Generic MLM- How To Copy And Paste

A great need is erupting in the generic MLM market. There is an torrent of technologically challenged people who are eager to get started marketing their outstanding business opportunities on the Internet.
 
Many have become so accustomed to using their home computers that they might have a hard time portraying the steps needed for others to get comfortable. I have found the new and amazing users to the Internet brilliant and refreshing. Here is a basic tool that will get the fresh users started on their journey.
 
This process is one of the very first to master. Once you are a professional at copy and paste tools, you are more than half way to building and creating any web site, blog, or even posting on a forum. These are ways that the successful Internet marketers advertise their generic mlm business.
 
There are 2 ways to copy and paste. First way is to click your right mouse and hold it as you drag the cursor over the words or phrases you want to copy. Or, if you want to copy the entire page, then you can right click the mouse anywhere on the page and the drop down menu will appear. Click with the left mouse button while the cursor is over the words "select all". This will highlight the whole page. Sometimes this will also include things that you do not want like the header of an email or other unwanted text, so be sure you look to see what you have highlighted with this method.
 
Practice with this page, I will space things so you can get the whole page by clicking the right mouse over what beginning letter you want to start with in the sentence and then holding it down as you drag the cursor over the length of the word.
 
It will turn blue as you drag the mouse. You can let go of the right mouse button after everything you want to copy is highlighted. Don' click the mouse again until the cursor is right on top of some of the highlighted things, then right click the mouse, a drop down menu is presented. Place your cursor arrow over the word copy and left click the word copy. It is now in your mouse and ready to be pasted. While you are practicing, leave the page that you copied from open until you paste in case you need to start over.
 
Now, go to the email or other page that you want to paste into. Place your cursor in the area you want to paste in, and right click your mouse, another drop down menu will appear. Place the arrow over the word paste and left click paste. Eureka! You have transferred a document, email, or other text or graphic from one place to another!
 
Second way to copy and paste is to highlight the area with your mouse, same as above, then while the highlight is still on, push the Ctrl key, which is under the shift key, and the c key at the same time. This will copy. To paste, click your cursor so the typing line shows on the page you are pasting to, and push the Ctrl and the v key at the same time. The copied items should appear like magic.
 
Practice with this page if you want, I have spaced things so you can take a paragraph, a sentence or the whole thing.
 
This works with text. Graphics and photos are very similar. Use the right click method while your cursor is directly over the graphic or picture you would like and the drop down menu will give you the option of save as, use this option. Make sure it is save "AS". Left click this and type a word or two in the directory box that comes up so you can remember what the picture is. Make sure (the computer usually does this for you) it says that it is saving your photo or image to your pictures file. This is the easiest way to retrieve them later in a file that is easy to find.
 
Taking some time to actually go through the process before it is essential and needed is a very bright idea. It will give you confidence when you need it most. Learning and being able to use the copy and paste tools quickly and effortlessly will be your goal. After a while, this will be one of the easiest steps for creating web pages, blog's, and even a simple post on a forum. This simple tool and skill will give you the confidence needed for the next steps in your on-line adventure.
 
Once you have this procedure mastered, you can move on to how to create a successful blog. Any generic MLM marketing strategy must first include these basic learning steps. These will put you well on your way to a successful future and will help you teach others your generic MLM marketing tips.

Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter

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The Top 2 Grave Errors Of New Internet Marketers

The most important tool to an Internet marketer is his computer. Keeping your computer protected is the top priority of the freshly oriented to the Internet. Before you even get your computer keys warm, you must get some Internet security.
 
Unfortunately, there are problems in the way of viruses that can and will attack your computer just by browsing the Internet and getting acquainted with your system. Most new computer systems come standard with access to great Internet security programs. If your computer does not come equipped with such a program, my very first recommendation would be to contact the store where you purchased the computer. Find out which security system will work best with your particular set up and either have them install it for you or walk you through the set up process. This is the only way your computer will be kept in working order for you to venture out into the world of the Internet.
 
There are tutorials with every security system available today. Learning the system and knowing how to utilize this tool is the most important step to Internet success with your chosen generic MLM opportunity. Get a quick visual with this analogy. The duck hunters are waiting patiently for the first duck to get rushed and hurry off the lake. Bam, the first duck to rush out gets hit. Same scenario as the unprotected Internet user rushing off into the vast reaches of the Internet. When you find your selected business, the first thought is how do I market this? Make your first thought is my computer protected to venture forth.
 
Once you have a protected computer, the next most common mistake of the new Internet marketer is starting a promotional campaign before consulting the team that they are on and making a budget of your time and financial resources. We all get excited about our generic MLM choice and for a good reason. The truly great business systems offer a product or service like no other. They have unique pay plans and systems in place for members to benefit and make a residual income to finance their future. And, they have individuals who have made the system work for them. If that doesn't get you excited and off the couch, you are either doing very well or have not yet been introduced to the business for you.
 
