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Posted March 31st, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Product Creation

Marketing Mastermind

The lifestyle marketers, the guys who make enough to live however they want…make MOST of their income by creating and launching products.

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Do you struggle with getting traffic?

Posted March 30th, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Joint Venture

My good friend Reed Floren has just released his training course on how to collaborate with JV partners and affiliates to get traffic, subscribers and sales.

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You will learn:

What are Joint Ventures (JVs)
Why JV?
Developing a Success Mindset
Difference between affiliates/JVs
3 main types of JVs
How to get JV partners to promote
Places to promote your product to get potential JVs
Your JV list/contacts
What do JV partners look for
How to find JV partners
How to build relationships with JVs (this is a relationship business)
The power of reciprocation
How to persuade them to promote you
How to motivate them to continue promoting you
What does a successful JV sign-up page look like?
How to communicate with JV partners

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Successful Product Creator Case Study Roundtable Discussion
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Posted March 29th, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Internet Marketing

Dotcom Secrets

Russell Brunson just launched his new book called

Why You Need These 4 Essential Headline Writing TipsWhen you’re running short of time, you instinctively scan instead of read an article. What do you scan? Significant pictures and keywords that capture your attention. Where are the keywords usually located? In the headline, of course. If the headline interests you, you will naturally feed your curiosity by reading the article further, and then it seems like you have some time to afford after all.

It has been said that the headline constitutes 80% of the first impression of a piece of content, therefore it is a critical element of written communication. Some marketers have a mistaken idea that headlines are restricted to advertising copy. No, headlines pervade everywhere including landing pages, social media posts and blog posts. In fact, the following 3 reasons are why we must adopt a “headline first” mentality in everything we write:

1) Readers are always short of time (I believe this is not a baseless presumption).
2) Readers must get interested before they read further.
3) Writers must not lose sight of what readers are looking out for.

Famous copywriters are known to earn millions out of writing words, or as business guru Rich Schefren said, “selling electrons.” But marketing through written communication (like copywriting) is an age-old skill that will always be in demand. For marketers who want to reach out to a wider audience, learning to write compelling, attention-grabbing headlines is a good starting point.

Today, you have 4 tips to writing a powerful headline.

1. Use Trigger Words (e.g. what, why, how, when)

Trigger words promise the reader that he or she should learn something after reading your article. Rather than your headline simply making a statement, trigger words make it sound more persuasive.

2. Use Numbers

It is no secret that the most successful headlines use numbers in order to sound specific, like “7 Tips To Lose Body Fat Fast!”

Numbers are a copywriter’s best friend, and they work like a charm.

3. Use Interesting Adjectives

Here are some examples:


Adjectives are what I call “sentence enhancers”. They add flavours to the written word so readers can feel good or have positive visualization of what is being said to them in their mind.

4. Create A Curiosity Gap

Peter Koechley, the co-founder of Upworthy, one of the most visited editorials on the Internet, says, “Tell people enough to get them interested but not so much they don’t need to click. Our goal is to create an itch you need to scratch.”

While you shouldn’t reveal too much in your headline, you have to include enough information that intrigues the reader to begin with, so find that balance.

Here’s a simple headline-writing formula:

Number + Trigger word + Adjective + Keyword(s)

For instance, if you were to write an article on “eating bananas”, you could phrase it as “Why You Should Eat Bananas”, or take it a step further and make it: “14 Unbelievable Reasons Why You Should Eat Bananas”.

Apply the formula and you get: Why You Need These X Essential Headline Writing Tips.

We practice what we preach.

So overpromise your readers with your powerful headlines, just remember to deliver too.

Nelson Tan is an Inbound Marketing consultant at iSmart Communications, an integrated marketing communications agency serving the Asia-Pacific region.

