Showing posts with label Delivers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Delivers. Show all posts

Friday, August 11, 2017

Knowledge and the Affiliate Marketer Delivers

Knowledge and the Affiliate Marketer Delivers

Affiliate Marketing is an art form. The average Joe new to the Internet without the correct tools in his hand does not stand a chance of ever making enough money to quit his job! So what chance do you have if you travel this road?


1. The truth is if you are person who is willing to listen and learn, your chance of success is quite high.


2. The beauty of Affiliate Marketing is that the products have already been built for you so there is not the worries of storage or distribution, this is all taken care of by the product owner who will reward you handsomely for the sales you deliver.


3. There are no special skills as long as you are able to operate a computer connected to the Internet.


4. To find that product that your customers want you need to do your research into the product and find people fanatical about it, Without the fanatical crowds your sales will not meet your expectations so it is critical you take the time to find the crowd then the niche product to meet their demands.


5. You should be researching keywords on Google, MSN, Yahoo and others to find the perfect match through numbers searching for particular keywords. Once you have found your fanatical crowd you should look for the best Affiliate product to suit their needs. You can also do this on Google by checking highly rated sites in that particular Niche and look for their Affiliate programs and visit their sales pages and payment percentages to see if it meets your requirements to sell to your selected audience.


6. Now that you have found the product to feed to your fanatics, it is now more important to write the perfect sales page making your fanatical audience feel as though it is a must to buy it now and the Internet is the perfect medium to be able to satisfy their needs instantly because it is right in front of them.


If you where excited about an ad you just saw on the TV and you where unable to get to the store strait away, you would forget about the product before you went to the store and that is why the Internet is so powerful.



Visit http://allanbrobinson.com for many tips and helpful Affiliate programs to help you along the path to your successful Marketing future introduced by Allan B Robinson.




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Sunday, July 30, 2017

B2b Telemarketing Still Delivers High Quality Results In The Current Climate

B2b Telemarketing Still Delivers High Quality Results In The Current Climate
The United Kingdom has been one of the many first world countries that outsource lead generation services with the use of telemarketing to an offshore partner. Many companies in UK strongly asserted that no other direct marketing tool can deliver results in a fast-paced and accuracy-filled process as good as telesales. Even the highly praised online marketing has been hailed only for its cheaper costs and reach capability. Other than that, there is not a thing that it is better than business-to-business (B2B) telemarketing in UK.

So, why do British firms put their trust on telemarketing? Actually, there is a constellation of reasons why. To name some, the list below enumerates them.

Combination play in generating sales leads. B2B telemarketing works best with a combination of other direct marketing tools, like email and direct mail. A combo of techniques produces better results than solely depending on one strategy.

Scouting for big opportunities. For the business organisations in the Great Britain, the best thing about telesales is that, it gathers a pool of big opportunities that may be lost if a lame technique is employed. Through the specialised pre-qualification process, telemarketing segregates prospects from those that exhibit the BANT (budget, authority, need and time) attributes to those that do not. After the extraction, the focus is centred to qualified sales leads.

Direct conversation. Aside from its reach capacity, telesales allows prospects to respond in real-time. This live conversation allows the telemarketers to easily search for companies that are interested in doing business to the former's clients. Furthermore, the agents can directly know what goods and/or services do the prospects use and need. This kind of information may be used to analyse current market trends and consumer behaviour.

Qualification of prospects. As opposed to other direct marketing mediums, it is only through telemarketing that qualification happens after a prospect is identified. Meaning to say, potential buyers are immediately screened to verify whether they possess the attributes of a qualified sales lead from a pre-determined criteria.

Engaging with the decision makers. Unlike business-to-customer lead generation, B2B telemarketing permits professional telemarketers to talk with the decision-makers of a particular business entity. Reaching these people directly leads to decreased miscommunication and prospects can become sales in an easier fashion.

Enhance internal efficiency. The risk of failure is higher if a British company does telemarketing duties than outsourcing it. It is expected to be that way because doing something that is not within the field of expertise begets poor results. On the other hand, contracting a third party service provider uplifts internal efficiency, and overall effort is directed towards the core functions of a company.

