Internet Promotion: Off-Line Site Promotion

Written by Richard Lowe

Many of us spend an incredible amount of time advertising our site all overrepparttar internet. We spend weeks trying to get our sites listed properly inrepparttar 124485 search engines, submit to directories, pay for clicks and get advertisements in ezines. As with everything in life, some of this is successful and some of it is not.

Well, remember that a very important component of your internet promotional scheme is off-internet advertising. Why is this important? Most people actually spend some of their life away from their computers. I know that sounds fantastic, but it's true! There is more to life than email, browsing and newsgroups, after all!

Be sure and coordinate your on-line and off-line advertising efforts. Include your web site address and email address in all of your printed materials. This includesrepparttar 124486 following, among others.

Business cards - Business cards are very inexpensive. In fact, some internet companies have recently offered packs of 100 business cards for free to promote their printing services.

Stationery - If you write letters and send them throughrepparttar 124487 mails, remember to include your web site address on your letterhead.

Envelopes - Printing your internet contact information onrepparttar 124488 back of envelops is a great idea.

Post it notes - Post it notes are a little more expensive to print, but they make great give-aways at conventions and other similar places.

Brochures - A printed brochure which you can distribute might be a great idea.

T-Shirts - If you are looking for something to give away which advertises your site, try t-shirts. Anyone who wearsrepparttar 124489 shirt is advertising your site for free.

Print up a nice, cheap, good-looking flyer and hand it out whenever possible. When you can afford it, print up some brochures which tie back into your web site or internet business. Keep these handy for opportune moments.

Your advertising campaign can include many other areas.

- You can take out classifieds in magazines (tends to be expensive), newspapers or tabloids.

Top 10 Tips to Promote Your Books Through Flyers

Written by Judy Cullins

A good, inexpensive way to promote your books is a flyer. What makes one flyer so much better than another? Use these tips to make yours stand out fromrepparttar crowd.

1. Include your front cover. People want to see what your book looks like. Color is great, but not necessary. Make sure your colored book cover copies well in black and white. It's far cheaper to print in black and white.

2. Hook your prospective buyers inrepparttar 124484 top line. For instance, read about SEX as it really is! Give your audience a reason to buy--Show those benefits!

3. Include some juicy excerpts. Buyers want to see a sample of your writing.

4. Include your picture with a brief biography near it. People want to see whatrepparttar 124485 author looks like. Place it onrepparttar 124486 right side if possible.

5. Add praise from others. This isrepparttar 124487 most important way to market. The praise doesn't have to be from famous people. One author added a testimonial from a convict!

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