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In this Killer Content Review

In this Killer Content Review I would like to focus on one specific and very powerful feature the product is equipped with, and that is the 980 niches it directly supports.

Socrates Socratous has been an innovator in Internet marketing for years and if he has spent over 18 months developing a product, you know it is a complete solution.

Selecting the right niche is the most important part of a marketing campaign and people either put too much thought into or not enough. Unfortunately the latter is more common.

Killer Content is definitely the right name for this product because they have an insane amount of content right your fingertips (over 150,000 articles). With this much content, leave it to Socrates to take something as potentially frustrating finding content for your niche and making it a simple click of a mouse. This is proof that experience does count.

All this content is categorized into 980 distinct niches with that number changing daily, not only being added too, but being modified as trends change. Killer Content is not a static product that will ever be finished. It is a living monster that is lurking behind the scenes and adapting to every change in the Internet environment.

Having over 980 niches available at the click of a button was just not quite impressive enough for this Socrates Socratous character though. All of the content within each niche is even searchable by keyword. If your niche would benefit from content with, let’s say “party balloon”, one click later and you have thousands of articles in your specific niche with your specific keyword to choose from.

Everyone always says to act now because space is limited, but with Killer Content space really is limited. The dynamics of Internet marketing have changed and Killer Content will become the industry standard without a doubt.

I strongly suggest, no I urge you to look at this product now. If you miss out on this opportunity you will be paying a freelancer to use their Killer Content account to do the work for you, and that would be a shame.

You Want To Market Your Business, But Do You Have The Time?

Well, do you? If not, how do you have time to run a profitable business? By profitable, I am not just talking about money. I also include time to do what you want in profitability. Time is money right?

I am going to give you golden nuggets of time management wisdom that I personally use in my direct response copywriting business. To qualify that these actually work…I utilize all of these methods personally, and I "work" no more than 4 hours a day! Use them in your business today!

1) The foundation is your desk. How clean and organized is your desk? Do you adopt the principle of "use it, file it, or throw it away" with every single item that comes across your desk? You either use information (paper, email, whatever), file information (only if you have TIME STAMPED when you are going to use it), or throw it away completely! Some items are just not important enough to waste valuable time on.

2) Magazines, do you read them? Really, do you? Or, like I used to, do you let them stack up in a pile…hoping to get to them someday. When you finally do, they are outdated…or you manage to read a small part of a magazine, then throw it back on the pile you created. Here is the secret: Use the table of contents! Find those articles you like right away, and rip or cut them out of the magazine! Then, read now, or file the article in a folder for that magazine subject or title. It is much easier to read the articles you are interested in only…and it makes sense.

3) Do you find yourself listening to audio recordings? If so, a real timesaver is to listen to the recording at double speed (2x). In 99% of the cases, you can still understand what is being said, and it doubles your efficiency in getting information. This cuts your listening time in half!

4) How organized is your office? No really, I mean it. Is your office chair in easy reach of filing cabinets, supplies, and other necessary items without having to get up? Getting up and down for a few seconds each time adds up quickly…this technique alone can save you an hour a day! What can you do with an extra 60 minutes? Perhaps take lunch?

5) How do you process "interruptions?" Do you end up checking a blank email box 20 times a day, or check it three times at specific times of the day? Do you schedule phone calls, or do you pick up the phone and answer it every time Aunt Mable calls? How you handle your incoming activities (phone, email, people visiting etc…) can seriously take away from your valuable time! Remember one idea here…NOBODY AND NOTHING controls your time except YOU! It is a conscious decision that you make to take a phone call or send another email…attend a meeting…or any other time suckers.

Please don't take it out on other people when "you don't have enough time." It is YOU that made that decision in the first place.