Do you like talking? Even if you don’t how would you like to make money just for talking?
Ordinary people are getting paid from $250 to $750 for a few minutes of their time just recording their voice in a computer?
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Inside that short video, you’ll discover a huge billion dollar industry that’s hidden in plain sight, you’ll have to wonder WHY has nobody
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What blog color should I choose for my new theme?
I have finally decided to take the plunge and change this blog to a Genesis Framework (I’ve already changed my detox blog) and am trying to decide on the best color for the new theme.
I have never really been happy with the color I have now. I never actually said to myself “I want a pink blog”! I had seen some blogs that I liked and tried to get the same color which was more of a red with pinkish hues but it didn’t turn out quite like that.
Everyone seems to have a preference when it comes to the color of their clothes, their car, and their homes but what about the color of your blog?
When you set up your blog did you know exactly what color you wanted? Did you do any research into it first?
Continue reading What Is The Best Blog Color for a Successful Site?
As I’ve been doing the rounds of some internet marketing forums recently to generate traffic to my blog I’ve seen some questions about a WordPress Slug.
So, I thought it would be a good idea to explain what it is here for those who don’t know.
Let me assure you that it’s certainly not some fat slimy creature that slithers its way through your blog chomping on anything it fancies on the way like a destructive computer virus!
In fact, a slug is a string of a few well chosen words that helps with the SEO of your blog.
What Is A WordPress Slug & How Does It Work?
According to WordPress Glossary:
“A slug is a few words that describe a post or a page. Slugs are usually a URL friendly version of the post title (which has been automatically generated by WordPress), but a slug can be anything you like. Slugs are meant to be used with permalinks as they help describe what the content at the URL is.“
When you post a new page or article on a WordPress blog, the site automatically creates a miniature “slug”.
It appears under the blog post title in the editor.
Continue reading WordPress Slug | A Nifty Way For Boosting SEO Rankings For Your Blog
In this digital world, effective and comprehensive strategies of online marketing can help every business owner to increase its potential customers. While evaluating the strategy, you must focus on the six components mentioned below to fuel up your business growth and take your business to the next successive level.
Your website is the face of your company, so your website must be professional, simple and easy to navigate. While designing the website, you must focus on following:
- Include call to action buttons on most of the pages so that the readers can think about what your organization can do for them.
- Optimize your sites on all the web browsers, including smart phones and mobiles as these devices are growing at fast pace and most of the people are browsing internet on these devices.
- Inserting the keywords in your content in a natural way.
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Are you getting enough traffic to your blog? I’m guessing that the answer is probably not. I mean can we ever have enough traffic?
One of the questions I consistently see being asked in internet marketing forums is how to get traffic to your blog.
Many bloggers get disillusioned with blogging when they find that they are spending hours creating content that nobody sees.
It is disheartening when you have created great content that you think Google will love and you are lucky if you get a handful of visitors from your usual blog promotion efforts.
Continue reading How To Get More Traffic To Your Blog With These Blog Promotion Tips
Have you ever wondered how to convert a pdf to an editable word doc for free?
I have and the result brought all sorts of problems with it.
Before I get into that you might be wondering why you would need to convert a pdf into a word document in the first place.
Well, you might have a PLR pdf report that didn’t come with a source file or you can’t find it and you want to edit the pdf.
You might want to add your name to it as the author, add some information about yourself to personalize it, add some more information, correct grammar or spelling mistakes, update it or simply make it your own.
All this is very important if you want your pdf to go viral which I talked about in my last post about viral reports.
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There’s been a flurry of listbuilding courses released recently but I don’t think I have seen any mention of using viral reports as a way to get new email subscribers.
In my last post I wrote about some strategies for content marketing and creating a free report from your content was one of them but you can take it one step further and make it go viral and get more email subscribers.
What is a viral report?
A viral report is a free report that spreads across your niche like a virus because it contains such good information that your readers want to share it with others.
Have you ever downloaded a free report that doesn’t have a website link inside? I have and I can’t imagine why any marketer would want to miss a trick like this.
Even if the report does not go viral he’s missed a vital oportunity to entice the reader to his or her website or affiliate site.
Continue reading How to Get Email Subscribers with Viral Reports
Content marketing is hot! Content marketing is the new SEO. Content marketing has killed SEO. Content marketing is the buzzword for 2013.
These are some of the headlines I saw as I was blog hopping my way round the internet on my blog commenting exercise to drive traffic to my blog for both the Quick Start Challenge and Turn $100 into $2,000 in 60 Days Challenge
What the heck is content marketing?
I found some really long and complicated explanations about it but the simplest one I found that sums it up nicely was this:
“Content Marketing is the creation and sharing of content for the purpose of promoting a product or service.”
In other words, it is content that you put on your website and promote. It can be text, video, infographics, images, whatever you put on your site.
The word is out that Google is favoring content marketing.
Continue reading 5 Content Marketing Strategies for Bloggers To Boost Traffic
Have you noticed how much easier it is to read some blogs than others?
As I have been blog hopping and commenting to get traffic
to my blog I have noticed a huge difference in not only the way bloggers write their posts but the fonts and size of text they use.
Some bloggers write long paragraphs which I find very hard to read, some write in shorter paragraphs and others write each sentence on a new line with plenty of white space between the lines.
I don’t know about you but I have decided that the latter is the style I like best and find easiest to read.
I decided to do a bit of research on the matter to find out if there is a best text size, font type and line spacing for blog posts.
What I discovered surprised me.
Let’s look at fonts first:
I first found that the question had been asked on the Warrior Forum. Sylvia Dickens, an award-winning journalist with 20+ year’s experience posted this response:
“The best online font is a non-serif – in other words, without any curly ends, like Times Roman and some others. Times Roman is mostly used in print media and is difficult to read online. Common fonts that work well on screen are Verdana, Tahoma and of course Arial”.
Continue reading Does Your Blog Text Size and Font Matter?
We are always hearing about the importance of getting backlinks to your site and internal linking to get ranked in Google but what about outbound links?
As I was doing forum commenting for the Quick Start Challenge and the Turn $100 into $2000 Challenge I saw a lot of debate about outbound links or external links as some people prefer to call them.
An outbound link, if you don’t already know, is a url that you have on your site that links to another website. When you think about it the world wide web is formed from links from one site to another and enables it to be what it is. does
By linking out from your site, you are “voting” for the site you link to. That is the whole point of getting backlinks to your site.
When other sites link to your site you get a backlink from that site which is one of the factors that Google takes into account in it’s ranking algorithm.
But what if you link out to other sites?
Continue reading Can Outbound Links Boost Your SEO?