My Parent Business Holding Company

Having a online business or a offline business is a great time of having great income as well as the profits of the business as well. The Business Holding Company is unique in structure. My Business Holding Company is a Single Member LLC. That means on my tax returns, I can file as a Sole Proprietor. The Business Holding Company that I’m referring to is called Flax Conglomerate. Flax Conglomerate is a unique Conglomerate.

Now with a Conglomerate, you think of a huge company. Flax Conglomerate is a Conglomerate style company, but will have the styles of a Sole Proprietorship.

I’m still working on this business as well as keeping my blog up as well.

My New Offline Business Venture

My New Offline Business Venture is going to be a tea and bake sale. I’m planning on having two days in May that I will do the income as well. I’m going to use the lessons that I learn from my first offline business venture to make sure that I bring in the profits as well.

My goal with my new offline business venture is to earn a income of $250 in between my two sale days.

I need to earn that money for my next Kon. I like to go to Kons as a hobby.

I will keep my expenses low. Now, I will need to get all the planning done in between now and the sale dates.

My First Offline Business Venture

I want to tell you about my first offline business venture. My first offline business venture is a newspaper route that I had in LaCrosse, Kansas. I deliver a newspaper seven days a week from January 2012 – September 2016. The paper route did really well in the start, but by the fourth year I’m was not earning much money. In this business, I was doing stress out because I had to get up day after day. When the last day got done, I was done with the papers. With the paper route, I learn three things during 2015.

1. I need to have some side income.
When I did know the job is needed, I was looking for the worst possible jobs so that I can have experience.

2. I need to have a good product that I need to invent.
I decided that in 2015 that I needed to invent a software product that I need to use. I’m still working on that software product today. (By the way, I thought of a good idea for the blog as well.)

3. I have a great team on the paper route.
I realize that I need to have a great team so that I can be succeed. I will need that area that will produced the profits.

My Second Review Site

The first review site that I will be building will be Mobile Suit Gundam Seed. Mobile Suit Gundam Seed aired on television in Japan in 2002 and aired on television in the United States in 2004. My goal with the Review Site is to provide a review on every episode and to offer the sales links to those products as well. Now for about the first two months of this site, I’m not going to get anything big out of it; however, if I applied some of my SEO Tricks on this blog and put in in the Google and Bing Webmaster Tools, then I might get some good sales. I will start on by putting up a Facebook page so that that page can get the latest reviews releases as well.

Update: I will start working on this site in September of 2017.

My Book Series

I’m doing a book series right now. It’s going to be like a 53 books long. It’s about the notes that I’m writing on during a writing area that I’m doing right now.

What I need to do after that need?
Ghostwriter that knows the work with me.
Publish the work on Amazon CreateSpace and Kindle for the product.
Make sure that the audiobook is produced.

I’m going to work on that site later on.

Learn How to Write an Effective Press Release in 4 Steps

Press releases provide an additional solution for building backlinks, increasing online exposure, and gaining web traffic.

Though, if your press release doesn’t deliver the right message, it won’t be effective. A press release isn’t the same as a blog post or sales page. You need to pay attention to a few important details.

Here’s some advice on how to write a killer press release in just 4 steps.

Choose the right topic for your press release

You need to choose the topic before you start writing. The topic needs to have a newsworthy angle. This means that the topic should be relevant and current.

Examples of common press release topics include:

    • New store opening

 

    • New business launch

 

    • New product or software release

 

    • Major update or development

 

Always ask yourself if the topic is something that you’d read about in a newspaper or in a blog. Searching for press releases will provide examples to give you a better sense of common topics and writing style.

Introduce the newsworthy information

Write two to three paragraphs discussing the topic of your press release. Don’t worry about an introduction. Just jump right in and start writing about the details of the news release.

Remember to write in the third-person (he, she, her, him, they, and them).

These paragraphs are the main body of your press release. This discusses the newsworthy topic in a straightforward manner.

Don’t use any hype. Stick to the facts.

You need to address the following details with your press release:

    • Who will be interested in this topic or who is it about?

 

    • What is the subject of the press release?

 

    • Where can people find more information?

 

    • When will this event or product release occur?

 

    • How does this benefit the reader?

 

Answering these questions will help you stay on track. You have limited space.

The press release will typically be between 300 and 700 words. This doesn’t provide an endless word count to go into great detail.

Write the Introduction and Conclusion

After you’ve written the main body of the press release, you can write the introduction and conclusion. The intro paragraph should summarize the body in several lines. It introduces the topic and your business or personal brand.

