How to Spice up Your Ezines with Zero Cost!

Written by Jaruda Boonsuwan

The other day as I watchedrepparttar Matrix on HBO, something struck me hard!

That was when Morpheus said,

"What are you waiting for? You're faster than that. Don't think you are. Know you are!"

And before I knew it, I found myself switching offrepparttar 125025 TV. A second later, I rushed to my computer to finish my 2-month pending project.

I have to admit that there are times in our lives when we feel jaded and need a little encouragement.

Though it doesn't make any situations better, it helps us feel stronger least strong ENOUGH to carry on.

We're not always strong. There are times when we feel weak or tired. Our hearts are not made of steels. They have feelings, especially in this wild wild world.

Suppose you're feeling down and someone comes to you and say, "Never doubt yourself!", will you feel you have more power to fight and rise again?

I'm pretty sure you will...

Inrepparttar 125026 business world, a lot of people can easily get lost, exhausted and confused, having to deal withrepparttar 125027 most difficult situations allrepparttar 125028 time....NON-STOP.

Words of wisdom give us inner strength to believe in ourselves. They keep us energized and inspired.

If you run an ezine, add some nice quotes from time to time. Your subscribers will always appreciate your thoughtfulness.

You can try these:

"Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending." -- Carl Bard

"The people who get on in this world arerepparttar 125029 people who get up and look forrepparttar 125030 circumstances they want, and, if they can't find them, make them." -- George Bernard Shaw

When the Clock Strikes Twelve!

Written by Jaruda Boonsuwan

I just finished reading another sales copy ending withrepparttar Deadline Marketing!

And it'srepparttar 125024 sixth I see today saying "If you order by midnight, blah blah blah...."

I'm sure you've seen it. And I'm sure you're getting (if not very) a little bored.

The deadline trick has proven itself to be overwhelmingly successful. It's a deadly-effective "countdown trigger" that pushes reluctant people to ACT atrepparttar 125025 scene.

BUT right nowrepparttar 125026 Internet is getting OVERCROWDED with sales letters that try to lure you in withrepparttar 125027 deadlines.

And now what happens is when prospects get to witness this technique too often, they learn to catch up. They learn NOT to buy it!

So be "extra careful". It's been OVERUSED!! Imagine how your prospects will feel when they come across your website and see that your sales copy is not different from others. Imagine yourself in their shoes!

What's WORSE is not keepingrepparttar 125028 deadlines...

A lot of marketers specifically userepparttar 125029 deadlines to explode their sales faster. And their sales letters are forever like that....withrepparttar 125030 NEVER-ending deadlines. So prospects can't help but lose faith inrepparttar 125031 deadlines.

You could easily risk losing your credibility from your prospects, if they check up on your site again and still findrepparttar 125032 same "midnight deadline" technique.

This is critical. If you userepparttar 125033 deadline, make sure you keep it. When you sayrepparttar 125034 promotion is ending as soon asrepparttar 125035 clock "strikes at twelve", prove that you really MEAN it!

Once your prospects see thatrepparttar 125036 discount really ends like you said it would, they'll regret not having bought from you earlier.

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