Monthly Archives: February 2012

Feb 28

Compliance: Can you afford not to?

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

If you’re anything like the average Internet Marketer, you probably haven’t spent a whole lot of time keeping up-to-date with the laws that apply to your online activity. It usually takes an irate customer and the threat of a lawsuit to make us think about whether we’re protected sufficiently under the law. By then it’s probably too late.

The consequences of doing nothing
Let’s look at the potential consequences if you do nothing to ensure your business is compliant. You might get sued by a dissatisfied customer. You might get sued by several dissatisfied customers armed with a relentless consumer advocate lawyer who doesn’t like the way you’re doing business online. The government might launch an investigation into your industry and all its practices – the biggest fear among all Internet marketers, newbies and pro’s alike.

If the government means business – and they usually do – you can end up losing your business assets and having your bank accounts frozen. And unless you started your business with the right structure, you could lose your personal assets too. Best-case scenario, these situations tend to be settled with a very large fine from your pocket and a promise never to be naughty again. Is this a risk you can afford?

The cost of being compliant
Internet marketers who are already making six figures are of course more than willing to shell out for legal advice to protect a thriving and profitable business. Done correctly, compliance requires customised legal advice and legal documents prepared by a solicitor who actually knows the latest Internet law. Getting your business protected proactively is costly but probably not as expensive as the damage-limitation you’ll have to do if something goes wrong without protection.

For those of us who need to think twice about this kind of expenditure, compliance is more of a business judgment. You need to risk-assess your industry and your business. Ask yourself, “How likely is it that I am going to be sued? If so, what are the consequences? Is it X amount? Am I going to lose everything? What’s going to happen?”

Am I safer from the long arm of the law if I run a business from home?

How likely is it that a home-based business owner is going to be targeted for non-compliance? It depends on your content. If your website purports to sell a cure for AIDS or offers illegal products like firearms, there’s a good chance that you’ll get into a lot of trouble, and will even be arrested.

If you’re selling something that’s deceptive or unethical but isn’t illegal, like get-rich-quick products, there’s a slightly lower risk of being hauled up for non-compliance. However if your target market includes ‘sympathetic’ consumers such as stay-at-home mothers, children, the elderly or other segments that government agencies are keen to protect – you’re a lot more likely to get squashed if you step out of line legally speaking.

Reducing your risk without breaking the bank

Many online entrepreneurs simply cannot afford the professional services fees involved in becoming compliant. If your budget can’t stretch to an experienced Internet lawyer, it’s going to be a case of self-help:

  • Start by purchasing legal website templates that have been prepared by a credible Internet legal expert.
  • Educate yourself on the do’s and don’ts of online marketing by reading up on official government and industry websites so you’re at least aware of the fundamentals of what you can and can’t get away with.
  • Check out the plethora of free online resources for business owners: government websites, consumer protection bodies and trade organisations and professional institutes.
  • Draft yourself a thorough privacy policy that covers how you will treat customers, and the data you collect from them. My general rule of thumb is if you treat customers the way you want to be treated you’re going to significantly reduce your odds of being sued or investigated. Plus, you have the added bonus of sleeping better at night because it’s the right thing to do.

What about businesses that serve international markets?
Website owners should ideally be compliant with laws in every jurisdiction in which they sell products or services. Many large companies have separate websites for each country where they do business: Amazon for example. Realistically though, most home business owners can’t afford to do this when they start out. Many chose to protect themselves in the country in which they are based and/or in the country where most of their customers are.

Many companies aim to comply with US laws since the US not only has a large number of customers but also aggressive government agencies and consumer protection attorneys that frequently pursue cases against foreign sellers. Countries with smaller markets present a lower risk of lawsuits. Minor markets are often ignored in terms of compliance, at least temporarily, until the business grows to a point where it makes economic sense to address every risk.

Think You’re Untouchable?
Let me give you an example of how a country’s e-commerce law can reach far beyond its geographical boundaries.

A few years ago an Australia-based British citizen violated US federal e-commerce laws by conducting illegal online marketing to US customers.

He was of course unaware of the fact that a free trade agreement between the US and Australia included an extradition clause. The United States used that clause to request that the Australian government extradite the offender to the United States where he was prosecuted for violating US law without ever having set foot in the US before.

He was duly arrested in Australia and hauled to the US where he pled guilty, and is now serving a five-year prison sentence.

