Get More Traffic Using Niche Articles

By , May 17, 2018 1:46 pm

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This is a huge win-win-win process for all involved:
Authors get free publicity and links back to their website(s)
Publishers get free information for their website(s)
Readers get free quality information for their research and buying needs.

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What is the key to Internet business success? It’s simple:

Targeted Traffic

Clever internet marketers have long used a variety of ways to herd targeted traffic to their web pages, such as: pay-per-click campaigns, email marketing, search engine optimization, and ezine advertising.

However, there is a simple, effective method that many marketers have missed — submitting brief, 400+ word articles, so that they appear all over the internet.

Linking Readers Back To Your Website

The time and effort you spend on these mini-articles is a shrewd investment. Here are a few of the ways widespread publication of your articles pays off:

Every article you submit contains a link back to your website. Every link helps your website gain link popularity, one of the factors in your search engine ranking.

If your article’s content matches the content of the web page you’ve linked it to, the search engines will regard this as a relevant link. Relevant links to your website are valued even higher by the search engines.

And ultimately, the higher your site is ranked, the more traffic you will get.

People Want Information

It helps to keep in mind that people who use the search engines are looking for information. If they happen upon one of your articles and find it interesting and useful, they will be likely to click on the link to your website to continue their research.

The more places your articles appears, the more people will find and read them, and the more traffic that will be funneled to your website.

What Makes An Effective Article?

How do you create one of these articles? Simple. Your article should be around 400-800 words long and contain just enough information to:

(a) offer the reader some useful facts,
(b) motivate the reader to click on the link to your website for more information, and
(c) attract the attention of an ezine editor who may republish your article.

A good article might contain 1 or 2 tips extracted from an information product you are selling on your website. You could also use paraphrased information from a web page you want the reader to visit. Also effective is a review of a product you would like the reader to purchase. The review would contain a link pointing to your affiliate page through a link tracker, or to a page on your own website where you offer more details.

Get A Ghostwriter

No time or inclination to write your own articles? Pay a ghostwriter to write them for you. Simply visit websites like Elance where you can post a description of the articles you want written, and writers will contact you.

When your article is done, you’ll want to submit it to as many places as possible, including:

Article Directories. They will run a quick content check, then publish your article. Once posted to one of these directories, it will likely be republished all over the internet. Many publishers are routinely on the lookout for quality articles. You simply allow them the rights to re-use your article and in exchange they leave intact the link back to your website contained in the bio at the bottom of your article. You just gained another link without lifting a finger.

Ezine Editors. You’ll get lots of well-targeted traffic by submitting your articles to popular ezines that are related to your niche website. Ezines are always in need of new, good quality content. Once your article is published in an ezine, you will get lots of publicity in return. Getting your articles in ezines read by hundreds, or even thousands of people is an excellent way to quickly increase traffic to your website.

Your Own Article Directory. Many ezine publishers and webmasters don’t realize that article directories even exist. Once they read one of your articles from a directory, they will visit your website, which could prominently display a link to your own article directory. The link should make clear the fact that your content is free for use in any website or ezine. “Free Content For Your Ezine” should appear in a link that is prominent on your directory website.

Keep in mind: this is a huge win-win-win process for all involved.

Authors get free publicity and links back to their website(s)
Publishers get free information for their website(s)
Readers get free quality information for their research and buying needs.

Your Prospect’s Particulars: Persuasion Continuums

By , May 12, 2018 8:57 pm

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I heard a joke recently that I thought was pretty funny. ‘I have the idea that one person’s dream is another person’s nightmare. For example, it’s my dream to sleep with Cindy Crawford. I’ll bet you anything that would be her nightmare.’

We’re all different: some of us like to do crossword puzzles, others love math, some of us like to take tests or read maps, others enjoy cleaning. Our differences make us unique and our prospect’s differences are what can make persuasion e…

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I heard a joke recently that I thought was pretty funny. ‘I have the idea that one person’s dream is another person’s nightmare. For example, it’s my dream to sleep with Cindy Crawford. I’ll bet you anything that would be her nightmare.’

