The Frustrations Of An Online Business

When your site is not getting any traffic, when you’re not getting one red cent from your business, the frustration starts to build up, especially if you’re banking on that money to help you quit the job you hate.  This frustration is normal, but things get better when you keep going in the business. Picture…

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Writing Content For Readers Vs. Writing Content For The Search Engines

Some people write to get traffic from the search engines, other people write to get readers.  Many years ago (possibly back in 2008), if you wanted to rank for a keyword, all you would do is have the keyword in the title, have the keyword in the description, and have the keyword in the body. …

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Getting Exposure–Paid Traffic Vs. Free Traffic

“Traffic Is The Life’s Blood Of Your Online Business” –unknown–   This quote is so true.  Without traffic, no one will visit your site.  If no one visits your site, no one will join your mailing list or buy from you.  This is the reason why you want to focus on building an audience because…

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Why Your “Crappy” Content May Be Some Of Your Best Content

“Crappy Content” is relative. You could have the best camera in the world, but your videos may have a very low view count.  You could use your camera phone to post a video of a fight and it goes viral.  Why? You could have a step-by-step video on how to generate $10,000 a day and…

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You Don’t Have To Be An Expert Or Language Major To Write A Blog

If you’re thinking about starting a blog, you may have a few things that’s going through your head telling you it won’t work. “I’m not an expert on anything.  Who will listen to me?” “I don’t know how to write.  I’m not an English major or I am not fluent in foreign languages.” When people…

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Selling Physical Products Vs. Selling Information Products

You may be wondering, “Should I sell physical products or should I sell information products?” The beauty of this day and age is you CAN sell physical products without having to physically have the products on hand.  That means you send the visitor to a site like Amazon and Amazon sends the product to the…

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Your First Sale Is Your Most Important Sale

The newbie business owner, either online or offline, is always chasing the dollar.  You always want to focus on building an audience so the money will follow.  If you do focus on the any type of money, focus on getting your first sale, not getting rich.  Why?  In order to answer that, we need to…

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The Reason Why You Want To Keep Visitors On Your Site

There’s a very well-known blogger by the name of John Chow who says you want to always focus on getting a readership instead of putting up ads on your site in the beginning.  What a lot of people do is create content with the sole purpose of putting up ads without focusing on people staying…

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The Power Of Focus–How To Accelerate Your Success With Your Online Business

It’s no secret that when you focus on one thing, good things happen to you as far as results go.  When it comes to making money, the reason why people usually don’t make money is because they veer off-course and lose focus.  So instead of having a successful blog or channel that’s pulling in an…

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How To Create Content If You Don’t Have The Time

If you want to have a successful online business, one of the requirements is creating content.  Some content is free, some content people have to pay a fee (that rhymed).  If you let your content lag too long, you may get unsubscribes or people may not visit your site or channel for a really long…

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