Meet Michael E. Young, J.D., LL.M.

Attorney & Counselor at Law
I admit it. I’ve been a geek since I was a kid. I started writing basic programs on an Atari 400 and by the time I was a senior in high school, I’d started programming in COBOL. Even when I went off to law school, I spent a lot of time online with Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) and this was obviously before surfing the web was popular.

In 1996 I started picking up Internet legal clients drawing up contracts for web design, hosting (there were a lot of small hosts back then) and for operating what used to be called cyber malls, where you could buy a page on somebody’s domain – the equivalent of a mall store.

Over the years, I’ve been fascinated with ecommerce both from a business standpoint and as an Internet lawyer helping others protect and grow their businesses. I understand myself as a business owner and I understand the nuances. I like to help others do the same thing and achieve success to boot.
By Michael E. Young, J.D., LL.M.
This article was originally featured in Mike Filsaime’s print newsletter, “MDC Monthly.” You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.

Feb 24

PPC Search Campaign Advertising Secrets

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

If you use PayPerClick advertising campaigns on Search Engines, by now you have probably noticed how expensive it is compared to previous years. These days it seems as though every one knows about Google Adwords, Yahoo Search, and MSN Adcenter, and your competitive advantage has vanished due to the upsurge in competition. Your profits diminish while your advertising costs steadily increase. But hope is not lost! I’m going to share some secret keyword research strategies with you that will unleash a flood of cheap, profitable traffic from your PPC campaigns.

Secret #1: is one of the largest retail sites in the world. They started out selling books and have morphed into a giant online retail mecca, where you can find almost anything you want, new or used. Although sells merchandise and is your competitor, they can also be a huge competitive advantage for you. This is thanks to the vast amount of data that can be collected from their site – if you know how to find it. There are two effective strategies that you can use to find hidden keyword gems.

The First Amazon Strategy
First, you will need to use Google’s External Keyword Tool (, though we’ll be utilizing a feature that many people ignore. Instead of the “Descriptive Words or Phrases” feature, select the radio button titled “Website Content”. This is a powerful feature that uses Google’s page analysis algorithm to determine what the specified URL content is all about. Here you will find various keywords and their search volume data, competition data, and the estimated bid prices that Google feels is relevant to that particular URL. This potent feature helps us uncover a goldmine of low competition keywords.

Next go to and click on any department displayed on the left hand side of the page. As an example I chose Electronics – TVs. Once that page has loaded, scroll down until you see the “Best Sellers” box on the right hand side. At the bottom of that box is a link that says “See all Bestsellers in Televisions”.

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Click on it and you will be taken to the Televisions bestseller list. Copy the bestseller list page URL from your browser address bar and paste it into your Google Keyword Tool’s “Website Content Analyzer”, then click the “Get Keyword Ideas” button. In just a few seconds Google will produce a list of keywords – the jackpot of keyword research.

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This list of keywords is typically much more of a “long tail” type of list. This is great because the competition for these is usually much lower, leaving the bid prices a lot cheaper. The long tail list is different because it’s generated from, a site that is specifically sales orientated, not wholly informational like This means that people searching for these long tail terms are more interested in buying than the average searcher. You can apply this strategy to many sites on the Internet and uncover lots of low competition long tail phrases. Using is best for sales targeting and gets you the long tail “BUY” keywords, which will dramatically improve the ROI of your PPC Search Campaigns. Say hello to your new competitive advantage.

The Second Amazon Strategy
The second part of uncovering your untapped goldmine of keywords on, is to utilize their book search function for finding titles related to your products or services. To continue our example, I’ll do a search for Television books, specifically looking for book listings that have the “Look Inside” feature.

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The “Look Inside” button is designed to give you a preview of the content and usually allows you to make an educated decision about the quality of the writing. For us however, it’s a goldmine of untapped keyword potential to use in our PPC Search Campaigns. Simply click on the “Index” of the book and you will see hundreds, even thousands of keywords that are related to your topic – most of them “Long Tail”.

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This strategy alone can make your PPC Search Campaigns extremely profitable because of the amount, quality and availability of untapped keywords that you can use in your campaigns.

