This is the first issue in the FREE podcast series I promised to do to offer practical information and education for use by my clients (and other business owners) who own websites.
Subtitle: Part 1 – Don’t Serve Prospects At the Expense of Your Profits [You Are a Marketer First & An Expert Second]
My decision to do this arose from a recent series of experiences my web hosting clients had, in which they have had to effectively pay double what they paid just 1 year ago, to renew their domain name registration and website hosting! This was caused by the inadvertent crash in value of the Nigerian Naira within the last 6 to 9 months especially.
It so happens that I’ve constantly told all website owners I connect with, my clients especially, that a website is ONLY working when -at the very least – it pays for itself, and ideally, it should do more than that – by helping to owner boost SAVE money (by cutting marketing etc costs) and also MAKE MORE money (by generating additional sales leads to complement offline efforts).
In this first podcast, I explain the required thinking, and start with a case study based on a real life case study, in which the benefits of Information Products creation and marketing are made apparent.
Hope you find it useful – and if you need any help making use of the ideas I propose in it, do let me know(click here to send a message).
You’re reading [PODCAST] Making Money With Your Online Presence to Cover Your Annual Website Renewal Payments: Part 1 – Don’t Serve Prospects At the Expense of Your Profits [You Are a Marketer First & An Expert Second] by Tayo Solagbade, originally posted on his Daily Self-Development (SD) Nuggets™ blog. If you loved reading this post, be sure to follow Tayo on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
On 4th May 2014, Tayo’s 9 year old domain (Spontaneousdevelopment dot com), was taken over by Aplus.net. Within a few days however, Tayo used his advanced self-taught web development skills to build (and move his website contents into) a SUPERIOR “reincarnation” at http://www.tayosolagbade.com.
Most URLs bearing the old domain name appearing in search engines should now work if “spontaneousdevelopment.com” is replaced with “tayosolagbade.com”. If you experience any difficulties finding a page or document, email Tayo at tksola dot com.
Click “Tayo, What Happened to SpontaneousDevelopmentDotCom?” to read a detailed narrative about how the above event occurred :-))
Here’s an article Tayo wrote, to inspire others to defy adversity, and bounce back to even greater reckoning at what they do EVERY time:
Succeed by Emerging from Adversity Like a Phoenix (TayoSolagbade.com launches extra Hosting plan with FREE Web Marketing!)
And he wrote the one below, to explain why losing a domain name, no matter how old NO LONGER determines your online success or otherwise: