Backlink Battleplan is my first “premium” product. Actually, that’s not a very good way of putting it, because my free stuff tends to be pretty “premium” as well. Backlink Battleplan is the first product I’m actually going to ask you to pay for, then.
Right now, though, it’s not available yet. And to pass the time until it is, I’m going to be giving out some free tips, tools and techniques.
You can sign up here to go get them.
Backlink Battleplan is all about building links and there are two things that really set it apart:
Anyway, to get an impression of what this thing is all about, head on over here and sign up.
Also: Please leave a comment below the free videos, letting me know what you think. Thanks!
The survey I sent out and posted about a few days ago has gathered a nice amount of replies.
A big thank you to everyone who took part!
Check out the video below to see the results and hear about what I’m going to do, now that I have a better idea of what you guys want to know more about:
As I mentioned in the video, you can get in touch with me any time to discuss what you’d like to know more about, what you want me to include in the training material I’m putting together etc. All feedback is always welcome. :) Cheers,
Because I’m all for building a solid, sustainable online business, I have been busy creating some training and guides covering the basics of online marketing. So far, you can get the guide to building a WordPress website (from scratch), the strategy to increase your results with SEOLinkVine or other blog networks by 300% or more and the best damn keyword research guide ever, all for free.
And I’m not about to stop. I will keep creating products and guides like these, to help you get started online and to help take your business to the next level. To help me make the perfect products, suited to your needs, I want to ask for a favour: Take two minutes of your time to answer four quick questions in the survey linked to below. Your answers will help me prioritize my products and tailor them as perfectly as possible to your needs.
>>> Click here to take the survey. <<<
Thanks. Two things you might need to know concerning my upcoming products:
Just a quick update: SEOLinkVine has now been closed for new members. It’s still possible to sign up for free and add your own sites to the network and receive free content. However, the link-building portion of SEOLinkVine, the part you have to pay for, is no longer open for new members.
For everyone on the lookout for alternatives to SEOLV, please check out my very extensive blog networks roundup review. There, you will also see why SEOLinkVine is not recommended, compared to some of it’s competing products and services.
That’s all for now. Cheers,
This post is just a quick and well deserved shout-out to Tobias Bäthge, the creator of the WP Table Reloaded plugin. I’ve just implemented this plugin for my Internet marketing product reviews page. That’s the page where I keep an overview of all the products I’ve reviewed so far. Before I used WP Table Reloaded, that table always looked a bit messy, and keeping it up to date was a hassle. If you go check it out now, you’ll see that it’s very tidy and neat looking and it’s now very easy for me to edit and update. The tables WP Table Reloaded creates can even be made sortable and searchable.
I don’t really want to go in-depth on this, so let me just say: if you use or want to use any kind of tables on a WordPress site, do yourself a favour and get the plugin.
I have a confession to make: There are several products sitting on my hard drive that I wanted to review on this blog, but never got around to it. Actually, “never got around to it” doesn’t describe the real issue. I didn’t want to review these products once I had a closer look at them.
In this post, I explain a big problem I see with “Make Money Online” guides and what I want to change on RQR because of this. Also, in case you’re wondering why I didn’t post for a long time, I’ll briefly explain at the end of this post.
This post is about the concept of the “Free Line”, the line that separates stuff you give away for free from stuff that you charge for. The Free Line is a concept that I first heard Eben Pagan talk about (though I don’t know if he coined the term) and it’s one of the things that is drastically different in online marketing, compared to “traditional” offline marketing.
Read on to learn exactly what the Free Line is and how it’s placement can dramatically impact your business.