Does Your Business Need More Leads?
The internet can be a great source for generating leads for nearly any business. Done right, you can get high quality, targeted leads, delivered to your email, as a text message, or even as a phone call. Done wrong, internet marketing lead generation programs can become nothing more than an added expense and just another source of frustration.
Are People Finding Your Website?
So you have a nice website, now what? If visitors are searching for your product or service but can't find you what good will it do? If your strategy involves people entering a url from your business card or a promotional piece, forget it. If you aren't at or near the top of the first page in the search engines, they will quickly become your competitors new customer.
Do You Have a System in Place to Generate Online Leads?
Are you going to use Pay-Per-Click (PPC), Search Engine Optimization (SEO) or some other form of targeted advertising? No matter what, you will need a system in place which is simple to follow and produces a desired result.
Who's Got the Best Online Lead Generation System?
Confused? You're not alone. Unfortunately, there is so much old and misinformation out there from the latest so-called "internet marketing guru" that one can quickly become overwhelmed. The truth is, if it's cheap and easy, it probably isn't going to help you much. generating online leads is either hard work, expensive or both, but THE PAYOFF CAN BE HUGE!
Which "Internet Guru" Should You Team-Up With?
Well for starters, are they easy to contact? Is there a phone number on their website? Are they available when you have a question? Are they able to share real-time results with you? Can they truly demonstrate their abilities to produce online leads and not just hype? If you've answered yes to these questions you may have already found your "internet guru". If not, watch the video and give me a call: 651-303-4261,
I just thought I would share the good news. Of the 9 kids we sponsored, 8 are in school and doing very well (Filimino decided school wasn’t for him).
We met with the teachers for 3 of the students and they were singing their praises. They also said that if they do well, they can test out of the grade they are in and move up! Romel is 16 and is in the 3rd grade, so the teachers are hoping he can move up a grade or two this year. The 8 kids are spread out across 4 different schools, so I will try follow up with them next week. The kids stay in contact with each other and from what they are telling me, all of the kids are doing really well. If what they are telling me is true, 4 of the students have had perfect attendance. The only reason the others missed, was because the social worker told them they had to attend a seminar. The principle is going to have a discussion with the social worker about that, so it won’t happen again.
Continue reading: UPDATE: 8 of the 9 Street Kids are Still in School!538 words, 1 image, reading time ~ 2:09 mins
Just thought I would let you know, that there are now a total of 9 kids in school. I made a deal with them that if they would go to school everyday for 2 weeks, I would buy them button up shirts and long pants.
Yesterday when I checked on them, all but one had not missed a single day. The one who missed had a birthday and said he went to some relatives if I understood correctly. I thought that was a pretty valid reason, so he got a shirt and pants too. Now they need shoes, so I told them they would have to wear their flip-flops until I had more money, or more people helped.
Continue reading: Thanks for your help with the 9 Filipino students663 words, reading time ~ 2:39 mins
Today we went school shopping again. Yesterday we took 6 of the kids, and today we took Joren and his younger brother Ray-Mark. These two weren’t able to get their stuff yesterday with the rest of the group, because they were out collecting recyclable trash to sell and we didn’t have them enrolled. They are now though, so we got them all hooked up. Tin cans, cardboard, plastic and glass all have a value here. not much, but it keeps them going.
Thanks to those of you who have said you want to help. Sherry, John, Mary and Bill, you are awesome!
Just a quick photo/video update this time.
Today we went to meet with Grace at her store and come up with a plan. She’s the Filipina-Canadian who has already been helping a street kid go to school. After meeting with her, we decided that 4 of the 6 kids needed haircuts, so we took care of that and had lunch afterwords.
Continue reading: Pics and a video of the soon-to-be students451 words, 7 images, reading time ~ 1:48 mins
It’s been quite a while and many of you have been asking how it’s going down here in the Philippines. I am now quite settled in and am learning the local dialect, Bisaya. The Central Visayas is the most beautiful part of the Philippines in my oponion, and Bisaya is the 2nd largest language, next to Tagalog, the national language. Initially, I had really hoped the 400 years of Spanish rule would’ve had more influence on the language, but not so. Counting, telling time and a few other words are the only things the same as Spanish. The rest is all new to me, and learning it is a slow process. Especially at age 37.
Continue reading: Help Send Filipino Street Kids to School984 words, 1 image, reading time ~ 3:56 mins
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We will be opening a new office in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines and are actively seeking a Drupal Web Developer to become a part of our internet marketing team. Here’s our ad:
Are You Looking for a High Paying Job?
P10,000 – P18,000
Are a freelancer that needs dependable income? Are you sick of having to chase down clients to pay you? While working with us, you will have the opportunity to learn from other Drupal experts as you contribute to the development of some of the top-ranking sites in the markets we serve.
We are looking for people eager to learn and earn.
Continue reading: Drupal Web Developer682 words, reading time ~ 2:44 mins
Yep, we’re hiring! Know any good content writers working in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines?
Hiring Content Writers
We are an online marketing firm, located in Dumaguete City, and are looking for great writers. We need writers to create content (blog posts, facebook and twitter posts, and more) for both corporate websites and social media sites.
Working for our company will help you improve your English writing and speaking skills and you will have the opportunity to put your work in front of thousands of visitors on a daily basis, while supplementing your income with a generous salary plus awesome bonuses. Article assignments average 300-500 words and topics cover a range of areas, including local and regional directories, travel websites, product and service reviews, and more. You will be assigned topics to cover and reasonable research time allotted, in order to position yourself as an expert on the subject.
Continue reading: Contenter Writer Needed in Dumaguete395 words, reading time ~ 1:35 mins
Had google included an example, I could have been done an hour ago. I spent a lot of time reading in the help section and I couldn’t get it to work. Finally I went to YouTube and found this:
turns out I was missing the quotes, which the google help doc failed to mention. Here’s and example for people to follow:
=HYPERLINK(“http://flywaytaxidermy.com”, “waterfowl taxidermy”)
If you copy/past the example above into a cell in your Google Docs Spreadsheet it will place a clickable link within a cell that will look like this: waterfowl taxidermy.
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Once you’ve been banned from fiverr, good luck getting your account unsuspended. I use fiverr to work with vendors to do some of my SEO work, as part of the internet marketing service I provide. Speaking from experience, there’s no second chances with fiverr. I was banned for no reason other than I claimed I was violating their TOS. That was their only explanation. I had done $100′s if not $1,000′s of dollars in business and the only “glitch” I ever had was receiving a warning about attempting to contact their sellers. I realized my error and never did it again. Then about 1 year later, they banned me. I corresponded with them briefly, until they quit responding to my request for more specific reasons.
Continue reading: Banned from fiverr?492 words, 2 images, reading time ~ 1:58 mins