I've got a couple of questions though: We know (I think) that in order to build a profitable, sustainable business you need to be able to consistently sell your products. This generally means having a list. I've just signed up with Email Aces (run by IM big wig Gary Abrose) and was wondering: on my blog (list building) would it make more sense to just link out to the affiliate page proper, or, since I've set it up, link to the review domain and squeeze page therein and from there lead them to the actual sales page?
My thought on the one hand is, I'm actually trying to make cash as fast as possible and on the other a list would be very good long term.
My other question is: If I have multiple blogs (promoting multiple products) would it be worth my time to look into auto blog posting and info gathering software?
The debate never seems to end in my circle of professional acquaintances. Would you rather be paid for projects based on an hourly or fixed rate?Argue as we may, we never do seem to come to a conclusion. I myself am of the opinion that there is no “right” or “wrong” answer necessarily. That being said, I have met many freelancers that are very passionate about one side or the other.
As recently Google has updated the algorithm for search engine ranking for keywords, anchor text backlinks will not work anymore.
So what should be the approach to get the improvement in keyword ranking organically.
Your business is built around the trust your customer puts on your brand. To maintain this important treasure, one has to incorporate many important elements in his/her e-commerce business to move ahead of your competitors. In this thread , I will briefly list some basics to achieve that in limited amount of time: