SEO News for the Website Ceo: Optimize or be Crushed

Search engine optimization and website marketing are mainstream. The leaders and the followers have optimized their websites. Only the late adopters are left. If you don’t promote your website through search engine optimization soon – you’ll be crushed by the competition. Websites without search engine optimization will quickly die. SEO is mainstream marketing. It is no longer an afterthought. If you are a late adopter and haven’t optimized your website for search engine results or search engine marketing, your competition will quickly surpass you in Internet search engine results. This will lead to the demise of your website. Even if your product is primarily bricks and mortar – your competition will be gaining a Herculean advantage. The Internet online audience is over 70% of the population. This audience takes advantage of Internet marketing strategies. According to Stores magazine, 90% of shoppers research a product on the Internet before buying – either on a regular basis (43.3%) or occasionally (47.3%). Only 9.5% never use the Internet for comparison-shopping. eMarketer reported in January 2008 that 88% of online users are driven to a website because of search engine results. (Study by Deloitte Development and Harrison Group “The State of the Media Democracy Second Edition.”) Google gets an estimated 350 million searches per day. Yes, per day. (That’s what everyone does all day!) Yahoo “only” gets around 300 million. (Online Media, Marketing & Advertising May 2008.) If your website is not optimized, you will be crushed by the competition. The early adopters and the leaders are now focusing on mobile marketing – which is still in its infancy. Mobile marketing requires the search engine optimization techniques that are being used today in web site promotion. Google is well into their research on search engine optimization for mobile marketing. If you don’t apply meaningful search engine optimization techniques to your website now, you will be far behind the next generation of website promotion – if you exist at all. Web site optimization is paying off. Ecommerce sales growth has been around 25% whereas overall retail sales growth has been a slow 6%. Logically following, Internet advertising is growing by 15%, whereas television advertising is only growing by 5%. (Magazine and radio advertising growth is 4% and 2% respectively.) The average person spends almost the same amount of time online as they do watching television – 8 to 20 hours a week – and only one to three hours a week are dedicated to reading the newspaper. Search engine optimization, web site optimization, and search engine marketing go hand in hand. A well-planned Internet marketing strategy will include both. However, the fact that the majority of internet users will choose a website from a natural search engine result – as opposed to the paid advertisements that are typically aligned on the right – is evidence that search engine optimization is the dominating factor for website success. Case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of search engine optimization over several business metrics abound. The returns on SEO investment are unique to each website, but can be seen in increased web site visitors, in responses to Internet marketing campaigns, customer loyalty, and even brand recognition. Evaluating your website’s promotional mix will demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of search engine optimization. Promotional budgets are wisely being reconstructed to earmark funds for this necessary expenditure in today’s Internet dominated world. Web site visitors are search engine savvy. Broad search terms (horizontal) are giving way to more specific search terms (vertical), and search engines are restructuring to follow these trends. Implementing a search engine optimization plan for your website is necessary for any website marketing strategy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no longer new – it is NOW. Your competitors know this and have adopted this website marketing strategy. If your website promotions don’t include web site optimization, the internet marketing skills of your competitors will put them at the top of the search engine results page instead of you, and you will be buried by their followers. Website marketing REQUIRES search engine optimization. If you’re not optimized now – your competitors will have you crushed. It’s not too late to dig yourself out of your grave.