We’re all different: some of us like to do crossword puzzles, others love math, some of us like to take tests or read maps, others enjoy cleaning. Our differences make us unique and our prospect’s differences are what can make persuasion extra powerful.

When we figure out the key to unlocking our prospects particulars, we can decipher their messages and understand how uniquely we’re all configured.

Here is a strategy that will make it easier to understand and take advantage and make the most of your prospect or client’s particular criteria and values.

A persuasion continuum is an interesting phenomenon. If you were to draw a straight line on a piece of paper and if you were to put one of the directions of the continuum on the right side and the opposite on the left side, then you’ll know what I’m talking about when I say ‘continuum’. These are patterns that exist in the minds of people and they exist in particular contexts. As the context changes, so too can a continuum. They won’t always hold the same across all contexts.

I will explore these types of persuasion continuums more specifically in future articles. A few of them that we’ll be working with are ‘towards and away’, ‘sameness and difference’, ‘internal and external’ and ‘options and procedures’.

Many of these are intricately intertwined and dependent upon their criteria or your understanding of their criteria. We define criteria as that which points our prospects and clients to what is relevant for them.

You’ve heard of a ‘what’s in it for me’ mentality? Well, that’s the concept of criteria and values at its essence. Is there something here for me? Or is this not for me at all? Everybody has this one big question when they come to talk to you.

Continuums are free of content. This means they don’t depend on what you’re going to say at all, but depend on the context in which you’re talking.

If you are a financial adviser then you talk to people about their finances. That is the context with which contiuums hold. They will remain a constant within that particular context.

What is it that we’re doing here? What’s the point of a continuum? A continuum increases rapport, persuasion skills and creates incredible changes in your ability to get your message or information about your product or service and how it can benefit this client or prospect.

These continuums which I’ve mentioned are ones we can spot and find within each and every person. Some are more significant in some people than others. And in some future articles I’ll be focusing on these four.

This is some deep, powerful persuasion and if you’re feeling a little overwhelmed, it’s perfectly natural. Stay tuned for more in depth information.

Automatic Reciprocal Links Exchange: Forget Lousy 10% Link Exchange Response

By , May 8, 2018 4:00 am

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Automatic reciprocal links exchange strategy helps to increase response to link exchange offers from 10% to 30% immediate exchanges and up to 50% of positive replies within one week.

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Link exchange is very helpful in building valuable business contacts and getting better rank with search engines. But those who tried to use traditional link exchange strategies face a very sad fact – only 10% of link exchange offers sent to relevant web sites get response. All the rest goes to trash bin; efforts wasted.

Why this statistics follows most of link exchange cases?

The market of link exchanges is overwhelmed. Those who think that is it possible to get few hundreds of reciprocal links and get 1st position within a couple of days spam web sites like crazy. I personally delete over 90% of link exchange offers that are sent to my web sites as these offers are absolutely irrelevant.

Still, quality link exchange can be a good boost to any web site to abandon all hopes with it. And there is a big place for increasing the conversions of your link exchange offers.

How to increase the conversions of link exchange offers?

Go to secret gardens where web sites are eager to do link exchange. No link farms, no link pyramids, no link MLMs. Use the link exchange potential that has been at your hand all the time.

Remember a few years ago Internet market had a boom of automatic link exchange directories? Hundreds of thousands of web sites grabbed the unique opportunity to automate their link exchange. And now almost every niche has web sites that use different automatic reciprocal link exchange scripts or software.

And these sites are super highly responsive to relevant link exchange offers. Plus with many sites you can get your link on their link exchange page within a few minutes – usual link exchange copy and paste routine that can easily be automated.

Benefits of harvesting on the web sites with automatic reciprocal link exchange directories:

– increased motivation for relevant link exchange;
– big number of web sites in any niche;
– your link will be standing on static pages (good for indexing);
– big field for automating all routine on finding site-partner and exchanging links with it.

