Senin, 29 November 2021
Sabtu, 27 November 2021
And How Does it Really Work?
I want to teach you guys what affiliate marketing is. So I'm going to show you guys the basics and fundamentals. Just explain how it works and I'm going to hop into my computer actually. And show you guys some real examples and show you step by step how people are using affiliate marketing these days to make money online. And trust me when I say this, everyone does affiliate marketing, literally everyone.
All the famous YouTubers, all the tech reviewers, people on Instagram, all those fitness people. Big companies like Uber, Lyft. Blogs like Smart Passive Income. And even small food blogs, "small" food blogs do affiliate marketing. So, let's just hop into the computer so I can live you guys an actual click by click, step-by-step on how affiliate marketing works and what it is. Alright so we have transported inside of my computer using a little technology called Magic. And now I'm going to show you guys step-by-step some real world examples of how affiliate marketing works and how it is used in the real world. But just to get things started, a basic description at its core of affiliate is that it is just referrals, okay. So affiliate marketing it's kind of a fancy term for just referrals. It's basically referring people to products and services of companies that are not your own and then receiving commission if those people sign up or take action upon your referral. Usually through a link.
Basically, Amazon Associates if I just go right here, it is Amazon's affiliate program. Let's just log out of that real quick. So Amazon Associates is Amazon's affiliate program. And as you guys can see, earn up to 10% advertising fees with a trusted e-commerce leader. So if you join Amazon Associates which you guys can do today. It's completely free but you might need to have a website in order to get approved. Some people are able to without it. But I would have a website just in case. Alright guys so if you log in and then you just look up products for Amazon Associates that you can promote.
So that's how it works at its core. Amazon Associates is the largest in terms of affiliate programs because it just has the widest range of products. But there are many sort of affiliate networks that have more exclusive offers with the companies and with the products that may yield you a higher percentage of commission. So this is just a quick example right here of how people do it on YouTube. I'm gonna move on to the next example which is blogs. And my favorite affiliate marketing blog is smartpassiveincome.com. It's created by a guy named Pat Flynn who is awesome. He has an awesome podcast that you guys should check out. But basically Pat's been crushing it with affiliate marketing for as long as I've been in the game basically.
And if you look at this, this is his income reports. And as you can see two mill during the last 12 months. Six figures a month when a lot of people are trying to strive for six figures a year, this guy's making six figures every single month. But basically if you scroll down. If I just choose the latest income report. So we'll do August 2017. I just scroll down and I'll show you guys that he actually is transparent enough to share his affiliate marketing earnings broken down by company.
You see Amazon, He made about 600 bucks, not too bad.But if you scroll down to some of these other companies like Bluehost, you see $19,470 from a single source of affiliate marketing. So from posting links guys. Again, it's that simple, it's that easy. It's completely passive income. Which is one of the reasons why I believe it is the best online business that anyone can take up today.
Kamis, 25 November 2021
Jumat, 19 November 2021
Marketing Strategy Plan For Lawyers
Coming up with the best Marketing Strategy plan for lawyers is a little different from marketing for other professional services firms. If you've spent any time selling in today's competitive market place, you know it can be uniquely challenging. Many markets are individually idiosyncratic and uniquely resistant. It requires special insights, strategies and training to successfully penetrate, which often adds a few twists and turns onto your roadmap. However, this doesn't make it impossible to navigate to your final destination.
The first thing to do is to understand your marketing objectives. Where are you going with all this effort? For the companies with strategic marketing plans and marketing budgets, "Ready, Aim, Fire" is no longer enough. There must be a concept of the greater vision - to bring real value to the marketplace. There are a couple of key tactics you can use to do this, highly effective marketing tactics that are invisible to the client in the selling process.
The formulate the best possible strategy, ask your clients why they chose you and your company. When talking to them, explain that you want to ensure that you are providing the service and products they want and need. Let them know how much you need their honest feedback during this time. As a result of this interview process, you will likely come up with a lot of new ideas for offering real value to your client.