Secret #2: is arguably the largest virtual marketplace on the planet. Many of the buying and selling public start with a search on eBay to see how their prices compare. Here too is a competitive advantage, as we can simply utilize our first strategy on Search your topic of interest on eBay in order to find relevant auction listings. For example, I’ll search for the keyword “Televisions” again. Once the list of auctions about Televisions is shown, I simply copy the URL from my browser address bar and enter it into the Google Keyword Tool “Website Content Section”. Finally I click the “Get Keyword Ideas” button. In just a few seconds, I have another list of great, long tail keywords, the “buy” kind that are so lucrative. As I said before, people who search these keywords are more likely looking to purchase something than merely find information on it. This is the perfect time to make sure that they see your PPC Search Ad!

Secret #3: Forums
This industry secret is more appropriate for people selling informational products than the retail kind that were the focus of the previous two secrets. It can however be extremely effective for all types of products if applied correctly. Look for forums focused on your specific topic by entering “Topic” Forum in the Google Search Engine. Continuing our existing example, I’ll enter “Television Forum” into Google. I then find forums that are focused on Televisions and explore the various forum topic threads. By entering these thread topic URLs into the Google Keyword Tool’s “Website Content Analyzer” and clicking the “Get Keyword Ideas” button I find more hidden keywords.

Hopefully, the select secrets revealed in this article will spark even more ideas for you to improve your PPC Search Campaigns. Using these exclusive methods of keyword research will help you discover a wealth of targeted keywords, and more importantly, uncover the ones that will give you the high ROI you are looking for. These untapped long tail buying keywords are the key to rediscovering your competitive edge in a flooded market. To be a serious player in today’s PPC Search game and enjoy lucrative traffic conversion rates, you must think outside the box and use every resource available to you to perform successful keyword research. If you aren’t using the Google Keyword Tool’s “Website Content Analyzer” then start using it today and watch your ROI grow!

By Jon Shugart
This article was originally featured in Mike Filsaime’s print newsletter, “MDC Monthly.” You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.
Jon Shugart is a Software Engineer and Internet Marketing Professional who focuses on driving large amounts of traffic utilizing PPC. His powerful software application, Keyword Rockstar (, is unmatched in the industry for both driving traffic and rapidly creating, winning PPC campaigns.

Feb 21

Repurposing PLR Content for Viral Traffic

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

Do you capitalize on your Private Label Rights content for multiple uses, such as repackaging material and using it to draw traffic to your websites? Amateur marketers sometimes make the mistake of selling PLR products they way they are. Why not exercise the full flexibility of Private Label Rights and repurpose these contents for viral traffic generation?

Successful business people and businesses offer us many examples of repurposing. KFC is a simple example. The fast food chain sells fried chicken but offer much more than just chicken legs. They’re innovative in crafting their menu to include fried chicken pieces, chicken burgers, hot rods, chicken nuggets, chicken burritos and more. KFC can invent ten new products to sell off the counter from the same piece of chicken!

The same holds true for people in the information business. When you repurpose information and content, you open up a can of possibilities for making more money, and also drawing new visitors and potential buyers to your websites. You can reach the largest audience by offering your expertise through as many mediums as possible. To get the full benefit from PLR content, why not repackage it into various formats, and use them to draw in web traffic?

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  1. Reproduce the PLR content as a Powerpoint slide video and upload it to YouTube. Marketers are catching on to YouTube to draw traffic to their websites. Did you know that YouTube receives millions of new visitors every day? If you target the right audience using the right keywords, they will click on a link and visit your website.
  2. Repackage the written PLR content into short YouTube video tutorials, guides and presentations that provide helpful information. This elevates your status as an expert. Expert power raises sales, especially in a recession when people are hesitant to spend.
  3. Break down PLR contents into special reports. Now you can use them in a Give Away or as Master Resell Rights products. I have personally used this tactic with a lot of success. Back in 2008 I gave away my bonus Gold membership access to one of my membership sites through special Give Away and MRR reports and it helped me get 30 to 40 new members a day on autopilot.
  4. Record audio and podcast it! Podcasting is becoming popular yet few marketers are tapping into it right now. It’s getting ever easier for people to subscribe and listen to podcasts so it’s becoming a gold mine for drawing new audiences. Imagine having your own personal “radio station”, providing content you didn’t have to write from scratch. People’s perceived value of you as an expert will skyrocket.
  5. Break PLC into short articles to distribute on other blogs as a guest blogger. Find related blogs with high traffic and become a guest blogger or guest author. This increases your expert power, creates more incoming links to your site and gets your name and content to a wider audience. It’s a great avenue for targeted traffic and these marketers don’t usually have as many restrictive rules as article directories. Join as many major blogs as a guest author as you can. You can republish the same article on many different sites but consider repackaging the material for different audiences.
  6. Build a free membership site. This is precisely what I did. In fact, I added 2 more paid levels to the same membership site to offer upgrade options for my free members. The premise is to draw in higher responsive members instead of just ‘regular e-zine subscribers’ who will unsubscribe at any time, without any remorse. Since they have already joined my membership site, they will think twice on passing up the value of my member’s area. The content of the site? You’ve guessed it: PLR.

