New Business Coming Soon

New Business Coming Soon

Darren Gaudry is re-launching and has a new business coming soon.

Those of you who know of Darren Gaudry will remember other very successful businesses which he launched personally or was a partner with. These include YourNetBiz and PassPort To Wealth. I can honestly say that these businesses created millionaires.

Over the past few days Darren has announced that this new business coming soon to our screens will not be like those he was previously involved with but rather will not have a monthly fee and will be aimed at helping those in financial despair at this time.

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Originally posted 2012-10-10 12:58:44.

How to choose a good business name?

Thinking of starting your own online business? Or thinking of creating a new project or campaign that will give you a new stream of income? Well… you will need a new business name and a good one too. Many people underestimate the power of a good business name. A good business name is very important to your business and it can play a major factor in the success of your business

Why is a good business name essential to your business?

First of all, a good business name can be used as a branding tool. Take the mailing giant FedEx for example. Their business name is what drives their success. People remember the name and they can even picture the exact FedEx logo in their mind whenever they think of FedEx. People in the USA even have a term for mailing where they will say “I’ll FedEx the envelope to you later” instead of saying “I’ll mail the envelope to you later”. A strong and good name can play a gigantic factor in your business.

So now that you know that a good business name needs to be easy to be remembered and it should make sense to people, we now take a look at how easy it is to pronounce your name. There are many business names out there that are downright confusing and quite frankly the names are so hard to pronounce people will not bother trying to remember it.

Some names just don’t make sense while some will sound ‘funny’ and then becomes a joke around the people. When your name becomes a joke, there might be negative effects that might hurt your business. This is the reason why you must absolutely try your best to get find a good business name that is easy to remember, easy to pronounce, makes sense and exciting. Of course we must try our best to make sure that the business name that we choose does not become a joke but sometimes even when we are careful, it will still get out of hands. When that time comes, it might be better just to change your current product or business name and go for a new one.

What is the correct length of a good business name?

The length of your business name matters. In fact many experts will recommend a short name for easy pronunciation, and also easy on the memory. A long business name may sound good to you but it will be hard for people to remember it unless it is very catchy or if it resembles something that people can easily recognize. If you think of all the big brand names that you see all around us such as Apple, Samsung, Intel, NVidia, Sony, Dodge, Ford, and Coke… you’ll realize that all these names are pretty much one word and they are very short names.

Imagine using a name like Hippopotamus, while it is a one word and people understand what the word means and can easily associate it with the animal, one problem that might arise is the difficulty to spell out the name. And this could be a problem that you might have to live with in the future. Instead you could easily remedy the problem by shortening the name to a simple ‘Hippo’ and it would meet all the requirements. If you are looking for a name for your online product, you could just use it with another word such as ‘Hippo Marketing’ or ‘Hippy Marketing’ to make it easy to remember. Hence a better name would have to be short in length so that it is easy for people to remember, and also it would be easy for people to spell it out correctly.

A good business name should not limit your businesses’ growth.

That is right. Your business name should not limit your businesses’ growth. Now what exactly does that mean? How can a business name limit your growth? Ok let me explain. Take for example; you are using a business name like ‘Pete’s Articles’. Now your business name indicates that you are doing Articles for your clients. But what if you wish to expand your business into backlinking services as well? Would that mean that you will have to create another business name? Which is why sometimes it might be better to use a name such as ‘Freelance By Pete’ or something similar like ‘Petelancing’ to indicate that you handle a lot of ‘different jobs’ in with the use of the word Freelancing.

This kind of names will not limit your growth in the future and potential expansion of your main services or product range. Therefore, always go for a sensible and general name instead of a specific name unless you never plan to expand your business and that you want to establish a strong expertise and focus on your business. For example, if you want people to regard you as the expert SEO practitioner you can use a name like this ‘SEOMasters’ and then go on and prove to the world that you are qualified for that name. A strong business name like that can give you a lot of authority, but mind you, you if you want to expand your business to something else, you might need to find a new name for that new project.

Make sure your business name has not been taken.

When you have finally found the name of your choice, you will want to list out a few variations so that you can choose the best name that you like. The next thing you will have to do is to do a search online to see if the business name of your choice has already been taken or not. You can search on Google or on a domain registrar to see if your name is still available or not. If your name has already been taken, then go back to your list and choose another name. If the business name of your choice is still available, then you can go ahead and finalize your decision and take actions to secure the name. Remember a good business name can become a huge factor to the success of your business.

Originally posted 2013-10-27 22:30:05.

When is the best time to send an email to your list?

It’s no secret that the key to internet marketing success is to have a good and responsive email list. Now there have been many discussions on this topic on how one can build a huge email list or how one should try to create a good relationship with the list for it to be responsive. However one factor remains in the dark and that is the best time to send the email for the best response. There is without a doubt that this factor does play a huge role in your open rate and click through rate of your emails.

