The Welcome Mat

December 13th, 2008

It’s not too often that you see a closed door as a welcoming feature. An open one would, indeed, seem much more welcoming. So why is our door closed? It isn’t locked, just closed–but why? It is because I want our visitors to open it themselves when they are sure that they really do want to come in. That first step of every journey is crucial; it says that you have made a decision. It’s an important door, too, not only to you but historically. It is the door to Charles Dickens’s home. Dare to aspire!

YOU are here because you want to start an internet marketing business. I am here to help you do it–as quickly as possible. Put how-to in your inbox now by subscribing to our e-mail newsletter, the guide to your objective.

Not sure? Then see About Us and About You, and then Getting Started. You can sign up on any of these pages.

This is not your usual “I’m making a cool million every year, and so can you” how-to manual. I’m just starting this business and haven’t made a cent! That’s right; I haven’t made one penny. Of course, I don’t expect that to be the case much longer!

What I have done, though, is to check out that $1 million guru thing–so you won’t have to, but more about that later. Now, I am inviting you to learn along with me, learn the practical way to quickly get your internet marketing business up and running. I will be putting into practice the basic principles that I have learned and will be showing you how you can do that too.

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5 Alternatives to The Warrior Forum

June 24th, 2010

For those who have been banned from the Warrior Forum, are disaffected or disillusioned by certain practices that are common there, or just want a wider perspective on the online world, any of these five forums are suitable replacements.

1. http://www.imdforum.com/ (Internet Marketing Discussion Forums)

  • PR3, Alexa under 100,000 site
  • Small but of high quality
  • A member posted about fiverr.com where you can get most anything done for $5.  It got four pages of mostly positive comments. (Hint)

2. http://forums.digitalpoint.com/

  • A large and very busy forum with something for everyone

3. Anthony Blake’s http://ablake.net/

4. Allan Gardyne’s http://www.associateprograms.com/discus/index.php

  • An unbelievable amount of free great stuff, laid out for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced readers

5. http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/index.php

  • Another huge and comprehensive site

This top notch site, v7nhttp://www.v7n.com/forums/ , was sent in by reader David of cddhosting (see Comments).

Content-The Three Real Magic Megamoneymakers…Part 4

June 14th, 2010

Although content refers to everything on your site…design, graphics, banners, audio and video…in common usage it usually refers to the written material of your site, your articles and posts. That is what we are going to talk about now, and it’s mostly about search engines and how to make them your friends.

What search engines don’t ‘see’:

* They don’t see images
* They don’t see videos
* They don’t hear audios

Therefore, search engine optimization (SEO) is more dependent on your written content than on any other element of your site, including backlinks. It also offers the best opportunity to build traffic:

* It gives you more exposure, which means more traffic opportunity.
* It is evergreen, once written and published, it’s always out there working.
* It has multiple uses…can be converted to ebooks, tutorials, etc.
* It gives you more bang for your buck: your best SEO opportunity, your best (targeted) list building tool, helps create quality backlinks, and provides the information your visitors came for.
* It makes the best use of your keywords.
* It is the main source of your page ranking.
* You’ve heard it before – content IS king.

Considering all of these factors, it becomes clear that the more writing you do…both article writing and posting to your blog or website… the more opportunities you create for the search engines to find you. It also becomes clear that you MUST write (or have someone else do it for you), even though you might hate doing it. Here’s the easy way:

* Be sure you have something to say.
* Fulfill the promise of your title, and stay on topic .
* Be concise; make your article or post as short as possible.
* Write informally – as though you were talking to a friend.
* Use your keywords judiciously – no ‘keyword stuffing.’
* Be meticulous about good grammar, correct spelling, and correct punctuation.


Your visitors came for information; give it to them.
The business of search engines is to find what the searchers say they want; make sure they find it on YOUR site.

List Building – The Three Real Magic Mega-Moneymakers…Part 3

February 21st, 2010

There is magic in a list only if it’s a targeted list, a list specifically interested in what you are offering.  The oft-repeated “The money’s in the list” should say “The gold is in the targeted list.”

