Category Archives for "Internet Marketing"

Internet marketing is a catch-all phrase that means marketing and promoting your goods or services online.

Total Traffic Review

Hey all, I just did a review of an internet marketing product called “Total Traffic.”

I'd love it if you took a look at it.

It's the first product review I've done. It actually took a lot of courage to get back in front of the camera.

It's been a long time…I used to do training videos and live presentations all the time, but since I moved, I haven't really done anything video-related.

So please give it a look. I'd appreciate it.

Here's a brief summary of the review:

Total Traffic teaches 15 methods for generating traffic to any link you want to promote. I found it very well done. Some of the methods were new to me, which is kind of surprising since “I've seen it all.”

Clearly, I haven't. But one thing I'm really good at is blogging. And that's why I included 5 bonus reports on how to drive traffic to your blog.

I like the product. The bonuses make it even better, IMHO.

Total Traffic – check it out.


From the YouTube video:

Hi there! I wanted to share with you an exciting information product called “Total Traffic.” It's got 15 free methods you can use to drive traffic to any site. I've been in the internet marketing game for a long time and I have to be honest: I didn't know about some of these methods.

So you should take a look – https://bonuscrate.com/g/9091/91075/​ What I do know a LOT about is blogging. It is one of the 15 methods they share in Total Traffic. For me, this was a “DUH!” moment because–of course!–blogging is a GREAT way to drive traffic to your offers, whether you're a product creator, publisher, or affiliate marketer.

In that light, I'm offering a few bonuses if you purchase Total Traffic through my affiliate link (https://bonuscrate.com/g/9091/91075/​).

You can see them all right here – https://bonuscrate.com/g/9091/91075/

The MOST IMPORTANT thing you can do if you're a budding internet marketing pro is to learn how to drive traffic. You want to be able to send qualified, targeted traffic to any offer you make. It's like mailbox money except it's “traffic money.” Get it today and get all my bonus material that is specifically targeted to getting more traffic to your blogs.


From the Bonus page:

I'm a big fan of the CTPM system. It stands for:

  • Content
  • Traffic
  • Pre-sell
  • Monetize

All online businesses depend on the 4 pillars above. 

Where most marketers fail, especially bloggers, is in the traffic department.

They build GREAT content but nobody ever reads it. Know why?

ZERO TRAFFIC.

Well, you never have to worry about zero traffic ever again if you pick up Total Traffic today.

In it, you will learn 15 traffic-getting sources and how to use them. And they're all FREE!

Of course, I won't spill all the beans. I can't tell you all the sources. But I will tell you this:

Blogging IS one of them. And since I'm a blogger at heart (I cut my marketing teeth on blogging), I have a bunch of bonus material for you related to generating traffic for your blog.


As you can see, there's a lot of value to Total Traffic and the blogging bonuses I include when you purchase it through this link.

I think you'll get a lot from the training, which is very well done. It's clear, to the point, and–most importantly–immediately actionable.

Pick up a copy today. You won't regret it. Heck, even if you get a refund (there is a money-back guarantee), you get to keep the bonuses!

So there's that 🙂

Thanks for reading and taking a look at my product review!

Six Tools Every Internet Marketer Needs

Tools every internet marketer needs

If you’re still fairly new to running your online business, then you may still be in the process of choosing your tools and platforms. Here are six types of tools you want to be sure to include on your list.

This is not a comprehensive list. But consider this the bare minimum you'll need in order to get started as an internet marketer.

Email Service Provider (ESP)

This is the most important marketing tool because it helps you build relationships and close sales with both prospects and customers alike.

For best results, choose a well-known email service provider that gives you features such as:

  • Good uptime reliability.
  • Good customer service.
  • Opt-in form templates.
  • Newsletter templates.
  • Built-in testing.
  • Segmentation.

I highly recommend these two ESPs:

  1. Aweber
  2. SendFox

Payment Processor

No matter what you’re selling, you need a reliable payment processor. You can choose options such as PayPal, Stripe, or 2Checkout.com. If you’re planning on setting up an affiliate program, then you might use a platform such as ClickBank or JVZoo.

The best in the business, IMHO, is Zaxaa. It has it all: Payment processor, integration with your ESP and membership scripts, an affiliate platform, as well as self-hosted sales pages. It also has a free WordPress membership plugin! It's actually very good and integrated perfectly with other Zaxaa products.

