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These 4 marketing myths can cause you to lose sales if you base your marketing decisions on them. But the related marketing tips I included with each myth will boost your sales if you act on them instead.

As a Canadian registrant, one way you might legally avoid this silly March Hare is to explicitly state on your website and invoice that use of such intangible personal property in Canada is prohibited (or requires an additional fee and the payment of G.S.T.).

I’ve seen people recommending recycle O2 sensors their products to customers as a miracle solution to all their problems. This is not only misleading, but is bound to backfire.

As a webmaster, protecting yourself from link cheating is very time consuming and frustrating. Of course, you can check every site you linked to and see if your link has been added to that site. This is very time consuming, even with a “link checker” tool, and you may not find your link even if it is there! Or, if you don’t find your link you can follow up with a polite email. And, if you don’t get a response within a week or two, you can remove their link from your website. Unfortunately, by then you’ve been promoting the other site(s) for a month or more and getting zero in return. Link cheating.

The letter “A” stands for Action. I know you’ve heard this before, but read this today, print it out and decide that you are going to take Action to create Miracles. Once again, no one will do it for you! Take the Action that you know that you need to take to recycle O2 sensors create your Miracle.

Have fun describing yourself without making excuses about why you’re on the site or who convinced you to finally go online. Tell us what makes you unique.

Rest easy, there’s no pressure to get a blog. Not getting one won’t negatively impact your bottom line. So although the technology can be entrancing, stay focused… what are you selling to who? How is it going? That said, do stay curious about new technology. Part of your chosen profession as an online biz owner means modeling for others by staying abreast of new things.