Posts Tagged ‘Marketers’

January 28th, 2011

Its Back! The Bargain Basement Giveaway!

Announcing the return of the popular Giveaway  of last season.

Daylynne Starr    And   Chris Jenkins present:

The Second Annual Bargain  Basement                 Giveaway2

Bigger and Better than ever..

More Gifts
More Prizes
More ways to improve your list

Enter NOW — open to JVs  now  Click here.
Open to members coming in for the free gifts,  Wed  Feb 9th.

PRIZES:   First Prize in our referral contest:
$100  PLUS  a solo mail to a list of  50,000!

Other prizes:  Solo mail outs to Chris and Daylynnes lists and to  the events list.
Everyone on the leader board with 5 referrals are entered in a
Drawing for gift cards and mail outs.

All JVs given our Brand New Free book, “Massive List Building through Giveaway Events”  to help recruiting.

Random Door Prizes of Gift Cards for the members coming  in to see the huge array of products offered to them Free.

January 12th, 2011

What’s All This Hype About Giveaway Events?

So Really! What is All This Hype About Giveaway Events?

Giveaway Events are becoming more popular than ever.  More and more newer members of the marketing community are supporting them in larger and larger numbers.

Why the great surge back to these events that just a short time back were beginning to wane?  Simple!  Because they

Not only are the newer people supporting them,  but  the older marketers with large list numbers have returned to enjoy the advantages of them too.

So what’s behind all this rush, hype and support?  Simple! They are Win-Win-Win situations.  There’s everything to gain and nothing to lose,  besides they are really fun to attend.

March 22nd, 2010

Tips For Writing An Effective First Sales Page

Tips For Writing An Effective First
Sales Page
by Daylynne Starr

So you finally have your product ready to sell. What a great feeling! Now you’re ready to write up a sales page and start selling.

Have you given that any thought up till now? Well, you know how to do it. Just follow the pattern you see on all the other sales pages. Good idea! A grabber of a headline, then a powerful opening sentence.

Take these suggestions into consideration along with that and get some great results.

1. Put a real picture of yourself in your ad. This will show people that you’re not hiding behind your web site or a company name. Show them that you are a real person and you’re not afraid to backup your product.

2. List any famous or respected people who have purchased or used your product or other products. These people need to be fairly well known to your target audience, but don’t need to be major celebrities.

3. Include the results of any tests you may have run on your product. Can be stats, screen shots of results, even money or gross sales.

4. Show the results of any positive surveys you’ve taken from your customers or even just the general public. You could even just survey your current customers and list the results.

5. Tell about any other publications who may have written about your business, product or websites, or your reputation. It might be a product review, on a top ten list, an article, etc.

6. List any related books, products, courses or software that you have written. Or even names of articles you may have written for your blog. This can give you credibility because it shows you’re an expert.

7. Have a professional looking site when you publish your ad. When people visit your site and it looks unprofessional, they’ll relate that to your product.

8. Show any endorsements you may have from other marketers or famous people. Some people think if a famous person knows and uses your product, they’ll be safe in using it too.

9. BONUSES. Whatever you do, do NOT forget to add some bonuses. People have bought products based solely on the bonus offers. Be sure to include the value of the bonuses, and make them as appealing as the product you are selling.

10. Use a money back guarantee in your ad. This will remove the risk from your potential customers and show them that you stand behind your product.

11. Provide testimonials from satisfied customers in your ad. The testimonials should include specific and believable results your customers have received. (Remember the law now requires real people in testimonials.)

12. Don’t forget a P.S or two or even three. People read P.S.s sometimes even before they read the copy.

13. Be sure to put the price in the ad! Really I’ve seen several ads lately where the only way to find the price was to hit the Pay-Now button.

14. Then, whatever you do, be sure to test all the links. Don’t forget lots of graphics and pictures, people love it and it makes your copy read easier.

That’s it. Lots of good sales to you. Oh yes, before you open the site, its always a good idea to have someone else take a close look at it. This can be someone you work with on the net, or even a family member.

Daylynne Starr

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February 12th, 2010

What Do YOU Want to See Here?

