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Comment on The Fundamentals of a Great YouTube Video Description by DNN

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 01:59:11 +0000

So I hear adding relevant links in YouTube video descriptions is possibly good for SEO? How true is this?



Comment on More Common Blogging Mistakes You Could Be Making by DNN

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:11:35 +0000

A good thing about blogging is that one can make all the mistakes they do and still drive traffic with mistakes and all from search engines and social networks. Then they see their error and strive for perfection in making necessary changes. Good thing is, you don't have to look anyone in the face before and after making blogging mistakes, unless you have direct clients to deal with. If you're just writing content as a side hustle and doing it as a means of promoting affiliate programs, then mistakes are good for quiet learning and beneficial for better writing skills. Agree?



Comment on More Common Blogging Mistakes You Could Be Making by Ryan Biddulph

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 23:04:05 +0000

Got some big blogging boo boo's here Rizvan. The contact form or email one floors me. This is like not having a customer service department for your business. I try to reach out to bloggers to build friendships or to point out some error or problem with their blog and literally see no way to contact them. Forget about social media; if you cannot be reached by email or a simple contact form in 1-2 seconds you are doomed as a blogger. Only people with massive, loyal followings can afford to put up barriers to contact. All the rest need to be easily accessible to grow their blogs, and to grow their businesses. Ryan



Comment on Why Passive Income Is Like the Stock Market by Ryan Biddulph

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 22:25:26 +0000

It is all about the fun, smart work now Michael to see the long term passive income reward. Making passive income today while I walk around the Upper West Side of NYC had its roots in the past 6 months, or even, the past 6 years. The work we did yesterday creates more traffic and profits today, and tomorrow. You need a vision though. Gotta get beyond survival mode, and in truth, most human beings choose survival mode, getting paid for every act via a job but totally trading time for money, which trades away your freedom for a false sense of security. I prefer to put in the work up front, and now, for a brighter today and tomorrow. Just be patient, helping people, study your niche, build connections, and your long term returns will be tremendous. 10 year returns can be fabulous, as John has proved. Ryan



Comment on Why Passive Income Is Like the Stock Market by Thierry HENRY

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 20:31:00 +0000

Hi Michael, Better to be remembered, it s easy to understand why people that have no vision and no trust in their own capacity , can't start a project where the revenue it s not guaranteed. They prefer the quick buck. Passive income it s the pinnacle of the pyramid it s why it s not for everyone. You have to work hard for a little while and after that you start enjoying the benefit of your work. But don't forget the story of three feet from gold. Keep trying until you get to your goal.



Comment on More Common Blogging Mistakes You Could Be Making by Yasar Ali

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 14:13:09 +0000

Of course, I had been making mistakes not only these you mentioned on your list but probably few more. Since I knew what I was doing, it won't happen again. #Thanks Rizvan



Comment on More Common Blogging Mistakes You Could Be Making by Susan Velez

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 11:55:37 +0000

Hi Rizvan, Great tips and I agree consistency is huge. When I first started my blog, I was publishing content whenever I wanted. About 2 months into blogging, I figured out that I could manage to write 2x per week. Now I publish new content 2x per week. This alone has helped me grow my blog and I am slowly noticing more traffic and more subscribers. It does take time to grow a blog. However, if you're consistent and develop the habit of posting on a regular basis, it will start to pay off. I've started doing this for my YouTube channel as well. Again just like my blog, I am noticing more traffic and more subscribers. Consistency is huge in growing a blog and it just takes practice to develop the consistency it requires to grow a blog. Thanks for sharing these tips have a great weekend :) Susan



Comment on Paying for My New Tesla Roadster by John

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 11:16:37 +0000

Sorry, your Duplicate Comment Killer got me. John



Comment on Paying for My New Tesla Roadster by John

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 11:14:37 +0000

As I said last week, the Bentley Continental 2018 is the coolest roadster I have ever seen. Check it out at least. Liked your 'Saturday" video a lot. Cheers, John



Comment on More Common Blogging Mistakes You Could Be Making by Saad from Blogging Tips and Tricks

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 08:57:56 +0000

Yes, you're right with your points. However, if you don't mind, I'd like to add one more. That's following "build and they will come" mentality. With so much competition out there, you got to be promoting your blog continuously. Don't leave it on chance or luck. If you need to stand out, you need to market continuously and actively. Regards, Saad.