July 31, 2020
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Do you know anyone that likes to shop online?

Business Professional Taking Notes Intently

Business Professional Taking Notes Intently

Empathy is more than a buzzword. It’s not a box to be checked, or an added finishing touch for content. If B2B marketers want to successfully engage human audiences and break free from the deluge of irrelevant messages swirling around today’s customers, empathy needs to be at the center of all strategic initiatives from start to finish.

What Does Empathy Mean in B2B Marketing?

Empathy is defined simply as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. But I’m not sure that characterization fully does it justice in the context of modern marketing.

I rather like the way Zen Media CEO Shama Hyder described empathy in the better creative teamwork guide we helped our clients at monday.com put together:

“Empathy is critical. It’s much more than just having an understanding of what someone else’s challenges might be. Part of it is that you have to give up being a control freak. As leaders, we should really look at the big picture and ask ourselves, is this necessary? Or is this just politicking, or someone trying to make it seem like it has to be done this way because it’s the way they prefer?”

Shama was speaking from the perspective of a business leader trying to get on the same page as their team, but it applies just as well to marketing endeavors. The critical first step in developing empathy is disconnecting from our own ingrained perceptions and assumptions. Only then can we truly understand and support the audiences we want to reach.

Too often, empathy in marketing tends to be a bit narrow and self-centered (which is contradictory to the very concept itself). We often seek to understand only the challenges and pain points that drive interest in what we’re selling. Looking beyond this scope is necessary to build strong relationships founded on trust, especially now.

“What you are creating, marketing and ultimately selling is but one piece of your customer’s life as a human on Earth. One very small piece,” said Mary Beech, principal at MRB Brand Consulting and former CMO of Kate Spade, in an AMA article on empathy in marketing. “And if we aren’t keeping in mind their full journey, including their emotional, mental, social and physical needs — as well as the challenges and joys they are facing — we cannot do our jobs well.”

As Brian Solis wrote at Forbes recently, the need for empathetic customer experiences is greater than ever in the age of COVID-19 disruption. People have so much going on in their lives, and are facing so many unprecedented difficulties, that a myopic brand-centric focus is all the more untenable. “Traditional marketing will no longer have the same effect moving forward,” he argues. “If anything, it will negatively affect customer relationships rather than enhance them.”

Agreed. So, let’s find a better way.

Engaging with True Empathy in the New Era of Marketing

Imagine if it was possible to sit down and have an in-depth conversation with each one of your customers and potential customers. You’d gain first-hand insight into their worldviews, their challenges, their hopes and dreams.

Sadly, it’s not possible. You don’t have the time, nor do your customers. (Although I do recommend making a habit of engaging in direct, candid conversations with them when possible.) To make empathy scalable, marketers need to take advantage of all the tools at their disposal. This largely requires using data to connect the dots.

“It’s critical for marketers to have a real-time 360 view and understanding of a customer’s full journey, at every stage, from discovery to engagement to retention and loyalty to advocacy,” Solis wrote at Forbes.

Here are some suggestions for obtaining such a view:

Use empathy-mapping. This practice, explained in a helpful primer from Nielsen Norman Group, involves creating a visualization of attitudes and behaviors to guide decision-making. Empathy-mapping originated in the world of UX design, but given how much user experience and customer experience now overlap, it’s becoming a powerful tool for marketers.

Empathy Map

(Source: Nielsen Norman Group)

Coordinate and integrate your organizational efforts. Every customer-facing function in a company — marketing, sales, customer service — sees the customer from a different perspective. Seek ways to bring all these perspectives together into one centralized, holistic view. Per Solis: “Cross-functional collaboration is a mandate. As such, integration will become the new standard and will quickly become table stakes as every company rushes in this direction.”

Tap into meaningful influencer relationships. Influencers can play a key role in empathetic marketing because they have relationships and perspectives extending beyond our brand ecosystems. If they align with your audience, influencers can bring unique insight and connect at deeper levels. Turning influencer engagements from mechanical to meaningful is essential to accomplishing this.

Incidentally, Mr. Solis recently partnered with TopRank Marketing on the first-ever State of B2B Influencer Marketing report, in which our friend Ann Handley summarizes the impact quite well: “You could call yourself a good parent or a world-class marketer or an empathetic friend … but any of those things would carry more weight coming from your child, customer, or BFF. So it is with integrating influencer content: It’s a direct line to building trust and customer confidence.”

