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5 Simple Steps to Reducing Bounce Rate

5 Simple Steps to Reducing Bounce Rate

Monday, January 4, 2016
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Some see the average bounce rate on most websites as somewhere between 26% and 70%, with the average falling around 49%. Anything below a 40% bounce rate is considered excellent. A higher than... Read more
T3leads Joins Holiday Drive in Support of Mary’s Kitchen

T3leads Joins Holiday Drive in Support of Mary’s Kitchen

Thursday, October 29, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
T3leads supports the effort to help keep Mary’s Kitchen performing the vital service that it offers. Read more
5 Tools to Help You Target the Visitors You Seek

5 Tools to Help You Target the Visitors You Seek

Thursday, October 1, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Increasing traffic to your site is an important goal for online marketers, but equally important is getting more prospects who are likely to convert. If your visitors are not going to leave their... Read more
Make High Quality Videos on Your Smartphone

Make High Quality Videos on Your Smartphone

Friday, September 18, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Imagine that you’re a novice when it comes to shooting and editing videos. Your company decides that it needs some world-class audiovisual media on its website, and you’re elected to get the... Read more
Google Friendly: Keep Your Pages Percolating with Fresh Copy

Google Friendly: Keep Your Pages Percolating with Fresh Copy

Friday, September 11, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
When it comes to food in your refrigerator, you want to keep the contents fresh. The same should go for the contents of your Web pages. No one likes moldy bologna or stale text. If you want to... Read more
The Impossible Dream: You Can Get Them to Click Banner Ads!

The Impossible Dream: You Can Get Them to Click Banner Ads!

Friday, September 4, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you use banner advertisements as part of your marketing campaigns, you might be finding that they aren’t performing as well as you’d like. Banner ads have a bad rap, according to a 2013... Read more
How to Use Giveaways to Convert Visitors Before they Get Away!

How to Use Giveaways to Convert Visitors Before they Get Away!

Thursday, August 27, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
You know you have to generate leads to keep your business running. That means finding new ways to drive more traffic to your site. More traffic means more visitors, but it doesn’t necessarily... Read more
Facebook’s 2015 Updated News Feed Impact on Marketers

Facebook’s 2015 Updated News Feed Impact on Marketers

Thursday, August 20, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
An update to Facebook's News Feed algorithm may leave some marketers scrambling. The days of free organic reach for businesses may well be behind us.Read more
Roundup Sales Leads with Off-the-Hook Blogs

Roundup Sales Leads with Off-the-Hook Blogs

Friday, July 24, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Maybe you’ve already started writing a blog and you’re monetizing your blog through affiliate marketing, but so far the dollars are not rolling in. Or perhaps you’re thinking about creating... Read more
Apps that Make your Videos Pop

Apps that Make your Videos Pop

Thursday, July 16, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you’re planning to add videos to your site and don’t have a lot of money to spend on hardware, you can save a bundle by using your smartphone in place of a dedicated video camera.Read more
HTTPS May Be Your Ticket to Boosted Ranking

HTTPS May Be Your Ticket to Boosted Ranking

Thursday, July 9, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Google normally chooses ranking signals that benefit the visitors of any given site. Great user experience tends to drive higher rankings in Google's search results. But recently, a new ranking... Read more
It’s Organic: Master Search Marketing Tactics to Drive Traffic, Get Leads

It’s Organic: Master Search Marketing Tactics to Drive Traffic, Get Leads

Thursday, July 2, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
As a marketer, you need to find the most qualified leads possible, and one of the ways to do that is through organic search results – listings on search engine results pages that appear because... Read more
Twitter C.E.O. Dick Costolo Stepping Down

Twitter C.E.O. Dick Costolo Stepping Down

Wednesday, June 17, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Dick Costolo, Twitter’s chief executive, announced on Thursday that he will be stepping down amid criticism concerning the platform’s stagnant growth. Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is... Read more
What’s Old is New: Repurpose Your Blog Posts to Generate Leads, Part 1

What’s Old is New: Repurpose Your Blog Posts to Generate Leads, Part 1

Wednesday, June 10, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Maybe you’re writing a blog and creating excellent content for it, and once it’s uploaded it stays there for readers to take in. Others may link to it and recommend it to their friends. Search... Read more
Yes, You CAN Make Money Blogging

Yes, You CAN Make Money Blogging

Thursday, June 4, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
It may sound surprising that you can make money blogging. Especially when you hear that some pro bloggers can pull down hundreds of thousands of dollars a year just by the simple act of writing... Read more
Get Moving! Mobile Video Apps for Those on the Go

Get Moving! Mobile Video Apps for Those on the Go

Thursday, May 28, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
More mobile users are watching video on their smartphones and tablets than ever before, and if you’re thinking about using mobile video in your marketing campaigns, consider this:Read more
Google Formally Accused of Antitrust Violations by EU

Google Formally Accused of Antitrust Violations by EU

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
In a formal complaint known as a Statement of Objections, the European Union now accuses Google of Antitrust violations. This comes after a five year European investigation of the search giant.... Read more
Drive High Quality Links with Content Marketing

Drive High Quality Links with Content Marketing

Thursday, May 14, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you’re like most affiliate marketers, driving traffic to your landing page is probably high up on your list of concerns. It’s this activity that brings new prospects to your site, and... Read more
Optimize Your Videos for Biggest SEO Gain

Optimize Your Videos for Biggest SEO Gain

Friday, May 1, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
You may have considered using video in your affiliate marketing efforts. You might think the cost of video production is too high for whatever SEO benefits you might receive. While your situation... Read more
Smartphone Takeover: An Update to the Google Algorithm

Smartphone Takeover: An Update to the Google Algorithm

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
“Since the dawn of time, mankind hath sought to make things smaller.” The quote that opened Erlich Bachman’s hilarious presentation on HBO’s Silicon Valley rings true outside of the... Read more
Rage to Engage: Grab More Leads with Interactive Media

Rage to Engage: Grab More Leads with Interactive Media

Thursday, April 9, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you want your site visitors to be more engaged with the content you present, you may want to remember one important word: “Interactive.” Read more
How to Create a Killer Twitter Profile that Pulls in Followers

How to Create a Killer Twitter Profile that Pulls in Followers

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
You may not realize it but your Twitter profile is like a big neon sign on a dark highway. It’s highly visible, has just a handful of words, and depending on how effective it is, can pull in... Read more
Extra Steps to Increase Your PPC Landing Page Conversions

Extra Steps to Increase Your PPC Landing Page Conversions

Thursday, March 26, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Like most marketers, you probably would love to get better PPC conversion rates. Sure, with AdWords you may be “the man,” and you might also be the grand master of landing pages. But then... Read more
Don’t Get Downgraded: Disavow those Bad Links

Don’t Get Downgraded: Disavow those Bad Links

Thursday, March 12, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
It used to be that the backlinks were like bits of Manna from heaven. The sheer quantity of them weighed heavily on your site’s Google ranking. Lots of links meant that you got pushed up closer... Read more
LinkedIn’s Updated Marketing Platform Introduces Off-Site Ads

LinkedIn’s Updated Marketing Platform Introduces Off-Site Ads

Tuesday, March 3, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Following a successful acquisition of Bizo Inc. last August, LinkedIn is now launching an updated Marketing Solutions platform that includes new lead-targeting tools and off-site ads for... Read more
Think Globally, Optimize Locally: Making the Most of SEO

Think Globally, Optimize Locally: Making the Most of SEO

Monday, February 23, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
The rules of SEO seem to change with the weather, and those who work to get better search engine results page (SERP) placement for their site are probably used to living in the ever-shifting... Read more
Organize, Strategize for Success in Lead Sales

Organize, Strategize for Success in Lead Sales

Friday, February 6, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
As an affiliate marketer who works in lead sales, you’re probably looking for any advantage you can reasonably adopt if it will help you be successful. What if you could streamline your... Read more
Implement a Content Locker to Get More Leads

Implement a Content Locker to Get More Leads

Friday, January 30, 2015
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
These days, everybody is trying to squeeze as much conversion potential from every piece of content online. But you understand the perils of attempting to game the system. You know that keyword... Read more
We're Back From Affiliate Summit West

We're Back From Affiliate Summit West

Thursday, January 22, 2015
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
We had a wonderful time at Affiliate Summit West. We had productive meetings, enlightening introductions, and delicious food. Overall, the conference was everything we hoped for and more! We even... Read more
How to Write a Great PPC Ad

How to Write a Great PPC Ad

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
They say that you only get one chance to make a good first impression. Not only does this rule apply when meeting people, it also applies to advertisements as well.Read more
Dynamic Duo: Get Leads with Email, SEO

Dynamic Duo: Get Leads with Email, SEO

Friday, January 2, 2015
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
When it comes to online marketing, some may think that email is old hat, and instead prefer to concentrate on other audience building tactics, such as SEO, content marketing and social media, to... Read more
Not a Content Creating Machine? Curate!

Not a Content Creating Machine? Curate!

