lloydc1c1 wrote: I would like to know what is your main link building strategies. Do u post articles to free article directories and to AMA automation as Mark suggested in the course or do you used other methods.
lloydc1c1 wrote:Secondly I would like to know when you used the other method you mentioned you got a sale in 4 days. What is the difference to the strategy in the other method that you are using because getting a sale after 4 days sounds a bit to good too be true.
hugobiwan1 wrote:Does it mean you register a domain with a name as close as possible to the product's name? So if if that works, it means domain name is still a very important factor in Google's search algorithm
hugobiwan1 wrote:I wonder if anybody else has experience with Launch Jacking technique.
esolutions wrote:It would be interesting (and relevant) to know what type of traffic you are getting to the affiloblueprint site.
esolutions wrote:About launch jacking, yes, it can be volatile, but if you pick products that are more likely to be continued or launched with updated versions, then your site can become something a bit more long term.
ed5 wrote:Hi Mary,
Thank you for clearing that up. I thought it was that at first, but then I doubted that people would type my website directly in the address bar - I must be doing something right if they remember my site!
lcortezbarcelo wrote:Hi, Congratulations for making that first sale!!! For me It took me a while too to make that first sale but then I remember it was a unique feeling, is really exciting!!!
aditd wrote:That is the time it took you to make a sale. Other can make it in an hours, others in 10 minutes. True that are people that will never make one ;)
esolutions wrote:Since the majority of your traffic is coming from search, now you need to analyze and figure out why and which terms stress buyer intent, rather than simply information seeking visitors.
esolutions wrote:You can still turn information seekers into sales, but that requires knowing and presenting them with the right information that takes them step by step leading to a sale.
So you're saying to optimize the website content by putting priority on the terms that are buyer intent, including optimizing for conversion on these pages and building links to them?esolutions wrote:You can still turn information seekers into sales, but that requires knowing and presenting them with the right information that takes them step by step leading to a sale.
Also known as: an auto responder sequence, right? I'm still working on developing skills on how to build and manage and email list, but I have a small 2 week follow up campaign for people who sign up for the free opt in.
esolutions wrote:What I'm really saying is that it's important to understand the mindset of the person on a specific page so that you can craft your message appropriately.
jmpruitt wrote:the AB system is about creating a quality authority style site and building lasting income through the process. It can take time for them to take off, but the rewards are much more sustainable over time, giving you more consistent results with less effort on the back end.
rominafarrugia wrote:Hi and thanks for sharing Ed. Your posts are very detailed, instructive and can be understood.
If you were to start over and use the affiloblueprint immediately what timeframe would you allot yourself to manage your time effectively? is it better to work four evenings a week, or two evenings and one day?
Looking forward to your suggestion.
rominafarrugia wrote:I suggest also maybe learning basic copywriting skills.
rominafarrugia wrote:In your opinion which author offers the ideal starting point?
ed5 wrote:rominafarrugia wrote:In your opinion which author offers the ideal starting point?
Those 3 are already the best of my short list (I have a longer list of copy writing experts I learn from). Any one of them are a great starting point.
Copyblogger has constant updates, while Gary Bencivenga and Gary Halbert are "evergreen".
mamagy wrote:Quick question- What's the "Nightmare" update you mentioned in the first post?
saikatbanerjee24 wrote:Hi Endy
Thats a tonne for the inspirational post and comments. I really find yo as an inspiration and wish to connect with you if you allow.
elyfields wrote:I'm hoping for more case studies from you, Endy. :)
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