Jeff Johnson’s Sneak Peek Traffic Voodoo Video

Sunday, March 28, 2010 5:38

Jeff Johnson just posted a special Sneak Peek Video on his blog.

If you don’t know who Jeff is…

Just trust me on this…

If you want to get more traffic, especially free traffic… then Jeff is the man you want to listen to.

His blog is jam-packed with killer traffic-getting tutorials, and the best part is…

They are free…

Watch the videos, download his Traffic-Getting Cheat Sheets and Checklists and learn the secrets to grabbing free traffic from the search engines and also the hottest social media sites like facebook and yotube.

Check out his newest video here (no email required):

Jeff Johnson’s Traffic Voodoo – Two For One Special



Pay close attention to Jeff’s newest “Traffic Voodoo” video…

In it he reveals how you can get 3 months in his best-selling Underground Training Lab Coaching Club for free.

Thousands have paid up to $5,000.00 to join it, but you can get in for free.

Check out his newest video here (no email required):

Jeff Johnson’s Traffic Voodoo – Two For One Special


Better yet… I’m one of Jeff Johnson’s affiliates and he’s about to launch his best traffic-getting training program ever. If you join, and I think you should, I may get paid a commission. But if you do join his new Traffic Voodoo program on Monday you could also get his special “two for one” deal…

You get his Underground Training Lab Coaching Club for free when you join his new Traffic Voodoo traffic-getting training program on Monday the 29th.

So here’s my advice…

Watch this new video, grab all the great traffic-getting content on his blog for free, and get ready for Monday!

Here is Jeff’s newest video here (no email required):

Jeff Johnson’s Traffic Voodoo – Two For One Special

Optimizing Your Blog For Search Engines

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 12:36
Posted in category Uncategorized

Competition is fierce online, and the top places on the search result pages are the most hunted for; therefore, any blog owner who tries to make money on the Internet needs to use a whole strategy to attract the best visitors and the highest traffic. The working principle for the blog optimization for search engines is the keyword. When you start the race for SEO (search engine optimization), you already have an advantage: blogs are usually the ones to receive more traffic then other complex sites due to their highly informational content. By keywords we mean those sentences or structures that a user types in the search box of an engine.

Blogs mainly rely on articles that are regularly updated and re-freshened, so that they have something new to offer all the time. Before you write the blog content, you’ll need to make a list with all the keywords related to your domain and which are most likely to be typed in the search box by Internet users. A brain-storming session is ideal to find the best structures you need to include in the articles; keep in mind that there are some rules you may have to follow here as well.


[Finish reading this article at this blog post from 24/7 Guerrilla Marketing Academy ]



Blogging What Is It All About?

Saturday, April 25, 2009 17:45
Posted in category Blogging

Blogging is one of the most popular Internet-related phenomenon that has incited the curiosity of millions of people all over the world; it represents a great opportunity for those who create blogs and for those who use them. Very often qualified as the trend of keeping personal diaries online, blogging is far more complex owing to the fact that every web log carries the touch of the owner’s imagination, interest and wit. The range of topics blogs deal with is incredibly wide: from politics and economics to sky diving and snorkeling. The next very important aspect after blog content is actually the interactive format of the pages that allows users to take action on the site.

Part of the history of blogging includes the very first attempts to run an account of one’s personal life, and many of the blog owners liked to call themselves journalists or diarists. In the early days of blogging around the mid-90s, people enjoyed the experience of belonging to the online community that went beyond all sorts of boundaries. This was the time when the very first combination of text, pictures and videos were included in a blog, as the most accurate way of reflecting one’s life. Sometimes, bloggers transmitted live images with the help of various portable devices, creating the so-called semi-automated blogging.

At the beginning, blogs were not individual pages, as they mainly functioned as components of larger websites; nevertheless, with the rapid development of technologies, it came into everyone’s power to create and support a personal independent web log. The only condition to enjoy a successful blogging experience is to stick to high quality content that makes any visitor return to the site and even take action on it. Creativity and innovation are probably the best ways to define the blogging experience since we can identify a true craze to be seen online.

