.

In this article I will share why having a blog is actually the best solution and I’ll reveal the best resource for setting up your blog. The best part is that it’s free and easy.

And just to be clear: a blog IS a website. A blog (web-log = blog) is a dynamic website. It supports the idea of having fresh new content that is updated consistently. As opposed to a website which is more traditionally seen as static and not frequently updated with new and relevant information.

Here is why you should not have both a website and a blog. Imagine your prospect is searching online for your niche or subject matter. They type in some keywords and look at the results to see two different search results. One is your website, say www.mywebsiterocks.com and they then also glance at the other search result and see something similar – but a little different. It may have your name or company presence on there – so the prospect is a little confused what the difference is. That website is www.blogpost.mywebsiterocks.com. Well, guess what – you’ve essentially just confused your prospect before they even come to your site. They will ask themselves? What is the difference with these two sites? Are they the same person or company or something different? Which do I click on? These are questions you NEVER want your prospect to be asking when they are reviewing search engine results and deciding which site to visit.

Having both a blog and a website is essentially putting you in competition with yourself. This will confuse your prospect and ultimately decrease the number of visitors to your site and compounded from that will decrease leads to your list and clients or buyers of your programs and products.

Even worse in this example is the fact that you’re essentially giving blogspot.com search engine credibility for your keywords by having your blog hosted on that site as opposed to your actual website name – say www.mywebsiterocks.com.

Let’s take another unfortunate scenario. You’ve decided to host your blog on your own website or domain – so you now how have a menu item on your website that says “Blog”. So, when people come to your www.mywebsiterocks.com website and see the menu item “Blog” – they will click on it and go to your blog. Not good. Not only will you be competing again in the results of the search engines – but you’re adding an additional step for your visitor to take to get what they actually came for – CONTENT. Typically a blog will have new and fresh and updated content (articles, posts, tips, etc.) – why not showcase that on your homepage of the website as opposed to having it hidden in another area of your site?

The moral of the lesson is this: don’t create a dual presence online with your website and a blog.

So you might be asking yourself, “Great Derek, what’s the solution?” Well, the answer is to setup your website as a blog. Combine the website and the blog together to have the best of both. Here’s how:

If you don’t have a website or a blog yet – set one up using WordPress (www.wordpress.com). There are hundreds of reasons why you should use WordPress to setup your blog. But, the best one is this – you can setup your blog like a website. It’s totally customizable in everything from the layout to the design to the look and feel – so you can actually have it look like a website – but with all the benefits of having a blog.

What are the benefits of having the blog?

  • Search Engine Optimization. Google loves new content. So, Google loves blogs because those have the most new and updated content. And, Google loves WordPress blogs because they are the best at setting up the content and including all the SEO “stuff” so your site will rank higher in the search engine results
  • True plug-n-play. Wordpress provides all the social connectivity with Facebook and Twitter and other state-of-the-art “widgets” that allow you to literally have a site setup in minutes – and connected to the other online outlets to help showcase and broadcast your content
  • Easy. It’s so easy to customize and design a WordPress blog. WordPress has hundreds of “themes” out there where you can choose a pre-defined blog template that you like and then very easily customize. Adding images and videos is a snap.
  • Scalability. As your business grows or evolves – you can very easily change or re-design your blog without having to hire an expensive web designer. Using a customized “website” that is built on a non standard platform could make it very difficult, time consuming, and expensive to change in the future
  • Show off your content! Blogs are designed to showcase your content. So, it helps you showcase new and updated content. This will most definitely help you attract more visitors to your site.

An example of a WordPress blog that is setup as a regular website is www.clientattraction.com. Our site “looks” like a regular website but it’s designed using a custom WordPress theme. So, we get all the benefits of using a blog (and a WordPress blog at that) and the ability to customize and design it like it was a customized design website.

And don’t worry. Other website functionality is available for WordPress sites like membership site functionality using applications like WP Wishlist (member.wishlistproducts.com).

So, if you fall into the scenarios described above where you have a separate website and a blog – or no blog at all – consider moving it over to a WordPress blog format. It’s not difficult to do and will position your website in a way to attract more leads so you can build your list and get more clients.

Until Next Time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

How Do You YouTube?

There is no denying the importance of video for marketing your online business. In this article I will reveal some of my best tips (and secrets) for ensuring you are properly using YouTube to post videos in order to authentically build your list and get more clients.

I’ve seen many people use YouTube as a way to connect with prospects by offering additional content – however, often times they’re doing it all wrong. They don’t know what they don’t know about using YouTube. Read below my 8 tips and secrets to properly use YouTube when uploading your videos.