The more PLR content you have on concentrated topics, the more content you can repurpose and repackage. Be open to new ways of using content to build your web presence, expert power and audience. Use avenues such as books, eBooks, reports, articles, blogs and podcasts, and keep an eye out for emerging venues for sharing information. PLR shortcuts your product creation like a knife through butter, and you can truly be successful in Internet Marketing through innovation. The creativity is already there – why not use it to its full potential?

By Edmund Loh
This article was originally featured in Mike Filsaime’s print newsletter, “MDC Monthly.” You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.

Edmund Loh is a digital Private Label Rights expert and has been marketing online since 2005. Some of Edmund’s bestselling products include PLRGold: Enterprise, PLRGold: Videos, Resell Rights Mastery, and Mega Red Packet. Visit Edmund Loh’s Internet Marketing blog at for his latest online marketing strategies, witty business ideas and insights into building a successful 6 figure Internet Business.

Feb 17

Book Review: The Success Principles(TM) By Jack Canfield and Janet Switzer

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

The Success Principles(TM): How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be
By Jack Canfield and Janet Switzer
Published By Harper Paperbacks

The Success Principles by Jack Canfield and Janet Switzer is the ultimate manual for helping you identify what you want and teaching you exactly how to realize your objectives one step at a time. The content is intended to broadly fit into business and personal agendas but I believe marketers in particular will find a resonance. A total of 64 success principles are covered in the book. These ultra powerful ideals go beyond nut and bolt style tutorials and delve into the how and why of personal success in a very clear, enjoyable manner.

Jack Canfield fans in particular will be pleased to see the author’s typical use of real-life stories in illustrating each success principle. Using both famous icons and ordinary folks who have participated in his coaching programs, Canfield shares plenty of dynamic examples to demonstrate the rules of success in action.

Among the first ironclad principles to be covered is the virtue of accepting responsibility. The essential foundation of genuine progress and growth, absolute accountability is the missing element in so many people’s process map! It’s just too easy to blame other people, point to a bad economy, or insist that we would already be successful “if only” someone else had or had not done such and such. The rarely comfortable reality is that our thoughts, feelings, actions, and reactions always define our outcomes.

As Canfield puts it, E+R=O, or Event plus Response equals Outcome. Something happens. We then respond, either with thoughts & feelings, or perhaps with words and actions. The end result will be determined more by how we handle the original event than by specifically what this event is. If you spend a day really meditating on this single idea it could well change your whole life.

Placing blame anywhere outside of your own thinking and acting is totally counterproductive. Those who choose this method of operation are destined for constant frustration and failure. If things you can’t control must change in order for your master plan to work out, you’ll pretty much have to just sit around and wait won’t you? On the flip side if you are the cause of everything that happens in your business you can make big changes any time you want. Once you accept complete responsibility for all of your results you’ll be in a position of legitimate power to deliberately choose your next outcomes.

Add to this the other 63 principles and you’ll have a serious recipe for massive success! I strongly recommend this book for entrepreneurs and marketers in every field and of every experience level.

Rating: 4 stars

By Aaron Whiston
This article was originally featured in Mike Filsaime’s print newsletter, “MDC Monthly.” You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.

Feb 14

Book Reviews: The Magic Of Thinking Big, By David J. Schwartz, Ph.D.

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

The Magic Of Thinking Big,
By David J. Schwartz, Ph.D.,
Published By Simon & Schuster

Written in the 1960’s, The Magic Of Thinking Big is one of those timeless classics that is still incredibly relevant today. Interestingly, this particular title is less well known than other “self help” greats from the early and mid 20th century. When I first found the book on a local retail shelf, I mistakenly thought it to be a newer release. Only after getting into the material did it become obvious this work came from an earlier period.

