My 3 Top Sources For Paid Mobile Traffic…

You may already know that getting quality, profitable mobile traffic can be quite challenging.

Before continuing, first understand that it’s critically important that your sites are fully optimized for mobile devices.

More and more people shift their web surfing away from PC’s and more towards smartphones and tablets.

So knowing that, it’s important to orient both your sites and your traffic generation to work WITH mobile, and not against it

So today, let’s talk about the top three paid mobile traffic sources for your marketing activities…

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  • October 23, 2016

How To Make Money With Flippa – Part 2

In our last installment??, we started covering the basics of making money with Flippa.com.

Now let’s cover some specific strategies to leverage Flippa to make you money!

1. Use Google AdSense to show revenue

Google AdSense is a solid revenue model, you just have to use it the right way.

By buying a quality website or forum with decent traffic, you can leverage it with Adsense to become a valuable money-maker.

Just a few tweaks or changes to a site’s layout may be all that's needed to increase revenue from a website, blog or forum.

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  • October 15, 2016

How To Make Money With Flippa – Part 1

When it comes to truly succeeding in internet marketing, it all comes down to buiding “assets”!

Just like in any other business, valuable assets that other parties will want to acquire, and use to increase the value of their own business, is where the money’s at!

In the digital world, websites are the internet’s “real estate”. And you can bet that once a website has a real world value, others will become interested in purchasing them.

Among the many platforms that deal with buying and selling websites, the biggest fish in the pond is Flippa.com

So today, let’s focus on the basics of working Flippa:

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  • September 26, 2016

How To Get More Traffic From Bing!

We all know that the lifeblood to success is quality, targeted, and preferably FREE traffic!

And most marketers focus their energies on ranking their sites with Google, since they’re the 800lb. Gorilla of search engines.

What most marketers don’t realize is that it’s fairly easy to rank a site on Bing, the second biggest search engine.

All it takes is a following a few steps to better optimize your site for Bing’s indexing.

Here’s what will help you rank higher on Bing:

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  • September 1, 2016

Bloggers Roadmap Review – What’s it all about?

Everyone should have a blog online, it’s the most important site you will ever create bar none.

It helps your readers connect with you and find out what you’re really about. If done right you can generate traffic, build your income and make massive profits while creating an army of followers.

However, there is a problem?

Not everyone knows how to start a blog that is going to bring these sort of results. You see so many people starting blogs, posting a few articles and then giving up due to lack of traffic, content, comments etc. This happens because those people are doing it wrong.

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  • August 9, 2016

How To Get More Traffic With Forums!

Despite the advent of social media, the “old-school” discussion forums continue to be a solid way to drive traffic to blogs and websites.

On top of that, they’re a great way to tap into passionate fans and enthusiasts of virtually any niche.

​Using forums is also a great way to increase the visibility of your brand online, among other benefits.

Here are some tips to help you get the most out of the time you spend on forums:

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  • August 6, 2016

Is there a good reason behind having a $7 to $10 front end offer?

The question in today’s episode of'Ask Matt Lloyd' was asked by Chris Beesley, from the UK, who says that he often sees marketers who have a front end offer for $7 to $10, and he wants to know if there is a good reason for that.

Matt explains that a front end offer’s purpose is never about making a lot of money on the offer. Instead it is about bringing a paying customer into your business.

He discusses how a paying customer, even if your front end offer is a nominal one, is significantly more responsive than a general lead on your list, and if they have a good experience and you are good with your follow-up, they are much more likely to be a repeat customer in the future.

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  • March 13, 2016
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