Presently, you can find guides to creating successful blogs, since, many small business owners perceive the phenomenon as a great chance to promote products and services online. Blogs are presently part of the Internet marketing strategies anyone should use as included within online advertising campaigns; the great advantage of blogging is that it mainly targets potential customers, reducing the number of uninterested users. We could say that thanks to advertising and Internet marketing, blogging has actually become a very promising type of business.

Free Marketing Graphics For Internet Marketers

Friday, April 3, 2009 22:21
Posted in category Blogging, Social Media

This is exciting news for all internet marketers. I came across this great product today that is a definite plus in my books.

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Not only does it make the job of an internet marketer easier, faster and with a great professional look, they are offering it for free. Now you just can’t beat that for value! Mike Filsame is behind this and you know anything he is going to do will be done with excellence.

Imagine that! Finding great professional work like this will cost a fortune, not to mention if you even try to design them yourself. Believe me, as a graphic designer, I know what it takes to create this kind of product.

I must say that the graphics are great and the quality is superb, just what you need to grab attention and to help make that sale or assist in getting someone to opt-in.  Just take a look for yourself at these professional templates:





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Let me know what you think. Always trying to add value!



Comprehensive List of Twitter Apps

Friday, April 3, 2009 17:08
Posted in category Blogging, Social Media

If you have been on Twitter for a while, you know that there are a lot of cool applications and tools that you can use to manage and interact with Twitter. The people over at Twitter Handbook have really outdone themselves in assembling this list of Twitter Apps that are available for you Twitter tweeting pleasure.

Check it out and let us know if you find any that aren’t listed here! At the rate that Twitter is growing ( now over 8 million users!) there will probably be many, many more applications added to this list. But for now – enjoy. :-)

Desktop Twitter Applications

Twhirl – : A pc desktop app that lets you track and update tweets without having a browser window open. Contributed by @WarrenWhitlock

Twitterific – A desktop Twitter client for Macs only. Contributed by @SorterSuzy

MadTwitter – : A Windows app that’s inspired by the Mac application, Twitterrific. Contributed by @MarkRess

Tweetdeck – :Adobe Air desktop application that enables users to split tweets into topic or group specific columns. Contributed by @CoachDeb

Pwytter – : Twitter client for Windows, Mac & Linux. Available in 14 languages.
Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitux – A native GTK/Gnome desktop client for Twitter. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Mobile Twitter Applications

Twinkle - : A Twitter application for the iPhone.

Twitter for iPhone – : Update your status, follow your friends, view profiles and add new friends from your iPhone. Contributed by @SharonMcP - : Use AIM, GTalk, iGoogle, WAP, iPhone/iPod Touch, SMS or E-mail and let relay your message to a multitude of social networking sites, including Twitter. Contributed by @Blogi360

Tiny Twitter – tweeting from your mobile device but don’t want to get dinged for updates and double dinged for friend’s updates arriving via SMS? Tiny Twitter is just what you are looking for! Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterBerry – A mobile client for posting updates to Twitter from your Blackberry. Contributed by @SharonMcP

PocketTweets – : Update your Twitter status from anywhere using your iPhone. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitter File Sharing Applications

Twitpic – : Enables you to share photos on Twitter and let your followers comment on them. Contributed by @Shane

Tweetr – : Desktop application that enables you to send files to your followers and take pictures using your webcam. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Tweetcube – : A file sharing service for Twitter. You can upload as many images, archives, videos and songs as you want and share them on Twitter with your followers. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twixxer – : A photo and video sharing component for Twitter. It is comprised of a browser add-on and a web service that enables you to view videos and picturesdirectly from your Twitter home page. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Send Video and Voice Twitter Updates

Jott – :’s voice-to-text service converts your spoken words into Tweets – all with a simple phone call.. Contributed by @DaveTaylor

TwitSay – : Enables you to make a voice “tweet” from your phone that will then be added to your Twitter timeline. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Utterz – : Utters can be audio, video, pictures and text. You can create or join a discussion from any mobile phone or computer. Contributed by @WarrenWhitlock

