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How to self-analysis yourself Annually [pt2] ”The Continuation”

It is one thing to WANT money-everyone wants more-but it is something entirely different to be WORTH MORE! Many people mistake their WANTS for their just DUES. Your financial requirements or wants have nothing whatever to do with your WORTH. Your value is established entirely by your ability to render useful service or your capacity to induce others to render such service.

QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ANSWER

Annual self-analysis is essential in the effective marketing of personal services, as is annual inventory in merchandising.

Your annual self-analysis should be made at the end of each year, so you can include in your New Year’s Resolutions any improvements.

SELF-ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE FOR PERSONAL Growth

Have I attained the goal which I established as my objective for this year? (You should work with a definite yearly objective to be attained as a part of your major life objective)

Have I delivered service of the best possible QUALITY of which I was capable, or could I have improved any part of this service?

 Have I been open minded and tolerant in connection with all subjects?

 In what way have I improved my ability to render service

Has my conduct toward my associates been such that it has induced them to RESPECT me?

Have my opinions and DECISIONS been based upon guesswork, or accuracy of analysis and THOUGHT?

Have I followed the habit of budgeting my time, my expenses, and my income,and have I been conservative in these budgets?

How much time have I devoted to the UNPROFITABLE effort which I might have used to better advantage?

How may I RE-BUDGET my time, and change my habits so I will be more ef-ficient during the coming year?

Have I been guilty of any conduct which was not approved by my con-science?

 In what ways have I rendered MORE SERVICE AND BETTER SERVICE than I was paid to render.

Have I been unfair to anyone, and if so, in what way?

If I had been the purchaser of my own services for the year, would I be satisfied with my purchase?

Has the purchaser of my services been satisfied with the service I have rendered, and if not, why not?

What is my present rating on the fundamental principles of success? (Make this rating fairly, and frankly, and have it checked by someone who is courageous enough to do it [accurately).

After going through this information above, you are now ready to create a practical plan

to market your goods and services to a next level for improvements and growth.

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listen to the audio here How to self-analysis yourself Annually,The Continuation

Why Storytelling Is So Important in Business?

Good storytelling includes bringing facts to the table along with the extra information that brings the reader closer to the storyteller.

The aim is to weave a compelling story that pulls the reader in so that they really care about the outcome of the story. The more a customer cares about your story, the longer they will remain customers and demonstrate brand and product loyalty.

Create an Email Series

A good way to get your audience primed for an emotional story is to start small and deliver the story in pieces via an email series. Keep each email short, about 350 to 450 words, and to one small point.

Incorporate Video

Using video for part of or even your entire story can help bring more emotion to the story because people generally feel more emotional when looking at people and images than just by reading text. Using both text and video can be the best of both worlds.

Include Testimonials

Text and video testimonials from your satisfied customers can evoke emotion from those who haven’t purchased from you yet because they will want what your satisfied customers want. They will also trust you more when the videos are very authentic and real. Click here to earn from youtube without creating videos

Put Customers First

In every story it’s important to put your customer first. Get to know everything you can about your customers and incorporate the things they care about within your stories. This shows that you know them well and can speak about the things that concern them the most.

Get Attention with Negative Stories

Pull the emotional strings to get their attention with negative aspects of a story that will be resolved by using your products or services. You don’t want to traumatize your customers, only evoke emotions.

Calm Fears with Positive Stories

Tone down the negative with some positive stories of people who have used your products and services with good results. Bring them back up after you brought them down.

Reinforce with Neutral Stories

Tell them the “who, what, when, how and why” of your products and services using stories to guide the discussion that are less emotional and volatile.

Recognize the Relationship

When you are telling any story, it’s important to recognize the relationship between you and the receiver.

Remember the Imagery

It’s important to ensure that the images you use match the emotions you’re trying to evoke, otherwise, your story will be confusing to the reader/viewer.

The fact is that emotions drive us to do more than we would like to think. From buying a house to choosing a book to read on the weekend, we are driven by our emotions more than we are by logic.

However, as you try to evoke emotions in your viewers, it’s important to also bring in elements of logic so that your viewer or reader trusts you to buy what you’re offering. Otherwise, they might feel as if you’re manipulating their emotions too much.