Lina Smith

SEO News for the Website Ceo: Optimize or be Crushed

Search engine optimization and website marketing are mainstream. The leaders and the followers have optimized their websites. Only the late adopters are left. If you don’t promote your website through search engine optimization soon – you’ll be crushed by the competition. Websites without search engine optimization will quickly die. SEO is mainstream marketing. It is no longer an afterthought. If you are a late adopter and haven’t optimized your website for search engine results or search engine marketing, your competition will quickly surpass you in Internet search engine results. This will lead to the demise of your website. Even if your product is primarily bricks and mortar – your competition will be gaining a Herculean advantage. The Internet online audience is over 70% of the population. This audience takes advantage of Internet marketing strategies. According to Stores magazine, 90% of shoppers research a product on the Internet before buying – either on a regular basis (43.3%) or occasionally (47.3%). Only 9.5% never use the Internet for comparison-shopping. eMarketer reported in January 2008 that 88% of online users are driven to a website because of search engine results. (Study by Deloitte Development and Harrison Group “The State of the Media Democracy Second Edition.”) Google gets an estimated 350 million searches per day. Yes, per day. (That’s what everyone does all day!) Yahoo “only” gets around 300 million. (Online Media, Marketing & Advertising May 2008.) If your website is not optimized, you will be crushed by the competition. The early adopters and the leaders are now focusing on mobile marketing – which is still in its infancy. Mobile marketing requires the search engine optimization techniques that are being used today in web site promotion. Google is well into their research on search engine optimization for mobile marketing. If you don’t apply meaningful search engine optimization techniques to your website now, you will be far behind the next generation of website promotion – if you exist at all. Web site optimization is paying off. Ecommerce sales growth has been around 25% whereas overall retail sales growth has been a slow 6%. Logically following, Internet advertising is growing by 15%, whereas television advertising is only growing by 5%. (Magazine and radio advertising growth is 4% and 2% respectively.) The average person spends almost the same amount of time online as they do watching television – 8 to 20 hours a week – and only one to three hours a week are dedicated to reading the newspaper. Search engine optimization, web site optimization, and search engine marketing go hand in hand. A well-planned Internet marketing strategy will include both. However, the fact that the majority of internet users will choose a website from a natural search engine result – as opposed to the paid advertisements that are typically aligned on the right – is evidence that search engine optimization is the dominating factor for website success. Case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of search engine optimization over several business metrics abound. The returns on SEO investment are unique to each website, but can be seen in increased web site visitors, in responses to Internet marketing campaigns, customer loyalty, and even brand recognition. Evaluating your website’s promotional mix will demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of search engine optimization. Promotional budgets are wisely being reconstructed to earmark funds for this necessary expenditure in today’s Internet dominated world. Web site visitors are search engine savvy. Broad search terms (horizontal) are giving way to more specific search terms (vertical), and search engines are restructuring to follow these trends. Implementing a search engine optimization plan for your website is necessary for any website marketing strategy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no longer new – it is NOW. Your competitors know this and have adopted this website marketing strategy. If your website promotions don’t include web site optimization, the internet marketing skills of your competitors will put them at the top of the search engine results page instead of you, and you will be buried by their followers. Website marketing REQUIRES search engine optimization. If you’re not optimized now – your competitors will have you crushed. It’s not too late to dig yourself out of your grave.

