There are several ways to set up a campaign module but some are more effective than others. In order to be able to set up a successful campaign module some research needs to be done and then the appropriate choices can be made. Making an informed choice can make the difference between setting up a successful campaign and setting up one that is doomed to fail.
The Ins and Outs
Having a long term strategy of building up good quality inbound traffic or links will ensure the best results for the site. It is also ensures the intended target audience is reached.
Details like numbers, search engine names; search engine URL, link pages by category where the site can be linked to, a submission page design, the logged date of submission, and any other dates added and any possible submission comments should be included in a data collection spread sheet.
In the submissions tab the following categories should be clearly addressed and stated. Website name, a short description in a limited amount of words yet still vibrant enough to be attention grabbing, and sometimes but quite rarely, long descriptions may be necessary to be included because of the nature of the information being conveyed.
An anchor text may also be used which can be listed in the link. Keywords should also be carefully selected and listed and finally the name and email address (for tracking purposes) should be clearly displayed.
An important point to note is that the writing style used should not consist of too much promotional language as this is often the reason most directories will not accept submissions of this kind. Also to be noted is that using a repeated amount of mentions of the website name will also cause the directories to reject the campaign submission.
Don’t Use Home Equity To Pay Off Debt
The new an ongoing trend now encouraged by most financial planners is to use the home equity option to manage one’s debts. This is purported to be very helpful in ensure the debt is managed well. Unfortunately upon closer understanding of the whole process involved it has been found that this method of debt control may not be as effective or beneficial as first touted to be.
What Not To Do
The more discerning group would definitely advise against using home equity to help pay of any debts especially if it predominantly involves the clearing of outstanding credit cards debts.
In the practical sense it would mean that the individual is giving away the rights of control over the said home equity should a default occur on the clearing or minimum payment on the said debt.
This effectively gives the bank the option of using the home as payment in lieu of a default and thus leaving the individual without a home or any option of stopping the said seizure.
Ordinarily the banks would resort to going to court to get a judgment against the individual who had defaulted on the minimum or any other kinds of payments.
However if the debts has been tagged to the home equity program as a option for debt control then the bank would immediately start the reclamation process leaving the individual without any action for recourse.
There are some who of the opinion that if the said debt is manageable and the individual if assured of being able to service the necessary payments without any “hiccups” then using the home equity option is an acceptable risk to take. However the individual must be absolutely sure that the percentage or possibility of default is zero otherwise using this option without being totally well informed of the possible repercussions is unfortunate to say the least.