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SEO Case Study: How I Increased SEO Traffic by 600% in 12Month

The sad reality? Most of my efforts didn’t move the needle at all. But I kept chugging along, and soon I found a few specific strategies and tactics that got some real traction. I doubled down on these. Can you guess what happened next? Yep―those few things helped me see ridiculous results. And I’m here to share the four main areas I focused on to finally breakthrough and help my biggest client see massive results with SEO so that you can use these strategies, too. Remember, this is a single SEO case study One important caveat before we jump in: I’m not suggesting that what I’m about to tell you is the only way to succeed with SEO. Every campaign and niche will have different nuances, and some strategies that might work great for me might not work great for you. That being said, there are several principles throughout this case study that you can apply to pretty much any campaign you’ll ever run. The starting point When I started working with this client, he was generating about 20,000 visitors per month from the search. Pretty solid.

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He ranked for a few competitive keywords that had between 1,000 and 5,000 monthly search volume and got hundreds of email subscribers every month from SEO.

But there was potential for so much more.

He had truly fantastic content―and the ability to write incredible content on pretty much any topic in his niche since he had so many years of experience and results―so it was clear he had a shot of ranking for almost any keyword in his niche over time.

He had a big problem, though: His content was unoptimized, and he needed a lot more quality links.

4 techniques that helped traffic explode

1. Implementing an in-depth content audit

I started by identifying all the best content assets on his blog from a traffic standpoint (with Google Analytics and Google Search Console). He had hundreds of blog posts, but only 10 of them got consistent traffic.

So I unpublished 90% of the content on his blog.

What did I do with it? I put each post in one of two boxes

1. Revamp, optimize, and republish: This box was for any existing content that had untapped potential. Content made it into this bucket if it:

  1. Had great keyword opportunities (high search volume and low organic competition) that it wasn’t ranking well for (if at all).
  2. Had unique insights and actionable steps for readers that could be expanded upon.

Only five posts fell in this category. I had the author add tons of content to each of these posts, along with new sections based on long-tail keywords.

Once we finished, I updated the publish date in WordPress and promoted it as a new post (but kept the same URL).

2. Leave the post as an unpublished draft and redirect: This bucket was for content that didn’t have much if any, SEO potential.

Most of these posts were either written on very specific topics without much search volume or had content related to one of the content assets we kept.

If there wasn’t SEO potential for a post, I unpublished it and set up a 301 redirect to either a relevant content asset or the homepage. We kept these as unpublished drafts in WordPress so we could use the content for future posts. If the content of a post was very similar to one of our content assets, we added the content to the content asset and 301 redirected the post to the asset.

By the end of the content audit, he only had about 30 blog posts left (including those we revamped). But within a few months, he was generating MORE traffic than he ever had before because every post on his blog was incredibly valuable and SEO-driven.

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Of course, the content audit by itself didn’t get us to a 600% traffic increase.

We needed more links.

2. Ongoing link building outreach

You already know you have to build high-quality links to compete in organic search results.So did I, but that didn’t help me actually get those links at first. I sent hundreds of outreach emails per week but only got a 1% conversion rate at best … until I rethought my outreach strategy.

At first, I followed exactly what experts told me to do in blog posts I read. I even used their pre-written templates.When that didn’t work, I started testing new angles.

I even started offering free access to courses and membership sites from my author regardless of whether someone added my link or not. And over time, I realized something: If you have outstanding content, reach out to someone who’s already linked to or written similar content, and offer them exceptional value, you’ll see incredible conversion rates.

3. Creating new, SEO-driven content on a regular basis

While I was building links regularly, I also worked with the author to create new SEO-driven content.

By SEO-driven, I mean content created based on the best keyword opportunities in his niche. A lot of people write content then find a keyword to “optimize” it for. This is backward if you want your content to rank. Instead of finding great keyword opportunities your site can actually rank for, you’re essentially picking keywords out of a hat with varying levels of competition.

You might get lucky a few times and find a low competition keyword you can rank for with your pre-written content, but most of the time you want, and you’ll have trouble ranking across the board. So, before we created ANY new content, I did in-depth keyword research to find the best opportunities in the author’s niche (I’m talking a Google Sheet with 5,000+ keywords in there). Then, I sorted the sheet based on competition and picked medium-to-high traffic keywords with low competition (as it relates to his site’s ability to rank for that keyword) to create content around.

Notice how I said keywords instead of keywords?

Another huge part of creating traffic-driving SEO content is targeting a group of related keywords instead of just one.