Lina Smith

SEO News for the Website Ceo: Optimize or be Crushed

Search engine optimization and website marketing are mainstream. The leaders and the followers have optimized their websites. Only the late adopters are left. If you don’t promote your website through search engine optimization soon – you’ll be crushed by the competition. Websites without search engine optimization will quickly die. SEO is mainstream marketing. It is no longer an afterthought. If you are a late adopter and haven’t optimized your website for search engine results or search engine marketing, your competition will quickly surpass you in Internet search engine results. This will lead to the demise of your website. Even if your product is primarily bricks and mortar – your competition will be gaining a Herculean advantage. The Internet online audience is over 70% of the population. This audience takes advantage of Internet marketing strategies. According to Stores magazine, 90% of shoppers research a product on the Internet before buying – either on a regular basis (43.3%) or occasionally (47.3%). Only 9.5% never use the Internet for comparison-shopping. eMarketer reported in January 2008 that 88% of online users are driven to a website because of search engine results. (Study by Deloitte Development and Harrison Group “The State of the Media Democracy Second Edition.”) Google gets an estimated 350 million searches per day. Yes, per day. (That’s what everyone does all day!) Yahoo “only” gets around 300 million. (Online Media, Marketing & Advertising May 2008.) If your website is not optimized, you will be crushed by the competition. The early adopters and the leaders are now focusing on mobile marketing – which is still in its infancy. Mobile marketing requires the search engine optimization techniques that are being used today in web site promotion. Google is well into their research on search engine optimization for mobile marketing. If you don’t apply meaningful search engine optimization techniques to your website now, you will be far behind the next generation of website promotion – if you exist at all. Web site optimization is paying off. Ecommerce sales growth has been around 25% whereas overall retail sales growth has been a slow 6%. Logically following, Internet advertising is growing by 15%, whereas television advertising is only growing by 5%. (Magazine and radio advertising growth is 4% and 2% respectively.) The average person spends almost the same amount of time online as they do watching television – 8 to 20 hours a week – and only one to three hours a week are dedicated to reading the newspaper. Search engine optimization, web site optimization, and search engine marketing go hand in hand. A well-planned Internet marketing strategy will include both. However, the fact that the majority of internet users will choose a website from a natural search engine result – as opposed to the paid advertisements that are typically aligned on the right – is evidence that search engine optimization is the dominating factor for website success. Case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of search engine optimization over several business metrics abound. The returns on SEO investment are unique to each website, but can be seen in increased web site visitors, in responses to Internet marketing campaigns, customer loyalty, and even brand recognition. Evaluating your website’s promotional mix will demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of search engine optimization. Promotional budgets are wisely being reconstructed to earmark funds for this necessary expenditure in today’s Internet dominated world. Web site visitors are search engine savvy. Broad search terms (horizontal) are giving way to more specific search terms (vertical), and search engines are restructuring to follow these trends. Implementing a search engine optimization plan for your website is necessary for any website marketing strategy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no longer new – it is NOW. Your competitors know this and have adopted this website marketing strategy. If your website promotions don’t include web site optimization, the internet marketing skills of your competitors will put them at the top of the search engine results page instead of you, and you will be buried by their followers. Website marketing REQUIRES search engine optimization. If you’re not optimized now – your competitors will have you crushed. It’s not too late to dig yourself out of your grave.

Lina Smith

Search Tips – Hard To Find Parts For Low Voltage Life Safety Systems

Anyone who has tried to locate a part for a low voltage life safety knows it’s true: It’s nearly impossible to try to find parts to repair life safety systems that are no longer being manufactured. (Life safety systems include fire alarm, nurse call, patient tracking and infant security systems.) The essence of the problem is a combination of the facts that: 1) such systems typically last for 10 – 15 years and 2) the manufacturers of such systems tend to change product lines and/or configurations every 3 – 5 years. As such, for example, a fire alarm system installed in a building in 2006 will function properly until at least 2016, but the company that manufactured the system may stop producing parts for it in 2010. (As an aside, even the 10 year old systems would likely function longer, but improvements in technology may mean that the existing system no longer operates efficiently, or may not have certain features or functionality that have become commonplace in the interim and, therefore, its owners may deem replacement a necessity.)

Companies that have these life safety systems installed and find themselves with a system that has a faulty part for which replacement parts are no longer manufactured are faced with a troubling and potentially costly dilemma: they either have to find an alternate source for the parts OR they have to find a way to make the system function in an acceptable manner without the faulty part in place OR they have to purchase and install an entirely new system. Depending on the size and complexity of the system, such companies can find themselves in a situation in which they need to find a $100 part or be faced with a system replacement with costs upwards of $200,000. Further exacerbating the problem is the fact that the very nature of these systems require a quick resolution or else, literally, lives could be at stake.

A temporary solution that some companies employ is to purchase a stockpile of spare parts when they initially install the system. The problems with this strategy are: 1) it is only a temporary fix, because the company will eventually run through its stock of spares, 2) due to the relatively high cost of the initial system and due to the fact that these systems do not provide any income to their owners, the cost justification of spare parts purchases at the time of installation is often not there, 3) the manufacturer’s warranty will expire while the spare parts are in stock and 4) the company would be guessing at which parts may fail at some point in the future, so it would not be guaranteed that its spares on hand would be the correct ones in the event of a parts failure down the road. Due to these problems, this strategy is generally ineffective.

