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Not Getting Clicks?

Published on 9/10/2018
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Not Getting Clicks?  

An Original IBO Press Release by George Pierce

In my last IBO Press Release, I promised that I would share how to create images such as those below.  You can use these images for sliders, landing pages, squeeze pages, banners, ads, and more. They can also be used to replace your headline and subheadline.  Images can help you to get clicks. (click-throughs).  You are to discover how.

In part one of this post, you will be learning about the physical image creation.  Part two is the real meat and potatoes because you will be learning about how copywriting, sales triggers, emotions, the five senses, needs, and more bring about those all-important clicks! 

Part one is about making your images clickable and part two is about getting folks to click them.  What you are about to discover is simple, fun, yet serious stuff because it works. 

retore your joy of living
Made with PrintMaster - paid software. 

The physical part of creating these kinds of images is simple and easy and very quick. 

There are plenty of tools that you can use and many are free.  You should have Paint already installed on your computer.  Type Paint into your computer's search box and it should show up. if not, download it free.  Canva is one of my favorite online tools, but the free version is limited.  GIMP is free downloadable software that will do just about anything, but it takes time to learn. 

work form
Made with Canva 2.0 - free online software.

work from
                home enjoy life
Made with Paint

When you embed a link into your will be linking the whole image.  Adding a button is superfluous, but it gets more clicks...people are in the habit of clicking on buttons. In other words, button or not, your entire image is clickable. 

How to insert a link/ embed a link in an image / how to make an image clickable:

  Using an HTML editor:

Left click on the image.  Click on 'Image and Link Properties', Click on the 'Link' tab.

embed link

Insert your link.  Click OK.  Your image, when clicked, will now bring your visitors to that link. 

There is one more step that you need to know about.  In some cases, such as embedding a link in an image on IBO, you may want your link to open in a new window rather than the same window.  You can add   target="_blank" in your HTML after the link that you just inserted


embed link              in image

BEFORE you hit OK, click on the 'Link Advanced Edit' and then the 'Attribute' drop down and click on 'target'. then click on the 'Value' drop down and click on   '_blank'.  Now hit OK and OK. 

Now, when someone clicks on the image, your inserted URL will open in a new window.    FYI: use the 'Link Advanced Edit' and the same drop downs when embedding a link in text that you want to open in a new window.

When in doubt about opening in a new window, choose open in a new window.

  Using a slider: (how to embed a link into a slider image)

Open your slider edit:

slider images
              to edit   

==> Click On Edit Slide of the image you want to embed. then at the bottom...

embed link
                in slider image

click on Another Page to link to a page on your site or click on External URL for an external page.

If you choose 'Another Page', then click on 'Choose Page' and then on the page you want (once your site menu appears), then click Save and 'Publish'.  You have embedded a link in your slider image.

This is where you might feel that you are done, but there is more!  In part two, you are going to learn how to get your visitors to take action

On the Internet, action usually means clicks, getting your visitor to click on those links.

If traffic, clicks, and/or sales are weak or non-existent, part two is exactly what you have been looking for.....hmmm...we'll be analyzing this sentence and more on part two.

Click here for the meat and potatoes in part two!

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This IBO Press Release is brought to you by
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which is my newest site.  The name tells all. 

I am thrilled and excited and already have a sign-up thanks to on-site SEO.  On-site SEO training is included in the Affiliate Marketing section (see more in part two).

The site is only a couple of days old.  My home pages, landing pages, site page, etc. are all under construction and so is the member center.  The forum and blog do not even exist yet.  My email campaign has one email, in other words, my site is a disaster! 

Last night after working on the IMT sites, I hit Publish, out of habit, rather than save as draft.  That means my new site is online. 

I can use a simple redirect to a construction page, but I am going to leave it online and build like crazy.  I'll still make sure the content is worthy. 

The good news is that, due to this build, I have so much new Internet Marketing information that I will be sharing at IBO as soon as I can. 

Thank you for reading, my friends, I wish you much success.
PS.  In my opinion, you and I often get only half of the story when it comes to Internet Marketing.   Unless we get the other half....continued on part here for the rest.

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