Research and engage with topics that matter to your customers outside of their jobs. Given the connotations of B2B, it’s all too easy to isolate our customer research around what they do professionally. But these are human beings with lives outside of work. To drive powerful engagement, marketers should search for the cross-sections between their brand’s purpose and values, and what matters to their customers.

A good example of this is found in the IBM THINK Blog, which is “dedicated to chronicling the fast-moving world of cognitive computing” and covers many important societal topics. (Recent focuses include a post on gender pronouns and a corporate environmental report.)

Examples of Empathetic B2B Marketing

Who’s getting it right and paving the way for a more empathy-driven approach to engaging B2B audiences? Here are a few examples:

Seeing human faces brings an instantly relatable element to any B2B campaign. That’s why Microsoft’s Story Labs microsite, which frames some of the company’s initiatives and guiding principles around real people and their stories, is so effective.

Microsoft Story Labs

Let Empathy Guide Your B2B Marketing Strategy

In order to walk in someone else’s shoes, you first need to untie and remove your own. Making empathy a core strategic pillar requires marketers to take a step back, disconnect from their ingrained perceptions and assumptions, and get fully in tune with the people they serve.

Only then can we create the type of relevant and personalized experiences that drive deep and long-lasting brand engagement.

For more tips that will help your business-oriented content strike notes of genuine empathy, read Josh Nite’s blog post on 5 Ways to Humanize B2B Marketing.

 

The post Boosting and Deepening Engagement through Empathy in B2B Marketing appeared first on Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®.

July 30, 2020
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Do you lose your job or business in this pandemic?

netblaze digital marketing app

The most important element of managing a small business is one that can fall through the cracks. Marketing.

Small business owners need a many-pegged rack to hold all their hats. Hiring employees, stocking supplies, tracking monies in and out, paying utilities and oh yeah, marketing. Marketing is an important aspect of small business management. But many owners don’t have the time or resources to devote to it.

Customer relationship management, social media management, reputation management and SEO to maximize online presence – don’t you wish you could handle all of that? Well, now you can. NetBlaze has launched an App that organizes those four components of a digital marketing plan. For more info, visit here.

NetBlaze Creates a One-Stop Marketing App

The new App brings NetBlaze’s low-cost, one-stop-shop digital marketing services to a simple platform. NetBlaze’s new app, for desktop and mobile, simplifies marketing management. The new App is very user-friendly, with an easy-to-navigate dashboard.

“In order to survive and thrive, a small business owner has to accomplish many things,” said Steve Clayton, CEO and co-founder of NetBlaze. NetBlaze is a national digital marketing solutions company for small businesses. “Arguably, the most important things are revenue maintenance and growth.”

Clayton said that small businesses need three things: new customers, retention of existing customers and growth of revenue from new and existing customers.

“The best way to achieve those things is though a comprehensive marketing plan,” he said, then added, “the biggest impact is with a digital marketing plan.” 

How Does the NetBlaze App Work?

The App takes four identified areas of marketing and maintains those on a dashboard.

“The Dashboard represents a one-stop shop where small businesses can be assured that all the important digital marketing efforts are being addressed and measured effectively,” Clayton explained. “It allows them to stop worrying about what they should or shouldn’t be doing and gives them the comfort that things are being done well.”

Here’s are some advantages:

  • Through the digital marketing efforts, a new customer discovers the business.
  • Existing customers can maintain contact and satisfaction.
  • Marketing can be ongoing using the existing customer base.

How are those things managed? NetBlaze’s SEO and reputation management help new customers not only find a business but select it. Through social media management (focusing on FB), keeps a business on the minds of customers. The customer relationship management (CRM) system provides ongoing communication with existing customers.

Cost and Value Comparison

The cost for NetBlaze is $297 monthly. Clayton said the dollars spent on the NetBlaze App are justified, because creating management for digital marketing contributes directly to a business’s bottom line.

“No small business owner can do everything that’s available to them in today world of digital marketing,” Clayton said. “The dashboard and supporting software create one place for the business owner to manage the critical components of marketing.”

“We understand that small business owners are stretched thinly, especially right now,” he added. “They face unprecedented challenges – such as trying to plan and execute a digital marketing strategy while navigating the most challenging and evolving landscape they’re likely to see in their lifetimes.”

Details of the New NetBlaze App

Customer Relationship Management

Clients can upload their entire current customer list the to platform. Promotions can be pushed out via email or text.