Wednesday, December 24, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
You probably get it that good content helps draw visitors to your pages. Informative, useful information is a magnet for the kind of visitors you want to attract and convert.Read more
Battling Bounce with Retargeting: Marketers Get a Do-Over

Battling Bounce with Retargeting: Marketers Get a Do-Over

Monday, December 22, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Let’s say you have a landing page or two and you use them to generate leads. When visitors bounce, that is leave your page without taking any actions, you don’t necessarily have to write them... Read more
Heavyweight Bout: Traditional Publicity vs. Content Marketing

Heavyweight Bout: Traditional Publicity vs. Content Marketing

Thursday, December 18, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
You have countless options when it comes to marketing your company. You could run a TV ad, put up a billboard, or hand out fliers. You could create a blog and curate it with quality content and... Read more
Get Leads by Offering Smashing Content

Get Leads by Offering Smashing Content

Friday, December 12, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
As someone who seeks success as a lead generator, you’re probably always asking yourself how you can get more leads than you are generating now. Perhaps you are focused on finding new ways to... Read more
Is Good SEO Just Good Content?

Is Good SEO Just Good Content?

Friday, December 5, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
One of the cornerstones of affiliate marketing is SEO. Running an SEO campaign isn’t the only way to generate leads, but it is certainly one of the more common ones because of its organic nature... Read more
Seven Affiliate Marketing Potholes that You Can Avoid

Seven Affiliate Marketing Potholes that You Can Avoid

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
As an affiliate marketer, hard work and dedication can earn you substantial rewards. However, there are many different rabbit holes you can fall into along the way. You’ll probably learn a lot... Read more
Create Winning Calls to Action that Get More Leads

Create Winning Calls to Action that Get More Leads

Monday, December 1, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
What’s one of the biggest hurdles that online marketers face? Getting visitors to convert, especially the kinds of visitors that you most want to turn into leads. The all-important element of... Read more
The Slow, Sad Death of Google Glass

The Slow, Sad Death of Google Glass

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Sarah Slocum just wanted to go out for a drink with friends after work. Slocum, a San Francisco tech writer and proud Google Glass wearer, soon realized not everyone is receptive to a wearable... Read more
10 Best Types of Content You Probably Aren’t Utilizing – Part II

10 Best Types of Content You Probably Aren’t Utilizing – Part II

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
There are even more great types of content that you can use to spice up your editorial calendar. From memes to videos, less common types of content can help drive traffic to your site and... Read more
The Right Character Count to Hook Readers

The Right Character Count to Hook Readers

Tuesday, November 18, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
The next time you write a tweet, post to Facebook or compose a Google+ headline, make sure that every character counts. You probably do that anyway. Social media platforms often limit the number... Read more
The ABCs of A/B Testing

The ABCs of A/B Testing

Friday, November 14, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
The word “test” strikes fear into the hearts of many a student, and the mere mention of the word may even make you feel a little queasy. Read more
Strengthen Your Online Business Strategy to Get More Leads

Strengthen Your Online Business Strategy to Get More Leads

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
If you work as an affiliate marketer there are two things that likely apply to you. You have a well thought out online business strategy. And you would also love to get more leads.Read more
Survival Tips for Working From Home

Survival Tips for Working From Home

Tuesday, November 11, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you’re like most affiliates you probably do a fair amount of your work at home. Or, perhaps you’re considering working as an affiliate and wondering if a work at home arrangement would be... Read more
Drive Your Lead Generation Campaigns with Facebook

Drive Your Lead Generation Campaigns with Facebook

Friday, November 7, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Driving a lead generation campaign without a Facebook presence is a little like opening a store on Main Street and not putting up a sign. It can be done, but it’s probably not going to put you... Read more
10 Best Types of Content You Probably Aren’t Utilizing – Part I

10 Best Types of Content You Probably Aren’t Utilizing – Part I

Tuesday, November 4, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
They say that the hardest part of writing is getting started. And you can’t really get started until you have an idea, so we’re here to help you with that crucial first step.Read more
A Good Yarn Can Fuel Your Lead Generation Success

A Good Yarn Can Fuel Your Lead Generation Success

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Once upon a time there was an online content marketer who never seemed able to move his business up to the next level. He believed in the no-nonsense approach to marketing, so his content always... Read more
How to Generate Sales Leads Online

How to Generate Sales Leads Online

Monday, October 27, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
You may have heard that affiliate marketers have the potential to make large sums of money by generating sales leads online. In fact, Forrester Consulting predicts that the affiliate marketing... Read more
It’s a Date! Create Content Events to get Leads

It’s a Date! Create Content Events to get Leads

Thursday, October 23, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you use content marketing to get leads, you’re probably a busy person. You write blog and social media posts galore. You might also create short videos for online presentation and you could... Read more
What is a Lead Broker?

What is a Lead Broker?

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
As an affiliate marketer, you deal mostly in lead generation. But, if you're not working directly with an affiliate network or a lead buyer, you may find yourself in need of a lead broker.Read more
Tips for Creating Content that Drives Your Business’s Growth

Tips for Creating Content that Drives Your Business’s Growth

Thursday, October 16, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
There’s a ton on content on the Web, and that’s great for those who are looking for news, information and entertainment. But for marketers, that means a lot of electronic media is competing... Read more
A Crash Course in Exclusive Leads

A Crash Course in Exclusive Leads

Thursday, October 9, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
By now you are familiar with leads that you can purchase, and leads that you can organically generate. Now it is time to learn about exclusive leads. What are exclusive leads? How are exclusive... Read more
How to Come up With the Best Content Ideas

How to Come up With the Best Content Ideas

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Many affiliate marketers would agree that the best way to attract qualified visitors is by posting high quality content. When you post material that will interest your target audience you will... Read more
11 Ways to Generate Leads Online – Part I

11 Ways to Generate Leads Online – Part I

Monday, October 6, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Organic lead generation can prove an effective way to gather leads. By using the tactics outlined below you may find that the leads you generate might convert in larger quantities and potentially... Read more
Content Promotion Can Boost Sales Lead Generation

Content Promotion Can Boost Sales Lead Generation

Wednesday, October 1, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
As an online marketer you probably realize the value of good content, and you strive to post it on your website. But once you have posted high quality content, how do you ensure that the qualified... Read more
Create Content That Drives Marketing Lead Generation Campaigns

Create Content That Drives Marketing Lead Generation Campaigns

Monday, September 15, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you’re interested in marketing lead generation, you probably want to know how you can attract high-quality leads that will earn you the income you’re looking for. There are a number of... Read more
Consider This Before You Buy Leads Online

Consider This Before You Buy Leads Online

Monday, September 8, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Why go through the work of organically generating leads when you can just purchase leads online? The concept sounds enticing. For a few bucks you could have a large list of fresh leads. But are... Read more
A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Getting ‘Free’ Leads

A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Getting ‘Free’ Leads

Friday, September 5, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Businesses want hassle-free leads that will convert quickly. They may be tempted to seek out “free” leads from sites that offer them, but that usually doesn’t work well. Instead, it’s... Read more
Tips on Choosing an Affiliate Network Based on their Lead Distribution Software

Tips on Choosing an Affiliate Network Based on their Lead Distribution Software

Tuesday, September 2, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Staying organized and communicating effectively is essential for any affiliate marketing network. There are a number of variables that successful affiliate networks need to stay on top of. As an... Read more
The Future of Online Lead Generation and the Self-Directed Buyer

The Future of Online Lead Generation and the Self-Directed Buyer

Thursday, August 28, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
It’s not a phenomenon when someone finds your site not because you advertised to them but because they are looking for the product that you sell; although, it seems like it would be.Read more
Podcast Your Way to a Lead Generation Bonanza!

Podcast Your Way to a Lead Generation Bonanza!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you’ve wondered what being a radio announcer is like, podcasting may provide you with the opportunity to find out. With podcasting, you can create an audio program that you can upload weekly,... Read more
Useful Tips from Famous Affiliate Marketing Blogs

Useful Tips from Famous Affiliate Marketing Blogs

Monday, August 25, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Every affiliate marketer could use a little motivational shot in the arm from some of the top affiliate marketing blogs out there. We’ve compiled a few quick and useful tips to help you align... Read more
Services to look for when choosing a Lead Company

Services to look for when choosing a Lead Company

Thursday, August 21, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
You drive your affiliate business on sales. And sales are made only after you find leads. When cultivated well, a lead can become a sale or even multiple sales over time. You may think it is... Read more
How to Choose the Perfect Lead Management Software

How to Choose the Perfect Lead Management Software

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
There is no way to overestimate the importance of organization. No matter how good your memory is, you always run the risk of forgetting some small detail that will prove to be important later or... Read more
Create Irresistible Content to Capture Leads

Create Irresistible Content to Capture Leads

Monday, August 18, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Let's say that your website gets a lot of traffic. Visitors turn up in droves and your search engine ranking is on the uptick. While some webmasters brag about the number of unique visitors they... Read more
Five Simple Ways to Maximize Your Web-Lead-Generation Potential

Five Simple Ways to Maximize Your Web-Lead-Generation Potential

Thursday, July 24, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Your website has the potential to be a powerful lead-generation tool. But you must first create an irresistible landing page that draws in leads and persuades them to convert. This may sound like... Read more
Generating Solid Multi-Level Marketing Leads

Generating Solid Multi-Level Marketing Leads

Monday, July 21, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Businesses need a steady flow of leads to survive or else they’ll run out of people who are interested in purchasing their product or service. That’s why it’s important for lead generators... Read more
Tracking Leads From Start to Finish

Tracking Leads From Start to Finish

Thursday, July 17, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
Generating leads is all well and good, but if you aren't tracking them, you’re doing yourself and your business a huge disservice. Read more
Quality Sales Leads

Quality Sales Leads

Monday, July 14, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
The wide availability of sales leads on the Internet requires a qualification process to weed out the leads worth your time. Before the Internet, salespeople would spend a great deal of time with... Read more
Making a Splash in Payday Loan Lead Generation

Making a Splash in Payday Loan Lead Generation

Thursday, July 10, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Leads are the lifeblood of sales, and most companies, including payday loan firms, cannot remain competitive without them. That’s why they need to connect with effective lead generators, who can... Read more
Top Tactics to Help You Get Leads

Top Tactics to Help You Get Leads

Monday, July 7, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
As an online marketer you benefit from each lead that you collect. You must get leads to earn money, so it stands to reason that the more efficient you can be in leads collection the better your... Read more
What Is a Sales Lead?

