Creating new affiliate content can be a bit tedious and sometimes restrictive, especially if youíve chosen a niche that isnít that wide. How much content can you really write about fence posts for example?
One source I find very helpful is the list of search terms used to find my websites. They show what keywords and phrases people are using to find your website and this information can be gathered from local stats scripts from your webhost or third party plugins such as Google Analytics. More
He's everywhere - he's got an incredibly popular website, he's got some books and he's been on TV both on his own show and as a consultant.
I recently launched a site and decided to offer a prize draw for newsletter subscribers. Things were going horribly (with around 30 people subscribed) until the middle of September when a Money Saving Expert forum member stumbled across the site. More
Okay, perhaps that's not strictly speaking true as I think there's certainly a "content quality" issue content to consider as well.
But since I started working elsewhere and posting less here (but more informative posts than observational posts), my subscriber list has doubled - and I've broken the first 100 barrier.
Okay, so 100 people regularly reading via RSS isn't a lot but it seems to prove that if you write keeping your blog focussed on a particular subject, you'll benefit because of it, even if that does mean posting less. More
Perhaps a bit of an ominous title but apt never the less.
I'm developing a set of tactic going forward for the next 3 months and in doing so, it means I need to focus on a set of websites. So I need to work on building visitor numbers to these.
The thing is, you've got to remember to create something different to the competition in order to attract and retain visitors.
So how do you go about creating sticky features? More
As far as I'm concerned, price (inc VAT and delivery)is the most important factor in a purchase. Availability sits up there quite high together with the reputation of the seller. This goes for standard web purchases, offline purchases and auction purchases.
When buying something for (say) more than £50, I usually dig around and read some reviews.
My question is this: do reviews work at delivering valid affiliate leads or do they require an element of price comparison too? More
Some preach that if you build a site and do absolutely nothing, you will not get any results. I'm happy to report it's not true.
I built a site a few months ago and never got round to finishing it off. I haven't promoted it directly (it's in a sub-folder of another domain - that's how important it was to me). I just added a sitemap to Google.
Anyhow, I've just logged into a network to find that I've generated roughly one lead a day throughout September. Yes it's not a stupidly large amount of cash but nevertheless, it pays for a year's worth of reseller hosting :-) More