Some of the companies that install life safety systems have recognized that this problem exists and have attempted to fill the void by maintaining a pool of spare parts. This solution works well for customers who are fortunate enough to be acquainted with these installation companies. For the vast majority of the companies who have life safety systems installed, but do not know these installers with the spare parts pools, this solution might as well be nonexistent.

Fortunately, the growing acceptance of business-to-business ecommerce has created a mechanism to address this problem. This mechanism would enable a company to become a clearinghouse for hard to find parts for low voltage systems. It facilitates both an efficient supply chain workflow and an effective product delivery system. PrimaryParts.com has taken the steps necessary to cultivate relationships with suppliers and end users to create a network of companies that maintain these hard to find parts and are willing to supply them to those who need them. PrimaryParts.com has also created a website that enables companies who are seeking such parts to easily search for the parts by a wide variety of features and to verify that they have found their part by viewing a photo of the part.

The Internet to the rescue! Fortunately the growing acceptance of business-to-business ecommerce has created an excellent mechanism to address the original problem and the shortcomings of the other solutions. Companies have risen to become clearinghouses to both buy and sell hard to find parts. These companies have cultivated relationships with both the end users and the suppliers to facilitate the exchange.

So search out websites such as primaryparts.com, to fill your legacy parts needs. You needn’t scrap an otherwise effective system for lack of a part!

If you need help with a hard to find part, email me at mwong@primaryparts.com or visit us at PrimaryParts.com and I’ll put our team to work on it. We handle new and legacy parts for fire alarm, nurse call, access control, and CCTV systems.

Mike Wong
http://www.articlesbase.com/advertising-articles/search-tips-hard-to-find-parts-for-low-voltage-life-safety-systems-76716.html

SEO News for the Website Ceo: Optimize or be Crushed

Search engine optimization and website marketing are mainstream. The leaders and the followers have optimized their websites. Only the late adopters are left. If you don’t promote your website through search engine optimization soon – you’ll be crushed by the competition. Websites without search engine optimization will quickly die. SEO is mainstream marketing. It is no longer an afterthought. If you are a late adopter and haven’t optimized your website for search engine results or search engine marketing, your competition will quickly surpass you in Internet search engine results. This will lead to the demise of your website. Even if your product is primarily bricks and mortar – your competition will be gaining a Herculean advantage. The Internet online audience is over 70% of the population. This audience takes advantage of Internet marketing strategies. According to Stores magazine, 90% of shoppers research a product on the Internet before buying – either on a regular basis (43.3%) or occasionally (47.3%). Only 9.5% never use the Internet for comparison-shopping. eMarketer reported in January 2008 that 88% of online users are driven to a website because of search engine results. (Study by Deloitte Development and Harrison Group “The State of the Media Democracy Second Edition.”) Google gets an estimated 350 million searches per day. Yes, per day. (That’s what everyone does all day!) Yahoo “only” gets around 300 million. (Online Media, Marketing & Advertising May 2008.) If your website is not optimized, you will be crushed by the competition. The early adopters and the leaders are now focusing on mobile marketing – which is still in its infancy. Mobile marketing requires the search engine optimization techniques that are being used today in web site promotion. Google is well into their research on search engine optimization for mobile marketing. If you don’t apply meaningful search engine optimization techniques to your website now, you will be far behind the next generation of website promotion – if you exist at all. Web site optimization is paying off. Ecommerce sales growth has been around 25% whereas overall retail sales growth has been a slow 6%. Logically following, Internet advertising is growing by 15%, whereas television advertising is only growing by 5%. (Magazine and radio advertising growth is 4% and 2% respectively.) The average person spends almost the same amount of time online as they do watching television – 8 to 20 hours a week – and only one to three hours a week are dedicated to reading the newspaper. Search engine optimization, web site optimization, and search engine marketing go hand in hand. A well-planned Internet marketing strategy will include both. However, the fact that the majority of internet users will choose a website from a natural search engine result – as opposed to the paid advertisements that are typically aligned on the right – is evidence that search engine optimization is the dominating factor for website success. Case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of search engine optimization over several business metrics abound. The returns on SEO investment are unique to each website, but can be seen in increased web site visitors, in responses to Internet marketing campaigns, customer loyalty, and even brand recognition. Evaluating your website’s promotional mix will demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of search engine optimization. Promotional budgets are wisely being reconstructed to earmark funds for this necessary expenditure in today’s Internet dominated world. Web site visitors are search engine savvy. Broad search terms (horizontal) are giving way to more specific search terms (vertical), and search engines are restructuring to follow these trends. Implementing a search engine optimization plan for your website is necessary for any website marketing strategy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no longer new – it is NOW. Your competitors know this and have adopted this website marketing strategy. If your website promotions don’t include web site optimization, the internet marketing skills of your competitors will put them at the top of the search engine results page instead of you, and you will be buried by their followers. Website marketing REQUIRES search engine optimization. If you’re not optimized now – your competitors will have you crushed. It’s not too late to dig yourself out of your grave.

