Donna Gunter

Donna Gunter

Online Business Coach Donna Gunter helps self-employed professionals make more profit in less time online. To sign up for more FREE tips like these and claim your FREE ebook, TurboCharge Your Productivity: 50 + Tools To Help You Automate Your Business and Make More Profit in Less Time Online!, visit her site.

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Kindle Publishing: Offer Your Special Report as an Ebook to Thousands of Kindle Users

Amazon makes Kindle publishing easy since the Kindle store is set up as a direct publishing tool allowing you to publish your own ebooks and sell them through Amazon. There are a few tricks and tips can help you to better utilize Kindle to publish your ebook. Here are my 7 best tips for successful Kindle publishing:

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Top 7 Ways an Internet Marketing Virtual Assistant Can Help You Get Found Online

Most people do quick searches when they're looking to buy a product or service. Having a strong web presence is necessary if you want to remain competitive in a modern way. One way to get some help in this arena is by hiring an Internet marketing virtual assistant. Here are the top ways that the assistant can help customers find you right when they need you:

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10 Best Strategies to Massively Increase Your Visibility Online

Increasing online visibility is the goal of most online business owners. There are many options available to increase your visibility, but only a handful that are able to stand the test of time. Here are my 10 most effective strategies to massively increase your visibility online:

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5 Secrets to Moving the Free Line With Your Client-Capturing Device

Email marketing continues to be a viable marketing strategy. However, in order to convince savvy Internet searchers that they should do business with you, you need to up the ante and create more offerings and greater content in your website giveaway. Here are 5 secrets to enhance your client-attraction device on your website:

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Data Recovery: 10 Most Effective Computer Backup Tools

How do you continue to work when your computer goes down? If you have a backup computer that's synchronized to your primary computer, it becomes much easier to move forward. However, if you don't and have to resort a new or borrowed computer while yours is being repaired, here are 10 computer backup tools to help you get back up and running quickly:

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20 Best Blog Post Ideas for Small Business Blogging

Running out of ideas for posts for your blog? To keep your blog active and healthy, I recommend blogging at least 3 times per week. Remember, blog posts don't have to be long and complicated. Here are 20 ideas you can use to help you create a blog post when you're stuck for an idea:

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10 Steps to Testing the Viability of Your Online Business Idea That Won't Break the Bank

Starting an online business is a very low-risk way to put your toe in the entrepreneurial pond because the start up costs are minimal. Despite these benefits, an online business is just like any other and needs to be researched before starting to determine if there's a need in the marketplace. How do you determine if your online business idea will sink or swim? Here are 10 steps you can take to test your idea without breaking the bank:

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Search Engine Optimization: 11 Basic SEO Strategies for Beginners

Search engine optimization is the process getting your website ready to be found in organic webs searches. Even a new business owner who creates and updates her own websites can implement some very basic SEO strategies to make her website appear higher in the organic rankings on certain keyword searches. Here are the 11 strategies that I regularly implement on my sites for better SEO positioning:

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Social Networking: 7 Steps to More Traffic by Connecting and Repurposing Your Social Marketing

As you become more heavily involved in social networking, you may quickly became frustrated with having to update your status at numerous sites, as well as trying to figure out how to introduce your blog, articles, and ezine to your social networking audiences. After much trial and error, here's how I connect and repurpose all of my social marketing strategies:

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Is It Time to Quit, or Are You Simply Afraid?

As a business owner, you often want to give up on your business, especially when times get tough. When is the right time to quit, and when should you persevere? It's a matter of determining whether you're at a dead-end, or you're in a dip. Here's how you can make the distinction for yourself and decide upon your course of action.

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My Top 7 Essential Twitter Tools

The microblogging platform, Twitter, and how Twitter has taken the online marketing world by storm. While Twitter is pretty easy to use, there's an overwhelming amount of tools, plug-ins and applications being developed to support it. How can you determine which ones will best support you in your use of Twitter? I've tried to sort though all of the junk, and come up with my 7 essential Twitter tools:

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Leverage Your Expertise: Create a Fixed Term Membership Program

"Fixed term memberships" refer to a membership that consists of weekly content shared via autoresponder to paid members for a specified period of time. In many ways, a fixed term membership offers great advantages over a traditional subscription membership site. Here are 7 reasons why this business model makes sense for service business owners.

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Client Attraction: 4 Deadly Mistakes to Avoid if You Want a Full Practice

Many independent service professionals insist that they want additional clients, but haven't really put the groundwork in place to accommodate them. Even though many of you say that you are, your words may give one message, but your actions give a completely different message. Here are 4 deadly mistakes you want to avoid if you want a full and thriving practice.

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List Building: 7 Steps to Grow Your Email List with Twitter

Twitter is a microblogging platform that has taken the business world by storm. The purpose of Twitter is to post short updates (not to exceed 140 characters) about what you're doing at the moment, read the updates of others whom you're following, and comment and reply on what they're doing. As I became accustomed to posting regular updates, I began to wonder if I was missing a key business marketing strategy in the process.

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Website Marketing: 4 Secrets to Making More Sales from Content Pages

Once you begin to add content to your site, your traffic begins to increase, and up to 60% of your traffic may come from the content on your site. Here are 4 secret strategies that you can use right away to begin making sales from your content pages.

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