Internet Marketing - Ruben Licera Jr.

Steve Jobs and Apple

Steve Job’s Last Words

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Steve Jobs

It often wonders me how technology titan and Apple Founder Steve Jobs think until his last breath.

An interesting response to this inquiry is the detailed personal and moving eulogy about Steve Job’s last moments by his biological sister Mona Simpson.

In a beautifully written article of a sister remembering the last days of his brother, Mona detailed how Steve Jobs spent his last moments. His last words were: “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.”

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Effective Internet Marketing Strategies via SEO for Business (Seminar-Workshop)

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Would you like to grow your business using Internet Marketing?

Do you want a career in Internet Marketing? What is Internet Marketing? SEO? SEM? Social Media?

These and more related topics shall be discussed in a seminar/workshop dubbed: “Effective Internet Marketing Strategies for Business”

The 16-hour workshop, which will be facilitated by no less than Internet Marketing Expert Ruben Licera Jr.

 

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

The talk will provide the attendees the following learning’s:

1. The basics of Internet Marketing which includes Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Social media optimization(SO) and Social Media.
2. The common pitfalls in website optimization.
3. Tips, strategies and tools for better SEO performance.
4. Strategies using SEO techniques for Local Marketing.
5. How to become an expert online on your selected niche.
BONUS: A one-on-one 30-minute consultation with seminar facilitator and Internet Marketing Consultant, Ruben Licera Jr.

 

THE MENTOR

Ruben Licera, Jr. is a Certified Inbound Marketing Professional based in Cebu City, Philippines. Started his online career in 2004 as a blogger and SEO writer, Mr. Licera and his team is instrumental to the success of online marketing campaigns for more than a dozen small and medium sized companies based in the United States, Canada, Europe, Middle East and Australia.

 

THE ORGANIZER

TechTalks.ph is an independent network of business processing and outsourcing practitioners in the Philippines. This seminar will be the first of many seminars that will be launched by the organization to support start-up businesses in the Philippines.

For more information about the talk, feel free to contact Honeylyn Balingcasag at 0917 3085618 and 0923 462 9818. You can also email them at admin@techtalks.ph or visit www.techtalks.ph.

 

2011 EVENT:

WORKSHOP TITLE : Effective Internet Marketing Strategies for Business Seminar-Workshop
SPEAKER: Ruben Licera Jr.
TOTAL NO. OF HOURS: 8 Hours of Intensive Training
DATE: September 3, 2011 (Saturday)
TIME: 8:00 AM – 5:00PM
VENUE: CebuinIT Training Lab, University of the Philippines Cebu Campus, Cebu City, Philippines
ORGANIZER: TechTalks.ph

Top Free Press Release Sites

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Based on my experience in handling a clients off-page Search Engine Optimization (SEO), these are the most useful Press release sites.

They are listed below in any order, as discovered:

www.ukprwire.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “related website”
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.sbwire.com
Links: Include a link in the company profile and in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.freepressindex.com
Links: Use deeplinks
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include only one link. Use HTML editor.

www.postafreepressrelease.com
Links: Use deeplinks.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Use HTML code

www.ideamarketers.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “related website”.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks. Include your keywords in MORE DETAILS ABOUT.

www.pr-usa.net
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “related website”
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks.

www.prlog.com
Links: Only include links in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: NO. Do not include deeplinks.

www.pr-gb.com
Links: Include a link at the bottom of the press release under “related website” and in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks by using HTML editor and switching from Text Mode to HTML Mode.

www.pressmethod.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under company profile.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.clickpress.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “URL”.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks

www.live-pr.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “URL”
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks by using MS Word and making hyperlinks from keywords.

www.pressreleasecirculation.com
Links: Website link included at the top of the page.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks. Use your keywords instead of the company name at the bottom of the press release.

pressreleases.kcstar.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “URL”
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.prfocus.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “URL” and in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.prwindow.com/
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “contact details”.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.publicitywires.com/index.aspx
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “Media Contact”.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.seenation.com
Links: Include a link at the bottom of the press release under “contact details” and in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks by using the HTML editor. For more information see PDF file (Submitting-SEO-Press-Releases).

www.techprspider.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “URL”.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.thomasnet.com
Links: Include a link at the bottom of the press release under “Contact details” and in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks by using MS Word and making hyperlinks from keywords.

www.prmac.com
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “company profile”.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks by using HTML Code.

www.pressbox.co.uk
Links: Only include links in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: Yes. Include deeplinks.

www.openpr.com
Links: Include links at the bottom of the press release under ”URL” and in the press release.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

www.theopenpress.com/
Links: Only include a link at the bottom of the press release under “contact details”.
Deeplink HTML text: No. Do not include deeplinks.

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Perfect Landing Page Sample

Awful Landing Pages from Popular Brands Dissected

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Perfect Landing Page Sample

Near Perfect Landing Page Sample - University of Phoenix

What does the websites of Mercedes Benz, Window Phone 7, Bank of America, Rosetta Stone, USC Marshall, and Tazo Tea have in common?

They are currently the center of discussion of Dan Hollings and Leslie Rhode’s “7 TRULY AWFUL LANDING PAGES YOU WON’T BELIEVE ARE FROM WELL-KNOWN BRAND.”

We don’t stick to what are the negative sides of the highlighted sites structure and landing pages. The blog link I will be sharing to you provides a real and working landing pages with comments and marks from two of the best Internet Marketing Experts there is in their best possible presentation.

