Everything You Need to Know About Google+

Social Media Marketing

Yesterday, it was announced that Google+ had finally been released as a public beta, meaning that you no longer require an invitation to join the network. Google+ Google social networks

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How 3 Guys Made Over $10,000,000 Last Year Without a Single Backlink

Viper Chill

Most notably, the threads on the Stack That Money forum. After chatting regularly with the owners on various business topics and helping each other out, they asked if I would like to be a moderator on the forum. But this time I had some money and I knew about affiliate marketing.

$1K Profit (Almost) in 1 Week: My PPC Case Study

Viper Chill

Before I did anything, I joined a forum called Stack That Money. It’s a forum my friends in question used to be a part of and I thought that if I could speed up my learning, I would also be able to speed up the results I get and it would make for a better case study.

The State of the Blog Sales Market: Interview with Andrew Knibbe of Flippa

ProBlogger

I think the social networks themselves are a bit of a grey area in terms of transferring some of those accounts over, but in most cases it goes through. Or other products, like ebooks, or maybe they have an online store attached to the blog which is selling curated affiliate products.

Analytics for Content Marketers and Bloggers: What Do You Need to Track?

ProBlogger

Increase user engagement (clicks, decrease bounce rate or forum interaction)? Simple, I would analyze the highest performing pages, etc and optimize those with banner ads, email opt-in forms or even affiliate links to increase conversions.

The Perils and Pitfalls of Blogging in College

ProBlogger

In the past year and a half blogging, I’ve joined various affiliate networks, spoken with a ton of potential advertisers, hired/fired/kept bloggers, worked with different partner sites and created business opportunities for myself on the way. There were points in time in which I was too spread out, writing for too many blogs, concentrating on too many social media sites, talking in too many forums. This guest post is by Rob Paone of BROcrastinator.