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  • Please ask a question or post an idea about efficient utilization of on-line marketing?

    8 posts, 6 voices, 787 views, started Nov 1, 2008

    Posted on Saturday, November 1, 2008 by Chrissyandcoco

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      A group of entrepreneurs including Yana Berlin at "Fabulously 40 & Beyond" have been working and in search of the best information, questions, ideas and answers about how to best utilize on-line marketing. Some of the questions that we as members ask may be used when the podcast is being made.  This podcast will be devoted to and addressing some of the top questions and ideas that we submit in order to help our entrepreneurs make the best use of on-line marketing.



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          Feathermaye wrote Nov 1, 2008
        • I’m in desperate need of help sifting through the available affiliate marketing options!

          There seem to be so many out there, but how can I know which actually pay off, and how to manage the ads I am given or choose?



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          Bobette Kyle wrote Nov 2, 2008
        • The most successful at affiliate marketing seem to be those with huge lists that work them often (not me). I have some success by developing informational sites that include unique content on a subject and putting ads/affiliate links in the appropriate places. My best success has come from matching the product as closely as possible to the topic on a page or the Website.  

          For example...

          I run an marketing plan Website and do fairly well with promoting a marketing plan software.

          I also own a wedding planning information site that has store pages in it. The stores are filled with the products talked about in each area (shoes, tiaras, rings, etc.). I also include eBay auctions on the site. These do OK, but I’m a little disappointed at the conversion rate...this could be due to the industry, though, not the method itself.

          If you are not sure which to pick, you could test different ones to see which work best for you.



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          Cressy DeLong wrote Nov 6, 2008
        • Hi,

          I am new at my job. I’m a Medical Aesthetician and work in a medispa.  I have been trying really hard to spread the word in order to start a clientelle, however, it’s more difficult than I thought.  I have been to ladies luncheons and passed out discount coupons and so forth.  What can I do to network and get clients?  Any suggestions - ideas are greatly appreciated!

          Many thanks!

          Cressy



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          Yana Berlin wrote Nov 6, 2008
        • Here is an idea:

          Pre sell 3 facials for $99.00

          The client comes in for a facial and you up sell another mask, another  procedure, this way the client spends as much money as they would on a regular facial and feel that they got a real great discount. Clients usually come back and refer friends.

          And when you advertise 3 facial for ninety nine dollars it’s a sure sale.

          Good luck.



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          Bobette Kyle wrote Nov 6, 2008
        • Do you know any other women’s beauty or medical providers you could cross promote with (such as hairdresser, chiropractor, acupuncturist, masseuse, etc)? If the medispa allows it, you each could give out coupons or flyers for the other.



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          Chrissyandcoco wrote Nov 7, 2008
        • Hey Cressy,

           Do you have a website? I believe that you are your own best advertisement!  As I mentioned your skin looks like great!  I may need to come to Virginia for treatment or can you have clientele across state lines? Does insurance cover any of the procedures
          You should be our new skin advisor!
          Thanks,
          Gayle



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          Cressy DeLong wrote Nov 7, 2008
        • Thanks to everyone who has offered advice.  Great ideas! I really think I should start a website.  I would be happy to be a skin advisor for anyone who is interested.

          Thanks again!!

          Cressy



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