If I were to market an affiliate's product with MySpace, how would I go about it? Would MySpace offer me the layout, or would I have to do that? What action should be taken (blogs, comments) to make money? If I decide to start a blog, what do I post about?
I currently own a drapery workroom business. Because of the poor economy, I was recently forced to layoff my office help. I seem to be spending so much time working on small details and I don't have time to do the marketing.
My workroom deals with interior designers and I can ship draperies just about anywhere.
My site is still rather new and it has a specific niche in targeting only college/university students. Currently I'm running Google AdSense as well as a few affiliate networks and am also using the Right Media Exchange to place and rotate relevant ads. It's working OK, but the payouts are rather low. I have the time to sell directly (over the phone), but I'm wondering whether my traffic is too low to appeal to local advertisers. I get 350 unique visits per day and 10 page views per visit (targeted audience). Are my numbers too low to sell direct, and should I just concentrate more on growing traffic?
Greetings from Sweden! I am an American trying to sell my music business workshops which offer qualified music career guidence to music and performing arts high schools. After presenting myself and my educational services to the principal of a music and fine/performing arts high school here in Sweden, he asked me to come back in a couple of weeks to present my proposal to a decision-making
I own www.shoptoearn.net/james. I love the business model but am having trouble generating leads so I can show the site to them. It is an MLM, and a number of people are turned off by that form of selling. But it's a great product and a true money-maker. You are basically promoting shopping online with the largest retailers and getting cash back. Can you offer suggestions?
We are the concierge department of a large and expensive hotel. We have been asked to find ways to generate some type of income for the hotel since we are one of the only nonprofitable services offered. We struggled with some ideas like creating our own gifts for guests to order to go to their friends and family while staying on our property. We've also held a few wine tastings in order to generate ticket, parking and alcohol profit (needless to say, they thought the idea was great and let banquets take over). What other suggestions can you offer to get the ball rolling?
I own a niche market company that produces beautiful Italian leather goods. We sell three out of four boutiques we get an appointment with. But 90 percent of boutiques we call won't let us in the door or return calls or e-mails. Also, the boutiques that do buy never reorder unless we visit them again personally, which is expensive and time-consuming. How can we get through the door and how can we get reorders? We have a great website for retailers, but they don't order from it.
I run a home-based mental health education business and make live presentations in schools. With a business license in health services and some reputation in mental health, I tried to get paid for my [i]Insight and Summary of Major Mental Illness[/i] copyrighted script in a video. Teachers say they have no money, and the Department of Mental Health is uncooperative, at least for now. I need to get past the volunteer speaker role of a guest educator and get paid for my expertise and story. The video plan saves travel and I can work a day job that has benefits if nothing else. Is there any way to get a sponsor, or whom do I approach in getting my reputable work compensated? I'm for profit, have a book coming out in January and am not affiliated with any school or county department as of yet.
I am based in Alberta, Canada, and consumers are nervous due to the U.S. problems the media has been highlighting for months now. How do I get people to respond to my ads and how do I create a buzz about my services in my local community in these tough economic times?