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Independence Day Sale – Get 33% Off Ken Evoy’s SBI & bizXpress

Independence Day Sale – Get 33% Off Ken Evoy’s SBI & bizXpress

Independence Special

SBI Independence Day Sale – 33% OFF
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Sitesell’s popular web hosting packages from SBI! & bizXpress
(WordPress Version) have always been a favorite promotion on
the Bizwaremagic.com site. This is mainly because Ken Evoy’s
products over-deliver, not only on quality but also on all
the different features involved in these hosting packages.

They come highly recommended, especially for the beginning
webmaster or site builder who may need extra instructions
on how it is all done.

SBI and bizXpress will give you step-by-step instructions
on how to create a site. The material is extensive and can
be a little overwhelming but well worth it – if one puts
in the time and effort to truly work the tools given by

No other web-building system on the web even comes close to SBI!

However, don’t jump to the wrong conclusion, building an
online business will take much hard work and some time.
Nothing happens overnight, and this is not one of these
“get rich quick” deals… put that thought far from your

These hosting/site building packages will give you all the
tools you need to construct a very SEO friendly site and more
importantly it will tell you what “Not To Do” when building a site.

Perhaps, the most important part of the whole SBI and Sitesell
is the very active online forum which comes with these packages.
These active members will go out of their way to help beginning
and/or seasoned webmasters. It is this community, which has
built up around SBI over the years, that gives these packages
true value and worth.

This Independence Day you can check out these hosting deals
and seriously consider giving yourself a decent shot at your
own online independence. Believe me, the lifestyle cannot be beat.

Sitesell and Ken Evoy, for the first time, is offering 33%
off both SBI! and bizXpress with this Independence Day Sale.
This might just be the right time to check out these hosting

You can find our review of SBI: here.

Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

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5 Things I Wish I Knew About Internet Marketing

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5 Things I Wish I Knew About Internet Marketing

(Before I Started Making $200 – $300 A Day)

Hindsight is priceless. If only we could take what we know now
and go back and do it all over again; the lessons learnt over
time would make that difficult journey much easier. The same
applies to me, I have been online since 1998, but it took me
years before I could make a full-time living from the web, mostly
with affiliate marketing.

Over the years, there are many things I wish I had known earlier
in my struggle, this knowledge would have made my progress much
easier and faster. So I sat down and listed the FIVE most important
THINGS which would have helped me SUCCEED much sooner. Never know,
they might even help you on your own journey of becoming a full-time
online marketer.

SEO Is King

When I first started online, I didn’t have a clue about SEO
(Search Engine Optimization) or even search engines and how
they worked. More grievously, I didn’t even know about keywords
and the essential, no vital role, they play in your online success.
To me at the time, a web site was just a place where I put my
information and affiliate links. Nothing more.

Little did I know how important proper site construction, optimized
for the search engines, played in your success. These days I would
start from the very beginning and place my major targeted keyword
phrase in my domain name – using hyphens if I had to. Next I would
create or lay out my site with related keyword pages all linking back
to my homepage. I would keep the site navigation extremely simple,
with no page more than three clicks away from the homepage. And if
I didn’t use SEO rich blogging software like WordPress for the whole
design of my site, I would have one of these WordPress blogs on my
site for SEO reasons.

Onsite or onpage optimization is very important but QUALITY BACKLINKS
and lots of them will get you the top rankings and those targeted
visitors from the search engines, especially Google. And the key to
getting those quality backlinks is providing valuable information and
superior content in articles, posts, videos, ebooks… and spreading
those items around the web. However, just getting the high rankings
and traffic through your SEO efforts is just the first step. You must
have an overall marketing strategy which will take this quality
traffic/visitors and turn them into buying customers. You have to
create marketing funnels to take advantage of this traffic and produce
your sales. This rather complex topic is discussed in more detail
down below.

Develop Your OWN Brand

You must stand out from the crowd, you must create something that’s
unique to you and to the web. Whether it’s developing your own product
or creating an authority site on the web, you must in some way differentiate
your marketing from the rest on the web. Establishing your own brand
starts with your own website which will become your main drawing card.

Many times this is simply picking a little known marketing niche and
becoming the dominant site in that niche. This is something I didn’t
learn until I was well into the marketing game, but becoming or being
perceived as an expert in your niche is vital to your success. It will
open up marketing and linking opportunities for you and your site.
It will help build your reputation as an authority site or figure in
the eyes of everyone, including the search engines. I found concentrating
on a few lucrative niche markets is very manageable if you’re a one-man
outfit and you don’t want to hire employees which is another option,
but will result in a totally different lifestyle.

I like affiliate marketing because it comes with fewer responsibilities…
all you have to do is refer the potential customer to your clients and
they do all the rest. They do the real selling, they do all cash transactions,
they deal with all refunds and support issues… all you have to do is
cash your affiliate commission checks each month. Regardless of which
route you take, you must choose your market niche and establish your
expertise in that area.