Phweet – : Lets you accept calls with one click from your Twitter page or Twitter clients. You don’t need to download or share anything more to talk because the call is contained within a PhweetUrl; a smart link that calls you. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterFone – : A free service that lets you update your Twitter feed using your voice from any mobile or cell phone. You call it, speak your tweet, and hang up. A short while later, your tweet will be posted on Twitter. Contributed by @WayneSutton

Seesmic – : Seesmic is a video sharing service just like YouTube, Vimeo, Viddler, etc. However; when you post a video on Seesmic, it can send an update to your Twitter account. Contributed by @Blogi360

Eyejot This! – A bookmarklet that enables you to send Eyejot video messages pertaining to web sites you visit directly to your Twitter account. Your Eyejot message will automatically contain a link to the page you’re on along with the page title. You create your Eyejot video using only your webcam and microphone. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Research, Find and Manage Followers

Twitter Search – : Enables you to find out what’s happening in the world beyond your personal Twitter timeline. Twitter Search (formerly Summize) helps you filter all the real-time information coursing through Twitter. Contributed by @AdamDesAutels and @WarrenWhitlock

Twitterholic - Shows the top 100 users on Twitter based on number of followers. Contributed by @MarkRess

Top 100 Tweeters – The top 100 most popular Twitter users. Updated daily. Contributed by @GeekMommy

TwitDir – : A Twitter User Directory. Contributed by @Blogi360

Tweetbeep – : Like Google alerts for Twitter! Sends alerts by email when a tweet matches your search. Contributed by @RoyMontero & @MariSmith

Twemes – : Through the use of twemes or hashtags (#) you can view what people are talking about across the Twitterverse. Contributed by @AdamDesAutels and @WarrenWhitlock

Tweetscan - : A real-time search engine for Twitter that will also deliver results via email. ontributed by @CoachDeb

Twist - : Enables you to see and graphically chart popular trends being discussed on Twitter. Contributed by @SuzysPlace

Tweet 2 Tweet – : Tracks the public timelines to collect data in order to view conversations between two Twitter users. Contributed by @LindaLocke

TwitterSafe – : If you lost your Followers, Following, and Replies on ‘Black Tweetsday’, you know the panic and fear that raced through the Twitterverse. Now there is a solution, to keep YOU Safe..TwitterSafe! Your One-Click Backup and Restoration Vault! Contributed by @CoachDeb

Tweetake – : Lets you back up your followers, friends, tweets and everything else that you may have on Twitter. Contributed by @CoachDeb

TweetStats - : Provides colourful graphs on month-to-month, daily and hourly tweets, people replied to most, and interfaces preferred for individual Twitter users. Contributed by @MattSurfs

TwitterBuzz - : TwitterBuzz collects links that are mentioned on Twitter and arranges them in order of popularity. You can view links mentioned in the last hour, day, week, or forever (since archival started). Contributed by @MarkRess

Twitter Karma – : A flash application that fetches your friends and followers from Twitter when you click the “Whack!” button, then displays them for you, letting you quickly paginate through them. Contributed by @DaveWebb

Twitscoop - : Twitscoop crawls hundreds of tweets every minute and extracts the words which are mentionned more often than usual. The result is displayed in a Tag Cloud, using the following rule: the hotter the subject, the bigger the tag text. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Quotably – : In addition to seeing what’s the most popular conversations on Twitter, also enables you to read the entire conversations of Twitter users. Contributed by @SharonMcP

DoesFollow – : Answers the question “does (Twitter username) follow (Twitter username)?” Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twellow – : Enables you to search for people on Twitter or, if you don’t exactly know who you’re looking for, you can search by categories sorted by keywords related to such things as industry, interests, or hobbies. Patty said this about Twellow on the TwitterHandbook blog, “I think this will be a great resource for all Twitter users to find people on Twitter they have something in common with based on niche.” Contributed by @littlebytesnews

