Book Yourself Solid Key Number 2: Choose Your Ideal Clients

Written by Michael Port

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- Bright (fun, lively and expressive humans) - Courageous (dream big and aren’t afraid to take risks) - Resilient (come back for more even inrepparttar face of failure) - Think big (they have high aspirations and their projects benefit lots of people) - Naturally collaborative (they seerepparttar 135067 benefit of working with others to accomplish their goals)

Now, come up with your own. 1. _____________________________________________ 2. _____________________________________________ 3. _____________________________________________ 4. _____________________________________________ 5. _____________________________________________ 6. _____________________________________________ 7. _____________________________________________ 8. _____________________________________________ 9. _____________________________________________ 10. ____________________________________________

Benefits of working with Ideal Clients:

- You do your best work - You don't feel drained or tired - You feel invigorated and inspired - You connect with clients on a deeper level - You feel successful and confident - You know your work matters and is changing lives - Current clients consistently refer new clients to you - The magic of you sparkles and comes to life!

Congratulations! You just created a filtration system for potential clients. I’m sure you’ve heardrepparttar 135068 expression A. B. C. - Always Be Closing. Instead, I say…A. B. C. – Always Be Communicating! Let everybody and anybody know how you help people (your invest-able opportunities) and who your ideal clients are. Cool? Got it? Good.

Stayed tuned for Key #3: Cash In On The Brilliant, Creative And Quirky You!

Michael Port is the President of Michael Port & Associates LLC and is known as the guy to call when you’re tired of thinking small. To spend some more time with Michael and to think bigger about who you are and what you offer the world go to

6 Critical Rules When Building An Affiliate Website

Written by Anik Singal

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How do you work WITHrepparttar search engines? You offer content: articles, reviews, specs. If you can providerepparttar 135066 search engines with what their users want, thenrepparttar 135067 search engines will gladly send you free traffic. Affiliates are taking a strong turn towards doing search engine optimization and search engines want to see content.

Building Your Site Rule #5 Add some other services and products to your site.

Focus your site on one niche AREA; then introduce additional products or services in key spots throughoutrepparttar 135068 site. These additions should ALWAYS be tightly related to your site theme. Your potential customers are introduced to additional choices inrepparttar 135069 CONTEXT of an article or a review. You’re giving them additional ways to spend money on you.

And by additional products, I mean products that you have potentially created yourself – high ticket products that can bring in a lot of money. High-ticket affiliate products are OK as well.

Building Your Site Rule #6 Include an FAQ section – most critical!

Almost NO affiliate sites use this strategy. However, it’s one ofrepparttar 135070 most powerful.

You’re probably very well aware ofrepparttar 135071 most common questions people ask? Well, build them into your sales letter/endorsement/article. Use sub-headlines to draw attention to them. The quicker your visitors can find their answers through your website,repparttar 135072 quicker they will buy from you andrepparttar 135073 more they will return to your site.

The above 6 rules should be followed very closely for every affiliate site you ever launch. Together they optimize your website to berepparttar 135074 most profitable.

This article is written by Anik Singal, founder of Anik Singal has developed his own affiliate system that helped him earn well over $10,466 in just 60 days. Now, he's looking for a few students to train one step at a time.

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