Saturday, January 30, 2010

Simple Sales Funnel

Here is an example of a simple sales funnel you can follow when selling your clickbank products:

  1. User finds your sales page thanks to an article you wrote that they found on google.
  2. User opts to give you their email address in exchange for a free product you are giving away.
  3. User receives several emails and eventually is given a link to your main product's sales page.
  4. User clicks to buy your product.
  5. You offer an additional product during the purchasing procedure. Call it Step 1 to X for purchase.
  6. User purchases additional material.
  7. After purchases are made, direct the user to a social media site which they can use for free for a month but will have to pay to continue using.

There is a simple sales funnel that will generate real income for you that can last a very long time.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Hello? is Anyone Listening to Me?

Blogging can be frustrating, especially at first, if you see no comments and believe no one is really reading your content which you worked so hard to create.

Getting a program like google analytics goes a long way in helping you grasp just how many people are really visiting your site and reading your content.

The best way to get started generating readership is to simply google around and find sites in your niche. If you've been blessed with google searchers finding your content (which you noticed because you went and got google analytics) then you will know what key words to focus on when looking for blogs with similiar content. Getting those blogs with similiar keywords to link to you is huge for google search engine optimization.

Don't despair, your readers are really out there, you just need to get within ear shot and be ready to impress them when they finally read your content.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

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Friday, January 15, 2010

Importance of the Share Feature

You can add a 'share' feature at the bottom of your posts (simply google how to do this as it is really just a cut and paste job) on

What's the power of this? There's no way to tell just how beneficial this feature can be for your site, unless of course you test it out. The share feature allows people to use any number of social networking sites (over 200 actually) to tell friends about what you've blogged about. This create a mediocre free link to your site which helps boost your rankings on google. What's more, your content gets passed via viral marketing to another person.

What's not to love?

I definately recommend getting a share feature for your blog!

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Click Away! vs Catering Mentality

There are two very different ways to deal with comments on your blog, mainly complaints.

The first way to deal with complaints is to say "Click Away if you don't like the content!"

The Second way to deal with complaints is to say "Ok I will change X and modify Y to fit your needs, please don't go away!"

Obviously a happy medium of accepting the validity of complaints is where you will most likely succeed with blog comments. However, for some blogs it is better to simply be a jerk or an appeaser. It really comes down to not only the personality you blog as but also how many people are complaining.

Do some thinking on this concept and iron out for yourself how you will deal with complaints and suggestions on your own blog. Will you be an appeaser, a jerk, or somewhere in between?

Friday, January 1, 2010

Importance of Links Inside Articles

Whenever you write for your blog, website, etc. you should include links somewhere in the article to another page or site that you own. The reason for this is that there are thousands of automaticly generated websites indexed by google who steal content from other sites. These websites are often run by robots so the robot will just take the contents of your article and throw it on the front page of its site. By having a link you will get a backlink to that page eventhough the robot had no intention of siting its source.

When writing the backlink, be sure to give it some good SEO quality, so add alt text, use text instead of the link's url, etc. If your site starts to grow and other people look for content to write about, there is a good chance that they will steal your content and paste it on their own site. Even if your content is very old it can still be found and ripped, so always try to leave atleast one link in your articles to another part of your site, blog, forum, other articles, etc.