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Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Chiropractic Marketing Web 2.0 Simplified | Ping.fm


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Online Advertising In China

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

online advertising in china

Is blog advertising an effective way to promote your company in China?

I am doing research to see different options for online marketing in China. Blog advertising was an option, but is it worth the money? How many people read ad blogs in China?

It’s actually quite pointless to bother with blogs – mostly because any url with the word ‘blog’ in it is blocked by the chinese firewall.

You need to also consider how you will be selling the product and in what currency. Chinese typically do not ever use credit cards. Online purchases are done through online banking.

In terms of currency, a product offered at a price considered cheap in american dollars will likely be out of the range of most in China, who in general only make about 400-500 USD a month at a good job.

Depending on what you are selling, and the impact you want to make here, Be sure also to research the business stylings of the chinese. As a rule, the best way to get ahead is to build a better portfolio of people you know. THe chinese strive for harmony in all dealings and will prefer to do business with a person/company that brings something to the table in social relations. If your company is out to make money to benefit itself only you might have a hard time breaking into the market here, where a family owned business that knows everyone who is anyone would beat you out.

Consider starting out on www.taobao.com the chinese ebay, but be warned, you will likely need to pad your feedback for anyone to even remotely take you seriously. I’ve seen many coworkers immediately dismiss anyone without a 100% positive feedback and thousands of customers to back up the numbers.

China’s Online Ad Market


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Online Advertising Japan

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

+if you’re into japan please help me?

Hey! My name’s Kumiko. I live in Japan. I am half american and half japanese.
I’ve noticed how American girls (and some guys!) are into Japanese fashion and such.
i’ve decided to create an online business selling products from Japan. not a rip off price or anything.
because i’ve also noticed how people buy hello kitty products for such an expensve price…
so anyway im not advertising my site!
i would just like some ideas on what i should sell
in other words what you guys would like from japan!
thank you!
-kumi
some people should just stay in the religions section of yahoo answers….

JAPANESE FASHION MAGAZINES GALORREEE!!!!!!! LIKE Egg, Ageha, Fruits, ect.
Let me tell you thats a major one you want to provide, people want fashion magazines from Japan that they can keep! And look at time and time again:)
Hello Kitty Items
Cell Phone Charms, ect.
Nail Stuff
Make Up (such as Fake Eyelashes, Lipsticks, Eyeshadows, Eyeshadow Kits, Eyeliners)
Bento Boxes (really cute ones not plain ones)
Jewelry
T-Shirts (Like ones with Cute Japanese sayings and such, ones you won’t find in America)
Japanese Hats (AS in the cute rabbit, or Pikachu, ect. Ones you can’t find anywhere but Japan)
Also don’t let that first guy or anyone else, discourage you… It may be wrong for them to start a store but it may be perfect for you!

Online market in Japan – Yuko Tanaka


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Online Marketing Banking

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Which UK bank is the market leader in offering online banking services?

I am looking to join one of the big four UK Banks.
HSBC, Lloyds TSB, Natwest or Barclays however I was interested in knowling which of these 4 can offer me the most services online. Ranging from Current account to mortgages, I would like to manage all my financial products online.

You will probably get a better answer by clicking on the Great Britain flag at the bottom of this page (where your question is displayed).

Or start here:
http://uk.yahoo.com/


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Online Marketing Strategy Examples

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Please help in marketing?

Search your local newspaper for advertisements and examples of pricing strategies. If you do not have access to a local newspaper, search for a newspaper online.

What are two pricing strategies that you found in the advertisements?
Describe the function the price serves for each product or service

two pricing strategies that you found in the advertisements :
To Attract people by telling the price is Very reasonable
Like UP TO 80% Discount
& When you go over their you find actual Discount On an Average is 10 – 20 %
Attract more People & Grab Business By Misleading The com-men Person


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Online Advertising Revenue 2010

Monday, August 30th, 2010

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Online Marketing Certificate Programs

Monday, August 30th, 2010

What is the job market like for a medical transcriptionist?

I am a stay-at-home mom but I need to find a way to make some money so my husband can work less. I already have my bachelors degree, but I’m considering a course from my local community college called “Medical Transcriptionist Career Certificate Program.” It is a 240 hour online course. If I complete this course, can I expect to work from home part time, without much other experience? (The only experience I have in the medical field is a year as a veterinary assistant.) I’m not trying to find full-time work, just enough to make life a little more comfortable or to allow my husband to cut back his hours. I live in NJ near Philly and there are lots of doctors and medical offices nearby.

I spent a couple of years on an account in New Jersey! =)

The US Department of Labor states” Employment of medical transcriptionists is projected to grow 14 percent from 2006 to 2016, faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for medical transcription services will be spurred by a growing and aging population. Older age groups receive proportionately greater numbers of medical tests, treatments, and procedures that require documentation. A high level of demand for transcription services also will be sustained by the continued need for electronic documentation that can be shared easily among providers, third-party payers, regulators, consumers, and health information systems. Growing numbers of medical transcriptionists will be needed to amend patients’ records, edit documents from speech recognition systems, and identify discrepancies in medical reports.”