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4 Steps To Designing A Digital Marketing Plan

Posted March 21st, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Business

Increasingly, more companies are recognizing the benefits a corporate digital marketing plan can bring in, but a few obstacles stand in the way:

1) There is no proper procedure or the know-how to design one
2) Not knowing where to look for resources or advice
3) Having a negative assumption of uncontrollable word-of-mouth over the Net that may jeopardize a smooth plan
4) Over-expectation of concrete results in the short term


And of course, having a digital marketing plan does not mean businesses must ditch traditional marketing channels altogether. Every marketing channel can be coordinated together in an effective mix. The trend towards going digital is undeniable though; as more consumers do their research online before arriving at a purchasing decision, it becomes more cost-effective to meet them where they are online and drive the marketing in their direction.

Advancement made in analytics is also making ad campaigns that much more easier to test and track, thus providing the necessary performance metrics that marketers can appreciate and know where they can improve for better results.

The first step in planning out a DMP is to define the vision. What does such a plan aim to achieve? Perhaps it is to drive online sales of your products. If your products are not appropriate to be sold online, the final goal may be to encourage a target number of fans and followers to set foot into your shop. It is important to define the goals as clearly as possible because they determine how subsequent marketing actions will be carried out accurately.

The second step is to define the various strategies and objectives that bring followers closer to your goals. The questions below can act as a guide:

– How many articles are you going to write in a month?
– How many clicks to drive to each article?
– How many social shares should each article reach for?
– What is the call-to-action (CTA) at the end of each web page?
– How many CTAs are needed before a visitor reach a goal?
– How is the visitor’s experience navigating around your website?
– What is the conversion rate for each call-to-action?
– What is target size of the follower base on each social network?
– What is the target size of the e-mail subscriber base?
– What offers do you propose to differentiate the privileges of different subscriber/follower bases?
– What is the best buyer demographic for your products or services?
– Which social networks are these potential buyers predominantly found in?
– What are the signals that indicate a prospect is ready to buy?
– How to provide post sales support or customer service?
– What are the segments that separate different types of customers?
– What motivates each set of customers differently?
– How long and what are the stages of a buyer’s lifecycle?
– What are your best keywords for website optimization?
– How many free offers do you need to come up with each month?
– How do the free offers determine the landing page design?
– How do you position yourself differently from your competitors?
– How do you project yourself as a knowledgeable expert in your niche?
– Where are the best forums for online conversations?
– Who can you collaborate with as joint venture partners?

These are but only a sample of questions out of many more that need to be asked, like:

– What would be a good frequency for social postings? Is it too much or too little now?
– What type of social media posting are your followers most likely to share?
– Which social networks tend to contribute better towards your DMP goals and how much more time should be spent in them?
– When is an appropriate time to directly promote a product?
– What new marketing channels can be further explored? Mobile messaging? Instant messaging?
– How to nurture regular customers into long-term evangelists?

I should stop for now. As you can tell, the devil is in the details and answers are never-ending, more so when nothing is set in stone and new digital trends can take over without warning. Your DMP must be dynamic and adaptable, subject to review for minor details over 3 months and for major ones over 6 months.

The most common mistake of a DMP is for digital marketers to confuse between the larger goals and objectives and mix up their priorities. Success is in the sales, not the clicks nor the number of subscribers or followers. Therefore it is imperative to use analytics software like Google Analytics or Piwik to break down the measurements into hard numbers because they tell the hard truth.

The third step is to define a role for each of the staff in the business. This is especially true for small businesses without a marketing team. When there are so many ‘devils’ in a DMP, you can be sure there is plenty of work to do every day.

Digital marketing has to be a collective effort for productivity to increase and it does not necessarily require in-depth expertise. A business can start small, posting one piece of valuable content at a time, then figure out how to ramp up the volume, frequency and quality of the content over time.

It is also helpful for all staff to get involved so they can learn to market online during the process and stay relevant within various digital trends.

If this step is not applicable within your business environment, you can consider outsourcing to a digital marketing agency. It is exactly what we do at iSmart Communications. Take a look at the home page and “Inbound Marketing” section of our website to better understand how we can add more value to the digital aspect of your marketing work.

