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We’re #blessed to be introducing some #winning #swag at YouTube …#hashtags! Add one to your video title or description, cause they’re now searchable!
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The Best Marketing Stories from February 2016

The latest Marketing Roundup is live - if you want to read the best marketing stories for the month of February, go check it out:

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/best-marketing-stories-february-2016/

There are 10 stories in every #MarketingRoundup. I've collected the month's best marketing stories, so you don't have to.

Highlights:

-- +Ana Hoffman tells us why blogging is great for lead gen
-- Shannon B. shows us how to build an online community over on +SumoMe 
-- Kevan Lee over at +Buffer tells us why they stopped collecting email addresses
-- all that, and 7 more stories you don't want to miss

Thanks -- Bill
I bring to you the best marketing stories of January 2016 in this third edition of Your Monthly Marketing Roundup.
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Thanks for the shout, +Bill Davis; honored!
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Email Marketing 101 Tip #4 - It's Easier to Sell to Existing Customers

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-4of101/

Did you know it's far easier to sell to an existing customer than to acquire a new one?

It's true.

You will earn a lot more income by selling to existing customers versus new customers.

Of course, you should always be seeking out new customers. 

But the real profits come from existing customers.

If you've been selling online for a while, you may have enough data to see this in action.

Find an existing customer in your database and you may be surprised.

Some of your customers will have bought several things from you.

In fact, you may even find a few customers who buy EVERYTHING you've ever put on the market.

THOSE are the customers that you want to covet, coddle, and care for.

THEY are the ones who will buy everything you offer. They will recommend you to others. And they will be more receptive to helping you develop future products.

THOSE are the partners you want to have.
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Email Marketing 101 - Tip #3: Make A One-Time Customer Into A Lifetime Customer

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-3of101/

The difference between the customers who buy from you one time and those who buy from you multiple times is oftentimes the amount of communication they receive after their initial transaction.

Even if your customer had a great experience with you, you are likely to fall to the back of their mind if they don’t hear from you for a while. If they receive follow-up emails from you, it’s an entirely different matter. You’ll be on their mind and you will likely create a lifetime customer after you consistently deliver.

We call this “front of mind“. It’s a term similar to the credit card industry term called “top of wallet“.

I highly recommend that you implement a system of ongoing follow-up notices to your customers. If you don’t, you’ll be out of sight and out of mind. There are many other businesses out there that are vying for your customers’ attention and they’ll get the customer that you once had.

It should go without saying that you should treat your subscribers (who may not yet be buyers) similarly. It’s hard–but not impossible–to revive a “cold list”.

Caveat: Don’t let the list grow cold in the first place.

Want more email marketing tips like this? I can deliver them straight to your inbox.

Go here -- http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-3of101/
Keep your customers and subscribers engaged by sending them frequent emails. This way is best for keeping your list warm and open to read what you send them.
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Hero, goat, or GOAT?

I want you to be the greatest you you can be.

I strive to be the best me I can be. I'm not there yet - in fact, I doubt I'll ever "get there."

But I keep trying. As +James Altucher  says, try to improve 1% a day. I do that.

Nearly everything you experience is a learning experience. Grab it by the short hairs and improve yourself.
Are you a hero or the goat? Do you want to be the best you that you can be? If so, follow this advice: Hone your craft, practice, take calculated risks...
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Good stuff about BBPress and Single Sign Ons (SSO).
When members log in to a BBPress forum, they have to immediately log in a second time to WordPress. Here's how to set up a single sign in so users only have to log in once.
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Not getting the blog post engagement you want?

I bet it has something to do with your headlines.

And split-testing headlines on WordPress is, as far as I know, damn-near impossible.

Until now.

I've been a Thrive Themes member for a couple years now. I love their Content Builder and Leads plugin.

Today, they just introduced a brand-new plugin that is pretty smart.

You create 3-5 headlines and the plugin serves up different titles when people visit your blog. 

Then, it analyzes the engagement that headline gets and eventually it chooses the best headline for you.

Click the image to get more info.
Do you write blog posts that don’t get read? No engagement? No comments, likes, or shares? Is anybody even out there? Does it bug you that you spend hours writing good content, yet nobody reads it? I know it bugs the heck out of me. I bet you feel the same way. Would you be …
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Email Marketing 101 Tip 5 - Use List Building To Grow Your Income

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-101-tip-5/

You can grow your income through list building.

And there are lots of ways to do that:

-- You can sell to your existing customers
-- You can sell products and services to your prospects (i.e., not your customers YET)
-- You can ask your subscribers what they want. What is missing in their view? Can you create a product or service that fills a need?

You can make new products and services based on what your subscribers want.

All you have to do is ask!

Want more tips just like this on using email marketing to grow your business? Just go here - http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-101-tip-5/
Using your email list to ask your current subscribers what they want, like, and need is one of the best ways to build new and better products and services.
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Email Marketing 101 - Tip #2: People Are More Likely To Buy From Those They Trust

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-2of101/

You’ve probably noticed that it can be difficult to get new customers to buy from you. Some people simply will not buy from those they’ve never heard of and don’t have a relationship with.  You will usually have to “presell” to them before they will make a purchase. This is especially true since identity theft and fraud have become more prevalent.

The good news is that people will join your list because they view it as a lower risk than making a purchase. All they need to do is hand over their e-mail address and they are “in.” This gives you the opportunity to gain their trust and build a relationship that can lead to repeat sales down the road.

Quote:

"You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you." — Dale Carnegie

For more on getting people to trust you, give this a read. It was inspired by the late great Dale Carnegie, author of the best-selling book, How to Win Friends and Influence People.

http://internet-marketing-muscle.com/list-building-2of101/
People are more likely to subscribe to your email list than to buy from you. Getting them on your list is a way to earn their trust. Then they buy.
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A good read about online marketing myths and realities.
What's keeping you from doing online marketing? These top 5 myths keep a lot of people from just "doing" it because it feels too big and overwhelming to try online marketing.
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