Social Media Management

NetBlaze will draft 12 pieces of social medial per content month, to be shared across social platforms.

Reputation Management

Customers can sync all their user review platforms, such as Yelp and Google ratings. They will review instant notification when a new review is shared.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Each customer gets a tailored SEO optimization plan, broken down by four months, which gradually improves their rankings.

Service & Assistance

Clients can chat directly with the NetBlaze service team.

“We worked to identify the most critical components of a small business owner’s digital marketing strategy and develop an App that takes out all the guess work,” Clayton said. “Our goal is to take care of digital marketing efforts so that our clients can get back to doing what they do best – managing one of the small businesses that are so critical to our national economy.”

Image: netblaze.com

This article, “NetBlaze Launches Digital Marketing App” was first published on Small Business Trends

July 30, 2020
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Do you lose your job or business in this pandemic?

Business Professional Taking Notes Intently

Business Professional Taking Notes Intently

Empathy is more than a buzzword. It’s not a box to be checked, or an added finishing touch for content. If B2B marketers want to successfully engage human audiences and break free from the deluge of irrelevant messages swirling around today’s customers, empathy needs to be at the center of all strategic initiatives from start to finish.

What Does Empathy Mean in B2B Marketing?

Empathy is defined simply as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. But I’m not sure that characterization fully does it justice in the context of modern marketing.

I rather like the way Zen Media CEO Shama Hyder described empathy in the better creative teamwork guide we helped our clients at monday.com put together:

“Empathy is critical. It’s much more than just having an understanding of what someone else’s challenges might be. Part of it is that you have to give up being a control freak. As leaders, we should really look at the big picture and ask ourselves, is this necessary? Or is this just politicking, or someone trying to make it seem like it has to be done this way because it’s the way they prefer?”

Shama was speaking from the perspective of a business leader trying to get on the same page as their team, but it applies just as well to marketing endeavors. The critical first step in developing empathy is disconnecting from our own ingrained perceptions and assumptions. Only then can we truly understand and support the audiences we want to reach.

Too often, empathy in marketing tends to be a bit narrow and self-centered (which is contradictory to the very concept itself). We often seek to understand only the challenges and pain points that drive interest in what we’re selling. Looking beyond this scope is necessary to build strong relationships founded on trust, especially now.

“What you are creating, marketing and ultimately selling is but one piece of your customer’s life as a human on Earth. One very small piece,” said Mary Beech, principal at MRB Brand Consulting and former CMO of Kate Spade, in an AMA article on empathy in marketing. “And if we aren’t keeping in mind their full journey, including their emotional, mental, social and physical needs — as well as the challenges and joys they are facing — we cannot do our jobs well.”

As Brian Solis wrote at Forbes recently, the need for empathetic customer experiences is greater than ever in the age of COVID-19 disruption. People have so much going on in their lives, and are facing so many unprecedented difficulties, that a myopic brand-centric focus is all the more untenable. “Traditional marketing will no longer have the same effect moving forward,” he argues. “If anything, it will negatively affect customer relationships rather than enhance them.”

Agreed. So, let’s find a better way.

Engaging with True Empathy in the New Era of Marketing

Imagine if it was possible to sit down and have an in-depth conversation with each one of your customers and potential customers. You’d gain first-hand insight into their worldviews, their challenges, their hopes and dreams.

Sadly, it’s not possible. You don’t have the time, nor do your customers. (Although I do recommend making a habit of engaging in direct, candid conversations with them when possible.) To make empathy scalable, marketers need to take advantage of all the tools at their disposal. This largely requires using data to connect the dots.

“It’s critical for marketers to have a real-time 360 view and understanding of a customer’s full journey, at every stage, from discovery to engagement to retention and loyalty to advocacy,” Solis wrote at Forbes.

Here are some suggestions for obtaining such a view:

Use empathy-mapping. This practice, explained in a helpful primer from Nielsen Norman Group, involves creating a visualization of attitudes and behaviors to guide decision-making. Empathy-mapping originated in the world of UX design, but given how much user experience and customer experience now overlap, it’s becoming a powerful tool for marketers.

Empathy Map

(Source: Nielsen Norman Group)

Coordinate and integrate your organizational efforts. Every customer-facing function in a company — marketing, sales, customer service — sees the customer from a different perspective. Seek ways to bring all these perspectives together into one centralized, holistic view. Per Solis: “Cross-functional collaboration is a mandate. As such, integration will become the new standard and will quickly become table stakes as every company rushes in this direction.”