Lina Smith

SEO News for the Website Ceo: Optimize or be Crushed

Search engine optimization and website marketing are mainstream. The leaders and the followers have optimized their websites. Only the late adopters are left. If you don’t promote your website through search engine optimization soon – you’ll be crushed by the competition. Websites without search engine optimization will quickly die. SEO is mainstream marketing. It is no longer an afterthought. If you are a late adopter and haven’t optimized your website for search engine results or search engine marketing, your competition will quickly surpass you in Internet search engine results. This will lead to the demise of your website. Even if your product is primarily bricks and mortar – your competition will be gaining a Herculean advantage. The Internet online audience is over 70% of the population. This audience takes advantage of Internet marketing strategies. According to Stores magazine, 90% of shoppers research a product on the Internet before buying – either on a regular basis (43.3%) or occasionally (47.3%). Only 9.5% never use the Internet for comparison-shopping. eMarketer reported in January 2008 that 88% of online users are driven to a website because of search engine results. (Study by Deloitte Development and Harrison Group “The State of the Media Democracy Second Edition.”) Google gets an estimated 350 million searches per day. Yes, per day. (That’s what everyone does all day!) Yahoo “only” gets around 300 million. (Online Media, Marketing & Advertising May 2008.) If your website is not optimized, you will be crushed by the competition. The early adopters and the leaders are now focusing on mobile marketing – which is still in its infancy. Mobile marketing requires the search engine optimization techniques that are being used today in web site promotion. Google is well into their research on search engine optimization for mobile marketing. If you don’t apply meaningful search engine optimization techniques to your website now, you will be far behind the next generation of website promotion – if you exist at all. Web site optimization is paying off. Ecommerce sales growth has been around 25% whereas overall retail sales growth has been a slow 6%. Logically following, Internet advertising is growing by 15%, whereas television advertising is only growing by 5%. (Magazine and radio advertising growth is 4% and 2% respectively.) The average person spends almost the same amount of time online as they do watching television – 8 to 20 hours a week – and only one to three hours a week are dedicated to reading the newspaper. Search engine optimization, web site optimization, and search engine marketing go hand in hand. A well-planned Internet marketing strategy will include both. However, the fact that the majority of internet users will choose a website from a natural search engine result – as opposed to the paid advertisements that are typically aligned on the right – is evidence that search engine optimization is the dominating factor for website success. Case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of search engine optimization over several business metrics abound. The returns on SEO investment are unique to each website, but can be seen in increased web site visitors, in responses to Internet marketing campaigns, customer loyalty, and even brand recognition. Evaluating your website’s promotional mix will demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of search engine optimization. Promotional budgets are wisely being reconstructed to earmark funds for this necessary expenditure in today’s Internet dominated world. Web site visitors are search engine savvy. Broad search terms (horizontal) are giving way to more specific search terms (vertical), and search engines are restructuring to follow these trends. Implementing a search engine optimization plan for your website is necessary for any website marketing strategy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no longer new – it is NOW. Your competitors know this and have adopted this website marketing strategy. If your website promotions don’t include web site optimization, the internet marketing skills of your competitors will put them at the top of the search engine results page instead of you, and you will be buried by their followers. Website marketing REQUIRES search engine optimization. If you’re not optimized now – your competitors will have you crushed. It’s not too late to dig yourself out of your grave.

