November 2010

While writing last week’s edition of “Get More Blog Traffic,” I made a passing comment about doing a case study of a blog.  To be honest, the comment was buried in the middle of the content, so I didn’t expect anyone to respond to it.

Boy, was I wrong!

In the comments section, I had a couple of folks volunteer their blog.  Plus I also received a few personal emails from people practically begging me to help them out.

Now I can’t pick everyone – My time is already really limited.  However I’ve decided to open this up to all of readers of this site.

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Affiliate Marketing Email TemplatesUp till now, I’ve been pretty hush-hush about my affiliate marketing strategies.

So today, I’ve decide to pull back the curtain and break down SIX email prototypes I regularly send to my affiliate marketing list.

This is going to be a very detailed post – Filled with important lessons I’ve learned in the last four years.

So I urge you to stop what you’re doing right now and pay close attention to this post.  If implemented on a targeted niche list, these affiliate emails will make you money.

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One of my goals now that I am back in the United States is to improve the quality (as well as continuing to grow quantity) of my social networking.  At the moment I am still “fairly” automated, which has definite good points, as I pointed out in this Twitter Article.   But I am also desiring to make more person to person interactions and connections with Twitter/ Facebook followers. [click to continue…]

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If you’re renting a place to live, your monthly rent payment is a recurring bill—every single month, you have to pay your landlord a certain amount of money to continue living in your apartment or house. As a matter of fact, a lot of bills are recurring. In some cases, like an electric bill or water bill, the amount due may change slightly, but you still expect the bill and know that you’ll have to pay it.

Recurring revenue is similar, but instead of spending money on a regular basis, recurring revenue means that you’re receiving money on a regular basis. As with recurring expenses, the amount of your recurring revenue can vary per month (or other time period) but it’s still money that you can expect to receive regularly.

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As you know, I’m putting together a report on how to earn income from the Internet.  I’ve already finished the rough draft and the final version is almost completed.

What I found interesting is there’s a lot more ways to earn short-term income (within one month) than I originally thought.  Actually when I talked to my brother, he and I figured out at least 10 different ways to make money within a few weeks of starting.  This got me thinking…

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Time for another guest post!  Today Steven of Very Best Software discusses how you can think and grow your Internet business.  Take it away Steven…

An average human being has over 100 new ideas going through his mind everyday. Most often people lack the ability to fine-tune those ideas and effectively explore them to their profit. Human mind is like a magnet; it draws forces from the ideal realm to contradict them with reality. This is why most internet entrepreneurs are still running the “rat race” when they should be making money in the real sense.

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Get More Blog Traffic Blueprint [Week 2]

November 24, 2010

Today we’re going to talk about the most important aspect of getting more blog traffic – Web content. The saying really is true, “content is king.” If your content isn’t excellent on a regular basis, then it’s going to be an uphill battle to increase blog traffic.

People read blogs because of the value that’s provided. Your blog should be a destination people use to stay in touch with your niche. That’s why it’s mandatory to give readers content that’ll bring them back for more

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How to Manage Your Home-Based Online Business

November 23, 2010

There are literally dozens upon dozens of advantages to running your own business, but a lot of people incorrectly assume that working from home means hardly working. If you want your home business to succeed, you’ve got to realize that’s just not the case. I definitely have a flexible schedule but I also put in my fair share of sixteen-hour work days. (Caffeine really can become your best friend!)

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10 Online Business Mistakes You Need to Avoid

November 22, 2010

It’s time for another edition of “Letters to Steve.” In this series, I answer questions about Internet marketing, lifestyle design or anything else on your mind. Today, I’m going to cover something William asked in the comments section of a recent post. Specifically he wanted to know what mistakes to avoid with an online business.

This is a great question because I’ve learned more from my mistakes than anything else. Here’s what William wrote…

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Steves Sunday Selections 21 November 2010

November 21, 2010

Hello again everyone.  Welcome to another Steve Scott’s Sunday Selection.  I hope that you all have had a wonderful week.  The big topic of the coming week will be Thanksgiving.  At least for those in the US.  This is a popular holiday that has come to mean a time of togetherness, family and a big [...]

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Helping Others can Make a Difference in Your Own Life

November 20, 2010

I’ve mentioned more than once that it’s a good idea to end relationships that aren’t running smoothly or causing you more harm than good, but I’m going to guess that a lot of people in your life are friends and family that you really care about. Most of us are so busy that we communicate [...]

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Why Lifestyle Design Starts at Home

November 19, 2010

I feel these comments are related to the concept of lifestyle design. A lot of folks think you’re not a “true” lifestyle designer unless you’re traveling the world, doing crazy-ass things. This is completely untrue. To me, lifestyle design simply comes down to doing the things you want to do on your terms.

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