The countdown timer is a popular tool for increasing conversions. Here are 14 different tools for online marketers to easily place countdowns on their sites and in email.
In this post, I’m going to talk to you about how to tweak your blog for conversions. We’ll talk, specifically, about 6 important core pages and how to tweak each of them in order to double your conversions (or more).
The ‘Contact Us’ page is often an afterthought. However, done correctly, it can be an effective tool for driving sales and conversions. Here’s how…
Your blog’s about page is one of the most important pages of your site. Here are 7 core strategies to apply for the perfect about page, along with a template and examples.
In this post, I’m going to talk about the basic layout of your blog and I’m going to give you a few frameworks that you can use on your own blog to ensure people notice what you want them to see, thereby increasing the chances they’ll convert into a real subscriber and prospect for you.
Do you even need a blog to do online marketing? Is there any difference between a blog and a website? In this post, we go back to the uber basics of online marketing.
You can grow your email list effectively without taking a ton of time to do it. Here are 7 strategies you can use to grow your list in just a few hours.
A membership site has long been considered the “holy grail” of online business – mainly for recurring revenue. However, there are other reasons why I recommend you turn your blog into a membership site.
Growing Your Blog In 30 Minutes: 10 High Impact Tasks You Can Do To Impact Your Blog In Only 30 Minutes Per Day
If you only had 30 minutes per day to spend on your blog and online business, what things can you spend your time on which would actually move the needle?
I recently set up a 2-step optin on one of my blog posts which is converting at 11%. Here’s exactly how to set it up.
Many people start blogs in the personal development space – with the best of intentions – yet find it incredibly hard to build traffic and monetize. This post will explain where many go wrong…
The Redwood Strategy: The Efficient Content Strategy To Dominate SEO And Get More Traffic (While Blogging Much Less)
The Redwood Strategy is a content creation strategy for bloggers where you circle back and update previously published content, turning them into major pillar posts for your niche. Here’s exactly how to do it.
If you want to actually make money and have a real business and use the Internet to make real sales, then stop blogging. Let me explain EXACTLY what I mean…
No business owner enjoys issuing refunds. But, it is a part of business. And sometimes, NOT issuing it will result in making somebody annoyed. Somebody with a big blog and thousands of readers. A guy who talks. Wonder who I’m talking about here. 😉
Which comes first for your blog: Traffic or monetization? It used to be that you had to build the audience before you could monetize. Is that still true?