I've been paying a lot more attention to structuring my articles recently. My CTR has sky rocketed from about 7% to and average of 72% (over the last two weeks). A recent article has a CTR of 93% from 124 views (and counting).
It is amazing what a little thought does when writing your contents/sales letter/articles. It is all too easy to get stuck in the "numbers game mentality" where you get obsessed at simply churning out the articles.
I am planning to buy a JVzoo product and I have an account in JVZoo so I can see upsell sales page of the product. I am planning to buy sinfiltrator which has a 67$ front end product and 97$ white label upsell. Can I just buy the 97$ white label product for 97$ thru the JVZoo salespage? Or does it work like an upgrade?
I have a hypothetical situation here and I'm considering to go for it because I travel a lot . I'm thinking of starting up a photography facebook page that will include only the locals of that particular area . The kind of interaction I will have with these people will be basically about their culture and day to day life norms. I have a pretty decent Canon camera and have a sound knowledge to capture a perfect picture that will include every element of the surroundings.
Now keeping that in mind, I have to find a perfect community on Facebook that will love that kind of work. For that I have two ideas. 1. Set up a story line in series of images of that particular interaction and create a kind of ' suspense' of what's coming up . 2. Make up a video of that interaction with top notch editing ( background music etc) .
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.
So, for the past 2 years I have been focused on content and genuinely not seen much movement on Google. The past months have had a switch to backlinks and I am already seeing progress.
How heavy a weight are backlinks? Are we talking 90% towards ranking well? I find it maddening that even really good sites with no links just simply cannot rank!