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WEBSITE MARKETING

1, 2, 3! The Numbers Are The Key.
By: Donovan Baldwin
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    2006-01-08

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  • 1, 2, 3! The Numbers Are The Key.
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    Okay, so now I go out and offer it to two people and then go home. How did I do this time?

    Hard to say, but you can see that I had a slightly better chance.

    Let's try this one.

    I buy a billboard ad on a major interstate, and 80,000 people a day see my ad. What are my chances now?

    Things are looking up, right? I actually have a chance of making a few sales.

    Leaving aside the variables, such as how good the sign was, did the people in the cars have a chance to read the sign, etc., what was the key factor in improving my success?

    That's right! It was the number of people who had a chance to see my ad.

    So now I have this great web site with a fantastic product or business opportunity. What am I looking for?

    That's right. I want traffic! Lots of traffic. In fact, leaving out the variables again, the more people I can get to visit my web site, the better my chances of making sales.

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