What Is a Sales Lead?

Tuesday, July 1, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Before starting up your affiliate career, it is important to familiarize yourself with the most ubiquitous term in affiliate marketing: sales lead. If the term sales lead is unfamiliar to you,... Read more
PPC Strategies to Help You Generate More Finance Leads

PPC Strategies to Help You Generate More Finance Leads

Friday, June 27, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you're trying to generate finance leads, you know that it can be challenging to find the right kinds of prospects. When seeking out finance leads, you may need to find potential customers who... Read more
Tips to Improve your Online Lead Tracking

Tips to Improve your Online Lead Tracking

Wednesday, June 18, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
You may be wondering how prospects are finding you, and if that’s the case you’re probably missing out on opportunities to improve your online advertising campaigns.Read more
Sales Lead List 101

Sales Lead List 101

Friday, June 13, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
As a marketer there are fewer resources more valuable than your sales leads list. Much of your time is dedicated to prospecting and collecting new leads, but your efforts won’t be nearly as... Read more
What Makes a Great Affiliate Network

What Makes a Great Affiliate Network

Thursday, June 12, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
Variety is the spice of life, but having too many choices can be overwhelming. At a restaurant, when a menu is too big, making a decision can be harder than if you only had a few choices.Read more
Using Metrics to Drive Your Marketing Lead Campaign Forward

Using Metrics to Drive Your Marketing Lead Campaign Forward

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Marketers often tout the importance of metrics for measuring success when using marketing leads. Metrics play an important role in all aspects of marketing, and that includes running a marketing... Read more
Propel Your Lead Generation Campaigns with Must-See Content

Propel Your Lead Generation Campaigns with Must-See Content

Friday, June 6, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
You may find that some SEO techniques that used to help you generate leads are no longer paying off in higher Google rankings. Or, let’s say you’re having some success with PPC campaigns but... Read more
Pick the Right Affiliate Network for Amplified Lead Generation

Pick the Right Affiliate Network for Amplified Lead Generation

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Affiliate marketing can provide a good way to earn money from home. You may not become a tycoon overnight, but over time it can provide additional cash, if not become a main source of income.Read more
Not All Clicks are Created Equal in PPC Advertising

Not All Clicks are Created Equal in PPC Advertising

Friday, May 30, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
We’ve all heard the term pay per click. We know PPC is one of the most popular forms of online advertising. We know that advertising makes up 97% of the revenue for Google, the majority of that... Read more
Getting Started in Lead Generation with an Affiliate Network

Getting Started in Lead Generation with an Affiliate Network

Thursday, May 29, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Affiliate marketers typically publish ads or links on their sites to promote products or generate leads. They aim to attract visitors who may be interested in the kinds of products or services... Read more
The Best Lead Generation Tools on the Internet

The Best Lead Generation Tools on the Internet

Thursday, May 22, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
One of the biggest benefits of the Internet is that there is help for everything that you might want to do. From calligraphy lessons to programming tutorials, you can find tools for whatever you... Read more
Boosting Your Lead Generation Campaign with Social Media

Boosting Your Lead Generation Campaign with Social Media

Monday, May 19, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Too often, businesses see their social media campaigns as little more than mandatory public image boosters. Engage with others via electronic media, or be ruled irrelevant. Apart from that, many... Read more
Generating Sales Leads with Click-to-Call

Generating Sales Leads with Click-to-Call

Friday, May 16, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Most affiliates know that posting an easy-to-use Web page with interesting content is a good way to attract visitors to a page to generate leads. But they might be surprised to learn that the most... Read more
Go Viral or Go Home: Easy Ways to Get Them Sharing Your Content

Go Viral or Go Home: Easy Ways to Get Them Sharing Your Content

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
It used to be that all you had to do was create quality content and your site would stand apart from others. Sharply written material by itself stood a good chance of drawing in a host of... Read more
Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part Four

Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part Four

Monday, May 12, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Your online business thrives on inbound traffic. Increasing traffic to your site helps sell leads. Once, you only needed to build a legitimate email list of people wanting to hear from you. But... Read more
Optimizing Your PPC Campaign for Lead Generation

Optimizing Your PPC Campaign for Lead Generation

Friday, May 9, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
PPC, or Pay per Click, is a model for Internet advertising where a webmaster advertises on a website and for every click of the ad, the webmaster pays the owner of the website being advertised on. Read more
Spotlight on Lead Generation Companies

Spotlight on Lead Generation Companies

Tuesday, May 6, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
There was a time where generating leads required a mountain of time. Each affiliate marketer would need to spend his entire day searching for potential leads. Now, with the power of the Internet,... Read more
Lead Generation and the Future of Marketing

Lead Generation and the Future of Marketing

Monday, May 5, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
“Hello, is this Mr. Smith? I’d like to talk to you about your long distance provider.” These, or similar words, are ones that most people have heard before and never want to hear again.... Read more
Automate Your Process with Lead Generation Software

Automate Your Process with Lead Generation Software

Friday, May 2, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
We’re all busy. From running errands to picking the kids up at school, we’re running ourselves ragged in the name of productivity. So as an affiliate marketer, it may be time to consider... Read more
Script an Irresistible Video Everyone Will Want to Share

Script an Irresistible Video Everyone Will Want to Share

Friday, May 2, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Maybe you’re thinking about creating a marketing video but don't know how to get started. The first step is to write a script for a video that your target audience will find appealing and will... Read more
Simple Ways to Up Your Email Marketing List

Simple Ways to Up Your Email Marketing List

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Marketers can use a number of channels to catch a prospect’s attention, including social media, direct mail, fax, broadcast, webcast and email, to name a few. These days, social media seems to... Read more
Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part 3

Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part 3

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Your online business thrives on inbound traffic, so increasing that traffic will help increase lead sales. Once, you only needed to build a legitimate email list of people wanting to hear from you... Read more
Second-Tier Networks and Your Lead Generation Strategy

Second-Tier Networks and Your Lead Generation Strategy

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
A lead generator must come up with a steady flow of leads, but acquiring those leads can be costly. One strategy to reduce the cost is to work with second-tier ad networks. If managed properly,... Read more
Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part Two

Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part Two

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Your online business lives and dies by your site’s traffic. Your efforts to increase traffic helps you sell leads, but do you understand how your marketing emails affect your site’s traffic?... Read more
Content Shares: Marketing’s Holy Grail or Fool’s Gold?

Content Shares: Marketing’s Holy Grail or Fool’s Gold?

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
You work hard to create good content that will catch readers’ eyes. And when visitors share your content your reach is extended, getting your message out to a broader audience and taking... Read more
How to Create Your Own YouTube Channel

How to Create Your Own YouTube Channel

Monday, April 21, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you are wondering whether or not your firm should be posting video on YouTube, here are some statistics you ought to think about: According to YouTube more than 1 billion unique users visit... Read more
Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part 1

Email Marketing Tips for Increased Lead Sales – Part 1

Thursday, April 17, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
As a marketer, you live and die by traffic. You’ve got to generate traffic to get sales leads, but do you understand what effect your marketing emails are having on your site’s traffic? Have... Read more
A User's Guide to Facebook Ads

A User's Guide to Facebook Ads

Friday, April 11, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
Let’s face it, advertising makes the internet go round. Advertising is one of the best and most popular ways to make money online. Advertising platforms make money when websites buy ad space,... Read more
12 Top Design Trends That May Improve Your Conversion Rates

12 Top Design Trends That May Improve Your Conversion Rates

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Once you’ve gotten visitors to land on your site, you’ve still got to convince them to take the extra step and click on a link, buy something, leave their information or whatever else you want... Read more
Social Media Metric Mirage

Social Media Metric Mirage

Friday, March 28, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Focusing on seemingly influential social media metrics such as followers and likes can be enticing. From an early age we've had the concept of popularity driven deep into our psyche. We're told we... Read more
Social Media Platforms: What Works Best For You

Social Media Platforms: What Works Best For You

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
It's not an exaggeration to say that social media has exponentially gained importance in the past few years.Read more
5 Essential Things to Do for a Better Google PPC Campaign

5 Essential Things to Do for a Better Google PPC Campaign

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
By Inna Porter, Marketing Research Assistant
AdWords has become one of the most popular Pay-Per-Click (PPC) platforms in the world. It allows you to advertise on the Google Network which includes Google’s search engine, partners Youtube... Read more
The Anatomy of a Marketing Email

The Anatomy of a Marketing Email

Friday, March 14, 2014
By Tatyana Levin, Copywriter
Email marketing is a phrase that is constantly thrown around. It sounds so simple, but it can be quite involved. Read more
The Biggest PPC Platforms in the World: Which One Should You Choose?

