It is said that the law of attraction has its roots in Buddhism. Others say that it's about Karma. But it need not be a religion - it can simply be a way of thinking and, ultimately, living.
Archive | July, 2016
The law of attraction has been attributed to Buddhist philosophy, Karma, and/or some sort of universal force. Some sources liken it to gravity - it just exists. The law of attraction says that what you focus on, feel strongly and think about will ultimately be yours. This means bad things as well as good things.
This is a seven-item checklist to help you make sure that any niche you go into will be profitable. Anytime you're looking at a new niche, just pull out this checklist to help make sure your new niche has the makings of a winner.
Learning the language used by people in a particular niche is a critical part of learning to sell to them. If you don't speak their language, they'll instantly know they're being marketed to by an "outsider." On the other hand, if you talk as they do, you'll build an instant trust and rapport and have a much better chance of being let into their lives and their wallets.
When it comes to branding, most people tend to think of big brand advertising: Coca-Cola, McDonalds and Microsoft spend money on branding. But it doesn't really apply to smaller businesses - or does it?
Are you thinking about getting a website or blog built for your business?
Then this guide to planning your website is for you.
Note: This is Part 3 of the article where we take you step-by-step through the process of planning your website or blog.
- For Part 1, go here: Planning Your Website - A Basic Guide - Part 1
- For Part 2 of the article series, go here: A Basic Guide To Website Planning - Part 2
A Basic Guide To Website Planning - Part 2
In Part 1 of this article, we have looked at the following areas of the website planning process:
There are tactics and techniques that work particularly well in a small niche. A small niche tends to have a smaller audience that's better connected, with just a few marketers with large sites or lists. There's also often less information to go around, which makes unique opinions and techniques much more valuable.