Imagine you have a sales page online and you want to add a higher perceived value on your product. That way you can raise the prices and still compete heavily against competitors? What I’ll reveal here is how you can add and create a perceived value to your client.

You should think of your website as a lynch pin to your communication strategy, directing every externally pointing piece of PR back to it. Constantly bringing people back to the centre in order to ultimately buy from you. That PR could be your business cards through to your Twitter page.

These days search engines will display text as well as video in the search results. If you have an engaging video on your website it can only pay dividends for you as your site will end up being found faster.

I search for groups with a topic that may be within my target market. I may want to join the Mommy Bloggers group and the Chicago Home Builder Network. I go ahead and join all the groups I can think of.

Commitment doesn’t get discussed much in relation to Social Reseller, but I find it to be essential to the success of a business online, or any business anywhere for that matter. Once you decide to jump in the only way to see results is to press on through ongoing and recurring conversation. You MUST NOT give up.

And at that moment, what happens? Do you start to type? Or do you begin to doodle? Do you perhaps turn and look at the calendar, or the clock, or out of the window-anywhere but at the blank, white screen?

“Special Head” uses meditation to literally rise his body into the air with his mind. He rose his body from a built pyramid on stage & then disappeared. He reappeared on top of another building outside. The judges were baffled & confused by this performance.

5) Tell everyone you can what you’re working on. YOU are the most powerful marketing tool in your arsenal. People will see you as an interesting person and tell others about you. I’ve seen individuals earn six figures and build big businesses using this method.