Posts Tagged ‘art’

Internet Marketing

Friday, October 25th, 2019

Are you trying to sell online? Do you have developed your Marketing strategy? If are looking to increase your sales online and grow your business or company, the most important is that develop a Strategic Plan. Many people have asked me how it is possible to increase sales on the internet. My answer is always the same; Whats your Strategic Plan? Do and you know that Marketing strategies are going to use? The idea of selling over the internet is not simply to create a Blog or web site and expect people to buy, if that is your Plan, I regret to say that it took much to see their incomes. Just look at it this way, on the internet there are millions of websites, and many of them are related to your niche, therefore you must do to make your site different to everyone, you have to make it known! And to achieve this it is necessary to create what I call you 5 steps to develop a powerful strategy of Internet Marketing the plan is to be able to evaluate and test different types of strategies to generate web traffic through ads and advertising methods. A effective Internet Marketing plan provides you with organized labor and tracing of all different sources of traffic that you are going to use. Consider now the following 5 steps that I use to develop my Plan of Internet Marketing: step 1 Define your potential client. Define your customers is a very important task, at this time already you have drafted your business plan, i.e. that name has the company or web site, products to offer, and that kind of business will develop. Carry out this first step I recommend to answer the following questions: are my clients men or women? My clients work indoors or out? That median age are my customers? Which country or countries are my potential clients? Are abled them pay for my products or services? Employ them much time on the Internet? Once you have answers to these questions, I’m sure now you’ll have a picture of where you should direct all your efforts.

Pursuit

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

In the end, returned the joy of the process of achieving the goal. Yet often we avoid to be disciplined. This causes internal conflict and tension. What hinders the creative impulse or even stop our inner impulse in the beginning? I think the answer is that the concept of discipline for a person creativity is often in opposition to the most creative. This is what he is not comfortable with what he is fighting in every way. When we are struggling with resistance in itself, we confuse dissatisfaction with the pursuit of excellence. We wallow in own expectations and concentrates on the results.

And at this very moment we lose the joy of creation here and now. Discipline, which was supposed to bring good luck, brings only frustration and fatigue. Exactly because the concept of discipline causes tension in the creative process, I prefer to use the term 'concentration'. Jim Umpleby spoke with conviction. A focus can be nurtured with patience. It does not take much time, but brings generous fruit. State concentration weakens our strength and gives a creative joy. Here's how it works: Usually, when we set ourselves the goal, immediately comes resistance.

The mind is not prepared to accept the fact that we have zatiskivat themselves to the rules and framework to achieve the desired result, and he sends us signals. We call this state 'awareness of the mind'. Now we have to imagine that we seem to observe corner Internal view of their resistance. We simply note that it exists within us. As during meditation. Conscious mind accepts resistance without fighting and watching him. We seemed to give in, agree accept their resistance. At this point it begins to melt. Slowly we translate our attention back to the tasks, while allowing our resistance continue to melt. If you often practice this process, we note that the resistance itself becomes more mobile and soft. It ceases to be annoying a daemon that controls us and hinders our creativity. Conflict, stress and tension disappear with him. Setting goals and their implementation are becoming more natural rhythm of the creative process. We are beginning to recover lost flashes of inspiration in moments of morning awakening. We are becoming more actively and gradually joining in the stream. And we learn to dictate its own conditions of our creative career. If we remain faithful to this practice, one day we will discover that discipline is associated with setting goals, has ceased to be annoyed. A transformed … into focus.