As with many books from this era, the content often equates general success concepts with getting ahead in the ranks of a company, impressing potential employers or clients, and so forth. This quaint reminder of a bygone era brings a touch of nostalgia to the experience. Make no mistake however, the insights you’ll find are 100% applicable to success in the information age.

The great thing about these slightly older titles is the raw simplicity. The finer points alluded to are in fact so basic that many readers will dismiss them and in so doing forfeit the tremendous potential benefits. For example, the author points out how small efforts like standing up straight and walking slightly faster will increase your energy level, sharpen your focus, and raise your overall confidence. I challenge you to practice this yourself for a period of 30 days and see for yourself how powerful this small adjustment can be. This book is a great reminder that massive success need not be an overcomplicated or melodramatic affair.

Other gems within include the advantages of treating yourself to a “first class” lifestyle, the wisdom of thinking and acting “right toward others”, and the undeniable impact of self image and deliberate visualization. These concepts touch on the core of what it means to be a successful player in the games of business and life.

Speaking frankly, the reason so many people fail miserably to succeed with Internet Marketing is the fact that they’re not genuine entrepreneurs in the first place. Most people have no time for personal development and little interest in creating value; they just want to find the fastest and easiest way to take as much money as possible so they can proceed to make their neighbors jealous with new cars and bigger televisions. As The Magic Of Thinking Big succinctly illustrates, the essence of living large and being fulfilled, wealthy, and whatever else you want, is deep enthusiasm and authenticity.

I don’t exaggerate when I say every entrepreneur should read this material at least once each year. Every chapter is a straightforward exploration of essential virtues and foundational principles that will open new doors and spark empowering attitudes for the reader.

Rating: 4 stars

By Aaron Whiston
This article was originally featured in Mike Filsaime’s print newsletter, “MDC Monthly.” You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.

Feb 10

State-of-the-Article: Part Five

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

Finding a Money Making Product in 30 Seconds!

In my previous article we looked into the different types of landing pages and how to make the most out of each type. We also discussed getting an opt-in form set up on your landing page so you can build a mailing list. In this article, we’ll discuss how to quickly and easily find a product (or products) to promote. Selecting the right product is essential to succeeding with this method. With the evaluation I’m about to reveal, you’ll be able to select the right products and start profiting from your landing page.

What is a Profitable Product?

There’s no point in setting up a landing page if you don’t have profitable products to promote – but what exactly makes a product profitable? Many people think that a profitable product is one that pays you a high commission. While a large commission is welcome, this is not the most important factor in choosing a product. Far more relevant is the conversion rate of the product.

In my research, I’ve found that there are two types of products that offer the best conversions and are the most profitable for article marketing – Clickbank and CPA offers. If you are new to online marketing, Clickbank products are the best place to start. CPA offers require you to show evidence of substantial traffic to your site. If you’re just starting out you probably won’t be approved for a CPA network.

Researching Clickbank Products

Clickbank has a variety of products in many different categories; eBooks, membership sites and video courses are all available for sale. Each time you make a sale for the product creator, your commission is automatically deposited in your account and you get paid twice per month.. The vast majority of products have a commission of 50% or more.

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In order to use Clickbank, follow these steps:

1. Register for Clickbank.

If you’re not already registered for Clickbank, you can sign up at <A HREF=”” target=”_blank”></A>. The instructions are pretty straightforward but you need to pay attention to your nickname selection. If you decide to sell products later on, your Clickbank ID will be visible to your customers and it cannot be changed once your account is open. Consider choosing something that is generic or branded to your name rather than something niche specific. This way your ID will be appropriate no matter what you are promoting or selling.

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2. Search the Marketplace using your niche keyword

Go to the Marketplace tab and enter keywords related to your niche. This will pull up a list of products related to that niche.

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3. Scan the results

Quickly scan through the results and look for multiple products to promote. Ideally you want a base of four or more solid products but make sure you find at least two products in your niche. If you see a lot of products in your niche, that’s a good thing. It means there is a lot of money to be made in that niche. The more products there are, the more likely there is a demand for this type of product and the more likely people are spending money consistently on them. In addition, you’ll have more products to work with. You can test different products and determine what works best for your landing page. If a product’s conversions start to slip, you’ll have other products ready to replace them.

4. Sort the results by popularity and gravity.

After scanning through the results, it’s time to sort them to see which ones look the most promising. First, sort the products by popularity – this shows you which products are getting the most sales.

