Archive for the ‘Web Marketing’ Category

Follow-Up – TNX.net Thoughts

Wednesday, May 14th, 2008

I’ve had the chance to use TNX.net now for a few months, so I can give a better opinion on it. For the original review, you can check it out here. TNX.net is pretty close to being a fire and forget income generator. Although you can make enough of an income stream without ever having [...]

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Even More Tips On Getting Those First Visits To Your Website

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

Sometime ago, I wrote on article detailing 7 tips on getting those first visits to your website. Here are some additional tips that can help you get that jumpstart that you need. Your Email Signature is Prime Real Estate. Have a few links (but nothing elaborate) to your website in your email signature. A well-written [...]

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Quick Tip To Make Your Website More Sticky

Saturday, April 5th, 2008

Even if you already have a related posts widget for WordPress which helps with your blog’s stickiness, there is another quick tip that may multiply the users that are coming to your site. In the blogosphere (yeah, I said it), stickiness refers to the likeliness of a visitor remaining on your website after he/she has [...]

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7 Tips On Getting Those First Visits To A New Website

Monday, March 17th, 2008

Starting off any kind of website is tough when you don’t have another strong website’s traffic to leverage into your new website. So what is it that you can do to get that first big break? What can we do to make those first few visits stick? 1 – Start With Great Content – Your [...]

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Banner Blindness And You

Monday, March 10th, 2008

Banner blindness is a phenomenon where users will naturally ignore advertisement banners, regardless of what they’re about or how relevant (or irrelevant) they are. For us publishers, it affects us because advertisers will be willing to pay less and less for an advertising method that does not work. Eye-tracking studies have shown that a user’s [...]

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How I Made $66 From One Link

Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

It’s time for story time. Hopefully you won’t mind that I’m dealing with $66 instead of $6600. Yesterday, I checked my mail and I saw what looked like a check through the cellophane window on the envelope. I thought to myself that this was likely the result of me being included on some sort of [...]

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New Big Contender in the Text Link Market?

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008

I was poking around DigitalPoint forums, and there was a promotion from TNX.net, a new contender in the text link brokerage market. You could get 5000 points, points they use as currency. Of course, tempted by anything free, I bit. (See the thread here). What I found, was a site that was really serious about [...]

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Develop Multiple Revenue Streams Online

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

I’ve read articles in the past where financially successful people were interviewed and they gave tips. These tips outlined that it’s important to have multiple revenue streams in your life. In the event that one of your streams succumb, you’ll always have a backup to help rebuild or to absorb some of the impact. This [...]

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New Web Application – Looking For Suggestions

Friday, January 25th, 2008

I discussed in a previous article that I had a domain name (BigGirlfriend.com) that I had no idea what to do with. Turns out I developed an application that I was going to use (regardless if it’s released to the public or not) and figured I’d whip up a quick skin and throw it on [...]

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Upcoming Project Announcement

Monday, November 26th, 2007

In an effort to establish myself as a personality in a web marketing niche, I have a project in mind. It will be a simple one-page website that estimates potential ad revenue based on a site’s existing statistics or on a site’s potential statistics. I’m hoping to get repeat visitors who either bookmarked the resource [...]

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