Monthly Archives: March 2010

Wednesday, 31 March 2010, 04:30 pm Written by 

We are an Internet Marketing and Advertising firm. We are seeking experienced and energetic telemarketers to fill positions in our Sales Office.

Experience Requirements:

– Sales Background
– Customer Service
– Persuasive, Tactful and Professional

Position Outline:

– Cold Call Prospects and Provide Service Details
– Turn Prospective Leads Into Signed Contracts

* Training Provided *
*Part Time – Monday – Friday*
*Base + Commission

Email Resume to: service@executivedecisionmarketing.com (reference job #934)

Wednesday, 31 March 2010, 04:26 pm Written by 

We are seeking experienced and energetic Account Managers / Sales Reps to fill positions in our Sales Office.

Experience and Character Requirements:

– Excellent Verbal and Listening Skills
– Ability to Set and Achieve Personal and Company Goals
– Persuasive, Tactful and Professional
– Strong Sales Background
– Abides by Ethical Standards

Position Outline:

– Cold Call to Generate New Sales Opportunities
– Turn Prospective Leads Into Signed Contracts While Steadily Growing a Pipeline of New Clients for Future Sales
– Assist in Client Problem Resolution to Ensure High Quality and Satisfaction

* Training Provided *
* Flexible Hours *
* Unlimited Earning Potential *
* High Commission Split with No Cap *
* Generous Bonuses *
* $500 Sign-On Bonus *

Please send resume to: service@executivedecisionmarketing.com (reference job #625)

Monday, 29 March 2010, 02:11 am Written by 

We all wish we could just post a site on the Internet, and that would be it. Just give it some good content, make sure all the links work, and be immediately set upon by tons and tons of high value customers. But in this world, that’s just not always possible. So some very bright person invented first page placement, as a means of letting “the little guys” compete with the “big boys,” who are generally going to be high up there just because they carry all the clout.

But you might be wondering what first page placement even is. It’s a bit less known than PPC and SEO… probably because it doesn’t have an acronym associated with it. That’s my guess, at least. Simply put, first page placement is where one party (say, an internet marketer or web site owner who wants to be seen) pays another party to arrange a steady deal with the major search engines, so that the web site owning party pays a monthly fee for an ad on the search engine’s first page, instead of paying individually for every click their ad receives.

There have been instances in the past where vengeful competing sites have actually either paid freelance personnel to click a link over and over again, while digitally altering their IP address, or setting up specialized software to do the very same thing. These web site owners do this as a means of costing their opponents large sums of money, while simultaneously showing them skewed visitor metrics, which lead to false assumptions and possible misallocation of their future advertising and linking budgets. Needless to say, the search engines do their best to curtail this sort of activity – but nothing’s perfect.

And that is why first page placement can be an immense help to an ambitious but wary web site owner. It allows your site to be on the first page of search engines, leveling the playing field between the “big boys” and those who possess a larger degree of gravitas then green stuff. In addition, it allows you freedom from having to fear that your link is being clicked by someone who has a vested interest in your failure.

Friday, 19 March 2010, 05:47 am Written by 

When you’re trying to optimize your site for the search engines, it’s very tempting to just say, “forget doing this the right way! I’ll just shell out a bunch of cash, and get it done by some expensive pro!” While a lovely sentiment for the economy, this will harm you in many ways. Expensive doesn’t always equal good, you know. Affordable SEO can actually be the best.

But how do you get affordable SEO? It’s pretty complicated, but there are some very important steps toward getting to the top in the search engine game:

1. Know your audience.

Obviously, “if you build it, they will come” is a bit simplistic. You really do need to know what your intended wants to read about.

You DO know who your intended audience is, right? What gender are they, what’s their family situation, what educational level have they attained, what kinds of jobs do they work (or maybe they’re retired or stay-at-home?)? Those are just a few of the BIG questions you need to think through… the small ones will begin to present themselves, once you have a broad picture.

2. Write top notch content.

Now that you’ve thought about what, you have to actually write it. This isn’t some “get rich MENTALLY” concept, where you can just sit there saying affirmations to yourself and expect results. Write a few dozen articles… and see how your audience responds to them. Make adjustments accordingly, and write a dozen more.

3. Use your keywords properly.

Make sure that whatever your main subject matter is, there are PLENTIFUL references to it all over your site, especially on your main page. Don’t be afraid to experiment with creative language, and the use of alternative key phrases (combinations of more than one key word, that tend to get noticed more easily on search engines).

4. Use links intelligently.

Remember that to receive, you must first give. Find great sites that serve your niche (or related ones), and offer to link to them. It’s your decision whether you offer this as just a kindly gesture sans strings, or if you offer a link exchange.

While affordable SEO isn’t exactly rocket science, it still requires a great deal of thought to do properly… and it’s a lot of work, once the thinking stage is through. But in the end, it’ll all be worth the while.

