Updated on November 10, 2017 by admin
Are you intent on making money on the Internet? You're not alone. Every day, 175,000 people look for ways to use the Internet to achieve their dreams of working from home. In one sense, that's very good news. It is further proof that working from home is a viable alternative to the Rat Race. On the other hand, it means you've got a lot of work ahead of you if you'd like to stand out from the crowd and achieve a following. It means you can not just slap up some links or hold out a webpage and hope to be successful.
These days, people are looking for connection. They want to know the people they're doing business with. They want to know that they can trust you. They want to like you. They want to know what you're about and they want to feel like you know what they are about. They want to feel like you care about them and their needs.
Social media marketing can help with this, but using social media is only the first step. Here are some other things you can do to help forge relationships on the Internet.
Use Your Photograph. Do not use a logo. Use a clear face shot with you smiling. Make sure you're wearing something appropriate. A photo with you and your spouse or your kids is okay, except that social media photographs are very small and the more people you crowd into one of them the less probably it is that people will be able to see your face. When you use your own face you remove much of the fear that you're not who you say you are. Most scammers and spammers hide behind false names and do not want to go giving their photograph out. Showing yourself for who and what you are can go a long way towards removing the "walls" people put up when potential sales are about to happen.
Use Video. Video can be scary, especially if we do not like the way we look or sound on camera. But video conveys some immense advantages. Number one, it goes even further further ensuring that people know they're dealing with someone real. People will forgive your wrinkles, your high pitched voice, and the spare tire around your waist if you are likeable, delivering good information, and above all, real. Pictures, after all, can be faked too. Sometimes people just use stock photos. But video is harder to fake in that fashion. Beside, we are a television generation, conditioned to believe anyone we see in any kind of video or television-style clip is automatically more important or trustworthy. Video conveys a psychological edge as well as a content edge.
Stay Responsive. If people e-mail you or message you, then you should always take the time out to respond to them. Otherwise they will feel as though you are ignoring them in a very response-oriented forum. Once they develop that feeling, they will decide you were …
Updated on December 1, 2017 by admin
Success at the dog track is measured by how much money you make. It’s as simple as that. If you walk out with less money than you walked in with, you have a problem. If you walk out with more money than you walked in with, on a regular basis, you’re a winner. Of course, we all have our losing days, but you need more winning days than losing ones.
So, what’s the best way to make sure that your bankroll grows rather than shrinks? While there are a lot of different ways to handicap greyhounds, I think that there’s only one way for most people to get to where they can make money at the track almost every time they go. You do it by starting small and building up to making bigger bets.
Your instinct might be to make big, complicated bets – wheeling and keying dogs in trifectas and superfectas. Unless you have very deep pockets, phenomenal luck and fantastic handicapping skills, you’ll lose your shirt. Instead, here’s the best way to win money and keep more of it at the dog track.
Start with win bets. Find the best dog in a race and bet it to win. Use a good handicapping system and don’t bet too many bets on a program. Betting every race is the quickest way I know to empty your pockets and get discouraged. However, DO handicap every race. Play the ones you’re surest of and just watch the rest and see if your pick wins.
No one can pick a winner in every race, I don’t care how good they are at picking dogs. On a program with 10 races, the average beginner should bet no more than 3-4 dogs. Do that until you’re hitting enough so that you’re ahead on almost every program. It’s very important to keep good, written records of your picks. No changing your mind after the race because you would have picked a dog. Be honest with yourself and keep track of your wins.
When you get to where you’re picking enough winners to make a profit on them on a regular basis, increase the amount of your win bets. That’s all there is to making a consistent profit at the track. Once you’ve mastered this, you can go on to quinielas, trifectas and even superfectas. But until you develop your handicapping skills, stick with small win bets on a few races. It’s very hard to do, but worth it in the long run.…