The next most-heard comment is, “I’d rather have a targeted list of 100 than an untargeted list of 1000″… and that’s the voice of experience from  successful marketers, most of whom will agree that driving traffic, however you choose to do it, should be at the top of your priority list. Read the rest of this entry »

SEO – The Three Real Magic Mega-Moneymakers…Part 2

February 6th, 2010

Search engine optimization (SEO) covers a lot of territory.  It is a technique to be used in almost everything you do as a webmaster:  list building, article writing, advertising, affiliate sales and selling your own products, and more.  It’s how you say, “Hey, look at me!”

SEO is one of your best tools, and one of its best tools is the use of keywords and keyword phrases incorporated into every aspect of your site where it is appropriate to do so.  Careful!  It can also be an obsession, so aim toward incorporating it but not being a slave to it. Read the rest of this entry »

The Three Real Magic Mega-Moneymakers

February 4th, 2010

And the winners are…

  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • List Building
  • Content

Why are they the real magic mega-moneymakers?  Because they all drive traffic to your site. Without traffic, your site might as well not exist.  Nobody hears what you have to say; nobody buys what you have to sell. Read the rest of this entry »

Announcing a New Kid On The Block

January 24th, 2010

A new page was added to the blog today:  The Reading Room. You can get there either by clicking its tab on the main menu or under ‘Pages’ in the sidebar…or by clicking here

You will find recommended reading there, both for pleasure and for enhancing your knowledge.  Most things are somewhat lengthy, so you might enjoy visiting when you have some leisure time and can enjoy your reading as you relax.

The resources listed there are off-site, but you will be able to return to this site using your browser’s back button.

The page is open to comments, so if you have appropriate recommendations to suggest, you are welcome to share them with other readers.

Banned From the Warrior Forum…Disgrace or Badge of Honor?

January 10th, 2010


If it were not that this incident would eventually be discovered by someone and would ultimately come to the attention of my readers, I wouldn’t even dignify it with an acknowledgement. However, my readers and friends deserve more.

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oops! Must have been a computer glitch…log in again. oops!

My stomach began to churn, and I could feel my face burning! This can’t be!

How do you get banned for spamming when your best effort at marketing is a timid little line in your signature, when your blog is probably the worst monetized on the web, and my mailing list members can certainly verify that I have never attempted to sell them anything that had a dollar sign attached to it–not even in a P.S. or in a one-liner under my signature? Read the rest of this entry »

New Year’s Inspiration 2010

January 1st, 2010

New Year’s Eve is our one opportunity each year to look both backward and forward, at what is past and what might yet be.  In so doing, we have agreed to face our regrets and sorrows, our joys and successes, and the abundance of indecision of the past that may have been the most troubling of all… and we have agreed to speculate on what measure of those same things our futures might hold and how we might deal with them given a second chance.

But once again, someone said it better than I could: Perry Marshall, about whom I wrote in an earlier post.

In a post entitled I’m Thankful on his own blog, he has written about what we all should be thinking about…and written about it eloquently.  This quote particularly engaged my mind:

But you don’t get rid of bad things by obsessing
about them. You create alternatives.

And this one:

You don’t free enslaved people by enslaving free
people. You work to make free people even freer.

For a message to hold onto for the New Year, please read and enjoy Perry Marshall’s

I’m Thankful

Season’s Greetings 2009

December 25th, 2009

A Joyous Holiday Season


A Happy and Prosperous New Year

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3 Benefits of Branding

October 9th, 2009

post-fleurdelis Branding lets the world know who you are.

When we see or hearThe Greatest Show on Earthwe think of the Barnum and Bailey Circus, seeing the five interlocked circles reminds us of the Olympic Games, and fast food evokes many responses–hamburgers at  McDonald’s, Mexican food at Taco Bell, fried chicken with Colonel Sanders at Kentucky Fried Chicken to name a few.

Why then, when they see your name, your company name, or your company logo shouldn’t they think of you? Read the rest of this entry »

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