Content always the King,
to make you much money, right?
So now you have to start getting content- either written content or videos.
To do this, you have 2 options:
1) Research your topic and make the content yourself (this requires time)
2) Outsource it to someone else (this requires $$$)
Neither option is “better”, but it just depends on if you have money or time to invest. Most marketers have more time than money, so they create the content themselves.
Unless you know the topic really well, you’ll probably have to do research. To do this, I recommend 2 things:
2) Your local library
That’s pretty much all you need. Realize that you won’t be copying other people’s
work and ideas, but you can learn a LOT from them just with a few searches in Google.
Now you just have to get that content into written form. Make sure that you use paragraphs, spell check, and easy to read. Most people have the reading level of a7th grader, so keep that in mind before you use big words.
The keyword that you chose to target in the last step will be used in your article multiple times:
•Heading tags (H1, H2, H3)
•Bolded, italicized, and underlined
•Tags of the WordPress post/page
You don’t want your main keyword to be all over the place, but enough times that Google knows what your topic is about. Does that make sense?
You can also choose to create video, but the best thing to do is to create a combination of written and video content.
world’s largest online auction site. Here, you can sell or buy almost anything from new and used DVD’, clothing, and video games to rare antique, hard to find items. It is literally a worldwide bazaar of amazing items and full of surprises.
Some things can sell for as little as a penny, while others have the potential to go up to thousands of dollars. If you are trying to get rid of some things you no
longer want or use, then Ebay is the place to go. You can not only clean out that spare closet, you can also get paid to sell the things that you no longer want but may be a treasure and a coveted item to someone else.
Some people prefer to use Ebay as a place to buy new things at a discounted price, but others are looking for inexpensive clothing, used books, and vintage items. As an Ebay seller, you want to provide your customers with something they will enjoy and appreciate. Be sure to be descriptive in your listings so that the buyer knows exactly what they are getting. If a used item has any flaws, mention that in your listing and feature a close up photo of the flaw or imperfection if possible.
As a seller you can scour flea markets and thrift stores for hard to find items. The things that are rare and unique often sell for the most money. Another technique is to buy items in bulk at a discount and then sell them on Ebay. For example, non-prescription painkillers that are expensive at the store may be found somewhere at a good discount, and then resold on Ebay for a profit.
Registration is simple however it does require that you provide a valid credit card or bank account. This is to protect both you and your Ebay buyers from fraud. Once you’re set up, the process to sell items is easy. Just take a picture of the things you’re selling, fill out a simple form and upload your item’s photo. Voila! You’ve created an auction listing where thousands of people have the potential to view it.
Choose between 3-10 days to keep your item up for auction, then sit back and watch the bids roll in. You can also opt to sign up for Paypal, an online electronic payment service that allows buyers to pay using their bank account, and then you can deposit them into your bank account quickly. Ebay charges a standard listing fee as well as final value fees, but you’re only billed once a month and it’s a fraction of the total profits you will make on a sold item.
Get started today by signing up for ebay – www.ebay.com .
Luckily you don’t have to convince Barnes and Noble to put your book on a prominent shelf. You have the Internet at your disposal, and the Internet is the place where ebooks are purchased 99 percent of the time.
Here some tips for publishing your first ebook
Get a presence on the web
First things first. You’ll need some web space for your book. You can either pay a host or you can get free hosting service.
You can purchase a domain name to match the title of your ebook or the name of your business easily through any number of services.
Designing your page
Next, you’ll want to get your page set up. You can hire this out – there are literally thousands of web designers out there – you’ll pay $150 for help with a page or two and up to $5,000 for a complicated set of pages with storefront and graphics.
Format your ebook
There are two common ebook formats, EXE and PDF. These formats refer to the type of electronic file your ebook will be. One type has .exe after the filename, and the other has .pdf after the filename.
I recommend the .pdf approach for several reasons. First, of the two options, .pdf results in a smaller file. This will allow buyers to have a faster download of your book. Secondly, .pdf files can be read easily with free software on either a PC or a Mac. Thirdly, .pdf conversion software is not terribly expensive and there are even free versions you can use. Most of the free versions work really well if all your ebook contains is text. However, the free converters tend to contain popup advertising.
