I am no expert when it comes to leveraging Facebook’s advertising platform but I have experimented here and there. In particular, I recently paid Facebook £25 (uk sterling) to quickly build a targeted audience for my new spirituality blog, which went well, at least I thought it did!
I nearly capped 300 likes with a reasonably targeted campaign and my fans kept growing on auto-pilot even when the ad stopped running – pretty sweet, right? The problem was that there was ... Continue Reading →
If you have read my AffiloBlueprint 3 review then you’ll know I am already a huge fan of Mark Ling (founder of AffiloJetpack.) In fact, I credit Mark and the team at Affilorama for helping me reach financial independence online.. And believe me when I say I devoured numerous affiliate marketing programs before finding my feet with AffiloBlueprint.
Anyway, I recently upgraded my membership with Affilorama by purchasing their flagship product “AffiloJetpack”. So, yes this is a real AffiloJetpack ... Continue Reading →
Content is king! We’ve all heard that saying before, right? Create epic content that over-delivers on a promise and you will drive a ton of traffic. Well, not exactly! Creating stella content is the foundation for any successful blog but, you need to actively promote content otherwise nobody will know your blog exists, agreed?
I recommend aiming for a balance of at least 50/50, in which you spend half of your time creating content and the other half promoting it. Of ... Continue Reading →
Are you using Twitter in your marketing campaigns? Struggling to work out how to use Twitter for marketing?
Admittedly, I was a little late on the uptake with Twitter. I had poorly used Twitter for marketing purposes meaning I had little user engagement. I’m still no Twitter superstar but in the last few weeks I have been a bit more active and have a few tips to share for setting up a credible profile and leveraging Twitter for marketing your ... Continue Reading →
With each Google algorithm update – the need for quality link building campaigns becomes more and more mandatory. Unfortunately, most search engine optimizers are still relying on old skool methods such as building thousands of automated, spammy links using scrapers and auto-posters, or hiring out SEO to less than qualified personnel.
Now, I’m not saying that these tools and services are completely useless but, how you incorporate them into your link building strategy can mean the difference in natural, high search ... Continue Reading →
Is your WordPress site secured against hackers, bots and rogue scripts?
Wordpress works great out of the box, but the default configurations can leave your site vulnerable to hackers (you know, them people that need to get a life). This is something I learned the hard way, and something that could probably have been prevented if I had taken some time to secure my WordPress installation. I know, it kinda sucks, right?
Fortunately, securing your WordPress site isn’t that difficult. There’s a ... Continue Reading →