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9 Tips for Selling New Products Online

New products are fun and exciting, but they don’t do you or your customers any good unless people know about them. Once they know about your products, you have to make sure they understand why they need them, so you have a lot of work to do. To help you out, here are 9 tips for selling new products online that will help you with your next product initiative.

When you take on a new product, you don’t want to just throw it out there on the Internet somewhere and hope that someone happens by your store and buys it. Determine who your likely clients are and then develop a targeted marketing campaign. You can use pay per click advertising, social networking, affiliate marketing, or a variety of other messages to get your message out. An orderly, well thought out plan will almost always get you the best results.

Interview: Ian Lopuch from PPCIan.com

PPC internet marketing can be one of the most profitable areas to make money online with, but can also be one of the most difficult ones to scale properly. Now who do you go for the best advice on PPC and search engine marketing? The answer is simple, you go check out Ian Lopuch’s blog about Pay Per Click marketing and SEM. I’ve gotten to be good friends with Ian, as we frequently learned from each other through our blog posts, and he has even helped me with my college career!

Ian has had over 6 years experience in the PPC industry and is now the Director of Search Marketing at a large publicly traded company. You can watch one of his presentations on PPC marketing that he did at the Standford Graduate School of Business here to learn more about PPC if your completely new to it. He is truly at expert at what he does, so rest assured that your in safe hands on his blog! So without further ado, enjoy the exclusive interview that I was able to get from Ian himself!

10 Things You Need To Prepare for Before You Start Freelancing

You answer to yourself, need to motivate yourself, have to earn the money yourself and deal with all the flak in between. Moving from the stability and slow pace of the corporate world to the breakneck, dog-eat-dog freelance world is more of a culture shock than many people care to think. So if you’re considering leaving your cubicle for one last time and starting up your own freelance business, take heed of these tips to smooth the transition.

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