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If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. While it is absolutely true that everyone’s journey is going to be decidedly different and no two paths are going to be identical, it just makes intuitive sense to derive inspiration from those who came before you. And with the power of the Internet, it’s easier than ever to spy on your competition (and your idols) to see what’s working for them (and what’s not).
The rise of social media has introduced incredible ways for you to connect with audiences all around the world. As fewer people read physical magazines and more people are cutting cable TV out of their lives, brands are also having a harder time reaching their target audiences, especially among younger demographics.
I get it. Maybe you want to be a hugely successful blogger in your niche. Maybe you want to be behind one of the most popular channels on YouTube. Maybe you want to start a podcast that skyrockets to the top of the iTunes charts. Maybe you dream of fame and fortune and all the glories that come with the territory. But you have humble means, a humble budget, and decidedly humble equipment.
Content is king. This most certainly is not the first time that I’ve mentioned this truism on the blog and it probably won’t be the last time either. It’s holds up regardless of what kind of content you want to publish on the web, whether that’s with a blog, a vlog, or on social media. Pump out quality content on a consistent basis and that will serve as a strong foundation for ...
What separates a beginner YouTube channel from a highly successful one? Is it the camera, the cinematography or the advanced video editing techniques? While that equipment and those skills can certainly play in your favor, they are hardly the most important aspects of what it takes to be successful on YouTube.
In the eyes of some people, some social media platforms are simply more valuable or more useful than others. This is both from the perspective of the creator and from the perspective of the consumer. You might think that, as an Internet marketer, you might have more to learn by following the right people on Twitter or by liking the right pages on Facebook.
No matter what kind of online business you run or whatever endeavor you’re considering, it’s a good idea to learn from the people who have already been there, done that, and been successful at it. That’s why it’s in your best interest to read some of the biggest and most popular blogs in your niche. That’s probably why you’re reading this blog too.
One of the most important lessons you’ll need to learn when you break free of the shackles of the 9-to-5 and embrace the dot com lifestyle is that hours worked do not equate to dollars earned. You’ll also need to learn that you’ll never really “clock out” from the job, because you’ll always be working even when you’re not working. That’s the mindset of the entrepreneur.
The Internet is overflowing with boundless opportunities to make money. It doesn’t matter how old you are or where you live, because the global economy of the web opens up these opportunities to just about everyone. You can gain the knowledge you need along the way and you can develop your skills as you gain more experience. These are all good things.
Think about brand identity and brand image for a minute. When you define what you brand is all about, through your marketing efforts and product design, you’re also defining who you want your target customer to me. It dictates how you approach the market and what segment of the market you want to capture.
It know. It has been said many times before on this blog and elsewhere on the web that you can do a lot better than Google AdSense when it comes to monetizing your website. It’s true. Targeted affiliate offers, “influencer” campaigns, native advertising, and selling your own products and services are just a few of the more lucrative options.
One of the first and most critical lessons you can learn in Internet marketing is to know your audience. Know who is your ideal customer and then figure out how you can best reach that exact demographic. But before you can target your ideal customer, you need to figure out the user groups that will not only be most attracted to what you have to offer, but also the ones that are ...
Let’s say that you have $1,000. Before you are a near infinite number of possibilities. You could take that money, go to the roulette table, and put all of it on black. Because that’s what Wesley Snipes told you to do. Based on this choice, you’d arrive at one of two possible outcomes. If you win, you double your money and you now have $2,000 in your possession.
There are countless considerations that should go into the design of your website, whether it’s a blog, an e-commerce store or a landing page. You might remember when I wrote about color theory, for example, and how the color choices you make can make an immediate and powerful impact on how visitors perceive the content of your site.
Boasting over 1,300 widely recognized international brands advertising on its network and more than half a million publishers promoting those offers, admitad proudly proclaims itself to be the best CPA affiliate network on the Internet today. The Germany-based affiliate network has wored continuously on improving its technology and delivering the best possible ROI for advertise ...
Why reinvent the wheel when there are literally thousands, if not millions of other people already working on creating bigger, better and faster wheels all the time? Doesn’t it just make more sense if you can leverage what they’re already doing for your own profit? In essence, that’s what you get when you leverage the power of AdMobiSpy in the realm of mobile advertising.
Love it, hate it, or love to hate it, Facebook is a very big component of just about any Internet marketing strategy. With millions of users logging into the world’s largest social network each and every day, you have a tremendous opportunity to expand your audience, grow your business, and increase your profits. You just have to figure out Zuckerberg’s system.
The pace of doing business on the Internet is faster than any other industry in any part of the world. You can just sit on what you think is a “winning formula” and assume that it’ll keep raking in the riches for years to come. Google’s algorithm changes. Facebook’s algorithm changes. How people use the Internet changes. What people use to access and interact with the web changes.
You can buy almost anything online these days, from makeup to musical instruments, record players to real estate. It’s easy, simple and convenient. It’s also just as easily to buy new and used items from other average, everyday people as it is to buy from bigger box stores and multinational corporations.
When I was a kid growing up in the 90s, I wanted to drink Gatorade and wear Nikes because I saw all those commercials on TV with Michael Jordan. Like Mike. I wanted to be like Mike. Celebrity endorsements have been huge for a number of generations and while they may still hold some weight among some circles, the scope of their power is certainly starting to wane.