On web sites with automatic link exchange scripts you will forget about 10% response to your offer about doing link swap. Link exchange comes to the new level. And with quality link exchange you are destined to see the increase in targeted free traffic from search engines.

35% Revenue Increase?from Your Website!

By , May 3, 2018 10:36 am

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35% of visitors fail to achieve their goal when they visit company websites! By following 2 simple rules, you can increase your web-derived revenue by 1/3 or more!

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35% of visitors fail to achieve their goal when they visit company websites! By following 2 simple rules, you can increase your web-derived revenue by 1/3 or more!

Renowned website usability researcher, Jakob Nielsen, today (Nov 24) published results of his latest study. His test subjects used 139 websites. On average, they failed to find what they were looking for 35% of the time. Shockingly, 37% of users couldn’t even find company location details!

What was surprising was that users didn’t give up. They generally found the information they were after ?but they found it at a competitor’s site!

So how do you stop potential customers falling into the hands of your competitors? Nielsen is right when he suggests user research. Yes, it’s imperative that know what your users need at your site. But what he doesn’t say is how to structure your website so it meets users?needs.

There are two golden rules:
1) Write first, build later
2) Write to your customer

Write first, build later
The real message on most websites is in the writing. It makes sense, then, that the writing should determine the structure.

Unfortunately, this is not the case for most businesses. For them, the writing is an afterthought. They structure and design their website first, then try to fit the writing to the structure. This flies in the face of common sense. When you speak to someone, you structure your speech around your message. You don’t decide on a structure, then change the message to suit!

For a truly usable website, you need to plan what you want to say before you create the site ?perhaps even write the whole thing. The message ?the writing ?should determine the structure.

Write to your customer
So how do you decide what to write?

Firstly, don’t think, “What do I want to say?? When you’re writing a website, you have to think, “What does my customer want to know?? It’s a very subtle difference, but it’s the key to engaging writing. And that’s what you want to do?engage the customer.

Most customers will want to know the basics:

– What do you do?
– What benefit do you offer them?
– Why should they choose your service or product?
– Why should they choose your service or product and not your competitors?
– What does it cost?
– How can they contact you?
– Where are you located?

Your website has to communicate a lot of information. And to make matters worse, you’re going to have limited screen real-estate. Ideally, your customer won’t have to scroll ?especially on your homepage (all your information will fit within a single window). And you can’t fill the whole screen with writing, either. The design and navigation elements take up about a third of the window, and you should leave a bit for white space (you don’t want to overwhelm your customer). As a rule of thumb, you should expect to have about 1/3 ??of the window at your disposal for the writing.

Chances are, right now you’re thinking, “How am I going to fit it all in?? Well, that’s where your writing skills come in. Choose your words very carefully?
Websites can be an extremely powerful piece of marketing collateral. You can reach millions for just a few hundred dollars. Unfortunately, your competitors can do the same thing. It’s a level playing field, but there are a lot of players. It’s important that your thoughts are structured, otherwise your site will be a mess. If your message is clear, your site will be simple and easy to use. It’s all in the words?
8 More Reasons to Write for Your Audience?
1) There are approximately 550 billion documents on the web

2) Every day another 7 million are added

3) Workers take so long trying to find information that it costs organisations $750 billion annually! (A.T. Kearney, Network Publishing study, April 2001)

4) Reading from a monitor is 25% slower than reading from paper. (Sun Microsystems, 1998)

5) Helpful content develops site loyalty. The average person visits no more than 19 websites in the entire month in order to avoid information overload. (Nielsen NetRatings in Jan 2001)

6) 79% of users scan read when online (Sun Microsystems, 1998)

7) Information gathering is the most common use of the Internet – 73% (American Express survey, 2000)

8) 48% of people use the Internet to find work-related information as opposed to 7% who use magazines. (Lyra Research, 2001)

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