The Biggest PPC Platforms in the World: Which One Should You Choose?

Monday, March 10, 2014
By Inna Porter, Marketing Research Assistant
If you want to increase traffic to your website and convert that traffic into leads, you may want to try Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising. With so many different types of PPC services on the... Read more
A Beginner’s Guide to Launching Your Social Media Marketing Campaign

A Beginner’s Guide to Launching Your Social Media Marketing Campaign

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
If you’ve been paying any attention to the media in recent years, you’ve probably gotten the message that being on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and the like, opens a world of... Read more
How to Start Monetizing Your Website

How to Start Monetizing Your Website

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Anybody can have a website. But it takes a bit of work, know-how, and patience to actually start generating income from your site. As a prospective affiliate marketer, you may be searching for a... Read more
The Benefits of Going White Hat

The Benefits of Going White Hat

Monday, March 3, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Whenever you talk about choosing between black hat SEO tactics and white hat SEO techniques, the difference between the two usually boils down to two basic questions: Do you need results right now?Read more
How to Stop Generating Invalid Traffic

How to Stop Generating Invalid Traffic

Friday, February 28, 2014
By Inna Porter, Marketing Research Assistant
Imagine that you own a small store selling great products at a reasonable price. However, people come to your store and complain that the prices are too high and the selection is too limited.... Read more
Pinterest for Affiliate Marketers

Pinterest for Affiliate Marketers

Monday, February 24, 2014
By Chaz Wilke, Content Writer
Pinterest is a fantastic social platform for sharing favorite crafts, recipes and pictures. The marketing potential for this platform is rich, but there are specific ways you need to go about... Read more
Keep Your Emails out of the Spam Folder

Keep Your Emails out of the Spam Folder

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
By Paul Parcellin, Copywriter
Even if you are new to online marketing, you probably know that emails can sometimes land in a recipient’s spam folder instead of the inbox. Internet service providers regularly screen incoming... Read more
Google's Hummingbird Algorithm Update:  What does it mean?

Google's Hummingbird Algorithm Update: What does it mean?

Friday, October 18, 2013
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This may come as a surprise but Google released an algorithm change at the end of September 2013 and no one seems to be up in arms about it. The update appears to be more of a back end change... Read more
Building better Thank-you pages

Building better Thank-you pages

Friday, October 18, 2013
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Your customer has just converted. In other words, they have purchased your product or signed up for a webinar or white paper. Your next step should be sending the customer a thank-you page and... Read more
Ban on most robocalls and text messaging began October 16, 2013

Ban on most robocalls and text messaging began October 16, 2013

Friday, October 18, 2013
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New rules from the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) impacting text messaging and robocalls went into effect Wednesday, October 16, 2013. Read more
The Bare Minimum.  The Three E-mails you need to send

The Bare Minimum. The Three E-mails you need to send

Friday, October 18, 2013
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At the very least there are three e-mails you should send to your customers. I will add that you could use this structure at the beginning of your social media campaigns as well. These three... Read more
The Do's and Don'ts of E-mail subject lines

The Do's and Don'ts of E-mail subject lines

Friday, October 18, 2013
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Do you want to improve your e-mail's success rates? One of the first things you can do is consult with an expert. Allow us to introduce you. Recently MailChimp analyzed the open rates of more... Read more
The 2013 ways to make your website better

The 2013 ways to make your website better

Friday, October 4, 2013
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Websites are different from retail stores in a similar way that television is different from radio. Allow me to explain. Television differs from radio mostly by the use of pictures. This is a... Read more
Use seasons, geography, people and traditions to improve your links

Use seasons, geography, people and traditions to improve your links

Friday, October 4, 2013
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Sometimes we are so focused on link building that is industry-specific that we forget that there are some other very important things that impact our customers' lives. The seasons, geographic... Read more
What's the future of online engagement?

What's the future of online engagement?

Friday, October 4, 2013
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A great article from Matt Kapko of clickz.com asked, "is ad tech (advertising technology) living in the past?" He conducted an interview with HubSpot CMO Mike Volpe who believes the "ad tech"... Read more
Google adds new metric to AdWords

Google adds new metric to AdWords

Friday, October 4, 2013
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Want to know how many people bought from you after clicking on an AdWords advertisement? Now you can. Google is adding "estimated number of conversions" to the list of metrics available to... Read more
E-Mail Marketing becoming its own discipline

E-Mail Marketing becoming its own discipline

Friday, October 4, 2013
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ISP's (Internet Service Providers) are becoming to e-mail what search engines are to websites. The big ISP's of the world (Google, Yahoo and Hotmail) are studying e-mails more closely all the... Read more
Payday Loan Customer Profiles Evolve

Payday Loan Customer Profiles Evolve

Friday, October 4, 2013
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Non-bank or non-traditional credit use is on the rise and it's not on the rise for traditional users of the product. Married couples with incomes over $75,000 are using these products more and... Read more
Tablet shipments increase in Russia

Tablet shipments increase in Russia

Friday, October 4, 2013
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It was reported by WebProNews that it's expected that tablet shipments to Russia will surpass PC shipments in the coming holiday season. As reported by market research firm IDC, PC shipments to... Read more
Content Marketing Advice from the Experts

Content Marketing Advice from the Experts

Friday, October 4, 2013
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If you asked twenty SEO experts for the best content marketing advice that they could give, what would it be? It's easy to summarize many of the responses found in the article from Heidi Cohen... Read more
CFPB Head Richard Cordray in his own words

CFPB Head Richard Cordray in his own words

Friday, October 4, 2013
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In an interview with Danielle Douglas of The Washington Post, Richard Cordray, head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), answered pointed questions about the direction of the CFPB... Read more
Smartphone sales cycle slows

Smartphone sales cycle slows

Friday, October 4, 2013
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For a number of years, consumers worldwide have jumped on virtually every smartphone upgrade release. It didn't matter if was Samsung's Galaxy or the apple 4 or 4S, people literally waited in... Read more
15% of U.S. adults do not use the internet.  Who are these people?

15% of U.S. adults do not use the internet. Who are these people?

Friday, October 4, 2013
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A recent Pew Research Center study revealed that 15% of Americans aged 18 and older, do not use the internet. Read more
Google Trends can help with SEO

Google Trends can help with SEO

Friday, September 13, 2013
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When is the last time you visited Google Trends? If it's been a while, you should visit again soon. An article from Chuck Price which appeared on SearchEngineWatch.com acted as a reminder for me... Read more
If marketing is about one thing, what is that thing?

If marketing is about one thing, what is that thing?

Friday, September 13, 2013
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So…what is the "one thing" that marketing is about?Read more
Favored link building tools

Favored link building tools

Friday, August 30, 2013
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If you asked 55 industry professionals which SEO tools for link bullding campaigns they can't do without, what ones do you think they'd choose? That's the question that Richard Marriot recently... Read more
Mobile statistics to consider

Mobile statistics to consider

Friday, August 30, 2013
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A recent report from Business Insider Intelligence provides a thorough picture of the mobile industry and its incredible impact on virtually everything. Some of these numbers are staggering to... Read more

"Do Not Track" effort takes a hit

Friday, August 30, 2013
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The Co-chair of the Tracking Protection Working Group (TPWG,) Peter Swire, is leaving his post for a new one in the Obama administration. The TPWG has been one of the two lead groups working on a... Read more
Do you have a quality, small, but low ranking website?  Google wants to hear from you

Do you have a quality, small, but low ranking website? Google wants to hear from you

Friday, August 30, 2013
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In what could be described as a sign that Google might actually listen to webmasters now and then, they are asking for quality "Mom and Pop sites" with low rankings to submit their site to Google... Read more
If you’ve transferred your AdWords account to bing…watch out

If you’ve transferred your AdWords account to bing…watch out

Friday, August 23, 2013
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Yes, you can transfer your AdWords account information to bing, but should you? It will absolutely save you some time, which is reason enough, but if you do so, here are four warnings that will... Read more
Reports that tech and marketing should share

Reports that tech and marketing should share

Friday, August 23, 2013
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The longer you work in the online marketing business, the more you realize how important and symbiotic the relationship is between the marketing and tech departments. Adam Singer wrote a post for... Read more
Forget about Social Media…if you meet these criteria

Forget about Social Media…if you meet these criteria

Friday, August 23, 2013
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I have long been a believer that not all businesses need a social media presence. I know what you’re thinking, “but that’s where the consumers are.” Yes, but unless you know what... Read more
E-Mail testing:  What’s important?

