Using Resell Rights to Get Traffic and Subscribers

Written by Jeremy Gislason

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Repackage related products for resell. Some resell packages have hundreds of products inside. Pick out 10 or 20 products that are all topic related and bundle them together as a new package. For example, you could find allrepparttar products related to copywriting and put them all together aimed at people only interested in copywriting. Create a new image, sales page and price for this package and then promote it to its niche audience.

Give away new subscriber gift(s). Find products that have give away rights or price conditions and offer these as incentives to get new subscribers to your ezine or newsletter. People like getting things for free and if you give them something of good quality, most likely theyíll be more receptive to reading your ezine. Of course it will then be up to you to get them to keep reading your publications and keeping that list responsive. Which brings us torepparttar 108367 next idea.

Run contests and free giveaways. These are good methods to increase open rates to your emails. If you have your online publication online these should also get you more visitors. You could ask your subscribers to fill out an online survey in exchange for a free product. Or you could run a contest using products as prizes. The only limitation on ideas here is you. Do some brainstorming and come up with something good related to your readers.

Trade for services. Trading is one ofrepparttar 108368 oldest forms of business there is. One personís hardship may be anotherís hobby. For example, I know very little about programming but I know people who absolutely live for it and do nothing but program just forrepparttar 108369 fun of it. Letís say you need some programming work done but are short on cash. You could offerrepparttar 108370 programmer some valuable software they could use that you just happen to have in return for some work. There are many possibilities here so make sure you both agree onrepparttar 108371 details first. However, something like this could work out well for both of you.

So there you have it, seven ways on using resell rights to get more traffic and subscribers. I wish you well on your efforts.

You are free to publish this article in your own publication or on your own website as long as nothing is omitted, edited or altered andrepparttar 108372 authorís resource box is included.

************************************************************** Jeremy Gislason has over 15 years of business and marketing experience and assists in running ISORegister, Inc. For more web master tools, resources, free downloads, syndicated articles, recommended marketing resources and reviews visit today.


**************************************** Jeremy Gislason has over 15 years of business and marketing experience and assists in running ISORegister, Inc. For more web master tools, resources, free downloads, syndicated articles, recommended marketing resources and reviews visit today.


The Future of Electronic Publishing

Written by Sam Vaknin

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Moreover,repparttar advertising-subsidized free content Web site has died together with Web advertising. Geocities - a community of free hosted, ad-supported, Web sites purchased by Yahoo! - is now selectively shutting down Web sites (when they exceed a certain level of traffic) to convince their owners to revert to a monthly hosting fee model. With Lycos in trouble in Europe, Tripod may well follow suit shortly. Earlier this year, Microsoft has shut down ListBot (a host of discussion lists). Suite101 has stopped paying its editors (content authors) effective January 15th. fired hundreds of category editors. Withrepparttar 108366 ugly demise of Themestream, WebSeed isrepparttar 108367 only content aggregator which tries to buckrepparttar 108368 trend by relying (partly) on advertising revenue.

Paradoxically, e-publishing's main hope may lie with its ostensible adversary:repparttar 108369 library. Unbelievably, e-publishers actually tried to limitrepparttar 108370 access of library patrons to e-books (i.e.,repparttar 108371 lending of e-books to multiple patrons). But, libraries are not only repositories of knowledge and community centres. They are also dominant promoters of new knowledge technologies. They are alreadyrepparttar 108372 largest buyers of e-books. Together with schools and other educational institutions, libraries can serve as decisive socialization agents and introduce generations of pupils, students, and readers torepparttar 108373 possibilities and riches of e-publishing. Government use of e-books (e.g., byrepparttar 108374 military) may haverepparttar 108375 same beneficial effect.

As standards converge (Adobe's Portable Document Format and Microsoft's MS Reader LIT format are likely to berepparttar 108376 winners), as hardware improves and becomes ubiquitous (within multi-purpose devices or as standalone higher quality units), as content becomes more attractive (already many new titles are published in both print and electronic formats), as more versatile information taxonomies (likerepparttar 108377 Digital Object Identifier) are introduced, asrepparttar 108378 Internet becomes more gender-neutral, polyglot, and cosmopolitan - e-publishing is likely to recover and flourish.

This renaissance will probably be aided byrepparttar 108379 gradual decline of print magazines and by a strengthening movement for free open source scholarly publishing. The publishing of periodical content and academic research (including, gradually, peer reviewed research) may be already shifting torepparttar 108380 Web. Non-fiction and textbooks will follow. Alternative models of pricing are already in evidence (author pays to publish, author pays to obtain peer review, publisher pays to publish, buy a physical product and gain access to enhanced online content, and so on). Web site rating agencies will help to discriminate betweenrepparttar 108381 credible andrepparttar 108382 in-credible. Publishing is moving - albeit kicking and screaming - online.

Sam Vaknin ( ) is the author of Malignant Self Love - Narcissism Revisited and After the Rain - How the West Lost the East. He served as a columnist for Central Europe Review, PopMatters, and eBookWeb , and Bellaonline, and as a United Press International (UPI) Senior Business Correspondent. He is the the editor of mental health and Central East Europe categories in The Open Directory and Suite101.

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