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Yesterday evening, my time, I was chatting with Fraser from Keyword Strategy via Skype and he told me that a big percentage of trial users don’t click on the ‘Get Keywords’ button even once! I was like ‘Auch?!?!?!’
I mean, seriously, people take a few minutes out of their busy lives to sign up for a new tool and then don’t even try out what it does? Why signing up for a keyword research tool and then not doing any — drum roll please — keyword research with it???
We chatted a bit more and Fraser made me the generous offer of doing a screen share video with me where we’ll try to tackle the most common stumble stones for new users. So, here is where you come in, the expired trial user of Keyword . . . → Read More: To All Expired Trial Users
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I am actually not obsessing about rankings anymore, I am more obsessed about traffic 😉 With Google personalizing search results more and more, the first page of Google, as we knew it, could be soon a thing of the past. But sometimes, when I try out something new, I want to see some yummy data to get a better impression on how things are going and what is work or not working. And as I also just ‘talked’ somebody through the whole process ,via email, I thought that it would be a good idea for a blog post! Never waste content you have already half written 😉
Until now I have used Market Samurai to do this, but it is not displaying rankings as we know it anymore. If you haven’t an idea about what has happened, have a look . . . → Read More: Keyword Strategy Tips 4 – Tracking Web 2.0 Articles
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One Day Later: The original developer has been offered a compensation 😉 Thanks to everybody that helped to achieve this! I took the original article down on request of the affected developer whose idea had been stolen.
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Lis published a few days ago an article with the catchy title >Right Keywords + Right Platform = Cash!<, where she advocated to use another, additional, tool to Keyword Strategy in order to find long tail keywords, that is keyword phrases that are longer than three words. I disagreed, we do disagree often by the way, but we are still friends, at least I hope so 😉
I have no clue about Myanmar, but I do know a lot about Prague – and how to use the Keyword Strategy Tool 😉
So I offered a proof, and run into a major problem, her seed keywords were ‘Myanmar Travel‘ and I have no idea about the locations and geography of that part of the world. I simply didn’t know if a certain exotic name is that of a town in Myanmar or that of a beach . . . → Read More: Long Tail Keywords – Can you find them with Keyword Strategy?
Just in time, with the beginning of the New Year, my case study site has been re-indexed by Google 😉 If you haven’t a clue what I am taking about, you might want to have a quick look at my previous article >Keyword Strategy Case Study 1 – My Set-Up <. Here is what I have done, what I haven’t done plus a short status update.
Niche / Topic: Theology 😉 Published Articles: 4 Indexed Articles: 5 (see below) Rankings: highest 37, lowest 290 in Google PR: 0 (from PR-) Back Links built: 0 Visitors: 0 Income: 0 (No ads etc as of yet)
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The site had fallen out of the index due to the fact that there was barely any content on it and with barely . . . → Read More: Keyword Strategy Case Study 2 Reindexed 😉
If you want to skip the background info and register forthwith at my shiny new Work At Home Forum, just send me an email to forum (at) hospitalera dot com and state your desired user name. I will register you then and send you your password. If you want to know why I finally decided to rejoin the forum owners again, read on 😉
How will this Work At Home Forum be different?
I am not expecting a crowd like this at the new Work At Home Forum 😉
Most of the existing forums on the Make Money Online topic are either attached to a certain product / service like the forums of Keyword Strategy or Keyword Academy or are a bit of a ‘wild battlefield’ and not always very newbie friendly. Try asking ‘How do I resize a photo for my website’ or . . . → Read More: New Work At Home Forum Now Open
My personal take on making money online in 2011 and what I plan to do in 2012 and what not.
Seems it is this time of the year 😉 You know that time when all, or nearly all, internet marketers publish their yearly review and make their firm resolutions what they will do better next year 😉 Actually I didn’t plan to do this, but as it seems to be a sort of tradition in the MMO world, who am I to swim against the stream 😉 So here my take on 2011 and my resolutions for 2012:
Making Money Online 2011 Review
1. Adsense: Pretty much stable, Hubpages took a dip, some of my own sites improved, especially the German ones, income pretty much the same or slightly rising over that of the past year.
2. Amazon: Nice, nice, very nice year for me on Amazon! Compared to . . . → Read More: Making Money Online 2011 2012 – What has changed?
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With the New Year approaching I thought it might be an idea to do a case study on Keyword Strategy by taking a domain I own, but never did anything with, put a site on it and document and publish the sites development in terms of traffic and income. Don’t die of the shock just yet, I really did say I will, for the first time ever, publish my income publicly – but only for this one site 😉 If you want to get a monthly ‘make money online income report’, >sign up to Lis’ Z-blogger newsletter on her site< – Well worth it, btw!
With this case study I hope to accomplish several things:
Keeping me focused. That is perhaps my biggest internet marketing challenge – to . . . → Read More: Keyword Strategy Case Study 1 – My Set Up
Woothemes, you are kidding! Right?
Honestly a plush toy as a Woothemes deal??? ROFl, I hardly could believe it when I read the email that landed today in my inbox 😉 The little guy in the photo at the right is available for the bargain price of ‘only’ $20, hurry now, the price will increase soon to a whooping $30. Or better said, don’t hurry at all, because I don’t think that will be money well spend that helps to improve your internet business. Whilst I understand why they are doing it, the keyword here is ‘branding’, I really doubt that Woothemes merchandise, stay tuned for WooTees coming soon (I guess that will be t-shirts?), will be a big hit. I mean, would you run around with a Woothemes T-shirt or have a Woothemes Plush Ninja setting on your office desk? There is a counter on their website counting . . . → Read More: Woothemes You Must be Kidding!