I want to close this post by talking about how I learn marketing now. I have an app on my phone, it’s called Nuzzel, and it will tell me what the people that I follow on Twitter are sharing. So if seven people are sharing something, it’s going to pop to the top of my feed, and I follow a lot of different Internet marketers, so I can see what’s trending and then I can save it to Pocket so I can read it later. And if I’m lazy, I can have Pocket dictate it for me so I don’t even have to read it.
Okay, obviously, this is not something that I can link you to, but Danny runs great webinars. You know those webinars that are basically just very long sales pitches and nothing more? Well, that’s not the case with Danny, because in his webinars he shares very useful insights on online marketing. I really try not to miss those. You have to be subscribed to Danny’s e-mail list to know when something is coming up, though.
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I think this is a KILLER niche because site visitors will have just spend tens of thousands of dollars on a truck, so a couple hundred on accessories won’t feel like a big deal. Also, MOST of the products in this niche would likely be in the $100 to $300 range, which I find is the sweet spot for niche sites. More expensive and people research it for weeks before buying (and consequently your affiliate link expires before purchase), or too inexpensive and the commission is simply too small without massive volume.
Hey Neil – you continue to impress and I love you even more. I have a strong theory that 95% of what you need for SEO you can get for free through blogs and Moz and now Quicksprout. What’s rare is for everything to be grouped into an easy to use beautiful video series. I’m glad you used Brian Dean as well because he tends to give very actionable advice like you as opposed to that high level vague strategy stuff.
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Caleb Wojcik is the assitant editor of Think Traffic, co-creator of Expert Enough and founder of Pocket Changed.He is a personal finance expert, professional development coach and an online entrepreneur. Caleb clearly knows a thing or two about successful blogging, because he left his corporate job six months after he started Pocket Changed. He hasn’t looked back ever since.
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