Tap into meaningful influencer relationships. Influencers can play a key role in empathetic marketing because they have relationships and perspectives extending beyond our brand ecosystems. If they align with your audience, influencers can bring unique insight and connect at deeper levels. Turning influencer engagements from mechanical to meaningful is essential to accomplishing this.

Incidentally, Mr. Solis recently partnered with TopRank Marketing on the first-ever State of B2B Influencer Marketing report, in which our friend Ann Handley summarizes the impact quite well: “You could call yourself a good parent or a world-class marketer or an empathetic friend … but any of those things would carry more weight coming from your child, customer, or BFF. So it is with integrating influencer content: It’s a direct line to building trust and customer confidence.”

Research and engage with topics that matter to your customers outside of their jobs. Given the connotations of B2B, it’s all too easy to isolate our customer research around what they do professionally. But these are human beings with lives outside of work. To drive powerful engagement, marketers should search for the cross-sections between their brand’s purpose and values, and what matters to their customers.

A good example of this is found in the IBM THINK Blog, which is “dedicated to chronicling the fast-moving world of cognitive computing” and covers many important societal topics. (Recent focuses include a post on gender pronouns and a corporate environmental report.)

Examples of Empathetic B2B Marketing

Who’s getting it right and paving the way for a more empathy-driven approach to engaging B2B audiences? Here are a few examples:

Seeing human faces brings an instantly relatable element to any B2B campaign. That’s why Microsoft’s Story Labs microsite, which frames some of the company’s initiatives and guiding principles around real people and their stories, is so effective.

Microsoft Story Labs

Let Empathy Guide Your B2B Marketing Strategy

In order to walk in someone else’s shoes, you first need to untie and remove your own. Making empathy a core strategic pillar requires marketers to take a step back, disconnect from their ingrained perceptions and assumptions, and get fully in tune with the people they serve.

Only then can we create the type of relevant and personalized experiences that drive deep and long-lasting brand engagement.

For more tips that will help your business-oriented content strike notes of genuine empathy, read Josh Nite’s blog post on 5 Ways to Humanize B2B Marketing.

 

The post Boosting and Deepening Engagement through Empathy in B2B Marketing appeared first on Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®.

July 30, 2020
  • by

Do you lose your job or business in this pandemic?

netblaze digital marketing app

The most important element of managing a small business is one that can fall through the cracks. Marketing.

Small business owners need a many-pegged rack to hold all their hats. Hiring employees, stocking supplies, tracking monies in and out, paying utilities and oh yeah, marketing. Marketing is an important aspect of small business management. But many owners don’t have the time or resources to devote to it.

Customer relationship management, social media management, reputation management and SEO to maximize online presence – don’t you wish you could handle all of that? Well, now you can. NetBlaze has launched an App that organizes those four components of a digital marketing plan. For more info, visit here.

NetBlaze Creates a One-Stop Marketing App

The new App brings NetBlaze’s low-cost, one-stop-shop digital marketing services to a simple platform. NetBlaze’s new app, for desktop and mobile, simplifies marketing management. The new App is very user-friendly, with an easy-to-navigate dashboard.

“In order to survive and thrive, a small business owner has to accomplish many things,” said Steve Clayton, CEO and co-founder of NetBlaze. NetBlaze is a national digital marketing solutions company for small businesses. “Arguably, the most important things are revenue maintenance and growth.”

Clayton said that small businesses need three things: new customers, retention of existing customers and growth of revenue from new and existing customers.

“The best way to achieve those things is though a comprehensive marketing plan,” he said, then added, “the biggest impact is with a digital marketing plan.” 

How Does the NetBlaze App Work?

The App takes four identified areas of marketing and maintains those on a dashboard.

“The Dashboard represents a one-stop shop where small businesses can be assured that all the important digital marketing efforts are being addressed and measured effectively,” Clayton explained. “It allows them to stop worrying about what they should or shouldn’t be doing and gives them the comfort that things are being done well.”

Here’s are some advantages:

  • Through the digital marketing efforts, a new customer discovers the business.
  • Existing customers can maintain contact and satisfaction.
  • Marketing can be ongoing using the existing customer base.

How are those things managed? NetBlaze’s SEO and reputation management help new customers not only find a business but select it. Through social media management (focusing on FB), keeps a business on the minds of customers. The customer relationship management (CRM) system provides ongoing communication with existing customers.

