I've read from more than one source before launching a product (especially the first) and using Paypal to process the payments, that its a good idea to contact Paypal to alert them. It is supposed to help prevent having your Paypal account suspended while they investigate and make sure the charges are legit.
Well, I did just that and the Paypal representative told me that it wasn't necessary. He stated that if Paypal security had any problems, I could be sure they'd be contacting me.
Maybe some forum members with relevant experience can shed some light on this subject. Is it, or is it not helpful?
This post is targeted at folks trying hard to eke out a living selling or doing marketing online, especially if you are into affiliate marketing and stuffs like that. If you are yet to make your first $1000 and above online the first question you need to ask yourself is "What are the pro's doing that am not doing?" Believe it or not it's very easy to succeed online if you get it just right, what the guru's do is simple, once a system is successful for then in a little way, they simply SCALE IT. Simple repetition, that's about what they do, and this affords them the opportunity to make big bucks within a little time frame.
Does google consider site loading speed in its ranking factors? Ive have recently added a lot of ads to my blog and it is slowing down my site big time (let me hear it: ads is a silly way to monetize your blog) Im currently recieving very low organic traffic volumes as most of my traffic is coming from social media. My blog is fairly new and i dont expect much organic traffic in these early days, but could the slow loading speed be effecting my rankings?