  1. Video. You want to upload videos that are high content and high value. It’s like writing an article where you want to share some of your best tips or information about a concept you have to offer. The length is tricky. Even though YouTube recently allowed for videos of 15 minutes in length, I would rarely recommend doing a video of that length unless it is perhaps of footage from an event where it can really tell the story AND provide content and value to the viewer. My recommendation is no more than 5 minutes and 3-4 minutes is best. And, please be sure the video is good quality! Meaning, the lighting, sound and video itself is all top notch. I will share more in a future post about how to ensure all of this is in place. But for now, just take my word that a high quality video on YouTube is one of the most important elements of your video.
  2. Channel. Be sure to create your channel name before you start uploading many videos. Think of this as your own domain or URL on YouTube for your videos. For example, www.youtube.com/fabiennefredrickson or www.youtube.com/fredricksonderek. I prefer a personal channel name (for the individual) than a company name or brand. A personal channel name is more engaging when you consider the videos you’re uploading are most likely of you and not necessarily of other companies or products. You can also change the layout of your channel to allow visitors to easily scan and select the videos you’ve uploaded for them to watch.
  3. Branding. I’m a big fan of branding your YouTube channel. The channel name is enough, but if you have the opportunity to include your logo as well as some of your custom colors you have perhaps from your website or blog, why not include it. It up levels your channel by making it look more professional. Many services exist out there to not only professionally create a YouTube channel brand but will also provide you with branding for your Twitter account and Facebook fanpage. I personally like Twitter Backgrounds.
  4. Name. This is one of the biggest mistakes people make when uploading their videos. When you’re done shooting the video and upload it from your computer, your camera or computer will create a generic video name for the file itself, like MOV_0098765.mov or ABC_12345a.MOV. This name will then show on YouTube when you upload it – not what you want! You should always choose a specific video name that is relevant and informative about the video itself. If you’ve already uploaded videos, you can easily go back and edit the video by updating its name to something relevant and informative.
  5. Description. After applying a relevant and informative video name, you next want to include the description. The description can be longer and more extensive than the name allowing you to really expand what the video is about, what it offers and why people should watch it. Be descriptive, but don’t make it a novel. You want it short and concise as well as to the point. Tip: be sure to include your website URL at the beginning of each and every video you upload – it will show first when people are viewing video search results. YouTube will actually hyperlink the URL in the description you added allowing people to click the link and immediately go to your site or blog (and perhaps watch other videos or join your list.)
  6. Tags. Tags are one of the best secrets for allowing your videos to be easily searched for on YouTube. Tags are like keywords. They provide the context for what your video is about – allowing people who are searching for those videos to find yours easily. Same approach as people searching on Google for websites using keywords; people search for videos on YouTube using tags. Like keywords, the more specific and refined your tags, the better. Tags like marketing or success are going to be difficult to compete with. Videos with those tags with the most views are going to be displayed first. But, using more specific tags as well as the “ “ around the tag will help. For example, I use “authentic internet marketing” for tags and my videos consistently display at the top of video search results. The “ “ quote should always be used for your name as well opposed to just Mary Smith it will search for “Mary Smith.”
  7. Sharing. YouTube has great features in place for sharing your video with other social networks like Facebook and Twitter. When you upload your video, you can choose to auto-connect those social networks with your account so any videos you upload will automatically broadcast and post to those accounts notifying your followers of the video available to view. You can also “Like” and “Share” the video directly on the social networks for people to view.
  8. Embed. Once you’re video is uploaded – be sure to use it! The embed feature allows you to take your video and post it on your website or blog. It allows people to see the content elsewhere outside of YouTube and as a result – people will click on the video to bring them back to YouTube to watch more of your videos and see more of the content and information you have to share.

Enjoy using some of these tips and techniques when using YouTube and adding your videos – it will help you build your list even more, connect with people like no other method out there – and ultimately attract new clients!

Here’s my behind-the-scenes skiing clip from Telluride, Colorado.

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

Does Google Love You?

You know the importance of using keywords as part of your SEO strategy when building your website and writing your articles. What you may not know is Google places emphasis on having one or more keywords in your website name. From an organic traffic standpoint, it’ll increase your rankings (especially if the domain matches the exact search query).

So, if your domain name is a close match to the keywords your prospects are searching for – it’s like the hitting the jackpot to get on page one of Google for that search phrase.

