Thursday, April 30, 2009

Excellent Pay Per Action Affiliate Money Maker

After reading this article, you will be interested in pay per action affiliate marketing. I'm about to share with you one of my top money makers of all time in the pay per action arena of making money online. Here is one of the all powerful attractive links that lures them in for the sale.

Don't wait for the weekend. Meet someone tonight!
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The company pays a generous commission every time some one registers for a free trial. That is what is refereed to as a "pay per action" affiliate commission. That's what makes this one such an excellent way to make money online.

You see there are no credit cards necessary to sign up and the entire process is virtually painless to the end user. So, if you want to make a few dollars on the Internet, look for excellent affiliate companies to be associated with who have "pay per action" commissions structures. Sign-up and give them a try for free before you decide to promote and you'll see that I am telling the truth.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Homestead Site Builder Lift Off Keys

In the next few paragraphs, I’m going to share three of the most important keys you need to use in order to get your Homestead/SiteBuilder website going in the right direction. If you want to know how to get from zero to 500 visitors a day, take notes because I’m going to give you three keys that will help lead you towards the success you desire to have.

Answer these questions…

1) Are you getting little or no traffic at all to your Homestead Site Builder site?
2) Did you think if you would build a website, then people would automatically find you?
3) Are you discouraged over the results of your efforts?

Soon after I built my first website, my answers to all three of those questions were yes. Here’s how you can start to turn things around like I did when I went from very few to over 500 current visitors a day.

It’s going to take concentrated effort, patience and persistence on your part though. Don’t lose the dream or get discouraged. Eventually, you will have loads of traffic and be making a lot more money than you are now.

Key #1 SEO or Search Engine Optimization

If you have already built your website, before understanding how to apply proper SEO to your site, you’re going to need to make some serious changes. The SEO Extreme Video Series will show you exactly what you need to do in the SiteBuilder in order to get your pages optimized to achieve better search engine results.

Getting top placements with Google is going to involve knowing how to make your website more appealing to their system. The SEO Extreme video series will teach you many techniques that I used to increase my visitors from 20 people a day to 0ver 500 per day. I did this within a two year period.

Key #2 Your Front Page is The Most Important

Website beginners don’t understand the importance of having a generous amount of content on the first page of their website. This is so critical to achieving success on the Internet. Not just any type of content though, it must be original content that is optimized properly. Your most important topics, related to your niche, need to be addressed on the front page in explicit detail.

Key #3 Build an Email/Newsletter List

Learn how to implement the newsletter features that Homestead provides with your account. This is a great way to keep people coming back to your website and also a great way to increase visitors regularly.

I discuss this technique in my free ebook, Ways to Increase Traffic to a Homestead Website.

Watch this video. It will be helpful as well. It is called, Adding a Newsletter to Homestead Website.

Here's a helpful blog post on the subject as well. Creating a Homestead Mailing List

There are many tips that will help you increase visitors and revenue on the World Wide Web. We provide outstanding information in the Homestead Users Marketing Center that will help you achieve a higher level of success in your niche. I cannot stress to you enough about the importance of understanding how to use SEO with your Homestead website. So, learn how to optimize your pages properly, read the Thirty Ways to Increase Traffic ebook, and get started creating something that people will want to opt into a newsletter/email mailing list for. What are you waiting for get started now with any of these resources.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

Internet Marketers Growing Pains

I am discovering that as an Internet marketer there are many growing pains which accompany the dreams of online success. Large companies such as Amazon, Homestead, or Google that we depend upon to promote our products, sometimes make changes which affect us in negative ways. The same is true of positive reinforcement relating to our products through changes that these corporations make.

Issues of Control

Every day the bank account is increasing as the Paypal sales rise, the Adsense earnings climb and the affiliate banners convert. One of the biggest issues an Internet marketer deals with is that of not having much control over the surprise of an unexpected email saying that your account has been suspended because you have stretched the guidelines too far.

I recently learned that Ben Hart, an expert at teaching Google Adwords techniques, had his Adwords campaigns, suddenly and totally stopped by the compliance team. Thousands of dollars instantly began to diminish as thousands of advertisements stopped converting sales for his company. What a shock that would be to discover an email saying that your source of income has just been cut off.

Would you freak out?

In the past couple of months, Joel Comm has had his share of challenges as well. One of his recent blog posts gave great detail about what suddenly happened when his Facebook account was terminated. Just this week Amazon sent him a notice that his account was on suspension for stretching the guidelines, as well.

I had a good friend of mine that invested thousands of hours into setting up Google Adsense on many websites, only to awaken to the alarming news that his account was frozen for one reason or another. He threw in the towel without giving me any details.

I too have recently been the victim of being under the control of a large Internet service provider who made changes to my account. After building a huge email list and sending out mass emails exceeding 3000 pepople every day, my service provider sent me an email saying that someone had sent in a spam complaint, so my account was suspended. But to take it to a higher level, they also informed me that I was violating the terms of use for their email system by sending so many letters out everyday.

