Most site owners think the first element to site success is a great theme. That’s a myth. I can show you several million dollar earns with crap themes. What constitutes site success seems to allude way to many folks, despite the blogosphere being full of helpful advice. In this post I’ll tell you the same three things I tell all of my training clients. In fact, I don’t even accept perspective clients into the Scratch to Published program until they demonstrate they understand the first two core principles of success.
Email marketing is hotter than ever. “The money is in the list” is on the lips of every successful guru giving free advice. But, your newsletter is not the only worthwhile subscription service on your site. And, all of your offers don’t have to be delivered via email. Read on to discover what other subscriptions you can easily offer and promote and why you should to ensure your name stays in front of your audience.
There are major changes happening at BlogAid. As the site and business continue to grow, I’ve decided to begin outsourcing some tasks. As a soloprenuer, you may feel that it’s all up to you. I did too for many years. But, I’ve come to realize the value of outsourcing to qualified professionals so that I can continue to focus on the tasks that only I can do. See what led to this decision and why outsourcing may be in your near future too.
Work smarter not harder by leveraging the power of online/email alerts which will help you build relationships without creating an insane amount of new work.
Having a website is one thing. Having a successful site is another. If you’ve had a site online for at least year, you should be seeing progress toward success. If your results have been dismal, you’ll want to know what the problem is. Read on to find out how to measure success on your site and how to fix what’s not working.
The Nashville area is fortunate to have several active WordPress and Internet marketing MeetUp groups including a Nashville SEO group hosted by Ross Jones, owner of 2TheTopDesign.In the April meeting Ross shared how he made $150,000 by including Google Adsense on one of his sites. Let me share with you what I learned from Ross’ nine years with his income-generating site, including how to get a high click-through rate and avoid getting banned.
One of the best compliments you can receive as an online marketer is, “I see you everywhere!” There are tricks to creating a consistent presence online and that directly impacts your branding. See how to use your WordPress User Profile and third-party platforms to begin to show up everywhere the same online.
[FreeStar] It’s hard to imagine for a lot of people, but giving something of value for free is a great way to earn money. See how a free report can be one of the best marketing resources you could ever create.