As quoted from the blogpost:

“We’ll then outline areas where the landing page falls short. And finally, we’ll offer an example of a landing page that one should model.”

Dan and Leslie suggest that we follow this perfect landing page formula.

Perfect Landing Page Formula and Guide

Perfect Landing Page Formula and Guide

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Perfect Landing Page Formula and Guide

Perfect Landing Page Formula and Guide from Dan Hollings and Leslie Rhode.

Many are still wondering for the perfect landing page formula.

Search no more. The KAJABI minds, Dan and Leslie, have figured it out for you:

“This post intends to shatter the myths that hover around the concept of “landing pages.” We’ll dissect the myths of landing pages and explore the background of landing pages through the following four sections…, ” says Dan and Leslie in their KAJABI Blog Post.

In summary, the following are the 3 Ingredients of a Perfect Landing Page:

Ingredient #1: One sentence that describes precisely what you’re offering.

Ingredient #2: A Call to Action Tell your visitors what to do.

Ingredient #3: Credibility

Read more about the details of this post via The 3-Part Landing Page Formula That Always Works .

Andy Jenkin's Product Launch Platform KAJABI is Making waves

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Product Launch Platform KAJABI

“Uncle” Andy Jenkins has done it again beating the competition of product launch platforms. How did I know this? He’s sending me e-newsletters and, again, I have been given access to KAJABI. As I have reviewed KAJABI from my own perspective, as I have been given a chance to test it, his is not competing with Jeff Walker’s Product Lunch Formula. Mr. Jenkins is opening a new platform that can do the following:

  • Ability to have multiple Projects. Though our “Starter” package only begins with one Project available, you can always add more. Each Project has a completely separate URL, users, content, comments, etc… They are completely different sites.
  • Projects can be mapped to custom domain names, so your Kajabi site could be www.yourdomain.com.
  • You can set your project to auto-approve comments or require approval.
  • You can specify how long a user needs to be a member before they can download portal videos.
  • Add your own 3rd party analytics code to your project.
  • Full time-zone support so dates within Kajabi are displayed in the user’s local timezone.

I am not sure if this is still open for everyone, but for sure our great friend and patron, Brian, has exclusive access to the following incentives from KAJABI:

  1. A webinar with Andy Jenkin’s about how to do a product with Kajabi. The tools launching was the biggest ever ( I think!), and guest what who’s the beta testers of this tool? the Internet Marketing bigwigs. Dan Theis, Leslie Rhode, Jeff Walker are just some of them.
  2. A fully customer centered nitty-gritty “how to’s” of Kajabi. The KAJABI Team is highly in touch with its users. One negative point only for not creating a chat support for this platform.
  3. INTERNAL KAJABI CHEAT LIST. Like I said above, there is still no secret however, there is a series to everything to make it work. This list contains the tricks you can use with the tool.

If you want to build a lasting, dependable income online, membership sites are the way to do it. And this KAJABI review, testifies that it does not only creates a fully customized customer experience around your content, but itcan cultivate a thriving community within your niche where you can congregate your members and make some sales.

Promising? INDEED!

Personal Life Coaching: Attitude of Gratitude

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“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” ~Albert Schweitzer~

This story is shared online by Davy Jones based on his personal account. How can we best handle things that happens in our lives? Here is Mr. Jones secret:

attitude of gratitudeAround twenty years ago I was living in Seattle and going through hard times. I could not find satisfying work and I found this especially difficult as I had a lot of experience and a Masters degree.

To my shame I was driving a school bus to make ends meet and living with friends. I had lost my apartment. I had been through five interviews with a company and one day between bus runs they called to say I did not get the job. I went to the bus barn like a zombie of disappointment.

Later that afternoon, while doing my rounds through a quiet suburban neighborhood I had an inner wave – like a primal scream – arise from deep inside me and I thought “Why has my life become so hard?” “Give me a sign, I asked… a physical sign – not some inner voice type of thing.”

Immediately after this internal scream I pulled the bus over to drop off a little girl and as she passed she handed me an earing saying I should keep it in case somebody claimed it. The earring was stamped metal, painted black and said ‘BE HAPPY’.

At first I got angry – yeah, yeah, I thought. Then it hit me. I had been putting all of my energies into what was wrong with my life rather than what was right! I decided then and there to make a list of 50 things I was grateful for.

At first it was hard, then it got easier. One day I decided to up it to 75. That night there was a phone call for me at my friend’s house from a lady who was a manager at a large hospital. About a year earlier I had submitted a syllabus to a community college to teach a course on stress management. (Yup, you heard me. ;-) She asked me if I would do a one-day seminar for 200 hospital workers. I said yes and got the job.

My day with the hospital workers went very well. I got a standing ovation and many more days of work. To this day I KNOW that it was because I changed my attitude to gratitude.

Incidentally, the day after I found the earring the girl asked me if anyone had claimed it. I told her no and she said “I guess it was meant for you then.”

I spent the next year conducting training workshops all around the Seattle area and then decided to risk everything and go back to Scotland where I had lived previously. I closed my one man business, bought a plane ticket and got a six month visa from immigration. One month later I met my wonderful English wife and best friend of 15 years now. We live in a small beautiful cottage, two miles from a paved road in the highlands of Scotland.

‘THE ONLY ATTITUDE IS GRATITUDE’ has been my motto for years now and yes, it completely changed my life.

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