One of the most powerful techniques today in making passive online income… involves using social profiles to automate the SEO process of a website. This can result in thousands of visitors a day, heaps of backlinks, #1 ranking in Google, and a ton of affiliate commissions 24/7… with minimal effort!
I was very skeptical of this one, because I discovered it by way of a program built around it, and that program utilized upsells in order to make more money. But I peeled back the layers, so to speak, and I discovered that program built around it is completely unnecessary. I may try it at some point in the future but if I do, that will be the basis for another article.
Account automation is not about willpower. It is a means of replacing willpower. Willpower is the unsuccessful strategy that is the reason why so many are in debt these days. We are learning as a culture that, for most of us, willpower does not work. But, automating your accounts does work. It removes money you should be saving from your checking account just after it is direct deposited, so you cannot easily spend it. Letting the power of automation work for you means saving time as well as money.
A large Twitter following can be a very integral part of your attracting people to your website… more followers means more potential newsletter subscribers, affiliate revenue, and loyal customers. This is the key word… loyalty… is what you want, and that requires that you establish and maintain likeability. The way you use Twitter is no exception.
In this credit based society, being in debt is usually thought of as a normal fact of life for many Americans, and it is… but it doesn’t need to be. Being in debt and/or having a poor credit rating WILL hurt you financially in the long-run more than you might realize.
The inverse is of course that saving regularly and having an excellent credit rating will give you more financial freedom & self-sufficiency.
Yesterday an industry wide DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack targeting WordPress blogs was launched. The attack is still in effect, and has effected many web hosting providers including GreenGeeks.
There are a few things that you should do immediately to protect your blog from continued and future attacks:
I recall years ago, an article in the September 1986 issue of Omni Magazine (a great science and science fiction magazine I’m sad is no longer with us)… an article about the ideal future house… a “living breathing” house that was “aware” of its inhabitants and their individual preferences. It had all the automatic computer environmental controls, etc. The modern household is not too far off from the one I was amazed by in the Omni article.
People know that business success depends on ‘best practices’, the buzzword among businesses for a model code of conduct that consistently produces desired results. Another fact is that the way the human brain works, people pay more immediate attention to negative experiences. This is called ‘negativity bias’ and it is because our perceptions are more intimately tied into our “fight or flight” instinct than to the attention we pay to positive stimulus. So, I’ve decided to include a ‘Worst Practices’ category for this blog as a way of including the occasional post that serves to capitalize on the importance we place on negative comments and headlines. This is my first post to go in the ‘Worst Practices’ category.
What is a niche site? I guess the best way for me to put it is… a niche site is a site that seeks to avoid competition for search engine rankings. The idea is to find a keyword that enough people are typing into whatever search engine they are using (we’ll use Google since that is the most popular), but at the same time there are not too many sites using that keyword. The point of the niche site is to be on the first page of the Google search page when your chosen keyword is searched for.
The first thing most visitors to your blogsite (or any website, for that matter) will notice is your header. Your header is the big image (and/or title) at the top of the page that runs from left to right. An excellent first impression is important, and not only does your header communicate what topic your […]