Commercial Loans – Take All Aspects In Consideration

As the saying goes, taking a loan is easier than surviving with it. A shrewd businessman is one who borrow but with an eye to repay it as soon as possible. Sometimes, business requirements arise because you get a new business order hat is hard to manage within your own business funds. You obviously cannot afford to lose big business opportunity only because the funds are not there.

These and other similar situations force you to take help of external sources of financing. These sources may be temporary or permanent, depending on the nature of funding. Large body corporate often have huge financial needs, and therefore, they resort to public financing by inviting deposits or going for a ‘rights issue’ meant for the existing shareholders. On the other hand, a new business concern or sole proprietorship undertaking would obviously not be able to take benefit of that sort – neither are these meant for them.

Before applying for commercial loans, first of all decide the type of debt financing that your business firm will be comfortably able to get. If you do not own any property in the name of firm, secured commercial business loans are out of question. You will have to rely on loans that do not require any security. These loans will offer you a limited amount – upto £25,000. The interest rate is likely to be little more than what you can get by pledging some property. The amount of loan that you can qualify for can be increased by involving some property in the loan transaction.

Essential Next Steps After Your Product Launch

You’ve launched your product, congratulations! Now it’s time to add that successful launch sequence to your email campaign – and build upon it.

At this point I am very aggressive; I’m going to give them a three or four day break and then I will stagger some engagement emails and then some content for a few more days. You could even take the next week and make it a light week. After this, you can start over with another prelaunch.

Again, this is going to depend upon how many products you have. If you have two products, then you may want to send out content and then relaunch your coaching program. After that you may have created another training program and then you could have a third program that you sell three weeks later.

You can repeat the process I outlined here as many times as you want. Now you have this pattern. After this first time you do it you’re probably going to wait a little bit before running again. But if you have a ten-day process that you have written out such as three or four or five days of engagement, and then a few days of the launch, you can repeat this two times a month. It’s your choice, you could do this just one time a month or you can do it every three weeks.

You can continue to do this into the future. If you create a new product from here you can create brand-new engagement, content, and launch emails to launch the new product. Once you create this new product’s campaign then all you have to do is tag this onto the back of your main campaign.

If you have four different products, then you can have four different starting points. For example, let’s say a campaign has a training program and a coaching program. Let’s say that we have three training programs. You can have the coaching program first, then the training program on days 16 through 26. We could skip 10 days and then we promote training two. From here we can skip 20 days and then promote training number three. Again, there’s some flexibility here.

Creating Flexibility for Testing and Optimization

Let’s get further into this example. Maybe all of these trainings are in the same sub-niche within your niche but they all address a different need. If you have a different list that has a different set of initial needs, you could start by promoting training one followed by the coaching program. Then you can promote product three and product four etc. If you have another list then you can sequence your products in yet another way. You could and should have as many lists as possible when you’re testing out your campaigns. In another list you could start with training four and then move on to training one or training number three and then go to the coaching program.

Here’s a quick tip: When you begin to build out your campaigns I recommend building these pieces out as sequences. So instead of having one monster campaign with 150 different emails and it, you could have 4 to 6 email campaigns and then you set automation into it so that when someone finished sequence one, then they’ll go to sequence two and so on.

In this example, emails 1 through 15 will be Sequence 1. Email 16 through 26 will be Sequence 2. Sequence Three would be another engagement and a launch campaign for training product 2 and so on. In your autoresponder you would have three or more sequences, so, in the future if you decide that you don’t like one of your sequences, you can pull one of your sequences out without any problems. All you need to do is stop the routing from one sequence to another. This will give you a great level of control over your business when you find out what is working the best for you.

If you have a monster campaign with 150 different emails and you would like to change things around it’s very difficult to do so. Let’s put this into an example. Let’s say down the road that you have six different sequences, and you currently have them in order from 1 to 6. By having individual sequences in your autoresponder, you can easily take your list from Sequence 1 to Sequence 5 or to Sequence 4 without any problems.

Keys to Launching a Successful Viral Video – Part 1

A viral video that takes your niche (and maybe the whole Internet) by a storm doesn’t just happen by accident. To maximize your chances of creating the video that becomes an overnight sensation, you need to execute this two-part plan:

-Part 1: Create a buzz-worthy video
-Part 2: Launch your video

Here’s how to do it…

Step 1: Choose a Topic Worth Sharing

Go to YouTube and see what’s hot. Which videos are popular and get a lot of views, comments and viral action? Chances are, the popular videos tend to be funny, outrageous, controversial, offensive, extremely useful or similar.

Look, if you want to create a video that everyone talks about, then you need to make it WORTH talking about. And that means making it different, engaging, useful, funny, controversial and/or offensive.

Step 2: Create Your Video

You don’t have to buy fancy equipment, but you shouldn’t a camera that films grainy pictures either. Upgrade your equipment to the best you can afford so you can present a quality product.

Second, keep it SHORT – just 30 seconds to two minutes maximum. Videos go viral when they’re short and easy to watch… and easy to pass along.

Step 3: Keep Track of the Important Frames

Your first, last or middle frame should be visually appealing. That’s because YouTube allows you to use one of those frames as a thumbnail pic – and you want to create a thumbnail pic that captures attention (and clicks) from YouTube users.

Step 4: Load and Tag

Finally, you need to load your video up, describe it, and “tag” it using the keywords your niche uses to find related information. Ideally, you should use some long-tail keywords so that your niche can easily find your video both on YouTube as well as in Google.

Once you’ve completed the above four easy steps, you’re halfway done. Your next step is to officially launch your video and get it in front of as many people as possible. You’ll discover exactly how to do that in Part 2 of this article series.