List Building continues to be one of the most effective methods of keeping visitors and bringing them back again and again. If you are doing a great job on PPC, CPV or any type of media buying, driving to someone else’s offer, you need to consider doing list building first. The benefits of capturing users first, and then sending them the original offer and then other offers can significantly grow your revenue. Here are a few methods of list building that can be highly effective.
1) Use AWeber with a
So what’s the deal with PageRank? Should you panic over every little change in your PageRank scores? Or do you even need to focus on increasing your PageRank?
Although those are all good questions that you have, before I dive into the Google PageRank (PR) metrics, let’s look at exactly what PageRank is and how it’s gained or lost. By understanding how PageRank is calculated, you can see its specific limitations in the evolving world of search, as
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The FTC made it clear this year that they were not going to take crap, according to confidential insiders in the industry, it was made clear to clickbank that they needed to take notice of the FTC and make changes. We reported last month that Clickbank was under pressure from the FTC for the “make money” crowd of offers, and because of that changes their Clickbank Guidelines. Since then many affiliates and executives in the industry have taken notice and been talking about the issues
There is a natural tendency to not want good things to end. It’s why many champions fight on beyond their prime even at the risk of hurting their own legacy. But as fans, there is a part of us that wants them to continue. When Chris Pirillo, President of Lockergnome, “retired” Gnomedex last August, I personally felt it was truly a conference that the community would miss. It’s why I’m excited by the recent news that Gnomedex is returning as a one-day track in conjunction with the Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC).
Although the retirement
Most online marketers don’t give a lot of thought to the potential for RFID. I wrote about RFID a year ago to demonstrate that its usage is growing here in the U.S. in areas that impact marketing. Among some of the more novel applications I referenced were a ski resort’s use of RFID tags in their season passes and lift tickets to connect customers with a social gaming application, and an ice cream shop that employs “RFID flavor tags” to inform customers in real-time when the shop is serving up their
Email marketers will likely feel a bit of déjà vu here but at the risk of sounding like an echo I’m going to say it.
The Wild West days are nearing an end for SMS marketers.
In particular I’m referring to rules, best practices, etc. that exist and are evolving due to the increasingly popular practice of using SMS as a marketing medium.
For those who are not already utilizing SMS messages for marketing purposes I’ll start at the beginning.
There are many ways that SMS might fit into your marketing strategies. One way
Affiliate Summit East 2011 was the largest one to date with nearly 4,000 attendees. The show kicked off to a quick start and ended with what many attendees would consider the best Affiliate Summit they’ve experienced. A ton of new faces joined experienced webmasters, bloggers, and agencies from other industries ready to learn about affiliate marketing and whether it’s an appropriate channel for their own companies. I think that almost everyone who attended would agree that Affiliate Summit is one show that they will continue to go to year after year.
The thing that I love about affiliate marketing and
I recently had the pleasure of meeting and chatting with Neil Patel a few weeks ago in Seattle. I’ve heard many things about him, but I admittedly have never been able to differentiate the facts and fictions of Neil. Is he really kind of a big deal? Could he possibly help me become as cool as he is?
There’s a lot that you can do when hanging out with Neil Patel. If you’re looking to have a fun night
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In our continuing our series on Content Unlocking, we present another interview, this time with Dale Carr, the owner and CEO of LeadBolt. LeadBolt is a fast growing content unlocking company that was the first company to promote mobile content unlocking, and because of that has become the “go-to” place for that side of the industry. Again, another informative interview from a CEO of a Content Unlocking company – revealing more about the industry and where it’s going.
How did you get started in
Steve Jobs resigns, succeeded by Tim Cook
“I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.”
So begins Steve Jobs’ resignation letter, addressed to the Apple Board of Directors on August 24.
Needless to say, the announcement that Jobs would no longer be leading Apple as CEO resounded throughout the media. And speculation abounds regarding if and how Apple will change under the guidance of newly appointed CEO, former COO