So, I am strolling by a chocolate store and a lady is standing outside selling strawberries dipped in chocolate for $1. You had to go inside the chocolate store to pay for them which means you have to walk by racks of chocolate truffles and fudge and...sorry, I'm starting to salivate...
I originally planned to buy 2 strawberries for me and 2 for my daughter. I walked out of the store $35 worth of chocolate later...
So, what are y'alls favorite examples of non-IM upsells? I always try to figure out what the upsell is on everything these days, because it gives me good ideas for internet marketing.
I've been working on the on-page SEO for wendycohen.pro for a few months now. For some reason, the visibility keeps being reported at zero. Nothing is ranking anywhere. Am I missing something obvious? Would someone be willing to take a look?
Any help or direction is greatly appreciated!
Hi, I'm quite new on internet marketing and I decided to start writing lots of articles related with psychology/personal development tips niche (non-published). However, after writing 40-50 articles I started to read a lot of niche sites and I'm a little confused that probably my articles are getting too broad for this niche. Since I didn't target it for a specific mental health pathology I believe that I went too broad and will be very hard to monetize.
I would appreciate any suggestions
This is just a post about the Instagram strategy I've been using to grow my pages recently. Some of my pages link to my e-commerce site, and I've found that I'm driving a fair amount of traffic to my site via Instagram. The rest of my pages I'm building up in the hope of monetising them in the future.