Anatomy of a B.U.M.
Bum Marketing Made Easier/Faster
By Paul Evans
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The purpose of this report is to help you:
Organize your BUM marketing or any marketing efforts to save you time and money so you can make more money.
Help you recognize the opportunities and possibilities you may be missing
Train yourself to create proprietary
processes and models.
Bum Marketing is one of the latest “crazes.” But there’s something that makes it different from the rest. Importantly different.
It’s based on the human element. It teaches you skills that you can use across the board of your online efforts. And while certain sites you’re using for promotion might shift in popularity, it’s relatively easy to find a new one.
Unlike the automated site generators, mass pinging, etc. Bum Marketing is based on the elements of business and SEO fundamentals. Things that won’t change with the next algorithm.
Bum Marketing has long term possibilities. If you’re willing to stick to the simple system of BM, then here are some ways to keep it organized, and ways to advance your personal BM system.
Here’s How to keep you B.U.M. clean…
Bookmark YOUR Process
book·mark (b INCLUDEPICTURE “http://cache.lexico.com/dictionary/graphics/ahd4/gif/oobreve.gif” * MERGEFORMATINET k’märk’) : to record the location (URL) of a favorite Web site to allow quick access in the future. To place a marker to quickly locate a needed reference or tool.
Take the time to bookmark EVERYTHING out in your Bum Marketing (BM) process ONCE. Links, templates, checklists, etc. Don’t waste time trying to locate a link, or hope that it is still in your browser memory.
Set up your:
Favorites Folder in your browser. Include your links to your affiliate markets, online research tools, article directories, classified add directories, etc. Link them directly to the login page, not just the home page. Set them up numerically so you can work through them step, by step.
Shortcuts folder on your desktop leading to your tools. This will keep you from getting lost in your software options and keep you using only what you need. Place a shortcut to EVERY tool you use on the folder.
Website Templates. Lay a “beginning” site out and use it each time to rapidly make changes.
Checklists. Step-by-step processes for each BM element. An article writing example is for you below.