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Marketing Inc – Your Gateway to Success

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Posted 26th June 2015 at 06:29 AM by humbledmarket

Nowadays, it’s easy enough to [B]make extra money from home[/B]. At least, that’s the theory. Let’s say you’re a writer or a marketing consultant, all you need to do is to online, find clients, do what you do, and get paid. It’s a nice dream.

The reality, however, can be a bit more complicated. You have to find the clients first, and in most cases what that means is you need to actually enable potential clients to find you. Then you have to convince them you’re the right guy for the job, and you have to be able to justify your fees too.

To learn all these things, you can do some research online. But the problem is that many of the so-called “experts” who charge for their “expertise” don’t actually have the expertise and the credentials to give any useful advice, so you’re essentially just throwing your money away. There are simply too many charlatans online.

But it’s different with Marketing Inc. It’s a complete course on what you need to do. [B][URL=""]Marketing Inc 2[/URL][/B] is even more detailed, and it can help you build an agency out of thin air. The instructors, including [URL=""]Glen Allsopp[/URL], have many years of experience in the industry, and what they do is basically explain what they did right so that you can enjoy the same level of success as they did.

They are also very thorough about the kind of advice they provide. For example, they can show you [B]how to start an SEO business[/B]. Keep in mind that just because you have the skills to promote and improve the rankings of websites in Google doesn’t automatically mean that business owners will be flocking to avail your services.

[B][U]Here are some general tips they offer[/U][/B]:
• [B]Focus on a specific industry[/B]. For example, you can narrow your focus on medical websites or automobile blogs. By narrowing your focus, you can better demonstrate your expertise and build a reputation as the go-to-guy for a specific industry/niche/service.

Now you may be thinking that each industry already has its own authorities and gurus. But there’s always enough space for more competition. Each type of website has its own special needs, and you’ll be able to establish your credentials if you know them all because of your focus on that particular niche.

• [B]Use online marketing techniques[/B]. There’s no absolute need to become a vendor at conferences or advertise in trade publications, when you can use online marketing methods. After all, you’re already trying to get customers online. You can try blogging, AdWords, and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to spread the word about your service.

• [B]Concentrate on a specific area[/B]. This can be truly useful if you’re already well-connected in a particular city or region. You can use your connections to get to know and identify businesses that may need your services. A specific area also helps you maintain contact with your customers because you can meet in person.

That’s the essence of [B]Marketing Inc[/B]. The advice you get isn’t about theories from books, but real-life lessons from actual trailblazers who have already succeeded.
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