The key to this strategy is that you are not selling; you are asking for your prospect's advice on improving your company. This is actually an excellent indirect marketing opportunity, invisible marketing.
Another invisible marketing strategy begins even before your first meeting with your prospect. It comes as a result of understanding your marketplace and the greatest pains of your clients. What keeps them up late at night? What makes them wake up in a cold sweat, urgently seeking a solution? How can you and your firm speak to the pain and provide top-level service to your prospect?
By placing yourself directly between your prospect and the solution to their greatest need, you're applying the most effective marketing strategy possible. You're offering genuine value in the marketplace.
Success happens when you have a solid strategy in mind or roadmap to guide you. If done right, creating a business development strategy can be simple, especially when you focus on this time tested marketing directive. The best Marketing Strategy plan for lawyers is to make your marketing invisible by interviewing them and easing your clients' greatest pains. Do that, and they will beat a path to your door.
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Rabu, 17 November 2021
The Psychology of Education
In psychology or how education as a discipline is taught in psychology as a subject. Education and psychology are related in more than one way and educational psychology can be related to educational principles. Primarily the focus of educational psychology is the study of how human learning occurs, what ways of teaching are most effective, what different methods should be used to teach gifted or disabled children and how the principles of psychology can help in the study of schools as social systems.
However a distinction between the more general educational psychology and more specific psychological or individualistic education could help in understanding the nuances of individualistic study and give a subjective dimension to the study of psychology in education. This could also help in making learning systems more student based and according to the needs of culture, society, individual or personal factors. This sort of study with a focus on personal/psychological aspects of learning is not just about social objectives and objectives within educational systems but also about personal goals and objectives and the psychological processes involved in learning. There has to be a clearer demarcation between education in psychology as a general study and individualistic education in psychology as a more specific and subjective discipline.
As of now educational psychology encompasses a wide range of issues and topics including the use of technology and its relation to psychology, learning techniques and instructional design. It also considers the social, cognitive, behavioural dimensions of learning but it would be necessary to make education more personal and individualistic through a special branch with a psychological focus on education so that individual needs are considered. There could be two ways in which this branch of knowledge could evolve - either by strengthening psychological education or individualistic approach to the psychology of education or by having two distinct branches of general educational psychology and individualistic educational psychology.
As in client centered approach to psychology, a psychology of education should also include further research that would highlight the need for individualistic dimensions in learning. Learning psychology is the use of psychological theories for example that of Jean Piaget and Kohler in the study of learning techniques, especially among children. I have already discussed Piaget but briefly Piaget's theory higlights different stages of learning in children and Kohler suggested that learning occurs by sudden comprehension or understanding, however I will not go further into learning theories here. Whereas the focus of educational psychology is on learning techniques per se and the role of the learner is considered only secondary, a branch of individualistic psychology in education could help in emphasizing the role of the learner considering not just their disabilities or giftedness but also their personality patterns. This focus on personality patterns brings out the central role of understanding psychology in educational systems.
Educational psychology studies both the personal approaches to education as in giftedness, disability, learning theories applied to children and adults, and the more general objective approaches to learning as the role of schools as social or cultural systems.
The psychology of education could include the following branches:
General Educational Psychology
1. Learning Systems - As studied from individualistic learning perspectives and generalized learning perspectives, a discussion of the different theories, practices and systems or techniques of learning is an integral part of educational psychology and especially central to general educational psychology.
2. Social Systems - The use of education in social, cultural and economic systems could be considered within the psychological context and this relates to the role of education in society.
Individualistic Educational Psychology
1. Learning Systems - Learning techniques and systems or methods will have to be in accordance with the needs of the children or adult participants and according to skills of the teachers. Needs vary according to personal traits and abilities and individual needs will have to be considered during the learning process.
2. Social Systems - Individual learning psychology will have to be studied according to specific social and cultural backgrounds of the learners and thus a more subjective study of learning approaches and centralized role of the individual in the learning process considering their social, cultural or intellectual background will have to be considered.