In this episode of the Lo Cost Marketing podcast I interview the CEO of Puzl.com, Thibaut Taittinger. We talk about the differences between a complicated web design program such as WordPress, and the dead simple concept of creating your own website with drag and drop widgets.
Without realising it most marketers these days are running a one dimensional type of business when it comes to list building techniques.
Most marketers that I know only stick to one method of communicating with their customers and prospects.
In episode three of the Lo Cost Marketing Podcast I interview the creator of the CommentLuv plugin, designed by software developer Andy Bailey. Andy is from the north of England. The main topics discussed were some advice for people just getting started in software development and also some of the biggest challenges that a developer faces.
In the second episode of the Lo Cost Marketing podcast we interview "The Freddy Krueger of Blogging" – Danny Iny from FirepoleMarketing.com. Danny has a wealth of experience online, and more importantly RESULTS, and in this interview we tap into some of his secrets to online success.
In the first episode of the Lo Cost Marketing podcast I interview online entrepreneur Jonathon Knepper from BlogBuildr.
We talk about his background online, the mistakes he has made along the way, advice for people just getting started and we also talk about his new project BlogBuildr.
As a newbie blogger I know how tempting it is to put ads on your blog in the hope that you are going to make thousands from affiliate sales or Google Adsense.
When I first got started I put lots of banner ads all over the blog (not this blog, a different one), and was excited about the income potential. As it turned out I made close to nothing from those banner ads and looking back on it, I am not surprised that was the case.
If you have an online business that is at the crossroads then one of the most important skills you will need to master is deciding if you should continue with it, or on the other hand – how to know when to quit.
Most people who start an online business begin with the impression that it should be relatively easy to get people to buy their stuff, but they soon get a rude shock when they realise how competitive it is out there.
Starting a blog is a daunting prospect if you have never done it before, and have no idea what you are doing.
Most people really get bogged down in the technical stuff such as the web design, the theme, and the layout of their website, but ignore the more important factors such as:
As an online entrepreneur it is obvious that success is not easy, and the harsh reality is that a lot of the people that get started will make no money (or very little).
The fact is that there are an abundance of people looking to make a dollar on the internet.