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Three Steps To Success
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    Three Steps To Success
    by Larry Johnson

    Your site is now up and running and you're
    trying to figure out just how to let others
    know about it. How do you create a wave
    of traffic to it ?

    Here are three simple steps that anyone who
    is really serious about marketing and selling
    online must do to be successful:

    1) Get your own domain name.

    A virtual domain name is a virtual necessity
    when trying to promote and market your site and
    it's products and services.

    Which would you more likely take as a serious
    webmaster who could be trusted to do business
    with ?




    It's pretty clear, right? The site with the virtual
    domain name is the pick of the litter everytime.
    I hardly every visit, or take seriously, those sites
    without one.

    The cost for a virtual domain name is a drop in
    the bucket for two years of potential income from
    a good producing site.

    2) Create and market your own product or service.

    This is one that may cause you to lay awake at
    nights for a while. Coming up with a unique
    service or procuct that fills a niche market is a
    challenge, but not one that can't be overcome.

    Too many want-to-be webmasters are too easily
    guiled into the "affiliate" trap. It's easy, the
    sights are created instantly, and they look great.
    (for the most part) .

    The point here is that you are probably not going
    to make very much selling the other guys product
    or service. Get your own ! Then promote it for
    all that it's worth.

    Which brings us to the question: "How do I promote
    my site ?" Well, there are lots of easy, quick
    answers for that online. Most of them don't
    work. Here is one that does.

    3) Develop your own Newsletter or E-zine.

    It's work, that is for certain, but the rewards are
    great. It is also an income-producing type of
    promotion that can not be equaled online.

    As your number of subscribers grow, so does
    the value of your publication. Charging for
    ads is just one of the ways you are certain to
    experience as you climb the ladder of success.

    Following these three simple steps will give
    you a headstart on those who take the easy,
    quick path.

    Discipline your self to do a little each
    day, and you will soon be one of the few who
    can claim success online.

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    DISCLAIMER: The content provided in this article is not warranted or guaranteed by Developer Shed, Inc. The content provided is intended for entertainment and/or educational purposes in order to introduce to the reader key ideas, concepts, and/or product reviews. As such it is incumbent upon the reader to employ real-world tactics for security and implementation of best practices. We are not liable for any negative consequences that may result from implementing any information covered in our articles or tutorials. If this is a hardware review, it is not recommended to open and/or modify your hardware.

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