Pictures and images give more life to your blog posts, are more professional, and draw more attention from readers and browsers. But have you ever been frustrated, wanting to use more images to illustrate your posts, but not wanting to spend the money on buying stock photos?
If you sell products through your blog or website, whether as an affiliate or whether these are your own products, it’s important that you understand the FTC’s new rules so that you can be in compliance with them – or as much in compliance as is humanly possible.
If, at any time, now or in the future, you would like to ask me a question, simply post it in the comments area below. If I can, I will answer you. If I can’t, I will try to direct you to someone who can.
Even if you’re not able to survey every one of your website visitors to ask them what they think of your site and how they reacted to the different pages, there is still a substantial amount of feedback you can obtain indirectly, through Google Analytics.
I would never ever recommend that someone new to Internet Marketing spend large sums for a coaching program, software package, or any other huge investment into online business. When I first began working online I did invest a bit more money than I had earned – that’s a bit hard to avoid in the beginning […]
I came across two excellent posts recently which I think can be very helpful for anyone who owns a blog. Some aspects of these posts apply particularly to WordPress blogs, but many points are far more universal.
If you know me, or have been following this blog for a while, you might notice that I don’t promote every product launch or every new thing that comes out with a price tag attached. I made a point when I started this blog that I would only promote products which I personally use and […]
No more spending hours upon hours searching for answers to questions which can be answered in 5 minutes by an expert, and which you may or may not ever find the answer to on your own – even with hours of Googling.