Cost and Value Comparison

The cost for NetBlaze is $297 monthly. Clayton said the dollars spent on the NetBlaze App are justified, because creating management for digital marketing contributes directly to a business’s bottom line.

“No small business owner can do everything that’s available to them in today world of digital marketing,” Clayton said. “The dashboard and supporting software create one place for the business owner to manage the critical components of marketing.”

“We understand that small business owners are stretched thinly, especially right now,” he added. “They face unprecedented challenges – such as trying to plan and execute a digital marketing strategy while navigating the most challenging and evolving landscape they’re likely to see in their lifetimes.”

Details of the New NetBlaze App

Customer Relationship Management

Clients can upload their entire current customer list the to platform. Promotions can be pushed out via email or text.

Social Media Management

NetBlaze will draft 12 pieces of social medial per content month, to be shared across social platforms.

Reputation Management

Customers can sync all their user review platforms, such as Yelp and Google ratings. They will review instant notification when a new review is shared.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Each customer gets a tailored SEO optimization plan, broken down by four months, which gradually improves their rankings.

Service & Assistance

Clients can chat directly with the NetBlaze service team.

“We worked to identify the most critical components of a small business owner’s digital marketing strategy and develop an App that takes out all the guess work,” Clayton said. “Our goal is to take care of digital marketing efforts so that our clients can get back to doing what they do best – managing one of the small businesses that are so critical to our national economy.”

Image: netblaze.com

This article, “NetBlaze Launches Digital Marketing App” was first published on Small Business Trends

July 30, 2020
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Do you know anyone that likes to shop online?

Informed Decisions

Currnt is looking to help B2B marketers sort through COVID 19. The on-demand marketing intelligence startup provides a virtual market research toolkit. And they recently launched SmartGroups, a virtual focus group tool.

Small Business Trends contacted Tom O’Malley, founder and CEO of Currnt, to learn more. He described how the network of service delivery partners works.

Currnt B2B Marketing

“Currnt provides companies a product/ market fit through online expert focus groups and market advisory boards,” he writes. “It blends technology and people. The speeds and scale are not possible otherwise.”

The tool includes an AI-driven professional marketplace. Experts and industry professionals engage in virtual focus groups.  SmartGroups, KnowledgeStreams, and DesignSprints are the three products used. A team of freelance designers, consultants and others turn resulting insights into content.

Great for Marketers

The product is great for marketers looking for focus group participants; however, there’s another side.

Currnt is also good for freelancers in the gig economy looking to become thought leaders .

The company helps overcome challenges like missing market insights.

Suited for The Future

“Analog practices of the past are not well suited for the future,” O’Malley says. “Blending technology and people makes complex learning better, faster, smarter.”

He goes on to say that many business teams are silo’d away from their markets. The idea here is to establish first-hand exposure to the market so teams are aligned.

How It Works

O’Malley explains more about how it works.

“AI helps find and attract relevant global expert applicants to select the ideal participants.”

The subject matter experts are there to work on small business goals seven days a week. The result are continual insights. It’s a great way of staying on top of changing target market preferences. This is a great idea for fast changing B2B industries. Like manufacturing, tech and healthcare.

Engagements

These engagements turn into insights and a final product that businesses can use in their marketing efforts.

“Automations transform engagement into insights and content delivered to your design specifications,” O’Malley says. That can include blogs, reports, social media and even white papers.

Small businesses can get engaged in other ways too.

“SMBs can encourage their employees to join panels as individuals and increase their pace of learning,” O’Malley says. “ This ensures they stay relevant on fast moving topics. What’s more, they also sponsor their own panels and start learning  that way.”

Yearly Agreement

The costs can include a yearly agreement.

“It’s $8k a month on an annual agreement. That makes sure businesses can run a panel anytime during the year. Individual projects run from $30k to $50k.”

Finally, O’Malley says Currnt is looking forward.

“We are funding the business purely on revenues now,” he says. “But we’re rapidly approaching a tipping point that will bring in a new round of investors and accelerate growth .”

Image: currnt.com

This article, “Currnt Helping B2B Marketers Make Informed Decisions from a Distance” was first published on Small Business Trends

February 27, 2017

Email Lead Machine Review and Bonus

Email Lead Machine is a cloud based search engine that is designed to find emails by Keyword.  It can also search for emails by Social Platform and even download all emails from Websites you are interested in getting contact info from.

