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Top Secrets For Marketing Online Like a Pro

Are you wasting your advertising dollars? How can you tell? When you aren't getting any sales at all, it's easy to tell an ad isn't working. If you are only running one ad, it's easy to tell where sales come from. http://www.jvplanet.com/amasuite-5

But what about when you start running multiple ad campaigns? Placing ads is easy to do on the Internet with so many advertising resources available. It can be pretty easy to go on an advertising rampage and spend an entire day or evening posting ads all over the place. Going to Google and searching for "free classified ads" could keep you busy for the next few months!

So one night, you decide to go on that Internet advertising rampage. You seek out and find all the free classified ad sites you can locate. You post ads like crazy. You even decide to pay a little bit and upgrade some of those ads.

Does this sound familiar? I know I've sure done it. A LOT! When I first started out in Internet marketing, I would pull marathon sessions and advertise like a mad man. I was the copy and paste king! And sure enough...we start to see some activity, don't we? http://www.jvplanet.com/viral-social-posters-time-management

All those ads are flying around out there and by golly... we're starting to see some action! People are emailing to ask about the offer. People are filling out your subscription forms to request more information and subscribing to your AutoResponder.

over 1 year ago, by julieaddis

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