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Free Niche Site Tutorial

My Formula for Creating Profitable Niche Sites There’s a lot that goes into creating profitable niche websites.  But once you know the formula, it’s actually quite simple.  Here are a few of the steps I go through to find great ideas for profitable niche sites. At the bottom of this article, there’s a video.  This is a 100% free Niche …

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12 Tips For Getting Blog Articles to Rank High on Google

You work hard on your blog. You post often. You always try to write evergreen content. Your posts are actionable yet informative. You never close a post without a CTA. In short, this is strong content, the kind you’d want on any blog. There’s just one issue, and it’s a pretty big one: you’re nowhere to be found on Google …

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15 Reasons Nobody Visits Your Blog

Creating a stable blog for your website can bring higher traffic, which is the first step towards money in your pocket. This is true whether you run a blog for business, or whether the blog itself is your source of revenue. According to a survey by TechClient, small businesses with blogs generate 126% more leads. Even if you run a blog …

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7 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Website

The digital age of 2017 features a world of men, women, and children of all ages walking the streets with what is essentially a 4-inch computer in their pockets.  Everyone has a cell phone, everyone has a computer, and everyone loves to consume. With information readily available in seconds though Internet searches and other web based applications, small businesses can …

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14 Ways You Can Market Your eBook

The blood, the sweat, the tears: after countless hours laboring over syntax and finessing your message, you’ve finally done it. You’ve finished your first eBook. While once, a budding writer would have to send out pitch letters and sample chapters to many publishing houses in the desperate hopes that someone would want to publish the book, today, that’s no longer …

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Branding 101 for Bloggers

Last week I was driving down the freeway and saw the truck pictured above. It is a prime example of branding gone wrong. The problem with the branding is that it does not clearly communicate what the brand represents. It has a cartoon image of the Pink Panther. A slogan saying “Think Pink, Go Green.” A logo for a heating …