Make out a time schedule of your daily commitments and see where the holes are. Where do you have a set hour or two every day to work at your chosen opportunity. I wanted to stress the word opportunity to get a clear understanding that this business decision was a choice and what you do with it is also a choice. It is an opportunity to get where you want to be in life. Contacting the members of your team is imperative, as they have been where you are now. They can guide you in the right direction. Learn from their mistakes so you do not have to remake them.
 
Getting a detailed list of what they did to build their business is key to your success. Plan your time as if you were punching a time clock. Take a sick day only if you are really sick. What would your weekly paycheck at the office look like if you consistently took time off? You actually may not have a check after a few weeks. This is the same. Stay connected to your team and ask questions about how to build your business. Read generic MLM information. Take some time from your busy day or night and enroll in generic MLM 101 by absorbing one marketing technique at a time. Find one that would interest you, purchase leads offered by your company to get visitors coming to your site, and then start learning your chosen new way to market. Put your time and effort into something that is working for others and it will work for you.
Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter
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Advertising From Newspaper To Internet

Every person who has become even a little familiar with the Internet has seen some form of advertising on their computer. It may have come as an email, seen as a banner ad, a pop-up, pop-under, or rotation ads placed by companies on your browser. Advertising, businesses, and the brilliant people who create the kinds of marketing choices available have been around in some form or another ever since there were humans around to trade with. And the power of color, size, placement, style, and medium used; or the impact of season, timing, viewers available, and customers needing the product or service offered creates staggering variables in statistics. The possibilities are endless when it comes to advertising.

Research and development teams across the globe spend millions of dollars on testing particular advertising methods each year. Internet Marketing is a relatively new concept compared to news print, radio, and even television. To get a handle on the challenges of the new marketing strategists and their approach to eye catching, innovative marketing techniques, we first need to venture back and take a look at how the article writer became a television commercial entertainer.

In the early 1900's, RCA, Westinghouse, and others were in the running to produce a working television for every home in America. The print media was in a frenzy reporting every claim, patent, and testing model rumored or reality. DuMont, GE, RCA, and Andrea were some of the American versions of the television available around the late 1930's to 40's. People were starting to own televisions but what was showing? What were they watching?

Around 1945, wartime viewing was limited to only a few days a week and a couple of shows a day. Interesting and genius was Macy's Wednesday night slot called "Macy's Teleshopping". I credit Macy's with being the leader and guru of advertising brilliance. They took the ball and ran with it and the whole viewing world ran with them. The DuMont television station WABD channel 4 even sent out customer survey cards for market testing to see which shows the audience liked best. An entire marketing industry was born out of the new media. TV Guide was at a circulation of 92,112 by December 1949, yet another way to get the marketing gurus jumping for ad ideas. Well jump they did, with a reader base so large and a viewer base even larger with the reported number of television sets in operation then being 2,000,000, advertising was the way to fortunes.

Now the problem of what motivated people to buy came into focus. Johnny Olsen? Howdy Doody? Or the sex appeal of Joan Kemp, Miss Electronics of 1949? Better yet, a 20 second song and dance by the cartoon BVD's? The use of animation, sex appeal, honesty, and trustworthiness came into play and used correctly created wealth and released buying power. Speckled among the regular showings of "I Love Lucy" , "The Lone Ranger", The John Daly News", "Wagon Train", "Perry Mason", and "Mystery Theatre", all having their sales spots in place, were "Kraft Theatre", "Campbell Sound Stage",  "Lux Video Theatre", and "Pabst Blue Ribbon Fights".  They all designed selling without the sale.

Everything was surveyed, tested, and tweaked and they did all this without the use of the home computer. Imagine that. Today, we have the luxury of that technology right at our fingertips. Now, what do we do with this knowledge, where do we begin? Do we advertise with real people in our ads, animated figures, or do we use the old standby sex appeal? The initial sale was never the real problem for marketers, it was the long term customer. The product has to eventually speak for itself. I believe anyone has the possibility of marketing anything and selling it once, but if the product does not do what it says in the advertisement, there will be a demise shortly after the first sale. A salesman without a product or service is left then to find another one.

Entertainment, information, need, and curiosity spark a potential client's interest. Start with what first got your attention, what is the one point that sold you. This is the attention grabber. Then, to keep their focus long enough to peak their interest, you need a product or service that people actually need or want. Something that will offer them a healthier, easier, or less stressful future, whether that future is 5 or 20 years, or in an hour or so. Look at your products strong points. What is different, special, or extraordinary about it? Evaluate your products weak points as well, what you think is not a big deal may be the best selling tool you have.

No advertising is the only wrong advertising. Glean ideas from your product or service. People like to be informed of what a product does and is useful for. Let them know and put your own spin on it.

Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter

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