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How to Target High-Income Buyers With AdWords

 

The marketing days of “toss it against the wall & see if anything sticks” are long, long gone. I understood the value of targeting my audience several decades ago when handling marketing and promotion for an NBA team then the Harlem Globetrotters.

The NBA then was not the dominant pro sports force it is today. Sellout crowds were rare and season ticket sales even more rare. College basketball was often a bigger draw than the NBA. And where NBA teams shared a market with a minor league ice hockey team the skaters usually drew bigger crowds.

My success came when I understood how to target my NBA audience in a market with pro football, major league baseball and a minor league hockey team – all with Division 1 college teams in our drawing area.

What I learned in my two NBA seasons played well when hired by the Harlem Globetrotters to bring needed skills to that venerable enterprise. Our tools then were rudimentary, but the basics haven’t changed much over time.

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Why People Don’t Make Money Online

start a business I help people make money online. I prefer helping people wanting to start and run an Internet-based business. Sure, I offer assistance to those chasing “the dream” of fast riches and quick returns with little work. However, my goal is developing a sustainable business I can operate anywhere I have an Internet connection.

The wife and I enjoy travel and spend as much time as possible away from our California home base. Wherever we go I have my laptop along and usually put in a few hours a day working online. It’s easy to do because I enjoy working at my online business. I usually awaken earlier than most and put in a couple of productive hours before others are up and about.  There’s always something to do to advance my business position.

The number one reason many people don’t make money online is they don’t ask for the order.

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The Lazy Man’s Way To Stop Doing and Accomplish Something

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What will you accomplish tomorrow?

Not do –accomplish!

Have you even thought about it?

Sure, you probably have a to-do list – and most of the items have nothing to do with personal or business success.

The items on a typical to-do list are simply time vampires.

We make them important. They’re easy, mindless, mostly non-motivating tasks we perform kidding ourselves they’re important.

Some of us accomplish more in less time because we strip away what isn’t important. Like Aleut Alaskan natives carving walruses. The carver starts with raw material and cuts away everything that isn’t a walrus.

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NO EASY MONEY, NO EASY BUSINESS, NO EASY SUCCESS

make_money_online_easy_free No matter how you are sold, how enticing the offer, how likable the salesperson, or proof others do it with great financial success accept the fact that there is easy way to make money on the Internet or in any other business.

There are easier ways to make money, surely.  They may be less physically challenging, less mentally demanding, are smarter ways to work, but there is no absolute easy moneymaking system, process, business, or secret.  Well, there is one exception.  If you truly enjoy doing something, really enjoy the process, activity, and all attendant actions, you may think your business is easy.  It is just easier for you than it is for someone not filled with your passion.

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Aspirational versus Inspirational

Reblog from Gloria Mattioni’s  ‘Be Reckless’

We live in an “aspirational” society. Aspiration and ambition could be good things but often drive people crazy. Aspiration refers to material things you can possess. Inspiration refers to immaterial things you wish to be. When you choose “have” versus “be”, you set yourself up for disappointment and frustration. No matter how nicer car or bigger house you will buy, there will always be some better ones you could have and don’t. It’s the famous “greener lawn” stereotype and, as with many stereotypes, there is some truth to it. But if you shift focus and perspective, and choose to look for inspiration instead, you’ll have a garden of discoveries at hand. You are what you are by essence, sure. But you also grow into a new person day by day, depending on what experiences you have. What you do counts. How you do it, even more. What you eat, what you read, what you listen to, but also how you look around. The way you listen and observe and learn. The way you interact with others. It’s like nature. A plant will bloom earlier and more bountiful depending on what nourishments she will receive. You are the gardener responsible of you own blooming. Look for inspiration, and you will become an inspiring person as well. And the best part of gardening yourself is that it is the most creative task you can imagine. Instead of consuming, you will be producing. And your “work” will produce something—a new and better you—that will give you the same satisfaction an artist gets form his/her work. You’re your never to-be-finished masterpiece. You are a life-project that will never end. Not even death will interrupt this creative project because you will live in the legacy you’ll live behind. Isn’t that just GREAT?

via be-reckless.blogs.com

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