Claire Jarrett – AdWords Consultant & Trainer
names.co.uk are proud to present a FREE Training Session with top ranked AdWords Trainer, Claire Jarrett on Tuesday 4th June 2013 at 7.30pm. The seminar is entitled ‘How to turn Google AdWords into a source of red hot web leads… and double your return from Adwords!’ and you can sign up now!
The webinar will cover:
- The most common mistakes made by small business owners in their AdWords account and how to fix and avoid them.
- How to identify where the business is leaking cash and the one essential thing you MUST do every week in your Adwords account to stop it happening.
- The Four Weird Little Tips that show you how to create great AdWords adverts that convert, plus insider secrets of how to set up an AdWords account that generates leads all the time.
At names.co.uk we have simple linking tools to meet your advertising needs and help you monetise your web site; whether you are a large network, content site or blogger.
How does it work?
Visitors to your site click through to www.names.co.uk using trackable links that we supply. If they’re new to names.co.uk and successfully buy any of our products/services within 90 days you will be rewarded – up to £90 per new customer!
With dedicated support from the award winning Affiliate Window and our in-house affiliate team you’ll be onto a winner. You’ll get an affiliate resource area packed with campaign ideas, banners, creatives, articles and email templates.
How do I join? – It’s FREE to join
It’s easy! Our affiliate programme is run through Affiliate Window:
If you are already a member of Affiliate Window, just use your e-mail address and password to apply for names.co.uk affiliate programme: ID 897
Katherine King – UK Channel Manager, Skrill
So you’ve come up with a great idea for an online business, put together your business plan with blood, sweat and tears, spent time and effort designing your website…now you need your customers to be able to buy from your website. As a small retail business operating online, the checkout process and payment system you implement is a hugely important part of your service to customers. The choice you make will impact their experience, conversion rates and your own revenues.
With Ecommerce packages like those offered by names.co.uk, it’s easy to implement a payment system that ensures customers enjoy a smooth shopping experience and seamless checkout process, as well as giving you the security and reliability that you need from the payment provider that is processing your money. With a huge range of online payment providers out there, how do you go about choosing the best fit for your business and your customers? Here are a few things you need to consider when selecting an online payment provider.
Have you taken advantage of our great offer yet? Don’t forget you can still save up to £240 on annual Ecommerce plans and follow in the successful footsteps of Paris Nolan, creator of demoneyez.com by opening your very own online shop! As promised, this week, you get to meet two more names.co.uk employees who have been trying out demoneyez for themselves! Check out the results:
I’m a Visual Designer and my main responsibilities include the advertising design for names.co.uk. This can include design for the main website, email marketing or magazine ads. I work on creative for both print and the web which I enjoy.
Outside of work, I Iove anything to do with travel and culture. I’ve recently certified with my PADI license (scuba diving) whilst I was over in Malaysia which I’m looking forward to putting to use!
The names.co.uk team enjoyed a weekend of sunshine at Thruxton, supporting Paul Rivett in the UK Clio Cup Championship – unfortunately things didn’t go quite to plan for the Championship leader!
After a successful weekend at Donington Park last month, Paul struggled during Saturday’s qualifying and managed P13 for both races on the tricky Thruxton circuit. During Round 5, Paul managed to make it up to an impressive 4th place; he also managed to pick up 2 points for the fastest lap on the way. A great result!
The second race of the weekend was a tougher test for Rivett, eventually making it up to 9th place. We caught up with him after the race to get his thoughts, “I struggled to make as much progress in the first half of the race (compared to Round 5). It took a while to get past Alex Morgan, who had also qualified out of place. Once I got round him we then managed to pick off a few more places to eventually finish 9th – when you start at the back of the grid there is so much more to do”.