Internet Marketing Tips – Coordinated Promotional Advertising Model
I bet you never heard that term before. Well, you’re going to be hearing a lot about it very soon. Coordinated Promotional Advertising Model, or CPAM for short, is my brainchild. I’ve worked on this system for over five years and it’s been responsible for the success that I have had. Last year I earned over six figures because of it with no signs of slowing down. So just what is CPAM? Well, I’m not going to spill all the beans in this article because they you wouldn’t have a reason to get my new book that’s coming out someday. No, I don’t know when, but someday. But I will give you a little idea of how CPAM came about.
Take a look at all the books on advertising that you get. They all have something in common. It doesn’t matter if it’s a book on pay per click or social bookmarking or whatever. Know what that common thing is? I’ll tell you. They all preach the gospel of that form of promotion as if it lived in a bubble. In other words, was unaffected by anything else. Just concentrate on that one form of promotion and it doesn’t matter what else goes on around it or what you do. Well, my five years of experience has taught me that this is totally false.
What I have discovered is that everything you do online affects everything else you do. It can be the smallest little thing, like writing one little article. It makes a difference…and in some cases a big difference depending on how much work you put into your promotions. See, the thing that most people don’t realize is that any one form of promotion only reaches so many people. Think about it. Even Google, which is the biggest search engine, only reaches about 50% of the Internet population. That means if you relied solely on Google for your promotions, you’d be leaving out 50% of your potential audience.
What CPAM does is it takes all the different forms of promotion, reaching various segments of the Internet population, and combines them in various effective ways so that your promotional efforts are maximized. It took a very long time to come up with the various models. I have so far developed six of them that work very well and I am always working on others. The reason there are so few is because this requires a lot of testing to see what works and what doesn’t work.
You’ll be hearing more about CPAM in the near future. For now, don’t put all your eggs in one basket. If you’re just using Google to promote, you’re leaving money on the table…lots of it.
To YOUR Success,