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Sustainable Business Practices Are the Future — Are You Ready? 

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Written By: Katie Conroy.

Sustainable Business Practices Are the Future — Are You Ready? 

Today, major corporations around the world are striving to become more sustainable in their business practices. This is due to market demand; consumers these days are becoming increasingly aware of the environmental and social impacts of production, and are voting for sustainability with their dollars. According to a recent Nielsen survey, sales of sustainable products have been performing well above average. 

If you’re planning to start your own business, you should be aware of how sustainable business practices can reduce environmental impact while at the same time promoting healthy, thriving communities. Today, Cymru Marketing presents a guide to help you lay the groundwork for your sustainable business. 

Sustainability 101 

The National Geographic Society defines sustainability as “the practice of using natural resources responsibly, so they can support both present and future generations.” This is not a new concept; for centuries, leaders of the Iroquois Nation considered the impact of their decisions on their great-great-great-great grandchildren (which is the origin of the term “seventh generation”). The challenge for business in the 21st century is figuring out how to be “green” while at the same time remaining profitable. This involves numerous considerations, such as: 

  • The sourcing of materials  
  • Delivery of goods and/or services  
  • Ecological footprint 
  • Economic impact
  •  Fair business practices 
  • The local environment 

Finding Sustainable Opportunities 

When looking for a niche, take into account the local environment and culture. Keep in mind that a business idea that may be sustainable in one place won’t be in another. While researching your idea, consider consumer demand and how to address it sustainably. It’s also worth looking into the walking score of a given location, in order to cut down on vehicular traffic. 

Understanding the Pros and Cons 

One of the challenges of going green is cost. Sustainable, eco-friendly fair-trade materials and products are simply more expensive and can reduce your profit margin. You may be able to make up some of this through volume, however, depending on the attitudes and values of your customer base. 

Marketing the Benefits 

In your marketing, you want to point out how patronizing sustainable businesses benefits a consumer personally. Nobody, especially consumers, wants to hear a sermon about their “responsibilities”; they want to know what’s in it for them.  Consider touting the benefits of a clean environment on personal health and the comfort of knowing their children and grandchildren will be able to enjoy those benefits as well. 

While keeping that in mind, continue to look for opportunities to authentically show your clientele what you’re doing to make your business sustainable. If you find a niche opportunity that isn’t being met in your area, start a green task force and share the positive changes through your marketing. Or join up with an already established organization doing great work and share how the partnership benefits the environment. You should also try to find an influencer marketing agency to help you get the word out. After all, it’s not just about what you do; it’s also about advertising your philosophy and serving as a demonstration of the results. 

Starting or shifting a business to a green model is neither easy nor inexpensive under the current system. It is nonetheless what a growing number of consumers are looking for, so it’s a wise choice in all ways. Make the right choices in your processing and market your venture appropriately. An investment in sustainability may be challenging but can pay off handsomely in the long run. 

Cymru Marketing Specializing in SEO, SMO, Exact Match Keyword Domain Names Sales & Acquisitions, Press Releases, Affiliate Marketing, Lead Generation & Web Design. To get started, please email us at hello@cymrumarketing.com. 

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Building a Business Can Positively Impact Your Community. 

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Written By: Katie Conroy.

Building a Business Can Positively Impact Your Community 

Small businesses make big differences in their communities. In fact, small businesses have added millions of jobs to the economy while many national corporations have eliminated positions. Of course, their impact goes beyond job opportunities — small businesses influence neighborhood culture and become a staple of hometowns. 

However, launching a small business takes careful planning, especially if your goal is changing your city for the better. The following steps prepare you for the realities of running a company while balancing local giving. 

For your next digital marketing project, connect with Cymru Digital Marketing to scale your business!  

Find Your Niche 

Your first decision is what goods or services to sell. It’s essential to offer something the community needs, so do some research to find your niche. For example, if you want to open a restaurant, look at what’s missing from the neighborhood menu. There may be many fast food places but no options for health-conscious customers. 

Apply for Funding 

Every company needs capital to get off the ground. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources for small businesses: 

  • Grants 
  • Small business loans 
  • Entrepreneur programs 

You can also look for investors who agree to finance your enterprise for a percentage of business ownership.  

Set Up Your Website 

Even if you cater to local customers, you still need a website. While it’s possible to create your own with templates, you’ll save time by outsourcing to a professional web designer. The expert team at Cymru Digital Marketing can ensure your site is aesthetically pleasing, user-friendly, and fully functional. 

Maintain Cash Flow With Invoicing Software 

In any business, large or small, accurate invoicing is essential to maintaining cash flow and keeping track of what is owed to you. While billing by hand may be fine for a one-person operation, as soon as you start working with multiple clients or taking on employees, manual invoicing becomes time-consuming and error-prone. This is where invoicing software can save the day. Customer invoicing software automates the billing process, making it faster and easier to generate accurate invoices. You’ll also be able to add a button to invoices that allow customers to pay online.  