I will teach you how to develop an SEO strategy for your website domain. Not thought of that before? Well, you should! It’s important and an amazingly powerful strategy that most online marketers don’t even think about. It will boost your search engine results for the keywords your prospects are searching for. Google gives preferential treatment and responds more favorably by boosting your rankings based on keyword-rich domain names.

When I work with my private clients, I always look at whether they should purchase a domain name with their company name (branded domain) or a domain name based on their service or offering (keyword-rich domain).

I will explain an example of a “company name URL” and a “keyword-rich URL” and the power both have so Google loves you.

Company Name URL

As you know, your company name or “brand” is one of the most important aspects of your business or personal identity. Your company name is the foundation for everything you do. Your company and identity will be on your website, print material, business cards, letterhead, etc… This is ultimately what people will recognize and associate you with, so when you have the opportunity to purchase the URL that matches your company, I almost always say do it.

Take the example of ClientAttraction.com. The company name of Client Attraction and the message of “attract clients” is congruent with the website of ClientAttraction.com.

The advantages of a company name URL are that it’s short and memorable which means it’s super easy to remember. As a result, it’s an easy way to put your company name in front of your prospects and allow you to maintain consistency in the brand across your online marketing efforts. It looks cleaner and stands out as being more professional.

End result? Google naturally loves you and you will attract more loyal visitors and readers. Cool, right?

In my personal opinion, if you’re looking to create a long-term brand using your company name – choose a branded domain. It’s proven that by having short and clean URL’s that match your company name or brand, people trust you more than someone with a domain that is more generic and less trustworthy.

Keyword-Rich URL

There are also situations when I would recommend using keyword-rich domains say if you’re trying to brand yourself as an industry expert. A good example would be something like Authentic Internet Marketing Specialist or Authentic Internet Marketing Expert where you’re positioning what you provide as a memorable name or tag line. In that case it’s beneficial because you’re branding your service or offering, while using the main keyword/phrase at the same time.

You can easily set up targeted domains for the niche or keyword/phrase you’re targeting and re-direct that domain to your site. My private clients love this strategy! I’ve used this method hundreds of times for domains related to “client attraction” or “authentic internet marketing”, where I purchase a keyword-rich domain, and then re-direct the user to the main domain (i.e. clientattraction.com or derekfredrickson.com) once they click on that domain.

Here’s why.

Google loves a scenario where the keyword phrase is the website domain. The reasoning why (your keyword phrase).com should rank number one is clear. It makes sense that Google thinks that a site named www.howtobeaskibum.com is probably about “how to be a ski bum”. Whether it’s the BEST site for how to be a ski bum is a different story. Note to self – I already own  www.howtobeaskibum.com. 🙂

Bottom line?

Choose a website name that fits your ideal client and this will help you get you so many more clients than before.

Until then… Learn it, Love it, Live it!

Your Assignment:

What does your website name say about you and what you offer? Do a complete overview of the domains you own and which are branded as your company name and which are relevant from a keyword perspective. Now, what opportunities exist for you to take advantage of in terms of adding to the list of domains you currently have related to your brand or keywords? Make a list of the keywords related to your company name or services and offerings based on relevant keywords and develop a plan to go out and get those website names! It will strategically over time allow you to improve your rankings in search engines like Google – and ultimately get the real Google “love.”

Interested in finding out more about search engine optimization and other authentic Internet marketing strategies to help grow your online business? The Authentic List Building Coaching program can show you exactly how you can authentically add up to 1,000 new qualified prospects to your business each month. People who really “get” your message and are eager and ready to become your client or buy your products. And, you could do this authentically, quickly and consistently, without being spammy or icky, but just by being you. How would that make a difference in your life? I created this one-of-a-kind program to personally walk you through the same secrets we used (and continue to use daily) to add over 1,000 highly targeted and qualified leads to our list each month for the last 12 months. To see the presentation I created for you about authentic list building principles [IMPORTANT VIDEO], go here.

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Derek Fredrickson, Authentic Internet Marketing Specialist, is founder of the Authentic Internet Marketing System, the proven step-by-step program that shows you exactly how to authentically market your business online, in record time…guaranteed. To get your F.R.E.E. videos and receive his authentic internet marketing articles on attracting more leads and converting more sales online to multiply your current revenues, visit www.derekfredrickson.com.

Lets Talk ABC of SEO

I get this question all the time from clients and people I work with. “Derek, what exactly is SEO, why do I need it and how does it work. More importantly, what specifically do I need to do about SEO?