The fourth step is to set aside time for training. Now this does not seem to relate directly to the work, but you would do well to remember a Chinese saying, “Rest is to prepare for the long journey ahead.” Training is not exactly rest, but still it is to prepare for the long marketing journey ahead. It is also a time to take stock of the work done, of results measured, to discuss what is done well and what can be done better.

For training and research resources, you can visit these recommended websites:

1) Click on the ‘list’ icon beside the logo for the topics
2) Access “All Topics” section and look for “Internet Marketing” and “Social Networking and Social Media”
4) Linkedin groups pertaining to relevant keywords and topics
5) and similar Q&A websites
6) Article directories like Ezine Articles
7) Pinterest: Search for infographics by keywords

These are exciting times we live in and consumers and merchants are converging online like never before. Establishing additional marketing channels via social media and e-mail automation can only help you open up a plethora of new business opportunities. Your marketing efforts are further leveraged as your online business presence remains active 24/7. The 4 major steps of crafting a digital marketing plan would be a great starting point. Act on them today and usher a better tomorrow.

The 4 Steps Of A Digital Marketing Plan

First step: Define the vision or goals.
Second step: Define strategies and objectives that score goals.
Third step: Define digital marketing roles for staff.
Fourth step: Prepare for continuous training.

Nelson Tan is an Inbound Marketing consultant at iSmart Communications, an integrated marketing communications agency serving the Asia-Pacific region.

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Do you know that whiteboard videos are catching up to be the best marketing tool for almost any business?

There are a few whiteboard animation video maker (software) on the market but all of them are missing something: VOICES.

That is a big problem because 2 bad things are happening:

1) The sketch video created has background music only and viewers get bored of following
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It includes:

– The ability to segment leads based on the answers they give to you. This is HUGE! This translates in highly targeted e-mail lists with sky-high open rates and clicks! Just ask any top marketer, and they

Video landing pages convert better than any other landing page designs, and the reason is simple: people just rather watch something than having to read it.

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Webinar Fusion ProFor the past years, GoToWebinar has been dominating the webinar market but their HUGE monthly fees are honestly a rip-off.

Think about it. That’s almost $3,500 per year in fees just to be able to host webinars on their platform.

Plus their technology is outdated and rigid.

Why keep using it when there

As the marketplace moves online, the majority of leads are not going to do business with you in the first instances. Lead nurturing becomes a key component of one-to-many marketing automation. The whole experience of the way leads interact with marketers and receive input from them becomes more process-based and systematic. Marketers can now collate a complete set of data based on the leads’ history of interaction to qualify them further down the marketing funnel.

This ‘input’ that marketers offer to leads is valuable content that educates, keeps them engaged and warms them up. A consistent and automated dissemination of content establishes a strong brand presence at the top of prospects’ minds even as leads and marketers do not meet, until the leads send a strong signal like filling in a telephone number in a form or agreeing to a product demonstration. When online lead nurturing can produce such revealing data, that’s how powerful and effective the marketing process can become.

Consider the following factors in setting up a proper lead nurturing campaign:

1) Set your goals.

In popular understanding, there are 3 parts to a marketing funnel:

a) ToFU (Top Of The Funnel or Awareness stage): The prospect is experiencing a problem and requires knowledge to better understand what he is going through and why.

b) MoFU (Middle Of The Funnel or Consideration stage): Having understood and defined the problem, the prospect is considering the various options to solving it.

c) BoFU (Bottom of The Funnel or Decision stage): The prospect has shortlisted possible solutions to his/her problem and will finalize his purchase decision.

The goals of each part of your funnel is to prepare your leads with the necessary information and usher them to the next part. They always have a choice to opt out, thereby disqualifying themselves out of the funnel, but you want to focus on the leads that remain in the funnel.

2) Define your market persona.