Get ready to accept credit cards
By and large, your ebook buyers will want to pay by credit card. After all, the benefit of ebooks is that they are terribly easy to get. Just type in your credit card number and in a few moments you’re reading through a great book!
You should also provide a mail box where visitors can send a check for your ebook, but this is only to show them that you have an address. It adds to your credibility, but don’t expect many orders, if any, through this channel. In fact, if you only provide a postal mail box address and do not provide your customers with the ability to click and pay by credit card, you can expect to lose 95 percent of your buyers. However, put the address on the site, and do process orders that come in that way. Use a box that is not your personal residence for reasons of personal security.
Services abound that will accept credit card payments and send you the money. A common one is http://www.paypal.com. Paypal and most other services charge an upfront fee and percentage, but the charges are reasonable. Get set up immediately. You want your customers to buy immediately. A few other online credit card services are listed in the last chapter.
Upload your information to the web
You’ll want to upload all relevant ebook information onto your web page, including your ebook cover art, the ebook itself, a link to order and pay for your ebook, and your sales letter.
Create a great sales letter for your book
The web page for your ebook should contain a sales letter that is immediately visible. In fact, your web page really doesn’t need to contain much else, unless you choose to use additional pages for other uses.
A recent study via MarketingProfs by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, MIT, and Georgia Tech took a look at which types of tweets provide value to readers, and which types of tweets are generally disliked. The study surveyed 1,443 Twitter users who rated 43,738 tweets during a 19-day period. Results showed that only 36% of tweets are worth reading, 39% are mediocre at best, and 25% of tweets are not worth reading at all.
These results are extreme and beg the question, why don’t people find value in tweets? Luckily, the study broke down some of the reasons tweets just aren’t striking peoples’ fancies. Let’s dive into what causes people to dislike tweets, and what marketers can do to be better at providing the kind of content that people want to read on Twitter.
The Tweets People Hate, and Why
Before we get into some of the most offensive types of tweets, let’s take a look at how survey respondents rated all the tweet types they were asked about.
Some of those probably seem pretty familiar if you’re an avid Twitter user. Let’s dive into three of the tweet types these respondents found most offensive, but with one caveat — we’re not asserting this content should be totally eliminated from Twitter. It should simply be used with extreme moderation (that’s an oxymoron if I ever heard one). It’s okay to occasionally post about these topics, but if your tweets are too heavy with this type of content, you will be seen as less relevant and credible to your Twitter followers.
Tweeting a long-winded personal conversation back and forth will make readers less likely to value your tweets. Yes, it is important to engage with other Twitter followers, but if all of your tweets focus on this, other readers will not feel connected to your tweets because the conversation isn’t relevant to the majority of them. Take a look at this sample Twitter conversation, for example.
Hi @PersonB! What are you doing tonight?
Hi @PersonA! I’m going to dinner. You?
@PersonB Same. Do you want to go to a movie after?
@PersonA Definitely! What do you want to see?
@PersonB Whatever, as long as it’s not too late a show. Have to get up early.
@PersonA Really? What do you have to do in the morning? What about a horror flick?
And on, and on, and on. If your conversation is that long winded, take it to direct message so you’re not clogging up peoples’ Twitter streams. Use your public tweets for something more valuable to the general audience.
Updates About Your Mood
Many people use Twitter as a way to complain about something that has gone wrong. Maybe they woke up with a headache. Or had a bad day at work. Or just want the weekend to come. Either way, it is not something tweeters reported enjoying reading on Twitter. Twitter is about spreading interesting content and engaging with others in a meaningful way, not complaining about things that have gone wrong for you, personally. Consider the difference between these two tweets, for example.
Such a long day at work, ugh.
Such a long day at work; looking into marketing automation solution @HubSpot to make lead nurturing easier going forward.
The second tweet lets you comment on your mood, yes, but also provides information that people might care about. Now your readers understand that your day was so long because of inefficient marketing automation, and there’s a solution that may help you solve that problem — and could also help other followers with a similar problem fix it.
