This Direct Response Lead Generator Will Compel Prospects To Contact You

With your SuccessWebsite, you are given ten very successful editorial-style ads that are being used regularly.  These ads have proven themselves over and over again in practically every market in North America and have been responsible for generating literally hundreds of thousands of leads for SuccessWebsite users.

Basically what you’re doing with this type of advertising is offering your prospects valuable information (rather than trying to sell them something), and making it look like news (and NOT like advertising).   If you do it right and can make your ad look like the editorial which surrounds it, you have a good chance of flying under the reader’s advertising radar and compelling them to read your ad.   And once they start reading it, they are motivated to continue because you’re talking about issues that matter to them, and offering them free, easily accessible answers to questions they want to know the answer to.

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Classified Ads – One Of The LEAST Understood, And One Of The BIGGEST Opportunities In Your Business

While the goal of your classified ads is the same as the goal of your editorial-style direct response ads (i.e.. to get prospects to pick up the phone and call you), the urgency of the prospects you will be attracting, and the way you must attract them, is somewhat different.

To begin with, most of these prospects who read the classified ads have already made the decision that they are moving soon, and that’s why they are reading the classified ads in the first place – to “shop” for a home.   As a general rule, then, prospects that read the classified are further along in the thought process about moving, and are now in the doing stage.   They’re starting to carry out their plan.

In the majority of cases, prospects who read your editorial-style ads are looking for information about moving; while those reading the classifieds are looking for a home to move into. (While the majority of the prospects reading the classifieds will be buyers, many of these buyers will also have homes to sell.   I’ll show you how to attract both buyers and sellers with this medium).
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The MOST Common And Costly Web Site Promotional Mistake and How to Avoid It

Most people think that just by plastering their web site address all over the map, that they will automatically generate lots of visitors.  Let me say this very strongly… IT JUST ISN’T TRUE!  This mistake can be extremely costly!  And, you will never know how many people have just passed you by.

Almost nobody will visit your web site just because they see your domain name.   Domain names have become so common in advertising these days, that on their own, they don’t generate any interest in your clients.  Get this point straight… You must ALWAYS give people meaningful and compelling reasons to visit your web site
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Proof Positive – How to use Testimonials on your Website

Skepticism is today’s number one trend.  No matter how good your USP or advertising is, people will not trust or fully believe your claims and promises unless you are able to back them up with PROOF.  One of the best ways to provide this proof is through the use of testimonials – and your website gives you the perfect vehicle for displaying them.

Since it is natural to distrust marketers, your goal should be to break down this distrust with powerful testimonials that convince prospects of your message.  This is done by offering specific proof of the results of your services.  Your testimonials need to be detailed and specific, including facts, figures and statistics, wherever possible.  It is these details that help prospects overcome skepticism, and gain trust in your claims and promises.

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Using Popup Windows Within Your Site To Generate More Leads For You

The use of popup windows has certainly increased dramatically over the past few years.  It is clearly the latest craze in online advertising.  And it certainly has stirred up quite a debate.

We’ve all seen popup windows that appear while surfing the web.  Usually these popup windows have absolutely nothing to do with anything that could possibly be of interest to us (I’m sure everyone has seen popups for the X10 camera).  As a result, the word “popups” is usually quickly associated with the word “annoying” or “bothersome”, or worse.  In fact, entire newsgroups and associations have been formed to attempt to fight the inherent evil of popups.  (Personally, I think this is a losing battle.  After all we still get commercials on television and radio and they are certainly far more intrusive than popup ads.)
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How To Target Buyers With The “6 Things You Must Know Before You Buy” Report

The idea behind this ad is to focus on an important prospect benefit. The most enduring way to compel a prospect to read and respond to your ad is to speak the benefit right in the headline. You’ll all be aware of the fact that News and Sensational Headlines which pique people’s insatiable curiousity can get a lot of attention (I’m sure you’ve at least witnessed this in the grocery store checkout if not done it yourself). But if you not only want to get your prospect to read, but also to act, you have to go beyond curiousity and speak to your prospect’s subconscious needs and wants. You have to answer the question “What’s in it for me?” This ad not only answers this question (by offering to explain to buyers how to avoid 6 costly mistakes before they buy), but it also takes a relatively easy route to do so by virtue of the fact that it is targeted at buyers. All of you know that it’s much easier to attract a prospect as a buyer than a seller. Sellers have their guard up against real estate agents, knowing that every agent in town is after their listing. Buyers do not have this same mindset given that Buyer Agency is still a relatively new concept. Buyers probably won’t think twice about requesting this information.
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How To Target Sellers With The “27 Tips” Report

The average person is bombarded daily with an ocean of options, choices, dilemmas, opportunities, threats, decisions, problems and tasks. It is said that the amount of information doubles every four years, and with the explosion of the internet, this is likely a highly conservative estimate.

For many of our questions, then, there are innumerable potential answers, and it takes a lot of digging, analyzing and TIME (something most of us don’t have) to separate fact from fiction, and sales hype from good, clear, objective, USEFUL answers. It’s a daunting task, but that doesn’t stop us from yearning for some easy answers and simple solutions to solve the problems we’re dealing with. All of us secretly want to believe in a magic wand which can easily produce a quick and easy synopsis of how to deal with whatever we’re dealing with.
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How To Target First Time Buyers (and Specifically Renters)

The Renters ad is one of the most powerful ads you can run. Every single time this ad runs, it elicits dozens of calls from prospects who pick up the phone and call. Not all of these callers are financially qualified to buy a home (although many are), and for this reason, there is an automatic sifting criteria built into the website script which weed out prospects you’d rather not work with BEFORE you waste your time following up with them.

This ad is targeted at First Time Buyers, and the copy draws them in by painting a picture they can see themselves in. What does this mean? Well, it means this. When this ad was written, the question asked was “How does it feel to be a renter?”

It was easy enough to answer this question. MOST of us know how it feels. As a renter, you feel like you haven’t quite made it yet. You know that you don’t really have control over your living space because you have to ask permission to do this or that to make it feel like yours. You know that your landlord could ask you to leave and take your “home” away from you. You know that every dollar you spend on rent simply goes to your landlord’s pocket and does nothing to help you with your future. There is no equity in renting. Underneath it all, you feel a little inadequate . . . a little resentful.
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