Since the Hummingbird algorithm update in 2013, you can rank a single piece of content for 1,000s of keywords. So we created 25 pieces of content over two years. Just a few months after each one was published, they all started ranking for hundreds, and some even thousands of different keywords.

One even ranked for 12,000 keywords…

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nd even with only 72 posts on his blog today (compared to the 100+ he used to have) he generates 140,000+ visitors every month from search:

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Here’s the big thing you can’t miss when it comes to content: It really doesn’t matter how much content you produce and how often you produce it. What really matters is how valuable and optimized your content is, and that you produce it on a somewhat regular basis (whether that’s once a month or even once every other month).

4. Implementing an internal linking strategy

Isn’t it funny how something as simple as adding a link to another page on your site can help your SEO? I mean, it literally takes five seconds, but it really does help (especially on a large scale).

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When I first started working with this author, there were a few internal links on most of his pages and posts, but there wasn’t a clear strategy behind them.
That changed real quick.
After I completed the initial content audit, I went through his entire site adding new internal links and optimizing the anchor text of old ones.
The strategy I used was simple. Add about ten internal links to every blog post using anchor text that included either:
The target keyword of other posts
A variation of the target keyword
Or a secondary long-tail keyword
Simple enough, right?

As I did this, I found two options for doing this as fast as possible (because let’s be honest, this takes a whole lot of monotonous screen-staring hours if you’re going through 50+ posts):

1. Go through each post in your CMS in order of publication date adding internal links.

If you decide to go this route, it helps to have a spreadsheet open with links to all of your blog posts so you can add internal links as you scan the content. Simply go through each blog post looking for good anchor text opportunities, then copy/paste links as you see fit. If you don’t have great anchor text opportunities, you can always tweak the content.

2. Use the search bar in your WordPress admin for certain phrases and add internal links to posts containing those keywords.

Here, you can search target keywords, long-tail keywords, and LSI keywords in your WordPress dashboard to find posts that already have those phrases.

Then, all you have to do is go through those posts and add internal links (repeating this process for every post on your blog).

“NOTE’ THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS [AS MARKED AFFILIATE] AND IF YOU CLICK ON ANY AFFILIATE LINKS AND PROCEED TO PURCHASE ANY PRODUCTS I MAY RECEIVE COMMISSION FOR THAT OFFER.

It’s the SEO strategy, not the SEO tactic, that increases traffic

You’ve probably heard most of the advice in this case study before―just like I had.

I was implementing these strategies just like everyone else was, too, but I wasn’t seeing any notable results.

I was:

  • Sending generic outreach templates that were overused and didn’t offer value
  • Creating content that wasn’t unique, compelling, or actionable
  • Worried about how often I created content rather than how valuable and SEO-driven it was
  • Doing keyword research after receiving an article from the author (instead of the other way around)

So it wasn’t that I was using the wrong tactics; I was simply using the right tactics in the wrong way.

I wasn’t focused on helping the author create incredibly valuable content using his unique insights―therefore making his content different from everyone else’s. I wasn’t focused on offering incredible value to site owners in my link-building outreach. And I wasn’t focused on reaching out to people who’ve already linked to similar resources to mine or wrote content on a similar topic.

These changes helped me experience an SEO breakthrough―not only with this author but with all of my clients — and they can help you, too.

“NOTE’ THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS [AS MARKED AFFILIATE] AND IF YOU CLICK ON ANY AFFILIATE LINKS AND PROCEED TO PURCHASE ANY PRODUCTS I MAY RECEIVE COMMISSION FOR THAT OFFER.

this manuscript was taken from the original author Hunter Branch, he is a digital marketing consultant and the founder of Rank Tree, a content marketing and SEO blog dedicated to teaching small businesses and brands how to create great content that generates traffic and leads from Google on autopilot.

How to use Power Words in your Headlines.

As we go along in this experience and adventure of desire and quest, in this arena of MONEY MAKING, where we call ourselves, MARKETERS, and from the information that you read from my Articles you may come to the Realization that i LOVE to keep the information short, simple and to the point, No FLUFF, NO B.S just simple, informative, entertaining, and Educating, Follow along Below as we Discover the Power of Words. ENJOY.

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We all learn from previous post that a Headline or Subject line to promote an offer must drives curiosity to a customer and will decided whether that visitor will keep reading your content.

