About a year and a half ago, a family friend started a business selling women’s active wear. She had no website — and no…
“I’ve read that a website or blog needs original content to get ranked higher by the search engines. If I use content from ETR’s newsletters/website on my blog, will that hurt my Google ranking and keep me from getting traffic?”
It started with a routine check on our website (which I do every morning)… and finding a crazy-looking warning on our front page – the same warning that several ETR readers wrote in about. Here’s one of the e-mails we received that day…
With 200 million and 125 million users respectively, Facebook and MySpace have got marketers everywhere frothing at the mouth. “Look at all those potential customers!” they say. “How can we harness the overwhelming popularity of these sites to our benefit?”
Some of the more “exciting” features of our e-mails were preventing them from reaching our subscribers. (Maybe even you!) So we’ve made a few changes to ETR – to make sure you get it in your inbox every morning. And by making your own e-mails more “boring,” you could see more subscribers receiving and opening them. Which, in the end, should result in more sales.
If you don’t have a product or product idea you can still make a fortune off an already-existing Internet business by becoming an affiliate.
The world of search engine optimization (SEO) is in an uproar these days. If you have an Internet-based business, you need to know what’s going on – and how you can take advantage of it.
You already know how powerful links can be when it comes to your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts. As Alexis Siemon pointed out in her article “Become a Killer Link Builder“: “A link is a shortcut to quickly get you from one website to another. If you can harness the power of the link, you can make your website a force to be reckoned with. That means higher search engine rankings, more traffic to your site, and, eventually, more customers and more money in your pocket.”