Discover the Magic of the Internetwork Marketing Funnel – Your Success Toolbox – Part 1

In this two-part article we are going to talk about the tools that successful InterNetwork Marketers use to grow their business profitably. But before I introduce the InterNetwork Marketing Success Toolbox, let me first consider a simple yet amazingly powerful concept: the Marketing Funnel.

A funnel is very wide at the top and narrow at the tip. Not everything can come out the bottom all at once. And each funnel has a certain capacity from large to small.

Your marketing funnel works just like a conventional funnel you use at home – the only difference is what you put inside!

Imagine your target market as what can potentially come in through the wide end of a funnel and look at all of your marketing efforts as a journey you take them on through the funnel.

One of the easiest ways to boost your profits is to make it easier for more prospects to begin a relationship with you. clickfunnels review & complaints Once prospects have experienced your expertise and professionalism, they are more likely to spend money with you. The Marketing Funnel is a visual representation of opportunities you offer prospects to view you as familiar and trusted, a “friend” instead of as a “stranger”. Each level in the funnel represents increased familiarity, commitment, and trust – and increased profit opportunities for you. Fear of making a mistake exceeds desire for change. Fear holds back sales.

The Marketing Funnel is a well known concept in traditional marketing, now lets looks at what happens when you apply it to the world of InterNetwork Marketing: imagine two funnels put side by side with the bottoms next to each other. Do you start to get the picture?

Seth Godin, the author of more than seven books that have been bestsellers around the world, and formerly VP of Direct Marketing at Yahoo! puts it as follows in his latest book Flipping the Funnel:

– Turn “strangers” into “friends”

– Turn “friends” into “customers”

– And then… do the most important job: Turn your “customers” into “salespeople”

The math is compelling. Most of the people in the world are not your customers. They haven’t even heard of you, actually. And while many of these people are not qualified buyers or aren’t interested in buying your product, many of them might be – if they only knew you existed, if they could only be persuaded that your offering is worth paying for.

But how on earth are you going to get them to know about you? We live in the most cluttered marketplace in history. You don’t have enough time or enough advertising budget to get your message to all the people who need to hear it.

Visit the Areas That Produced Welsh Gold in Wales

When Prince William slipped a wedding ring on Kate Middleton’s finger in Westminster Abbey, the ring was made of Welsh gold. Welsh gold can be traced back 2,000 years and today it is prized for its origin and scarcity. Take a trip to Wales and discover the areas that once mined this now rare gold.

There are two locations where Welsh gold occurs naturally. In South Wales it was found in the valley of the river Cothi in Carmarthenshire. This is known as the Dolaucothi mine and is of Roman origin. Jejum de daniel 21 dias But it wasn’t until the 1930s that Dolaucothi’s origins were fully realised. Tools discovered at the site were compared with archaeological digs across Europe and the mines were deemed to be of Roman origin. After the Romans left Britain, the mine lay abandoned for centuries until a revival was made in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Sadly, this all came to an end before the first World War and the mine was finally closed in 1938. However, today the mine is owned by The National Trust and visitors can take guided tours of Dolaucothi where they will experience what life was like for the gold miners during the time of the Romans and Victorians.

The second location for gold is in North Wales where a belt of gold ran from the coast at Barmouth to Ganllwyd and here, from 1862 until 1911, large-scale mining was underway. Of the many mines, it was Clogau and Gwynfynydd mines that produced most of the gold in this area. The Gwynfynydd mine was discovered in 1860 and active until 1998. It produced 45,000+ troy ounces and the Queen was presented with a kilogram of gold ingot from this mine on her sixtieth birthday. In the 1990s the mine was open to the public and provided guided tours, but it closed in 1998 over health and safety issues.

Started by the Romans, the Colgau mine (subsequently also known as Clogau St Davids Gold mine) was originally a copper mine. Copper was mined from this site until 1854 when gold was discovered. It eventually became considered one of the largest and richest mines in this mining area and produced 2,442 kg of gold.