The conclusion offers a short bio for your business or brand. You can discuss your area of expertise and provide some background information.

At the end of the conclusion, you’ll typically have a spot to provide contact information, such as your email address, web URL, and phone number.

Create an attention-grabbing headline

The headline should be the last thing that you write. You’ve already written the body of your press release, so you already know the exact message or story that you’re promoting.

Summarise the main message of your press release in a single sentence. Press release headlines are often longer than a typical blog headline. Make sure that it fully explains the topic.

You may also have the option to include a sub-headline. The sub-headline should provide further information about the topic of your press release.

It’s an extension of the headline. Don’t repeat what you’ve already stated in the headline.

Before submitting your press release for publication, make sure that you check it for spelling and grammar errors.

You should proof read it by reading each line aloud. This is the best way to catch errors and also to find ways to improve your content.

Writing an effective press release isn’t difficult. Take it one step at a time. If you’d like more internet marketing tips and suggestions, and a method for generating conversion-ready internet traffic, click here to learn about my done-for-you system. my done-for-you system.

Increasing Sales Leads by Boosting Twitter User Engagement

Twitter is an effective platform for entrepreneurs that want to reach out and increase their online presence. But, these efforts don’t provide a lot of help if you can’t engage your followers.

Twitter user engagement directly impacts your ability to gain sales leads through this social media platform. Engagement refers to the number of followers, retweets, and messages you receive through your Twitter profile.

If you want to boost engagement, then take a moment to review these simple tips.

Shorten Your URL Links

Every entrepreneur should use a web-based program to shorten their URL links. Studies show that shorter URLs receive more clicks.

The programs that generate these shorter URLs also typically provide a method for tracking these links. You can see how many people followed the shortened URL.

Use Images in Your Tweets

Tweets that contain images receive more clicks and more retweets. If possible, all your tweets should contain an image.

If you’re sharing a link to a landing page or a web page that you own, you should set up Twitter cards. This allows Twitter to pull the featured image from your page and place it in the tweet.

You can also upload photos for each tweet. It’s time-consuming, but it can help you get more retweets, clicks, and new followers.

Ask People to Retweet Your Tweets

Sometimes you just need to ask people to do exactly what you want them to do. Ask people to retweet your tweets.

Including “RT” in your tweet can help you gain 10 times as many retweets. On average, including the word “retweet” in your tweet will result in 23 times as many re-tweets.

This only takes up a few characters of the space that you have available. Give it a try. Add “RT” to the end of all tweets moving forward.

Include Actionable Words in Your Tweet

Along with asking people to retweet your tweets, you should include actionable words. You may not have enough space to include a full call to action, but you can use actionable words to increase engagement. Examples of actionable words include:

 

    • Download

 

    • Free trial

 

    • Subscribe

 

    • Learn more

 

    • Read now

 

    • Gain access

 

Engage Your Twitter Followers

You should also drive engagement by being more engaging. You can include questions in your tweets, to encourage people to respond. This drive engagement and could result in more followers.

If you haven’t already, you should set Twitter to send email notifications when you receive a new message and when your Twitter tag is mentioned in another tweet.

You should respond to questions and comments as soon as possible. Even if the comment is unrelated to the products or services that you sell, you need to be active on social media. Respond when people talk to you.

Tweet Late at Night

The final tip for increasing user engagement on Twitter is to tweet late at night. These late-night tweets obtain about 10 times as many retweets as similar tweets sent during the day.

If you go to bed early, you can use a social media management platform to automate the release of your tweets and social media posts.

In the end, using Twitter to increase your online exposure depends more on quality than quantity. The number of followers that you have is less important than how engaged your followers are.

Focus on engagement by responding to tweets, asking questions, and using these other tips. Increasing your Twitter user engagement will help you boost the number of followers that you’ve got, along with helping to increase traffic from Twitter to your website.

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My Patreon Page

I have a Patreon Page. I’m using the Patreon Page to promote my videos that I do on YouTube. Some of my videos will be unlisted on the video so that they will be only be offer to Patreon members. Some of the perks that I offer are having a video release one day before the release, a Patreon Fan Group, the Business Videos, My Inner Circle Private Facebook Group, and My Inner Circle PLUS Private Facebook Group.

The fees are going to be per video; however, on Patreon, you can cap your funding so that your spending can be in control.

The Patreon page has now got four goals that I would like to use the money on Patreon for. The funds for the Patreon will be use to improve my business.

To see my goals, where the rewards are, and more, visit my Patreon Page here.