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Tips on Choosing the Best Possible Domain Name

By Sid Smith | February 1, 2012

Your domain name is only one aspect of your online presence, but it’s an important one. In this article, you’ll learn about choosing a domain name for a niche Money-Making Website, as well as what considerations to make when choosing domain names for your web-writing business.

Use This Hidden Lead-Generation Device to WOW Your Web Clients

By Sid Smith | November 30, 2011

When you sit down to write a direct-mail piece, you know that the headline and lead are 80% of the game. In the mail, your audience only sees your headline and lead once when they open the mail. In the online world, you’ve got many ways that a single article can reach your audience. Find out how to use three different headlines and two different leads to grab more attention online.

Anatomy of a 61.3% Opt-in Rate Squeeze Page

By Sid Smith | September 28, 2011

Recorded: September 28th, 2011
Sid Smith shares his success tips for increasing squeeze page response rates and breaks down the anatomy of a successful squeeze page.

A Neat Trick for Fine-Tuning Website or Landing Page Copy and Design

By Sid Smith | September 7, 2011

One of the trickiest things about creating a landing page for a sales letter, a squeeze page to build a mailing list, or a home page for a website is to figure out the best ways to get people to actually click on the right buttons or links. Sid Smith shares one of his favorite tools for improving clickthrough results.

Questions to Ask Your Web Copy Prospect Before You Begin

By Sid Smith | August 10, 2011

There are certain questions you should get in the habit of asking every prospect. These questions help you to gauge their enthusiasm for the project and to determine if it’s even something you want to do. Not all web copy projects are created equal, after all. These five questions will help you determine if a project is something you want to take on and help you decide what to put in your proposal so you’re more likely to get a, “Yes!”

3 Things You Should Do Before Talking With A Web Copy Prospect

By Sid Smith | August 3, 2011

How cool! You have a prospective client for your web copy business. Before you punch in their phone number or tap out an email with your rates, you might consider conducting some background research to ensure that you WOW them when you do talk. Sid Smith shares three steps you should take to get ready for your next conversation with a prospect.

How to Attract Real, Live Visitors to Your New Website

By Sid Smith | October 13, 2010

Creating a new website and waiting for visitors is a lot like having a party which nobody attends. It’s a miserable, gut-wrenching experience. And, unlike the party, you get to experience the loneliness and isolation every day for weeks on end. Fortunately, there’s a proven process you can use to end the silence and attract thousands of visitors to your site every month.

Closely Held Secrets to Promoting Your Business & Your Website Online

By Sid Smith | October 5, 2010

Recorded: October 5th, 2010
During one hour information packed webinar with Sid Smith, you’ll learn the tips and techniques for growing your business and attracting more prospects to your professional website.

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