7 Simple Steps To Profit Without Your Own Product

Most people do not succeed on the internet because they are selling products no one desperately wants.If you want to be truly successful sell only things that people really really really want to buy!Sounds simple? It is.You only need to find out what people desperately want and then give it to them.Unfortunately most people online (and offline) are ignoring this basic fundamental law to sales success.So without further ado, just follow this 7 step system to profits even if haven’t made a dime online yet….1. Go to Ebay’s ‘Hot Item Forum’ and find out what products and services are selling well.2. Find a local wholesaler who sells the products or services that are selling well on eBay who doesn’t already sell on eBay (most won’t be)3. Ask them, “If I was able to move X amount of units of your product, what percentage of your profits would you share with me?”4. If they are interested and are willing to give you a decent share of their profits, get them to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement and a Joint Venture Contract. They are both simple documents that you can find and download from the Internet.5. Arrange shipping with the company. Ask them to dropship the products to the people who have purchased from you on Ebay. (If they won’t do this get them to ship pallets of the product to you for you to do the shipping.)6. Get them to provide you with a complete list of their in-stock inventory. You’ll then be in a position to offer related products to any eBay customers who purchase from you as extra backend sales. Just make sure you agree a good profit percentage on each backend product with the company.7. Advertise the products on eBay and rake in the cash. If you are a complete eBay newbie or you have very limited time, go to the ‘Easy Trading Assistant’ homepage to do the selling for you if necessary.This is a proven, simple, elegant formula for anybody with a few spare hours a month to make good profits online. It requires zero technical knowledge and even a complete newbie can get started immediately.It only requires some surfing of eBay & the Internet followed by a few phonecalls to some wholesalers. The rest is child’s play. In fact you can even use the eBay Trading Assistant to do the selling for you. (They would take a small cut of course).Remember on eBay the shipping cost is a standard extra that the bidder pays, so you should have no problem negotiating with the wholesaler a fair price to do the shipping for you.The most important factor to increasing your income is to launch what I call your own little ‘oil wells’ which bring you in cash like clockwork. The above system shows you how easy this is to do.A fantastic resource for this simple system is available at http://www.hotitemfinder.com/cliffsfriendsCopyright 2004 Clifford Mee

One Stop Bedwetting Launches Expanded Redesigned Website

One Stop Bedwetting, a leading provider of bedwetting alarms, waterproof mattress pads, vibrating watches and incontinence products, announced today the launch of it new, redesigned responsive website. The company’s new website projects One Stop Bedwetting’s broad portfolio of bedwetting solutions and enhanced customer support. It also captures the corporate values of the company and its achievements with the use of live customer chat and product videos.

The website redesign includes aesthetic enhancements to provide a more engaging user experience and enhanced navigation to help visitors easily find the information they need. Customers can browse the large selection of products, and subscribe to a biweekly bedwetting blog and get discount coupons and promotions delivered in their inbox.

Visitors get handy practical tips for dealing with bedwetting and will have the opportunity to watch on demand product videos, download user manuals and exchange emails with specialists. The website has a new section devoted to product reviews and testimonials so visitors can read and share opinions and make the right choice selecting a bedwetting alarm.

The company also announced that effective immediately, all domestic customers will get free shipping on purchase all bedwetting alarms and kits and avail unlimited access to bedwetting specialists. Customers can save up to 25% on already low prices of select bedwetting kits when ordered online.

According to a company spokesperson, “We are thrilled and proud to debut our new company website to our customers, doctors, partners and visitors who are looking to understand our products and services. This website redesign is truly another way we are committed to creating the best possible experience for our customers. We are certain that the redesign will reinforce One Stop Bedwetting’s position as a leading provider of bedwetting alarms, waterproof mattress pads and bedwetting solutions. With the new design, we expect an increase in website visitors and content consumption. We look forward to feedback and the exciting new developments to come.”

The site features a brand new resource center specially written by bedwetting specialists which provides visitors with exclusive enhanced bedwetting content and gives them a better understanding of the problem, its treatment and solutions. The collection of articles is especially targeted to educate the millions of individuals who suffer from nocturnal enuresis.

The company’s award winning products are widely recommended by pediatricians to stop nighttime bedwetting. The website features a complete assortment of wearable and bedside bedwetting alarms from popular brands including Chummie, Smart, Shield, Guardian, NewU and Zest, waterproof mattress pads from Prisma and potty training solutions from Joy.

“One of the many exciting new website features launched in early August was multi-currency order processing. This will be particularly beneficial for our large number of international customers who will not only be able to view product prices in their own currency but will also be able to pay using their local credit/debit cards without having to convert to US dollars. The advantage is that international customers will not be charged a currency exchange fee and the price they see is exactly what they pay! Shipping estimates and delivery times are calculated dynamically at the time of checkout.” said a company representative.

