Great article Glen! I wish I saw this when it came out 2 years ago! I recently bought a number of .com’s for a couple of the niche’s you covered here. That’s encouraging, as that particular niche still has some nice numbers and not as saturated as it seems. I’m also happy to hear you like the rank and rent model, and I think a couple of other projects are now going to go in that direction. Thanks for all your great material.
I just started out with Affiliate Marketing (idea # 8) and it is not as easy as people make out to be. For me, the hardest part so far, is learning Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and driving traffic to my website. I’m only 3 months into it, but I am confident that the site will begin to generate some incom., I have to give it 6-9 months, so we’ll see.
BigCommerce offers people the chance to build their own online store, one that allows them to sell physical products. The service allows for customization, along with the ability to list products, collect payments and manage shipping. There is also a free trial that should help convince people about the merits of the platform. eCommerce is a big field right now, so there are plenty of chances to make sales.
Behind the New Think Traffic Design (Results + How We Did It) with Chase Reeves – Think Traffic recently went through a complete redesign of the website, which increased their e-mail subscription rates dramatically. In this interview, Corbett chats with the designer who helped them with that, Chase Reeves, who shares how he developed the new design for Think Traffic.
Although there are a lot of social marketing channels, you need to focus on the top six, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest, Instagram and Google Plus (just because you don’t want Google to hate you!). Initially you should limit yourself to building profile pages, understanding how each network works and what are best practices. Every platform is unique in some way and following guides will be a good start.
A few months ago I was in the market for a new desktop computer that could handle editing 1080p video. I didn’t want a computer that could handle 1080p video. I wanted a computer that could eat, chew, and spit out 1080p video. I was tired of waiting for things to render. So, I set out to find good computers for video editing. What a mess! Thousands of articles, thousands of opinions from computer nerds, and nobody simply told me the answer. I just wanted a page that has good, better, best and then to SHOW ME in a practical sense what it is like editing video on that machine. I spent days researching whether I should build my own computer (which would be a good topic in and of itself) or if I could find one for a decent price that did what I wanted it to do.
Estimate the property's costs and expenses. Say you find a property that isn't too expensive. You'll need to take into account the mortgage payments, the tax on your property, and the cost of repairs and upkeep. This can be difficult to do on your own, so it may be best to enlist the help of a professional in assessing the property and determining the potential expenses you'll face.
There’s no limits to the number of affiliate programs you sign up for so applying for one today will not prevent you from picking another one later on. In fact, being a member of more affiliate programs simply gives you more options in terms of products to promote plus they’re pretty much all free to join. You can always leave a program if it’s not working out for you or there are no products you want to promote.
In addition, you must know how much you want to earn by joining affiliate programs. Will it be your main source of income or just an additional one? For the first scenario, you should consider promoting products that are expensive and, consequently, that can bring you a good profit. If you plan on the second scenario, you can opt for affiliate programs that pay for sign ups or affiliate programs that pay daily.