Sassy Ads Reporter Issue #445

 

In this weeks edition of the Sassy Ads Reporter, we are going to give you a few tips on ‘How to Use Digg’

 

What is Digg? It’s a very popular website with lots of user generated content, that people use to get the news of the day, quickly, easily and all in one place.

 

You can organize the news into groups of topics that you want to see the most, and even open up for you on a page of topics of news specified by you. Many people check it every day to keep up with what is going on in the world.

 

However, you can use it for more than just getting the news. This remarkable website can also be very beneficial to your business.

 

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  • November 22, 2010

Sassy Ads Reporter Issue # 444

 

Heard of HubPages?

 

If you’re looking for a way to monetize your content then HubPages is just what you need.

 

Like Squidoo, HubPages hosts your content for free and share revenue with you from Adsense, Amazon and Ebay sales. Unlike Squidoo, HubPages are not keen on blatent advertising! If your hub is just an advertisement… forget it, it will get flagged and removed.

 

HubPages encourages networking. You should get involved with the community by reading other hubs and leaving comments on them. This will also get you noticed by others in the community.

 

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  • November 15, 2010

Sassy Ads Reporter Issue #443

 

Get Tagged!

 

Tagged is a social networking site that has become very popular. Started by Greg Tseng in 2004, Tagged started out as a social networking site for teens with a bit of a media twist to it. However, the site has since become popular with a wide age range. The site offers some features not found on the usual sites.

 

Tagged provides a fun, safe, and exciting environment for people to showcase their personalities and talents, and to connect with friends and meet new ones. Tagged offers the standard social fare, including photo and video sharing, online games, and widgets from slide, not to mention a “meet me” function based entirely on one’s sexual orientation.

 

Features not found on the usual sites include celebrity look-alike contests, confessions, and of course tagging your friends. Members earn “money” for joining, making friends and sending invites to friends, which one can use to buy “pets”.

 

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  • November 8, 2010

Sassy Ads Reporter # 442

 

If you own any kind of business, be it online or offline, you need to know what the buying triggers are for your target market. If you don’t know what causes someone to buy, it will be difficult to do the things you need to do,
to make sales.

 

Fortunately, the buying behaviors and triggers are much the same for everyone, so no matter what market you’re in, you’ll find that some of the triggers are always the same. In fact, they are basic principles of psychology and they almost always work.

 

In todays issue of the Sassy Ads Reporter, we are going to look at some of the top buying triggers for any market:

 

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  • November 1, 2010

Sassy Ads Reporter #441

 

Welcome to this weeks edition of the Sassy Ads Reporter. Today, we are going to be talking about "Back End Sales" and why are they important to your business? Back end sales are sales that come after the main sale has taken place. They are often referred to as ‘One Time Offers’ I’m sure you will have seen offers like this before.

 

These offers appear after a main sale, when, once you’ve placed your order, you’re taken to another page that offers you an upgrade to your product or a companion product for an additional price.

 

Once someone has already bought the main product, the chances of their purchasing the second offer, are much higher, which is why so many marketers use this tactic. It’s wonderful for increasing profits.

 

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  • November 1, 2010

Connect the Dots?


Are you thinking outside of your online business Dot Com Box? Take the dots you find out there and connect them!

 

Your vision is unique to YOU. You see things that others don’t and can’t see. You can propose ideas to your prospects and customers that your competition has never even dreamed of. The ONLY problem you really have is to get your customers to share your vision. When they do, you have connected a dot. When they share YOUR vision, your dots are connected, as well as their dots.

 

First, you MUST have the vision. Are you on fire with your vision? What seems to fit it? Who could possibly object to it? Can it really be done? Should it be done now? Can you really do it? Keep asking yourself these types of questions and things you didn’t see before, will pop up.

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  • October 19, 2010

Sassy Ads Reporter Issue # 440

In this weeks issue of the Sassy Ads Reporter, we take a look at "Onlywire"

Onlywire is a social bookmarking service owned by the software company Snipitron, llc. Onlywire is a fast growing automated content and bookmark distribution site. You can currently promote your content to a large number (currently approx 40) different social networking and bookmarking sites with ease, and save yourself considerable time.

Every site on their list has a pagerank of at least five, and the majority are pageranked higher.

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  • October 18, 2010

Should Everyone Use Social Media?

 

When a person first decides to become an online marketer, they’re bombarded from the right and left with advice about what they should do. These "should do’s" include build a website, sell affiliate products, create your own product, grow a list of subscribers, put content on your site, do article marketing, get on Facebook, and start tweeting on Twitter.

 

It’s enough to make your head spin, isn’t it? Some marketers can do these things, but they spend every moment trying to keep up AND be successful with all of it.

 

Then there are the offline businesses. Of course, the big guy can afford to pay people to specialize in the different aspects of their online presence. Then there’s the little guy, the one who does it all, who doesn’t have the time (and possibly doesn’t have the desire) to do it all. But because they’re told they "should do" these things, including social media, they either don’t do it effectively or they have no time left to do their actual offline business.

 

I’m talking about the gal who does manicures and pedicures or the guy who does landscaping jobs. If they are in the business they’re in because they love doing it and they’ve already got a good customer base, then why ask them to take time away from doing what they love just so they can tweet?

 

While social media can help many businesses, I just don’t think it’s for everyone, whether you have an offline or online business. Even if you’re an online marketer, you only have so much time in the day and you have to decide which is the best marketing avenue for you. Don’t feel guilty if you’re not "On The Twitter" (as Betty White says in a commercial.)

 

What do you think?

 

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  • October 14, 2010