The gravity score is a little more complicated. According to Clickbank, gravity is: “the number of distinct affiliates who earned a commission by referring a paying customer to the publisher’s products. This is a weighted sum and not an actual total. For each affiliate paid in the last 8 weeks we add an amount between 0.1 and 1.0 to the total. The more recent the last referral, the higher the value added.”

Translated, this means the gravity of a Clickbank product is higher when lots of unique, individual affiliates are making sales. When a product has a high gravity it means that a lot of affiliates are having success selling the product – which means you probably will, too! High gravity also means the product has good momentum and that it converts well for affiliate traffic.

When you have a product with high gravity, you probably won’t be competing with just a few super affiliates who dominate product sales. If a Clickbank product has high popularity but low gravity it means that only a few affiliates are selling it. The may have the market completely saturated. It’s better to promote products that have a high gravity. This way you’re grabbing a piece of the pie that’s already divided among many affiliates.

Look for products with a gravity rating of 30 or higher. Anything over 30 is worth testing with article marketing. If you find a product with a gravity score of close to 100, it’s a close as you’ll come to a sure thing.

Let’s take a look at how this appears in Clickbank. Here is the list of the most popular products for the keyword “acne”.

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As you can see, the most popular product is #2 for gravity, and the product with the highest gravity is #2 for popularity. Both of these products have a gravity of over 50. These are good possibilities for promotion.

The third product only has a gravity of 14.54 but it may be good to take note of it for testing. If you are going with a comparison site, you’ll need at least three products to display. Naturally, the highest gravity product should be shown first on the page.

You should also be aware that Gravity can go in cycles. Sometimes affiliates will stop promoting a product because a new one comes out but, after testing the new product, they will go back to the original. Keep checking back with the Clickbank marketplace to look at the popularity and gravity scores of products in your niche.

5. Note the % Referred Number

After analyzing the popularity and gravity, it’s time to turn your attention to the %refd number.

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The % referred number shows the percentage of product sales that are coming from affiliates, as opposed to directly from the seller. A high percentage means that you’ll have a better chance of making money with the product.

These five steps are all it takes to find a profitable Clickbank product. Take note of which products you’d like to test out in the future and which products you will be promoting now. Once you find your product, you’re ready to put the finishing touches on your landing page.

By Anik Singal
This article was originally featured in Mike Filsaime’s print newsletter, “MDC Monthly.” You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.

Anik Singal is the Founder and CEO of Affiliate Classroom, Inc. and Lurn, Inc. Anik began as an Internet marketer and affiliate in 2001. In 2008, Anik Singal was among the top three finalists in Business Week’s Top 25 Best Young Entrepreneurs in the U.S.

Feb 10

MDC Monthly Preview – March 2012

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

What’s inside the March 2012 issue of MDC Monthly?

Customer Service – Satisfaction Guaranteed

  • 7 keys to dealing with an angry customer.
  • Why social media is a gift to quality customer service.
  • Why you should be ditching the “do not reply.”
  • 10 reasons why you might consider outsourcing your customer service.

“Work Less, Earn More” with Robert Puddy

  • Why you can and should outsource every element of your Traffic Exchange marketing.
  • How to calculate whether outsourcing is cost-effective.

“Five Steps to Cash: Step Two – Find Your Keywords” with Roy Miller

  • Two free tools that will revolutionize your keyword research.
  • Why “page count” is more important than “page rank.”

“What is Twitter actually for?” with Joel Williams

  • Why Twitter is still a crucial part of your social marketing strategy.
  • 9 simple ways to use Twitter to boost your business.

“Jams, Highways and Stop Signs” with Omar Martin

  • Why “traffic” is the perfect metaphor for Internet activity.
  • The key places you should be vying for attention.

Latest book reviews:

  • “The End of Business As Usual: Rewire the Way You Work to Succeed in the Consumer Revolution” by Brian Solis.
  • “Everything I Know About Business I Learned from the Grateful Dead: The Ten Most Innovative Lessons from a Long, Strange Trip” by Barry Barnes, PhD.

Additional features:

  • Internet Marketing News
  • Hype-Protector #3 (Sales Page)
  • Reader Revolution
  • “Free Advice and Worth Every Penny” with Dafydd Manton
  • Archive Bonus: Are you a Hoarder or an Implementer? with Stephen Pierce

Don’t miss the March 2012 edition of MDC Monthly!
You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.