Updates About Activities
As location-based marketing grows, so do the check-ins that are posted on Twitter. Though some of the mobile check-ins can be interesting, tweeters reported that usually they find it to be overkill. For example, posting to Twitter that you went to breakfast, the gym, your house, work, a restaurant for lunch, back to work, out to dinner, out for a drink, and home overwhelms and annoys your followers. Occasional public check-ins provide value if they’re accompanied with information followers can benefit from — like sharing information about a sale going on at a local restaurant, or tweeting something insightful from the keynote speaker at an event.
7 Things You Should be Tweeting
Now that you know what not to tweet about, take heart in knowing there are a lot of valuable topics that you should tweet about. Consider these tweet formats to provide valuable content to your followers.
Links to Other Content
Talking about content — whether your own, or others’ — in your tweets is key to starting conversations and gaining new followers. Twitter is one of the best tools to share content and hear other opinions about it. Including lines from a blog post or your opinion on what you read along with a truncated link to that content is a great way to provide value. This is also how companies generate leads on Twitter — by sending leads to a landing page on their own website to download content assets behind a form.
Questions to Your Followers
Part of interacting with people on Twitter is asking them questions and soliciting their feedback. Who doesn’t want to give their two cents? Posing a question to your followers is a great way to start discussions and forge new business relationships. It can also give you valuable insight into your own business — Twitter is an ideal social media network to gain real-time feedback from leads and customers. You can read more about how to use social medial for instant feedback in our blog post on the subject.
Answers to Tweeters’ Questions
In addition to asking questions, you should also make sure to answer other peoples’ questions, especially when they are directed at you. Answering questions directed at you is just good form — you should be monitoring your social media accounts vigilantly, because people will use them as customer service mechanisms whether you like it or not. But answering questions that are just out in the ether is how you gain credibility as an industry thought leader. The more helpful you are, the more people will return to both your Twitter account and your other online real estate (like your blog and other social media accounts to which you’ve linked on your Twitter account, right?) to get answers to their questions. And that’s how a mere Twitter follower turns into your brand evangelist and future customer.
Intellectual Engagement with Tweeters
Engaging with followers is important — it shows your followers you care, and encourages others to join in on your conversation. But doing so intellectually can seem difficult in just 140 characters. Don’t be scared to abbreviate, skip the formalities, and take conversations offline or to direct message to help fit more value into less characters. This is another instance where it’s great to link to other content that helps answer questions in more detail. You can use your own content, or content from another site. When referencing other peoples’ content, pull them in on the conversation on Twitter. It will strengthen your connection with them, too, when they see you’re promoting them as a resource to your followers.
Offers and Promotions
Twitter is an excellent way to promote offers, events, coupons, and other lead and customer generating content. Social media followers expect brands to tout their offers, and it’s one of the reasons they’re following you — to get the insider’s deal. Your stream shouldn’t be all coupons and freebies, but you should regularly pepper these offers in to help your own bottom line, and reward Twitter followers for remaining engaged with your content.
Data and Research
Twitter loves data. Twitter loves infographics. Twitter loves research. Sharing content of this nature is extremely valuable for your followers, because exposing this information makes it really easy for them to look smart to their networks. What’s easier than a RT with a piece of compelling data or original research? And if the data includes research about social media, it proves to be even more valuable on Twitter. The example above is especially effective to Twitter users as it shows how to get more clicks — and possibly more followers — on Twitter.
Additional Content on Retweets
Part of providing value on Twitter is building on other valuable tweets. Even though you only have 140 characters to work with, adding more valuable content to other peoples’ tweets is beneficial to your followers and helps open yourself up to relationships with new people. You may have to modify the tweet to fit your addition into the character limit. In these instances, type ‘MT’, which stands for ‘modified tweet’, instead of ‘RT’.
What type of content do you love (or love to hate) on Twitter?
So you’re leveraging SEO and getting found online. Now that you’re generating traffic by getting found, your next focus should be getting that traffic to stay on your website. Educational websites have a 30-60% bounce rate on average. This means that a large majority of web traffic entering your website leaves without navigating to any other pages. And many times, they may never come back. Yikes! Here are the design
guidelines you need to follow to improve your website’s user experience and decrease your bounce rate.
1. Make a Great First Impression
Your website represents who you are and what you offer. When people see it for the first time, they’re thinking:
- Is this site credible?