Obviously the fundamentals behind the open rate and the right time to send your email are that you will essentially want to send your emails out at a time when the recipients are already in front of their computer. And after many years of marketing online, many self-experiments and exchange of knowledge with a lot of other internet marketers it is safe to say that there is NO best time to send an email. However, the truth remains that there are ‘better’ times to send an email and there are times when you should avoid sending your emails out. Let us take a quick look at some of the best times to send out an email.

Weekend… quick offers.

It is said that on a weekend, people are out to have fun and rarely sitting on their computer to read about all your marketing jambalayas. But we all know that one can never really be parted by our PC 100%. That’s right, we get itchy and we will one way or another try to browse on the internet, briefly surf on Facebook and you guess it right… quickly check our emails on a weekend. What this means is that although we are pressed with time on the weekend… we are still lurking near to see what’s going on. Hence on a weekend, a quick and cheap offer (one that does not require a lot of decision making) will usually do pretty well.

This is because those who are on their PC and are interested with your product will be more inclined to grab it by impulse and since the price point isn’t too expensive, they won’t have to worry too much about making a mistake. This has proven to work over and over again and the next time you wish to send out an email on a weekend, try sending a quick promo on a low end offer. You should see a good response from it even if it is on a weekend.

Weekend… Newsletter for relaxing.

Another great thing to send out on a weekend is to actually use a casual and short newsletter. Studies have shown that people on the weekend do casually browse on their emails looking for good newsletter to read. Think of it has a good book which out next to the beach. In todays’ modern world, people that do not bring a book out usually have a tablet or a smart phone with them and this actually changes a lot of the mechanics of the email marketing game.

Time to send an email to your list if you know what I mean, you should try and send a friendly, entertaining and yet at the same time educative newsletter out occasionally on a weekend and you will be building a good strong relationship like no other.

Sundays… Better CTR? Low open rate?

A recent experiment from a fellow marketing friend has proven that while on a Sunday a typical time to send an email to your list has a much lower open rate, the click through rate was actually better. This is probably because those who are actually on their PC has nothing better to do or has some spare time before they head out. Hence, since they have more time to ‘burn’ they will be less reluctant to click on your links to find out more. Obviously those who clicks on your email links also spent time reading on your email.

This kind of traffic is actually as a much higher quality than those ‘rushed’ clicks. In fact, if you have a compelling sales letter, those who clicked on your links on a Sunday and have more ‘free’ time will actually read your sales letter in a more detailed manner. Guess what this would do to your sales conversion if your sales letter is a killer one? Your sales numbers will not be disappointing at all.

B2B vs B2C ? Work Hours vs After hours

If your product is a B2B (Business to Business) offer then it makes sense to actually send out your offer on a ‘working’ hour because people are in the business mood and are more willing to think about their business or make an investment decision on these set times.

However, if your product is in a B2C (Business to Consumer) niche, then you can be sure that you will get a better response if you send out your promotional emails after their working hours. This is the exact reasons why so many gurus urge their students to be in the shoes of your potential customers so that you understand the best conditions in order to market to them effectively.

Mondays are slow days.

One of the worst times to send out is on Mondays. I guess this is because of the ‘norm’ or ‘culture’ that People are just slower to and more reluctant to be responsive on a Monday. This is just a part of being human. However, as I mentioned before, things could differ in a different niche and thus the only way to find out if Monday is a good time to mail to your subscribers is to actually test it yourself. Only then will you be able to tell if the people in your niche are responsive to your emails on a much dreaded Monday.

Originally posted 2013-08-08 05:02:07.

Common Content Outsourcing Mistakes That You Should Avoid At All Cost.

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Writing content for your website or blog is very important for your business. Your content does two things essentially. One is to help you connect with your audience and next is to place yourself on the good side of Google. Now to those who had never written content for their website you might know the agony of writing content or even the amount of work that is involved. To those who have been there will surely know the tedious work that is involved in churning out constant quality content for a website.

This then will naturally lead a business person to think about outsourcing their content. The good news is, outsourcing is very easy on the internet today because it is readily available, and you can find talented workers on freelance sites such as, or etc. However, there a few common outsourcing mistakes that you should know before trying to outsource any work online. Good outsourcing can improve your business while bad outsourcing could actually harm your business and waste your budget. Let’s take a look at some of these common mistakes business owners make when trying to outsource their work and content to the online freelancing community.

Hiring The Cheapest Workers.

It is easy to fall into this category when trying to hire people to do your ghostwriting work or pretty much any outsourced work online. This is because most small business owners are operating on a very tight budget and it makes sense to save every penny you can on your content and then use the remaining budget on advertising your website. However, you couldn’t be more wrong. Although hiring the cheapest workers or ghostwriters out there might be the first logical choice, you must understand that there is reason why there are cheap.