My Tweeple – : Lists people you are following and your Twitter followers in alphabetic order. You can follow, unfollow, block or ding spammers. Ding=bad. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitterdex –
Publicize your Twitter account as well as find other popular Twitterers.
Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterLocal –
Lets you find Twitter users around a certain area. Just enter a city, state, postal code, choose the range of miles you want to include and hit the button. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterPoster -
Provides a visual representation of the degree of influence of the Twitter users. Contributed by @SharonMcP

PicoBuzz – Your Buzz Chart for Twitter -
A web app that extracts current buzzlike activity from Twitter. Data is pulled–and statistics are updated–frequently (on the order of minutes). Cool tool to see what the hottest trends of the moment are. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterSnooze –
Lets you temporarily block the tweets of people that get noisy for a 24-hour period. This is especially good when someone goes to a conference that you’re following and tweeting in blog-like fashion the day’s events. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Locate and Publicize Twitter Meetups (Tweetups)

Triangle Tweetups –
Schedule of meetups of Twitter users from NC.
Contributed by @WayneSutton

Twitzu Events for Twitter –
Having a meetup, get together or party? Publicize it on Twitzu while blasting it out to your Twitter followers. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Browser and Blog Twitter Applications

Flock Social Media Web Browser -
Flock makes it easy to discover, access, create and share videos, photos, blogs, feeds and comments across social communities, including Twitter. Contributed by @flocker

TwitterCounter –
A counter for bloggers and webmasters that shows the number of followers you have on Twitter. Contributed by @WarrenWhitlock

Twitzer –
A Firefox extension that lets you post tweets longer than 140 characters.
Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterFox –
A Firefox Addon which allows you to update and view your friends’ status without logging into Twitter on the web. Contributed by @LisaPreston

RSS2Twitter –
A freeware perl tool (or a Windows executable) to send to Twitter (batch) the links and posts of a RSS feed. Contributed by @MarkRess

Shareaholic - Makes it easy for you to submit the web page you’re on to your favorite social, sharing and bookmarking services. Contributed by @MarkRess

TwittyTunes –
A FoxyTunes companion Firefox extension that allows you to post your currently playing songs to Twitter with a click. Contributed by @MarkRess

TweetMyBlog –
Twitter Plugin for WordPress that automatically posts to Twitter when you update your blog. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterCard –
A Twitter blog widget that acts as your Twitter business card by showing your recent status, picture and location. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitterdoodle –
Wordpress plugin that creates automatic mashup posts relevant to your site’s content from the daily chatter that goes on at Twitter. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitter Badge –
A Twitter widget you can add to your blog or website to keep your readers up-to-date on your latest tweets. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Feedtweeter -
Feedtweeter adds your Plurks and updates to Twitter and the other way aound in a sane way, but it (should) work with any RSS feed. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitThis –
When visitors to your website click on the TwitThis button or link, it takes the URL of the webpage and creates a shorter URL using TinyURL. Then visitors can send this shortened URL and a description of the webpage to all of their friends on Twitter. You can also add the TwitThis bookmarklet to your browser’s toolbar to send a message through Twitter about any page you are viewing. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitBin -
Send and receive Twitter updates, right from your Firefox browser.
Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterBook –
Firefox add-on that enables you to Tweet your favorite sites when you bookmark them on your browser. Contributed by @SharonMcP

TwitterBar – TwitterBar allows you to post to Twitter from Firefox’s address bar. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Chirrup –
A Twitter comment system for your blog. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitterfeed -
Checks your blog’s feed at the intervals you specify and post any new items to your Twitter followers. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Web-Based Twitter Resources

Twitrefresh –
A web-based application that automatically refreshes your Twitter homepage every 60 seconds. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Tweetlater –
Enables you to schedule future-dated tweets, automatically follow new users and send automated thank you notes to your new followers. Contributed by @SuzysPlace

Alt Code Characters –
Enables you to add symbols such as hearts, smiley faces, the sun, musical notes and more to your Tweets using the alt key and 0-255 decimal numbers. Contributed by @MariSmith

