Hoiw should I advertize?

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Ok, I have found a program that gives me online training, AND pays me to use it (In a round about way). I really like it, and want to promote it... But I want to do it in a way that isn't pushy or obnoxious... I want people to actually want to come in without feeling pressured, or that it's "too good to be true"... Any ideas would be helpful.

Thanks in advance!
#internet marketing #advertize #hoiw
  • Profile picture of the author Graham Maddison
    if it gives you on line training, doesn't it suggest how to market it?

    If not I would suggest it's not such a good training program!

    • Profile picture of the author Draconicfire
      Originally Posted by Graham Maddison View Post

      if it gives you on line training, doesn't it suggest how to market it?

      If not I would suggest it's not such a good training program!

      I basically need to find a softer way of wording the ads, since the samples they give you are a little more pushy than I personally would like.
  • Profile picture of the author Chipt
    1. Don't misspell words in your headline like you did here

    2. Use your real name and not some meaningless [to other people] alias instead of your real name

    Chip Tarver

    PS - Yes I understand the SEO implications of using misspelled words, so that idea is excepted here...
    • Profile picture of the author abelacts
      Give useful content on your website or newsletter. And promote the product by mentioning it in the content. In newsletter, I find that the most effective is to promote products in solo mail style.

      Another thing I learned the hard way is you have to build in your personality in your marketing. Don't follow blindly. Some can really hard sell but if it's not for you, you can't fake it. Some can sell by using humor. If you are not a humorous person, you can't imitate. Adapt and modify to suit your style.

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