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> Rantings — Wes @ 2:05 pm

December 28, 2010

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> Rantings — Wes @ 2:05 pm

December 21, 2010

Two Hot Tips for Makeing More Affiliate Sales

I asked Mr. Matt Bacak the other day to write an article for you today on the topic of affiliate marketing… man,  am I sure going to owe him big time!

Today he’s talking about “Two Hot Little Tricks to Make More Affiliate Sales”. I already knew one of his hot little tricks, however it was a great reminder.  The other one was a brand new idea for me… man, I can sure see how it could be really powerful.

To Your Success!

Wes Waddell


Two Sneaky Little Tricks to Make More Affiliate Sales

by Matt Bacak

I know what all you marketers out there are thinking… I probably should have called this article “three sneaky little tricks” because you would have read the article faster. However, I did not want to pull a third trick out of the air that I have never used before. I want to be a credible and reliable resource for you on the topic of affiliate marketing, so today you only get two. Here we go…

Side note: Odd numbers pull better than even ones.

Trick #1 – This is something that most people don’t do.

Record a video of yourself buying the product you are promoting, and send the video out to your subscribers showing you bought it, giving them social proof.
That strategy works very well. It is kind of like playing the game when you were a little kid called “follow the leader” or “monkey see monkey do”.

Trick #2 – This is something simple that only a few people do.

Throw in your own special bonus and tell your list if they buy the product you are promoting, you will give them “X” bonus. Just have your customers email you the receipt, and then you send them whatever it is that you promised them. It works fairly well.

Ok, ok folks, I did actually come up with a third one. While writing this article, something else did come to mind… I talked about it on the webinar I recorded with Bill Glazer last week. Click here to watch the replay where I reveal the third sneaky trick and discuss “The 2 Money-Making Sides of Affiliate Marketing.

See you on the webinar.

Matt Bacak is considered by many an Internet Marketing Legend. Using his stealth marketing techniques, he became a Best Selling author with a huge fan base of over 300k people in his niche as well as built multi-million dollar companies. Since Matt has been an internet marketer for over 8 years now, his techniques and strategies are widely used across the internet and he has taught many of the Whos Who of intenet marketing. Many people say that Matt is a self-made millionaire. Matt says that is totally wrong. He says, he is a couple-made millionaire. There is no way I could have gotten to the place I am today without my wife by my side.

www.SpidersMarketingWeb.com – Free Affiliate Marketing System with Video Training

> Marketing Review,Training — Wes @ 12:38 pm

December 19, 2010

Home Business Tips Week 8 – One Thought Change to Increase Your Income

Subject: Home Business Quick Tip – The One Thought Change that Could Multiply Your Profits

Hi Fellow Entrepreneur,

As I promised last week, today I’m going to share with you a simple shift in your thinking that conservatively, could multiply your income in a very big way.

Really, I’ve seen it time and time again… especially in my own way of thinking.  A slight shift in the way you see yourself and bingo! Unbelievable increases in your profit potential.

I kid you not… want know what it is?

It’s simple, really, but very powerful – you just need to change from being the “provider” of your product or service and instead become the “marketer” of your product or service.

In other words, go from being the doer that does everything him/her self and instead become the seller that generates the money.

I know, sounds way too simple to be true; doesn’t it?

Many entrepreneurs when they first start out mistakenly see themselves as the “provider” or “supplier” of what their business provides with the job of getting customers who buy it as a necessary evil done just till things take off on their own.  I know I did, and boy-oh-boy is that a truely BIG mistake.

Let’s try and state more simply:  Seeing yourself as the “doer” blocks you from:

  • ** systemization and outsourcing your business so it no longer needs your active involvement
  • ** fully controling the marketing and sales of your business and it’s products
  • ** having the flexibility, time and energy to really enjoy your life while your business grows

On the reverse side, when you see yourself as the primary HB marketer, your main responsibility now becomes acquiring, retaining, and maximizing the value of the clients/customers. Then, the “provider” roll of the product/service is now the necessary evil, but only until your business begins to support itself.  This comes much faster and providers are easy and cheap to come by, marketers… especially good ones, are very expensive if you can even find one that isn’t already maxed out.

Don’t believe me yet?

Think about your J.O.B. (Just Over Broke) – which one are you?  A provider or a marketer?  Who’s making all the real money… the provider (worker) or the marketer (owner)?

Understand the difference now? You now should really see the difference in how you define yourself and how it has such a tremendous impact on how you allocate your time and energy.

And, while the delivery of a quality product or service is certainly important… it’s not nearly as important, and/or as critical, as the ability to market and sell those very same products and services.

One last little bit of my hard earned personal wisdom, remember this:

There’s Absolutely No Problem That More Revenue in the Business Can’t Fix


There’s no Revenue if there are no Clients/Customers seeing the Business.

Now go get ’em mister Biz Marketer.

To your success, next week we’ll take a look at avoiding HB scams.

Wes Waddell


> Training — Wes @ 6:11 pm

December 17, 2010

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December 14, 2010

Home Business Tips Week 7 – About Getting Organized

Subject: Home Business Tips Week 7 – About Getting Organized

Hello once again Fellow Entrepreneur,

I sure hope you’re having a terrific week this week! 

I’ve been quite busy the last few days, but that’s a good thing! 

Today I have for you a really cool little organization product that I found that I think you might enjoy hearing about!


Are you as tired of the clutter all over your home, or office as I was? Is your To Do list over a mile long? Do you struggle with procrastination? Would you like to have the ability to better prioritize? Would you like more available time in your day, to do the things “you” love to do? How would you like to get organized… once and for all?