E-Mail testing: What’s important?

Friday, August 23, 2013
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Yes, writing a good subject line is important, but there many more elements that go into a successful e-mail campaign. A recent post by Jeanne Jennings on clickz.com highlighted some of them.... Read more
Yahoo sites get more visits than Google’s

Yahoo sites get more visits than Google’s

Friday, August 23, 2013
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For the first time in two years, Yahoo's sites gained slightly more traffic than Google's in July 2013. This marks the first time this has happened since Marissa Mayer took over as CEO of Yahoo. Read more
Do users know the difference between organic search and paid?

Do users know the difference between organic search and paid?

Friday, August 16, 2013
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Wouldn’t we like to know? Yes, but apparently finding the answer is not as easy as one might think. Jessica Lee, in an article for SearchEngineWatch.com reported on the results of two studies.... Read more
The “Do Not Track” debate rages on

The “Do Not Track” debate rages on

Friday, August 16, 2013
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ICANN can…add website suffixes

ICANN can…add website suffixes

Friday, August 16, 2013
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ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has announced a plan to create a series new website suffixes (like .com, .net, .gov, etc.), and releasing twenty each week, raising... Read more
Improving your Call-to-Action

Improving your Call-to-Action

Friday, August 16, 2013
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We’re in the online marketing business, so an effective call-to-action (CTA) is imperative. Now that I’ve stated the obvious, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty of making them better.... Read more
Creating “totally awesome, thoroughly optimized, nuggets of magic” landing pages

Creating “totally awesome, thoroughly optimized, nuggets of magic” landing pages

Friday, August 16, 2013
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Do you think I went overboard on the title? So what! Sometime you just gotta have some fun. The following article is inspired by Stoney deGeyter’s article entitled, “Why my optimized... Read more
How CAPTCHA’s affect conversions

How CAPTCHA’s affect conversions

Friday, August 16, 2013
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The answer to this is simple. CAPTCHAs negatively affect conversion rates. But, they have a purpose beyond simple conversions. Their goal is of course to stop computer robots, thus preventing... Read more
Search Engine Marketing…where’s it going?

Search Engine Marketing…where’s it going?

Friday, August 16, 2013
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Like all forms of marketing, search engine marketing continues to evolve. When one spoke of search engines, one almost exclusively meant Google. With two of every three searches conducted on... Read more
Some thoughts on link building and content marketing

Some thoughts on link building and content marketing

Friday, August 16, 2013
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Link building and content marketing are morphing into their own discipline of marketing. Read more
FTC Urges Search Engine Revisions

FTC Urges Search Engine Revisions

Monday, August 12, 2013
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent letters to the major search engines as well as a number of specialty search engines addressing their concerns about the separation of advertising and... Read more
Lesser known Google Products

Lesser known Google Products

Monday, August 12, 2013
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In case you missed it, Mike Tek wrote an extensive article covering some lesser known Google tools which appeared on Moz.com. It’s worth checking out, but here’s a summary. Read more
Use your target market’s needs to drive content

Use your target market’s needs to drive content

Monday, August 12, 2013
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A recent article on DMConfidential.com reminded us of the importance of using your target market (personas) to drive your site creation. This makes for a good time to review some of the things... Read more
What are the chances of Bing passing Google?

What are the chances of Bing passing Google?

Monday, August 12, 2013
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The gut reaction is “What, are you out of your mind?” But, a closer examination might give reasons for hope for Microsoft and Bing fans. Chris Crum of WebProNews recently wrote an extensive... Read more
The changing definition of SEO

The changing definition of SEO

Monday, August 12, 2013
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The definition of SEO in 2006 is not the same as it is in 2013, nor will it be the same in 2015. I knew this, but it became even more clear when I read an article on iBlogZone.com by Krystian... Read more
5 websites get over 20% of all searches

5 websites get over 20% of all searches

Monday, August 12, 2013
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SAY WHAT? That was my reaction too. There’s more, but let me set this up first. I came across an article on inc.com from Erik Sherman where he shared the cold hard facts about search. His... Read more
Google Surveys & how they can help you

Google Surveys & how they can help you

Monday, August 12, 2013
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In another article this week regarding lesser known Google products, we mentioned Google Surveys and their effectiveness in allowing you to talk to people outside your usual circle of clients and... Read more
Millennials use non-traditional banking services

Millennials use non-traditional banking services

Monday, August 12, 2013
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The growth of alternative banking services has exploded in the last decade. When the history of non-traditional banking in the early 21st century is written, expect its increased use to be tied... Read more
How Facebook Hashtags benefit advertisers

How Facebook Hashtags benefit advertisers

Monday, August 12, 2013
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In June 2013, Facebook announced the introduction of functional hashtags to the network. Currently, they are available to a small audience but will "roll them out more broadly in the coming weeks." Read more
Is David Ogilvy still Relevant?

Is David Ogilvy still Relevant?

Monday, August 12, 2013
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David Ogilvy, for those of you unfamiliar with him, is considered the "father of modern advertising." He was the founder of one of the most successful advertising agencies of all time, Ogilvy &... Read more
DuckDuckGo reaches two million, then three million searches

DuckDuckGo reaches two million, then three million searches

Monday, August 12, 2013
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No sooner did DuckDuckGo.com, the tiny search engine that could, announce that they surpassed two-million daily searches, they passed three million. On June 10, 2013 they surpassed two million... Read more
Do stock photos hurt search rankings?

Do stock photos hurt search rankings?

Monday, August 12, 2013
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“Does using stock photos on your page have a negative effect on your ranking? To the best of my knowledge the answer is no. Do original photos help help you? To the best of my knowledge it... Read more
New SEO Affiliate?  Here's a Primer

New SEO Affiliate? Here's a Primer

Monday, August 12, 2013
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Did you know that Google offers an online course of sorts to help you become better at SEO? They do and it's called Webmaster Academy. Read more
Replace poor website content?

Replace poor website content?

Monday, August 12, 2013
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Here's the ultimate SEO dilemma…you have a page on your website that performs well on SEO, but you know it stinks. It has old-school keyword stuffing, a lousy link or two, or is just not the... Read more
Is it possible to please customers and Google with your website?

Is it possible to please customers and Google with your website?

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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Yes, it is absolutely possible to make both site visitors and Google happy simultaneously. But that doesn't mean it doesn't take some hard work and a little finesse. I'm an old school marketing... Read more
Google targets Payday Loans in search

Google targets Payday Loans in search

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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As we mentioned in an earlier post, Google will soon be launching a new search algorithm coming called Penquin 2.0 which will target black hat SEO and advertorials specifically. At least those... Read more
Pennsylvania introduces bill for scaled short term loans

Pennsylvania introduces bill for scaled short term loans

Tuesday, July 9, 2013
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A new plan to allow short term lending in the state of Pennsylvania has been introduced in the legislature, but has a caveat or two has been added for payday loan opposition. Read more
Google warns news sites about advertisements

Google warns news sites about advertisements

Tuesday, July 9, 2013
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Google has threatened to remove sites that do not clearly label ads as ads from Google News. Here's what the Google News blog said, Read more
What FreeLancer.com can do for you

What FreeLancer.com can do for you

Tuesday, July 9, 2013
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Are you looking to develop a new website? Maybe you bought some online ads, but need someone to design them for you? Or your site is designed but you need someone to develop and write content.... Read more
Tracking systems breakdown

Tracking systems breakdown

Tuesday, July 9, 2013
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More conversion tips

More conversion tips

Friday, June 21, 2013
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I am a frequent reader of Neil Patel of Quicksprout.com because I often find articles like this one where he provides some excellent "quick conversion tips" for Affiliate Marketers. Allow me to... Read more
Mobile Advertising:  What does it look like and where is it going?

Mobile Advertising: What does it look like and where is it going?

Friday, May 31, 2013
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There are now more mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) than PC’s. This is important to the Affiliate Marketer because you target, reach and advertise differently to a mobile customer than... Read more
New Facebook Feed

New Facebook Feed

Friday, May 31, 2013
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The details are still emerging, but a couple things are clear in the Facebook News Feed layout. The photos and videos will be getting bigger and the feed will now look the same across all... Read more
Help yourself to become a better marketer

Help yourself to become a better marketer

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Most of us, affiliate marketers that is, aren’t lucky enough to have teams. We are usually our own marketing teams. Teams of one. But that doesn’t mean his tips can’t be useful. Read more
 Federal Trade Commission recommends implementation of mobile safeguards

Federal Trade Commission recommends implementation of mobile safeguards

Friday, May 31, 2013
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On Friday, March 8, 2013, the FTC issued a report called “Paper, Plastic…or Mobile?” which encourages companies to establish and maintain mobile transaction safeguards. The purpose is to... Read more
Understanding Google

Understanding Google

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Neil Patel of QuickSprout.com is certainly a knowledgeable pro in the field of SEO, so when he writes an article about the importance of understanding Google, it’s our job to share it with you. Read more
You’ve written the next great website article…what’s next?

You’ve written the next great website article…what’s next?

