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E-Riches 2.0

Next-Generation Marketing Strategies for Making Millions Online

Scott Fox


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Whether you're running an online business or looking to expand the web presence of your brick-and-mortar company, you'll need surefire marketing techniques if you want to attract more customers and make the kind of money you deserve. Following on the success of Internet Riches, top e-business entrepreneur and coach Scott Fox shares the powerful but simple marketing strategies that will propel your business to a whole new level of success. Combining inspiring stories with step-by-step instruction, e-Riches 2.0 reveals how to: * build a fan base around yourself, your product, and your business * build your email list * use the latest e-market-ing tools, including blogs, online video, email newsletters, search engine marketing, podcasting, keyword ads, auto-responders, affiliate programs, RSS feeds, Twitter, social bookmarking, and social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, and MySpace * energize your online copywriting skills * pitch a news story...then be ready to convert visitors once it brings them to your site Packed with inspiring stories, insider secrets, and cutting-edge tools, this practical, money-making guide is your ticket to online success. Buy the book and get a free membership in Scott Fox's Internet business coaching and training Forum at Ask questions, develop your business ideas and online marketing strategies, meet fellow entrepreneurs, and get personalized help from Scott Fox and his team-all free with purchase.

Amacom, 9780814414620, 336pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 2009

About the Author

Scott Fox (Los Angeles, CA) is the top e-business success coach in Hollywood, where his clients have included Bill O'Reilly and Larry King. He is the author of Internet Riches (978-0-8144-0995-4), and the popular E-Commerce Success blog, radio show, and podcast. He is a frequent speaker on e-commerce and online marketing at universities, including USC and UCLA, at the Learning Annex, and at conferences such as Digital Hollywood, Venture Net, and Internet World.