Pick Your Associates & Products Carefully

Along those same lines, picking the companies and products you decide
to promote is vital to your success. This is something I got very wrong
at the very beginning of my online work, I picked the wrong things and
I wasted years trying to sell worthless products which should never have
been marketed in the first place – at least not in the way they were marketed.
I am talking about those silly multi-level sales opportunities (which will
remain nameless) where you try to sell a product by recruiting a sales
force under you. Never worked for me and I wished I had stayed well away
from these types of schemes.

More importantly, I soon learned that picking the proper companies and
associates will play a major role in your success. Finding quality companies
and products to promote is essential to building a solid reputation on the web.
I later found some good established marketers and started promoting their
products which helped me tremendously, especially when I started promoting
products and services which gave me residual income, make one sale and get
paid repeatedly for years. I also concentrated on top brand name companies
like Sony, Dell, Toshiba, Apple, HP… which also helped me in building a
solid reputation and gave me credibility. Actually, selling a million dollars
of product for a company will get you noticed, even online.

Another marketing strategy which has proven very successful for me is simply
selling something which can ONLY be bought online, or which can more easily
be bought online; you will sell more products this way. I also found promoting
well established merchants like Amazon, worked very well because online buyers
trust Amazon and are USED to buying from them. Regardless, you must pick quality
products and companies to promote, I found using well established Affiliate Networks
like Commission Junction, LinkShare, Shareasale… extremely helpful in finding
those quality products and companies. Just wished I had used those at the very
beginning of my online marketing.

Marketing Funnels and Automation

I never started making a regular income from the web until I set up my
automated marketing funnels which kept sending a steady flow of willing
buyers to my promoted affiliate products and companies. These marketing
funnels are not that difficult to put into place but they make all the
difference in the world. For example, here’s how many of them are set-up,
I first find a niche product or service, I build a keyworded domain site
around this product. I usually offer a free guide, course or ebook on the
product in exchange for the potential customer’s email. I follow up with
6 or 7 helpful emails on the promoted product or service, offering quality
information along with some special deals/coupons where the prospect can
get $100’s off the price of the item if they buy through my affiliate links.
Make them a deal they can’t refuse.

This is a simple list-building process where you build a large group of
potential customers. All of this can be automated through an autoresponder
service such as aWeber or GetResponse, your emails are automatically sent
on a regular basis. In order to feed this autoresponder and bring potential
customers to my sites, I use article marketing, video, blog posts… to draw
traffic and to build my top rankings in the search engines, mainly Google.
All this brings free targeted traffic to my sites and into my marketing funnels.

Another marketing funnel I use is through the PPC or paid traffic, this
advertising from Google Adwords and Microsoft Adcenter supplies potential
clients to my landing pages and onto my autoresponder lists. Again creating
a stream of customers for my affiliate products and companies. All of which
can be automated and run without any more work once they are set up.

And if you really want a hands-off lifestyle, I found it helpful to automate
all my monthly payments and renewals (hosting, domains…) by using Paypal
or by credit card. Plus, many other aspects of your online marketing can be
automated such as article distribution, blog posting, Twitter accounts, Facebook…
and don’t forget to regularly back up all your sites and blogs.
Believe me, $%*& happens and you will need those backups.

Persistance Is The Key

Most of the things listed above have to do with actual marketing techniques
or automated systems you have to set up with your online marketing. However,
there is another rather intangible element to all this online marketing stuff.
That has to do with your own mind-set and determination. Building an online
business and income takes some time, you must have the patience to go the
distance. Especially when it comes to SEO and building your keyword rankings
in Google, you must give yourself some time for all your marketing to fall
into place. Truth be told, I was three years before I saw any serious money
from my online marketing. Of course, I was totally new at this game and even
had to learn HTML from scratch. Back then, I really didn’t know what kind of
marketing strategies worked and what kind of automated systems I needed to
put into place.

However, all the knowledge which I now have, still wouldn’t have worked if
I didn’t have the persistence and stubbornness to stick to my plans. If you
start on the same road of building an online income, make sure you have that
same persistence and stubbornness to give all this marketing stuff time to work.
Like many things in life, your online marketing needs time to grow and mature,
just make sure you’re of the right character to make that happen. Needles to say,
the rewards are well worth it.


And if I really had to start all over again, I would
go with something like Ken Evoy’s SBI because it
would have cut years OFF my journey to becoming
a full-time online marketer.

To learn more about SBI, go here:
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Helping You Succeed Online Since 2002!

Kind Regards,


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How To Find A Good Web Host?

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o How To Find A Good Web Host?



Usually when someone contacts me online, one of the most
frequent questions I get is this: “How do I find a good
web host?” or “Which web host do you use?”

This is one of those essential things you will need in
order to earn that online income. You will need a web site
and you will need a web host – somewhere to place that web

Sure there are countless marketers who work without a web
site but most have at least one main site which acts as their
online calling card. Where people can find you on the web,
of course you can always use the social networks like Facebook,
MySpace, Twitter… but that’s like operating your office
out of Starbucks!

