Over the weekend I've been in Auckland, New Zealand, hanging out with Mark Joyner (New York Times bestselling author and founder of www.Simpleology.com), Marc Lindsay (www.amautomation.com), and another successful marketer called Joshua (who sells garden sheds online).
Marc and Joshua flew in from Australia, I flew up from Christchurch, and we went to catch up with MJ for the last time before he moves back to the United States (he has been living in Auckland for 7...Read more
This is a guest post from Rebecca Kelley, formally of SEOmoz and now director of social media marketing at 10e20.
Nowadays it seems like everyone's an expert, especially when it comes to the vast wasteland known as the Internetz. People are popping up like whack-a-moles and advertising their expertise as Internet marketers and SEO/social media experts, and oftentimes it's difficult to distinguish the experts from the fakers. Thankfully, there are a few obvious signs that identify you as...Read more
If you were fortunate enough to join me and Steven Clayton last night for our Solutions to Important Affiliate Problems Webinar you know Steven really knows his stuff and completely overdelivered on content!
He covered a lot of valuable information including:
* The FTC crackdown on certain types of affiliate sites and what to do about it.
* How to get high quality incoming links to your website
* Affiliate nexus laws and how to get around them
* Google Adwords pay per click tips
You might have noticed that these have been an interesting few months in affiliate marketing, with many new developments that could have dramatic effects on how many affiliates do business.
Now, part of why I enjoy affiliate marketing so much is that it's always interesting - and new developments like this keep you engaged and always learning. That being said though, it can also be a bit unnerving if you feel like your income source is being threatened.
That's why I've organized...Read more
Read the previous part of my interview with Rand - Network effect and search rankings
I'd be interested to hear any theories you have on future elements or methods that Google might use to rank webpages 10 years from now.
I think in the next 10 years we'll see at least one, maybe two new developments in terms of how a large percentage of early to mid level adopters find content and are driven to pages, so, you know over the last 10 years we've seen basically two methodologies come that...Read more