Hey guys, Jonathon Locke here. I'm working on a project and much of the promotion will be centered around using PPC to generate leads and sales. Now, I've read a ton of adwords manuals and have used it sparingly in the past, but I've never had a whole lot of success with it, and I have some questions that I would like answered by an adwords professional - mainly strategy and project specific questions.
Anyways, I'd be willing to pay $200-$300 for 1-1.5 hours of talk time with an adwords expert (must be experienced, no theorists!); just to talk strategy and hopefully to learn a few valuable things. If you are interested, please shoot me a PM or reply to this thread; along with your credentials. Thanks so much guys, I really appreciate it! (And if it is very useful, I will probably pay for more talk time in the future). Thanks again!
I've just created a new digital training (22 videos mp4 + xls/doc/pdf files) and I wondered about what is the best way to deliver it: through a membership site (with 22 integrated videos), or through a direct download (like a zip file containing the whole package) ?
I listed Constative.com for sale to afford me time and resources to build Palness.com. I had in mind to sell at 70k or something around that figure. Brokers evaluated it to worth $90k - $105k but I don't want to wait too long to sell.
The site receives 150k users monthly with up to 400k page views. All the traffic comes from Google search. The niche is celebrity news and current affairs. The website currently has over 2,000 green articles.
I've had several newbies PM me recently about their struggles to find helpful information online when they don't have a real budget on which to rely to help them get started in online business.
I inquired if they have used Google operators to search for their information "outside" this forum and "outside" paid products. None had a clue what I was talking about. I made a related post years ago, but apparently no one has found it - why should they if they are not looking for this information?