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Anthony Vincent: The Voice of 20 “Ten Second Songs”, With 6,194,908 Views on Youtube in only 6 weeks.

My name is Anthony Vincent and I’m the voice of Ten Second Songs,

 with  6,194,908  Views on Youtube in only Six Weeks.

 Katy Perry – Dark Horse (Sang in 20 Styles) Ten Second Songs 

Here’s “Dark Horse” in 20 different styles. Published on Mar 15, 2014

Anthony Vincent Interview  22.04. 2014  Marketing Genesis

Interview with Anthony Vincent:

Learn how Anthony Vincent of 10 second songs went viral with over six million views to his debut video in under a month.

With 6,194,908 Views on Youtube in only 6 weeks

Anthony’s 20 styles of Katy Perry’s Dark Horse was shared all over the internet including: reaching the top of reddit, Rolling Stone, Huffington Post, and many more.

In this interview you’ll learn:

How going viral isn’t all luck.
His real secret to his success (it’s not long curly hair).
What type of goals to set when creating your videos.
The simple offer he used to get big brands to share his video.

Discover more free training on how to grow your online business and marketing.

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Top 10 tips for improving your PPC landing pages. “Think humans and the robots will follow”: Hugsaðu vel um fólk !

Posted 17 November 2011 14:24pm by Arianne Donoghue

As Econsultancy highlighted earlier this month, Google has introduced the most significant changes to its PPC algorithm for some time.

We’re all aware of how important click-through rates are in determining your Quality Score but Google’s recent update now places greater emphasis on the importance of landing pages.

Alongside the undoubted effect such pages can have on improving conversion rate we’ve compiled Top Ten Tips for anyone looking to either build or choose the best possible landing pages for their campaigns.

1. Provide the best experience

We like to use the phrase, “think humans and the robots will follow”. This means providing the best possible experience for your users in terms of site navigation and usage etc.

Speed is becoming a growing factor not only in the Google algorithm (see this post from Matt Cutts last year) but tests by Google and by Amazon indicate users are increasingly using speed as a determining factor in where to purchase.

You can see how fast your site loads on Google’s Developers site.

2. Would you buy from you?

Get someone impartial to take a look at your site, what does it communicate in the first three to five seconds? Does it give a feeling of trust? Is your brand immediately obvious? What about purpose?

Without these things being clear you’ll struggle to achieve the conversion rates you want.

3. Make it clear

Are you using call-to-action buttons and images to make it clear what you want the users to do? Do you want them to call you, send an enquiry, make a purchase or all three?

Clarity on the desired action will help maximise conversion rates and make your site more effective.

4. Make it easy

Once you’ve made it clear to users what you want from them, make it easy for them to take that course of action. If you want them to buy something, make the purchase journey as simple and straightforward as possible by making calls to action obvious, keeping the basket/checkout process hassle-free and ensuring that any other information they might need (such as returns, FAQs etc) is easily available.

5. Fulfil the promise

Be sure to think about what users might have had in mind when they clicked on your ad. Did you promise a special offer? A certain product? Make sure that you confirm whatever expectations might have been set before.

Disappoint them and they will be sure to leave.

6. Synchronicity

From keyword, to the ad, through the landing page, your messaging and tone of voice must be consistent. This will help very early on to build trust and set expectations, improving the possibility of conversion.

7. Be specific

Always be as specific as possible. If the user is searching for a particular product then deep-link them to specific product pages. Admittedly, this is not always possible, but the ability to save user’s valuable clicks will reap rewards.

The fewer clicks it takes to get to a conversion, the more conversions you’ll get.

8. Keep It Simple, Stupid

Of course, the K.I.S.S. principle was always going to feature somewhere. Finding a balance between this and tip seven is tricky but, it can be done. Don’t worry about filling every available space.

Sometimes leaving the important elements with room to stand out is the best design decision you can make.

9. Use dynamic keywords

Trial the use of dynamic keywords on your landing page. This allows you to get away with creating fewer versions of a page and using a field in the referring URL to populate text on the page.

You’ll then create super relevant pages that can help boost quality score and cut the minimum CPCs required to participate in the auction. After introducing dynamic keywords for one of our clients we’ve found that the average minimum CPC was cut by half. It also has the added benefit of making your site appear more relevant once a user clicks through.

10. Why me

Be sure to tell your customers why you should buy from them, rather than someone else. It’s not enough to assume that they know – and even if they did, a reminder of your USPs and stand-out qualities is no bad thing.

Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive but, when you start to get things right the results will be obvious. Allied to improvements in conversion rates, the cost savings generated via relevancy and improved Quality Scores will have the combined effect of making your campaigns exponentially more efficient.

If you have any other tips to share we’d love to hear them.

www.netkaup.is      http://econsultancy.com/

Netkaup.is og tækni leitarvéla

Netkaup og tækni leitarvéla á internetinu.

Með tækni leitarvéla er mögulegt að skapa hnitmiðaða traffík með SEO, beint inn á þína heimasíðu, markvissar heimsóknir, umferð án endurgjalds.

Netkaup.is leggur til aðstoð og ýmsar gagnlegar upplýsingar varðandi markaðssetningu í sambandi við kaup og sölu á vörum og þjónustu á internetinu.

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www.netkaup.is : It’s about Affiliate marketing, þ.e. tengsla sölu

www.netkaup.is  :  It’s  about Affiliate marketing, þ.e. tengsla sölu

Affiliate marketing (see Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) is a marketing practice in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought about by the affiliate’s marketing efforts.

Examples include rewards sites, where users are rewarded with cash or gifts, for the completion of an offer, and the referral of others to the site. The industry has four core players: the merchant (also known as ‘retailer’ or ‘brand’), the network, the publisher (also known as ‘the affiliate’) and the customer. The market has grown in complexity to warrant a secondary tier of players, including affiliate management agencies, super-affiliates and specialized third parties vendors.

Affiliate marketing overlaps with other Internet marketing methods to some degree, because affiliates often use regular advertising methods. Those methods include organic search engine optimization, paid search engine marketing, e-mail marketing, and in some sense display advertising. On the other hand, affiliates sometimes use less orthodox techniques, such as publishing reviews of products or services offered by a partner.

Affiliate marketing—using one website to drive traffic to another—is a form of online marketing, which is frequently overlooked by advertisers. [1] While search engines, e-mail, and website syndication capture much of the attention of online retailers, affiliate marketing carries a much lower profile. Still, affiliates continue to play a significant role in e-retailers’ marketing strategies.[2]


Mind Your Manners : Social Media Marketing

Mind Your Manners : Social Media Marketing
Good manners is essential when it comes to interacting with others using social media networks as a marketing tool.
It’s true you will not find a list of dos and don’ts when it comes to social media marketing, but you must mind your manners in order for your efforts in social marketing to be successful.
Social media marketing is about interaction, interaction creates relationships and those relationships open up the opportunity for you to share information about your products and services.