- Is it trustworthy?
- Does it look professional?
- How can I find what I want or need?
- Does this site make me feel welcome?
- Am I in the right place?
You need to ask yourself all of these questions when designing your website. Now, design may not be the most important factor in a website overall, and often-times folks put too much emphasis on how a site looks instead of how it works, but it does play an important role in making a good first impression.
Tips for a Great Website Design:
Proper Use of Colors: Use the right colors for your audience to draw attention to select elements. Don’t try to make everything jump out. The result will be just the opposite – nothing will stand out. Avoid a chaotic mix of colors on your website, and instead, pick two to four colors for your template and marketing materials.
Animations, Gadgets, and Media: Avoid anything unnecessary. Using Flash animations because they look cool is the wrong strategy. In most cases, it’s best not to use animated backgrounds or background music. Only use media and animations to help support content and information.
Layout: Create a clear navigation structure, and organize page elements in a grid fashion (as opposed to randomly scattered). Also, don’t be afraid of white space, and avoid clutter!
Typography: Make sure your website is legible. Use fonts, font sizes, and font colors that are easy to read. For easier page scanning, use bullet lists, section headers, and short paragraphs. If your site is English language-based, make sure information flows from left to right and top to bottom. It is almost always best to have white or very light background with black or dark text.
While design is important, don’t forget that great content is what your visitors are ultimately after. A well-designed website might convince visitors to take a closer look, but they won’t look twice if the content isn’t useful and well organized. After all, you never get a second chance to make a great first impression.
2. Maintain Consistency
It’s best to keep elements on your site fairly consistent from page to page. Elements include colors, sizes, layout, and placement of those elements. Your site needs to have a good flow from page to page. This means colors are primarily the same as well as fonts and layout structure. Navigation should remain in the same location of your layout throughout your website. A consistent brand on the web matters!
For layout structure, typically three page layouts exist for most websites: one for the homepage, one for content pages and one for form pages. For example, your homepage will have a different layout than a landing page for a PPC campaign. Keep the elements in these layouts constant. This will help keep your visitors from feeling lost.
3. Use the Right Images
Images can be a powerful element to any website, but you need to use them wisely. For example, consider stock photography. Stock images are seen everywhere because they are easily accessible and inexpensive. But are they good to use?
Marketing Experiments performed a test comparing the use of stock photography versus real imagery on a website, and each of their effects on lead generation. What they found was that photos of real people out-performed the stock photos by 95%. Why? Because stock images tend to be irrelevant. Resist the temptation to use photos of fake smiling business people!
As a result, take care to place meaningful images on your site. Every image is transmitting a subconscious message to your audience, and sometimes the result is different from what you might expect.
4. Create a Solid Navigation System
Perhaps one of the biggest factors to keep visitors on your website is having a good, solid navigation system that supports all search preferences. In fact, more than three-quarters of survey respondents from a recent HubSpot study say the most important element in website design is ease of finding information. If people can’t find what they’re looking for, they will give up and leave.
Important Factors in a Site’s Navigation:
- Keep the structure of your primary navigation simple (and near the top of your page).
- Include navigation in the footer of your site.
- Use breadcrumbs on every page (except for the homepage) so people are aware of their navigation trail.
- Include a search box near the top of your site so visitors can search by keywords.
- Don’t offer too many navigation options on a page.
- Don’t dig too deep. In most cases, it’s best to keep your navigation to no more than three levels deep.
- Include links within your page copy, and make it clear where those links lead to. This is also great for SEO!
- Think about your very constituent audience. Ask if it’s obvious where they should go to find what they need and want.
The overall rule with a proper navigation structure is simple: don’t require visitors to think about where they need to go and how to get there. Make it easy for them.
5. Limit Flash and Animation
Flash animation can grab someone’s attention, yes, but it can also distract people from staying on your site. Not only are mobile applications lacking the capability to view Flash animation, but many people also simply don’t want to be bothered with unexpected noises and animations. Keep the animation to a minimum, and only use when necessary. Remember: this does not work on iPhones or iPads.
If you’re in love with Flash or require animations, consider moving to HTML5 instead, if applicable. It’s a great browser-compliant alternative to Flash.