Twiddict – Lets you tweet even when Twitter is down. Tweet your heart out through Twiddict and avoid life-changing withdrawal symptoms during Twitter downtime. Contributed by @CoachDeb

Twiffid –
Automatically detects the feeds of the websites your Twitter friends have listed in their Twitter profiles and presents them to you in a Twitter-like format. Contributed by @JPmicek

OutTwit –
An add-in for Outlook. Andrea Kalli commented on the Twitter Handbook blog, “I’m in Outlook all day and it just makes it easier for me to browse, post, and reply to Twitter posts.”
Contributed by Andrea Kalli

TwitterMail –
Enables you to send Twiter updates from your email client. Will also send you an email of all @ replies sent to you. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitter Ratio –
Your Twitter Ratio is the ratio of your followers to friends (or people who you follow). It is measured with the TFF Ratio (Twitter Follower-Friend Ratio). The higher the ratio, the more Twitter heat you pack. Contributed by @Corvida

ReplyBot –
Scans the last 20 replies in your stream and auto-follows everyone who has replied to you recently. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Twitturly –
Twitt(url)y is a service for tracking what URLs people are discussing on Twitter. Kind of like Digg for Twitter. Contributed by @SaleZy

Twittervision -
See tweets from all over the world on an interactive map.
Contributed by @MarkRess

Twordy –
Twordy lets you post as many characters as you wish. The service simply updates your Twitter account with a link to the longer, wordier, Twordy. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Tweetburner –
Tweetburner lets you track what happens with the links you share on Twitter. Contributed by @SharonMcP

Tweetmarks –
Easily organize the links you share on Twitter! Tweetmarks can even add your links to automatically! Contributed by @SharonMcP

TweetAnswers –
Like merging Yahoo! Answers with Twitter. Contributed by @SharonMcP

SecretTweet –
Tweet your secrets to the Twitterverse anonymously. Shhhh!
Contributed by @SharonMcP

TweetUpsideDown –
A fun app created by @4fthawaiian that enables you to send upside down tweets. (This is just for kicks and to get your readers to think differently by reading your tweets differently. Well, at least that’s my take on this fun app. @CoachDeb)

Tweetclouds -
Make a word cloud from a public Twitter stream.
Contributed by @JPmicek

Twitscoop –
Twitscoop was built to help you stay on top of twitter’s hot topics or discussions. Contributed by @JPmicek



6 Benefits To Outsourcing Social Media

Monday, March 30, 2009 18:17

So… it seems that everyone is tlaking about social media marketing these days. Just this morning the women on The View were haveing a heted discussion around Twitter. Whoopie Goldberg says she is not jumping on board, which if I don’t say so myself, would be a huge mistake on her part. She’s going to miss out on a lot of FREE publicity she could be getting. You may be hearing all this buzz around social media sites and wondering if your business should take the plunge too. The three most common fear/questions I hear are:

I don’t know how to do it.
Is this something that will really be useful to us?
Should we do this ourselves, or hire someone else to do it?

The answers to these three questions are : It’s OK, you can learn and there are others that do understand it and know how to leverage it’s power; Most definitely YES!; and lastly …It depends on your time and commitment – you really want the best of both worlds here.

The first thing you probably need to do is to get very real with your motives. Why do you want to engage in social media and what do you hope to get out of it? If you don’t have a plan or road map to where you want to go, you can get lost very quickly in the plethora of different social media sites and applications. Social media definitely requires an internal commitment from your business. You need to not only have a strategy, but also plan to invest your time and resources from within your business in order to be successful. People are social by nature and want to interact with real people, discussing real concerns and issues. If you can provide a solution to these issues or problems, then people are going to want to hear what you have to say.

Everything can be handled by a third party, however, a third party will not have the same enthusiasm or passion about what you are doing. The authenticity and immediacy of the social media experience is really important. In fact, it may be well worth your time and energy to invest in a social media point person – someone who understands your business and can make your foray into social media a top priority.

