If you live in the US, by not having your details on the Internet, you effectively miss a market of around 90 million consumers, who each spend an average of 3 hours per day on the net or email.
One of the cool things about internet marketing, is that often times if you are targeting people very specifically, it’s not like really having to persuade a person to buy anything. If they land on your site, and your promote meets their exact need, often the sale may be made before they even end up there. That’s why relevance is so important. It’s also the reason you want to be using “buyer triggered” keywords if your marketing strategy. When they come to your site, and you have an excellent product at fair value, you are half way there. With a bit of persuasive pre-selling that you have the best answer for them, sales can be made very easily.
Really that is not risky, because in future we find the big demand for properties/housing. Typically, when more entry-level jobs are available here, means more people need property/housing. But for investing in real estate you should always be smart. S.M.A.R.T. stands for Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic, and Timely. You should always use a real estate agent, because he provides you good advice and guidance for buy/sell.
What is “Bounce Rate” and what is a good one? Bounce rate means the number of visitors who hit your site and ‘bounce right out again’, not looking at other pages. The lower this number is the better. What a good bounce rate is cannot be set in concrete as there are too many factors involved, but what i have done is look at my bounce rate for a year’s date range, and then compare my current rate with that. Am I doing better or worse than my own average?
Google is a 20 billion dollar a year company and growing. AdWords has progress enormously since it was introduced and it is very competitive. Nobody back then thought this would turn out to be what it is today. You can lose a lot of money by being wrong about AdWords and it’s never been possible to make more money by being right about AdWords.
If the article is too long, cut it in smaller portions. Who would want to bore their readers by having a novel in their blogs? I guess, no one would. Go direct to the point and put emphasis only in important points. But what if there are too many points to tackle? You can still divide them and create a new article for the other important details. Instead of having one length article, it can be made into three short, yet information-rich articles.
Review all marketing activities and only cut those that are not delivering. Only keep activities that have been proven to yield results. Testing and measuring your marketing activities is key to this and if you don’t yet do it, shame on you! Get a measurement system in place pronto.
The SEs have gotten very sophisticated and know when the subject of the page is closely related to the search phrase. So keep it simple and clear and make sure it answers the question your customer asked. Then provide a link to your products page or to other relevant content.