I’ve been putting some really good articles here on the blog.
But it has all been what I thought you would like to see and learn about.
I’ve been thinking  that perhaps you may have other ideas.

The people who are just finishing the course on How to make your own products have been asked what they would like to see,  and to send me one of the products they made in the course.  The best ones will be featured here on the blog.

I’d like you all to feel that you can submit questions and comments at any time, but I’d like you all to know that if  you have a report or article, you may send that to me too.  We are a community of marketers,  and can all learn many things from each other.

Won’t you  join in and put in your Two Cents Worth too? This is an open invitation.  Please accept and send in some of your ideas and comments.


October 8th, 2009

Are You Neglecting Your List and Losing Money?

emailsOne of the most neglected areas of online marketing is sooooo neglected that most people have never even heard of it!

Everyone talks about and writes about and sells products about list building. List Building, List Building, List Building. If you hear or see another article about list building you’re about ready to scream.

Lets face it! List Building IS the most important part of online marketing.


Well, I got caught up in that too. Wait, don’t get me wrong now, List Building IS the most important part of it, but here’s one thing that is never even known by most marketers.

I’m including the Big Dogs too. You know who the Big Dogs are, they’re the guys with big lists, several products out and making good money at it all. But, they’re not the “Gurus.”

I think the difference is that the “Gurus,” aside from being around longer, are also the ones who are more mature. They understand the whole picture well enough to be able to make the millions and to teach it coherently

I’m sure you are just like I am. You get 20 to 50 emails a day from the “Big Dogs” all selling you something. Right? Yup! Personally, I’m fed up being their personal ATM machine. Getting about 10 of them sending me 3 to 5 sales letters each every day is really over-kill.

Is that really what Email is meant to be? I don’t think so, do you?

Well, “the money is in the list,” yes it really is. But, my mentor hit the nail on the head when he drummed it into me, that the money is NOT in the list… but in my relationship with my list!

The biggest part of a strong and effective list is how strong your relationship is with that list!

That isn’t Auto-responder “A list # 215.” That’s Sally Smith, she’s a real person, she’s a mom with 2 small children and she has a real need to make some money on the net. She’s not ATM #215.

Every name on that list is a real person, with real feelings and usually real needs. They need to be thought of that way and not as a dollar sign!

If my aim is to help the people on my list and I think it really should be, shouldn’t my emails to them be aimed in that direction, not in the direction of my pocket-book?

Wait. Stop screaming. YES, the purpose of marketing is to make money. But marketing isn’t selling. Selling is something different.

If you are really marketing, the selling takes care of itself. Marketing is a relationship with “the Market,” the consumer community as a whole. You don’t sell to that. You sell to an individual. Thus the money is in the list.

NO, I’m not talking in circles. I want you to realize that the people on your list will respond to your sales letters better, quicker and even more frequently, if they are first treated like people and individuals with a sense of your sincere interest in them.

Think of it this way, the object of our Blogs and emails to our list is to get the people to know us. When they know us, they will get to like us and when they like us, they will trust us.

And, when they trust us, they will buy from us. They will trust our recommendations for other products and they will clamor for our own products.

A former partner, tells how people used to beg him to take their money in order to get more of the things he was selling or talking about. They knew he delivered lots of high quality content. They liked what he said, and how he explained things. They trusted him to deliver as he had in the past. They wanted to buy from him.

What am I saying here? The most neglected part of marketing online is, and has been, how to build relationships with the real people on your list. Do the people on your list know who you are?

OK, now you have the idea and the thought. Your next question is how to do that. I thought you’d never ask!

How would you like to know not only how to establish relationships with your list, but also how to maintain your list? The answer is in list management. Did you even know there was such a thing as list management? Yeah there is, there’s even a lot about it. Not just the techy stuff, but your role in it.

How about these things:
1) The role of your list
2) Establishing that relationship
3) Listening to your list
4) Reaping the rewards
5) The rating system
6) Differences in personal, affiliate and ad content
7) Building methods
8) Where most effective lists come from
9) Your personal touch and much more
10) How to maximize your list for the most profit

Want to learn more? Just leave a comment and there will be more to come.

Thanks everyone…