I have in mind three, maybe four, 20-page articles that could be of value to weightlifters/bodybuilders. These would present uncommon, possibly even unique, methods for achieving certain ends, learned in over 20+ years practicing those hobbies. They would also have a very long "shelf-life", and can stand on their own merit. So I have no intention of giving them away. After those I don't see foresee writing anymore articles in that niche.
I sit towards the over-delivery end of the spectrum, so I'm not going to crank out 20 pages in an hour, not even the first draft! I estimate the first article will probably take me closer to 30 hours to complete.
Would you just "go for it" and spend 30 hours on the first article of this potential series and put it up for sale, based on your gut feeling? Or would you do some testing before you write a word?
I am working from 10 years but when i post on any social media like facebook, twitter and any other not get visitors highly as people love to use for this same purpose can anyone give me answer of 1 Q
It's hard when you're starting out as when client's seem interested they ask for examples but I don't really have much I can share at this point.
While I have a range of online marketing skills, I really want to start offering eMarketing services and possibly social media management services plus some general marketing/promotions ... my offering I am not yet 100% certain of right now.
Hi!, Im coming here to ask for some advices for some project im currently running.
Im creating the website for a firm of lawyers, dedicated to traffic accidents (this is, they work for people that had a traffic accident and need help for getting paid by the insurance and stuff like that), I need to create a successful ad campaign for generating leads for them.
I've been tinkering around with a facebook page on fitness and have managed to accumulate 13000 likes. I'm thinking of selling a product on it does anyone have any experience or advice on going about which product to choose and/or any pitfalls?
Thanks in advance,
Title says it all. What social network, search engine, etc is the referrer of most of your email sign ups?
Also, feel free to add how the ROI is. Sometimes we engage more in one channel, but we get more results elsewhere.