Instead a well designed site is just more professional and
business like. It also means you’re serious about your online

Picking a good web host is not easy. I have had numerous
different web host over the years. Most of them have been
very good and served their purpose. But I have had some bad
experiences too – what long term webmaster or marketer hasn’t?
Something always goes wrong eventually, especially if you have
a lot of sites and many different web hosts.

Some times having a web host can be quite scary. Several years
ago, the web host that I had my main site on was first sold and
then went bankrupt. One day your site is running fine and the
next day the web host is completely gone. Shut down. Your site
and all your files completely gone. Vanished. Your host can’t be
reached. Total blackout!

Fortunately, I had my site backed up on several systems and
since that experience I always back my sites up on several
computers and I go even further by copying them onto DVDs
should those computers crash. If you have a site, I always
suggest you back up your site files and make it redundant.
The very worst can happen to anyone.

Overall quality and good 24/7 support should be your first
objective in choosing a good web host. You want a site that’s
fast, easy to use and has good support that you can reach
at all times, should something go wrong.

You need to check exactly what features your web host is
offering and for what price:


– How much storage space?

– Daily traffic limit or transfer?

– Email system? How many accounts…

– What type of server Linux or Windows?

– Check to see how many other sites will be sharing your
IP address?

– Are sites/files backed up? How often?

– Support hours?

– And of course the Price?


But don’t always try to get the cheapest price hosting
– keep in mind, you always get what you pay for. A cheap
web host won’t save you money if it’s a poor service and
your site is always going down. So don’t always pick the
cheapest web host.

Match up your hosting service with the type of site you will
be running – a simple HTML site will have or make simple demands
on your hosting service. So a shared hosting service may be quite
adequate to meet your hosting needs.

However, if you have a site that’s extremely interactive with
forums, discussion groups, get large bursts of traffic or you’re
running a lot of server-side scripts and programs – then you may
need a more robust hosting service to meet your needs.

In many cases, you might need a dedicated server to handle just
your site. Many web hosts offer this service and it’s worth
looking into if you have a site with extreme amounts of traffic
or if you’re running forums, affiliate programs, email services…
from your site.

Most of my own sites are very simple and I have them on many
different web hosts. Mainly because of my own experiences,
I just don’t want to have all my sites on one host… the old
“don’t put all your eggs in one basket” reasoning.

At the moment I am quite pleased with all my web hosts… many
of my sites are on GoDaddy.com and I find them OK for simple
sites like mine. I also find it convenient because they are also
a domain registry so I can easily use them to buy my domains.

Another web host I use is Bluehost which is very good, can’t
remember the last time my site was down. They are very popular
and my only concern is that they may become too popular and their
services will be spread too thin. However, I have never had a
problem with them and you can always reach their support.

I also have a site with Ken Evoy’s SBI (Site Build It) but I
created that one mainly to get access to the enormous resources
connected with SBI. It is slightly more expensive than some of
the ones listed above, but SBI is an overall online marketing
system that in my opinion can’t be equaled on the web. Well,
perhaps the Warriors group could give them a run for their money
but it’s the community of like-minded webmasters with SBI which
makes it special. They are always ready and willing to help you out.
Doesn’t matter if you’re an experienced pro or a complete newcomer.


SBI SiteBuildIt Review


There are countless webhosts you can choose from when picking
a web host. But do your homework, check around to the different
forums and see how everyone is rating the web hosts they are using.
First-hand experiences are the best judge of whether or not
a web host is good and reliable. Make sure the person giving
the review is not an affiliate and just trying to sell you

Although this can be a somewhat tricky issue because sometimes
many of the best web hosts also have good affiliate programs
– SBI comes readily to mind. This is also one of my better
affiliate programs mainly because I have gone out of my way
to promote SBI since it is one of the best web host, especially
for beginning webmasters/marketers. In addition, SBI is a very
comprehensive marketing system as well as a hosting service.

Several years ago, I took a very close first-hand look
at the hosting service provided by SBI. You can find my
opinions/views on SBI here:


Site Build It Review


Although moving a site from one web host to another can be
a real pain, especially if you have a large site, but if you’re
not totally satisfied with a web host and are having serious
problems – simply change your hosting. Just make sure you’re
not going from bad to worst.

Still, finding a good quality web host will be a major chore,
no matter how you look at it.

Perhaps, in the final analysis, nothing beats checking with
your friends and follow webmasters you trust. Ask them which hosts
they’re using and if they’re satisfied with it. Nothing beats
first-hand experiences when it comes to choosing a web host.
Just make sure you’re comparing oranges to oranges – that is:
make sure you have similar site requirements as your webmaster
friends. If you both have similar type sites, then finding a good
quality web host can be as easy as having a friendly chat over a cup
of coffee.



Kind Regards,