Facebook ads are the typically way ecommerce companies grow their sales, but there must be another way to get sales without needing an ad budget, right? Neil Patel will explain 3 main ways to leverage social media to generate more sales. It doesn't matter if you can't spend money on advertising, or even if you don't have many social followers, Neil will break down exactly what to do step-by-step.
Tip 1: Selling through stories - I will teach people who to generate sales through stories. It's a very unique approach that few people use.
Tip 2: How to sell by going live - it works for QVC, and it will work for you too.
Tip 3: How to leverage influencers - even if you can't pay them, you can still generate sales through them.
About the Speaker:
A leading expert in all things digital marketing, Neil Patel is the CMO and co-Founder of NP Digital, a digital marketing agency serving publicly traded companies, as well as small businesses and start-ups. His clients include: Facebook, Google, Adobe, Microsoft, Airbnb, eBay, intuit, Western Union and many others. Patel was named a top influencer on the web by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes named him one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine said he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. Neil was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations. Patel has been interviewed by WSJ, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Inc. CNN, VICE, The Street and CNBC.
7 Stocks That Could Benefit From a Capital Gains Tax Hike
One thing every investor needs to learn is the effect of capital gains on their investments. Every time an investor sells a stock that has appreciated in value, that capital gain is subject to being taxed. Stocks that are held for less than a year pay a short-term capital gains tax rate. Stocks that are held for over a year pay a long-term capital gains tax rate.
In general, a capital gains tax hike is a bearish indicator for stocks. However, there are a couple of strategies that can help investors avoid some of the tax hit. One strategy is to keep your investments in an individual retirement account (IRA) or 401(k). However many higher-income earners want to have more access to the funds in their brokerage accounts.
A sound strategy for these investors involves buying dividend stocks. Dividend income is also taxed (unless it is reinvested), but typically when the capital gains tax rate is raised, the dividend income rate stays the same. This makes dividend stocks more attractive.
Investing in dividend stocks is never a bad idea, but at times when the capital gains tax rate is favorable, growth stocks provide a better reward for investor capital. But when long-term capital gains tax rates go up, those gains can get expensive.
In this special presentation, we’ll give you seven stocks that have a nice dividend yield and a strong story to go along with them.
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