Lina Smith

SEO News for the Website Ceo: Optimize or be Crushed

Search engine optimization and website marketing are mainstream. The leaders and the followers have optimized their websites. Only the late adopters are left. If you don’t promote your website through search engine optimization soon – you’ll be crushed by the competition. Websites without search engine optimization will quickly die. SEO is mainstream marketing. It is no longer an afterthought. If you are a late adopter and haven’t optimized your website for search engine results or search engine marketing, your competition will quickly surpass you in Internet search engine results. This will lead to the demise of your website. Even if your product is primarily bricks and mortar – your competition will be gaining a Herculean advantage. The Internet online audience is over 70% of the population. This audience takes advantage of Internet marketing strategies. According to Stores magazine, 90% of shoppers research a product on the Internet before buying – either on a regular basis (43.3%) or occasionally (47.3%). Only 9.5% never use the Internet for comparison-shopping. eMarketer reported in January 2008 that 88% of online users are driven to a website because of search engine results. (Study by Deloitte Development and Harrison Group “The State of the Media Democracy Second Edition.”) Google gets an estimated 350 million searches per day. Yes, per day. (That’s what everyone does all day!) Yahoo “only” gets around 300 million. (Online Media, Marketing & Advertising May 2008.) If your website is not optimized, you will be crushed by the competition. The early adopters and the leaders are now focusing on mobile marketing – which is still in its infancy. Mobile marketing requires the search engine optimization techniques that are being used today in web site promotion. Google is well into their research on search engine optimization for mobile marketing. If you don’t apply meaningful search engine optimization techniques to your website now, you will be far behind the next generation of website promotion – if you exist at all. Web site optimization is paying off. Ecommerce sales growth has been around 25% whereas overall retail sales growth has been a slow 6%. Logically following, Internet advertising is growing by 15%, whereas television advertising is only growing by 5%. (Magazine and radio advertising growth is 4% and 2% respectively.) The average person spends almost the same amount of time online as they do watching television – 8 to 20 hours a week – and only one to three hours a week are dedicated to reading the newspaper. Search engine optimization, web site optimization, and search engine marketing go hand in hand. A well-planned Internet marketing strategy will include both. However, the fact that the majority of internet users will choose a website from a natural search engine result – as opposed to the paid advertisements that are typically aligned on the right – is evidence that search engine optimization is the dominating factor for website success. Case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of search engine optimization over several business metrics abound. The returns on SEO investment are unique to each website, but can be seen in increased web site visitors, in responses to Internet marketing campaigns, customer loyalty, and even brand recognition. Evaluating your website’s promotional mix will demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of search engine optimization. Promotional budgets are wisely being reconstructed to earmark funds for this necessary expenditure in today’s Internet dominated world. Web site visitors are search engine savvy. Broad search terms (horizontal) are giving way to more specific search terms (vertical), and search engines are restructuring to follow these trends. Implementing a search engine optimization plan for your website is necessary for any website marketing strategy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no longer new – it is NOW. Your competitors know this and have adopted this website marketing strategy. If your website promotions don’t include web site optimization, the internet marketing skills of your competitors will put them at the top of the search engine results page instead of you, and you will be buried by their followers. Website marketing REQUIRES search engine optimization. If you’re not optimized now – your competitors will have you crushed. It’s not too late to dig yourself out of your grave.

