For most people, starting a brand new site from scratch inevitably means a dip that can last months where you slave away building the site, creating content and putting in lots of hours but with little to no reward.
It’s the most difficult time in creating an online presence – you’re full of uncertainty about whether your efforts will pay off and even the most epic piece of content is rewarded with deafening silence from your tragically fictitious audience.
Well, you may be pleased to know that it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way!
We asked the top online entrepreneurs in our market to tell us what they would do to get 1,000 visitors to their site within the first 30 days. And here are the answers that they gave:
Did you know that there’s one single factor that you can look at to predict an individual’s future success with astonishing accuracy?
That means that if you asked me to predict how successful a starting entrepreneur will be, I’d only want (and need) to know one single thing about them.
I’ll tell you exactly what that factor is (and back it up with science). But first, let me show what it has to do with online videos.
In today’s podcast episode, our guest is Sunil from the Extra Money Blog.
Sunil has a perspective on online businesses and passive income that’s quite different from the “mainstream” if it can be called that. In the interview, he explains his views on growing and nurturing income sources slowly, but steadily. We also talk about his niche sites and how he makes them Google-slap-proof and he shares his unique insights regarding motivation and drive, to see large projects through to the end.
Listen to the podcast episode below.
In today’s podcast episode, we have a chat with Rob Cornish from GainHigherGround. Rob has gone from absolute beginner to being highly successful in the stock trading as well as the online marketing niche, in the space of just 18 months. The kind of success he’s had is a clear indication that he’s doing something right, so we decided to find out more.
Check out the video or audio below to learn how Rob applies the Pareto principle (80/20) to his business and how he uses what he calls the “Traffic Escalator” method, to drive lots of free, non-Google traffic to his sites and products.
In this week’s episode, we have a guest on our podcast. Michael Aagaard from ContentVerve is a copywriting and conversion optimization specialist from Denmark.
In the podcast, he tells us about his approach to conversion optimization and why sometimes, the best things to do is to break some rules. He also reveals his content marketing strategy for his relatively recently launched English blog.
Check out the video and audio versions of this podcast below:
In this episode of the IM Impact podcast, Shane Melaugh and Paul McCarthy discuss the importance of adding emotional appeal to blog posts and other content. We also talk about some things we want to change about this website (and why) and some things that will never change (and why not).
Watch the video to see this latest podcase episode!
In today’s post I’ve got a video with some examination and two very important questions for you.
There are some similarities between the most popular blogs online and they’re similarities no one ever seems to talk about. And I may have to change this website in some key ways, if I want to make it more popular. Can I do so without “selling my soul”?
Check out the video and tell me your opinion!