Advertise Locally 

Local advertisements get local customers. To bring in the crowds, focus your marketing with the following strategies: 

Partner With Local Entrepreneurs 

Connecting to other local businesses is a great way to support your peers and offer more to the community. One of the best ways to do so is by joining municipal associations. These are usually organized by industry, allowing you to meet entrepreneurs with similar aspirations and challenges. 

Support Community Charities 

Local shops are uniquely positioned to work with charities within the community. You can do so by donating directly, hosting campaigns that donate a portion of sales, and even volunteering time, space, and labor. 

Tap Into Local Talent 

As a local business, you can create opportunities for the talent in your neighborhood. When looking to expand your workforce or hire a contractor, look nearby. A great place to start is universities and trade schools. Reaching out to new graduates and trainees keeps resources in the community. 

Running a small business takes determination and a clear vision of the future, but it’s also incredibly fulfilling, especially when you contribute to your community. With the right approach, your enterprise and neighborhood can flourish. 

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Top Skills Required for Future of Work

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Top Skills Required for Future of Work

The future of work will be undeniably influenced by technology. The World Economic Forum estimates that 85 million jobs will be disrupted due to automation, but 97 million more will be created for the same reasons. These are the jobs that make disruptive technology.

All of these changes also indicate that we will need to reskill sooner than we anticipated.  According to the same report, 50 percent of employees will need reskilling by 2025.  Employers will need to invest in job training to provide new skills to their employees to stay competitive in the market.

If you are worried about the future of the work landscape, we invite you to read this guide. We have compiled some of the most in-demand jobs of the future, based on the World Economic Forum’s data.

Data Analysis

Data analysis is the process of gathering data, identifying trends, and revealing relevant insights for business decision-making. This is a highly technical role that usually requires a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a degree in a relevant field.

However, according to the WEF’s report, it could take two to three months to learn this skill. Multiple job training programs like coding boot camps and courses could help you learn this trade in less time than with traditional school.

AI and Machine Learning

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are two of the most in-demand skills in the future of work. AI consists of programming devices to perform human-like tasks. Today, we see this technology in robots, self-driving cars, and chatbots, but it’ll cover even more ground in the future.

On the other hand, machine learning is a branch of AI that developers use to make machines learn without human intervention. Therefore, computers can identify similarities, differences, and other trends through data.

A good example of this is our mobile keyboard, which almost predicts what we’re about to type. However, this isn’t magic. Your phone is actually learning from your typing habits and making suggestions based on them.

You can learn AI and Machine learning with a bachelor’s degree in data science or a related field. However, there are also coding boot camps available for these two trades.

Digital Marketing

Digital marketing is more on the creative side with the use of technology. Digital marketers produce content, manage social media accounts, conduct market research, and do search engine optimization to rank websites better on Google searches.

Digital marketing jobs are in high demand right now and will remain so in the future, especially with the popularity of social media.

Information Security Skills

Information security analysts are computer gatekeepers. Their role is to ensure the computer networks’ security by implementing safety measures policies, conducting tests, and updating hardware and software. The demand for these cybersecurity specialists is significantly increasing, considering that cybercrimes don’t seem to stop.

To become an information security analyst, you need to have a bachelor’s degree in computer science. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that their demand is expected to increase up to 33 percent.

Software Development

The WEF estimates that software developers’ jobs will drastically increase in the future of work. Currently, the supply of software engineers is low, while their demand is extremely high. According to BLS, the demand for software developers is expected to increase up to 22 percent. Considering their demand and low supply, developers usually enjoy high salaries and work benefits.

You don’t necessarily need a bachelor’s degree to become a software developer. You can learn through a coding Bootcamp. In fact, many companies like Google and Facebook hire boot camp graduates.

You can learn how to code in a couple of months, but you will need to remain a life-long learner after that. It’s important to be aware of the new trends and challenges in the industry to continue being relevant.

Internet of Things Expertise

The Internet of Things is a very lucrative and in-demand career right now. It adds internet connection to all types of products, including house supplies, thermostats, and smart speakers.

According to a recent report from the Globe Newswire, the Internet of Things industry will experience a 25.4 percent growth in the 2021-2028 period. This means that the demand for IoT skills will drastically increase in the next decade.

Conclusion

Making predictions about the future of work is challenging. Considering the constant changes in tech, we should always be prepared for the unexpected. Many jobs will be lost as a result of automation, but millions of new jobs will be created in the tech industry. It is simply a matter of resilience and innovation, so you must remain open to reskilling opportunities.