6. Make it Accessible
Make sure that anyone visiting your website can view it no matter what browser or application they’re using. In order to gain significant traffic, your site needs to be compatible with multiple browsers and devices. With growth in mobile phones and tablet devices, people are surfing the internet more than ever before. Make sure to get some of those views by allowing everyone to view your site, no matter what kind of system they run or which browser they use. Remember: 508 compliance is required for education institution websites.
What other components do you think make for exceptional website design and usability?
This is a follow-up to my post on how to make 2012 your best blogging year. As I’ve stated in that post, I am not big on New Year’s resolutions. I am big on goal setting and feel it’s one of the keys to success. However, most people go about goal setting the wrong way and as a result, will fail to achieve the goal.
Every blogger has an ultimate goal. It’s usually something big and will take quite a bit of time to achieve. Let’s say your goal is to have your blog makes enough money to quit your job, and when that is achieved you plan to reward yourself with a new car or a month long vacation.
You put everything you got on achieving that goal. As time passes, frustration sets in because you’re no closer today than you were six months ago. When this adventure started, it was fun. Now it seems like a chore. What went wrong?
It’s Not The Destination, It’s The Journey
While it’s great to keep the end goal in mind, you have to remember to stop and smell the roses along the way. Most bloggers have an end goal, or destination, but they don’t have a map. They just want to get there but don’t know how to. It’s great to have a goal of making a living off your blog, but you also need an actionable plan to get you there. Without the plan, the goal is nothing more than a dream.
The real kicker is after you’ve achieved the end goal, you’ll discover that it wasn’t the end goal that was important. It was the journey along the way. The journey is where you’ll learn and grow. I’m sure you’ve all heard stories of lottery winners who ended up broke again after a few years. They had “success” dumped on them, but they never took the journey and as a result were not ready for it. This applies to blogging as well. If I were to give someone off the street a blog making $40,000 a month, chances are it will go to making zero within a year. You have to go through the journey.
The best way to do goal setting is to use the SMART formula. The formula says that for goal setting to be effective, it has to be:
- Specific. Drill down to the specific by asking the 6W: who, what, where, when, why and which.
- Measurable. You can’t improve what you don’t measure. How could you possibly know you are making progress if you don’t measure?
- Attainable. What attitudes, abilities, skills and financial capacity do you need to achieve it? How could you grow to match your goal?
- Realistic. A goal has to be realistic. Set it too high and you are living in the bubble.
- Timely. The goal must have a time limit. “Some day” is not good enough.
Reward Every Success No Matter How Small
One of the ways I keep things fun along my journey to world domination is to remember that success is cumulative and every success, no matter how small, should be celebrated. What I like to do is have a bunch of mini goals that accumulate up to the final end-goal. I don’t just celebrate at the final goal. Instead, I celebrate the achievement of each mini goal. This keeps thing fun and keeps me motivated to keep moving forward. Each mini goal is set using the SMART formula.
For a new blogger starting out, a set of progressive mini goals may look something like this.
- Register a domain name
- Order web hosting
- Install WordPress
- Make at least one posts a week
- Start a mailing list
- Get 500 subscribers
- Get approved by an ad network
- Make the first $100
- Insert about 50 more mini goals here
- Quit job
Now, you might think that registering a domain name or setting up WordPress isn’t much of a goal but for some, it is an achievement that should be rewarded. The point is to reward yourself with the achievement of each mini goal. The reward should be proportional to the goal – you shouldn’t reward yourself with a new car for getting approved by an ad network (I tried that once, but the wife overruled it).
As an example, you might take the family out for a pizza night when you make your first $100. When you make your first $1,000, go on a fine-dining night. My rewards usually involve my family because they’re on this journey with me. It’s a lot more fun sharing a journey than to go on it alone.
As the goals get bigger, so does the rewards. Because the rewards are getting bigger and because the next mini goal seems a lot more achievable than the final end goal, you are far more motivated to keep building. Doing it this way is a lot more fun than just trying to reach the big end goal. You reach the top of the success ladder one rung at a time. It’s impossible to hit the top rung without going through the lower ones.
