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Comment on Leveraging the Synergy of Integrated Content Platforms by Ryan Biddulph

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 09:38:41 +0000

Abundant way of thinking, Michael. I too am adopting a more prospering way of doing things these days. Good to see you running a vlog too buddy. Keep creating helpful content across a wide range of platforms, and expand your reach far and wide. Best way to make a serious impact online. Ryan

Comment on These Are The Top Content Marketing Tools by Susan Velez

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 09:22:37 +0000

Hi Rizvan, I love Buzzsumo and have started using it to help me find popular content. It's definitely a great way to find out what's already popular. After all, pretty much everything has been written about online. Why try to come up with new topics. Instead, find out what's popular with your audience and write your own version of it. I also love Trello and use it to help me stay organized with my daily tasks. Thanks for taking the time to share these resources with us. Have a great day :) Susan

Comment on How To Format Your Content to Increase Engagement by Ryan Biddulph

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:25:24 +0000

Neat point on No Sidebars buddy. I had never thought of this strategy to boost engagement. Makes sense from a distraction free space. Heck; I scaled my sidebar down last month, leaving only my Amazon, iTunes and intro banners, along with an eBook of the week. Not bad as I see to get more engagement these days. No busy-ness, as was the case with my old sidebar. Smart post bro. Ryan

Comment on 5 Lessons Learned from Reviewing Top Credit Review Sites by Ryan Biddulph

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:19:23 +0000

The site navigation needs to be stellar Zac. Thinking of the average person going through these sites, they won't exactly be in the most chill, clear-thinking spaces sometimes. Make it easy for folks to page through the site to improve their experience and to grow business. Excellent post buddy. Ryan

Comment on Mandatory Characteristics for Making Money Online by The Skinny Boy

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 03:31:58 +0000

Thanks Michael for sharing insight. I just started a bog and following a strict schedule to release the new posts. Hope it will work one day.

Comment on These Are The Top Content Marketing Tools by Ryan Biddulph

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 03:24:08 +0000

Buzz Sumo seems to be a gem buddy. Top bloggers everywhere seem to mention it. Big fan of just sticking to the basics in terms of finding top blogs, bonding with top bloggers, posting genuine comments and using tools to point me in the proper direction. Tools are so cool when you use 'em with the proper intent. Ryan

Comment on An Affiliate Marketing Model That Works by DAVID A SELF

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 02:39:07 +0000

Absolutely right, no matter what business one approaches whether online or offline. Repeat customers is the aorta to keeping the heart of the business operational. I've tried both without any success until I learned in my Handyman business, repetitious is how to stay in business. Online I could not make a cent with Clickbank ClickSure, Priceless - Possibilities, and even Amazon, not one cent; but, lots of frustrated hours because no matter who clicked on my links those companies "stole my customers." I come to believe if ones must use a 3rd party like Commission Junction, LinkShare, or whomever, you're not going to make the profits ones see in their dreams! I believe the key to success is "direct" as in click one's link, capture their info, and present them with a solution repeatedly. I may be wrong, but I think people surf online for "personal solutions." I hated Clickbank because of their untold stupid payment policy, and Amazon is not much different. When I bid a paint of fixer job if the customer says we have a 20% retainer I say find another pro. You cannot survive in business giving others your cash. Thank you for videos, hope Sally enjoyed Spring Break! Thanks

Comment on An Affiliate Marketing Model That Works by Jon

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 22:42:13 +0000

Building an email list is one of the essential methods of succeeding in affiliate marketing. The other one is to promote affiliate programs that give residual commissions. When you combine them by capturing email addresses and sending your prospects to residual affiliate offers, you will give yourself the greatest possibility of succeeding as an affiliate marketer. This is how the big affiliates achieve success.

Comment on These Are The Top Content Marketing Tools by Cynthia

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 22:34:23 +0000

Hi John, I am glad to see you have listed Google Analytics. I think Analytics is a must have. I don't see how anyone with a blog can do without it. I will check out Trello and Buzzumo. I haven't tried Facebook ads yet.

Comment on An Affiliate Marketing Model That Works by Barry

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 21:08:35 +0000

Mr. chow, really interesting, but a little difficult for a newbie, I know this not on the subject, how do you become affiliate marketer without having website. Do you do mentoring in this field or do you recommend someone . Thank you again