Three Clever Ways To Promote Your Online Business

by Robert Phillips Marketing

1. Electronic Catalog Marketing


Create a catalog of products or services in e-book or auto

responder form. Give the catalog away for free to your

web site visitors. Ask other web sites, that aren't in direct

competition with your business, if they would like to add

their products or services to the catalog. If they do, just ask

that in return they either link to your web site, run your

promotional ad in their e-zine or place your banner ad on

their web site for a set period of time. You could ask them

to also give away the free catalog because you would

already have your ad(s) in the catalog. Since you created

and compiled the catalog place your ad or sponsor ad at the

top or title page of the catalog. This technique will quickly

multiply your advertising.



2. Donate Your Publishing


Donate to libraries. There are thousands of school, college

and local libraries all over the United States and world.

Millions of people visit libraries everyday. Why not donate

your e-mail newsletter to them. You can find a huge list of

libraries on online yellow page web sites. Contact the library

by mail, phone or e-mail. Tell them you would like to donate

a free subscription of your e-mail newsletter. If they accept

find out if they want it sent by mail in print form or by e-mail

so they can print out the newsletter. You could also donate

your books, audio tapes, video's, booklets, etc. If you have

an e-book you could put it on disk or CD-ROM and donate

it. Just have your business ad included in the material you




3. Online Community Marketing


Create a popular online discussion board. Reward people

points for every message posted on your discussion board.

Let's say you reward each person 25 points for each

posting. You could give them a free product or service for

500 points which would add up to 20 postings on your board

from that one person. Just keep track of points for each

person that posts on your message board. This could also

work for e-mail discussion lists. Just post your promotional

ad at the top of your discussion board page. Everyone that

visits your discussion board will see your ad.


Robert Phillips

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