If so, I highly recommend the book, ‘Finally Organized, Finally Free.’ I can honestly say it’s one of the best organizing books on the market.

No, it’s not FREE, but I can tell you from experience that it pays for itself from day one.  So, rather than me telling you all about it here and “as the book says: wasting time and energy,” I’m just going to send you over to the expert who wrote it for the full details.  Really, don’t miss out and don’t pass this up. Right now head over to:

Enjoy your extra time,

Oh, one more quick little thing before I go… next week we’ll be looking at a small easy way to shift your thinking that could multiply your profits in a very big way.

Talk to you next week,

Wes Waddell


P.S. Get to: http://weswaddell.com/getorganizednow/ right now… don’t waste any more of your precious time.

> Marketing Review,Training — Wes @ 10:59 am

December 10, 2010

Business Success Training: Starting a BLOG

Step 1 (of 6)

* Step 1: Start a Blog

The very first thing you need to do to build a real online home business is to get your own website set up.  The truely easiest kind of website to start with is a blog.  I recommend a WordPress BLOG as it’s the standard with all the bells wistles and easy addon tools. (See below for info on setting up a BLOG in under 5 minutes.)

I’ve got several reasons for why you want (read NEED TO) to start a blog:

First, it’s so easy! 

Look here’s a link to a quick video I found showing you how to easily set up a blog in just under 5 minutes:

Second of all, it gives you lots of tools and options that are built right in.

The WordPress software used to run all my blogs can actually be used to run any kind of website you want.  Even a membership site… and with thousands of totally free “plugins” available you can get your blog to do almost anything you need it to… even collect money!

The third reason I have is that blogs make it easy for you to add new content to your site, even from your cell phone.  The biggest benefit of this is that Google and the other search engines love fresh content, so if you keep your site up to date with new information posts on a regular basis, you’ll rank higher in Search Engine Standings.

That translates to more viewers and more traffic to your site and more profits for you to take in.

Finally, the WordPress BLOG software allows visitors to your site to interact with it.  They can make comments and join in as members and eMail clients.  This makes your site seem alot more alive and that’s what keeps them coming back… not to mention that Google and the other search engines use this statistic to determine your ranking scores.

So, the bottom line is that you need to start a blog, preferably a WordPress BLOG.  But again, don’t worry; because it’s really so easy to do it.  Best of all, if you don’t currently know how to do it, you can just take a look at this video

http://bit.ly/hYanVd How to Start a BLOG

Look for the next step in the Six Easy Steps to Online Business Success soon.

In the mean time, get your blog set up and GET STARTED!


To YOUR Success,

Wes Waddell


Video Training: It really only takes about 5 minutes to set up.Video Training: It really only takes about 5 minutes to set up.


> Rantings,Training — Wes @ 6:55 am

December 8, 2010

Home Business Tips Week 6 – Choosing a Home Business Name

Subject: Choosing a Home Business Name
Hello Fellow Entrepreneur,

How How is your home business (HB) coming along?  We’re doing well here at SpidersMarktingWeb HB Tips. 

Tell me have you gotten around to….

Choosing a Name for Your Business? By the way… I spell it Biz in my Email versions to help get these past the missused mail filters, just in case you ever forward this information to others.

Back on subject – One of the most important things your Home Business startup needs is a name. Your name will be the very first thing that almost all of your clients see.  It’s also a very key factor in your ranking for search engines.

You have to pick a name that says something about you and your business that people in your target market will remember easily, and gives them an idea of what your company does.

A good basic idea is to use your last name followed by what you do. Like Waddell’s Internet Marketing or Anderson’s Social Network Training. You could also add the town where you live in to the name like Anderson’s Seattle Plumbing. Search engines love this last one for local listings.

You can also leave out your name and simply become Spokane Social Network Training. This makes you sound like the first choice locally and will help target your local area.

If you are going to be dealing with the big companies you may even want to consider a more corporate sounding name. Think of a word to describe your business then add the word “Consulting” or “Enterprizes” to it.

If you’re going for a trendier home grown type of market you might want a less formal name like Kathy’s Scrapbooking.

You may want to name your business after an animal (Blue Dog RV), and use that animal in your logo too. If you don’t have a big marketing budget (most startups don’t), this is a good way to get started branding your business right from the start. For example take Geico. They use that gecko lizard on everything. What do you remember when you think of car insurance?

Always try to use as short a name as possible. If your name is fairly long, you may want to try taking two or more of the words that describe your business and then shorten them to make it one single word. So you end up with an acronym like IHOP (International House of Pancakes)… this is a great way to express what you do without having long hard to remember names.

Last of all, when nothing else seems to fit make up a name that’s catchy. Just play with your words until you come up with a name that sounds right and the best part is it will be completely unique to your business making you the trend setter… just like Google did!

Whatever you do make sure your business name is easy to pronounce, spell and remember while still telling the reader something about what you do.  I didn’t know about this info and so didn’t follow these rules of thumb on one of our companies in another niche and it’s been an uphill battle… even though we were the first and still the largest in the field.  It really made it tough to keep on the top of the search engines and to let people know what it is we do.

Don’t make the same mistake I did!  You now know better.

Once you have a few names picked out (yes, I said a few…) make sure you check to make sure no one else is using them. You don’t want to get your business started then find out that the name you want is taken or worse, trade marked.  You may even want to do some testing or have a few friends look them over and see which one is best remembered and lets them know what you do at the same time.

Well, I hope that’s been helpful to you, I know you won’t be taking your Home Business name for granted any longer… next week we’ll go over some tips to getting organized.

Until next week, here’s to your success!

Wes Waddell


> Marketing Review,Training — Wes @ 11:02 am

December 7, 2010