How e-business and e-Marketing are changing

Written by Yogesh Ahire

Internet now days became a real marketplace and many many companies using Internet as a online Selling and Customer Care or Support Tool for their Products and Services.

Companies using e-Marketing, Search Engines Optimizations, e-mail eMarketing, Opt-In emailing Lists, Web Sites, Online Website Promotions, Backlinks Increasing, Link Building, Online Stores, Data Feeds, RSS Feeds, RSS Submissions, Business to Business (b2b) Exchange, Sales Force Automation Solution Softwareís, Online Live Customer Care or Live Support etc. and many many new technologies to do online e-business.

e-Business : Knowledge Processing Outsourcing :

Companies offering Customer support Channels through Internet and many new business opportunities increasing day by day, Internet became a platform of Business Processing Outsourcing or Knowledge Processing Outsourcing. Many new Start-ups companies and many established companies entering this new BPO or KPO Avenue from worldwide. BOP or KPO ebusiness Industry finding as well as receiving many new business Opportunities.

e-Marketing :

When Internet was new that time few companies developed websites for online buyers or Giving customer Support from worldwide. Now days

Why Submitting Articles Gnaws at You Like an Unsent Thank-You Note

Written by Lynella Grant

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Writing and Submitting Articles is More about Psychology than Writing Skill

Iíve discovered that even when a person understandsrepparttar 148795 benefits from writing and submitting articles, thereís seldom a snowballís chance in h*ll that theyíll do it. Psychologists have a word for it - itís called resistance.

The mind may know, even agree. But for most people a negative mental loop gets inrepparttar 148796 way of actually writing. People have long-practiced justifications why they canít write. Writing seems to be filed inrepparttar 148797 same part ofrepparttar 148798 brain as high school term papers or things youíd rather avoid. So thereís a major disconnect with article marketing. "I know I should, but..."

Itís like back when you were a kid, and never got around to writing Aunt Sylvia to thank her forrepparttar 148799 ugly sweater. Thoughts aboutrepparttar 148800 sweater or Aunt Sylvia brought a flicker of guilt - which faded in time. But without creatingrepparttar 148801 urge to writerepparttar 148802 long-avoided note. That mentality is alive and well.

Recognize Your Mental Resistance as Self-Defeating

Though I spend more time writing and submitting articles than most, some days itís a struggle. And numerous conversations with business owners who want to build site traffic show they donít comprehendrepparttar 148803 value of article marketing either. But acting likerepparttar 148804 issue is writing skill ignoresrepparttar 148805 mind games going on.

Even though Iíve written books and articles for pay,repparttar 148806 first articles I wrote forrepparttar 148807 Internet were horror stories. Iíd "sweat bullets" and fiddle with them for weeks.

Finally my son,repparttar 148808 journalist, said. "Mom, youíre trying to pack everything you know into one article. Stop it! Just give them a sample of what you know thatís helpful and new. Then write another one." Let me offer yourepparttar 148809 same advice. Just start.

Favorite Excuses - Any of them Yours?

1. Iím too busy and donít haverepparttar 148810 time Which really means its not a priority. Everyoneís too busy, doing what they consider most important. Writing almost never passes that test - even if youíre good at it. Instead of making a big deal of it, make a very small deal of it. Write down something; anything. Donít criticize your efforts. The challenge isnít about whatís written, but about not being buffaloed byrepparttar 148811 undertaking. Set your standard low - a paragraph or two. And keep at it - a crumb at a time. Learn to make it shine inrepparttar 148812 re-write.

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