The E-Code: 32 Internet Superstars Reveal 47 Ways to Make Money Online Almost Instantly---Using Only Email

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Use e-mail to boost your income-today!

The E-Code brings together the combined wisdom of 33 Internet marketing superstars to reveal how they make money online-using nothing but the power of e-mail. Each succinct chapter presents one moneymaking strategy or concept and offers step-by-step guidance on implementing it for maximum profits.

If you have a product or service to sell, the Internet gurus in this book will show you how to sell it-no ...

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Overview

Use e-mail to boost your income-today!

The E-Code brings together the combined wisdom of 33 Internet marketing superstars to reveal how they make money online-using nothing but the power of e-mail. Each succinct chapter presents one moneymaking strategy or concept and offers step-by-step guidance on implementing it for maximum profits.

If you have a product or service to sell, the Internet gurus in this book will show you how to sell it-no matter what it is. And even if you don't have your own original product idea, don't worry. Inside you'll find a wealth of quick and effective ideas for creating something that other people will definitely pay for. Using tactics like viral product marketing and online auctions, anyone can make extra money online-and you can too. This is not a get-rich-quick scheme; it's a make-money-quick scheme. It could be a little, or it could be a lot, but you will definitely profit when you learn how to:
* Develop and sell a product online
* Target your customers
* Promote your product
* Market to niche audiences
* Create an e-marketing business plan

Plus, entrepreneurs and small business owners will learn how to improve their sales through simple, proven e-marketing tactics that really work. The Internet is a powerful resource for marketing, selling, and communicating anything. So tap into it! Written by a cast of Internet all-stars and marketing powerhouses, The E-Code is a simple, easy-to-use guide to making money online, right now.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471718550
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 5/13/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.32 (w) x 9.04 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

JOE VITALE is President of Hypnotic Marketing, Inc., a marketing consulting firm. He has been called "the Buddha of the Internet" for his combination of spirituality and marketing acumen. His professional clients include the American Red Cross, PBS, Memorial Hermann Children's Hospital, and many other small and large international businesses. He is the author of way too many books to list here, including The Attractor Factor, from Wiley.

JO HAN MOK is President of SureFire Marketing and a successful Internet marketer who lives in Singapore. He's a frequent guest and featured speaker at Internet marketing boot camps and conferences on such subjects as copywriting and joint venture marketing.

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The E-Code


By Joe Vitale

John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0-471-71855-6


Chapter One

How to Make Money Fast Online

Joe Vitale

Don't throw in the towel. I know you've been reading about people making money online. I know you've tried to do it. Well, don't give up just yet. I have a plan to help you make at least some money on the Internet, and I'm going to give it to you right now.

Here's my online money formula in brief: Basically, find out what this week's most popular searches are at Google. Then pick one of them and quickly generate an e-book, e-report, or even e-audio related to that subject. Put up a site and start selling. List one copy on eBay. That's it.

Here's how it works in five simple steps:

1. Go to google.com/press/zeitgeist.html and see what the hot searches are currently.

2. Pick one of them that you are at least somewhat curious about.

3. Research the subject online, compiling information about it. This will be your e-product. Be creative. Develop something people searching on this topic will want. (Get help on how to create e-books fast at 7dayebook.com.)

4. Then quickly put up a one-page web site and offer your e-product for sale. You can put up sites at GoDaddy.com (a one-page site there is only $14.95 a year).

5. List one copy of your product on eBay. This will get your product and site noticed right away by millions of people.

In short, you're riding the wave of the public's interest.

This is atried-and-true moneymaking secret. For example, on Easter a friend showed me a book of nothing but questions and answers about the movie The Passion of the Christ. The book is compiled data. Yet because it ties to the current frenzy of interest in Mel Gibson's movie, the book is selling and the author is getting on national TV and radio shows.

Cindy Cashman recently used this same idea to create two e-books that are a spin-off of Donald Trump's current TV show The Apprentice. See CindyCashman.com. Unless Trump actually trademarks the phrases "You're hired!" and "You're fired!" Cindy is going to profit from Trump's stardom.

You can do this, too. Simply create something that ties to an existing popular search and use the above steps to jump-start your sales.

For example, one week in April 2004, one of the top searches was for "IRS." Obviously, if you had information to help people deal with the IRS, you could capitalize on it. But if you didn't have any info, you could search the Internet for it, find an angle that is fresh, and release your own IRS product.

Another week the name "Elisha Cuthbert" was a top-10 search item. You could compile a directory of all the sites showing pictures of the actress; compile quotes by her; or maybe create an Elisha Cuthbert cookbook, beauty tips guide, joke book, or whatever, based on your Web searches. Or you could go contrarian and create something called "Why I Hate Elisha Cuthbert." (I don't. I think she's a great actress in the TV show 24 and I hear she's a nice person, too.) You could also get outrageous and create a campaign called "Elisha Cuthbert for President." Your site could sell an e-book where you offer Elisha as a candidate.

