I have a list that is years old. People come and go, but the list is still thousands strong. The problem is I don't think they are reading what I send them. About 10% open the emails , at least the ones I can track. Several bounce but only a very small percentage each time. Some come back as "mailbox full".
What are the rest doing? They don't open the email, their mailbox is not full, they don't unsubscribe, they don't bounce.
If I weed the list I might only get 10% back. I can't decide if that's a good thing or not. I suppose some people will open the emails weeks or months later. I don't want to miss those.
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'm having great trouble trying to decipher what constitutes an unnatural backlink..
For example.. You use a link building firm who advertise manual white hat building techniques. They already have a relationship with many existing blogs, site etc of a fairly decent domain authority. Because of this relationship, they can build links to new clients from these sites.