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Disagreeing With Your Competitor

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Disagreeing With Your Competitor.

Minding my own business, I scrolled through my LinkedIn Notifications and noticed someone blatantly taking the proverbial p#ss out of a local pizza company. Curious about the topic of discussion and because I specialize in domain names I decided to join the conversation.

The entity happens to live in the same city as me in Cardiff Wales and runs a Marketing Agency, he pointed out that a domain name a pizza company was using has the word sh#t in the domain name. It did not have the actual word; it was the way the letters were merged and highlighted by my competitor that showed all the words in poor taste (no pun intended).

There is a saying “put your brain in gear before putting your mouth in motion” and for me, Monday morning was the start of my content writing week, and I should have thought twice before ending up arguing in a testosterone-heated discussion.

My competitor later admitted he copied the image and content from Reddit and then went on a defense that he has always supported the company and gave them free marketing…yer right.

My point was, never take the mick out of another business for the following reasons:

  1. If you are on a network channel such as LinkedIn, someone you are connected to and who does not agree with your message may never use you in the future or pass work your way. You should never burn all your bridges. I wont be sending business their way.
  2. If the business that was made a mockery of found out and the article went viral, there would be a certain amount of people that may not use the business, thinking if they cannot get their domain/branding right, it could look like they do not have much money to invest in a decent domain name so what is the quality of their pizzas going to be, are they scrimping on the ingredients too?
  3. The business does not want to be seen by people that will join in on the banter. The business loses credibility.
  4. It shows unprofessionalism.
  5. You instantly lose trustworthiness and credibility.

The image below is proof in the pudding of what I was trying to say as low and behold a person actually commented about the innuendo the marketing agency implied about the domain name and the pizza guy.

I have redacted the person’s name that made the comment.

So, although this competitor thought it was funny to take the p#ss out of a company. I quickly jumped on the bandwagon in the Pizza Companies’ defense.

I tried to point out if this was a photo of my business being circulated around social media and I had a questionable domain name (I am a domain broker so that would never happen but if it did) and people were laughing at me I would if I was in the Pizza guy’s shoes, sue the entity that started it.

Not being a lawyer (solicitor), I used the wrong words, I said I would sue the entity for defamation of character but what I should have said was “I would sue them for Libel”.

Yes, this article came with trolls, and everyone seemed to be on the side of the competitor, congratulating him for his publicity stunt and stupidity.

However, for the pizza guy, his pizza domain will be stuck in my head, not for his delicious pizzas (as I have never tried them) but for his poor choice of the domain name and the article I read.

The one troll said any lawyer wanting to take this case on would also be taking the p#ss. I stopped interacting after that, as I did not want to add any further fuel to the fire. I defused the situation.

So unbeknown to the entities in this article, I consult with lawyers (solicitors) as I happen to own a solicitor’s directory and forum which is for sale:

www.cardiffsolicitors.co.uk

(The Domain & Website Are For Sale Or Lease, along with www.conveyancingcardiff.co.uk and www.cardiffprobatesolicitors.co.uk).

What is libel and slander?

Headlines show us that celebrities and the rich and famous go through libel or slander lawsuits – however, it’s also a big problem for businesses and in the most extreme cases can damage a business’s reputation to the point where it can no longer continue trading.

So, what should a business do if it finds out that a third party is making libelous or slanderous statements about it?

The fundamental differences between libel and slander are when somebody makes a false or untrue statement or claim about an individual or an organization that harms their reputation or good standing, verbally or in writing.

Both cases are classed as defamation although there is an important difference between the two – libel concerns written or drawn statements, and photographs, whilst slander concerns verbal defamatory words.

Defamation is said to have occurred simply when a statement is made that lowers somebody’s opinion of your business as a result of hearing or reading it.

A brand that cannot afford a high-quality domain name may be questioned if they have enough finances for their business and the quality of the products or services they sell.

“Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room. – Jeff Bezos, Founder, Amazon.com

Defamation is notorious on social media as I have found out and can often take place where individuals and customers are able to express their feelings about your business.

As an example: Price Chopper in the US saw a tweet that was criticizing them. They saw that the individual who had tweeted was employed by a business who they had some sort of commercial relationship with. And although the tweet wasn’t related to that relationship, and was on a personal account, they complained to the employing company that the tweet could jeopardize the relationship between the two companies, and they requested that the employer take some action against the tweeter.

What my competitor failed to see is even though he is one of my first connections on LinkedIn I am never going to send business his way or recommend him, as who is to say that he could not or would not slander me or anyone I sent his way further down the line? He lost credibility and trustworthiness posting that article on LinkedIn.

