Weekend (useful) reminders

Here is some good advice. I love this time of year. More Daylight, longer days!

Please turn your clock ahead (if local laws permit).
Replace the batteries in all your smoke detectors.
If you don't have smoke detectors, buy a few. They're really cheap now.
If you can find some neighbors who might need smoke detectors, buy some for them.
Take out your #1 and #2 credit cards. Call the number on the back and say, "I think I'm going to need to cancel my account because your interest rate is too high." Then wait silently. Watch what happens. Boom, I just saved you a few hundred dollars.
Feel free to use that money to pay down your credit card debt. Or,
make sure you have tenant's insurance if you rent. And,
back up your hard drive.
Boom. Spring cleaning is done.

Seth Godin

Robert Kiyosaki explaining why he recommends Network Marketing,especially for people who are looking to shift towards B Quadrant.

Maybe this will shed some light on why we do this business

Great Blogs You Should Visit Now

These are some great blogs to visit if you are interested in home business,business ethics,technology,web presence,affiliate marketing:

I have to include my self
MLM Canada
Andrew Murphy dot net
MLM Blog
Kim Klaver Blogs
Todd Falcone
Duct Tape Marketing
MLM Today
Network Marketing Central
Buzz Canuck
John Chow dot com

What is a Lead Capture Page? Why Should You Have One?

Carl Sorensen

A lead capture page could be considered any website that allows your visitor to enter their contact information to request more information on your product or opportunity.

Rather than have your visitor rifle through your entire affiliate site reading through pages and pages of information a lead capture page is designed to be simple yet deliver a very direct message about your business opportunity or products.

When you put forth too much information to a website visitor in the wrong fashion you will scare them off the moment they arrive at your site. You are simply providing them with too much information on your site when they haven't even really asked to even see it yet.

When you tease your visitors with a lead capture page we give them one course of action to take.

If they are interested in your product or opportunity they will surely submit their information through the lead capture page. When this occurs the prospects details will be delivered to you in real-time.

You will have a fresh, qualified lead for your specific program. At the same time the prospect will be re-directed to a website of your choosing. You can have them re-directed to either your affiliate site, online presentation or thank you page.

You already possess their contact information so at this point in time it really doesn't matter where they go. You can follow up with them at your leisure.

This is building your own personal list at it's finest.

Not only that but you will be collecting names and contact information from people who are actually interested in your specific business.

You cannot go out and buy leads like this, the only way to get them is to use a lead capture page and generate them yourself.

Why spend $100's or $1000's on leads when you could spend that same money on advertising your lead capture page and generating the best prospects money can buy for a price that any network marketer could afford. EZLeadCapture Basic Membership">source Carl Sorensen

Another Way The Rich Differ: They're Online Longer

by Adrienne W. Fawcett, Thursday, Mar 8, 2007 5:00 AM ET

IN ADDITION TO BEING WEALTHIER, thinner and having better handbags than everyone else, affluent Americans spend more time on the Internet.

And when they're online, they're searching instead of surfing.

According to a study on affluence and online activity by JupiterResearch, Americans with annual household income over $100,000 spend a median of 17 hours a week online, compared with 14 hours for everyone else. They also are more aware of advertising and are more active online.

A good chunk of their Internet time is focused on business rather than pleasure--including such functions as online banking, bill payment, stock trading and media engagement. The study found that 20% of affluent people visit Web sites dedicated to business compared with 11% of other folks, and 37% of affluent people did research for work online, compared with 27% of non-affluents.

Because the affluent are so focused on searching for information, most display ads don't work on this important demographic. "If you're marketing to affluents, it should be about search advertising and giving people resources so they can find information online rather than banner ads and pop-up ads," said Mark Best, analyst with JupiterResearch.

Another Way The Rich Differ: They're Online Longer

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