As the saying goes, you get what you paid for… and this surely rings the bell of truth when you are outsourcing on the internet. One may get lucky once in a while where you can get quality work for a very low price but most of the time you will find that you will not have this luxury to get cheap work with a satisfactory quality.

If you use those cheap freelancers, not only will you find a lot of careless mistakes on the work that they provide you might even have to deal with delivery delays or in the worst case scenario, they might even run away with your hard-earned money. Hence, placing your bet on these cheap workers is certainly risky.

Common Content Outsourcing Mistakes That You Should Avoid At All Cost.

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Originally posted 2013-03-09 05:42:08.

Inspiring Batman Quotes For Business Success Part 2.

Inspiring Batman Quotes For Business Success Part 2.

The Batman has been with us for the longest time and as a hero character it has taught us a lot about justice the latest movie trilogy of Batman is all about that. So what else can the trilogy teach us especially when it comes to business?
Take a look at these inspiring quotes below and learn how it can help you understand the world of business better… in a different angle.

Harvey Dent: “You make your own luck.”

Inspiring Batman Quotes For Business Success Part 2.As any successful person, in any niche, in any categories in live what they think about this four lettered word. LUCK. I am sure most of them will answer more or less the same.

“I do not believe in Luck…”

This is because most of the successful people in the world do not depend on luck when it comes to their success. They work hard for it, and they certainly put in a lot of time, effort and thought into what they do every day so that they can move one step closer to their success.

This explains why they give very little credit to luck itself. In fact, in our business, we usually tell our clients that L.U.C.K stands for “Living Under Correct Knowledge”.

That’s right. If you spend time to learn the right knowledge and actually act on the knowledge, then you will succeed. And in many ways you get lucky that way. So the next time you feel unlucky, try to remember these quotes. Let them inspire you to pick yourself up and start doing the right things. You will find yourself living a happier life and a more vibrant one as well while realizing your dreams when you finally succeed.

Batman: “Killing is not justice.”

Make no mistake about it, killing should never be involved in business. But how does this quote relate to our business you asked? Well, what this quote means is that we should never do things the ‘wrong’ way to get to what we want.

We should never ever try to cheat our way to the top. Sure you might earn a little more but in the long run your ‘foul’ ways will soon catch up to you like it or not, and you will have to pay back a lot more in return. That’s just how the natural laws work. Hence you must always keep your morals close to you and run your business the legitimate way.

Doing the right things also helps keep your conscience clear and that gives you an ease of mine when you spend the money that you earned the right way. Doing this the ‘good’ way also helps give you a good reputation and thus your business will survive in the long run. Perhaps this is the main difference from a legitimate business and a shady one.

The Joker: “Why so serious?”

Sure enough, we all have our priorities set high. We want to succeed as quick as possible. In fact, most of us wish we are already successful 5 years ago, which is why some of us do over work ourselves and forget to stop and take a breather.

Why So Serious?

That quote stopped me in my track and makes me think. “Oh wow, the Joker is right”. I am in no hurry to rush the project and sacrifice the enjoyment of the journey to success. Life is moving fast and if we do not live in the now… then it will be too late. If we just focus on our business and neglect our mind, ethics, families and even our kids, we will be burnt out very soon.

And mind you many give up on their journey because they feel burnt out. They feel overwhelmed. They were so excited with the promises for overnight riches that they have forgotten that what is important is to savor the journey be it, a struggling journey or a bitter one because one day we will all look back at our past and realize that it is our past that shapes who we are today.

Never wait until to it is too late or when we are almost at the end of our lives and decide that we should enjoy our lives. By then, you would be too tired, or incapable of enjoying the many beauties of live any more.

The Joker: I like this job – I like it!

I guess now we know why the Joker was so good at what he does. He is a madly in love with what he is doing (although he is not doing the right things)… he does it with joy.

When we love what we are doing, our creative juices will pour out willingly. We will be able to churn out more than we usually could. It’s easy to actually work hard on the things that we love. It becomes part of us when we immerse yourself when we are doing what we love. It is a state where we are no longer doing ‘work’, but instead we are smiling and enjoying every second of it.

That is what passion is. It’s not merely just any interest. It’s getting things done effectively, efficiently and with much joy. We should envy those who are able to enjoy those who are able to work in a field that they love. But why envy when we all have the choice to do what we like? Choose your niche wisely and you will be rewarded with a much happier day every day.

Bane: No one cared who I was until I put on the mask.

In business, we are a ‘NOBODY’ if we are doing the same thing as everyone else is. You become like everyone. You write the same kind of sales letter. You send the same kinds of email every day. You teach the same thing as everyone else. However, if you could just try to do something a little different than the rest, and you will instantly see that people will notice you a lot more. – Be drastic. Get noticed. Make money.

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Originally posted 2012-12-31 08:07:51.