They’’re Searching So Why Aren’’t They Buying?Written by Karon Thackston
by Karon Thackston ©© 2003 http://www.marketingwords.com
There seems to be a common myth regarding site visitors and buying process these days. I’’ve heard this statement more than a few times over last several months: ““My visitors find me when they use search engines. They type in exact keyphrases I’’m listed under. So when they get to my site why aren’’t they buying?”” The simple answer is that they aren’’t ready to buy yet.
Just because surfers type a specific keyphrase into a search engine does not mean they are ready to buy. In fact, it could mean just opposite.
The buying process is made up of several stages, and your site visitors could fall into any one of five. Let’’s say a surfer typed ““water filtration systems”” into Google. This same keyphrase can be used by people in all five of buying-process stages. Take a look at steps, and I’’ll show you why - during each one - your visitors might come to your site.
Step One - Need/Want Recognition - Deciding there is, in fact, a need or a want to be filled. During this stage a site visitor may be wondering. Take yourself for example. Suppose someone told you about a new water filtration system that is just awesome. Being a health-conscious person, you want to determine if this is something that would be good for you and your family. You jump on Internet and begin looking for general information about product.
Right now you aren’’t least bit interested in price or sales pitches. You just want to know what this filtration system is all about so you can decide IF there is a need or want on your part.
Likewise, a site visitor in need/want recognition stage is looking for solid, unbiased information.
Step Two - Information Search - Trying to determine what’’s available. So now you’’ve found out that these filtration systems are fabulous, and you’’ve decided your family needs one after all. Next step? Jump back on Internet and start searching for information.
Public Domain Copyrights Rule#1 Rule#2Written by Hannah Pendergraph Of Edwards Marketing
By following simple Rule#1 And Rule#2. You will be well on your way in make History today!
Follow Rule One Ane Two
Rule #1:What are public domains? Public domains are expired copyrights from 1923 to 1963. 85% of everything right now falls into public domains. Due to 28 year renewal. To research copyrights go to loc.gov/copyright.com. On homepage, do a search for USA, regular and documented under Author, Title, or ID number to verify if they were renewed. Look for facts, blank forms, US gov't forms, movies, books, audios, manuals, etc...
Rule #2:The second rule is to change, recopy, or write. You only have to do a minimum amount of changes. For example: Changing a Title(ex. use your noodle to make oodles was changed to think and grow rich), (ex.How to win friends and influence people was changed from a weak title)
You could also just add pictures or graphics.
In other words, once you find out it's copyright was not renewed, you can change a minimal amount of it, make it your own, and refile for copyright, and it will be yours. You can turn this into manuals, ebooks, or reports, with minimal changes, and you can own it.