Before the marketing process begins, you must first define the type of prospects to target. Instead of spending important advertising dollars on drawing in the wrong set of prospects, construct a market persona based on the majority of your customers and concentrated around their needs and wants. By creating a buyer persona and nailing down your clients’ needs, lifestyles and even apprehensions, you will have the capacity to think of a ready answer to address your clients’ challenges. By placing ourselves in the shoes of our prospects, we can better preempt their purchasing decision. It’s so much more effective to zero in on the right leads this way because it is very difficult to measure the degree of favorable response to mass marketing.

To give you a hint, you can start by asking current customers or prospects the following questions:


  • What is your job role? Your job title?
  • How is your job measured?
  • What is a typical day?
  • What skills are required?
  • What knowledge and tools do you use?
  • Who do you report to? Who reports to you?


  • What are you responsible for?
  • What does it mean to be successful in your role?


  • What are your biggest challenges?
  • How do you overcome these challenges?


  • What industry or industries does your company work in?
  • What is the size of your company (revenue, employees)?

Watering Holes:

  • How do you learn about new information for your job?
  • What publications or blogs do you read?
  • What associations and social networks do you belong to?

Personal Background:

  • Age
  • Family (single, married, children)
  • Education

Shopping Preferences:

  • How to you prefer to interact with vendors (email, phone, in person?)
  • Do you use the Internet to research vendors or products? If yes, how do you search for information? What types of websites do you use?

As your leads answer these questions, you will find it easy to segment them in order to present to them the most appropriate content in their context. It also demonstrates your perfect understanding of their needs and challenges at any particular point in time, thereby maximizing the impact of your marketing messages.

3) Design your content

As you are already aware, the content in your emails plays a major part in lead nurturing by influencing the thinking process of your readers to be in line with your goals. The mindset behind your writing is to identify a problem and the need to solve it, impart knowledge and benefits, and emphasize action and accompanying results on the readers’ part. The regularity of messages queued and released on schedule within a workflow enables you to build ongoing relationships with your prospects/clients while keeping them engaged.

Although the content may be carried within emails, the content itself can take many forms, like a whitepaper, blog post, video, webinar, infographic etc. You could start with offering general advice that reflects the depth of expertise your company has. Instead of mentioning your products or services straight away, write some tips that your readers can easily apply themselves to solve low-level problems when they are in the ToFU or BoFU stage.

Overdeliver in this aspect of content marketing to the point when you have no choice but to propose a commercial solution to a larger or high-level problem. By then, your leads should also feel comfortable and find you trustworthy as a solutions provider. Even so, there is yet another way to qualify different types of buyers according to low-ticket, mid-ticket and high-ticket purchases. It is not very often that prospects will buy big-ticket items if they can’t perceive such a value. You can “whet their appetite” for future purchase by offering a cheap product like a more exclusive e-book, a recorded video tutorial, a 2-hour solutions-based coaching session etc. And only when they are ready that you can invite them for a free demonstration or trial use to orientate them for your flagship product.

Therefore consider how your emails are designed to deliver content that guide your leads along a well-defined buyer’s journey.

4) Set a timeline for your marketing funnel

This correlates with point 3 regarding the length of time by which you can afford to overdeliver on free content to nurture your leads. Although there is no fixed rule of thumb to how long the time could be, it is said that 75% of your leads buy within 18-24 months. It also depends on the degree of sophistication of the product or service you are selling. How you come to settle down on a definite timeline depends on how much content you have come up with and how you space them out at regular intervals. Be free to experiment with the way you sequence your content delivery, but it is of utmost importance that you must trust yourself that you did all you can to win over your prospects with your selling proposition, and thereafter you must discard the leads whom you perceive as remaining disinterested.

5) Define metrics for marketing campaign performance

Testing and tracking for results remains to be an integral business practice for all forms of marketing, therefore you must define the result metrics of your lead nurturing campaign or sales cycle, such as email open and click-through rates, social media reach (retweets, Facebook likes, fan/follower growth rates, impressions, shares etc.) and lead conversion rate. Metrics are the details that tie in with the goals mentioned in point 1.