Lina Smith

Ebook Marketing: Affiliate Programs

If you currently own a business or are thinking of starting one up, chances are, you are going to need some information about how to get the word out about your product or service. That is when you need to think about marketing and building a marketing strategy. With the World Wide Web being the major source of information sharing and communications in the world, it is natural that you would want to use this as a major focus for building your marketing strategy. That is what this e-book is for; to teach you how to become a major player in the field of business that you choose by taking advantage of the internet and using affiliation as your marketing strategy’s foundation.

Affiliate programs are an excellent way to generate income for your site or someone else’s, and it is a pretty good introduction into ecommerce, however but it’s a numbers game. Basically, the more people who visit your site, the greater your chances become for creating a good income, especially if the programs you participate in are related to your site topic. For more details www.eazy-ebook-money.com  Chances are you have probably come across many commercial sites that claim to offer the best affiliate program. What you will often learn is that this is simply not true. So what exactly is an affiliate program, you might ask? An affiliate program is where a company offers to pay you a certain amount of money for either a click through from your site, or a fixed amount for a lead (where the visitor signs up for a newsletter, etc.) or a percentage of a purchase made by a visitor as a result of a click through. Even if the visitor does not make a purchase on the advertiser’s site right away, most programs will offer “cookie duration” of usually around 30-90 days.

What this really means is that as long as the visitor has the cookie in their cache; even if they return to the advertisers site one month later, you will still receive the commission from the sale however, as in all things that are business related, cookie duration is not a guarantee when you sign up for an affiliation program and is something that you need to check for before signing on. What I have discovered to be very successful is to take advantage of companies like Offers Quest or Google for text link advertising. Text links are a great resource as they are bandwidth friendly, and when they are implemented properly add valuable content to your site which can also assist in search engine rankings.

When it comes to website affiliation, you will also need to know how to conduct a market study because this is how you will find your target audience. For more details go to www.profiting-with-free-reports.com  Without a targeted audience, your marketing campaign will not be effective. That is what this e-book is for; to teach you how to become a major player in the field of business that you choose by taking advantage of the internet and using affiliation as your marketing strategy’s foundation.

Affiliate programs are an excellent way to generate income for your site or someone else’s, and it is a pretty good introduction into ecommerce, however but it’s a numbers game. Basically, the more people who visit your site, the greater your chances become for creating a good income, especially if the programs you participate in are related to your site topic. Chances are you have probably come across many commercial sites that claim to offer the best affiliate program.

Pritpal Doad

Preventive Measures From Internet Fraud

Internet fraud is an act to make money from consumers or merchants without actually providing the goods or services. There are some measures which must be taken into consideration so as to prevent being victimized by this illegal activity.

Internet frauds are generally another kind of fraud crimes which particularly use features of the Internet to intentionally commit fraudulent transactions from unsuspecting Internet users in an objective to steal money. Chat rooms, forum sites, e-mails and websites are the most common tools used by these criminals in performing their greedy acts. Because of the power of the Internet, these fraudulent acts can be easily transmitted in any part of the world. Millions of people can be potentially vulnerable to these crimes, whether an individual consumer or large companies of investors.

With the introduction of e-commerce as means to offer goods and services to consumers, these cyber criminals do their best to depict similar offers of legal merchants in order to make easy money from innocent people without actually providing the goods and services they promised. Because of these circumstances, it had greatly damaged the reputation of legitimate companies causing them a decrease on sales and at worst, leading to loss of millions of dollars.

Credit Card Fraud

Since a large number of percentages of consumers around the world use credit card as a convenient way of shopping or purchasing goods through the Internet, it had become a target for credit card fraud. This type of fraud was considered the number one setback in e-commerce business.

