5 Successful Marketing Tips

Written by Lady Camelot

5 Successful Marketing Tips

If you are seeking ways to market your site, but aren't certain about how to do so with little or no money, then here are a few tips that you may find quite valuable in spreading news about your organization. An excellent way to relay news about your Website or organization is to:

1. Go to www.prweb.com/ PR Web is a superb venue for networks, websites, companies and many other similar organizations to create free press releases torepparttar public. You may submit as many press releases as you wish (so long as they are not advertisements) and at no cost to you or your organization. E.g., "....Holistic Junction Introduces "The Marketplace...." and write a small piece on what you offer, where it is offered and how it could be helpful to others. Never list costs - as this is considered a form of advertising.

2. Go to www.free-press-release.com/ Free Press Release is another press release organization that offersrepparttar 117012 same opportunities as PRWeb.

3. Submit articles to several websites about topics in which your site engages. Always be sure to include a resource box that lists author name, and website link. Never include products or services inrepparttar 117013 body of your article, as these articles are all too often rejected. A good site where you may submit articles to is http://www.goarticles.com/

Search Engines: The Life Blood of Internet-Based Home Businesses

Written by Kirk Bannerman

Anyone involved in an Internet-based home business will soon come to recognizerepparttar importance of search engines as a vehicle to attract potential customers.

Sincerepparttar 117011 inception of Google in 1998,repparttar 117012 popularity of using search engines has increased dramatically. Nielsen NetRatings reports that about 114.5 million Americans, or a whopping 39 percent ofrepparttar 117013 US population, currently use search engines.

Through February of 2004, Yahoo and Microsoft's MSN ranked asrepparttar 117014 two favorite spots onrepparttar 117015 Internet with 87.3 million and 86.2 million unique monthly visitors, respectively, according to figures produced by Nielsen NetRatings.

Microsoft.com, ranked third, with 64.2 million visitors, but this figure is somewhat misleading because this site attracts much of its traffic by repairing flaws inrepparttar 117016 Windows operating system. Google wasrepparttar 117017 fourth most popular site with 60.8 million visitors.

The market shares of MSN and Yahoo haven't changed much inrepparttar 117018 past three years while Google has emerged as a powerhouse without spending much of anything on advertising. Google's audience is now approximately six times larger than it was in early 2001, when it wasrepparttar 117019 26th most popular destination onrepparttar 117020 Internet.

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