The main reason people buy traffic is that they get access to eyeballs as soon as possible. They don’t have to wait. They don’t have to have special skills. They just need to go to the right place, fill out the form, pay, and they get the traffic. Continue reading →
Search Engine Optimisation is a complicated business that can really help any company to thrive. Unfortunately however, over time the whole process has been somewhat misrepresented as a simple system of getting as many links as possible pointing to your site. This dying breed of so called ‘SEO gurus’, are so desperate to get links to their site that they will use any trick in the book to spread their site around the net with little regard for quality, suitability or value for the readers. Continue reading →
Mind mapping is a brainstorming technique where visual diagrams are used to show how thoughts or ideas are connected. The process is commonly used in project planning and presentations. In today’s digitally-focused world, it’s easier to create and share mind maps than ever before. Here are a few cloud-based applications that let you and your team create and modify a mind map together. Continue reading →
Content is an investment. You spend a lot of time writing it. You probably also spend a lot of time planning and researching it. It makes good business sense to make the most of your investment. When you repurpose and reuse your content, you maximize your return. Here are five tips and ideas to repurpose and reuse your content. Continue reading →
Whether you sell your skill as an internet marketer to other webmasters or if you market your own website, blog, product, or service, time management is key. After all, your income depends on how much marketing you are able to accomplish.
Since time management is an important component of generating income as an internet marketer, you may be looking for helpful tips. Yes, there is time management software available for sale, but this software is not only expensive, but it can be another source of distraction. For that reason, rely on simpler tools, like a spreadsheet. Continue reading →
Many people are confused about the difference between resell rights and private label rights. Several mistakenly think that they are the same thing, and this is not so. It is easy, however, to understand how the two terms can be confusing.
If you have resell rights, you have the right to resell the product, in conjunction with the terms and conditions set forth in your license, as is. Continue reading →
With the internet full of thousands of ways to make money it is only a matter of time before you find the specific method that is best for your needs. This could mean looking for something that is hard to do or it could involve looking for a method that is incredibly simple to use and does not involve much effort at all. While most people are searching frantically for ways to make money without actually working the vast majority of people admit that it requires at least some amount of work to actually make money on the internet. Continue reading →
It’s important to have real, specific goals in your business. These goals can be financial, personal, or simply involve an aspect of your business (“build an effective website” for example). It can sometimes seem overwhelming to determine goals, and even more overwhelming to think of achieving them. Here are some tips on doing both of these. Continue reading →
If you’ve been working online for any amount of time, you’ve probably purchased private label rights content at some point or another. PLR is a great tool that helps website owners add quality content to their websites without having to hire a ghostwriter to write it all for them or spend countless hours writing all of their content from scratch.
If you’ve purchased your fair share of PLR and find that it’s taking up tons of space on your computer’s hard drive and you’re having a hard time determining what content you’ve used and where and which articles you still have available for use, you’ll be happy to know, you’re not alone. It’s not uncommon to becoming disorganized with your PLR, until now that is. Continue reading →
Shared hosting allows people to host their own sites at a very reasonable cost but it does have some drawbacks, however. Since hundreds of sites can be hosted on a single server, resources such as CPU, disk space, and bandwidth have to be shared with ALL your virtual neighbors.
Shared resources are usually not a problem for small to medium-sized sites. Your main limitation is the lack of control over system level software – HTTP servers, mail servers, databases etc. You don’t have any choice of operating system and you cannot compile programs or do major administrative tasks. Continue reading →