Well, let me explain it in very simple and easy to understand language so you can incorporate the right SEO strategy online for your business that will help you authentically build your list and get more clients.

What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?

Simply put, SEO is the process of optimizing your website by improving the internal (behind-the-scenes web techy stuff) and the external (web content, pages, images, etc.) setup in order to increase traffic to your site from search engines like Google.

Why does my website need SEO?

The big commercial search engines – Google, Bing, AOL and Yahoo, drive a lot of web traffic. If your site cannot be easily found by search engines or your content cannot be put into their database, you miss out on an incredible opportunity available to websites who appear in the search engine results for the keywords you want to be associated with. As a result, less people who want to have what you have will be visiting your site. Whether your site provides content, services, products, or information, search engines are a primary method of navigation for almost all people online.

How does SEO work?

Search queries, the words that users type into the search box which contain terms and phrases best suited to your site, carry huge value. These “keywords” dictate what sites the search engines deem worthy of appearing in the results. To do that, search engines really have four main functions – crawling, building an index, determining relevancy & rankings and providing results. Crawling and indexing the zillions of documents, pages, files, news, videos and media on the Internet – and – providing answers to user search queries, through lists of relevant sites / pages via search results and rankings.

What do I do about SEO?

It comes down to doing what I call the ABC’s of SEO.

A is for Architecture

The architecture of your site is critical for SEO success. And, I don’t mean having tons of funky widgets and menu options on your site with flashy design or cool features. Your site needs to have the right framework – like a solid design and well-implemented architecture (i.e. like a house) to support the content and links within the site.

Think of the site like a house where the rooms, stairs and other internal parts of the house require a solid foundation – floors, walls, wiring, mechanics, etc. Without a solid internal architecture, the house (i.e. your site) won’t support it. Equally as important is the external architecture of the house to support the roof, siding, doors, windows, etc. The architecture matters on both the inside and outside.

B is for Back links

The more your site and individual pages are referenced by other sites – the more “back links” you have and the more the search engines will favor your site. It’s basically like other sites giving your site the “thumbs up” indicating they recommend or endorse your site.

One of the best ways to get back links is by submitting your articles to article directory sites like ezinearticles.com and submityourarticle.com. These are well respected and well known article directories. As a result, the search engines will “listen” to their recommendations based on the articles submitted on their site and linking back to your site and content. (Tip – always have a call to action at the end of your article to refer people back to your site so they can opt-in to your list!)

C is for Content

Any site won’t really amount for much in terms of SEO unless it provides good content. The content has to be keyword “rich” for the search terms you want to appear for and be extremely relevant and valuable for your visitors. Be sure to include the keyword terms and phrases in your content that would be relevant and valuable for your visitors.

For example, if you portray your site to be all about “skiing” in terms of the URL, site name and page names, etc. and you only talk about “underwater basket weaving” and nothing about skiing, people will click on your site and then click away. This tells the search engines your site is not providing useful content or relevant information for what it portrays to be providing. You have to provide high-content and high-value information using very useful and authentic content.

Follow these ABC’s of SEO and you’ll be on your way to improving the rankings of your site in the search engines and as a result – improving your authentic online marketing to build your list and get more clients!

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

Your Assignment:

Follow my model of the ABC’s of SEO to review what’s in place for your site. [A – Architecture] Do you have a solid architecture in place for your website with the right menu items, images and content? If you’re using a stand-alone website, can you easily change it and update the content with new and fresh information? [B – Back links] I’m a huge believer in a solid article marketing strategy to ensure your high-quality and high-content articles are being distributed and picked up by high-profile article directories which the search engines love. Follow my recommendations for some of the article marketing sites above and ensure you have a call-to-action in each of your articles. [C – Content] You’ve got to put out really excellent content – nothing else. Make sure you’re giving as much as possible in the content you’re putting out – don’t hold back or think you’re giving away too much. I’m a firm believer the better the free content you provide, the better potential clients you will receive.

Interested in finding out more about search engine optimization and other authentic Internet marketing strategies to help grow your online business? The Authentic List Building Coaching program can show you exactly how you can authentically add up to 1,000 new qualified prospects to your business each month. People who really “get” your message and are eager and ready to become your client or buy your products. And, you could do this authentically, quickly and consistently, without being spammy or icky, but just by being you. How would that make a difference in your life? I created this one-of-a-kind program to personally walk you through the same secrets we used (and continue to use daily) to add over 1,000 highly targeted and qualified leads to our list each month for the last 12 months. To see the presentation I created for you about authentic list building principles [IMPORTANT VIDEO], go here.

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