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How John Chow Makes $100,000 a Month Blogging

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http://www.bloggingtips.com - If you heard that someone was making six figures a month blogging, you would probably think they they were doing something illegal or were a huge business that sold high end services. In this case, it’s none of them… it’s just John Chow. John Chow his now one of the world’s most well known and successful independent bloggers, and he’s raking in a comfortable $100,000 per month in earnings. How did all of this happen? In short, it took a lot of time, work and testing to figure out what John’s audience wanted and how to best deliver it to them. However… for John, not only does he make it look easy, he lives very open about it and shares his success story with others around him as well. John started his blog back in 2005 and once he started talking a

Google+ : A Social Networking Site or Future Business Opportunity

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http://www.blogengage.com - Before I get into the article, I would like to say that, everything that I will be mentioning here are my personal views and opinions. It is important to mention this because currently, there’s a huge transition from Facebook to Google+ in the social media world. While doing some research for this post, I observed […]

30 Most Important Google Ranking Factors A Beginner Should Know

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http://positionly.com - Google uses about 200 various factors to rank a site. Apparently. It doesn’t matter how accurate this number is. The sheer magnitude of it is still intimidating. Especially for someone only starting to rank their site. But here is the catch. Not all those factors are equally important. Some are indeed a must haves but... Read more »The post 30 Most Important Google Ranking Factors A Beginner Should Know appeared first on Positionly Blog.

5 Useless Elements You Need To Remove From Your Blog Right Now!

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http://www.bloggingwizard.com - You want visitors to come back to your site.

And in most cases they don’t.

But, what if I could show you a quick series of tweaks that you can make to your blogs layout which would fix the problem?

Does it sound too good to be true?

I used to think so too until I started making these exact small tweaks.

Sooner after, more visitors were sticking around for longer and they were coming back.

How to Master SEO with Google Analytics – Beginners Guide

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http://positionly.com - Rankings are a great measure of SEO success. They don’t paint the whole picture though. You may know that what you do is working. But what about your boss, a business partner, client, spouse or whoever else you have to report to? Current rankings for a particular keyword are not enough to convince them to... Read more »The post How to Master SEO with Google Analytics – Beginners Guide appeared first on Positionly Blog.

3 Conversion Hacks that Will Boost Your Revenue Sky High

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http://positionly.com - It’s easy for marketers to fall victim to vanity metrics. What are ‘vanity metrics,’ you ask? These are numbers that get us excited, despite a total lack of relevance to a business’s bottom line. Think: pageviews, raw, downloads, and registered users. These are awesome, top-of-funnel numbers that kickstart the customer acquisition process. But they’re not... Read more »The post 3 Conversion Hacks that Will Boost Your Revenue Sky High appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Low Hanging Fruit Link Building for Boring and/or Ugly Sites

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http://positionly.com - In the past I have written about how there are no really boring niches to optimize for and how you can make any topic exciting. This time I’d like to take a step back and introduce some low hanging fruit link building techniques for boring or even ugly sites. There are indeed businesses no sane... Read more »The post Low Hanging Fruit Link Building for Boring and/or Ugly Sites appeared first on Positionly Blog.

How to Increase The Engagement of Your Audience (And Make them Trust You)

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http://www.bloggingtips.com - So you’ve a blog and you want to get more money from it. You know that the most profitable way to do this is by selling products. But you also know that you need the trust of your audience. You want them to trust you. To buy from you because they know that you’ll give them great value. But how to make your audience trust you? How to make them be sure that you’ll provide great value for them? The answer is Engagement. The Secret Weapon To Build A Blog That Builds Business is engagement, not traffic and all this stuff. Sure, traffic is essential to get people to your blog. But you don’t need thousands of visitors to build a blog that builds business. Check out Yaro’s post How Much Traffic Does Your Blog Need To Make $100,000 A Year, to know what I mean. YouR

A Beginner’s Guide to Rich Snippets

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http://positionly.com - Like the canonical tag we recently discussed, the use of Rich Snippets (or Schema.org markup) is by no means mandatory, but it does benefit search engines, users and yes, even site operators. The big difference though is that, unlike the canonical tag, the benefit is more noticeable to all involved: The search engines are able... Read more »The post A Beginner’s Guide to Rich Snippets appeared first on Positionly Blog.

How To Build Online Business in 5 Steps

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http://www.bloggingtips.com - Just like any form of business, online business is not something that will be served to you in a silver platter. You have to work for it. You have to follow some tried and tested steps so that you will end up successful. As an online entrepreneur, these are 5 steps that you should follow in building an online business: 1.Identify your target market. Many budding entrepreneur begin the product in mind then look for a market who will patronize their products. If you do this, expect that you will more likely fail in your endeavor. Why is this so? In most cases, online entrepreneurs design and create products that they are very much into but necessarily what a particular group of clients demand and want. What you should do now is design the product after identifying your market. 2. Think of h