Month: April 2018

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By Vanessa Simpkins

#1 Best Selling Author and sometimes called “The Bikini Business Coach” (because she loves to live in the tropics in her bikini and teach others how to create and ROCK a freedom based lifestyle and portable business), is a confidence & cash flow mentor, speaker and author of “From Bankrupt to $900 a Day Selling Mops”. Her latest book, called “Take Your Power Back Now! How to Overcome Your Resistance to Creating a Life You LOVE! The Ultimate Confidence Guide for Women!”, became a #1 best-seller on Amazon in less than a day.

In Vanessa’s “10k in 30 day Sky Rocket Your Confidence & Cash Flow Program” she empowers women to take their power back and THRIVE! She teaches heart centered spiritual women entrepreneurs how to have clarity & confidence in sales and overcome sales objections, how to breakthrough their inner blocks, and put proven systems in place to attract more clients and make more money doing what they love!

Learn more? Please http://www.marketerglobal.com/900

 

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Generating traffic is an important consideration for anyone that owns a website.  There are a few different ways to do this, but guest blogging is one of the best.

Writing a guest post for another website is a wonderful way to tap into an existing stream of visitors.  Since you can include a link to your own site, it’s also a great way to build up backlinks which improve your ranking in search engines.

Finding blogs to post on

 If you’re interested in guest blogging, then you need to find blogs to post on.  The ideal blog is one which is relevant to your own site (but much bigger).

Many guest bloggers prefer to stay within their chosen niche.  If they run a blog about internet marketing, for example, they will want to post on other internet marketing blogs. Just make sure you’re not a direct competitor of theirs, but are offering a complementary topic or offer.

The best way to find these blogs is to simply use Google, type in your niche, and add the word “blog” to it.  This should bring up a list of relevant blogs.

The next step is to look through these and pick out the blogs that are high quality, active, and that update regularly.  You want to post on an active and popular blog so your post gets the most attention possible.

See if they allow guest posts

 Now that you have a list of relevant and popular blogs, you’ll need to determine if they allow guest posting.

You can do this by reading through some of the articles posted on the site.  At the end of the article, you might find a short bio about the person who wrote it.

You should also find a link to their own website, if they’re not a regular writer for that blog and were posting as a guest. If you see this, you’ll know that blog allows guest posting and is more worthwhile to contact.

Reach out to see if they do

 People are protective of their blogs.  Some blog owners will be very selective about the guest bloggers they accept.  They want to make sure the writers are reputable, knowledgeable, and safe for their own readers.

It’s always a good idea to contact the owner of the blog and let them know you’re interested.  Tell them a bit about yourself, your website, and what you would be writing about.  A good personal connection can go a long way.

Write an article, include a link

 If you get accepted as a guest blogger, it’s time to write the article.  You can either write it yourself or hire a writer.  Most blog articles are about 500 words in length, so keep this in mind as you write.  It can also be a good idea to include subheadings to help separate information, and an image.

Just make sure it’s relevant to the topic and try to make it match the other articles on the blog.  Also, don’t forget to include a link back to your site, along with a short bio and call to action telling them to go to your website (if allowed).  That’s the whole point of this so never forget the link.

If contacting bloggers or writing regular posts sounds just a bit too complicated or time-consuming, here’s something else you may want to try. My “21 simple steps to making your first $1,200 online,“ even if you have no computer skills whatsoever may be perfect for you.

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Everyone wants to make money online.  They dream of sitting at home and raking in the millions.  While it’s not quite that easy because it does take a lot of work, you actually can sit at home and create a truly profitable business.  The key is to find the right educational resources that will point you towards your dreams.

The biggest obstacle with this, however, is the sheer amount of information on the web.  The internet was created to share information, so it should come as no surprise that there are mountains of text to sift through.  Some information is simply better than others while a small percentage is absolute garbage.

Knowing who to listen to and who to ignore is the key:

Good: Books

Books are always a great place to start learning something new.  Sometimes you may have no idea where to start.  You know you want to make money online but you just don’t know what to start learning about first.  Books are great because you can flip through a few of them and get a better understanding of the subject without having to scavenge for information piecemeal.

After a bit of research, you’ll know exactly what books to track down and what subjects to focus on.  Once you pay for a book, it’s yours forever so they can also be great investments.  With the rise of e-readers, books are now cheaper and more portable than ever.

Better: Videos

Books are good, but some people are visual learners.  They need videos and demonstrations to really be able to wrap their minds around something.  Fortunately, there are tons of videos on the web that cover nearly every subject imaginable.  Some videos are made by professionals while others are created by amateurs.

There is a big difference in quality between these two different types of videos.  Professionals will be able to describe the intricacies of a subject while amateurs can only give a basic overview.  Keep in mind, as well, that many videos only show one person’s way of doing things.  They might not teach you a different method.

Best: Mentors

Mentors are, without a doubt, the absolute best way to learn something.  When you have a mentor you actually have a dedicated, professional teacher who can take you through every step of a process at a speed that works for you.  Since most mentors have years of experience in a certain subject, they are a treasure trove of information.

The biggest problem people run into, however, is that effective mentoring can often be rather expensive.  These are experienced professionals who can make plenty of money without needing to teach anything.  They become mentors because they want to help others, not because they need to.

A good mentor can help you get an online business up and running faster and more successfully than any other option.  If you’re worried about finding a good mentor or being able to pay them well, then you really need to look into my personal 1-on-1 coaching with one of my Top-Tier Coaches. All of my coaches are 6-figure earners and bona-fide online marketing experts—check it out!