February 2011

Okay, I’m really frustrated right now… [click to continue…]

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We’ve now arrived at the 15th edition of our Get More Blog Traffic Blueprint.  So far, we’ve covered a lot of ground in this series, but there’s still some ways to go.  I have burned through a lot of information on generating blog traffic so far in this series, and I still have some more coming. Bizarro Superman and Blog traffic Generation

But after this post I am going to put the series on a short hiatus and discuss a few other topics on for our Wednesday, “Chats.” I will ultimately work my way back to finishing up this series, have no fear.

If you haven’t implemented the blog traffic strategies from this series yet, take some time to go back to the older posts and work on integrating them into your daily routine.  Now,  on to the business at hand…

As a kid I enjoyed comic books.  As an adult I sometimes read science fiction books with “alternate universes,” – don’t worry, I am not going to go all “full nerd” on you with this post (though tempting), I just have one point to make.

In these comic book worlds and alternative reality stories there is one theme you can find fairly frequently: evil opposite twins.  Superman had an evil alternate from “Bizarro World” and many alternate universes stories also featured some sort of evil opposite. [click to continue…]

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Sherlock Holmes.

We’ve all heard the name before.  A legendary character from dozens of books, Holmes could untangle any mystery and discover the truth.   From the Hound of the Baskervilles to his battle of wits with Professor Moriarty, Sherlock was always one step ahead.

Sherlock Holmes Internet MarketerRecently I wondered what Sherlock would do if he were alive in 2011.  Seeing that C.S.I. dominates the “detective” market, he might need a job.  I’d like to imagine that he’d be a fairly good business consultant because he’s great at overcoming complex challenges.

With that in mind, here’s how Sherlock Holmes would solve the many “failures” Internet business owners experience on a regular basis.  To make things interesting, he’s going to answer questions in the Dear Abby style. [click to continue…]

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Life is full of upheaval and change. Once you get set in a comfortable routine, things go and change on you.  Here at the Steve Scott Site we are in for some shocking, amazing and perhaps even death defying changes.

Up shall be down. Black shall be White and Night shall be Day.

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We have reached the 14th week of our Get More Blog Traffic Blueprint series.  This is a series where we talk about specific strategies you can use to skyrocket your traffic stats.Social Media and Amplify

For today’s post I am going to talk routine and automation.  These are tasks that are quick-quick-like-a-bunny.  They are perfect to either incorporate into a daily routine (taking only a few minutes a day) or to have as part of a package to hand off to an outsourcer.  The one I will speak about is not a  major tool for traffic, but it has an incredible, “bang for your buck” considering the small amount of time it adds to your routine measured against the potential benefit in traffic and links.

The main traffic method we shall discuss today is  “Amplify”.

Amplify is a great social network, that not everyone knows about.  If you are not yet a member of Amplify it is something that is worth joining even without the consideration of using it to “spread the word” about your information.  Like Twitter and Facebook the more you get involved with Amplify the better your results will be.  These social networks are the epitome of karmic balance the more you repost worthy links and connect with others the more of a positive benefit you gain from the system when you DO post your own links. [click to continue…]

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…For one day

I hope you’ll excuse my little trickery with the headline.  I wrote it to get your attention and talk about an important change on this site.

Today marks one whole year of a blogging streak.  February 15th, 2010 was the last time I missed a day of posting.  I don’t know how I managed to maintain this streak.  Especially since I lived out of a backpack for seven months.

Tomorrow marks another special occasion.  I’ll wake up, log into my computer, and for the first time in a year, I won’t read the responses to my latest post.

That’s because there won’t BE a post!

Yup, I’ve decided to take a day off. [click to continue…]

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How to Earn Full-Time Internet Income… Even if you Have a Full-Time Job

February 14, 2011

Have a full-time job, but want to start an Internet business? Is it possible to make a full-time income even with a 9 to 5 gig. This post gives a step-by-step plan for making it happen!

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Valentine’s Day Rant, Evergreen Content lots of Link Love

February 13, 2011

Often I take liberties with my weekend roundup posts.  I view it as a chance to get off topic, talk about something current or strange and take a stretch and link it to some current articles.  I tend to like to write “evergreen” and I view Sunday Selections as my chance to write a little […]

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Picking Your Ponies: How to Choose Your Affiliate Marketing Programs

February 12, 2011

As someone that’s been an affiliate marketer for a few years now, I can tell you that the number of people trying their hand at affiliate marketing has literally skyrocketed. A lot of people are out of work and a lot of others have gotten fed up with working their tails off, answering to someone […]

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9 Ways to Make Money with YouTube

February 11, 2011

Did you know you can make money with YouTube? In this clip, I demonstrate nine legitimate ways to earn Internet income using this video sharing site.

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GLP #1 – How to Outsource Ezine Article Creation

February 10, 2011

In the past week, I’ve taken the first step in what’s known as the “Go Large Project.” This post talks about how to outsource content creation and find the perfect writers for your ezine articles.

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Get More Blog Traffic Blueprint [Week 13]

February 9, 2011

Time for another episode of how to drive traffic to your blog. In this post, I discuss seven ways to increase the number of views you get on your YouTube videos.

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