June 2013

The other day, I published my latest Amazon Kindle book, which is called:

Outsourcing Mastery: How to Build a Thriving Internet Business with an Army of Freelancers

For at least five days, this book is offered at the discounted rate of $.99.  And then it will go up to the $2.99 price that I charge for most of Kindle library.

If you’ve ever wanted to try outsourcing or need to free up more of your time, then read on to learn why you should pick up a copy of Outsourcing Mastery. [click to continue…]

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Like I mentioned a week ago, I’m currently doing a limited-time sale on the bulk of my Kindle books.

Last time, I dropped the prices on the four titles related to building an Internet business.

Now, you can get three of my “Kindle publishing” books for $.99.  If you’ve ever been interested in generating an income from Amazon, then you’ll definitely want to grab these books while they’re discounted at a 67% savings.

Here are the details… [click to continue…]

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Welcome to another update of the Authority Internet Business case study.

So far, we’ve talked about how to lay the foundation for a successful website.  In today’s post, we’ll shift gears and take that first step towards monetizing this brand new business.

Whereas most Internet experts recommend spending months preparing for a formal “website launch,” I like to start promoting as soon as possible.

Specifically, I recommend Kindle publishing as the perfect mechanism for getting that initial burst of traffic and income.

To illustrate this point, I’ll detail the specific strategies I used to launch my first book on Amazon.  Plus, I’ll provide exact numbers and an important lesson I learned during this process.

Let’s get to it. [click to continue…]

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A lot can happen in a year.

This time last year, I decided to launch my second Kindle book on my birthday (June 28th).

Now, one year and 30 books later, I’ve managed to turn Kindle publishing into a nice little side business.

To commemorate this milestone, I’ve decided to hold a series of sales where you can get many of my Kindle books at a deeply discounted rate.

Here are the details… [click to continue…]

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You can learn a lot about an authority Internet business by studying the niche site model.

What niche sites do really well is they leverage the power of search engines like Google.  By targeting keyword phrases and building content around them, it’s not hard to get a lot of free traffic.

So while I don’t think you should solely focus on Google, I still think it’s important to make search engine optimization (SEO) one tool in your arsenal of traffic generation strategies.

For phase #1 of building DevelopGoodHabits.com as an authority site, I’m following the niche site model and creating content around a cluster of keyword phrases.

In this post, we’ll talk about the first phase of this plan – with an emphasis on how to take advantage of long-tail keywords.  [click to continue…]

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Starting a new website might seem easy.

In theory, you only need to purchase web hosting and download a free WordPress theme.

Unfortunately the process is more challenging than you might think.  If you want to succeed with this new website, then you need a professional look.  This is especially true if you’re using it to launch an Authority Internet Business.

Most websites have a few “hidden costs” that might not be initially obvious.  Typically it takes at least a few hundred dollars to get one off the ground.

In this post, I’ll detail the costs I incurred while building my authority site, DevelopGoodHabits.com.  Specifically I’ll show how an investment of $587.32 will position my site for future success. [click to continue…]

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