Thursday, 29 July 2010

Internet marketing without a website

If you are intimidated by the thought of creating a website, setting up a domain name, tackling HTML and all that stuff you might want to consider some of the recent developments in Web 2.0 technology.  There are a number of websites like Squidoo which are less intimidating to newbies to the internet.

Jennifer Ledbetter, also known as Pot Pie Girl,  went from $0 to $156,000  within three years activity on the internet.  She attributes her success to Squidoo because initially she didn't have to invest anything except her time in creating her marketing campaigns through lenses.   Seth Godwin, who set up Squidoo, calls web pages you create on Squidoo lenses because they hone in on a particular subject.  This is ideal for internet marketing as you are more likely to succeed if you promote a niche rather than a general product area.  For example pets is a general category and dogs are general niche within the pets category.  However dogs barking is a specific and specialist niche and would make a good subject for promoting an affiliate program through a Squidoo lens.

Jennifer has created an easy to read e-book about creating lenses on Squidoo based on her own successful experiences on the site.  She has also created the One Week Marketing course which explains all the steps she has taken to make a $100,000+ annual income working from home on the internet.

If you are completely new to the concept of internet marketing the next step is to down load the Squidoo guide by clicking here.  Alternatively, if you would like to have more information on the One Week Marketing  course please click here.

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