Xtreme Business Program

Xtreme Business Program “How to EXPLODE Your Sales and Profits, Get Customers by The Bucketful, And Keep Them Coming Back for More” At last! A Simple Step by Step Sales and Marketing Program. That Anyone Can Apply to Their Business – No Matter What Your Experience. No Matter What Product or Service You Sell, And No Matter How Fierce the Competition Is… The Xtreme Business Program© is the first program of its kind that acts as your personal mentor. And fast tracks you and your business to reach your goals and aspirations. You, yes you, can do it when you follow this “paint-by-numbers” Program… Do not lose Your Business because you did not read this report.       Hi, my name is Dr Michael John Freestone. My contacts call me Michael and my friends call me Doc. I’m a Marketing Professional, Performance Improvement Specialist, with an Advanced Digital Marketing Diploma and a Master of Business Administration In Marketing and a Doctorate in Business Administration passed summa cum laude, with a Distinction in Business Finance. My team and I use a very successful, almost foolproof Program to grow any small or medium-sized business. Enough about me. This is all about You. In your heart, you know you have a good business. That’s important. You know you can help people solve their problems. You feel you deserve to be making more money – after all other people can do it – why not you? Unfortunately, having a good product or service simply isn’t enough to guarantee your success. In (more…)

‘Why does Canada have so much online learning?

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Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.tonybates.ca Some interesting statistics contained in this report: Key factors influencing growth in online learning This is one of those questions where I think your guess will be as good as mine. This is an area where we need more facts and more research. However, here are my thoughts on this. 1. The growth of lifelong learning With the development of a knowledge-based economy, and with the amount of research and knowledge increasing rapidly each year, more and more people will need to go on learning new things well after they finish their full-time post-secondary education. A lot of this can be done informally (such as through the Danish adult education centres or MOOCs), but there has certainly been strong growth in North America in fully online professional masters programs, for instance. Such programs will become increasingly important given the need for continuous learning in a knowledge-based society. 2. History and geography It is important to understand that Denmark is a small, compact European country that you can drive across in five hours. Hardly anyone lives more than an hour’s drive (or bike ride) from a post-secondary institution, tuition is free, and there is an excellent campus-based higher education system – so there has probably been little demand for distance education programs in Denmark. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new (more…)

5 Reasons Why Your Website Is Not Converting

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How do you measure the success of a site? Conversion is an issue if you are not converting so read this Blog 5 Reasons Why Your Website Is Not Converting an see if this will help. You could have a lot of traffic going to your site, but those visits don’t really matter if you aren’t converting them into customers. The only visitors that matter are those that are adding to your bottom-line. All other traffic is essentially wasted. 5 Reasons Why Your Website Is Not Converting Are you finding yourself with a lot of traffic, selling the right products at competitive prices, yet not with many paying customers? Then read on to find out why your site isn’t converting and what you can do about it. Check Your Current Conversion Rate First things first, you should know your current conversion rate. Whether you measure your conversions by product purchases, brochure downloads or email newsletter signups: you need to be measuring and tracking those conversions regularly. You can track your conversion rate using Goals in Google Analytics, or through any other analytics platform of your choosing. So what’s considered a good conversion rate? The ideal rate is between 2 to 3 percent. This rate could be higher or lower based on the value of the conversion (e.g. you’d have more difficulty converting customers if you’re selling products or services worth $10,000+). But if you’re having less than 2 percent conversion and your conversion value isn’t very high, then you might have a (more…)