“Wage-and-salary medical transcriptionists had median hourly earnings of $14.40 in May 2006. The middle 50 percent earned between $12.17 and $17.06. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $10.22, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $20.15.”

If your hoping to get into this field, you will most likely need training from an AHDI ‘approved’ program. Most employers require experience or participation in one of the top AHDI approved schools. If your looking into Medical Transcription pay the extra in tuition to attend an ‘approved’ school.

Many people have received training through inadequate programs only to find out that they are unable to find a job. AHDI sets the standards for MT courses. Employers know that graduates of these ‘approved’ courses have gained the skills necessary to begin their career as an MT. —— AHDI is the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity – www.ahdionline.org (formerly known as the American Association for Medical Transcription).

I attended Career Step and received a job (at-home) less than a week after graduating. I’ve received several more job offers since, but have stuck with my original employer because of the flexibility they offer. Career Step is an AHDI approved program and they are partnered with many of the major MT employers. In other words, their graduates get the jobs. Many companies require 2-3 years experience, however, a lot of these companies will waive this requirement if you graduate from the right school.

I recommend CS because they are partnered with MANY employers, self-paced (you can finish in a few months or take as long as over a year or two), and more affordable than many courses. Plus, I have personal experience (and success) with the program. Attending your local community college will give you a good chance at a job in-house, but if you are wanting to work from home, an online ‘approved’ course is the way to go. Choosing the right school is so important! They do offer financial aid and payment plans. 🙂

As for accreditation, Medical Transcription is not a degree. Therefore, accreditation is not necessary and, unless you plan on pursing a medical degree in the future, may be useless. It is for this reason that AHDI set up a ‘model curriculum’ approval process in order to weed out inadequate programs. However, if accreditation is important to you, Career Step is partnered with several community colleges. You get an AHDI-approved course in a college setting – credits and all.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me: bcharmed01 at yahoo dot com

Amit Sharan on University of San Francisco’s new Master certificate in Internet Marketing


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Online Advertising Knowledge

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

online advertising knowledge

How can I set up Email group to add complaints to FTC file re: unsolicited email and pornographic contacts?

Would like to include inserted list of such email sent addresses.
Access available to public and other groups.
I have a little pc knowledge…not enough for this …LOL:}
Would like, asking for the moon, for chat access link…
If setting up blog, how to advertise? Online…

u wil get complete nd accurate information directly from experts here 🙂

http://www.pcworkathome.in/blog.html

What Do I Do With All This Knowledge?


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Online Advertising Affect

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

online advertising affect

Selling Avon / Mary Kay?

Those of you ladies that do or have:

1)How long have you been selling Avon/Mary Kay for?
2)Was it/has it been a rewarding experiance?
3)Did it really up your cash flow?
4)What does it take to get started? (I know with Mary Kay you have to meet with another person and sign an agreement then pay $100 for sample products and such to distribute or try yourself). What about Avon?
5)Even though the economy isn’t going that well right now, do you feel that this has tremendously affected how many women purchase products from you?
6)Is this a good job for a stay-at-home parent in your opinion?
7)What do you think has been the most effective selling method for the products (i.e. advertising online, door-to-door, passing out product booklets at stores, etc)?

Thank you to all that answer any or all of these!
<3

1)How long have you been selling Avon for? Since April 2009

2)Was it/has it been a rewarding experience? Yes it is.

3)Did it really up your cash flow? I was surprised how much I made last year when I added it all up, well worth it!

4)What does it take to get started? For Avon it’s $10 Face to face or $20 online at www.startavon.com using reference code JEBY. You get the same startup kit either way(20 Avon books and instructional booklets ect) extra $10 online for it to be sent to you.

5)Even though the economy isn’t going that well right now, do you feel that this has tremendously affected how many women purchase products from you? No, they just like Avon.

6)Is this a good job for a stay-at-home parent in your opinion? It is for several I know.

7)What do you think has been the most effective selling method for the products (i.e. advertising online, door-to-door, passing out product booklets at stores, etc)? All I have done is pass out Avon books at stores, a few to friends.


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Online Advertising Best Practice

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

I need a product for an advertising pitch?

I want to rev up my advertising portfolio and get some more practice when it comes to making ads. So I want everybody to suggest;

1. A product
2. A target market
and
3. A medium (is it print, online, billboard, etc)

Ten points goes to the best product to pitch. (And please no dirty ones)

1. Food – any like burgers or pizza or soda.
2. Everybody – because everyone eats.
3. TV adds, Billboard and Online are all great media tools.

Best practices in Hotel Internet Marketing and Online Promotion


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