Putting out great content is what attracts high quality prospects to you. As your prospects read the content you put out, they’ll be more likely to opt into your offer to become your lead and possibly purchase whatever you have to offer. This is why it is very important to crank out content of awesome value. The more valuable your content, the more likely it is that your targeted prospect will respond to your call to action. (continue reading…)
One of the most challenging aspects about marketing online is the need to create content. The opposite side of the spectrum however is the fact that content is the secret and key to generating leads for your business, as well as establishing yourself as the expert within your niche.
So the bottom line is, whether you like it or not, you need content in order to build your business successfully on the Internet.
If you’ve been struggling with questions like, “what topics should I talk about?”, “What should I say in the article?”, “How do I know if this is what the audience wants to read about?”, then I’m going to show (continue reading…)
In the next couple of minutes I will be sharing with you 7 quick tips for getting your blog listed on the first page of Google for some keywords within a month or two, depending on how competitive your niche is. Google is the most trafficked site on the planet….and if you are able to position yourself on the front page (i.e. top 10 search result spots) you can drive tons of traffic to your blog, websites and capture pages.
By taking just a few minutes to do a little bit of keyword research before creating blog posts, articles or videos you can maximize your exposure and get found by thousands, even millions of people on the most popular search engines around. If you do not already have a Google account sign up for FREE here: http://google.com
Here are the 7 quick tips for positioning your blog on the first page of Google:
#1: Take 5 Minutes To Do Your Keyword Research: Using a keyword research tool such as Google Keyword Tool, take a few minutes to find keywords and/or keyword phrases that have little competition but are getting a minimum of 10 clicks per day (estimated # of clicks you’d expect per day if you were to lock down the top spot on Google). (continue reading…)
I came across a video and also read an article in Forbes Magazine entitled “Moses Signed My Bible” by Tom Post. These two inspired me to write this quick post on my blog. In the article, Tom Post said that autographed first editions are a cool way to collect rare books and that forgers think so too.
This means that original autographed first editions are more valuable many years after they were first autographed. Sometimes they sell for thousands of dollars many years after they were autographed.
I quote him here: “Several years ago, in a fit of Bibliophilia that still afflicts me, I started buying earlier versions of some favorite titles. While trawling on Ebay, I caught sight of what purported…to be a signed first edition of Robert Penn…”
The video I share below is an original video and evidently is worth much more now than it was when it was first recorded. It is quite controversial. I noticed that the video had a lot of comments on Youtube so I decided to post it on here.
Don’t let anyone kill your dreams, no matter who that person is. Keep dreaming and one day it will become reality!
Let me know what you think about the video and this post in the comments section below.