Friday, May 31, 2013
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It’s beautiful isn’t it? You’ve just written the next great piece of content marketing. You can’t help but stare and admire it. Okay, okay. Maybe I’m going a little overboard, but... Read more
Social Media Advertising

Social Media Advertising

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Social media is one of the great marketing unknowns. Some campaigns can be tracked and defined as successful or not, but for the vast majority of companies, determining whether or not social... Read more
WordPress SEO Plugins

WordPress SEO Plugins

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Thank you MarketingZeus.com and Charles Forster for gathering this list of SEO plugins for WordPress. In the affiliate marketing business there’s little that more important on the back end of... Read more
The importance of linking to your own content

The importance of linking to your own content

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Much of the talk about the SEO benefits to gathering links centers on inbound links (where people link to you.) These links are undoubtedly valuable, but there are benefits to linking to articles... Read more
Tumblr…What is it and how much?

Tumblr…What is it and how much?

Friday, May 31, 2013
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With the help of Doug Aamoth and Techland.time.com allow me to first define what Tumblr is, for those of you who are not aware. It's a blog hosting network. It's a lot like a combination of... Read more
Establishing Authorship is important to your Search position

Establishing Authorship is important to your Search position

Friday, May 31, 2013
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It's been a year or so since Google actually voiced the idea that having authorship set up with Google+ helps you in the search results. After a year, research is showing that this is in fact the... Read more
Deliver better results with your Adwords account

Deliver better results with your Adwords account

Friday, May 31, 2013
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If you drive your Affiliate Marketing business by PPC (pay-per-click) you are at the mercy of AdWords and it's imperative that it deliver the best results possible. You can hardly spend enough... Read more
It’s May 2013, so what’s going on with Social Media

It’s May 2013, so what’s going on with Social Media

Monday, May 20, 2013
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Are you doing a/b testing right?

Are you doing a/b testing right?

Monday, May 20, 2013
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a/b testing is so important. In many cases, it’s the difference between being a successful Affiliate Marketer and one who’s just so-so. That’s why doing it correctly is of utmost... Read more
Your SEO is stalled.  What should you do?

Your SEO is stalled. What should you do?

Monday, May 20, 2013
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Is your competition killing you in SEO? It’s time to get back to basics. Begin by researching what your competition is doing. There are a number of free or nearly free tools that will allow... Read more
The status of real time bidding on mobile ad networks

The status of real time bidding on mobile ad networks

Monday, May 20, 2013
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Real time bidding (RTB) for video advertising is the latest method of placing your video ads on websites. According to an article on clickz.com based on a report by Forrester Research, RTB is the... Read more
Over half of Bing searchers click the first result

Over half of Bing searchers click the first result

Monday, May 13, 2013
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According to information released by bing in April 2013 more than half of searchers click on the first search result. We assumed the figure was high, but not that much. The number goes even... Read more
Google adds new tools to AdWords

Google adds new tools to AdWords

Monday, May 13, 2013
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In April 2013 Google announced the addition of new tools for display advertisers. They are the Google Display Planner and two new reports called: Demographic Performance and Placement Performance. Read more
Google Now is NOW on iOS

Google Now is NOW on iOS

Monday, May 13, 2013
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Google Now is an enhanced search tool, but much more than that. It is trying (you be the judge as to whether or not it works) to be the bridge between search and an all-encompassing mobile... Read more
Self-Serve advertising on Twitter available to all

Self-Serve advertising on Twitter available to all

Monday, May 13, 2013
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Advertising on twitter which was previously by invitation only, is now available to everyone. The company started the program in March 2012 with a handful of custom-chosen clients in order to... Read more
Getting the most from your press releases

Getting the most from your press releases

Monday, May 13, 2013
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To press release or not press release, that is the question. The answer by the way is yes, press release. Then what? That’s the subject of this article. Making sure that you get the most... Read more
Improving mobile e-mail marketing

Improving mobile e-mail marketing

Monday, May 13, 2013
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I’m a marketer, but I’m a consumer too. One of the reasons I think I’m a half-decent marketer is that I pay attention to how I’m treated as a consumer. I pay attention to the things that... Read more
E-Media Marketing

E-Media Marketing

Monday, May 13, 2013
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I’ve decided to coin a new phrase for non-traditional media; that is media that is not radio, TV, newspapers, billboards, etc. E-media is the phrase and it refers to media that is in most cases... Read more
Search traffic to BuzzFeed Publishers down 20%

Search traffic to BuzzFeed Publishers down 20%

Monday, May 13, 2013
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Buzz Feed reported that traffic from Google to their publisher feeds dropped by 30% between August 2012 and March 2013. Buzz Feed publishers include the Huffington Post, Newsweek Daily Beast,... Read more
An aid to Content Marketers:  Google’s Think Insights

An aid to Content Marketers: Google’s Think Insights

Monday, April 29, 2013
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Google released a new version of Think Insights on March 14, 2013. This is a site devoted to providing “insight and inspiration” for advertisers and agencies. There’s plenty here for... Read more
How Google makes money from mobile

How Google makes money from mobile

Monday, April 29, 2013
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If it’s one thing Google knows how to do, it’s make money. So it’s always educational when I see an article about how they do it. I found this article by Larry Kim on the Wordstream blog... Read more
Will Facebook home be the dominant player?

Will Facebook home be the dominant player?

Monday, April 29, 2013
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So Facebook’s “Home” has been introduced and the dust has settled so to speak. So what do we think about it? That this could well be the game changer of mobile, that’s all. Read more
Website designs that are easy on the eyes

Website designs that are easy on the eyes

Monday, April 29, 2013
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Sometimes we get so concerned about search engines we end up designing sites for them, rather than the people who might actually buy from us. I understand, I mean, we are affiliate marketers... Read more
Tips to surviving in a “content” world

Tips to surviving in a “content” world

Monday, April 29, 2013
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Hubspot.com recently gathered quotes from some of marketing’s leaders regarding content creation and the whole content marketing arena. In case you missed them here are a few of the gems. Read more
Awesome tips for improving your landing pages

Awesome tips for improving your landing pages

Monday, April 29, 2013
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All of us in the affiliate marketing business are also online shoppers, information gatherers, fun seekers, etc. We use the internet a lot and know that we love some sites and hate others. We... Read more
Google Keep challenges Evernote

Google Keep challenges Evernote

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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Google has officially debuted “Keep” a note taking service which replaces “Notebook” and directly challenges “Evernote” in the mobile note taking business. “Keep” stores... Read more
Google bans phone numbers from AdWords ads

Google bans phone numbers from AdWords ads

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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Google announced that phone numbers will no longer be allowed in regular AdWords ads. You will need to use the call extensions feature. Read more
Design your website to INCREASE CONVERSIONS

Design your website to INCREASE CONVERSIONS

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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I borrowed the headline idea from Oli Gardner and unbounce.com. By putting two words in caps I make them stand out because the words around them are not capped. This is using design to gain... Read more
The unbreakable laws of marketing…except when it makes sense

The unbreakable laws of marketing…except when it makes sense

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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There are a number of “rules” or “laws” in marketing that can absolutely not be broken. Of course, they absolutely can, but you better have a darn good reason. I’m going to provide a... Read more
Tis the season for… internet marketing statistics

Tis the season for… internet marketing statistics

Monday, April 22, 2013
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April is always a month where statistics from the first quarter of the year are released and all the pundits make their pontifications (including me I guess) as to what they might mean. I don’t... Read more
Mobile Advertising: Publishers race past ad networks

Mobile Advertising: Publishers race past ad networks

Monday, April 22, 2013
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There are essentially three ways to place your display advertisements on mobile devices (separate from search.) They are purchasing through an ad network or ad exchange and buying directly... Read more
Next Google Penquin update on the way

Next Google Penquin update on the way

Monday, April 15, 2013
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Matt Cutts, head of Google Search, has confirmed that a major update is on the way for its search engine and that its goal is to devalue the “bad neighborhoods” of links. Simon Penson has... Read more
Communicating customer service is key for Affiliate Marketers

Communicating customer service is key for Affiliate Marketers

Monday, April 15, 2013
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A survey conducted by Dimensional Research clearly shows the consumers pay attention to reviews of your business and boy, do they! According to the survey a whopping 90% of the respondents say... Read more
A new cyber security bill advances

A new cyber security bill advances

Monday, April 15, 2013
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The House Intelligence committee, in a closed-door session, approved the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) by a vote of 18-2. Read more
UK vs. US Mobile Shopping Habits

UK vs. US Mobile Shopping Habits

Monday, April 15, 2013
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Two recent studies conducted by Nielsen of mobile search usage by UK and US residents, reveals something we may have already known. Americans are more impatient and “do it now” than the... Read more
Apple and Yahoo expanding relationship?

Apple and Yahoo expanding relationship?

Monday, April 15, 2013
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Currently Yahoo Finance and weather information are a part of apple iOS. Bloomberg and WebProNews report that talks are under way between Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO and Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior... Read more
 How do we use our smart phones?

How do we use our smart phones?