Another Case of defamation: In Preece v JD Wetherspoon plc, a pub manager was verbally abused by certain customers. The manager posted on her Facebook account about the situation and criticized the customers. A relative saw the comments and complained to the company which subsequently dismissed the manager for gross misconduct. https://www.workspace.co.uk/content-hub/business-insight/analysis-how-social-media-can-damage-brands

If your business finds itself in the unfortunate dilemma of having a libelous or slanderous statement made about them they need to collect all the evidence to make the case solid. It is very important to quickly assess the situation and, if necessary, take decisive action.

In most cases, no action will be taken as there is not enough evidence and witnesses may be reluctant to get involved. People are likely to hear the statement and/or may not take the comments seriously or back your corner.

One has to weigh up the pros and cons and if it is worth the money, time, and heartache of suing someone that may not have two cents (pennies) to rub together?

Sometimes causing unnecessary publicity from the lawsuit could actually further damage a business’s reputation and in such circumstances drawing attention to itself may actually do more harm than good.

If you feel this is the route to go through, are adamant you have enough evidence, and can prove you have lost business or will lose business, then the next step is to find a lawyer (solicitor).

Sometimes lawsuits can be avoided, and incidents nipped in the bud and mended what is broken by doing extensive PR Campaigns to show the business in good light.

In the case of the pizza guy, the best plan of action would be to change his domain name. He does not necessarily need to rebrand just have an exact match of searchable keywords and phrases in his domain name without the letter SH#T in the URL.

For the marketing company disrespecting his brand name, I would have done this differently if I were them, I would have reached out to the pizza guy and told him what people have noticed and are saying and then offer some relatable domain names, rather than making a mockery of his brand for a few likes and follows. (Low Blow PR Stunt).

What the marketing company (competitor) did was give me an idea to write an article that relates to my three sites: UK Domain Brokers Site and also the Cardiff Solicitors Site as well as the Marketing Journal and it gave me the opportunity to contact the pizza guy myself with a couple of domain names and offer him some marketing...thank you.

Legal action can be costly and time-consuming and there is no guarantee that the outcome, hence if people are laughing about a brand name behind the owner’s back, someone needs to step in and defend them.

A pizza guy may be an expert in baking pizzas and may not have the knowledge of SEO and Marketing, so PR stunt or not I will not be giving this marketing company any work or recommendations.

What if I need to take legal action?

To make a claim against libel or slander you must start legal proceedings within 12 months of the defamatory statement being made otherwise you will be legally unable to take any action against the other party.

How can I avoid making libelous or slanderous statements myself?

The best course of action is like I said earlier putting your brain in gear before putting your mouth in motion and quite simply ‘think before you speak!’ Be extremely careful about making accusations about another party, especially if you cannot provide proof that what you are saying is true.

Never make innuendos such as the marketing company did, and highlighted the letters SH#T in the domain name. This implies the guy’s pizzas are inferior. Sometimes it is better to keep your opinions to yourself.

I have not shared the previous article written by my competitor purposely as I do not want to draw further attention to something that should have been avoided providing the person posting the article had one ounce of common sense, which in my opinion he did not.

Simply highlighting the letters SH#T in the domain name was disrespectful to the domain owner even though he could have chosen a better domain.

Who wins at the end of this? I do of course because I have secured two exact match domain names that will help the pizza guy with his marketing and advertising?

I wonder what the competitor’s clients would think if this was brought to their attention, after all, my competitor has his clients on his landing page and I am sure it would not look good for him if he was seen to be disrespecting another company.

When publicly speaking about a third party one needs to be careful not to say anything derogatory or offensive, because making statements can leave you open to being sued for defamation or libel.

It is much better to empower, support, and find solutions for businesses that may be experiencing issues with branding and domain names rather than criticizing and laughing at the expense of their errors, for your own gains”.

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5 Tips for Marketing Your Company as a Senior Entrepreneur

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Written By: Ted James.

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5 Tips for Marketing Your Company as a Senior Entrepreneur

You have more free time than ever before once you reach retirement. If you want to make the most of your golden years and earn some additional income, you can start a business as a senior entrepreneur. Learning how to market your business is crucial for success. Use these five tips from Cymru Marketing Journal to develop an effective advertising strategy for your startup.

1. Learn How to Network

As The Total Entrepreneurs explains, networking is a way to form working relationships with like-minded companies in your industry. It can help you draw in new customers and retain existing ones. Cultivating a business network allows you to cross-promote your products and services to grow your target audience. As a senior entrepreneur, it’s vital to find a network that enhances your startup and improves the return on investment of your marketing strategy.

2. Create a Dynamic Website

According to one study cited on sweor.com, 46 percent of people are more likely to buy products and services from companies that have appealing websites. This statistic shows that developing an attractive and user-friendly website is one of the most important aspects of marketing a business. Create an effective website that will draw traffic and leads by ensuring it meets the following criteria:

  • Has an attractive color scheme that is eye-catching but not distracting.
  • Features user-friendly navigation so that customers can quickly locate the information they need.
  • Provides all of the information clients need to make decisions about their purchases.
  • Contains relevant content that keeps users engaged with your company brand.

