• Why Landing Page Segmentation is So Important

    … The following is a guest post by my friend Dave Bird. Dave has written for LukePeerFly.com before with his awesome article on social proof. Enjoy! Landing page segmentation, three little words that kept rattling in my head as I poured another drink. It was a night like any other, the sun was down, the Jack was open, and there were no signs…

    Luke Klingin Paid Search- 4 readers -
  • How to Lose Six Figures a Day. 5 Tactics to Consistently Have Traffic

    Traffic Traffic Traffic is key to online marketing. The only problem is you need multiple sources. Here is one traffic source that went from six figures a day to almost nothing. Managing multiple traffic sources can be a pain, you just need to have an amazing tracker to help you with the management. This specific traffic source has done very well for us from the start of the year.

    Failing at Success is a Great Hobby- 4 readers -
  • Improving Your Search Engine Strategies in 2014

    I posted an article on Business 2 Community on ways law firms can improve their search engine strategies – both for PPC and SEO – in the year ahead. Obviously there are a ton of ways to improve your organic/paid search performance, but this article goes over a few broad, high-level things you can do to start off.

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  • How I Got 226,626 Unique Visitors In 1 Week With 1 Blog Post

    I’ve been a big fan of content marketing for a long time. Sure, paid traffic is fun, but when you can bring a tidal wave of traffic to your site for zero cost other than your time, it’s a beautiful thing. I run multiple blogs and have learned quite a lot over the years about attracting visitors using a variety of traffic.

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  • Survey Data on the Growth/Shrinkage of Web Marketing Channels in 2014

    I recently downloaded ExactTarget’s 2014 State of Marketing, and found the data extremely compelling. Here’s what they had to say about methodology and respondents: The 2014 State of Marketing survey was conducted online from October 24, 2013, until November 1, 2013. The survey was sent to more than 48,000 marketing professionals and a total of 2,651 marketers started the surv ...

    Rand's Blog- 6 readers -
  • Set Your Intentions

    If you’re not consciously occupied with positive thoughts, it’s likely that you’re unconsciously engaged in negative ones. Change your thoughts and you can change your future One of the biggest factors that has shaped my online career is this simple principle. You’re thoughts are powerful. They control and shape the direction that your life is going.

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  • Banana Ads How-to Guide: How can I be accepted into Banana Ads?

    A recurring question our support staff gets is : How can I get accepted as a Banana Ads affiliate? We receive hundreds of applications a month and decline most of them. We carefully select each skilled publisher/webmaster/pajama-wearing affiliate we work with. This means that we are able to give them the attention that they deserve as opposed to letting everyone into our prog ...

    BananaBlog- 13 readers -
  • How to Find the Best Affiliate Programs in Your Niche

    In my recent post on how to research a niche one of the topics I glazed over was checking for the presence of multiple affiliate programs. Assuming you’ve found a niche idea that passed the research litmus test (or are already in a niche), it’s time to dig deep to find the best affiliate programs for you to promote within it.

    Rae Hoffman/ Sugarrae- 18 readers -
  • Tips for Successful Affiliate Program Management

    There are of thousands of opinions on how to build a successful affiliate program. The easiest way to sum it up is to say the affiliate manager needs to “Get It”. If they don’t understand affiliate marketing, the program will never see its full potential. It took me a few years to really get it. Honestly, there is no right answer. Every single month I make adjustments to my programs.

    Sugarrae- 8 readers -
  • The Superhuman Guide to Keyword Research & Competition Analysis

    We’re well underway with our Triple X Niche case study (introduction post here) and we now have over 20 ongoing case studies on the forums. They’ve racked up close to 15,000 views so far and there are hundreds of posts to read. Suffice to say I’m really excited about what we have going on here and I hope that you’re going to be sticking with us for the journey.

    ViperChill- 19 readers -
  • Search: Not Provided: What Remains, Keyword Data Options, the Future

    In late 2011, Google announced an effort to make search behavior more secure. Logged-in users were switched to using httpS from http. This encrypted their search queries from any prying eyes, and kept from being passed on to websites the users visits after seeing search results. This led to the problem we, Marketers, SEOs, Analysts, fondly refer to as not provided .

    Avinash Kaushik/ Occam's Razor- 21 readers -
  • Stop Building PPC Landing Pages and Expecting Them to Rank Organically

    Stop Building PPC Landing Pages and Expecting Them to Rank Organically By Tim on August 2013 You may or may not have read my post in April on SEO and Ecommerce websites, it discussed the need for a change in mindset as well as covering some of the basic technical problems ecommerce websites face.

    SEO Wizz- 1 readers -