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WHAT'S NEW FOR YOUR SUMMER?
by Theresa Cahill
Copyright 2005 - All Rights Reserved
Ah summer! You're either getting ready to enjoy the
carefree possibilities at home, at the shore, in the
mountains... or like millions of home-based business
people, you'll be working hard on your online endeavors
... right? Business as usual.
One mistake many online marketers make, especially if
you're new to marketing, is to think there's always
"I'll submit to the search engines... tomorrow."
"I'll submit my ad to my favorite ezine... tomorrow."
"I'll look for ways to generate traffic... tomorrow."
The saying, "The early bird catches the worm!" wasn't
just a catchy phrase someone thought up years ago.
It's a fact.
Though the sunshine and swimming pool may beckon you
outside (and do get out you definitely need Vitamin
D), taking care of business first will help you stay
ahead of those that think they can do it later.
But... where to go and what to do?
Though budget must play a paramount part in how often
and what sort of advertising you do, even those with
cashflow need not spend tons of money to promote.
My article, "2005 Reality Check," lists 14 different
methods for advertising online. How many do you
implement on a consistent (there's the key word)
Yes, the summer months are tempting to take it easy,
but I'm willing to bet with a tiny bit of effort, you'll be
able to track down numerous cost-effective summer
advertising specials - most likely starting right here
in this ezine!
Don't rest on your laurels, things move way too fast
on the net for the over-confident. Find your niche,
spend an hour each morning before going off to the
ballgame, and you'll find come September you are
lightyears ahead of the crowd.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Theresa Cahill is the owner of
My Wizard Ads. Her job is to make your online advertising
experience as effective and effortless as possible!
Come grab your own FREE MWA Ezine Reader/Ad Updater
download and find out how very EZY advertising can be!
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