While you can save on web design by using a free website builder, hiring capable web design professionals is the way to go if you want a dynamic site for your business.

3. Develop High-Quality Content

An effective marketing campaign uses a variety of content types to draw awareness to your brand voice. While you can use any combination of content types, including email marketing, social media advertising, and print campaigns, you must ensure that each piece of content you produce is high-quality.

All of the content you publish should be relevant, informative, fresh, and engaging. Any piece of content that meets these criteria is likely to rank highly on search engines, which drives traffic to your website and increases sales. The quality of your content is often more important than the quantity you produce, so work on creating dynamic content if you want to make the most of your marketing strategy.

4. Harness the Power of Social Media

Social media is a powerful advertising tool that can reach a broad audience with minimal cost and effort. Expanding your company’s presence on popular social media platforms is a great way to promote your brand. Spend time exploring each platform you use so that you know how to leverage its power to grow your business.

Advertising on social media is also a low-cost way to get the word out about your products and services. To create a memorable Facebook ad, this tool creates Facebook ads. Choose a template and then add in your own text, images, fonts, and design elements.

5. Stay Aware of New Trends

Because technology is constantly evolving, new marketing trends emerge each year. You must be aware of these new tools and techniques if you want to stay relevant in the competitive business industry. One way to do this is by enrolling in an online business program. You’ll learn valuable knowledge that can help you pilot your startup successfully, and you’ll also have a better understanding of current marketing strategies. Any degree linked to business, including marketing and leadership courses, can be an asset.

Becoming a senior entrepreneur can be rewarding but poses a few unique challenges. Creating a strong marketing campaign is one task that many entrepreneurs struggle with, but if you use these tips, you can develop an advertising strategy that takes your startup to the next level.

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Affiliate Marketing Is A No Brainer.

Affiliate Marketing Is A No Brainer.

When choosing to go down the route of affiliate marketing you have two options, either you become an advertiser or a publisher.

The difference between a publisher and an advertiser is an advertiser might be a business, an app, mobile game, e-commerce platform, or a brand that wants to attract more custom and have a message they want people to see, a publisher on the other hand will either have advertising space such as a website, blog, social media page/group to display that advert. Or have an email list, a large network of connections, and may do content writing, where they will use their own marketing strategies to promote the campaign.

Publishers earn money by displaying ads, and the cost is usually based on the commission rates and how much traffic and conversions the publisher can generate. It is taboo to do direct advertising, it does not work. Furthermore, most advertisers prefer you not to go down this route but find a more indirect way of advertising. In order to drive traffic, the publisher should use the free options available to them before considering PPC advertising.

Affiliate marketing is a no-brainer because if you are someone that wants to monetize their website or blog, then offering your online space to companies in exchange for a commission is pretty simple to do and can earn you money.

However, if you are a business and want more sales and may not want to employ a marketing agency then becoming an advertiser you are essentially going to entice people that are interested in your brand /product(s) to advertise on your behalf in exchange for a commission.

This ultimately saves a ton of money paying marketing and advertising agencies monthly fees. In fact, some businesses actually employ people for this role, so imagine how much you will save paying an employee an hourly rate.

The name of the game is to save money, make money and get people to work for you without paying them a wage.

ADVERTISER.

To sign up as an advertiser or publisher just click the banner advert below:

(Get people to promote your products and services).

PUBLISHER.

As a publisher, you can choose adverts that are popular with the public. What is on everyone’s minds at the moment, well the rising cost of fuel prices of course, so you add this advertiser to your articles and advertising space.

Rising Costs Of Fuel Prices.

Special Occasions, Birthdays, and Anniversaries.

It is also coming up to Easter and what is going to be a family favorite… Easter Eggs?

As a publisher, you could also advertise High Ticket Affiliate Links such as the link below, all you need to do is click to register and start referring.

BullionVault

B2B and B2C Businesses.

If you are business orientated you want to advertise things relating to business as in the examples below:

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Note From The Editor.

There are many programs to join through Awin. Not all advertisers listed on this page are Awin, for example, BullionVault is an independent Affiliate Program.

There are plenty of niches that can complement your site for example if you are a photographer you could have a florist or wedding dressmaker/designer. If you are a restaurant you could advertise tickets to shows (Ticketmaster). If you are an electrician you could advertise lighting and the list goes on. Obviously, you won’t find every single advertiser on Awin but it’s worth trying them out. They do ask for a £5 sign-up fee but they refund it and it is seen in your balance which will be paid back when you reach your payout threshold.

