Guest Posting Done Right

April 12th, 2017

While no SEO technique is perfect, guest posting is perhaps the most reliable and useful tool for building a links profile that is available to marketers today.
For those who aren’t familiar with it, guest posting simply involves creating links to your website from external blogs and sites by providing them with free content. You write a post or article for a blog or a website and then send it to them and let them publish it on the proviso that you can include a link to your own website in there.
As a result, they get free content and you get a link back to your site. Everyone wins…
But as with any tool, it’s all about how you use it… Read the rest of this entry »

The New Guide To SEO

April 12th, 2017

Learn in this new guide how to get rankings and hordes of high quality traffic with SEO.

Although often thought to be complicated, SEO is one of the easiest ways to get tons of high quality traffic to your website

SEO is alive and well, and if you do things right, SEO can generate some of the best traffic you?ll ever see if you know what you?re doing, you can get a lot of traffic fast WHILE you sleep. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Migrate Your WordPress Site to A New Hosting Provider

April 11th, 2017

By Adrian Try (Sitepoint)
We’ve been talking a lot about web hosting recently. It’s important that your hosting plan matches the needs of your website, and your hosting provider is reliable, responsive, and around for the long haul.

What if you’ve realized that your current plan doesn’t meet your needs. Or you’re dissatisfied with the service of your current provider? What’s involved in moving your WordPress site from one hosting provider to another? How can you achieve this without major headaches or downtime?

I have to admit I’ve been thinking about changing hosting providers for a while, but since my websites were actually up and running, there wasn’t a sense of urgency. So I procrastinated. Read the rest of this entry »

Does Your Copy Ignore Your Visitors?

April 11th, 2017

by Karon Thackston
Posted on November 2, 2009

Sometimes choosing which company to buy from is about like deciding which brand of canned peas is the best. To make matters worse, the copy on most websites doesn’t offer any help.

There are three major offenders in copywriting that I see constantly on the Internet. The first is generic copy that offers no specific differentiation points � in other words, reasons why the visitor should choose you instead of the thousands of other sites that are just a click away. The second is overused fluff copy that has no substance. And the third? Using company-focused copy (“we” and “us”) instead of customer-focused (“you” and “your”). It’s the third offender I want to address in this article. Read the rest of this entry »

Fish Recipes

May 19th, 2010

Fish Recipes
By Amy Tylor
Product Rights: Includes Master Resell Rights

Discover in this Collection of Fish and Shell-Fish Recipes, everything you need to know to produce the best tasting meal ever. Whatever kind of fish or shell fish you may have there is a recipe awaiting you inside.

Recipes of Salmon, Codfish, Haddock, Halibut, Turbot, Shad, Blue-fish, Black-fish, White-fish, Sea-Bass, Rock-Bass, Sword Fish, Mullet, Mackerel, Eels, Lobsters, Oysters, Crabs, Shrimp, Clams, Scallops and more…

Retail Value: $29.75;

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WordPress Websites Secrets

January 21st, 2010

New for 2009!

Learn why so many marketers are secretly using blogs to create easy “make in a day” static websites.

Discover a wonderful trick many top internet marketers know. (The ones who create hundreds of minisites, and have multiple business ventures in full swing at any given time.)

You can take an afternoon to create an easy wordpress blog with this step by step guide.


* How to set up a wordpress blog on your own site

* How to easily operate through cPanel

* How to find and install plugins, widgets and themes

* How to remove components that make it look like a blog
And much more…..
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Google Caffeine Update – is it Good News for You?

January 20th, 2010

by Richard Gilmore

Google Caffeine was big news when it was first announced back in August. No doubt it’s going to be even bigger news when the update goes live. The question is whether this is going to be good news for your site? Read the rest of this entry »

21 Offline Marketing Ideas for Your Online Business

January 20th, 2010

by Terri Seymour

A lot of us work hard to promote our online business but one thing we might forget is that we can get a lot of traffic by promoting offline as well. Following is a list of ideas you can use to promote your online business, offline. Read the rest of this entry »

How I Made A Gazillion Dollars My First Day In Network Marketing.

January 20th, 2010

by Andy Acciaioli

And the very next day I made two gazillion. By the end of my first month, I made more money than some economies in foreign countries. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Embed Your Affiliate Links Into YouTube Videos

January 20th, 2010

by Malcolm Leyshon

If you think that making your own videos is too difficult or time consuming you can find a lot of videos in the public domain that can be easily embeded in your website. For example, if you’re promoting a network marketing program or affiliate product, you can enhance your promotion by looking on YouTube for someone else’s video that describes the benefits of that particular program or product. Read the rest of this entry »

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