Are you still wasting money on Lead Generation methods that don't work.

"FINALLY...The ONLY Way To Generate Targeted Leads Instantly Online Without Investing A Single Penny"

Let's say you are selling a product to Real Estate Agents.  You could simply use Email Lead Engine and be able to quickly get the email address of every Realtor at any Company you wanted.

Or...

Let's say you just wanted to find other online marketers to create Joint Venture partnerships with.  You could search terms like "Make Money Online" or "Affiliate Marketing" and have an unlimited amount of new leads you can connect with via email.

Imagine being able to use a powerful software like Email Lead Machine to search for customers via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest or any other social network.

Email Lead Machine provides me with unlimited fresh email leads for any type of product, service or opportunity I'm promoting.  Long gone are the days I chase people around Facebook. ​

This is the absolute easiest way to generate leads for any business.  ​The only limit is your imagination.  Type in any type of customer you're looking for and "BOOM"...get their emails delivered for instant use.

You can get all set up and ready to ROCK in under 5 min’s even if you haven’t got a single technical bone in your body…

Your ticket to unlimited leads on demand is getting access to Email Lead Machine​ today!

February 27, 2017

Lead Target App Review and Bonus

What is LeadTarget?

LeadTarget is an artificial intelligence lead generation software that has been in development for over a year.

It eliminates the need to create different forms manually for different pages on a users’ website/blog. The software automatically detects the content on the page and single handedly creates a custom targeted opt-in form for that page.

It also has interactive opt-in forms, that work like a chat box. These interactive chat boxes initiate conversations with visitors, and have an automated conversation with them. During this conversation and based on answers provided to the questions, the software collects the visitors information such as their email, name and more.

LeadTarget is super powerful Lead Generation software with advanced functionality but easy to use dashboard with the newbie friendly training.

So in a nutshell, it’s an automated solution to lead generation.

How Does LeadTarget Work?


Lead target works in 3 simple steps. They are as follows....


  • Step 1 - Set up your list in your autoresponder.
  • Step 2 - Install on your website once and add highly targeted and engaged leads the easy, hands-free, way with this artificial intelligence technology.
  • Step 3 - Sit back and enjoy increased opt-in conversions and sales.

Amazing Features Of LeadTarget 

  • The Chatbot 
  • Built-In Analytics 
  • Newbie Friendly Training
  • DFY Form Templates
  • Integrates With All Autoresponders 
  • Simple Installation On HTML, ANY Page Builder And WordPress Websites 

Lead Target App FAQ

Q & A - Lead Target
February 23, 2017

Affiliate Trax Review and Bonus

If you looking for more knowledge about it Affiliate Trax you're in the right place? Please read through my honest review about Affiliate Trax before selecting it, to evaluate the weaknesses and strengths of it. Can it be worth your time and effort and cash?

Make $721+ Per Day And Build Your List Automatically While You Sell Other People's Products With The Most Complete System for Making Money!

Is that really possible or just 100 percent hype?  Read my review and see for yourself.  But first a quick demo from the Developer of Affiliate Trax...


AFFILIATE MARKETING IS A GREAT WAY FOR ANYBODY TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE…

  • You do not have to worry about creating a product of your own
  • You do not have to stress out about putting together a product launch, writing sales copy, & ensuring you have a converting sales funnel
  • There is no recruiting JVs or affiliates required
  • You can literally begin making money from Day #1
  • Getting begun is as easy as selecting a product to promote
  • Many affiliate programs pay high commissions… 50 percent – 100 percent commissions in most cases
  • & you can build your income to 6 FIGURES very quickly

Brett's Proof

Mike's Proof


AFFILIATE TRAX GIVES YOU FULL VISIBILITY OF THINGS LIKE…

Which offers are converting the best for us, so we can select the best offers to promote.

How much profit per client we are making on every offer, so we know how much money we can spend on ads (if we want to go that route) & still make money.

Our refund rates for the products we are promoting… Knowing which offers OUR traffic responds to the best can assist us select the best offers in the future… (and avoid the ones our traffic does not like)

THIS SOFTWARE TAKES AWAY ALL OF THE “BAD” THINGS ABOUT AFFILIATE MARKETING…

Now, you can grow YOUR list while selling other people’s PRODUCTS…

It was time to put this software to the ultimate test before we released it to the public…
…and that is exactly what we did…

This Pretty Much Changes The Rules FOR AFFILIATE MARKETING..




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