Do you know? that they are words you can use to activate the brain of a visitor to your offer to keep on reading or even give your Email open rate higher.

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These are some words that Almost always get attention, which makes great choices for headlines, see if you can work with these words and get results.

You, how to, because, new, secrets, discover, reveal, guaranteed, proven, scientific, surprise, startling, quick, easy, fast, simple, amazing, awesome, crazy, huge, fantastic. Please use wisely.

Effective words needs to grab your readers attention which will increase conversions and sales, here are Five ways to try in your copy write. (Be Creative) .

Tell a story, Ask a question, share a startling fact or statistic-(e.g) about 95% of business will fail this year, will yours be one of them? Build anticipation for what is to come, arouse curiosity about what is to come (e.g) you will find out what you should Never use in a Sales headline, this is going to surprise you.

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Technics to grow your list Fast,part1

It is all good to invest in your self , as the story says, mother have, father have but bless is the child that has his own.

Technics to grow your list fast ( part1)

In this world of light and sound where goods and services can be moved from point A to point B, at a press of a Button.

The three main pillars of Traffic has to be Fast, Reliable and Scaleable, lets say you invest $100usd into your Business. This Technic had been tested and proven to convert like WOW, SOLO ADS. There is a web site Called UDIMI, where you can go and buy clicks at a rate starting at $50 usd for 100 clicks and it could convert at a optin rate of 30% to 40% depending on what is the product you are promoting.

That is 30 to 40 emails address from 100 clicks and the delivery is a done deal, every 24 hours and you can keep repeating the technic over again and in one month you will be surprise to see the numbers of your list. Ï

Technics to grow your list fast (part1)

STEP–2— ADFLY, this website is great if you have a free giveaway, like an Ebook, a Article, Training Video, gift cards, or discounts to give away for free so you can get new Subscribers, They start at $5usd for 5000 visits, but only go for tier one countries like US, UK, CANADA, AUSTRALA This traffic is Fast, Reliable and you can scale up fast from $5 to $20 to$30 and up and up, ontill you reach your goals of 5000 to 10000 subscribers. I do not want to give you to much infomation at once for you to get information overload. This UDIMI and ADFLY Technic and Stratagies works like clock work everytime. Ontill the next write i will give you some more Technics and Stratagies to grow your list Fast. Leave a comment Below by saying UDIMi or ADFLY. To let me know you read this post.

The do and do not of writing Awesome Email Subject Lines

You may have written dozens of Emails and have barely think about the Subject line, if you do, you are making a mistake. The Subject line often determines whether an Email is open and how the recipient responds.

Here are some ideas that we should Follow.

Keep it short and sweet not above(50) words, use Familiar sender name, Avoid the no- reply sender name, segment your list (buyers, freebies) do not make false promises, do not tell much about what is in side, make people feel special, create a sence of importance, let your Question be compelling, split test your subject line (A/B

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How to write Awesome product Description

All online Marketers should know the first golden rule? That selling online to a customer, who can not see or feel your product, you must appeal to there imagination, what it will be like to touch, feel and own the product and make it easy for you to make a sale. To do that you have to write amazing product description to capture that customer.

how to write awesome product description.

In this write i would like to share with you 10 Basic Rule to write awesome product description from the pen of my Friend (Jacqueline Basulto) to me and to you.

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The Internet,The gateway to Financial Freedoom.

How the internet become the internet?

The internet was actually Called (ARPAnet) ARPAnet is an acronym for Advance Research Projects Agency Network, in the late 1960s the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the department of defence set out on a Mission. They were trying to find a way to simplelify Communication and share Data but not using the old Telephone Method to Transfer Voice and Data Communications.

It was in the late 70s and early 80s

Useing packet switching which enabled the sending and receiving of Communication and Data to multiple locations, with this the TC/ip Communication was Born. We probably has to thank Robert Kahn and Vint Cerf, who is often referred as the Father of the Internet. What started out as a defence project quickly expand to the National Science foundation (NSF) which allowed the shareing of information in real time. In 1989 ARPAnet was shut down and replaced by NSFnet.

The first public and commerical use of the internet.

In the mid 1989 Compuserve and Mc imail added email services for anyone who wanted it. Then by the end of 1990 Tim Berners-lee came up with Hyper Text Transfer Protocols, (HTTP), next came HTML usenet, and FTP file transfer protocol. And the internet was up and running. Today over 4 billion people are now connected online across the globe. Which is a welcome news for us Marketers.

