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Sunday, May 26, 2024

‘How to Run a Webinar Class to Create Instant Products and Make Recurring Money Online Using GoToWebinar, Camtasia, and PowerPoint’ – Robert Plank’s Podcast

Robert Plank has published a new podcast titled “How to Run a Webinar Class to Create Instant Products and Make Recurring Money Online Using GoToWebinar, Camtasia, and PowerPoint”. Plank says, “If you want to make a nice bundle of money online in a short amount of time, without doing a lot of work, and help the largest number of your customers at the same time, then you need to run a webinar class. I started doing this in 2008 (the same year I bought my house), more than doubled my online income the following year AND quit my job just a few shorts months after I started doing webinars“. How... [...]

‘Profitable Product Creation‘ – Kathleen Gage’s Webinar April 4

Kathleen Gage is hosting a webinar on Thursday, April 4. The topic of the webinar is “Profitable Product Creation”. Kathleen says, “In this special webinar you will … Discover why information products are a “must  do” to have a greater impact on your clients and customers on a global scale Learn how to determine if the products you create are in alignment with who you are Find out 3 things you must do to get started right now Learn why you can’t wait any longer to get your product creation started Find out exactly how to get your first product done in record time Discover... [...]

‘ComScore’s Top 50: Google Nabs No. 1 Spot for Desktop and Mobile’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “ComScore’s Top 50: Google Nabs No. 1 Spot for Desktop and Mobile”. Lenna Garibian says, “Google was the top-ranked Web property in February 2013, attracting some 228.1 million total unique visitors via desktop and mobile devices in the US, according to comScore’s newly launched Media Metrix Multi-Platform service. The inaugural report offers unduplicated accounting of audience size and demographics across the desktop (including video), smartphone, and tablet platforms, comScore said“. ComScore’s Top 50: Google Nabs... [...]

Traffic Travis is back, with better information than ever #ad

For many marketers, Traffic Travis is an old friend. It’s been around 7 years, and has gone through four generations. All over the world, marketers have used it for understanding the way search engines see their websites. Now, its inventors have created a new Professional version of this popular software. For a limited period (2-3 days), Traffic Travis Pro is on sale. Usually, it costs $97 here ( but at the moment it is available as a WSO, for a one-time fee under $30 (although price is rising.) With the Pro version of Traffic Travis, you can: •... [...]

‘A Simple Two-Step Process for Profitable Product Creation’ by Denise Wakeman

Denise Wakeman’s latest blog post is titled “A Simple Two-Step Process for Profitable Product Creation”. Wakeman says, “If you’ve been online for any length of time, you’ve likely heard how profitable information products can be. There is no shortage of experts who claim they make hundreds, even thousands of dollar a day selling information products. It may seem too good to be true, but further investigation will show you that experts in virtually any industry make great money with product creation – when they know what they are doing. Beyond the money, there are ample benefits... [...]

‘Vine Adds Video Embedding, Expands Social Sharing’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

The latest article on  ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Vine Adds Video Embedding, Expands Social Sharing”. Matt McGee says, “Even though there’ve already been some clever brand uses of Vine, the reality is that Twitter’s six-second video sharing app has had an extremely limited feature set. That’s starting to change today with a small-but-important updateto Vine’s iOS app and its video post pages. Each video now has embed code for using on other websites, and can also be shared directly to Twitter and/or Facebook. Plus, as I’ll explain below, there’s a... [...]

‘The Future of Coupons in Affiliate Marketing’ by Shawn Collins’ Video

Shawn Collins has posted a video on “The Future of Coupons in Affiliate Marketing”. Collins Says, “This was a conference session titled The Future of Coupons in Affiliate Marketing from Affiliate Summit East 2011, which took place August 21-23, 2011 in New York City. Session speakers: Trisha Lyn Fawver, Client Services Manager, For Me To Coupon (Moderator) Connie Arnold, Head Bird, LLC Carolyn Kmet, Director of Affiliate Marketing, Groupon Carrie Rocha, Owner, Pocket Your Dollars Kim Rowley, Owner, Key Internet Marketing, Inc”. The Future of Coupons in Affiliate Marketing Shawn... [...]

Azon Affiliate Embarrassing Niche Riches #ad

There are a lot of personal health problems that people don’t like to talk about. Many people don’t even want to talk with a doctor about them. They are too embarrassed. They prefer to research online and buy a solution online whenever possible. That presents a market opportunity for online marketers. Michael McKay’s latest Amazon affiliate package Embarrassing Niche Riches lets you get into these niche markets. In this new package, McKay gives you the tools you need to set up an affiliate site for 5 health niches: 1. Acne 2. Arthritis 3. Toenail Fungus 4. Liver Cleanse 5. Hair... [...]

‘Why Didn’t Someone Else Buy Goodreads Before Amazon?’ – ‘The Forrester Blog’

The latest article on ‘The Forrester Blog’ is titled “Why Didn’t Someone Else Buy Goodreads Before Amazon?”. James McQuivey says, “After traveling 5,000 miles in three days to speak about digital disruption (I know, it’s odd that my physical body has to go somewhere to talk about being more digitally disruptive), I fell asleep on a train yesterday and missed one of the most noteworthy events of the week: Amazon acquired Goodreads. Full disclosure on this one up front: Amazon published my recent book, Digital Disruption. At the same time, I am a Goodreads member for more... [...]

‘How to Tell Google Not to Index a Page in Search Results [Quick Tip]’ – HubSpot

The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “How to Tell Google Not to Index a Page in Search Results [Quick Tip]”. Elliot Miller says, “Indexing as many pages on your website as possible is tempting for marketers who are trying to boost their search engine authority. While it’s true that publishing more pages that are relevant for a particular keyword (assuming they’re also high quality) will improve your ranking for that keyword, sometimes there’s just more value in keeping certain pages on your website out of a search engine’s index”. How to Tell Google... [...]

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