Content Management System

Whether you’re setting up a blog, or you just want an easier way to manage your website, you need a content management system. There are plenty of options (such as Joomla). However, I recommend that you use the free and robust system at WordPress.org.

I also recommend the following themes and plugins.

Keyword/SEO Tool

If you plan on doing any search engine optimization, then you need a good keyword tool. Examples include WordTracker.com, MarketSamurai.com, and WordRecon.com.

TIP: If you’re doing search engine optimization for your WordPress blog, then it’s also a good idea to use a search engine optimization plugin. One really good tool is the RankMath plugin.

A very good comprehensive keyword tool is contained in this WordPress plugin from SiteSell. I started with them back in 1996 and continue to use and support them to this day. They are excellent.

Social Media Tool

There are a lot of social media tools available, depending on what social media platforms you’re using. If you’re using multiple platforms, then seek out an all-in-one-tool. One such example is Publer. This tool helps you find popular topic ideas, schedule your content across multiple platforms, and track your content’s performance.

TIP: You’ll also want to check out BuzzSumo.com, which will help you uncover popular topics. You can then create content on these topics and use appropriate hashtags to increase exposure.

Testing and Tracking Tool

In order to figure out what’s working and what’s not on your website, with your emails and within your ad campaigns, you need tools for tracking and testing.  Here are some ideas:

  • Check your platform. If you’re using a third-party platform or service such as email or pay per click marketing, check for built-in testing tools.
  • For simple A/B split tests, look for popular split-testing tools. You’ll find plenty when you search Google, such as SplitTestMonkey.com.
  • For more complex tracking, use a tool like Google Analytics, or the popular alternative at Matomo.org.

Now a few parting thoughts…

Conclusion: But wait, there's more!

Is this a comprehensive list of tools every internet marketer needs?  Of course not. But it is a good list of solid tools to get you up and running. Once you start using these tools and platforms to simplify and streamline your business, then you can look into using other tools (such as Zapier.com) to boost efficiency & profitability.

Zero Cost Viral Reports (Can 3x Your 2021 Profit – Or MORE)!

Hey there!

Ramp up your 2021 sales and subscription rates using…viral reports!

I have to be honest, I haven't tried this. But I own the products recommended here.

Before this “sale” (in quotes because the front-end is cost-free), I had planned on building a 2-step funnel where the landing page was the opt in for this “viral” report (for which I would get the email address and the lead would get the report for free), and–once subscribed–they'd be taken to the “pre-sell” page where there would be an affiliate link (mine) for Viral PDF Brander…so you could do it yourself.

I'd drive traffic via paid ads.

But, to be 100% honest, this is easier for both you and me. I don't have to create a funnel, and I'm happy about that. I won't be creating any ads, either. Dennis Becker did all the hard work 🙂

So, get it here – it's a good case study on how to grow your subscriber list and make sales, either of your own products or affiliate products.

Email Marketing Guide for Beginners

Email is an indispensable communication tool for our business. This is because it is a free, fast and reliable form of communication that is accessible to everyone with an internet connection. It allows users to foster and build lasting relations irrespective of distances with both prospects and customers.

E-mail is most widely used as a prospect conversion and customer retention. E-mail can particularly be an effective push for your online communications outreach. It comes in handy for customer retention as it can help in targeted email campaigns where your message can be pushed out to customers to inform and remind. As a two-way form of communication, it is valuable to gather feedback and prompt actions from your audience.

Source: Email Marketing Guide for Beginners – Small Business Trends

How to Let Your Subscribers Mute Your Emails

Give your subscribers the freedom to choose what content they want by letting them “mute” your emails.

Not every subscriber will be as excited as you are about your new product, promotion, event ⏤ or whatever cool new thing you’re ready to share. Until now, they’ve only had two choices: ignore your emails or unsubscribe. But there’s a third option: 

Let them “mute” your promotional emails. 

Instead of unsubscribing from ALL of your emails, subscribers can choose to mute those particular emails, and still continue to receive other emails from you. 

This allows you to send to subscribers who actually want to receive those particular emails. You’ll likely see higher open and click rates, increased conversion rates, and more revenue generated from this targeted audience. 

Simply include a “mute” button or link in your emails.

Then, using AWeber’s broadcast automations, apply a tag to any subscriber that clicks the “mute” link or button. You can then exclude subscribers with the tag from future broadcasts about that particular topic or promotion. 

Watch this 8-minute video to learn how to add a “mute” button or link to your emails, and create a segment of interested subscribers.

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