Internet Marketers Need to Read The Rules

In each of the above cases, somewhere in the guidelines of these large companies an Internet marketer needed to read and understand the rules and abide by them. In my case, I had no idea that there were limits placed on the number of emails that I could send in a certain period of time. Why, because I had never read the parameters that the company had me agree to when I chose to use them.

Ben Hart has since gotten his Adwords account going again. He contacted Google and is being given another chance because he is willing to work on Google's terms. From what I understand about Joel Comm, he got his Facebook account reinstated and the issue with Amazon is in its infant stages. Those are just a few of the many Internet marketers issues that I am aware of related to having business growing pains. With one or two clicks of a mouse these large companies can exert control over our websites. We must read and understand the rules set in place for Internet marketers if we want to have a certain amount of control over our success.

Creating Links in Homestead's Email
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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Active Links in Homestead Hmail Email

Learning how to make (or,"create") active links that can be clicked in the Homestead Hmail email system will provide convenience for your recipients. I personally have found that this feature is quick and easy to apply to my newsletters. By creating a URL that is connected to my websites, inside my emails, hundreds of visitors are brought to my pages with one click.

Creating Links in a Homestead Email Account

I have tried repeatedly to formulate an active text link and in the process have discovered that creating links with anchor text in Homesteads email is not possible. Here is the method that I did discover which works for making a URL click-able.

1) Login into your Hmail account.
2) Click on "New" this will open the window where you compose the email.
3) Click on "options" at the top of the page, to the right of the menu bar.
4) Select "Format As HTML."
5) Your link must be written like this Place the cursor at the right end of the URL and hit the space bar once. This will activate the URL and make it a click-able link.

There is not anyway to make an active anchor text link inside the Hmail system. You will only be able to make a URL click-able in the Homestead email account.

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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Using Video to Promote Your Website

So, are you using video technology to promote your niche and increase visitors to your website? If you're not then your missing out on a great way to drive people to your site. Ways of increasing visitors to our websites are constantly changing.

Youtube is considered the second largest search engine on the World Wide Web. That should tell us something right there. Where do you go to find information about how to do something? I often login to Youtube to find information. Recently, I did a search for videos about Lasik Eye and also how to build cabinets. I found everything I needed to know within moments.
Have you noticed that videos are in the top of the results pages in Google's findings often? So, not only do we get traffic from Youtube, but we also get top placements with Google. The benefits are double when it comes to having better exposure on the Internet.

I recently watched a video from one of Youtubes staff members. They said that the title of the video is what is the most important to the search engines. If your keyword phrase is in the title, your chances of success are good.

Always use the more info section to give a brief description of the video and include a link to your website. The link must be written this way, It should also be at the top of the paragraph.

The Homestead Users Marketing Center is loaded with many beneficial tools that will help you increase visitors. One of which is a link to a free screen recorder download. This is the same one that I use to produce the video tutorials on Youtube about Homestead Websites.

Using videos to drive people to your website is a powerful way to build trust as well. It gives us all an opportunity to judge the character of the individuals who are behind the scenes.

Here is one of the tutorials we have on how to Add Youtube Videos to a Homestead Website.

Secret Classroom

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Friday, April 24, 2009

Someone Stole My Content

I see this every now and again in blogs and forums,"someone stole my content." I'm so tired of crooks ripping me off. Many of the articles and videos that I have labored to produce have been taken by lazy, lowlifes who are looking for an easy buck. The websites where the thieves place our materials, without permission, are loaded with affiliate links and banners. They do this just to make an easy buck.

As I have progressed at getting top rankings with the search engines, because of the implementing techniques found in the SEO Extreme Video Series, there has been an increase in this type of activity. The content and video thieves know outstanding materials will bring traffic to their sites.

Not long ago someone stole one of my articles and got number one placement on Google for many keyword phrases. I had invested several hours into this particular writing. I also put a few dollars out and paid someone to edit it for me. This post that I launched had value attached to it.

When I discovered the blog where the thief had placed my perfectly optimized article, I went after them like Rambo or the Terminator. Because of the continual pressure that I was forced to apply, they eventually removed the article from their site.

Enforcing Internet standards on behalf of our own materials take loads of time. I don't pursue correcting every act where someone invades my space and steals materials that I have produced. I do however occasionally get focused on these online pirates enough to take them down with persistence.

This incident was not the first time someone stole something that I published onto the Internet and I'm sure it won't be the last. There was a certain amount of satisfaction that came with the victory. It always feels better to make a stand for what we know to be right rather than ignore the obvious law breakers. We are responsible to police our materials and protect them. If someone is stealing from us, it's our position to enforce proper Internet standards on our own behalf.

Has someone stolen from you online?

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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Intuit Websites Affiliate Program

I just noticed that Intuit websites has set up an affiliate program with Commissions Junction. From what I understand, they are offering a nice pay per action commission. It's well worth looking into. Intuit acquired Homestead some time ago. Linkshare handles a nice commissions payout for selling a Homestead website. If your interested in signing-up go to Commissions Junction.

Check out my new Wordpress blog Fix My Cabinet
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