Get the idea? Not everyone reading this article will act on this formula, but those who do have a good chance of making a lot of money fast. Will you be one of them?

(Continues...)



Excerpted from The E-Code by Joe Vitale Excerpted by permission.
All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site.

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Table of Contents

Preface.

Introduction.

Chapter 1: How to Make Money Online (Joe Vitale).

Chapter 2: Top 10 Laws of Internet Marketing (Randy Charach).

Chapter 3: Five Explosive Marketing Strategies for Exponential Business Growth (Jo Han Mok).

Chapter 4: Spirit Money: Five Steps to Attract Money When You Have None (Joe Vitale).

Chapter 5: Missing Links (Gary Vurnum).

Chapter 6: Put Back the Power in Your Affiliate Marketing Business! (Ewen Chia).

Chapter 7: Let Somebody Else Make Your First Product (Charles Burke).

Chapter 8: Five Critical Factors You Must Consider to Make Massive Affiliate Commissions (Alex Tan).

Chapter 9: How I Made Over $112,000 Teaching E-Classes (Joe Vitale).

Chapter 10: Five Things Every Internet Marketer Must Learn from Mail Order to Increase Profits Now (Jo Han Mok).

Chapter 11: Printing Books Digitally (Dan Poynter).

Chapter 12: Ten Tips for Using E-Mail to Get News Coverage (Paul J. Krupin).

Chapter 13: A Free Technique to Increase Visitors to Your Web Site (Bill Hibbler).

Chapter 14: Top 10 Ways to Add More Subscribers to Your List (Jo Han Mok).

Chapter 15: Fourteen Winning Methods to Sell Any Product or Service in a Down Economy (Robert W. Bly).

Chapter 16: How to Find Your Exact Buyer on the World Wide Web (Dan Seidman).

Chapter 17: Seven-Day Plan for Making Instant Money Online (Yanik Silver).

Chapter 18: Avoiding the Delete Button: Make Your E-Mail Campaign Pay Off (Diane Hughes).

Chapter 19: Five Simple Ways to Increase Your Web Site Conversion (Jo Han Mok).

Chapter 20: Making Easy Money Online (Terri Levine).

Chapter 21: Team Up with Great People (Bob Serling).

Chapter 22: Help Your Business with a Free E-zine (Shel Horowitz).

Chapter 23: The Secret to Forming Profitable Joint Ventures (Barry Boswell).

Chapter 24: Simple Tips with a Dash of Common Sense (Cathy Stucker).

Chapter 25: How to Create Your Own Profitable Book in One Hour (Joe Vitale and Jim Edwards).

Chapter 26: Niche Marketing Secrets (Rufina James and Bart Baggett).

Chapter 27: Give Them Reseller Rights (Graham Hamer).

Chapter 28: Viral Writing: How to Automate Your Writing Like a Virus (Larry Dotson).

Chapter 29: Outrageous Marketing for Free Newspapers (Joe Vitale).

Chapter 30: Thirty-Nine Ways to Create an E-Book with Little or No Writing (Joe Vitale).

Chapter 31: E-Book Selling Tools (Larry Dotson).

Chapter 32: Magnetic Internet Power Marketing (Christian H. Godefroy).

Chapter 33: Launching a Successful E-Mail Campaign (Peggy McColl).

Chapter 34: Easy Money for Newbies at eBay (Mark Joyner).

Chapter 35: Two Profitable Ideas (Blair Warren).

Chapter 36: Tell a Story in Your Subject Line (Mark Levy).

Chapter 37: The Human Side of Ad Tracking (Jeff Mulligan).

Chapter 38: How to Create a Simple Internet Marketing Business Plan for Maximum Profits—Part 1 (Terry Dean).

Chapter 39: How to Create a Simple Internet Marketing Business Plan for Maximum Profits—Part 2 (Terry Dean).

Chapter 40: The Lazy Person’s Quick and Easy Guide to Affiliate Success—Part 1 (Terry Dean).

Chapter 41: The Lazy Person’s Quick and Easy Guide to Affiliate Success—Part 2 (Terry Dean).

Chapter 42: How to Earn Maximum Profits from Affiliate Programs (Frank Garon and Terry Dean).

Chapter 43: Confessions of a Radical Super-Affiliate (Jason Mangrum).

About the Authors.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    Excellent starting point for email marketing.

    You get a ton of tips on how to start doing an effective email marketing campaign with people that is NOT spam.

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    Posted October 11, 2005

    Worthless Book

    This email is an outdated concept and teaches you nothing, except how to send junk email to spam filtered servers......

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    The Truth

    this book couldn't have helped me more in my marketing ventures, this book already has helped along my way to being a superstar marketer. go get this book if u want to make millions simply juss online

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