There are, however, a number of reasons to use outsourced help – setting up our accounts, design work required for banners or headers, technical assistance or content creation. This is something that if you do not engage on a daily basis can easily be put off until another day, and by then, you’ve lost the momentum gained by engaging wih the waiting world. To ahve someone in charge of this effort short circuits this procrastination, which we all know is the downfall of many business leaders today. If you’re paying someone else to do the work, odds are that the work will get done, not just sit at the bottom of your to-do list.

6 benefits that make social media outsourcing a good idea:

1. Speed: If you are new to social media – or ready to embark on a broader social media strategy – having someone who knows how is critical to get things into place quickly.
2. Training: A social media expert can teach you how to do things, set up workable systems and time tables, even automate the process, and then transition some duties back to you.
3. Reach: You’re as good as the people you know and the quicker you plug into other networks the more exposure you receive. Outsource specialists know people and they can recommend you to others who might be interested in what you are doing.
4. Expertise: Someone else has already made the mistakes – learn from that.
5. Planning: The social media expert can create a fluid network utilizing the strengh of your combined reach and network, rather than you implementing a haphazard “try-it-and-see-if-it-works” approach. This will equal greater success in the long run.
6. Branding: You want to select a social media expert with marketing and design capabilities in addition to social media know-how. This will ensure your brand integrity across al social media platforms.

Depending on the extent of your social networking knowledge, or those who you already have working for you, will really drive your decision on whether to use an outsourced expert or not. Get laser focused on how much time you have to devote to the effort each week ( schedule times to do social media just like you would schedule a meeting), make a plan, and review and revise it often.

As the owner of Excellent Marketing Group, I am here to help you be successful in whatever you do. I pride myself on always being available to my clients. if I can answer any questions you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact me at (404) 784 – 1008.

To your social media success!



Recommended Source For All Things Video

Sunday, March 29, 2009 21:50

I recently came across a professional video and camera business that actually has great product selection along with great pricing. Not often you find those offered by the same company.

B&H Photo – Video – Digital Cameras = The Professional’s Source. You’ll find more selection on digital cameras, video equipment and accessories than any where else. The flip video has revolutionaized the internet and video, making it possible for just about anyone to shoot and upload a video to the internet to be shared with millions.

I highly recommend it – check it out here, it’s where the pro’s shop - B&H Professional Source

For the best prices on the incredible Flip Video Camera’s you have to check out this online shop – Excellent Marketing Group Bookstore & Accessories

I highly recommend that you go browse around and see the incredible deals available. It is where I bought mine for under $120! Especially good deal on the software I recommend to edit your Flip video’s – Adobe’s Premiere Elements 7



The Bloggers Bible

Wednesday, March 18, 2009 18:52
Posted in category Blogging, Websites

It is not often that I am immediately impressed by a product that someone is claiming to be the biggest and the best since sliced bread. But after researching the Bloggers Bible by Caroline Middlebrook, I am convinced this just may be one of those great products on the market today about blogging and how to set up a blog to make money. AND SHE IS OFFERING AN EMAIL VERSION OF IT FOR FREE! She takes time to walk you through each step of the process – really is amazing and easy to follow, covering the in depth questions most guru’s don’t even bother to tell you.

FREE 49-Part Course! Click here to view more details
You can either sign up to receive the FREE 12 Module – 49 Lesson Course via email for free, or jump right in with the Fast Tract Course which you download immediately.

Step-by-Step Structure

The course is designed to teach you how to make money blogging in an easy step-by-step manner. You get the first stuff first and each lesson builds on the previous. Caroline quickly cover essential concepts so that you can cover all the bases and then come back to important ideas with more advanced strategies that you can implement once you’ve built a solid foundation.


This is a course that teaches you how to make MONEY blogging, not just about building a pretty hobby blog. This goal is ingrained throughout the entire course from the very first lesson. This avoids the trap that many bloggers fall into when they spend months building a popular blog only to make $0 profits. She made this mistake at the beginning of her blogging career too – but you can learn from her mistakes and build a profitable blog from the outset.

Real HOW-TO, no fluff!

