Entrepreneurs: Family Laundry is HUGE Market

Technology entrepreneurs are always looking for a huge “need” in the marketplace and then coming up with a new product that “fills that need”. Maybe laundry isn’t exciting, but if you are an entrepreneur looking for that huge market, consider this: every second of the day approximately 1000 loads of laundry are started in the world. An enterprising marketer, with a plan and a respectable networking machine only needs to capture a small fraction of less than 1% of this market to create a powerful business for themselves. If they have a large, established network, then huge fortunes can easily be made. Environmentalists love this too, because this system can potentially reduce anywhere from 25,000-30,000 gallons of phosphate laden rinse water back into our environment every second of the day. An amazing new technology has just hit the market that is revolutionizing the way families have historically washed their clothes. What a paradigm shift!!

This is a WIN-WIN situation- cleaner clothes and cleaner environment. Clothes aren’t just cleaned; they are sanitized and deodorized with this system. Because cold water is used, colors and whites can be mixed. Colors are more vibrant. Fabrics are softer and fluffier. Because detergents are eliminated there are no chemical skin sensitivities. Use the existing washer in most cases. Your time doing family laundry is reduced.

This is not a toy, or a gimmick. It is a rugged system that simply attaches to the washing machine. It has undergone 2 years of field testing. This is not a start-up company; they have a history of bringing high quality innovative technology to the market that works, and is affordable. There is a proven marketing plan in place and training and support is already available. The company controls manufacturing in their own U.S. facilities.

BCB Associates is a group of individuals, professionals and companies working together to disseminate information and supply products and services that address air, water, nutritional and environmental issues in today’s home and workplace. We are interested in establishing and maintaining communication with individuals, qualified local professionals and companies involved in indoor environmental issues and appreciate your comments and input.

Major Player in the Field of Sports Marketing

With the Winter Olympics and Super Bowl just around the corner and with the World Cup taking center stage this summer, sponsors are taking a new and different approach to advertising their brands. They are scrambling to invest more in social media campaigns and less on expensive TV and print advertisements. Aside from the obvious cost savings, the big question is why social media? The answer is two-fold. Social media is personal and it builds relationships. Advertisers are fast recognizing that to build brand loyalty they need to connect with their consumers in new ways through online direct response marketing. What better way than through sports marketing where fans identify with athletes and their national teams.

Social media is playing a critical part in presenting brands and athletes in a manner that interacts with fans on a worldwide basis. It creates anticipation and excitement for fans that can communicate directly with their favorite athlete and connect with them on a more personal level. Social media is enabling brands to create lasting relationships with people around the globe that isn’t possible with television and print media.

The Crossover to the New Media

NBC, who has exclusive broadcast rights to air the Vancouver Olympics, is making a big play with online marketing as a major part of their promotions to achieve web success. It has partnered with the social media firm The Swarm Collective to produce Olympic Pulse, a place where visitors can look up tweets from athletes, Olympic blogs and top trending stories. The Super Bowl promotions have also been very active in social media on Twitter, Facebook and blogging. Athletes and teams are scrambling to hype the event and gain more followers.

In order to prep for the World Cup in the coming months, the corporate partners of FIFA, football’s world governing body, are moving away from the use of traditional TV and billboard campaigns. Instead they are trying out social networking sites to promote their brands, to sell their pitch and build their business online. Calum MacDougall, director of global marketing partnerships at Sony Ericsson, says 2010 will be the first “social networking World Cup.”

Changing the Way the Game Is Played

What makes social media so attractive to powerhouse companies is the realization that more and more people are resorting to popular social destinations like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to get their daily dose of their favorite brands and athletes. In addition to this, these sites come with major audiences and give brands a huge boost and a way to reach millions of consumers. As an added bonus, these sites give brands the viral, online hype that they’ve been searching for in their audiences and their markets. In addition to this, it’s cheaper than spending millions on TV, billboard and print campaigns, and they can get real-time results in relation to how many people are engaging in these sites and taking advantage of their promotional offers.

The consumer has changed and companies have finally recognized that they need to be where the consumers are most responsive. Is social media the advertising vehicle of the future, replacing more traditional media? Probably not, but it may run an effective second.

How to Madly Increase Your Internet Marketing Business With Ease

I purchased a product the other month off a leading internet marketing guru, I was curious to see what he had newly bought out. The content was great really worthwhile buying but once again I forgot to do something and money was taken out of my account the following month without my knowledge. What he had done was given me a 1 month free subscription to a mailing info list that I would get charged for after the month was over. I see this technique used all over the net and I use it effectively myself. So many people just don’t realise why some gurus give there information away so cheaply. It’s because they know that after a month they will make more money off the buyer anyway so they can afford to and as long as the content is good the buyer will stay in the membership program.

When I first came into the internet marketing world I signed up for Double Your Dating, You must have heard of it? It’s huge. I bought the front end dating product and the following month guess what happened? Without my knowledge I was sent more products from them. I looked at my account and I had been charged so I checked the sales letter and sure enough it said id get a free 1 month membership to the advanced Dating course. I stayed in the membership subscription though even though I didn’t really listen to the CD’s I was being sent because I felt that I had been given such good information that it would be wrong to get out. I justified it like that. That’s what most people who are registered into subscriptions do. Why? Because they feel a connection with the information they’re receiving and they don’t want to loose that.

So why don’t more internet marketers do this to? I mean you can make monthly residual income off the one buyer forever in some cases? My recommendation is develop your product, Market it and create a subscription to go along with it. If you don’t your just throwing your profits and money away. It’s crazy you can potentially speed your income up by 10 times if you just put this into play.

So go out develop a monthly subscription product to go with every product you sell and market on the sales page as a free one month free bonus then a charge of XYZ for every month after. It won’t scare people off and most people won’t even read it so it’s free money in the bank.