Internet Marketing Made Simple
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I've created the Internet Marketing Made Simple Course just for you!
Do you want to:
* Create a social media marketing plan, a website, a blog, and newsletters
* Be able to review your internet marketing efforts and make adjustments
* Have an understanding of SEO and what you need to do
In this course you will learn: Introduction to Internet Marketing,Creating Your Website Blogging and Newsletter Marketing Social Media Marketing SEO, Backlinking, Directories, Forums, and Competitors, Maintenance, Moving Forward
With this system, I will teach how just one hour a day devoted to things like your blog, social media, building your list, and more can help boost your page and help potential customers find you! This course is for you if:
* You are a small business or home business owner You have a website or want to create one
* You are interested in Internet Marketing but don't quite know what to do You want to learn how to use social media, blogging, and newsletter marketing to boost your business
* You want potential clients to be able to find you 24/7 You want to boost your Alexa rating
This course is not for you if:
* You want your website to be the top rank on Google within 24 hours
* You don't want to work everyday on your internet marketing efforts
* You think Internet Marketing will get you 1000 new clients within the next 3 hours
Not for you? No problem.
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Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Welcome|
Please review this video and information before starting the course
So you've decided to join the wonderful world of internet marketing! You know you need a website, a Facebook page, some email marketing. That's all great! But what are you supposed to do with all that? How do you even begin to think about creating it? Hire someone? Sure! But that can get expensive and they keep throwing around fancy terms like widgets and plugins (oh my!).
Stop. Breathe. It's not difficult to learn. Yes there is some terminology (we'll get to that soon), but if you break it down step by step it can be very simple. Right now, I just want to introduce you to internet marketing. You may have some background of what it can do for you, but just in case here is a little overview for you:
Remember to read chapter 1 this week and complete the worksheet.
Here you can download bonus material and your eBook.
|Section 2: Setting It All Up|
So let's jump right on into it shall we?
First step to creating your website is to think of a name. What do you want to be known as on the internet? Let's say I am a chef and want to sell a cook book and cooking class someday. But I don't know how. So to start out, I want to create my website and offer some free recipes to get people to start believing in me. Also, it's a good way for me to start getting my recipes written down for my big book! So I have the what (selling a book and cooking classes) and I have the why (I want to become famous-ish) and a little bit of the how (I am going to start blogging recipes to build a following online).
Remember to read chapter 2 this week and complete the worksheet. Here is also a nifty little cheat sheet for you:
Have You Added ALT Tags to Your Images? Did You Choose a Category for Your Blog Post? Did You Notify Your List Subscribers? Did You Add a Keyword or Two to Your Title? My goodness! So much to do! And if your post isn't written properly with SEO in mind, it may have all been for nothing. Here is a simple way to break down your blog posts:
Remember to read chapter 3 this week and complete the worksheet. Here is also a nifty little cheat sheet for you:
If you have an email account, which you needed when to download this books so I am assuming you do, you have gotten email offers. I won't even make an assumption here. I know you have. Some of them annoy you, but others you like and read and get great deals from. So what's the difference between the two?
Remember to read chapter 4 this week and complete the worksheet. Here is also a nifty little cheat sheet for you:
|Section 3: Social Media Marketing|
Twitter is by far the easiest of all the social media platforms to get set up and be using. While the wonderful world of twitter is limited to 140 characters at a time it is also filled with hashtags and at mentions throughout. Plus it's not quite as daunting as the other social media channels. Write a statement, add a hashtag and a link and you're good to go.
I've also found that people on twitter are much more willing to interact with you then on other social media platforms. This makes an easy platform for you to get started with on social media. While Facebook can take a good amount of time to build a following, twitter lets you build a following quickly and easily.
Remember to read chapter 6 this week and complete the worksheet. Here is also a nifty little cheat sheet for you:
While there are lots of other social media channels out there, here we will focus on Google+, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn. That's not to say you shouldn't use the others. But I would suggest you start with these and then take it from there. This way by the time you get the them you will be a Social Media Guru and understand that most of the social media platforms all work pretty much the same way with slight differences and names.
Remember to read chapter 7 this week and complete the worksheet. Here is also a nifty little cheat sheet for you:
|Section 4: SEO, Google, and Keywords|
It is out of question that quality backlinks are crucial to SEO success. More, the question is how to get them. While with on-page content optimization it seems easier because everything is up to you to do and decide, with backlinks it looks like you have to rely on others to work for your success. Well, this is partially true because while backlinks are links that start on another site and point to yours, you can discuss with the Web master of the other site details like the anchor text, for example. Yes, it is not the same as administering your own sites – i.e. you do not have total control over backlinks – but still there are many aspects that can be negotiated.
Remember to read chapter 8 this week and complete the worksheet. Here is also a nifty little cheat sheet for you:
Keywords and Monitoring the Competition
Taking A Look At It All
Who Am I? My name is Stephanie. I am married to the most wonderful husband that ever existed and I have the cutest puppy in the world (Although she doesn’t know she’s a dog. She is pretty convinced she is ruler of the world and can give everyone kisses.) I grew up in Caldwell, NJ. However my father was from Southern Italy. About 4 years ago, I came to his home town on vacation and just kind of never left. I fell in love with this little town and decided to make it my home. Then I met my husband and that’s pretty much the end of that story. What do I do? I help small business owners create and implement internet marketing strategies. It takes daily work and monitoring and interacting and updating and planning and creating. But in the end I’m proud to see when their email lists are growing and their Alexa ratings have been boosted. How do I do it? With a little bit of everything. There is blogging, newsletters, Facebook, Twitter, Google +, LinkedIn, Pinterest, directories, forums, podcasts, WordPress websites, billing, invoicing, research, graphics, e-books, e-courses, landing pages, conversions, ads, and all that other fun stuff you hear about.