Monday, April 15, 2013
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The top smartphone activity was checking e-mail. This from a study conducted by IDC and reported by MarketingLand.com. They surveyed more than 7,000 smart phone users between the ages of 18 and... Read more
Most new jobs are low pay

Most new jobs are low pay

Monday, April 15, 2013
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As the debate over an increase in minimum wage continues, it’s important to look at the facts and see what the low end jobs are, where the new jobs are coming from and what they’re paying. Read more
Has Facebook lost its edge?

Has Facebook lost its edge?

Monday, April 15, 2013
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The idea that I used the word “edge” might indicate that I don’t have it, but I don’t necessarily need it. Facebook does. Or at least it needs to, in order to remain relevant. Trust me,... Read more
AdWords for beginners

AdWords for beginners

Monday, April 15, 2013
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One of the biggest decisions Affiliate Marketers have to make is whether to take the SEO route or to use PPC. Of course you can do a combination of both as well, but this article is for those you... Read more
Easily fixable things that may be harming your website

Easily fixable things that may be harming your website

Monday, April 15, 2013
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From harming your SEO efforts to hampering your conversions, there are a number of easily fixable things that you may be doing (or not doing) on your website that Kristin Kovner and clickz.com... Read more
HTML 5 is Complete!

HTML 5 is Complete!

Friday, December 21, 2012
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The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) has confirmed that HTML 5 is “feature complete.” W3C is the organization that sets the standards for web usage. They have been at work on the web... Read more
How to use site structure to help your SEO

How to use site structure to help your SEO

Friday, December 21, 2012
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I found this great article on SearchEngineJournal.com and wanted to share the highlights with you. For affiliates it illustrates how the very skeleton of your website impacts your success. Read more
Think With Google Facts and Stats

Think With Google Facts and Stats

Friday, December 21, 2012
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We recently did an article that supplied you with some great reference sites. Sites that are great for research. The go-to places that take your website articles and blog posts from good to... Read more
As mobile takes over text-only e-mail messages fade

As mobile takes over text-only e-mail messages fade

Friday, December 21, 2012
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We have done a number of e-mail marketing related articles in recent months and that is because it’s so important to the success of the affiliate marketer. There’s one more reason why we... Read more
Great resource for content marketing

Great resource for content marketing

Friday, December 14, 2012
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Somewhere along the way in my travels on the internet, I stumbled upon this site and it is a veritable plethora of links to sites full of the kind of information we marketers need to help our... Read more
Using Auto Generated E-Mails for Marketing Success

Using Auto Generated E-Mails for Marketing Success

Friday, December 14, 2012
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E-mail marketing is sometimes looked upon as the ugly duckling of the marketing family. You always have a portion of the marketing team that says, “it doesn’t work.” Well, I’m here to... Read more
Google Apps no longer free

Google Apps no longer free

Friday, December 14, 2012
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If you were a business with ten or fewer employees, you were able to sign up for a free version of Google Apps, which included web-based tools, spreadsheet, word processor, e-mail and presentation... Read more
Do Americans spend more time with television or on mobile apps?

Do Americans spend more time with television or on mobile apps?

Friday, December 14, 2012
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In an article appearing on dmconfidential.com, it’s reported that Americans spend 70 minutes per day on the web (1 hour, 10 minutes); 127 minutes per day with mobile applications (2 hours, 7... Read more
Some big changes coming to Facebook privacy policy and settings

Some big changes coming to Facebook privacy policy and settings

Friday, December 14, 2012
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here are the highlights of the privacy revisions coming to your Facebook page.Read more
Simple steps to increase conversions

Simple steps to increase conversions

Friday, December 14, 2012
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Yes, we know what you’re thinking – improving conversions is not always “simple.” But, sometimes stepping back and looking at your site from the basics can ultimately help as much as the... Read more
Do they have a point or no?

Do they have a point or no?

Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Henry Blodget in an article for BusinessInsider.com tosses out the following premise. Is Google’s Android smartphone, the smartphone for people who don’t use them?Read more
My conversion rate stinks…HELP!

My conversion rate stinks…HELP!

Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Successful online marketing is a game of conversions. The more you get the more successful you will be. Likewise, if you’re site is not converting as well as you’d like, that requires... Read more
SEO for Bing

SEO for Bing

Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Bing recently posted some guidelines to help online marketers achieve greater success with Bing. First here’s the link. In no specific order, here are some steps for making sure Bing finds... Read more
The Unbanked prefer it that way

The Unbanked prefer it that way

Thursday, November 29, 2012
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This article is not about identifying who the underbanked and unbanked are. We’ve already done that. It’s about using what we know to guide us in the payday loan affiliate marketing business. Read more
“Do Not Track” in Peril

“Do Not Track” in Peril

Thursday, November 29, 2012
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As sure as it seemed earlier in 2012 that a conspicuous way for consumers to indicate a preference to NOT be tracked while on the internet was imminent, that is how uncertain it now is in late 2012.Read more
Bing launching Google attack ads for the holidays

Bing launching Google attack ads for the holidays

Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Microsoft has decided to give the gift of attack to Google for the holidays. So why would they do this? We’re talking about bing!!! Read more

"Settle or be sued." FTC to Google

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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According to sources close to the story, the Chairman of the Federal Trade commission (FTC) is pressuring Google to settle with them in order to avoid a full scale lawsuit. Read more
The challenges of mobile device marketing

The challenges of mobile device marketing

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Todd Wasserman did a great job recently of breaking down the challenges of mobile-device marketing in an article for Mashable. We hear all the time how important mobile is as an environment. How... Read more
The Social Media Trends to look for in 2013

The Social Media Trends to look for in 2013

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Will social media become more than a thought of the moment bitch session? (Hint – it already is.) Will social media really become important in the process of building your brand? (Hint – it... Read more
Senate cyber-security bill on the way

Senate cyber-security bill on the way

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Harry Reid, the Senate Majority Leader announced on November 13, 2012 that a Cybersecurity bill will be forthcoming from the Senate by the end of the year. Reid said he had spoken to the... Read more
How to recover from a de-indexing

How to recover from a de-indexing

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Essentially there are two ways a site becomes de-indexed. One, is through server issues which causes a site to drop from existence for an extended period of time. The second, and the one that... Read more
How to recover from a de-indexing

How to recover from a de-indexing

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Essentially there are two ways a site becomes de-indexed. One, is through server issues which causes a site to drop from existence for an extended period of time. The second, and the one that... Read more
4 Approaches to using video on your site

4 Approaches to using video on your site

Friday, November 9, 2012
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By now most of us know that using video on our sites help with SERP’s and increases conversions. In fact in an article on SmallBizTrends.com written by Lisa Barone (who we’ve linked to before... Read more
Putting your website images to work for you

Putting your website images to work for you

Friday, November 9, 2012
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Many website developers post some very nice pictures to their site that look somewhat like what the product or service is. The pictures or artwork don’t really do much beyond taking up space... Read more
Google’s voice-search approved for iOS

Google’s voice-search approved for iOS

Friday, November 9, 2012
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It took a while, but Google’s voice-operated search for Apple’s iOS is now available in the Apple app store. Read more
Bing/Yahoo inches higher in paid search

Bing/Yahoo inches higher in paid search

Friday, November 9, 2012
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For the fourth quarter in a row, Bing/Yahoo has increased its paid search share, according to the third quarter 2012 report from the Search Agency’s State of Paid Search. Yahoo/Bing accounted... Read more
Google’s Cutts talks SEO

Google’s Cutts talks SEO

Friday, November 9, 2012
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The blog, IBlogZone.com, recently posted a number of Matt Cutts’ videos where he fields some questions and provides some insight into Google’s approach to SEO.Read more
UK Advertisers choosing digital video ads

UK Advertisers choosing digital video ads

Friday, November 9, 2012
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A recent survey of UK advertisers by the Bright Roll Video Network reveals that 52% believe that digital video is as effective as television advertising. Bright Roll goes on to say that... Read more
Three Web Design Considerations for 2013

Three Web Design Considerations for 2013

Friday, November 9, 2012
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A recent article by Adam Justice on socialmediasun.com outlined three web design factors that need to be addressed in 2013. He hits the bullseye in targeting the areas that webmasters need to... Read more
Google has changed its SERP.   Will it affect you?

Google has changed its SERP. Will it affect you?

Friday, November 9, 2012
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A slight design change to the search engine results page can make a big difference to SEO marketers. So when Google changes theirs, it can make or break an online marketer who’s caught off... Read more
Google has changed its SERP.   Will it affect you?

Google has changed its SERP. Will it affect you?

Friday, November 9, 2012
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A slight design change to the search engine results page can make a big difference to SEO marketers. So when Google changes theirs, it can make or break an online marketer who’s caught off... Read more
Wondering which search engine to use for UK payday?

Wondering which search engine to use for UK payday?

