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Internet Marketing VS Forex Currency Trading
By: Amin Sadak
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    Internet Marketing VS Forex Currency Trading - To get people...

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    To get people to visit your website in the first place you need to register it with the search engines.

    SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is an art in itself. You can mug up on the subject or pay someone to do the job for you (but be aware that not all experts are!).

    You might also want to place ads for your list in newsletters and ezines. The better ones will charge you although you might get a free ad in return for an article.


    To automate your business you need an autoresponder. These clever devices automatically send emails to everyone on your opt-in list at predetermined intervals, and contain predetermined copy.

    For example, you could create a series of emails containing, say, five parts of a free course to be sent one a day over the first five days.

    Then emails would be sent once a week advertising a different product each time.

    Whenever anyone signs up to your list they automatically start at the beginning so everyone gets the full cycle of marketing material.

    We havenít even looked at affiliate sales and marketing but Iím sure you get the picture.

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