Product Updates

Our new products available this week include how to earn an income with SnapChat and how to market via social media.

We also have:

The Kaizen Advantage
Advanced Traffic Blueprint
Bing to Win



Free Digital Product of the Week

This week’s free digital product that you can resell at any price is an ebook called Vintage Holiday Games & Stories.

Read more about this week’s free download here.



Trivia Challenge

Be the third person to send in the correct answer and win a free ebook of your choice!

Good luck!

Last week’s trivia:

Q: Casu marzu is a Sardinian cheese that contains ___ ____.

A: Live maggots

Thank you to all who played!

This week’s trivia:

From where did the word cereal originate?




Quote of the Week:

"I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”

Michael Jordan



Marketing Quick Tip

Not Utilizing Visual Marketing – By using visual marketing, you could increase your conversion rate by as much as 86%.  This is a phenomenal statistic.  Place a video on your landing and/or homepage.  Strategically place quality graphics in your blog posts and content.  Use visuals as much as possible in your social media marketing.  Create and use your own infographics for your blog and social media. 

There are free tools for making infographics.  Use a compelling photo or graphic in your articles.  It could mean the difference between your article being read or rejected.  Look over articles with photos.  Does the photo pull you into the article and make you want to read it or does it leave you flat.  Take note of the type of image used and what emotion or action it brings out in you.  Placing a well-made video on your homepage or landing page will make a substantial difference as well. 

People will get the message much quicker than by reading and could be the deciding factor as to whether they stay or go.  Be entertaining in the video but be sure to deliver your message.  Your image and voice will also help your potential customer bond with you.  You also want to get started in a fairly new visual marketing technique called meme marketing.  This combines humor and real life situations with amusing and/or heartwarming images.




Written by Larry Newman