Over time, banks have become increasingly adept and adopting new policies which can allow them to extract money from their customers for frivolous causes, without giving much in return.
Some of our most valuable products were once offered to us from that very thing which we so often cite as an endless annoyance: the sales page. Without forswearing sales pages altogether, how does one still absorb the information one needs, without becoming completely overwhelmed?
If you have ever built a business ground up, online or offline, you probably know that there is a point (or, there are points) where things begin to expand slightly faster than is really comfortable, but still not quite as quickly as you would really like them to.
When I see sales pages telling me how so-and-so made tens of thousands of dollars in a week as a result of this-or-that, all that comes to mind is “put a lid on it please.” It’s not that it’s unrealistic. I think it is discouraging
I wish I could post on this blog every day. I have no lack of lists of things I would like to post about, and I have none of that “difficulty coming up with ideas on what to write about” that some bloggers run into. I might have that problem with some other blogs, but […]
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.
Have you ever wondered what to do when people use your RSS feed to scrape (automatically copy) your blog content directly onto their site? How do you ensure that they don’t rank higher in the search engines for that article than you do?
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