Friday, June 23, 2017

Learn What You Need To Know About SEO Terms For Newbies

Here's a post on Tumblr I stumbled across that gives you a coplete list of the many different SEO terms you will need to know about when starting out online.

Fifteen years ago, SEO did not even exist, so in some way, we are all newbies. It’s just that some are more new than others.

This list of terms is by no means exhaustive but is meant as a basic introduction to the language used in SEO. At the rate new terms area appearing, by the time you have finished reading this list someone will have probably invented a new term, but at least you will have the basics. So let’s get started.

  1. Above the Fold
  2. AdSense
  3. AdWords
  4. Algorithm
  5. Anchor Text
  6. Backlink
  7. Click Through Rate (CTR)
  8. Cloaking
  9. Conversion Rate (CR)
  10. CPC - Cost Per Click
  11. CPM - Cost Per Million
  12. Dead Link
  13. Deep Linking
  14. Google Bomb/Google Bombing
  15. Hand Submission (Forums) 
This is just a very small number of terms used, to see the complete list you cnacheck it out here -

Monday, November 2, 2015

Creating a Killer Free Offer to Build Your Email List

One of the best ways to build a list that you can sell to online is to use a squeeze page.

This is a page that simply takes visitor's names and information and loads them into your autoresponder.

From there you can build a relationship with your list and pitch products that they will hopefully want to buy.

But the first step is to actually get those visitors to give up their name and email addresses. SPAM is a big problem, and many people are leery of giving up their information unless you are offering them something that they really want.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Awesome Tips For Editing Your Small Business Videos

Editing is a skill that seems basic on the face of it but which is actually very nuanced with lots of things to consider.

Small business video editing

There's a very huge difference in results between being able to edit and being able to edit well, so read on and we'll try and ensure that you are doing more of the latter.

Give Yourself a Fighting Chance

The first tip for video editing, is to try and give yourself a fighting chance for editing. This means ideally creating as much footage as possible in your recordings so that you have more to work with. The more filming you do, the more options you'll have when you arrange your video into a sequence.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Attract Visitors To A Website Using Dynamic Content

Anyone who is planning and preparing to launch a new blog or website should always keep in mind that it is very important to keep the design simple, which helps the site visitors to focus on the sites content.

These days, most website visitors are most interested in being able to quickly and easily find the dynamic web content that interests them without getting bogged down in a complex website design.

Virtually any webmaster worth his salt will tell you that using dynamic web content will bring in additional traffic to your website. Many will even tell you if you use a WordPress site that is is a very could idea to ensure that some of those pages on the site are created to be dynamic.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

A Simple Formula for Writing Kick-Ass Blog Titles

Look, I said ass.

And in a minute, you'll know why. It's one thing to write great content, but it's another thing to get it read and ranked -- which is where nailing the title comes in. Titles are what sell the content.

They represent it in search engines, in email, and on social media. It's no surprise, then, that one of the most common questions we get is around crafting titles.

So let's just dive right in, shall we? This post will outline a simple formula for writing kick-ass titles and headlines.

And download this free report for even more data-backed tips on writing awesome titles and headlines.

A Foolproof Formula for Writing Clickable Blog Titles & Headlines

1) Start with a working title.

Before you get into the nitty-gritty of coming up with a perfect title, start with a rough draft: your working title.

What's a working title, exactly? A lot of people confuse working titles with topics. Let's clear that up.

Topics are very general and could yield several different blog posts. Think "raising healthy kids" and "kitchen storage." A writer might look at either of those topics and choose to take them in very, very different directions.

A working title, on the other hand, is very specific and guides the creation of a single blog post. For example, from the topic "raising healthy kids," you could derive the following working titles:
  • "How the Right Nutrition Can Strengthen Your Kids' Bones"
  • "A Parent's Guide to Promoting Your Child's Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Well-Being"
  • "X Recipes for Quick & Healthy Dinners Your Teenagers Will Gobble Up"
See how different and specific each of those is?

That's what makes them working titles instead of overarching topics. It's also worth noting that none of those titles are perfect -- they should just be specific enough to guide your blog post. (We'll worry about making it clickable and search-friendly later.)

For the sake of this post, let's say we've decided that our working title is "X B2B Companies Using Facebook in Cool Ways."

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Related Article: How To SEO Optimize Your Blogger Blog Titles For Higher Search Results