This course excludes much of the theoretical waffle that you find in so many information products these days. She’ll tell you what you need to know and then show you exactly what you need to do to put it into practice. This is an actionable course.

Free Action Guide

A bonus that is included with the Fast Track version which subscribers of the free lessons do not get is an easy-printable action plan. This is a check list showing you a quick recap of exactly what to do after each lesson including those activities which you will need to introduce on an on-going basis. This will make it very easy for you to not only consume the information but to actually TAKE ACTION with it. After all, knowledge without action is quite useless!

Free Bonus Lessons

The Fast Track version now has 4 bonus lessons that are not available in the email series. This brings the total up to 53 lessons and lots more bonus lessons are planned!

FREE 49-Part Course! Click here to view more details

If You Purchase The Fast Tract Version, I Guarantee You’ll Make Your Money Back FAST!

I keep emphasizing this point – this course is designed to teach you how to actually make money blogging and build a blog that is bringing in far more than the cost of the course each and every month! Caroline guarantees you that if you implement the action steps in this course, then you will have earned back the cost of the course (hopefully a lot more!) within 3 months. If you haven’t, she’ll refund you the difference!

Here’s what you get:

The Bloggers Bible Course Curriculum

The course is split into 49 self contained lessons organized into 12 core modules. These are as follows:

Module 1 – Introduction (5 lessons)

The introductory lessons discuss how to select a topic and direction for your blog, how to clearly define your goals, conduct some essential blog planning and prepare an initial post repository. I also give you a brief introduction to SEO as a foundation for later lessons.

Module 2 – Technical Setup (6 lessons)

The technical lessons cover everything you need to know to get your actual blog built. Everything from hosting to WordPress (the software of choice for blogging!), RSS feeds, stats tracking, contact forms, archive pages and some other technicalities. I also discuss the ‘launch’ process of your new blog in this module.

Module 3 – Basic Content (3 lessons)

Content is the backbone of any successful blog and although it can be a large subject, in this module I give you just the essential information to create some really solid content that you can begin to monetize without bogging you down in details that can be left until later.

Module 4 – Basic Monetization (5 lessons)

As this course is designed to enable you to make money blogging, we want to start monetization as quickly as possible. In this module I teach you how to effectively implement some of the easier strategies such as contextual advertising and affiliate marketing. These strategies can be implemented from the beginning and allow you to start generating an income as soon as the traffic starts to trickle in.

Module 5 – Traffic (5 lessons)

No traffic = no profits! This module introduces the topic of traffic with strategies can be implemented from the outset. I also discuss how to properly analyse your blog traffic so that you can make tweaks that boost it in the future.

Don’t wait!  Check it out for yourself for free!

FREE 49-Part Course! Click here to view more details

Module 6 – Basic Link Building (3 lessons)

Another source of traffic is search engine traffic but this takes longer to build because it is entirely driven by the ability of your blog to rank highly for traffic-generating keywords. This in turn requires backlinks and so in this module I give you a few easy link building methods that you can begin to put to work straight away.

Module 7 – Social Media (6 lessons)

The final traffic source that I discuss (traffic is SO important!) is Social Media which is a huge subject. In this module I don’t try to cover it ALL – I just focus on those specific sites that have proven their ability to drive literally thousands of visitors and links to even a brand new blog.

Module 8 – Readership (2 lessons)

Building a profitable blog implies that you sell stuff to your readers. If you want that to happen you have to provide them with excellent value, look after them and nurture them. This module shows you how to do just that!

Module 9 – Maintenance (1 lesson)

Just like a car, a blog needs an occasional bit of maintenance work done. Before we dive into the advanced topics, I give you a quick lesson on essential blog maintenance to keep everything running in top condition.

Module 10 – Advanced Content (4 lessons)

There are millions of new blogs created every year. I firmy believe that there is always room for more blogs but if you are in a crowded niche then you need to stand out from the crowd – be different, be BETTER than the rest. You’re already creating good content but now that we’ve got all the essentials down its time to ramp up our efforts and create some truly outstanding content!