Build a strong brand. From a list of a thousand prospects, not all will show the qualities of a good lead. The positive note on this is that, telemarketers aid in building a strong brand for a clientele. Many prospects may not be potential buyers as of the present time, but their knowledge of the products of a certain firm in UK helps create popularity.

International expansion. For business organisations planning to expand their operations outside Great Britain, telemarketing serves as the most appropriate device to use. The reasons are already enumerated on the preceding items.

If the distance of a lead generation is lightyears away, then firms in the United Kingdom have to prepare a space shuttle that will be able to reach such objective. Among the many models to choose from, they ought to select B2B telemarketing as the fuel that will power the entire program.


Oliver Scott works as a professional consultant. He helps businesses in UK increase their revenue by lead generation and appointment setting services through telemarketing. To know more about this visit: http://www.callboxinc.co.uk

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Digital Media Delivers Effective Emergency Communications On Campus

Digital Media Delivers Effective Emergency Communications On Campus
For many of us old enough to recall, news of the event immediately triggered memories of Charles Whitman, the sniper who fired down upon the campus from the University of Texas Tower in August 1966. While the specifics of the two events are quite different, a major, yet easy-to-overlook difference is particularly noteworthy: campus communications. Forty-four years ago, radio and television carried the burden of warning the public about the presence of the sniper. Unfortunately, not many people at universities tune into radio or TV during class.

Today, new digital means of communications abound, and spreading the word that a gunman has opened fire on campus can be immediate, focused and highly effective. Text messaging, e-mails and cell phones make it simpler for campus authorities to reach individual students and faculty within minutes of an event occurring.

Digital signage is also an important component in this digital communications mix. After all, many students are advised to turn off their cell phones during class, so the availability of emergency messaging on digital signs strategically located around a campus provides another layer of protection in the process of communicating urgent emergency messages to students, faculty and staff.

A new study from Platt Retail Institute, "Communication Effectiveness in Higher Education" reveals the significant role of digital signage in communicating on campus. A press release announcing the study quotes Steven Keith Platt, PRI Director and Research Fellow as saying: "Our research study found that 97 percent of students prefer to receive information via digital channels, rather than from non-digital sources. Overall, text messages were found to be the most effective distribution channel, followed closely by digital signage."

It's important to note that emergency messages delivered via digital means like text messages and digital signs do not have to relate simply to shootings. A variety of emergency situations require quick, accurate communications. Universities and other institutions regularly plan for contingencies such as fires, earthquakes, tornados, severe thunderstorms and many others. Developing an effective communications strategy that taps the power of digital communications should be part of that contingency planning.

When it comes to digital signage and emergency communications, a variety of specific pages with the appropriate emergency-related information should be prepared prior to any event as part of a well-planned, campus-wide digital signage network. In the event of any given contingency happening, pages can quickly be updated with event-specific information and distributed to all or some of the signs on the network.

Having been involved with the planning and roll out of some of these systems, I want to offer a few ideas for those who haven't given digital signage and emergency communications much thought. First, the digital signage network administrator should coordinate with on-campus and off-campus first responders as digital signage pages are prepared for various contingencies. Often, plans already exist and can be drawn upon to create effective communications.

Second, provide for Internet access to digital signage control in case the emergency circumstance prevents access to the campus command and control center and the computers ordinarily used to drive digital signage messaging. Third, be sure to password protect access to the digital signage network.

While the very thought of a gunman on campus, a tornado striking a building or some other contingency is tremendously disturbing, it is necessary to plan for them before they happen. Effective communications can save lives, and supplementing text messages and emails with emergency digital signage messaging might mean the difference between preserving innocent life and a lifetime filled with regret.


David Little is a charter member of the Digital Screenmedia Association with 20 years of experience helping professionals use technology to effectively communicate. For further digital signage insight from Keywest Technology, visit our website for many helpful tips and examples. For more in-depth research from Keywest Technology, download our free digital signage white papers and case studies.