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WSO Cash Blueprint

I’ve released a new product. It’s called WSO Cash Blueprint (not a name that will win any innovation-awards, admittedly) and it’s about creating profitable “Warrior Special Offers”. In this post, I’m not going to go into too much detail on what the product is about or why you should buy it. That’s what the sales-page is for.

Instead, here’s a video where I explain why I created this product and what I’m doing with it, from a marketing perspective (this is, after all, a marketing blog):
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Autoresponders… What Are They Good For?

“The money is in the list” is an oft-encountered phrase in online marketing circles. Pretty much everyone who does e-mail marketing is a big fan of e-mail marketing and there are many reasons for that. But when you’re just starting out, sending e-mails, creating follow-up sequences and paying monthly fees for an autoresponder service doesn’t seem all that attractive. Plus, there are a lot of misconceptions about e-mail marketing and autoresponders in particular floating around.

In this post, let me explain what autoresponders are really for and why you should avoid free ones.

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Authority Link Network Review

Authority Link Network is a blog network with a unique and interesting concept. Usually, blog networks cost a fee to join if you want to submit articles, so you can get backlinks from the sites in the network. Receiving articles from the network is normally free. Because of this, most networks rely on reaching enough webmasters who want to receive the (often low-quality) content for their sites, to grow the network. Authority Link Network is quite different.

Read on to see what ALN does differently and whether or not their plan works.

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AdSense Challenge – Part 5

We’ve come a long way already, with this AdSense Challenge. And quite a few of those who joined are already reporting that they are starting to see traffic and have gotten their first few clicks. Today, the new task is pretty simple: We’re going to expand.

Whether or not you’ve already seen success with the site you’re working on, the next step is to set up a second site, with a different topic and a different keyword group. This second site doesn’t need to be promoted heavily (yet) and we won’t necessarily put loads of content on it (yet), but just to make sure the domain is registered and there’s a site sitting there, accumulating age and ready for an SEO push when we are, makes a big difference. This site can either be the next step to ramping up your income, or it can be a “backup” site in case the first one doesn’t quite work out, for some reason.

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AdSense Challenge – Part 4

So far in the challenge, we’ve picked a group of keywords, set up a site and added keyword-relevant content, started building backlinks to one specific page on our site on a regular basis and picked a “backup” keyword group that we can use to repeat the whole process on a second site. Next, we’re going to add a little more oomph to our backlink building.

If you’re familiar with some of my stuff, then you’ve probably heard me talk about “link reinforcement”. This is the principle we’re going to start making use of, next. In case you aren’t yet familiar with the concept, here’s a explanation:

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How to Get More Recognition as a Blogger, Marketer or Product Creator

A “Unique Selling Proposition” is your message about what sets you, your business, your brand apart from all the others. USPs are something of a marketing fundamental, but knowing about them and actually implementing them in your business are two entirely different things. And if you’re a blogger, a marketer or a product creator, is branding even one of the things on your mind?

Well, if you’d like to get a better response from people in your market, if you’d like to make more sales and if you’d like to get more comments on your blog, then your USP might have more to contribute to your goals than you suspected. And instead of talking fluff around the subject or giving you a vapid 10-point list, I decided to give you a very practical example of how to apply a USP, that you can test right away. And don’t worry about branding your entire business just yet. You can use this method for any single piece of content you create.

Watch the video below to see what I mean:

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