Jim Kukral is demonstrating some great internet marketing ideas on his blog.
In fact, he has a video on his blog that he could use to market 3 different products effectively in one video.
Take a look at Jim Kukral’s blog and watch the video about Somethingstore
Can you identify the 3 products that he is selling in the video?
Actually, I think he is only promoting 2. The subject of the video, Somethingstore.com, is just being reviewed and I didn’t spot any affiliate to it. I could be wrong, but you could substitute any product and use an affiiate link.
The real products are the Flip camera and Scratchback.
The video is shot using the Flip video camera.
This is a product that Jim used to test the effectiveness of Scratchback for marketing products. A test that was profitable for him also. My only suggestion is that on the page with the video, there is no real link to buy the camera. A shame, since he does such a great job of demonstrating how useful it can be.
The other product Jim is marketing is a link in the Scratchback list next to the video.
Notice how he uses the graphic of the video to point to Scratchback. While no mention of Scratchback is made, you will notice it. This would be a great place for Somethingstore or any business featured in the video to purchase a link on Scratchback. If you are a truly evil internet marketer, a great place for a link to a direct competitor to Somethingstore. You could also simple take advantage of traffic to the page and place any link there.
This is an excellent example of internet marketing to follow.
I’ve added Jim Kukral’s blog to my reader list. He has many great ideas for marketing that are simple and easy to follow.
Internet marketing is more than just getting traffic.
Once you get someone to your page, you need to monetize the traffic you have. Otherwise, you will be working for free. While it’s nice to enjoy your work, you will enjoy it a lot more if you make money so you can keep enjoying it. Jim is showing how to get traffic and how to monetize effectively. Here we also see an example of using graphics effectively.
I would suggest you subscribe to Jim Kukral’s blog.
If you are a ScratchBack user, the Scratchback blog would also be a good read. ScratchBack is one of Jim Kukral’s ideas and there are some good things to learn about using ScratchBack there. You will not find the attitude you see on many interenet marketing blogs. Just simple, good ideas and how to use them.