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Kai Druhl

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I have a passion to see people succeed, have been an educator/mentor for 30 some years. Keep things simple, and build confidence by taking action.

 

Help, I'm not generating sales from my website!

7th March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Hi Sanihu, you have received a lot of feedback already, so I'll keep it brief. My first and main impression is one of sensory overload, to many things to look at, and no clear direction. Second thing, related, I don't see your unique angle on weight loss. How does your site stand out among thousands of others? What can I find here that I can't...

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Video Marketing Strategies

7th March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Having someone else's video on your blog is better than having none, but it is not really video marketing. You can easily make your own videos with power point slides and the free camstudio software. At least then you get some traffic from your videos.

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Got the Great Content - Where To Put it All?

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Very interesting information. It seems to me that the days of spinning and re-writing are coming to an end. It is simply creating duplicate content, with strategies to avoid detection. There is one exception, though. The same information, say about online lead generation, can be of interest to a number of different audiences, such as people...

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About Rewriting and Spinning Articles

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Fara and others, here a quick question: When you submit a re-write to EzineArticles, say, where do you link the resource box to? The original article, or a simple landing page? I found that for EZA traffic, an simple landing page converts about 40% higher than another full length article. What's your take on this?

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Article Writing: Word Choice

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

I agree with Jim and Fara. In writing, simple words have more emotional content than complicated ones. And our prospects will buy based on an emotional decision, and justify with logic. Plus, benefits have emotional value, and that is what we want to emphasize in marketing. Puts some responsibility on the marketer.

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Article Writing: Paragraphs

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

For article marketing, I usually write 2 to 3 sentence paragraphs. The first words of the first sentence should grab attention, and convey the main content. Readers will mostly skim the article, and these are words they will pick up. Again, for articled marketing, the resource box should just read like the last paragraph in the article. Thanks,...

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more on back links

25th February, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Mark, you can see your back links at Yahoo Site Explorer. They tell you about links to your home page, to all pages, from outside and from both outside and inside. You can even look at your competitors' sites there and see where they are getting their links from.

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Help, I'm not generating sales from my website!

7th March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Hi Sanihu, you have received a lot of feedback already, so I'll keep it brief. My first and main impression is one of sensory overload, to many things to look at, and no clear direction. Second thing, related, I don't see your unique angle on weight loss. How does your site stand out among thousands of others? What can I find here that I can't...

Read Full Entry | 34 comments

Video Marketing Strategies

7th March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Having someone else's video on your blog is better than having none, but it is not really video marketing. You can easily make your own videos with power point slides and the free camstudio software. At least then you get some traffic from your videos.

Read Full Entry | 17 comments

Got the Great Content - Where To Put it All?

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Very interesting information. It seems to me that the days of spinning and re-writing are coming to an end. It is simply creating duplicate content, with strategies to avoid detection. There is one exception, though. The same information, say about online lead generation, can be of interest to a number of different audiences, such as people...

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

About Rewriting and Spinning Articles

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Fara and others, here a quick question: When you submit a re-write to EzineArticles, say, where do you link the resource box to? The original article, or a simple landing page? I found that for EZA traffic, an simple landing page converts about 40% higher than another full length article. What's your take on this?

Read Full Entry | 55 comments

Article Writing: Word Choice

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

I agree with Jim and Fara. In writing, simple words have more emotional content than complicated ones. And our prospects will buy based on an emotional decision, and justify with logic. Plus, benefits have emotional value, and that is what we want to emphasize in marketing. Puts some responsibility on the marketer.

Read Full Entry | 19 comments

Article Writing: Paragraphs

3rd March, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

For article marketing, I usually write 2 to 3 sentence paragraphs. The first words of the first sentence should grab attention, and convey the main content. Readers will mostly skim the article, and these are words they will pick up. Again, for articled marketing, the resource box should just read like the last paragraph in the article. Thanks,...

Read Full Entry | 12 comments

more on back links

25th February, 2011 - Posted by Kai Druhl

Mark, you can see your back links at Yahoo Site Explorer. They tell you about links to your home page, to all pages, from outside and from both outside and inside. You can even look at your competitors' sites there and see where they are getting their links from.

Read Full Entry | 2 comments