As time goes, you will begin to discern and separate the non-performing marketing strategies from the good ones, and you want to improve or filter out the non-performers and concentrate more energy on the ones that work. Results will influence your future decisions on how to tweak the offers you send, the email subject lines, calls-to-action, content, landing page design etc. As the saying goes, “the biggest room in the world is the room for improvement.”

There you have it: the 5 major aspects of a successful lead nurturing campaign. In summary, you first determine your goals and metrics and how long you expect to reach them, know who you are targeting and identify what content to disseminate. The setup process can be time-consuming, but in the spirit of Inbound Marketing*, ultimately it will be beneficial to improving your lead quality at lower cost and your bottom line.

Are you generating enough leads for your business? Not satisfied with the quality of your leads as you hoped for? If you like us to examine your lead nurturing process, call us or write to us for a free consultation so we can give you a FREE website assessment and take your business to the next level!

Nelson Tan is an Inbound Marketing consultant at iSmart Communications, an integrated marketing communications agency serving the Asia-Pacific region.

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Words have power.

Posted March 13th, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under E-Mail Marketing

Email Boosters

Certain words produce amazing results, as if by magic.

All you desire in life, including everlasting wealth can be yours, depending on the words with which you express yourself.

Words have power.

They can make you laugh. Or cry.

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Fight for your country.

Who can ever forget the speeches of Winston Churchill, which stirred a nation.

March for peace.

Back your ideas with a million dollars.

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Experience Is The Best Teacher

Posted March 13th, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Copywriting

MM, a famous and wealthy entrepreneur, once surprised me in a speech to a group of copywriters by saying, “I think everyone should have kids.”

Here’s why I think MM said that…

As a copywriter, you have to write copy that sells products and services to people in a wide variety of situations.

These may include parents of newborns, parents of teens, parents struggling to pay their kids’ college tuition, and first-time grandparents.

If you don’t have kids, you haven’t experienced these situations and the emotions they entail first-hand.

And please don’t tell me you have nieces and nephews or friends with kids. It’s not even close.

Therefore it follows that the more experience you have, the more powerful and genuine your copy will be because you know more. This is why older copywriters have an advantage over younger: we have simply experienced more.

You will write better copy about dealing with a parent who has Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s if your mother or father is in that unfortunate situation, which is far less likely if you are 22 than 62.

DP, a young entrepreneur who has made a lot of money selling information products on how to deal with bipolar disorder, can write such great copy for his business because he grew up with a bipolar mother.

Kurt Vonnegut said of the young students in the college writing classes he taught: “They are damned if they will tell a story simply and directly, and I have discovered the reason for this: they have no stories to tell.”

Yes, everybody young and old has a storehouse of unique experiences that can be raw material for their writing. But if you are 70, you likely have more experience in more areas in your storehouse than when you were 20.

And that’s the edge older copywriters have today over the younger ones.

Einstein: “The only source of knowledge is experience.”

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

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The cure for shiny object syndrome

Posted March 11th, 2015 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Internet Marketing

Five-Figure Funnel ProfitsHands up…

Do you suffer from the dreaded S.O.S?

Shiny Object Syndrome is a recognized online disease that eats away at your bank account.

I’ve suffered from it, Thomas has and I’m guessing you probably has as well.

Thomas blew $5k whilst suffering from it!

He knows people who have done close to $60k!

Scary, huh?

Anyway, Thomas did something extraordinary.

He took a look at all the successful Internet marketers and noticed something they all had in common and followed suit.

Wise move, as he found the cure!

Thomas broke free of the S.O.S grip and went on to bank $11,638 in just 7 days!

Incredible, right?

And he’s gone one better…

He’s put the exact steps he took into a product and is pretty much giving it away!

If you’re suffering from the dreaded S.O.S then you need this!