October
16

Remember last week we were talking about Gobza? Last week we were talking about how it works for businesses – you can read about it here: Gobza for business. Well this week, we take a little closer look at the way in which it works for customers. It always helps to add those online discounts to your shopping. Ever googled “promo code for pizza delivery” or “discount code for online shopping”. Sometimes you get lucky and find a code that knocks 5% off the total cost. But what if there were a better way of getting deals?

Daily deal sites have proven that there is a huge demand for people wanting to get extra discounts on their goods – the only problem with daily deal sites is that they can only provide the deals one at a time, one day at a time. What about a daily deals site, that offers incredible discounts that are available all the time – so that when you actually want them, they are there?

Well once Gobza is launched in the UK – that is exactly what it will provide. You will be able to search out the best deal. And here’s the kicker, because the businesses don’t have to pay to advertise – there is huge competition between the various businesses – resulting in? That’s right! Really really good deals for the customers. The vouchers will cost a menial amount that will be offset by the discount of the end product. Every one is a winner. But that’s not even the most exciting part…

While you are shopping, if you recommend your friends and family to sign up using your link, you will earn commission on every purchase they make. Forever! PLUS, you will get commission on any of THEIR friends that sign up and THIERs, for up to four “waves” of members. You could literally be earning £1000′s just by getting people to sign up. And once they do, you never need to do anything about it again – other than enjoy the income stream. The more people you sign up, the more commission you make. Simple as that. It’s a win win situation.

So why not sign up early in the UK. Gobza is running mainly in the USA, so we don;t have full functionality yet – but now is the time to get in on the links and signups, so that when it does arrive, you are already earning commission from all the people you have signed up. It’s almost a case of sign up, tell some people and forget about it. Then when it does arrive, you’ll be a part of the action. So why not get involved today? Sign up before it’s too late here: gobza.co.uk or watch the youtube video here to learn more: Gobza for shoppers.

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October
9

If someone offered you free money, you’d probably ask “what’s the catch”. And if we were to tell you a way in which to raise funds for free, you’d probably ask the same thing. Understandably. But we are very excited by the most recent online viral discovery. It may sound like a crazy theory but, you can sign up and start earning from it – completely free of charge. It is literally a case of “you may as well, there is nothing to loose”.

We’re going to be talking about this from the perspective of a business – we’ll be talking about the perspective of a customer or charity in our next post. But let’s talk money.

Every business can benefit from a little bit of extra cash, whether it’s for use to be invested in SEO or other essential areas of the business. But imagine a situation where you could earn some money as WELL as advertising your business completely free. It’s starting to sound a bit too good to be true now, right? Well it’s not. There is a new marketing scheme based in the States that is soon to arrive in the UK. It’s already proved a dramatic success and is now starting to gain heavy credibility the world over.

The name? Gobza. You may have heard of it. But here’s how it works. You sign up from our link below. Then you register your business. Now you get to do two things. Firstly, you are given a dedicated link, this link can be used to sign up other customers, businesses and charities – who can all benefit from Gobza.

The second thing you can do is advertise. At this stage, Gobza is primarily based in the USA, so this will be available soon in the UK – but when it becomes available, you will be able to advertise your business for free. You know those deals from daily deals sites – like Groupon or Wowcher? You can add a deal like these, one like 45% off a website or buy one tyre and get one free. These deals are free to post onto the Gobza website. Then a customer can come along, select the deal and purchase for a small fee. They can then use the voucher at your business to get the deal they are looking for. It only costs you the discount you are offering! But where does the customer paid money go? Well that’s the clever bit.

Remember the first step? Signing up your friends, businesses and charities? For every person who buys a voucher, the person who signed them up gets a percentage of the profit – and the person who signed THEM up gets a percentage too – all the way up to four waves of members.

So if you sign up a friend, who signs up ten friends, who each sign up ten friends, who each sign up ten friends – that’s a whole lot of commission you are earning, for free.

It’s a win win for business. And like we say, it’s risk free. It doesn’t cost you a penny. Wonna know more? You can sign up here: gobza.co.uk or you can watch the promotional video here: Gobza Uk.

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October
1

Keeping a website high in Google and ensuring the SEO is fully optimised can be challenging. But staying on top of it can keep you at the top of the list. Literally. But sometimes, that’s not enough. If people are constantly arriving at your site – you need to make sure that the content is relevant and appealing. This can sometimes be more challenging than SEO itself!

Part of it is keeping up-to-date with the technologies that are around. Websites like Facebook have only survived as long a they have because they have learned the importance of adaptation. For example, do you remember Myspace or Bebo? They are both still around, but the amount of traffic that they see come through their site in a given time is nothing in comparison to when they were popular however-many years-ago. So it’s important to stay ahead of the game and don’t be too sentimental about the way in which your website set-out or looks.

Your main objective is to get people to come to your site and buy into your product. If that means making your website neon-pink, then that’s what you need to do. But how do you identify the trends and the markets. How do you know what the customer wants?