The internet speed up the flow of information.

In 1999 Bill Gates wrote a book called the speed of thought. In which he explane some of his thoughts of the internet. The internet has everything in the way we communicate in our world. But no where is the shift so as dramatic as in the business world, from 1990 to now within these years everything has changed how we do business online.

Below is a Quick list of some of the paradign shifts the internet has brought to business.

Commercial,E mail become the preferred method of written communication. Companies, Regardless of the size built. Websites compet on a level playing field. Interative, Websites allowed customers and business to conduct business online. Industry portal websites sprung up with information in every sector of the economy. Search engine, Competition rapidly evolved to serve the instant information needs of consumers. Bulletin Boards and Blogs. Brought a two way open transparent information for business communications. Social media networks. The whole world went mobile with smart phones. The rest is history.Today the worlds information is at our fingertips, where ever you are and when ever you need it.To get more Traffic, leads and Sales CLICKHERETOENTER

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Strategies to convert Traffic into leads.

We are right around the corner from the end of 2020.While this year has made us endure many changes, one thing for sure that has not change is the holidays.

I would like to share with you some tips and ideas on how to generate leads from your website Traffic.Then keep reading on.

Turning website Traffic into leads and buyers that you can target in your email marketing is very important to any marketer, especially this month. OCTOBER—-Here is why?

October is one of the month that email address has the highest VALUE and it makes sense. Because most people are gearing up for the holiday purchases and through out the rest of the year.That means now, like right now you should be busting your chops to fire up that lead generation engine. And store them in a AUTHORESPONDER. The two most in demand ones that works like a charm is AWEBER and GETRESPONSE.

HERE IS SOME BASIC WAYS TO DO SO?

QUIZZES—They are interesting for a few reasons, they are fun alternative to what people usually enconter, they have help other online brands generate thousands of leads. They can offer you tons of powerful insights into who your audience are.

SPIN THE WHEEL.—THIS optin type give contact a chance to spin to win. To unlock a discount or win a prize listed on the wheel, once they enter their email address to spin the optin form is unlock and they are rewarded a discount code it is sent to there email, it is a game, it is fun, free and my friend it works. This is a great idea for marketers who has Ecommerce stores. Do some research where you can get one create for you (e.g) check image below.for ideas

SPLIT TEST YOUR OPTIN FORMS.—Do it effectively and make sure you are squeezing everything out of your traffic, you should test your optin forms (e.g) A and B test the headlines and copy, test different designs from images to Button color, this could lift your conversion rate. A coundown timer is an excellent example it gives your customer that urgency to buy now before the clock count down, here is where you can also offer a discount as a sweetner to the buyer.

RUN A GIVE AWAY–People love winning stuff for what reason i do not know. It is what it is.

A giveaway offers an enticing gift in return for entering an email address or other personal information. A friend of mine with a ecommerce store did a planned giveaway contest and ended up adding 40.000 new contacts to his list, even after he clean up the list later on he still ended up with 30k active new subscribers to market to again and again. Make sure the offer matches your audience, the goal is to get your target audience into your list so your offer needs to appeal to them.

CONTEST—You can position your contest around an event or purpose that resonates with who you need to be on your list as a potential customer. Include a referral loop system in your give aways. I recommend my good friend WILCO DE KREIS THE VIRAL KING SOFTWARE. ClICKHERE. And buy it you will thank me later. This sort of giveaways have potential to go viral and get people to refer others in there social net work to your contest and increase your chance for more sign ups. I hope some of this tips and stratigies help you to generate more sign ups and more sales as we approach the holidays and beyond. THANKS for reading and Happy Hunting.——‘GOD Bless.

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This system generate traffic grows your list and convert subscribers into customers.

The system combine a uniqe link with structured incentives to create accountability and encourage sharing and driving traffic.

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Shares are automatically tracked giving you the power to create contest  sweepstakes and give aways that reward visitors the more they spread the word.

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The system guides your visitors for you by emailing reminders setting goals and providing ongoing incentives to ensure they stay on track and deliver then the system takes off on its own and becomes a perpetuial source of new leads that compounds over time so you start with a small initial  group of subscribers the system gets them sharing the process repeat with each persons over and over again.

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