If you have been in internet marketing for any period of time you will have succumbed to the urge to attend an internet marketing conference. You might find that you get “free” tickets in your email and you think “what the heck I’ll mozy along and have a look”. Day 1, usually starts out pretty exciting, giant conference hall packed with people with stars in their eyes. After an hour you realise that the speakers … Read More
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Most bloggers at some stage end up monetizing their blog so they can make it pay for itself.
There are a number of ways that you can monetize your blog to name a few:
- Paid advertising
- Affiliate marketing
- Zone rental
- Paid reviews
However, no matter how good your blog is and how great your offers are you need people to visit your site, time and time again to make money. Not only that, but … Read More
Blogging Underground (BU) is a new network opened by Mike Liebner from Article Underground fame.
What it is
Blogging underground is a network of blogs owned by Blogging Underground and blogs contributed by members of BU as well. A blogging network allows you to post snippets of articles to blogs in the network with the aim of getting a good link to your site. Getting links and a variety of links is essential to getting … Read More
When you start out online there are a few things that you need. Some of the essentials if you are going to maintain control over your internet marketing activities are a domain name, hosting and a website.
Most of us find the first two a breeze but get stuck on the third – the website!
I get emails, private messages and answer questions every day about WordPress and by far the biggest sticking point people … Read More
This package - sorry but book doesnt cover it! - is suitable for newbies and wordpress pros alike. The newbies will benefit from a straight forward a-z guide to wordpress whilst the Wordpress pros will have a bible to access whenever they have an issue. I think they may also realise that there are parts to wordpress they never knew existed or were aware of but dont use.