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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Website Traffic It Works!

Hello My name is Raymond and I am with BetterWeb Builders,
and IWould like to show you how I build my business.

I Got Paid While Promoting My Business!
I'm doing it at APSense! It is a web 2.0 business social network
that pays you while they are promoting and growing your business.
But guess what? They paid me and I never spent a dime!

Here is how it worked for me, in 5 Easy Steps:
STEP 1 - I registered and setup my personal and business profile.
You can register here:

STEP 2 - Then I explored and joined a few APSense interest groups,
they have so many.

SETP 3 - Then I started writing some useful blogs and group
discussions content pages.

SETP 4 - In these pages APSense provide a special Ad Space where
I posted advertisements for my current business.

SETP 5 - That was it! While I advertised my business, APSense
was also paying me when people viewed my content pages.

But that's not all, they also paid me when the friends that
I invited into my network do the same thing that I'm doing.

Of course this is one of the reasons why I'm inviting you
to join my network at APSense.

So please check out APSense at the following invitation link:

"The business social network that pays you while you make your
business grow."

You can thank me later!
Best Regards,


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

I Need Customer

I Need Customers

Hello my name is Raymond I have been in MLM (Multi Level Marketing) for a few years, I also enjoy affiliate Marketing. With so many great sites out there, if you have the ability to generate traffic you have the ability to make money and grow your business. Without customers nothing happens. If you keep traffic and your product produce results you will keep your customers happy and with happy customers you keep money coming in.

I started with a company called Global Domain International (GDI) I like this company because it was FREE for 7 days and only $10 per month after you decided to stay in the company. As a representative of GDI you present website and domain registration to your potential customers and you get paid as long as they are a paying customer. I was all in for this and I started to tell all my family and friends. If you have any question about this business contact me at .

I built a nice downline, now everyone you know will not do the marketing things you will do to get traffic so people started to drop off and say the business do work. What do you do? Get more customers; find people that wanted to own their own business. Where? On the internet. I then started to read books to stay motivated, like “Rich Dad Poor Dad” Robert Kiyosaki, “Make Real Money on the internet” by Stephen Pierce, “Building On A Budget” by Mike Dillard you can YouTube all these books or even get them at your local library. You can learn all you want but you have to put it into ACTION daily.

One of the actions we most focus on is multiple ways to generate website traffic. There is no one golden way to get traffic. It’s more about having multiple ways that are efficient and effective. If you have any questions send me an email at

What are a few ways to get traffic to your sites? I will include the things I am using to get people to my websites

1. Myspace

2. Youtube

3. Blogs

4. Google plus

5. Webrings

6. Facebook

7. Links

8. Ezine ads

9. Adsense

10. Squidoo

I have more and those was all FREE sites you can email me at and request a list of marketing Ideas I use to build my business. You can go to my website and I will have links posted that can also help you build your business or just get started in a business.

Since I have been in the internet marketing business things have changed social media have changed, we have something call Tweeter, Linkin now that I use, but the main take away is to take action daily and learn then take action. My plan for today is to write an article then post it on my social media sites and my blog and email my list then hit the gym then head to work. Hope this helps email me if I can help.



Thursday, October 4, 2012

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Stephen Covey wrote a runaway bestseller in the Self Improvement Industry, titled the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This book has sold over 10 million copies worldwide! In the book, Covey lays out 7 proven principles for success.

Let me explain exactly what I think these mean and what I learned from them.

Number 1 – Be Proactive.

That’s almost self explanatory. It means you are taking the initiative. You are not living reactively, but are taking a proactive stance in your life.

Number 2 – Begin with the End in Mind.

The End is really your goal or your goals. Effectiveness is not just a matter of reaching a goal but rather of achieving the right goal. Imagine yourself sitting in the back of the room at your funeral, and what people could honestly say about you based on the way you are now. Do you like what you hear? Is that how you want to be remembered? If not, change it.

Number 3 – Do first things first.

This means to focus on your most important priorities, your top priorities. This doesn’t always mean urgent. The phone is ringing, and picking it up might seem urgent, but the caller is not always important. It could be a telemarketer. Focus on your top priorities.

Number 4 – Think Win Win

In personal, business or other relationships, exercise “interpersonal leadership” to make both parties winners. Two wins make everyone better off; two losses hurts everyone. A win/lose relationship creates a victor and leaves someone injured. Think Win Win.

Number 5 - “Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood”

Communication is a two-way street. To develop win/win relationships, find out what the

other parties want, and what winning means to them. Try to put yourself in the other person’s shoes.

Number 6 - “Synergize”

Cooperation multiplies the power of one. In fact, “creative cooperation” may yield a

force greater than the sum of the parts. The buzzword to describe

this kind of relationship is “synergy,” which means bringing together a whole that

is greater than the sum of the parts.

Number 7 - “Sharpen the Saw”

There’s an old story about a man sawing a log. The work is going slowly and the man is exhausted. The more he saws, the less he cuts. A passerby watches for a while and suggests that the man take a break to sharpen the saw. But the man says he can’t stop to sharpen

the saw because he is too busy sawing! A dull saw makes the work tiresome, tedious

and unproductive. Highly effective people take the time they need to sharpen their tools,

which are, in fact, their bodies, souls, mind and hearts. It’s time for “self-renewal.”