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How to Make Use of the Floating Action Button to Do Some Amazing Things

On this page, I'm going to show you how you can use a new program called Floating Action Button to create all sorts of amazing effects to dazzle your website visitors and get them to take action. It only costs $27.00 and can do so much. Just look at all the ways I'm now using Floating Action Buttons on my websites!

Note that these floating action items (as you'll see, you can do much more than create buttons!) can be placed in the top, middle, or bottom of any page, either on the left, in the center, or on the right. This placement allows you to coordinate the floating button with your webpage design. Notice how the floating action item follows along as you scroll down or across the page. Viewers always have the option to close the button.


Advertising Ads (middle right): http://www.bookmarket.com/advertising.htm. If you sell display ads on your website like I do, you can now offer floating ads that stay in front of their potential customers for the entire scan of a page. This is especially valuable for long content pages.

Advertising Ads II (bottom center): http://www.bookmarket.com/advertising2.htm. If you sell display ads on your website like I do, you can now offer floating ads that stay in front of their potential customers for the entire scan of a page. This is especially valuable for long content pages.

Affiliate Display Ads (top right): http://www.bookmarket.com/12.htm. An optional way to display ads that you are an affiliate for.

Book Cover with a buy now button (top right): http://www.bookmarket.com/1001ways.htm. Reminds people about your book and that you would like them to buy it.

Buy Now Button (middle left): http://www.tenmillioneyeballs.com. This is the classic implementation of the Floating Action Button and the key reason this script was created. It allows people to act no matter where they are on your sales page.

Consulting Photo (middle center): http://www.bookmarket.com/groupblogs.htm. Perhaps a little intrusive in the center. You might want to put it to the side, but note that the view can always close the box very easily with just one click.

Display Ad that gets attention (bottom left): http://www.collegedropoutshalloffame.com/d.htm.

Email Newsletter Subscription Form that gets attention (bottom center): http://www.bookmarket.com. This is a key implementation of this script, since getting newsletter subscribers is a key to any follow-up you do.

Google Ads (middle right): http://www.bookmarket.com/ondemand.htm. This version is the long tall format placed on the side. Here's a way to keep your Google ads directly in front of visitors and, thus, get more clickthroughs to earn extra income.

Google Ads II (bottom right): http://www.bookmarket.com/videosharing-jk.htm. This version is the short wide format placed on the side. Here's a way to keep your Google ads directly in front of visitors and, thus, get more clickthroughs to earn extra income.

Index for email newsletter, scrollable (bottom right): http://www.bookmarket.com/nytbests.htm. This is a scrollable index of the past ten issues and counting of my weekly ezine: John Kremer's Book Marketing Tip of the Week. It also has a link to the complete index for the past three years.

Menu Bar that floats (top right): http://www.bookmarket.com/if3.htm. This is the feature I probably like best in terms of being a really handy tool independent of selling something.

News Feed provided by Moreover.com, scrollable (bottom right): http://www.bookmarket.com/debutnovels.htm.

News Feed II using a widget covering news, blogs, videos, and podcasts (bottom right): http://www.bookmarket.com/angels.htm. Note: This video marketing news widget doesn't pick up the relevant news as well as I'd like.

Poll using Twtpoll (middle right): http://www.bookmarket.com/blogging.htm.

Text Ad floating without border, includes an order button (middle right): http://www.bookmarket.com/bookassn.htm.

Text Ad II floating with border, no order button, but a link (bottom left): http://www.bookmarket.com/videosharing-z.htm.

Text Ad III floating with border, no order button, but a link (bottom right): As seen on this page.

Video (middle center): http://www.bookmarket.com/eproducts.htm. Use videos to welcome people to your site, send a special sales message, point out something useful on that particular page, etc. Very handy way to get the video out front so people notice it.

Widget (bottom right): http://www.bookmarket.com/twitter.htm. I like putting this widget on the page in this way. It doesn't take up extra room on the page and yet lets people see some valuable information.

Please note that John Merrick and Soren Jordansen, the developers of the Floating Action Buttons now sell this easy-to-use web-based program for only $27.00, but they say they could raise the price at any time, and I believe them because of all it can do. So, if you want this program at its current low price, you better act quickly. This isn't sales hype. I really believe they can and will raise the price soon.


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