Friday, November 9, 2012
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Google, google and more google. Nine of ten searches in the UK are conducted with Google.Read more
Must have plug-ins for your WordPress blog

Must have plug-ins for your WordPress blog

Friday, November 9, 2012
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Most bloggers use WordPress for their blogs. Easy to use. Versatile. Great tools. Here are some plug-ins you may not know about to help you get the most out of your WordPress blog. Thanks to... Read more
Make your blog great with these research tools

Make your blog great with these research tools

Friday, November 9, 2012
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There are bad, good and great blogposts. Wouldn’t you like to write the great ones more often than the bad or the good? No doubt about it. When I found this article on SearchEngineWatch, I... Read more
Mobile Banking gaining in importance

Mobile Banking gaining in importance

Friday, November 9, 2012
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A new survey conducted by Verve Mobile and published by American Banker reveals how Americans expect banks and other financial institutions to offer additional mobile technology options. Overall,... Read more
Promoting Blog Posts

Promoting Blog Posts

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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Writing a blog post is sometimes the easiest part of blogging. The posting and promoting are often the really painstaking and time consuming part of the job.Read more
The Do’s and Don’ts of Link Building

The Do’s and Don’ts of Link Building

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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It seems that every week Google has something to say about links and how they affect your site and its search position. Read more
Say “goodbye” to manual site code changes; say “hello” to Google Tag Manager

Say “goodbye” to manual site code changes; say “hello” to Google Tag Manager

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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“Tags are snippets of code on your site that collect data (AdWords conversion tracking, Google Analytics)target your ad campaigns (AdWords Remarketing), track ads and other functions.” Rather... Read more
Google updates AdWords advertising policies

Google updates AdWords advertising policies

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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It sometimes seems that Google updates stuff (their products) – in this case, AdWords policies - just because it can. I’m not sure if this update qualifies as that kind of case, but let’s... Read more
Why banning payday lending is…in a word stupid

Why banning payday lending is…in a word stupid

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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For those in the payday loan business we already know the positives of the industry. We understand that the massive growth of payday loans worldwide has happened because our process is better,... Read more
Blogging Reference Sites

Blogging Reference Sites

Friday, October 19, 2012
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The business of blogging for SEO continues to evolve and this requires keeping up to date on the latest methods and practices. Matt Beswick and ProBlogger.net have amassed six sites that present... Read more
Best practices for writing better press releases

Best practices for writing better press releases

Friday, October 19, 2012
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With more and more businesses using press releases to help achieve high search engine rankings, we’re seeing more and more lousy releases being distributed. Read more
Economic Indicators looking up

Economic Indicators looking up

Friday, October 19, 2012
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Americans were spending again in September 2012. According to figures released by the Department of Commerce, and reported by the New York Times, retail sales increased 1.1% in Sept over August... Read more
Google Introduces “news_keywords metatag”

Google Introduces “news_keywords metatag”

Friday, October 19, 2012
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Google has introduced a news_keywords metatag to help bloggers, news writers, reporters, etc. to communicate the topic of an article in html to the search engine, while allowing the writer total... Read more
Google helps Affiliates with “disavow links tool”

Google helps Affiliates with “disavow links tool”

Friday, October 19, 2012
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Fresh from the Google Webmaster blog, October 16, 2012…”A new tool to disavow links.” The new tool is designed to help webmasters who have been notified by Google that there are... Read more
Internet display ads…growing or fading?

Internet display ads…growing or fading?

Friday, October 19, 2012
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Part of the answer to this question lies in the way you define internet display ads. If you think of them as stagnant, non-interactive magazine ads that are on the web, then your opinion might... Read more
Google and the law (yers)

Google and the law (yers)

Friday, October 19, 2012
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Google is constantly fighting some legal battle over its operations. The problems are search in the US and privacy in Europe. And I’m sure many other lawsuits from people across the globe.... Read more
Housing Recovery Continues in September 2012

Housing Recovery Continues in September 2012

Friday, October 19, 2012
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Housing starts increased in September to an annual rate of 872,000 homes, up from an already improved August figure of 750,000. Filed permits (houses that will be built) also rose 11.6%. Read more
Google says nearly ALL manual site downgrades are accompanied by a message

Google says nearly ALL manual site downgrades are accompanied by a message

Friday, October 19, 2012
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SearchEngineLand.com reports that Matt Cutts, the Search boss at Google, has confirmed that “practically 100%” of all sites that are being manually penalized in search results are accompanied... Read more
Google Updates for September 2012

Google Updates for September 2012

Friday, October 12, 2012
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Google announced several updates to the search algorithm in September (as they do every month), so in case you missed them, here are a few of the highlights.Read more
Copywriting to Improve your web pages

Copywriting to Improve your web pages

Friday, October 12, 2012
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I’m borrowing from an article by Jeff Haden which appeared in Inc.com and putting my own spin on it. As a former advertising agency Principal, I have many years of experience writing and... Read more
YouTube Adds 60 Channels

YouTube Adds 60 Channels

Friday, October 12, 2012
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It’s been a year since YouTube announced that they were looking for original content for additional channels. Some of the channels are now up and operating. 60 of them in fact. They range... Read more
Too Many Ads?  Google Swings the Axe

Too Many Ads? Google Swings the Axe

Friday, October 12, 2012
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White House continues work on Cybersecurity Executive order

White House continues work on Cybersecurity Executive order

Friday, October 12, 2012
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The online news source, The Hill, reported, that an “interagency team, led by White House national security staff” met with Senate aides regarding an executive cybersecurity executive order... Read more
The Rules of Blogging for SEO

The Rules of Blogging for SEO

Friday, October 12, 2012
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So you’re going the SEO route (as opposed to PPC) and you need to know the rules of blogging. Unfortunately, there aren’t any magic tricks to getting on the first page, but there are a few... Read more
Combining Social Media and E-Mail for Marketing Success

Combining Social Media and E-Mail for Marketing Success

Friday, October 5, 2012
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E-mail marketing is extremely important to the Affiliate Marketer. Social Media’s place (and ultimately effectiveness) in the marketing atmosphere is still being determined. But, David Daniels... Read more
Low Quality exact-match Domains are in for a Google Hit

Low Quality exact-match Domains are in for a Google Hit

Friday, October 5, 2012
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Does your website have an exact-match URL (keyword match) and is kinda crappy? Then you are in for a jolt from the folks at Google. If your site is exact match for certain keywords and is of low... Read more
Advertisers not happy with IE 10’s “Don Not Track” Policy

Advertisers not happy with IE 10’s “Don Not Track” Policy

Friday, October 5, 2012
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As reported by Chloe Albanesius on PCMag.com, the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) recently sent a letter to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, general counsel Brad Smith and chief research and... Read more
Google Releases Mobile-Usage Research Results

Google Releases Mobile-Usage Research Results

Friday, October 5, 2012
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Posted to the Google Mobile Ads Blog, this research reveals much about the mobile marketing landscape as it is today. Read more
What’s new and what’s in development for AdWords

What’s new and what’s in development for AdWords

Friday, October 5, 2012
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Are you thinking about generating health insurance leads?

Are you thinking about generating health insurance leads?

Friday, October 5, 2012
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The Affordable Care Act (known by some as Obamacare) has unleashed a big pile of uncertainty amongst many different types of consumers. Read more
Credit Card Delinquencies

Credit Card Delinquencies

Friday, October 5, 2012
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The second quarter of 2012 saw credit card delinquencies (CCD’s) drop to the lowest level in 11 years. Yes, you read that right. The lowest rate since 2001. Delinquent is defined as being... Read more
 An E-Mail Marketing Checklist

An E-Mail Marketing Checklist

Friday, September 28, 2012
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Forget trying to get it all right the first time. There are too many factors with too many combinations for you to get it right the first time. That’s actually the good news. By A/B testing... Read more
Hulu vs. YouTube

Hulu vs. YouTube

Friday, September 28, 2012
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These two popular websites (“popular” might be an understatement; okay it is) are not exactly competitors, but as hulu grows in popularity, we thought it worthwhile to compare the two.Read more
Content is Everywhere, you just have to look

Content is Everywhere, you just have to look

Friday, September 28, 2012
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I do write a lot about creating web and blog content, but I do it for a reason. It’s important, and I try to do it from a different perspective each time. That way, if one article doesn’t... Read more
Is your Company Boilerplate as good as it can be?

Is your Company Boilerplate as good as it can be?

Friday, September 28, 2012
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If you’re like most affiliate marketers, in addition to creating content for your website, you also send out press releases about your company/site. Part of these releases is your company... Read more
Poor Americans spend more than half their Income

Poor Americans spend more than half their Income

Friday, September 28, 2012
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This information, as reported by the Huffington Post, comes as no surprise, but the bottom 20% of wage earners in America spend double their incomes.Read more
A new way to look at Social Media

A new way to look at Social Media

Friday, September 28, 2012
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I recently read an article by Barry Feldman for SociaMediaToday.com. His original inspiration came from SocialMediaClub. Proper credit out of the way, I share these articles with you because they... Read more
Increasing Blogpost Readership

Increasing Blogpost Readership

Friday, September 28, 2012
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I’ve seen it way too often. Blog posts that are essentially one long column of copy. 600 words in a long skinny column. That makes me want to read on, right? Wrong.Read more
Twitter adds new features for self-service advertisers

Twitter adds new features for self-service advertisers

Friday, September 21, 2012
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Twitter announced two new features for self-service advertisers that in their words, “our advertisers frequently request.”