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Kelwin Hagen Interview, spiritual side of marketing

In this podcast, I interview Kelwin Hagen about internet marketing, network marketing and a spiritual journey.

Posted by: | Posted on: October 28, 2014

What People Say About Your Business

I find it very amusing to hear what people say when you tell them you are working a business online.

I’ve heard the words, “suspicious”, “risky”, “scary”, “scam”, and all sorts of things said when you tell them what you are doing.

They have no idea what they are talking about.

Let me explain what I do.

I advertise products for which I am paid.

That’s pretty much “it”.

My products consist of both tangible things like herbal supplements and information products in the form of ebooks and documents.

I also help people get cash back on their online purchases FOR FREE and the merchants give me a commission for finding customers.

I am also beginning to teach others how to do what I do to make money from home using a computer and internet connection.

Is it any more scary, suspicious, risky or scammy than working a job and getting paid? I don’t think so.  If I work, I get paid….just the same.

One woman told me I will rot in hell for doing what I do.  Wow. That’s harsh.  I work for everything I get and I work hard. For that I am eyed suspiciously.

When I try to help someone else, I am immediately suspect.

I think it’s kind of funny.  People fear what they don’t understand.

But I really enjoy doing what I do.  I help some people and get paid to do so.

I am a marketer.

Posted by: | Posted on: September 18, 2014

Money – A matter of attitude

I recently watched a video presented by Mike Dillard.  For those of you who don’t know, Mike is a very wealthy man who made a ton of money on the internet.
He said that most people will not obtain any riches because of their attitude towards money.
There is an oft-quoted platitude saying, “Money is the root of all evil.” The actual quote is this: 1 Timothy 6:10 10 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
The meaning becomes clear when you read the whole quote. When money becomes your “god” you bring sorrow upon yourself.
The fact is money is a tool. Just like any other tool it can be used or abused. A knife is indispensable in the kitchen but it can also be used to murder.
But Dillard pointed out that there are many who think that anyone who is rich somehow got that way by making someone else poor.  That is a predominant thinking of the “occupy” movement people and it is poppycock.
As long as you have that attitude, you will never obtain any riches.
The truth is that a sizeable chunk of the wealthy are generous and donate billions to charity. They also have time to spend doing charitable work. They use their wealth to make the lives of others better. Many non-profit organizations could not function without the generosity of the rich and large corporations. Large corporations also keep the cost of things low enough so they can still profit but have products that consumers can afford to buy. It doesn’t work otherwise.
Dillard said he ALWAYS gives a generous tip to servers in a restaurant knowing that they have low wages. He said he does it even if the service is not good.  They may just be having an off day. He has also been in their shoes and understands what a tip means to them.
Dillard said giving back to your community and to others is an essential if you are to truly be rich.
He said it is important to think of your money as a tool and make it not only work for you but to make it work for the good of others.
In order to attract money to you, you must have the proper attitude. Lack of self-esteem, lack of motivation or ambition, thinking money is filthy or thinking you don’t deserve to have it will drive riches away from you.
Having an open attitude towards money to welcome it into your life will draw it to you.  Opportunities will arise.
“It is rather funny to hear people say how much they want money and wish they had more, yet, in the deep recesses of their subconscious mind, where it counts most, they repel any opportunity to improve their situation.
It is difficult to attract money, if there is a negative attitude about it. You cannot attract something that deep in your heart you despise. This is a most common attitude for many people. They desire money, but their attitude is negative and therefore repellent.  If you want to attract money, you have first to get rid of all negative thoughts and attitude about it. A habit of many years has to change.” Ramez Sasson.
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Posted by: | Posted on: September 18, 2014

6 Marketing techniques that are guaranteed to land you in Facebook Jail.

Facebook is a great place to market. There are a billion subscribers and they all love to communicate. Marketers have discovered that injecting themselves into communications is a great way to build a customer base.

But there are some things that marketers do that are guaranteed to go against Facebook’s rules.

  1. Sending out random friend requests without first asking permission.

I get several of these every day. People send me a friend request and expect me to accept it just because we may or may not know one or two people in common.

All it takes is for someone to tell Facebook you are spamming and you will end up in Facebook Jail.

If you want to end up banned for a period of time, be sure to send out lots of random friend requests to people you may or may not know.

  1. Send out too many friend requests in a short period of time.

Facebook will see this as spamming and will jail you for a while to cool off. I’ve seen people who are just friending people they really know getting caught by this one.

  1. Tag people in a post that doesn’t relate to them.

Nothing is more irritating than being tagged in an advertising post. Tagging was meant to be relevant to the person tagged. Again, Facebook will receive complaints and you will be cooling your heels in FB Jail.

  1. Spamming people’s timelines with your business opportunity.

People’s timelines are their personal property. They post things that are important to them. If you go out of your way to post on their timeline, you are guaranteed to get in trouble with Facebook.

  1. Sending dozens identical messages with your business opportunity link without first connecting with the person.

Cut and paste is a wonderful thing but it also indicates that the person is not important enough to you to relate to them on a personal level. When they see a link in a post, they may not even read it but complain to FB.

  1. Joining too many business fan or group pages in too short a time.

There are a number of groups that cater to home business and internet marketing. Some invite people to join and to post links to their opportunity. It’s tempting for a new entrepreneur to join dozens of these at once and start pasting their ads all over the place. Facebook will not allow you to join too many at one time.

There is some excellent training available if you want to use Facebook for your business. Nothing is more frustrating than being banned from posting on Facebook for 30 days or so when you break their rules.

It can cost you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in lost revenue.

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