Credit card fraud is done by criminals by sending e-mail messages to unsuspecting victims requesting them to update their credit card information by directing them to the website which will then ask for their sensitive personal information including credit card number, passwords and billing address. Once the information is gathered by these criminals, they will be using the credit card to purchase goods definitely charged to the victim.

Because of technological advancement, cyber criminals have become more clever and advanced in doing their illegal activities. Even the biggest e-commerce merchants who have the most sophisticated anti- credit card fraud prevention system cannot manage to totally secure their businesses from these criminals.

There are some ways in which you can prevent the risk of being victimized by this fraud. As a consumer, never provide personal information to unsolicited e-mail messages asking you to do so. Also, never share your credit card information to any website which includes chat rooms, forums and e-commerce merchants without confirming the legitimacy of their company.

Travel Fraud

Today, there are numerous legitimate travel agency websites offering big discounts or great deal packages for travelers. Many travelers avail of such services for convenience. But again, these services attracted unlawful individuals as means to collect money from consumers. They would create fake travel agency sites and deploy various advertisements, offering very attractive cheap travel packages to allure unsuspecting victims. These sites mostly collect advance payments from travelers and then afterwards run away with the victim’s money.

The usual marketing strategy of these sites is to send e-mails to as many people as possible and directing them to a website containing the travel packages they offer.

In order to prevent you from being a victim of this fraud, it is important to ignore e-mail messages of travel agencies offering very cheap travel packages. As much as possible, do not respond to these e-mails as this will only prove to the criminals that you have an active account and later on you will be receiving spam mails.

In addition, investigate on the identity of the travel agency offering these deals. Gather enough information and try to inquire on other local travel agents. Never allow yourself to grab those too-good-to-be-true travel deals.

As a general rule, to avoid being victimized of these Internet frauds, you must be aware that these cyber criminals can easily create professional looking websites and post goods or services that are a lot cheaper than other companies in order to attract their prospect victims.

Legitimate merchants usually include information about their company and provide specific contact details which you can use to confirm that they are not bogus. Also, these companies do not solicit very detailed bank or credit card information such as your password or PIN. They also offer a secure way of online purchasing transaction and usually bear the VeriSign logo.

Jayesh Bagde
http://www.articlesbase.com/internet-articles/preventive-measures-from-internet-fraud-622252.html

Eoo Has Launched Its New Website in the Internet Market

 

In its first phase of a strategic branding initiative that began earlier this year eoo Pty. ltd., based in Adelaide, Australia has launched a new website. eoo has entered into web design and development industry with its new flashing website and aiming to gear up in next year into the industry.

 

eoo began operation in 2007 as a web design company in Australia with the goal of offering cutting edge IT solutions and internet marketing strategies to clients throughout Australia.

 

eoo is an extraordinary web development firm based in Adelaide, providing web design and development, web strategy, software development, ecommerce web design, content management systems, standard web design and online marketing (search engine optimisation) services and solutions to leading Australian businesses.

 

eoo’s industry specific solutions are comprehensive, affordable and reflect its experience and commitment to ensure clients will achieve a return on investment and a significant online marketing advantage.

 

eoo offers creative web design, web development services to its small to mid sized business clients and having office in Adelaide. eoo has clients all over Australia in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Hobart. From shopping cart/ ecommerce website to content management system (CMS), eoo has a proven track record of successful projects. eoo websites are Search Engine Optimised and help you to get better rankings on search engines. eoo’s professional web design services are there to help your business do well on the internet market and ensures your website has a professional reflection of your business. As an Adelaide web design company, eoo offers affordable web design, ecommerce web design, custom web development and search engine optimisation services to its clients.

 

As a leading Adelaide web design company, eoo has developed many web sites with our creative web designers and programmers. eoo offer custom web design solutions for your specific business requirements. Starting from logo design to complex ecommerce website and content management system, our web designers know how to make your business profitable over the web market.

 

You can visit eoo at www.eoo.com.au for any further information

Satwik Chavda
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