Don’t fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things. The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have. ~~Louis E. Boone
This was the second Sunday Conference of 2012 and the number of attendees keeps on rising but not enough. Every Sunday a heads up mail reminder is sent along with what the topic material will be.
We have a scheduler that posts it as well and our staff SHARE it with Yahoo, Facebook etc members. These are techniques you no doubt use to advertise your offers? Wonder why so few respond?
Maybe they do not read either?
Nevertheless, where you or your subscribers go in 2012 is up to you . Becoming a timely reader of what is important to your growth, attending conferences where you might learn a trick or two, being on top of your game is all action only you can do.
Power Credits Work
Our topic was creating power credits. So many people are sitting on a horde of surf-earned credits while others struggle to get a few.
Doing the support work and awarding our regular surfers credit, banner and text impressions for their daily surfs tells quite a story.
I know who surfs, hordes and never assigns as well as your many subscribers who work their hearts out and could sure use your help.
The Buck Stops Here
That means I will share a condition with you, however the action has to come from you.
The Three times power story is really simple. You place a URL in a Traffic Exchange [TE] then you triple its advertising power by adding a complimentary banner AND a text link for maximum exposure.
The complaint is poor response.
Do you understand that hits are NOT credits? That you earn hits while surfing then you CONVERT (icon) them to credits and from there to banner and text impressions?
Thus it stands that if you are sitting on thousands of hits and get no responses then maybe it is time you took another look? Just hits equal hits.
Most importantly, you assign them or you still get minimum to zero exposure. Hits CONVERTED mean credits that can be assigned and that does mean signups.
Now you know an important part of what was shared last night. The rest? Well if you have a good sponsor and they were there, you might get lucky IF you read their mail to you.
Make a point to attend the next Sunday conference. Nothing else compares to first hand exposure for understanding.
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