It’s one of the age-old marketing conundrum. Fashion changes faster than businesses can keep up to – so how do you future-proof everything you do. Well here’s a little tip, always know your competition by URL. Knowing your competition is one thing, but knowing what they do to rank in Google, how the arrange their site content and who they attract is valuable information that can be obtained by checking their Facebook page, checking their Google ranking and regularly visiting their website. This information can be priceless.

It may be simple, but if you have two or three websites that you check regularly, you’ll start to pick up what is hot and what’s not!

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September
1

One of the greatest things about the Internet is that you can communicate with many people in a short space of time, irrespective of time zones and distance. That’s probably what makes social networking sites, like Facebook, so popular. It’s a means to utilise this fantastic side of the Internet. But how can you harness this capacity into developing the perfect marketing solution for your website?

In some ways (definitely not always), it comes down to who you know. I’m not just talking about special opportunities, I mean literally the volume of people you know who are willing to press the “like” button on your Facebook page or to mention your article on LinkedIn. People go to great measure to get their numbers up. In fact you can get 300 likes in a day, if you pay the right people. The more people you are connected with online, the more you can make the most of the Internet and the way in which you can market your website. It doesn’t really matter who they are, as long as they are willing to share your website (or information). So then the question becomes, how can you make your material good enough that people want to share it. Well that’s the key.

Are people just gonna share your website because they love you. A few will. But more often, they will feel “it’s not the sort of thing I want to share with all my friends or addresses in my Email book”. Then again, when the content becomes interesting, then we have a ball-game.

If you can take your content and make it interesting, you can take your website from 5 likes through to thousands and thousands of views. One of the best examples of this is in the early days of the Internet, when videos were just starting to become popular. Reebok produced a viral advertising campaign called Terry Tate: Office linebacker. You can watch these videos online still today: youtu.be/RzToNo7A-94. Reebok learned that if their adverts were funny enough, people would share it. Even if their brand was only slightly involved.

Another, more recent, example is the Internet sensation, Gobza. Starting in the USA, the company produced a model that would benefit everyone that got involved with the project – therefore making the system naturally viral. Businesses got free advertising out of it, Customers got unbeatable deals and users earned commission on the deals that were offered. The win-win nature meant utilised the viral nature of the Internet. You can learn more about Gobza here: www.gobza.co.uk.

These are just a few examples of how to make your material more appealing to the everyday Internetter. It’s worth considering!

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27

One of the problems with getting performance success, is breaking it all down into manageable chunks! The purpose of this article is to help you by showing that all success can be placed into 7 pillars. Then, you are far more able to take an overall view, gauge your own success, and make any changes you desire. This is about gaining success in every area of life. So, here are the 7 pillars:

1.    Peace. This is so important, and must be number one. If you do not have an ‘inner’ peace, everything in life becomes dull and un-interesting. For example, go to a dementia hospital and speak to those sad cases who have nothing, as they see it. Lose your mind, and you lose everything. You must have peace of mind as the foundation.

2.    Health. As with the mind, so with the body. If it’s not functioning properly, your enjoyment of life is reduced, if not vastly so! Bad health limits you and can become a pre-occupation. All the other pillars of success are reduced, or even, pointless, without health. But, of course, peace still comes first. If you had a choice of keeping your mind or your health, most people would chose to keep their ‘marbles!’

3.    Respect. This is how we are regarded by others. This is so important. After having peace and health, the next thing we need to be considered successful is respect. Don’t believe me? Well, just think how you, or others, are motivated to impress others, especially parents and our boss! Some might say that the next pillar (love) comes before respect, and in certain cases that may be true. However, if you think of parent / children relationships, you can see that, most often, respect comes first. (But, I admit, that the two are closely related and are probably interchangeable).

4.    Love. The first two pillars are to do with self. In putting them first, it’s not a question of being self-centered. The person who has lost their mind and their health is no use to anyone and becomes dependent on others. And, of course, it would be love that would motivate the caring party! Love is what bonds humans one with another. We need loving relationships in life, and if we don’t, we can’t really claim success.

5.    Wealth. Money can’t buy happiness, but it certainly helps! With wealth, we become more free. We are not dependent on others to the degree we were before wealth came to us. In fact, with wealth, we are able to help others. Financial freedom is an elusive goal, but a very important one.

6.    Direction. To be considered truly successful, we need direction. We need to know where we are going and how we are going to get there! This is put, more specifically, in terms of goals. It’s a good thing to be goal orientated, as this is what gives direction to our lives. But, goal setting must be kept in perspective. You need the other five pillars first. And, if you don’t have these, they need to become goals!

7.    Drive. What’s the foundation pillar? The one that binds the others together and underpins them? Drive! That motive force that propels you to success. Another way of putting it is: a sense of purpose. The belief that you are going somewhere and that you have been put on the Earth for a reason

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