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Your headline is the most important part of your strategy to make money on the web. A well written headline should grab your reader’s attention enough so that he/she will stay to read the rest of your article or sales page. It should pull your reader into the copy.
The longer your visitor stays on your site, the more likely he is to make the decision to buy your product or service. So, let’s have a look at some ideas for headlines that work.
I really think that Alex Jeffreys, my former mentor and coach, has lost the plot. I can’t believe that he’s practically giving away his Million Dollar Blueprint for how to make money online.
Experienced and newbie internet marketers are snapping it up like crazy and at the price he’s selling it for you can understand why.
One of the secrets of how to make money money on the web is to discover enough long tail keywords that have very little competition and use them to bring traffic to your site.
Alison Rothwell is an expert on SEO and explains it well in her newsletter article here:
What Are Long Tail Keyphrases?
Let’s first review how search engines rank your site. In case you aren’t aware of how this process works, we’ll make it simple for the purposes of this article. Search engines (like Google, Yahoo and Bing) will rank websites within categories and subcategories. So, take the example of the category of “cars”.
I have just come across Dupli Terminator, a new type of free article spinner. Article spinning in the main has a bad reputation because most of them just don’t work well enough. This one is supposed to be different so I was eager to try it.
If you’ve used an article spinner before you will know that they usually churn out articles that are complete and utter rubbish. I’m sure you have seen these articles that just don’t make any sense at all.
Most of the article spinners that I have tried rely on you adding alternative words and phrases to create a bunch of articles that differ slightly from each other. This can take time but some marketers believe it’s well worth the time and effort it takes to get a readable article.
When you look at the mega successful people in internet marketing they seem to have one thing in common. They stand out in a crowded marketplace. In simple terms they used their personality to make money on the web. Some call it personality marketing or branding. Others call it buzz marketing.
The truth is people like to do business with people they like. You’ll stand out a lot more by being helpful, likable and unique.
Many people think that blogging is fun and very easy and that you can make money on the web without much effort.
You may have read some eBooks where they tell you that all you have to do to make money online is to start blogging, add some AdSense code and promote some affiliate products in your posts and you will make money.
While it may appear like that when you look at some successful bloggers, let me tell you it doesn’t work quite like that. Most successful bloggers have put in some serious work to get their blogs making money for them.
Last week we had a Webinar every night about how to drive traffic to our websites and it became very clear that effective time management is the vital key to getting everything done. Alex gave us so many ways of driving traffic to our blogs for free that my head was spinning. Where do I start?
Let’s see if I can remember all the ways he mentioned of driving traffic to our blogs. There is good old article marketing, forum participation, blog commenting, press releases, video marketing, use of social networks like Twitter and FaceBook, bookmarking, guest blog posting, creating Hub pages or Squidoo lenses, blog linking and submitting to blog directories. I’m sure there are others that don’t spring to mind right now.
As I am visiting (or oil rig hopping as Alex calls it – a subject for a future post) other blogs to see what some of Alex Jeffreys other students have written I notice that some haven’t got an About Page. It may be just that they just have not had the time yet and that they will add one soon.Alex has said just get your blog going and that is what many are doing.
But, I have come across other blogs that don’t have an About Page. I don’t know about you but I feel cheated. I’m nosey and if I like the blog and the blog posts I am curious about the person behind it.