Daily Archives: August 18, 2011

About Online Marketing Training

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There are about a millions things one can do through the internet. You can search for just about anything; from a school paper to a product review. This is why the internet is the perfect place to market a product or a service. Due to the fact that the internet has everything on it, you can guarantee that everyone, especially the targeted market, will be using the internet. This is why one should consider an internet marketing course, such as Viral Monopoly.

Online Marketing Courses

We discussed why marketing online is good, lets than discuses how to market right. The internet is big; hence, marketing will consume some time. Even if it is just some free ads, you need time to develop them. The internet marketing course can really help you use this time in an efficient and effective way. The course gives you attention to details, which can make all the differences the ads can really either make or break your company.

Good online marketing courses and training like Viral Monopoly shows you how to present your product in an effective manner. You want to use a good image and a good representation, like a banner. Picture is the first thing that grabs people’s attention.

The right words are also important, and should be covered in the course you choose; this also includes the right information. The ad limits your information, this makes every word crucial. If you use the right words and the right information, then really you can make your ad and cause great success for the product or service.

The internet marketing courses teach this and a lot more. It gives you the tools you need for success and the tools you need to promote your business and product in an effective way. However, one must be careful when choosing the course. Then, read a Viral Monopoly review before you opt for the product. Maybe you will find it so interesting and get it, or maybe you will go for another e-course.

Business Coaching Certification 101

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If you are looking for a great business coaching certification you have come to the right place.  Here we will address a few very important traits to look for, and questions to ask.  It matters not what type of training program you are participating in, business coaching certification, management coaching or learning how to lead a sports team.  These traits are universal and you will see why at the end of this article.

Outcomes

The most important question to ask yourself is “What type of outcome am I wanting to achieve?”  You must first know where you are, to get where you want to go.  There are many types of certification companies that are not capable of helping you create the results that you desire.  Not all certification programs are created equally and we need to look for credibility before we choose the certification program.  “How do I do that?” I hear you ask….that leads me to my next point.

Credibility and Past Students

The best business is word of mouth.  If you trust someone and they keep bragging about a restaurant, it makes us want to go.  Same with business coaching certification schools.  It may be that you do not know anyone that has attended the school before so it is a good idea to find someone that has.  I recently was looking for a specific  certification course in Costa Rica. I knew not a soul that attended the class.  However, I knew the company had Facebook.  So, I just added them as a friend and then sent a message to their friends asking if anyone had attended the class I was interested in and what they thought.  The feedback was amazing.  Also, a school should provide this.  If they do not provide you access to past students it is probably because they are hiding something.  This is some of the best info you will get about the company and the class.

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Four Mistakes to Avoid When Using Vinyl Banners for Advertising Job Openings

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It is possible to use vinyl banners for advertising job openings. There are some individual employers, as well as recruitment agencies, which often use the banners for that purpose. The banners are either used exclusively, or as supplementary advertisement forums for job vacancies posted elsewhere (online, in print media publications and so on). The banners are sometimes used to advertise ‘common/low-cadre’ roles for which many people are required within a short time frame. Alternatively, they are used to advertise high-cadre/specialized roles which can only be performed by a few people who are hard to locate. To the extent that the messages borne in the banners can reach many people fast, the banners become ideal for recruitment in roles where huge numbers of people are required urgently. And to the extent that the banner messages can reach many people, the probability of getting at least one suitable person — in cases where highly specialized and ‘rare’ people are required to fill positions — is raised.
There are, nonetheless, four mistakes to avoid when using vinyl banners for advertising job openings:

The ‘verbosity’ mistake. This is where, for instance, we see employers attempting to give full job descriptions on banners. It can’t work. The best you can do is make it clear that you are looking for people to fill such and such a position, and then provide a link (a website address or a telephone number) the people seeing the ad can use to clarify details. Remember, most people are averse to reading, and if your ad seems too verbose, they will simply ignore it. Now you could argue that such people who hate reading are not folks you’d love to work with. But you have to remember that repelling them at this very preliminary stage puts you at a risk of missing out on potentially talented employees. That is because it doesn’t automatically follow that a person who hates reading verbose ad messages would necessarily be a lazy person in all other respects.

The ‘sternness’ mistake. If your job advert sounds curt, there are many people who will refrain from applying for the post being advertised (or otherwise showing interest in the position). Simply put, in spite of the need for brevity in these sorts of ads, it is important to ensure that they nonetheless come across as friendly – which would depict you as an attractive employer. Otherwise if you sound curt, only the most desperate of job seekers will express interest – and these may not always turn out to be the best workers; their desperation notwithstanding.

The ‘misplacement’ mistake. If you are to achieve the recruitment objectives you are keen on, you need to display your vinyl banner job adverts where they can be seen. Don’t deploy the ads on paths where only a trickle of people passes, and then expect to get an avalanche of applications.

The ‘presumption’ mistake. This is where, on account of the fact that you are advertising job vacancies (which many people are undoubtedly likely to be in search of), you take things for granted, and ignore the well-established principles of advertising. We may be looking at situations where, for instance, you don’t feel inclined to use eye-catching designs – out of the assumption that yours being job adverts, people will automatically be drawn to them. But things don’t work that way. When you advertise job vacancies, you are in need (of human resource), just like the prospective applicants are in need of work. It is upon you, then, to court them: through attractive designs and courteous words, among other things – if at all you are to get the best talent.