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Here is an opportunity to have your own Turn-Key Subscription Business that passes all the work to your customers and still leaves them happy to pay you $97 each month. The basic premise of this is Reputation Management. This is a service that warns businesses of bad reviews or comments right away, not weeks later–so they can do something about it immediately (before social media goes crazy with the bad comments) and create customer goodwill. We all know how important that is for businesses these days. If you think any of your customers could use this type of service, you’re in business. The monthly fee you would pay is $67 (or more like $41 a month if you pay for a year upfront) and you resell it to your customer for $97 a month (each month). If you just sell it to one customer, you’ll be ahead of the game and that’s recurring income. Walt is also providing a 30-day trial guarantee: “If within the first 30 days you decide this isn’t for you – you can request your money back in full and the resellers account will be closed with no hard feelings.”

This opportunity is only available until September 10 (one week – it began 9/3) so don’t delay if you’re interested in this. Check it out for yourself here.

Plus, you get this “No Sales. No Fee. Guarantee” which is “Once you have been a reseller with us for 12 months. If you haven’t made any sales (remember that just ONE and you are hundreds of dollars in profit) then you will not have to pay another single CENT until you do make that first sale.” Find out more information at this link.

To Your Success,

Suzanne

P.S. Remember, it’s only available until September 10.

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statisticsI’m sure you’ve heard that infographics are all the rage, especially on Pinterest. Below is a list of 14 places where you can search out statistics on your topics in order to create an infographic.

1. Numberof – find the number of jelly beans in a jar (930 in a gallon jar).

2. Knoema – charts and graphs visualized for data

3. Google Public Data – charts on front page relate to what is currently trending

4. Gallup – continuously updated data

5. DataMarket – DataMarket brings complex and diverse data together so you can search, visualize and share data in one place and one format.

6. NationMaster – graph format

7. SciVerse – Database of scientific articles

If you know of other statistical sites, please share a link in the comments below.

Now that you know where to get your statistics for whatever topic you’re working on, you might try this easy-to-use infographics program.

To Your Success,

Suzanne

P.S. If you get a chance, check out our Pinterest boards at http://www.pinterest.com/WordProcessPlus/

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Dec
06

3 Ways to Save Time

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Pingraphy is now called Viraltag. It allows you to schedule Pins in Pinterest! You can even add effects, custom text, adjust brightness and more.

With Viraltag you can track Likes, Comments, and Repins for every pin, and it integrates with Google Analytics for reporting and insights!

Start a free trial today and save something we’re all short on–time!

To Your SUCCESS,

Suzanne

P.S. Speaking of being short on time, if you shop Amazon (which helps you save time) the Holiday Season has to be the best time to try Amazon Prime with a 30-day free trial (plus you get unlimited FREE 2-day shipping with any order).

P.P.S. A great gift idea for your favorite reader might be a subscription to Audible. Follow this link to download one free audiobook: http://bit.ly/1b8fcAs

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Aug
08

Creating and Using Boards for Business

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When you open a Pinterest account, you’ll notice that you’re given several boards to help you get started. Each board has a theme, such as “Products I Love” and “Books Worth Reading.” But if you’re using Pinterest for business, you’ll want to create boards that are relevant to your offerings and message.

Creating boards is simple. On your home screen, just click “Add” and then click “Create a Board.” From there you can name your board, select a category and dictate who can pin to the board.

Here are some tips for using Pinterest boards for business.

* Put some thought into your board names. An interesting name will entice visitors to look at your board, and targeted keywords will help with SEO. Combine these two elements to come up with the most effective board names.

* Choose an appropriate category. The categories are pretty straightforward, so this shouldn’t be too difficult. The important thing is to remember to choose one. If you create a new board as you’re making a pin, you are not asked to choose a category, and you may not remember to go back and do it later. Then your board will not show up for users when they browse the site by category, and you could miss out on visitors.

* Add a description. The board description is often neglected, but it’s a great opportunity to create interest and work in keywords.

* Rearrange your boards as needed. You can put your boards in any order you like, so place those that you want to feature first. If you have lots of boards, remember that those that are above the fold will get more visits than those that visitors must scroll to see.

* Choose board covers wisely. Each board has one photo that is featured as its cover. You can change the cover at any time by hovering over the board and clicking “Edit Board Cover.” From there you can choose any photo from the board. Select one that will make visitors want to see more.

* Create boards that will draw attention. Think about what you can do for Pinterest users, not what they can do for you. Themes that are useful or entertaining will bring in the most visitors. Instead of just creating a glorified catalog or advertisement, create boards that feature information or advice that is relevant to your market. Make them smile, laugh, and think.

You can’t have a great Pinterest presence without great boards. Concentrate on coming up with fun, attractive or helpful themes, and your audience will eagerly await your pins.

P.S. You can check out our boards at WordProcessPlus

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Apr
30

Pinterest Stats

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According to Wikipedia, Pinterest is a pinboard-style social photo sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme-based image collections such as events, interests, hobbies and more. Users can browse other pinboards for inspiration, ‘re-pin’ images to their own collections and/or ‘like’ photos. Pinterest’s mission is to “connect everyone in the world through the ‘things’ they find interesting” via a global platform of inspiration and idea sharing.

Pinterest allows its users to share ‘pins’ on Twitter and Facebook which allows users to share and interact with a broad community.It is one of the “fastest growing social services in the world.” Check out this link for some very interesting statistics on Pinterest.

Be sure to comment and let me know what you think!

Thanks for reading.

Suzanne Faris

 

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