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How to Deal with Challenges When Selling On Amazon

At Joe Aro dot Com we strive to bring expert advice of value to those making money on the Internet. Whether you are starting out or a seasoned online business veteran articles found here will help you increase online earnings. A proven method for making money online is selling on Amazon and eBay.

I research many forms of Internet marketing and online business opportunities. I’m an affiliate marketer for several Internet based retail selling platforms. Along with creating my unique content, I publish worthy items from a variety of Internet business resources.

The article below is Amazon sellers. It is from this month’s eBay and Amazon Seller’s News, published by Skip Mcgrath.  McGrath is my go-to authority for everything Amazon and eBay. He publishes valuable content for those of us selling on those platforms. I encourage you to visit his site and sign up for the monthly newsletters.

This particular item from Mcgrath’s newsletter is a guest article by John Hawthorn from Floship. Floship is an international Fulfillment service for Online sellers.

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Reuse Your Content – For Higher Ranking & More Sales

A strength of the Internet is nothing is never ‘one and done’ – what you publish is available forever. What you put up may never go away. That’s true unless you remove your website or blog site where content resides. Even then ‘shares’ of your material may be on other sites – forever.

However, not everyone reads your blog posts when you put them up. Not everyone opens your email messages when you send them. How do we get more from our content? How can we get more email opens?

Here are some tips for getting maximum bang for your content creation effort.

Armando Roggio never fails to offer great online marketing tips. In a recent post he recommends starting a podcast using recycled material. This item is an excerpt from a recent post by Armando. He offers a tried and true tip for recycling your material.

Podcast 3 Now in the second month of the new year, refresh your content marketing plan. Consider creating a podcast from your blog posts.

Each episode of the podcast might be as simple as reading a post verbatim, perhaps, with an opening introduction and closing thank you.

According to a report on statistics website Statista, about 17 percent of American adults listen to podcasts. But it is estimated that only about three percent of marketers use podcasts to reach potential customers. This may mean that podcasting could represent an opportunity for some small businesses to engage potential customers in a less competitive environment.

A blog-driven podcast might have a secondary benefit, too. This year website accessibility may garner some attention, as regulatory bodies, courts, and businesses define what it means to make a website accessible to folks with disabilities.

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3 Ways to Get More from Your Facebook Ads

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The following is a guest blog post from Andrea Vahl, Social Media Consultant, speaker and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-in-One for Dummies. Entrepreneur.com named her one of its 50 Favorite Online Influencers in 2014. She blogs as her alter-ego, Grandma Mary, at AndreaVahl.com.

Are you thinking about using Facebook ads? Or maybe you are using Facebook ads, but aren’t getting the results you want. In either case, you can get better return on your investment if you use these easy tips when running your campaigns.

1.    Start with Split Testing Your Facebook Ads

Split testing is basically the practice of varying one thing in a series of ads and measuring to see which change received the best results. So when you are going to split test a set of ads, you’ll test which different keywords, images, text, or types of ads performed the best for you. Split testing is the key to getting cheaper cost per clicks and cheaper conversions.

When you split test Facebook Ads, start with testing different targets and demographics. It’s hard to only vary one keyword or one exact change, but if you can, you’ll know exactly which keyword performed best. Keep the ad itself the same and then only change the different target audiences so you will know which target works best.

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A ‘Big Blog’ Strategy Anyone Can Use for More (and Better) Traffic

Some blog posts and articles about online traffic are too good not to share.

This outstanding piece by Sonia Simone of Rainmaker Digital is required reading.

Most of us stand on our heads to increase traffic to our sites.

We live and thrive by increasing traffic.

Along with traffic we want shares. Shares increase our reach. Shares generate traffic.

Traffic generates revenue.

That’s an online marketer’s version of E=mc@.

Read on my friends, and enjoy.

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What to Consider for 2018 to Grow Your Internet Business

 

I’m serious about my Internet business. There are several people I follow online. Some I even pay for mentoring. One reliable resource is Gauher Chaudhry. He’s located in the Ontario province of Canada. Gauher’s specialty is banner advertising.

I work hard generating organic traffic. I also use paid advertising. SEO and other organic traffic generating tactics go only so far.

The idea is always ‘buy for a nickle and sell for a dime”. That along with understanding the purpose of business is creating customers demands we invest (spend) on our business.

Many I know fail their Internet business responsibility because they’d rather spend on shiny things. Those shiny lures may be a software program promising riches, or plugins auto creating popup ads, or some other nifty process to make you rich and your work easier.

However, you get a greater return via advertising than many of the shiny things we buy. Plan your Internet business is what we hear often. Part of that planning is allocating advertising dollars. As little as $5 a day gets you started. I believe you’d give me $5 if I promised to give you $10 in return.

That’s what business is about.

I buy many tools. Too many in the opinion of my friends. But I buy and test a product before I sell it. That goes for software. Hard 3 dimensional items I sell online like fishing reels or CPAP equipment I often test in a store. There’s nothing like handling a product and learning if you can put your faith in it.

I buy some other products I sell on my sites. Too many to mention here. The thing is I want to stand behind my products. I’m also very curious about quality and delivery. I want my customers, even though I rarely get to know them, to have a solid buying experience. That includes having products deliver what they promise in landing pages and upsell offers.

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