Want to know my most successful online Internet Internet Web Internet Web Internet Web Internet Internet Web Internet Internet Web Web Internet Web Internet Internet Internet Internet Web Internet Web Internet Internet Internet Web Internet Web Internet Internet Internet Web Web Internet Internet Internet Internet Web Web Web Internet Web Web Internet Internet Web Web Internet Internet Web Web Web Web Web Web Web Internet Internet Internet Web Web Web Web Internet Internet Web Internet Internet Web Web Internet Internet Web Internet Web Web Internet Internet Web Web Internet Internet Internet Web Web Internet Internet Internet Web Web Internet Internet Web Web Web Internet Web Internet Marketing strategy? The one that has consistently generated more income than anything else I’ve ever tried? No? You don’t want to know? Ok, never mind, thereupon.
Oh, wait, you were saying yes, not no. Well that’s different next. Good considering I have the entire strategy outlined for you in a step-by-step post that I’ll link to after you read that.
Just kidding. I’m not going to send you elsewhere or have you download anything. I was just messing with you. So, kidding aside, let’s just get to the meat of that post.
You want to know what my most successful online strategy is. You want to know which strategy has consistently generated more income than any other strategy I’ve ever tried. So come closer and I’ll whisper it to you now.
… Leave them wanting more …
That’s the four simple words that work best for me. Of course, as with anything “simple”, I want to build certain you understand the concept as it is intended. Lots of folks could easily misunderstand what I mean by “leave them wanting more”, and do it all wrong, so please bear with me as I explain what I mean when I use those words.
Essentially, every chance you get, give your users every bit of info they “need”, but don’t give them any more than that – at that moment. Allow me to demonstrate by equating your site’s knowledge to that of a restaurant’s food.
When your hungry user arrives, you don’t want to hand a bowl of tasteless dirt to him. You want to give him a nice hot bowl of data soup. You want him to be happy with what you’ve given him.
However, whether you satisfy his instant need with one tasty and satisfying knowledge dish, and soon after let him know that there’s more he could have that is just as good, or even better, you’ve established the proper hook. You now have a user who likes what you’ve served him, and he has every reason to believe that any other info you serve him will be at least as good whether not better. The chances are high that he will want to taste every item you offer to him.
On the other hand, whether you give him every dish available, all in the first course, he’ll be completely full, and have no need to engage in your site any longer.
Use that For Every Monetization Method
Allow yourself to imagine using that same strategy no matter what scheme of monetization you might employ on your site.
Selling Products: whether you have various products that you sell, use that method to either upsell customers to more feature-rich products, or use that method to get them to add more items to their cart than they originally intended to do.
Consulting: whether you do consulting work, that strategy works very well. You can fully reply one common question that typical clients face, and next list other common problems you’ve helped solve for clients who’ve hired you in the past. Using summary teasers for each problem listed goes a distant way. Since you’ve already shown completely and fully how you solved one problem, the teasers for the other problems will be ample to invent them wonder what the rest of your solution was.
Affiliate Marketing: whether you are an affiliate marketer, use that “wanting more” strategy to fully explain why a product you endorse will help someone who has one specific problem. soon after lead him elsewhere to find out what else that product can help with, or guide him towards other similar products that may solve slightly different or bigger issues.
Advertising: whether you rely on contextual advertising, such as Adsense, you have slightly less control, unfortunately, since you don’t control which ads will show up on your page. However, you can still use that strategy. Always imply that there is more info that can be learned about the subject. Of course, that’s very likely to be true, since data is virtually endless on any topic. But by purposely bringing that fact to the user’s attention, you’ve implanted the concept in his head that there’s more he should know. Yes, you’ve provided abundant quality data to manufacture him happy, but you’ve subtly encouraged him to extend his knowlege. By implanting that suggestion in his mind, he’ll be more inclined to look at the related ads and visit through to find additional coverage on the topic.
Obviously, you don’t want to actually inspire him to go on the ads, as that is often against the TOS of the ad network. It’s certainly against the TOS of Google Adsense, so never ever boost clicks on ads whether you are running Adsense.
The key with monetizing via ads is not to tell him what to do, but to just give him the slightest subtle thought that there’s always more great info he could find, whether only he didn’t stop here.
Don’t Forget The Bowl Of Dirt / Soup
It’s easy to get that strategy wrong whether you forget to give your user a great dish that makes him happy. Yes, you want to leave him wanting more, but you must first prepare him feel like what he did get was great! You want him to think that the bowl of knowledge you served him was the best he’d ever had. Only soon after will he truly want to follow your directions (explicit or subtly implied) as he moves on to the next course. whether you’ve served him an info bowl of dirt instead of a nice, warm bowl of tasty soup, he’ll simply visit on his Back button and be done with you.
If you remember to serve your user well, and next leave him wanting more, you’ll have mastered my most successful online strategy.
Good luck! whether you’re ever interested in seeing how I can help you succeed in your specific journey, check out my ebusiness coaching site.
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