2012 has just started. Now is the time to write down your goals and map out your journey. Remember, it’s not the final destination that is important, it’s the journey along the way. Enjoy the journey, set up a bunch of mini goals and reward yourself along the way. I’ll see you at the top!
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Now at the beginning of the new year our dreams are so big, and our works must be big also to achieve these dreams, and improve our email click through rate to really give your CMO something to smile about.
In this article I will give you some tips to improve your email CTR (click – through rate):
1- wright short emails:
Your emails should be short and focused on the main subject of your message, People hate to write Long Articles and Like TO give them Meaning With little words.
2- Include social sharing options.
Econsultancy published results finding that emails that include just one social sharing option generated 30% higher click-through rates than emails without any social sharing links. That CTR jumped to 55% higher with 3 or more social sharing options. Even if your readers don’t want to redeem your email’s offer, they might know a friend who does. Give them that opportunity by including social sharing buttons, and watch your click-through rate soar.
3- You email list readers must be Targeted:
One of the Biggest mistake that marketer fall in during sending their email campaigns Is Sending their offers to not targeted traffic, And these people when see the title or read the message the will move this message to trash or spam, So your message must be reached to Targeted People with Targeted Content.
research shows that marketers who segment their lists enjoy 18% more transactions, 24% more sales leads, and 24% greater revenue.
4- Is Your message has clear objective?
To write message which has many link to many products, pages, or links Is so Big mistake, because it will make your message appear without objective, and your goal from sending this message will not achieve!!!.
5-Slap your reader across the face with your call-to-action. Ensure your call-to-action is above the fold, bright, bold, and impossible to miss. It’s not that your reader is stupid. It’s that your reader receives unprecedented amounts of email every day and has very little time to read it all. If you make your reader think — by forcing them to scroll down, hunt for your call-to-action, or question what they’re supposed to do — you won’t receive a click-through. Instead, you’ll get sent straight into the trash bin.
Now These tips Are Very important to Notice and to put them in the action through your internet marketing Strategy for 2012.
At the end I want to ask you What do you think is the most effective option of All These Tips??!!!
These days we get ready to deposit one year and receiving another, So we must concern on the our internet marketing strategy for this new year.
Here in this article I will mention some tips to take attention for them:
When any body want to seek for any product or service he moves to search engines, So your task always to be early in the search engines descending.
The key to successful SEO is concentrating on long – tail keywords, which are associated with more qualified traffic and user that are most likely further down their path of intent.
There is very important factor you must do it, that keyword research must be duplicated always.
2- Good relationship with reader:
When you build your blog you must concern on the good relation with your reader, So you must offer many methods to contact with your customer though contact form, your social pages, and comment area ….etc.
3- Effective using of social media marketing:
Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google + and all social website are good environment for people to connect each other.
So Connecting with your customer through this website will lead more traffic to your website, and it will help you to study your customer needs and this will make you build the most suitable products for most suitable person.
At least Get start on these tips, and stay ahead of the curve by really focusing on your inbound marketing strategy in 2012. I know you can do it. Here’s to year full of abundant lead generation, happy customer, and better business!
How do you stay focused?
To stay focused, you need to create a quiet workspace with no interruption.
If you work at home, clear your work time with your spouse and kids. Tell them do not disturb your when you are working. Tell them you are working, you are doing your own business. Your family needs to know that when you are behind closed doors, it’s all business.
And if you just can’t find the space, then you might consider working on your online business after everyone goes to bed. Yes, you’ll lose some sleep some nights, but you can set it up so that you only have late work nights once or twice a week.
How do you stay disciplined?
When you are at work, stay away from email, Skype, Facebook or forums until your task is done.
Simply putting a deadline on every worthwhile action, and force yourself to follow the discipline to adhere to the deadlines.
The best way to inspire yourself to work is to set rewards for good work or finished projects.
So once all your items on your list are crossed off, reward yourself a small but tangible reward. Play games on the Facebook; chat with your friends; take a walk and eat your favorite food. But limit that time to 15-20 minutes at most
How do you plan your time?
Personally, I have a “loose” structure for time management -In other words, I am not the robot type because it does not work for me. I don’t work that much, I take hell a lot of time for entertainment with my friends and family.
