Cut through the chase: I suggest you sign up with FreeUp and get your Virtual Assistant as soon as you get at about 70% of your capacity. Want to know more about having one or more assistants? Continue reading…
As you start making money or if you have another job, you’re going to slowly notice that your throughput is somewhat limited. After all, there are only so many hours in a day and if you want to write 10 articles per week, it’s not going to happen unless you do just that. The problem when you do just that on your own is that it’s going to very much limit the number of hours you can spend on other things like research for proper articles. It’s great to write content, but it should still be directed by What is going to matter to my readers?
70% is the new 100%
This is not something new. There is a saying that once you are swamped with work, you are stuck because you won’t be able to take on more work or manage a team to help you. So when you reach 100% of your cycles, you’re just simply in a position where you can’t increase your throughput at all. Continue reading “Increase your throughput with a Virtual Assistant”
Put Out Videos!
This is the simple answer to this question.
Put out video content
The more the merrier, at least from all the people I’ve seen talking about being successful on YouTube, they all have many videos.
There are some people who have a few videos and somehow got lucky as their video went viral. Now, the likelihood that such a video was useful for these people to make any money is very unlikely. Having some viral videos is great for your statistics, but you remember watching viral videos before, what do you remember about them? They were funny or about an incredible event caught on tape. Did you immediately subscribe? Do you know the name of the poster? Was it even the original poster? Yeah…
Continue reading “How do I use YouTube to get more traffic?”
Here are 10 different steps to perform to verify that your website is healthy. It is a good idea to keep your websites healthy because it is a factor that Search Engines take into account to rank your website.
Note that this is often referenced as SEO (Search Engine Optimization,) although this is not exactly what will get you additional hits from search engines. It’s more to do with the technical aspect of your website than the content so it is an important aspect but only because many mistakes of the sort will get you penalized. However, true optimization is when you make your content better to capture more clicks.A good example of better content is one where you go back to a page to edit a few sentences. Especially, if you include a link, even an internal link, and you just have it on a few words, the link will usually not have much of an effect. Now, if you sell the link, that is, if you edit your text to entice your readers to click on that link (especially useful to send them on a page where you have more affiliate links if it is an internal link!) now you are more likely to get a click and that will help you quite a bit in improving your income over time. This is true SEO. Continue reading “10 Steps to Make Sure Your Website is Healthy”
The current version of the Gutenberg editor does not give us a way to add the Excerpt Delimiter directly in your post, unfortunately.
You can click the Document tab (on the right side) and scroll down to the Excerpt widget. If you like to do it that way great, but personally, I don’t want to have to re-type the beginning of my article in that little box. Plus it looks like you can’t enter but plain text (I did not test, so really I do not really know of the capabilities.) Continue reading “Adding the Excerpt Delimiter with the Gutenberg Editor”
Today (Sep 25, 2018) I got an email from one of the people I follow, a coach if you will, who just released a new tool named Ubersuggest.
I just looked into it and I think it has potential. Continue reading “Ubersuggest, a new SEO Tool”
When the Internet started e-Commerce in April 1984, there was no specific legislation about Sales Tax when a sale would happen across state lines, so the existing legislation applied: No Taxes.
At first, the existing brick and mortar retailers probably did not see that as being much of a problem since they probably did not even think that Internet sales would ever go anywhere. Continue reading “US Supreme Court After Sales Tax Losses From Internet Retailers”
As I often see people wondering what domain name they should use, I decided that I should have a complete page with various points about what is good and what not so good as far as domain names go.
In a jiffy: I have had some experience and a quick answer is: use a “dot com”, make it simple, readable or abbreviation, but in all cases, memorable is best. Continue reading “6 Points on Selecting the Best Domain Name for your Affiliate Website”
Search Engine Optimization
On my Internet Affiliate website I speak quite a bit about Search Engine Optimization (SEO). This is really important because SEO is what gives you traffic on your website and thus shows credibility and gives you more and more hits and more credibility as people start sharing your content, creating links to your content from their own website, etc. Continue reading “Valley SEO”
Well, yes. There are actually ways to do Internet Marketing without the need for an actual website. However, there are a few arguments why I would not do that before I give you some ideas floating around about this topic.
Here is why you should have your own website:
Potential Returning Readers
In most cases, having a website gives you a great chance of having returning readers. If your content is felt as being worth the read, there is no reason for someone to come once, read one of your posts from top to bottom and then just leave forever. Continue reading “Can’t I be an Internet Affiliate without a website?”
If you have or are considering adding breadcrumbs on your website, then this has probably been a question you asked yourself. Should I let the breadcrumb plugin add the current page and when doing so, should I make it a link or not?
What is a Breadcrumb?
Continue reading “Breadcrumbs, should I have a link to the current page?”