 

Tuesday, 16 March 2010, 04:50 pm Written by 

We are an Internet Marketing and Advertising firm. We are seeking experienced and energetic telemarketers to fill positions in our Sales Office.

Requirements:

– Strong Sales Background
– Excellent Verbal and Listening Skills
– Persuasive, Tactful and Professional
– Abides by Ethical Standards

Outline:

– Cold Call to Generate New Sales Opportunities
– Turn Prospective Leads Into Signed Contracts

* Training Provided *
*Part Time – Monday – Friday*
*Base + Commission

Email Resume to: service@executivedecisionmarketing.com (reference job #321)

Tuesday, 16 March 2010, 04:43 pm Written by 

Internet Marketing and Advertising Firm looking for Experienced and Energetic closers, the kind who are looking to earn at least 8k per month. You must be self-motivated, ambitious and interested in driving your own income. You must be able to:

-Build New Business Relationships

-Conduct Online Presentations of our Services

-Successfully Close Sales

We are an established and dynamic online marketing firm. We specialize in online marketing solutions targeted to the Internet Business Community.

We offer unlimited earning potential(No CAP), convenient working hours and location, a stress free and fun working environment.

Qualifications:

-Extensive Phone Sales Experience

-Excellent People Skills

-Sharp and Business Minded

-Proven Track Record of Driving Sales

-Success in Independent Closing

If you have the drive to make 60-80 phone calls a day and your are able to lead a client through the demo and into a close, and if you have the desire to make at least $80,000+ per year, Please Submit Your Resume.

E-mail: service@executivedecisionmarketing.com (reference job #741)

Tuesday, 16 March 2010, 04:39 pm Written by 

We are seeking experienced and energetic sales reps to fill positions in our Sales Office.

Experience Requirements:

– Strong Background in Sales
– Telephone Sales Experience
– Closing Experience

You must be motivated, intelligent and focused.
You must have great communication and people skills.

Do you have the drive to make 60-80 phone calls a day?
Are you able to lead a client through the demo and into the close?

*******Residuals + Sign-On, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly & Yearly Bonuses*******

* Training Provided *
* Flexible Hours *
* Unlimited Earning Potential *
* High Commission Split wth No Cap *
* Generous Bonuses *
*Sign-On Bonus*

Submit Resume to: service@executivedecisionmarketing.com (reference job #522)

Tuesday, 16 March 2010, 04:35 pm Written by 

We are seeking experienced and energetic Account Managers / Sales Reps to fill positions in our Sales Office.

Experience and Character Requirements:

– Excellent Verbal and Listening Skills
– Ability to Set and Achieve Personal and Company Goals
– Persuasive, Tactful and Professional
– Strong Sales Background
– Abides by Ethical Standards

Position Outline:

– Cold Call to Generate New Sales Opportunities
– Turn Prospective Leads Into Signed Contracts While Steadily Growing a Pipeline of New Clients for Future Sales
– Assist in Client Problem Resolution to Ensure High Quality and Satisfaction

* Training Provided *
* Flexible Hours *
* Unlimited Earning Potential *
* High Commission Split with No Cap *
* Generous Bonuses *
* $500 Sign-On Bonus *

Please send resume to: service@executivedecisionmarketing.com (reference job #487)

Friday, 12 March 2010, 08:17 pm Written by 

More Jobs coming soon.

Tuesday, 09 March 2010, 08:56 pm Written by 

I don’t know if you remember back in the 80s, when Chia Pets experienced their “peak” of popularity… but it’s never been much of a peak, in my experience. Chia pets aren’t cool – but organic SEO is. See, organic SEO lets your web site become well indexed (and because of that, noticeable to your intended niche) for what it is, instead of trying to “jury-rig” the site in a bunch of fancy, fake ways.

When you buy a Chia Pet, you get a little ceramic object which is intended to be covered in a strange, mud-like seed mixture. Over time, it grows, and you have a plant that may or may not be hard to kill. See, I’ve never had a Chia Pet – growing something so ridiculous just seems bizarre to me. I personally only like to grow useful things… I don’t know about anybody else, and I won’t pry into their personal business.

But I do know that organic SEO is VERY cool – so cool, in fact, that your competitors are already practicing it, whether by name or simply by instinct. They’ve most likely figured out (or at least given serious thought to) their target readers, and begun writing the best possible content for that group. Have you?

And I’d bet dollars to donuts that they’ve been indexed by the major search engines of the world. And, of course, that means they’ve been spotted, visited, and are showing their readers all kinds of value. Which means that if they’re selling something, there’s a good likelihood they’ve got an e-mailing list nicely packed with eager buyers.

If I had to compare the two, I would say that Chia Pets do nothing for their owners but take up space, add a touch of “class” (quite possibly the “special” class), and perhaps replace a little oxygen in the air. But organic SEO doesn’t just grow — it grows your site.

Organic SEO adds a very important aspect to your site – viewers. If you don’t have viewers, it turns into a philosophical question; “If a site goes up on the Net, and nobody sees it, does it really exist?

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