This joining fee is pretty standard like other companies I have joined charge up to £15.00 but then again they have really big commissions so I am not complaining and you get your money back regardless.

You can really promote anything that takes your fancy but try to be consistent and not be a jack of all trades. If you have a blog relating to travel then promote airlines and hotels. Always match the adverts to your niche. For us, we are a marketing company and we market all industries so it will make sense to use adverts matching the categories we are promoting.

Further Reading:

https://respona.com/blog/best-affiliate-programs/

If you have any questions about affiliate marketing in general or high ticket affiliate programs, just drop us a line using the form below:

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Bullion Vault Affiliate Program

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Bullion Vault Affiliate Program.

Make extra money by referring BullionVault to your friends, family, and co-workers, or even implementing it into your business by adding banner ads to your sites and social media pages and links to your email autoresponders or email lists.

If your niche is beauty you may think about how will this program fit, well it won’t, but if you add the word advertisement just above or below the banner you would essentially be able to market this company.

BullionVault’s Referral Programme

BullionVault is one of the most trusted businesses on the web. You can participate and earn a no-nonsense 25% share of our gross commission (including mark-up and mark-down) by introducing gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and BullionVault.com to your friends or your own website’s visitors. It takes two minutes to set up and continues earning you respectable money for years.

When new customers are referred by you …

  • You get a full 25% share of commissions (including mark-up and mark-down)
  • You get further 6.25% share of commission (including mark-up and mark-down) on further new accounts referred in by those you introduced
  • You continue to generate commission income at the same rate on repeat business for a full 2 years from account creation – and many BullionVault customers deal repeatedly.
  • Your BullionVault account receives your commission instantly, with no complexities or delays

To help you benefit we provide you with …

  • a simple link which you can share with your friends or put anywhere on your social media page or website
  • banners, charts and widgets to embed on your site
  • an on-line statement with line by line credits for your commission earnings

How much can you earn?

By composing an email and sending it to his registered members our very first referrer earned $2,500 in his first month as a referrer. We have referrers from across the world generating revenue from the program.

This is because thousands of thoughtful and wealthy people all over the world are turning to gold, silver, platinum, and palladium – and to BullionVault – as a response to currency expansion running out of control. They are looking for a product you can now introduce them to.

“If there is an easier route to purchasing bullion I have not found it.” TH

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How To Monetise Your Domain Name Or Business.

How To Monetise Your Domain Name Or Your Business.

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Domain Name / Website Optimisation.

So you have a domain name and you have listed it on marketplaces and nothing is working. You have emailed prospective buyers, you have networked and even advertised, and nada…

But what if I showed you a way to make money from your domain whilst you waited to get a sale.

This strategy can be implemented in any niche.

It does not have to be domain names it could be any industry. You could simply be a startup waiting for a new client and you are wondering what to do next to get some money coming in. Your business could be slow and you are now researching what to do next to pay off your loans and credit cards and possibly even worried about the price hikes of petrol, gas, electricity, and food.

Here are the strategies you can use after I reveal what I do to make money whilst you sleep.

The secret is cookies (not the edible kind) and here I will explain my method. As you may know, I have many websites and am implementing this across my SEO Link Wheel, but one website will do.

Firstly you need to have a decent amount of people that you can network with. Building an email list takes time. If you have many followers on your Facebook Page you could start there but I would try to exhaust all avenues.

Don’t worry if you don’t have a large following, you may be generating a lot of traffic each month to your website so you could integrate banner ads on your homepage and in the footer of your site.

You can also explore classified ads and PPC advertising. If you need some help with this just send us an email at hello@cymrumarketing.com

Now my sites are targeted at business owners and I do try and write content regularly to boost my traffic. However, in one of my niches (Domain Sales and Acquisitions), some of the domains on my books owned by domain investors are not high quality do not have equity, and may get traffic but no sales. What I try and do in these cases is write articles about the keywords in the domains, but that does not really help to bring food to the table. Hence I have devised a strategy to not only optimize (SEO) my articles but add High Ticket Affiliate Links. Why waste your time with low-cost commissions when you get to earn big bucks for the same amount of time and effort.

Now what I am about to share with you, you can integrate into your email signatures, autoresponders, using an affiliate link, or add custom HTML code banner ads to your websites, social media pages, and articles.

About BullionVault.

About BullionVault.

Affiliate Partner.

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The affiliate partner I have chosen not only will help people to save money but if they want to make money on a side hustle or boost their income, you could be a referrer and help them whilst also making a commission. It is no good to advertise to people that may not be interested in your affiliate program. you need to target people and perhaps encourage them to invest in Gold Bullion and tell them by signing up they get free silver bullion. Who doesn’t want something for nothing?

Signing Up – You get a Gift.

