3 Techniques to Put Your "Resource Box" on Autopilot

Written by David McKenzie

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Got something to sell?

Tell everyone about it in your resource box. Make sure you include a link back torepparttar particular page in your site where you sellrepparttar 125145 product or service. Make it as easy as possible for them to purchase. Also make sure you include your email address inrepparttar 125146 resource box so people can contact you for more information.

3. Promote Your Affiliate Program

If you are in an affiliate program, you can promote it in your resource box. Have a link torepparttar 125147 product or service itself, or better still, provide a link back to your web site that then redirects torepparttar 125148 affiliate program site. You will need to set up a separate page to do this.

However, make surerepparttar 125149 affiliate program site you are promoting ties in withrepparttar 125150 content of your article.

The resource box is a powerful but underused marketing tool. By using a number of pre-written resource boxes in these 3 key areas you can put your resource box on autopilot.

This will mean more traffic, more subscribers, more affiliate commissions and more sales!

David McKenzie of http://www.brisney.com produces a free twice monthly newsletter for affiliates. Sign up by sending an email to mailto:brisney@brisney.com?subject=subscribe and receive the free Special Report 7 Secrets to Making Money With Affiliate Programs.

The Power of Online Friendship

Written by Timothy Ward

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It's actually easier than it may at first appear. All it takes is a little initiative. For example, how many times have you seen sections in ezines whererepparttar publisher mentions that he/she would welcome any feedback from subscribers? Also in every ezine, right. Well, this is an open invitation to start a friendship. You'd be surprised at how happy publishers get when they receive feedback from loyal subscribers. Most of them will probably write you back and thank you for your feedback, and they may even include some personal comments or ask you how you found out aboutrepparttar 125144 ezine, how long you've been a subscriber, what do you do onrepparttar 125145 internet etc. At this point you've got a conversation going, and a friendship flourishing. All you have to do is respond back and pretty soon you may be on your way to making a power friend.

Of course friendship is a two-way street. So if an ezine publisher helps you out by running your ad or giving you an endorsement, try to see if there is a way you can help him/her out. If you have a website, why not place a link to their ezine on it. Or forward a copy of their ezine to a few friends every week. By doing this you will be showing that you appreciate all thatrepparttar 125146 publisher did for you, and you will strengthen your online friendship, and soon both of you will be experiencingrepparttar 125147 power of a good friend.

Timothy Ward is a webmaster and author. He has just launched a new ezine, The Ward Wide Webzine. For more info visit: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ward_Wide_Webzine/

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