But some people DO need to have everything planned out in order to get things done. Depending on what type you are, you can plan your time accordingly.
When it comes to time management, what mistakes do you think people make?
The biggest time management mistake for most people is that they are wasting too much time on non-profitable activities.
If you spend 3 hours every day simply reading discussion boards, checking emails or your affiliate earnings, that is an action. However, it’s just not the right action. It isn’t going to be profitable action.
Here are some common non-profitable activities people are doing:
• Perfecting site layouts
• Chatting on Facebook / Twitter / forums etc.
• Reading tons of blog posts
• Buying lots of money-making courses
• Checking emails
• Checking affiliate earnings every 15 minutes
Sometimes, those most profitable actions are those with low importance, like writing email broadcasts, writing content for your authority sites, and creating content for your products.
However, they are the activities that will bring you the most subscribers, most money and best results.
What do you think is the most important element in time management?
The MOST important thing when it comes to time management is to do your MOST profitable things as early as possible to make SURE they are done in the day. For example, if mailing your list makes you $500/day, make sure you send that email broadcast out no matter what. THEN do the other things you need to do.
There are a few things that make most of your profit and MANY things that make little or no profit like replying emails, writing articles. Just do the profitable things early every day without miss. When you start seeing more profits coming in, you’ll be more motivated.
And Now Tell Me Your opinion about these five question in the discussion below !!!!.
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The first thing that you will want to do when you are setting out to optimize your website is to make sure that all of the text on your website is search engine optimized. You can do a Google keyword analysis to see which keywords and phrases are most likely to be used by those who would be interested in your website. You will want to use SEO in text.
Take a look at your website and the content that is on your site. Everything should be optimized so that it will come up easier in the search engines. If you are using photos and have photo tags, these too must be optimized for the search engines. You need to go through your entire website to make sure that you are search engine optimized.
Not only does your website have to be optimized for the search engines with the proper keywords, but all of the relating pages to the website should also be optimized. If you want to rise in ranking in the search engines, you should have pages to your website. Many people will optimize the first page of their website but end up ignoring the rest of the pages. However, the search engine bots will go into the deep pages of your website to look for SEO. You have to make sure that everything connected to your website, including all website pages, is search engine optimized.
Chances are that you will not see the results of optimizing your website text right away. It can take a month before the search engines start to pick up on the optimization and your page starts to rise in rankings. Many companies that practice SEO marketing will help you raise your rankings in a month and some will promise that you will be in the first five pages of the search engine results pages in the next six months.
When you are optimizing your website text so that it is easily picked up in the search engines, you are not doing anything black hat to undermine the purpose of the search engines. Many people feel that using SEO is trickery and can get their website banned from the search engines. This is not true. To the contrary, search engines embrace those websites that use SEO the right way.
Before you can optimize your website text, however, you have to first figure out which keywords you should use for this purpose. Take a look at what your website is promoting or selling and then figure out what you are trying to accomplish when you promote your website. If you are selling something, what are some of the searches that customers will perform to get to your product? Once you can figure this out, you can then change the website text to reflect this information. You want to use several keywords for each page and also incorporate the use of long tailed keywords for your site as well.
Do not forget tags on videos as well as photos that are on your site. They should also be optimized to raise your rankings in the search engines. All aspects of your site should be looked at carefully to make sure that you are getting the most from your text and photos that you put online.
The more you work at optimizing your website text for the search engines, the more you will see an increase in traffic from the search engines. If you are just beginning a website, you should understand how you can increase the amount of traffic to the site by using SEO in your text. All of your website text should be optimized for the search engines.
Most marketing companies that work with webmasters in order to help them gain prominence for their sites online will use both SEO as well as link building in order to get the site noticed. Marketing companies will often give you SEO content that can be put elsewhere on the web and linked to your site that includes blogs and articles and in some cases, videos. However, they often do not do anything with your existing website.
While the marketing endeavors that use SEO are good and necessary in order for you to achieve a higher status online when it comes to your website, it is also important to take a look at the text on the site itself to make sure that it is making the most of search engine optimization in the text on the main page as well as any additional pages.
Make the most of your website by using website text that is optimized for the search engines to make it easy for those who are most likely to use your site easily find it.