Module 11 – Advanced Monetization (6 lessons)

Standard monetization strategies like those in module 4 often have a certain cap to them. There’s only so much you can earn on a per visitor basis and this won’t be as high as you might like. However, if you are prepared to put in some extra effort I’ll give you some specific instructions for transforming your blog into a fully-blown business. Product creation, freebie marketing, membership sites, list building and more are all taught in this module.

Module 12 – Advanced Link Building (3 lessons)

Every blog post we write is an opportunity to increase our search engine traffic but this is only going to happen if we out-rank our competitors which is why link building is so important. This final module teaches you three specific strategies for building quality links – if you’re prepared to put the work in!

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Getting Quality Content For Your Blog

Tuesday, March 17, 2009 22:56
Posted in category Blogging, Websites

All Internet marketing guides stress the importance of using only quality content for the blog pages, yet, the question remains: how can one decide which is good content and which not? I simply suggest that we start from the very nature of the blog: a highly informational and personal site which tackles with subjects in a specific domain. Hence, when designing the blog, don’t make it too complex, stick to the simple structures that allow users to perform actions easily on the page. The frame should also be very simple and the eventual ads and links need to naturally blend in the content of the blog as such. Web design provides the great advantage of using similar fonts and formats, so that only some elements on the page should stand out.

Furthermore, you may have learned by now that you need to create the site content around some high-in-demand keywords that users type in the search box of the engine. The more the keywords, the higher the chances to have your blog appear in the first result pages. However, many bloggers understand keyword density the wrong way. The blog content should naturally include the keywords in an easy-to-read kind of way; a keyword density that goes higher than 2 or 3% could make the articles less appealing to the reader.

There are some tips you may consider when creating quality content for a blog. First of all, regardless of the domain and the target audience, it should be reader-friendly and even reader-oriented if it be the case. This means that even when you deal with a scientific topic, you can still keep the reader’s attention vivid since not everybody who visits your blog has a professional cultural background. Write everything in short or medium-sized paragraphs so that the information naturally flows without being hard to track in case of an interruption.

Statistics show that blogs that include links in the very article content are more successful than those who present links at the bottom of the page for instance. Inserted links allow the reader to get a puzzle-explanation of a concept or provide the opportunity to show interest for specific products or services. Furthermore, the blogs that make a happy combination of written content, pictures and videos are considered a lot more appealing to the average Internet user, and thus receive a lot more traffic. The key to being successful within the blogging system is definitely the continuous adaptation to the requests of the market.



Announcing The Launch Of Website Traffic Bootcamp

Sunday, March 15, 2009 20:49
Posted in category Blogging, Websites

Good news for website owners and affiliates who need more traffic because someone has finally put together a traffic generation training course that has long been needed.

Dave Lovelace opened the doors to Website Traffic Bootcamp and it’s generating quite a buzz.

With 12 training modules (not including the bonuses) and 38 “watch over the expert’s shoulder” coaching videos, anyone of any skill level will finally be able to drive traffic online.

It’s no secret, although many gurus want it to be, the secret weapon to online sales is the ability to attract and generate traffic on demand.  If you can master this skill, then you can write your own paycheck.

Enter Website Traffic Bootcamp.  If you can follow instruction by watching easy to understand, concise video coaching then you can master traffic generation online!

A warning: there are products on the market that offer you 101 ways to get traffic online.  Don’t waste your time with that stuff.  You won’t be getting 101 “most affective” ways, but rather 101 “ideas”.

Website Traffic Bootcamp teaches you how to leverage 12 proven strategies covering the most effective free and paid methods.

This includes new Web 2.0 techniques, viral marketing, SEO secrets, super-charged link building, article marketing, joint venture marketing, ezine advertising, video marketing, banner advertising, and more.

You would expect to pay a LOT more than what Dave is asking for this video coaching.  But the price is very recession-friendly and the value is huge.

If you need more targeted traffic to your website or affiliate campaigns for generating leads and sales, you’ll find Website Traffic Bootcamp a goldmine.

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Website Traffic Bootcamp