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What is even more exciting is by using the following referral link you will get:

  • 1/8 oz (4g) of silver bullion.
  • €1 and $1 and £1. However if you register from Japan you will get ¥100 instead of the £1.

You may use them and immediately sell and buy silver on the BullionVault dashboard. If you use the order skilfully you can accumulate a growing balance, by putting some money aside each month or by earning commissions.

You’ll find you can use several of the vaults and all the currencies. You’ll be trading live and just like any normal BullionVault account, only smaller, without risk.

BullionVault’s Referral Programme.

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BullionVault is one of the most trusted businesses on the web. You can participate and earn a no-nonsense 25% share of our gross commission (including mark-up and mark-down) by introducing gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and BullionVault.com to your friends or your own website’s visitors. It takes two minutes to set up and continues earning you respectable money for years.

When new customers are referred by you …

  • You get a full 25% share of commissions (including mark-up and mark-down)
  • You get further 6.25% share of commission (including mark-up and mark-down) on further new accounts referred in by those you introduced
  • You continue to generate commission income at the same rate on repeat business for a full 2 years from account creation – and many BullionVault customers deal repeatedly.
  • Your BullionVault account receives your commission instantly, with no complexities or delays.

To help you benefit we provide you with …

  • a simple link which you can share with your friends or put anywhere on your social media page or website.
  • banners, charts and widgets to embed on your site.
  • an on-line statement with line by line credits for your commission earnings.

How much can you earn?

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By composing an email and sending it to his registered members our very first referrer earned $2,500 in his first month as a referrer. Bullion Vault has referrers from across the world generating revenue from the program. This is because thousands of astute people in this world are either wanting to make investments or make a lot of money from affiliate marketing.

There are also a lot of wealthy people turning to gold, silver, platinum, and palladium – and to BullionVault – as a response to currency expansion running out of control. They are looking for a product you can now introduce them to.

Testimonials.

“If there is an easier route to purchasing bullion I have not found it.” TH

“Love the service and the site. Actually, your whole business model is a good one and like many excellent ideas are simple and just leaves me wondering why it hasn’t been done before.” RK

“It’s an absolutely incredibly good service/website, from everything to presentation, ease of use and security its very clear and a pleasure to use.” BR

How it works.

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Becoming an affiliate is simple. First go to www.bullionvault.com and Register, so that you have a BullionVault account. Please note that you will need to validate your BullionVault account to withdraw any proceeds.

Your referral link to BullionVault then takes the form:

https://www.bullionvaultaffiliate.com/GOLDENDOMAIN/en

MY ID: “GOLDENDOMAIN”

Please remember to change MYUSERNAME to the BullionVault username you chose when registering.

You may notice that the URL string returned by clicking on the referral link is long. Please be reassured that your referral details will be captured in our database.

The html code you need to add to your website is:

<a href=”https://www.bullionvaultaffiliate.com/MYUSERNAME/en”>BullionVault</a>

Please note that the above referral URL structure is the only way referrers can link to BullionVault. If you use any other URL structure then you will not receive any commission.

If you are looking to refer only one or two friends, another way we can record your referrals is on the BullionVault registration page in our marketing drop-down called “How did you first find BullionVault?”

In the drop-down is a field called “Referred by” which allows your friend to enter your BullionVault username (GOLDENDOMAIN) in the “Please enter the username” box.

If you have any questions or would like more information regarding the BullionVault Referral Programme or any other marketing query please contact us at hello@cymrumarketing.com

Example: Banner advert

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If you would like to add a banner to your website, the html code you need to use is:

<a href=”https://www.bullionvaultaffiliate.com/MYUSERNAME/en”><img src=”https://banners.bullionvault.com/en/BV_468x60_v1.gif” title=”BullionVault” alt=”BullionVault” border=”0″ width=”468″ height=”60″></a>

Please remember again to change MYUSERNAME to the BullionVault username you chose when registering.

You can choose an alternative banner image from their banner catalogue.

Ways to refer.

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Use your referral links and banners on your site, blogs, emails, message boards, personal social media pages, etc.

NB: If you use email please refrain from spamming.

You can also display the latest gold or silver buy and sell prices via our live price widgets. There are 4 banner sizes to choose from and you can include your referral id in the code.

You may also like to consider embedding BullionVault’s customizable gold and silver price chart on your website. You have two versions to choose from and both allow you to include your referral id in the code.

If you have any questions or would like more information regarding the BullionVault Referral Programme or any other marketing query please contact us at hello@cymrumarketing.com

Tracking your earnings.

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You can track your referral program earnings online, by logging in and selecting HISTORY > REFERRALS.

From there you’ll see how many new accounts you’ve referred and how many of those have been funded. As soon as your first referred customer makes a deposit, you’ll see a breakdown of how much business you’ve generated and how much commission you’ve earned so far.

