It’s official…
We’re knee deep in a recession.
The job market is shaky. The mortgage meltdown is causing thousands of people to lose their homes. Gas prices are insane and continue to creep up.

Turn on the news and you’ll hear about it all day.

But hidden in all of the ‘ doom and gloom ‘ is something that few people are talking about. Even though we’re in the middle of a recession, a lot of savvy eBiz owners have not only survived this economic downturn, they thrived in it.

How did they do it?

Well, that’s exactly what you’re going to find in a series of FREE videos, audio interviews and special reports in the upcoming weeks.

A few weeks ago, a company that I have a lot of respect for, Worldwide Brands, sent out a survey to their customer list and asked what their main concerns were.

Almost 75% of them said they were worried about how the recession will affect their business.

So, Worldwide Brands went to work and created videos, audios, and tutorials to show their
customers what they needed to do to grow their online business in troubled times.

Initially, this content was only available to their customers, but for the next few days you can get access to it for free.

You’ll get case studies, free tutorials, audio interviews, and free videos showing you exactly what you need to do to take your online business to the next level no matter what the economy looks like.

Click here to watch the first video and sign up for their in-depth video series.

Trust me when I say this, they can easily charge a lot of money for this information.
Worldwide Brands is the world’s largest provider of wholesalers and drop ship companies pre-qualified to work with small business owners.

They know what they’re talking about and this is insider information you can’t get anywhere else.

So sign up to get all of this valuable content for free, before it’s gone:

Thanks and I’ll talk to you soon.

Susanne
DoYourOwnMarketing.com

P.S. – If you have more questions and comments after you watch the videos, you can drop them
a line on the blog. They’ll be watching the blog to answer questions and get more ideas
for upcoming videos. Click here to check it out

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In the real world, people are looking online for things to help them do what they want to do. In order to create effective web designs, we have to be understand how people use the web. Effective design is made for the real world.

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Domain Names
When you set up your website, you need a domain name. You’ll need to find a suitable domain name and register it before you start. This is what a domain name looks like — www.MyWidgets.com. You can choose a dot com name, or .net, .biz, .tv, .mobi etc. Most marketers will suggest to use a .com name if possible for a business.

Many websites own more than one domain name and point the extra domain names to the website. The reason for this is to make it easier to find your website, even with a typo for example.

So what’s a good domain name? That really depends on what you’re doing online and how you’re doing your marketing. How are you planning to have your clients find you? If you’re a retailer and you send your clients to your website through advertising in your store, on your business card, in your print advertising etc. you probably want a easy to remember name for your customers. Let’s say you’re selling widgets, maybe www.Mywidgets.com would be a good name for you – or www.WidgetsGalore.com if that’s the name of your store.

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