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Category Archives: search engine optimization

Local SEO Will Increase Your Business

08-Mar-12

Tweet If you own a business that relies on local customers or local clients, then you must know how vital it is that potential customers are able to find you. That’s where local seo (search engine optimization) comes in. What would happen if you doubled your business within 3-months time? What would that mean to […]

10 Clever Ways to Promote Your Ecommerce Website

07-Feb-12

Tweet Once you have your ecommerce website development complete, contemplating your marketing approach can seem daunting. There are many options available to you. The following will cover some of the best ecommerce promotional approaches. These are tried and tested techniques that will bring targeted audiences to your online shop.   SEO – Search Engine Opimization […]

CPA Update: Free Blackberry Stuff

29-May-11

Tweet I wasn’t planning to update this series quite yet, but thanks to an early advance in an unforeseen google result, I felt it necessary. Firstly, let me tell you that my wordpress.com site is still up and running. I have only did some basic directory submissions to maybe 20 or so free directories. I […]

CPA Update: Search Engine Optimization

28-May-11

Tweet As you know, I posted my first article about the new CPA series I am doing, and having readers follow along with me. The goal? To make $1,000 per month with CPA (Cost Per Action) using MaxBounty as the network. I started by creating a WordPress.com account (although that one will probably be shut […]

Using SEO for Practical Online Marketing

28-Apr-11

Tweet Search engine optimization is more important today than it ever was. There are those out there that will disagree, but as a marketing professional, I rely on hands-on knowledge rather than industry gossip. Without search engine optimization and search engine marketing, a company can easily end up going out of business before they get their feet […]

My Switch to Adsense and CPA

11-Mar-11

Tweet Yesterday after I received the email from Pat Quinn’s office, and then shortly after from Amazon notifying me that my associates account will be terminated on April 15th, I decided it was a good idea to change my focus. Rather than incorporate in a tax friendly state and push more Amazon ad placements, I […]

Tips for Launching an Established Blog

27-Feb-11

Tweet Launching a blog is always exciting, but it’s also stressful because you know how tough it’s going to be establishing it. What if I told you that you can establish the blog on day #1 and it will only cost you $50? There is this wonderful little tool I like to call Fiverr.com, where […]

New Sales Position Open

18-Jan-11

Tweet I normally post this information on the careers page of my web design company, but this time I am posting it here because it is a commission based sales job. I am very generous with my commission sales positions, and I give you 50% of the initial cost for search engine optimization with a […]

The Trick Behind Guest Posting

12-Jan-11

Tweet Over the course of my blogging career, I have guest posted on many blogs big to small. What I learned was that there is a downfall to guest posting. Do not let this steer you away from guest posting, as it is still one of the biggest sources of traffic that you will ever […]

Free Coaching for IBP Buyers

11-Jan-11

Tweet Until the end up January 2011, I will be providing 2 weeks of consulting and coaching to anyone that buys a copy of IBP Standard, and 4 weeks free for those that buy IBP Professional from this link. After you purchase the best seo software on the planet, forward your receipt to me at […]

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