Don’t let the term ‘conversion rate‘ throw you through a loop – all we’re really talking about here is getting someone to take action. This action can be anything you need such as gaining more subscribers or maybe just leaving a comment on the post. Whatever your fancy, I’ll be going through five of the simplest ways to increase those rates. Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Increase your Blog Conversion Rate
Making money online should never be considered an easy or overnight task, but there are some ways to make the journey shorter. I have a tech blog at TechWalls but honestly I have to use money from other sources to maintain it. One of my major online revenues comes from micro-niche websites. Continue reading How to use Long Tail Pro to Research Keyword
Alexa is one of the most popular web ranking systems in the past decade. Despite the fact that the Alexa ranking does not reflect web traffic accurately, it is still very important for webmasters to improve the rank. Continue reading Alexa Pro Review – Improve Alexa Rank with Certified Metrics?
The illustrious idea that you can ‘make money online‘ has long since been on the minds of many bloggers and website owners. The average approach to making money with a website has generally been about creating something massive, authoritative and sending thousands of visitors every single day. However, the idea of a ‘micro niche website’ is equally viable for earning money with a website and requires a lot less work. Continue reading How to Get Started with Micro Niche Websites
Building a profitable blog comes down to this: choose the right topic from the beginning.
Yes, you can certainly flip a blog at a later point but very few do because of the mounting pressure from their community and this inherent “weight” that one has about making major changes to a website (such as adding ads or promotions which may disgruntle the existing community). Continue reading Five Steps for Finding a Profitable Niche
Sitting in front of your computer, alone, typing away is not only lonesome. Looking at blogging as a solo job not only can prevent creativity, it can turn you from a passionate blogger to a distressed one. Continue reading Growing Your Blog Army: 4 People You Need to Meet
Last month was extra tough in terms of my writing creativity. With a side project I had to complete and with a trip to Costa Rica looming for the end of the month, it would be an understatement to say that my mind was in other venues than writing this month. Continue reading How I Successfully Conquered Writer’s Block This Month
As a blogger, I’ve done my “rounds” and paid my “dues” in order to create successful websites and online assets. Get around enough and you’ll realize that there is a lot of the same information being passed around as being “expert” information. Unfortunately, people take a lot of that information to heart and this leads them down a path, in their blogging, that ultimately doesn’t sync with their unique style and branding. Continue reading Three Things You Won’t Learn from Reading this Blog Post