Marketing Expert – Writing and Marketing Tips For Your Business on the Internet

“Sales are through the roof! The last six weeks, nothing stays on the shelf. Almost before we get the cartons open our merchandise is off the shelf and out the door, bagged for a customer.” One powerful response to the latest interview of merchants on the Guru Trail.

“After a season of near catastrophic low sales, our business is booming!” says another.

What makes the difference?

  • Article Marketing – both locations have started writing articles for the Internet, maximizing their coverage with articles they submit to EzineArticles.com or IdeaMarketers.com for instant traffic domination in their fields.
  • Resource Boxes – the resource boxes on their articles are dynamic, personable and pull traffic with qualifying directives to click on the links included in the last paragraph of the article.
  • Relevant Content – all content is relevant to the overall business of the merchants in question. Because the content is so totally relevant and necessary to the businesses and their merchandise, readers grab the information and search out the resources they require.

How can you market your offline business to the Internet Market and receive similar results? Find your Internet Marketing Niche and speak loudly with article marketing content builders that people grab, reproduce and use in their own web marketing ventures.

The more your content is reproduced, the more backlinks you get to  your website. 

Make your content appealing by providing dynamic power-driven content that reads easily and markets well. There are many easy tips for marketing your writing on the Internet, but these Expert Marketing Tips seem to be the most relevant for the mass production of Article Marketing required by most merchants.

  • Write what you know – focus on the whole product and tell your reader everything you know about your product in 250 word incriments.
  • Be specific and write detail – give the reader even the minutest detail you believe might already be recognized, because someone out there NEEDS to know.
  • Use bullets – bullet points are easy to read and definitive. They allow you to give your reader more information in less time.
  • Use action words – positive flow can be totally disrupted by a “to be” verb, so write with action verbs that keep the reader moving on to the next phrase of your article.
  • Stop wasting space – give the reader important value in your articles. Do nothing articles that provide no solutions waste space on the web. Stop wasting their time and get to the point.
  • White Space is GOOD – Leaving some white space and organizing your article for restful breakpoints in the writing offers the reader a place to rest tired eyes.
  • Be firm and directive – tell the reader what to do, but don’t boss them around. Give them credit for having a brain, most of them do.
  • Grammar does count – use it. If you can’t spell, spell checker may catch most of your mistakes, but seriously, if you can’t write, take a class!
  • Be real – if you’re telling your client such an outlandish tale they can’t believe you, they won’t.
  • Use sub-headers and identifiers to create balance in your writings. These help your reader find their way around your articles.

If you’re looking for a way to drive massive numbers of visitors to your website, I have a solution for you.

Car Enthusiast on Your List – Choose the Perfect Gift

Gift giving can certainly be a challenge. It seems like so many people have everything. You have to find ways to be exceptionally creative to make your gift appreciated and remembered. One of the easiest people to buy creative treasures for is the car lover. There is an abundance of car enthusiast gifts available. You’ll have just as much fun planning each gift as they will receiving them. Most car lovers are men and men who love cars usually love sports just as much. That makes his comfortable sports room a great place to start with car accessory gifts.

Adding a car enthusiast gift to a room made for watching sports is as easy as starting with a clock that proudly displays his favorite car model. If the car models make him happy then die cast metal models make wonderful displays on shelves or inside a beautiful glass display case. Now he can imagine that beauty sitting in his garage and be reminded of it each time he looks at the clock. Other great car accessories gift ideas for the room are lights and lamps with favorite logos or even a set of headlights or license plates to hang on the wall to create an atmosphere he can only treasure.

For those who love car magazines and books car enthusiasts gifts of subscriptions are perfect. Hemmings Motor News publishes several different magazines that would please a car lover. The NADA car price guide has Classic, Collectible and Special Interest versions. The subscription is a nice savings over the single price issue. NADA produces three updated issues each year. Both of these magazines as well as others, he might have a fondness for, can be ordered on the company websites.

Car accessories gifts are great for decorating a room and providing entertainment. But the options don’t stop there. Additional ideas for car enthusiast’s gifts include special fragrances such as Ferrari Cologne created by the house of Ferrari in 1997. A wrist watch displaying the car favorite, a specialized shift knob, logo jacket or even a gas pedal can make your car nut flip that you were ever able to come up with such original ideas. Of course if you want to spend big bucks you can go for new wheels, customized body parts or a new paint job. From the smallest to the most expensive all the gifts will be received with gratitude and delight.

Collecting Diecast Cars – NASCAR

I’ve been collecting diecast cars for awhile now, I started with Hot Wheels as a child then as I got older I started collecting larger muscle cars. I collected Mustangs, Camaros, and Firebirds and so on. I also collected Indy cars and Formula 1, now I’m collecting NASCAR diecast cars. You can really go nuts with the NASCAR collection; each driver has two or three different paint schemes so you can collect them all for your favorite drivers, don’t forget all the Special Editions and fantasy paint schemes. Then there are all the different scales you can collect them in. You can get them in scale sizes from 1:64 to 1:18, 1:64 being the smallest and 1:18 being the largest.

So what scale do you collect small, medium or large, you can get great detail in any scale. I have a few 1:64, 1:43 and some 1:32 but mostly my diecast car collection consist of the 1:24 scale especially my NASCAR collection. They take up more room but they easier to see, maybe I’m getting older and need glasses but a story for another time. No matter what scale you collect they all look great and I’m sure that no one collects one scale and one scale only.

Don’t forget to get accessories for your collection; you can get car lifts, figurines, toolboxes, you can get a work shop and a crew to work on your cars. And let’s make sure to keep the dust off the diecast cars with some real nice display cases. You can place them in single display cases or a multiple wall mount display case. So if you are interested in diecast cars you should buy some diecast magazines. In the magazines you see all types of diecast cars from race cars to production cars. You can also check out your local hobby shop where you can get a close up look at all the different diecast cars. Don’t forget to ask your friends, they might be collector but just never talk about it. Your friends may be able to tell you of some good places to shop for your diecast models and where they have had good luck or bad luck in purchasing.