The revamped website also features an updated look with enhanced features, including easier navigation, product search, improved overall usability, updated information and a much requested bedwetting alarm finder tool. Designed by specialists, the alarm finder tool eliminates the confusion visitors often experience shopping for a bedwetting alarm. Visitors answer a few quick questions related to their sleeping habits and gender and the tool presents the right bedwetting alarm. Visitors are encouraged to explore the new website and sign up for One Stop Bedwetting’s mailing list to receive direct emails and discount coupons.

Food For Thought on Launching a Google AdWords Campaign

Focus your Google AdWords campaign on your target market. Know what customers you want and who you don’t want. As an example, if you’re a real estate salesperson, your prospective clients might be in a tightly defined geographic area; so there’s probably no need to launch a nation-wide advertising campaign. Your money will be better spent in your own back yard…unless of course you’re targeting clients who work for an out-of-area company that’s relocating people to your area. Google AdWords allows you to show your advertisements to the entire world, or to a narrowly focused metropolitan area. Geographic targeting is extremely important if your clients can be defined this way.

Look at your prospects from many different angles. Talk to past clients to really understand why they bought your product or service. Dig deep into their psyche. This will help you better define your offer and the message you’ll use to get people to want to learn more about it. Make sure your message resonates on an emotional or financial level. Here’s an example: let’s say you’re a wedding photographer looking to grow your business. Does you business offer “wedding photography services”, or “the opportunity to capture and preserve one of the most important days of your prospect’s life”? Your offer should be valuable in your prospect’s heart or wallet.

Does your website support your business? If you’re serving a market niche, your website should speak to this niche. If your customers are in the agricultural business, don’t show pictures of skyscrapers and cityscapes on your site. Your clients will appreciate seeing pictures of farms & trucks and will probably feel comfortable with green & yellow colors (John Deere). If you’re trying to sell a product online, make sure the product your client sees when they land on your site is the product you have featured in your online advertisement. This sounds simple enough, but you’d be surprised how many sites ignore this basic principle.

Does your website have the tools necessary to measure the effectiveness of your online campaign? Most of the template website providers offer some sort of tool for analyzing website traffic. If your website provider doesn’t offer a traffic analyzer, or if you have a custom-designed site, ask your site provider to install Google Analytics® – it’s free, easy to install, and provides a very clear picture about your website’s traffic. Website traffic tells you a lot about the behavior of your site visitors – how many users are visiting your site, what hours of the day they’re visiting, what geographic areas they’re coming from, how much time they’re spending on your website, how many & what pages are being viewed most often…the list goes on. A good traffic analyzer is worth its weight in gold. Without one, there’s no way to effectively manage an Adwords® campaign. You don’t drive a car without a speedometer or gas gauge, so don’t run a website without a traffic analyzer!

You’re not in the business of buying clicks, so don’t measure your AdWords campaign effectiveness by the number of click-thrus you’re receiving (and paying for). Set up measurable conversion goals, such as: online orders received, new users registering on your site, or downloading a free report. You’ll probably value new orders received from your AdWords campaign much more than you will the number of visitors hitting your site. The number of site visitors is exciting, but if they’re not moving closer to doing business with you, you’re throwing away your hard-earned money.

Once you’re ready, begin building a list of keywords and phrases you think your ideal prospects will use in a search engine that would lead them to your site. You should use a spreadsheet or word processor to quickly copy and paste words and phrases, in every variation possible. Include misspelled words. You’d be surprised how using misspelled words can place you higher in the search engine’s results at a fraction of the correctly spelled word! Google has some great tools for generating keywords. Create as many keywords as you can, but make sure they are relevant to what you’re offering.

Have a budget in mind. Google allows you to specify your daily advertising budget limit as well as how much you’re willing to offer for each keyword click-through. Make sure you take time to really think through how much you want to invest. If it’s $500 a month that’s less than $17.00 per day. If you have several hundred keywords and they are all bidding in the $1.00 range, you should receive 17 click-thrus to your site each day (in an ideal world). If you have a small budget, consider placing your bids on the keywords that are most relevant to your business.

Monitor and adjust. Monitor your campaign and adjust it until you start seeing the traffic you want. This process is as much art as it is science. Online advertising is an incredible tool for increasing sales. The beauty of Google AdWords – you can put your foot in the water to test it out before diving in. If you feel like your in over you head, get some professional advice. There’s a whole industry out there built around optimizing your AdWords campaign.