Commission shares are passed to you the instant your referred customers trade, so you’ll also see your earnings reflected in your account balance and online statement. Please note that you will need to validate your BullionVault account to withdraw any proceeds.

Terms and Conditions.

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  • Referal commission relates to vaulted traded gold, silver, platinum and palladium products only. Coin and bar sales are excluded from referral commission.
  • You are entitled to receive commission at the stated rates (25% of BullionVault’s gross commission including mark-up and mark-down) where you are responsible for introducing a BullionVault customer via an appropriate link – according to the procedures of the referral program.
  • You are entitled to receive commission at the stated rates (6.25% of BullionVault’s gross commission including mark-up and mark-down) where a new BullionVault customer was referred by someone you referred – according to the procedures of the programme.
  • You will generate commission share for a period of 2 years. The two-year period will start on the account creation date of the referred customer.
  • You understand that a prospective user coming to BullionVault via your referral link may not register an account during that visit. In order to track these prospects, BullionVault will seek to place a 2-month cookie on their computer system, identifying you as the referrer.
  • You understand that this can only happen where (i) the prospect chooses to accept our cookies and cookie policy (ii) it is allowed by their browser settings, and (iii) no pre-existing equivalent cookie referencing another referrer would be replaced.
  • You accept that the existence of a pre-existing cookie will cause that referrer to benefit by commission sharing instead of you. You acknowledge that you understand that sometimes you will benefit from this policy – where you are in fact the first referrer – and sometimes you will lose out – where you are a second or subsequent referrer.
  • You acknowledge that the expiry of the cookie on a referred customer’s machine within two months of the referral during which time the prospect has neither registered nor visited the BullionVault site causes the cookie containing your referrer id to be expunged.
  • You acknowledge that housekeeping utilities in use by the visitor may cause the cookie to be expunged before the time period is up, and that in this event BullionVault is not expected to identify you as the first referrer.
  • Only referrers using the prescribed referral URL structure as detailed above will generate commission. Any referrer linking to BullionVault using an incorrect URL structure after 31st March 2015 will have their commission halted and account frozen until they switch to the prescribed referral URL.
  • Existing BullionVault customers whose details are already held on the BullionVault database will not be included in the commission share if they open a new account via your referral links.
  • You acknowledge that while your account will be credited immediately when you start earning commissions you will need to validate your BullionVault account in line with existing BullionVault customer terms and conditions.
  • If you have not validated your account within 8 weeks of starting to earn commissions we will begin charging you a late validation penalty fee of $30 per month until your account is validated.
  • If you have not validated your account within 1 year of the date you started to earn commission, we reserve the right to reclaim any referral commission.
  • You accept that we will charge your account a wire or equivalent banking fee when you withdraw your commissions to your validated bank account.
  • You will not refer your own accounts or those of your spouse. You understand that where doubt exists BullionVault may prevent withdrawal of referral earnings until a reasonable number of accounts have been referred and funded.
  • All material offered for your use remains copyright of BullionVault/Galmarley Ltd. By reproducing it in any way — whether by email, website, print or any other medium, and including substantive amendments — you hereby agree to use this material solely for promoting BullionVault alone.
  • Your websites will not contain any material which is defamatory, violent, pornographic, unlawful, threatening, obscene or racially, ethnically, or otherwise discriminatory or in breach of any third-party rights and shall not link to any such material. Infringement will result in the loss of all referral income.
  • You will at all times conduct yourself with all due skill, care and diligence, including Good Industry Practice, and in accordance with your own established procedures and all applicable laws, enactments, orders, regulations and other similar instrument.
  • BullionVault will not tolerate any abuse in its name of international “anti-spam” regulations. Infringement will result in the loss of all referral income, howsoever generated. In promoting BullionVault by email, you hereby accept liability for ensuring your lists are up-to-date, “opt in” only, and fully compliant with your local data protection legislation.
  • You will not register any domain names or register keywords, search terms or other identifiers for use in any search engine, social media network, portal, sponsored advertising service or other search or referral service or include meta tag keywords on their website that incorporate terms which are identical to, similar to or could be reasonably confused with BullionVault services and/or Website, trademarks (or other trademarks owned by BullionVault) and you will at all times comply with such guidelines for the use of BullionVault’s services and website and trademarks as may be issued from time to time. You may be contacted by BullionVault to change the referral tracking links you are using and associated html code. You will have 45 days to action this request. If any of the above actions are undertaken we will halt your commission and freeze your account.
  • If your BullionVault account is closed you will cease to earn any referral commission from the users you have referred that are linked to your account.
  • These are BullionVault’s Referral Programme Terms and Conditions as of 22nd May 2019. These terms and conditions are subject to change with 30 days notice to active referrers.
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