This Monday, we're here with another Mixup podcast episode. The topic for this episode is rarely discussed on the web, yet we find it extremely important: true ownership of your platform and business.
Owning your platform is one of the three main pillars we talk about on ActiveGrowth. We find these three pillars so essential that it's the first thing you can read about on our homepage.
So, what exactly does "owning your platform" mean? And what are the mistakes entrepreneurs make, that leave them with a business they don't truly own? Listen to today's episode to find out!
It's a simple and straight forward question - and one that is asked often: how to make money from a blog?
In today's post, I give my usual style of unconventional and strategic answer to this question.
By the end of it, you may not be swimming in passive income, but you'll have a perspective that allows you to see through a lot of marketing talk around the topics of blogging and passive income.Continue reading
In this interview, Matt Carter discusses the keys to his amazing success with niche marketing and talks in detail about what he does to make sure his sites rank well.
Matt Carter is a leading authority on SEO and niche marketing, as there are few people who have as much success or as much experience with niche sites as himself. Check out the interview below to get some very valuable insight into how he works.
It’s been around three weeks since I started the “Throw Money At It” project, during which I attempt to build profitable sites by paying for all content and SEO and doing as little work of my own as possible, on the sites. In other words, I’m trying to “pay my way” to a profitable website, using content and SEO/link-building services.
In today’s update, I want to share some exciting initial results and tell you about the two most important factors that lead to great rankings for the sites in this project.
There are countless ways of making money online and I cannot cover them all in this post. However, in terms of monetizing a website, there are four very common methods: Renting out ad-space, using AdSense or similar contextual advertising, promoting CPA offers and promoting products as an affiliate.
These four methods are arranged neatly along a sliding scale and understanding them makes for a good foundation of knowledge about website monetization in general.
So, let’s go right ahead and examine these four methods.