November 17, 2012
Performing SEO as a small business owner can be a difficult task. As a small business, you may have less time and money to devote to your online marketing campaigns, which can have a negative impact on your SEO efforts. Also, the fact that search engines such as Google favor large brands hinders your ability to gain a first page ranking for specific keywords. However, even though it may seem difficult to get your website to appear on the first page of the search engine results for specific keywords, you should not give up as obtaining a first page ranking can have a huge impact on your business.
Importance of SEO
The biggest reason why your small business needs to continue to spend time working on its SEO is to be seen by consumers in your local area. Consumers are no longer using the phone book to find a local business and traditional marketing methods are becoming less effective. When you are able to obtain a first page ranking in the search engine results, your website will be able to drive a larger number of consumers to your business.
How to Perform Local SEO
While you may think it is difficult to obtain a first page ranking for your website, local SEO is actually not that difficult to perform. A good local SEO campaign starts with keyword research. You need to find local keywords people are actually searching for that do not have a lot of competition. Once you have found several keywords you will target with your campaign, you are ready to move on to the next step of the local SEO process.
On-Page SEO – On-page search engine optimization is a fancy way of saying you need to set up your website in such a way so that the search engines know what your website is about. This includes putting your target keywords in the title of your blog posts, using H1 tags and writing a compelling meta description that also includes your keywords.
Ensuring your website has a good internal linking structure is also important for your on-page SEO. Linking to other pages of your website will allow you to inform the search engines what your content is about while also making it easy for the spiders to crawl your website and index all of your content.
Claim Your Profiles – After your on-page SEO is complete, you will want to claim as many local profiles as you can for your business. To do this, you need to create an account on the major social media profiles and local directories. The more web pages you control on the internet that point back to your website the easier it will be to increase your website’s ranking for your target keywords.
When creating all of your profiles, you will want to use your target keywords in your profile. This will help the search engines associate your website with your keywords, increasing the chances of your website appearing on the first page of the results.
Include Contact Information – On all of your social profiles and on your website itself, it is important that you include your business’s contact information including your address. By including this information, the search engines will know what region of the world your business is located and can serve up your website in the local results.
Update your Site with Fresh Content – Search engines love to see websites with fresh content. Placing a blog in your company website is a wonderful way to ensure your website is regularly updated with content that focuses on your local keywords.
The biggest challenge facing small business owners when it comes to local SEO is finding the time to do the work. Using some SEO tools will help you reduce the amount of time you spend working on your local SEO campaigns while still being able to see positive results.
Google Webmaster Tool – Gives you insight about your website including where it appears in the search engine rankings, any errors encountered by the search engine spiders and the overall health of your domain.
Google Adwords Tool – This is a good tool for discovering local keywords. This tool will also allow you to gauge the competition levels of a specific keyword to determine whether or not you want to include it in your list.
SEMRush – Another keyword discovery tool that provides a little bit more data than the Google
Adwords Keyword Tool – It is definitely the best free tool on the Internet for keyword research.
SEO Book – Offers a keyword density checker to assess the keyword density on your website. If you over-optimize your website for a specific keyword, you could receive a penalty from the search engines.
Majestic SEO – This tool allows you to assess your inbound link profile. See which websites are linking your website as well as your competition to discover new backlink opportunities.
Guest Post Author Bio: Ben Sawyer is in Internet Marketing for more than 5 years. Currently he is working as SEO strategist for Vandko Candles NYC company. In this article Ben provided useful advice about importance of SEO for small business websites.
September 19, 2012
Welcome to the online video masterclass. Today we”ll be looking at a hot video topic; implementing video SEO.
1. Use Keyword Specific Titles:
Just like if you were creating a landing page for a website or writing an article, your videos need to have clear and specific titles. Having your content correctly titled will make the search engine Gods smile fondly upon it. The last thing you want is to create content that can’t be found because of a poor title. Every online video you upload needs to be titled appropriately to give it a strong chance of popping up in both Google and YouTube Page 1 searches.
2. Optimize Your Online Video Descriptions:
Descriptions are an essential piece of the video SEO puzzle that must be optimized. Always put your website URL on the first line of your videos descriptions. This will help to improve conversion rates and give your website a little bit of link juice. Use all the text space available in your descriptions to tie in your keywords and phrases to your videos content. By doing so, you can make your online videos as search friendly as possible.
3. Use Keywords As Tags:
Given YouTube is the number two search engine and owned by Google you want to be on as good terms with it as you can. Tags are one way to do so. Tagging your videos with your keywords and words relevant to your niche will help to link your online video to other videos in the same field, which will increase its chances of being seen. Beware though, YouTube is pretty strict on Tags, try to switch them up from video to video and only use a few of them at a time in order to avoid the Spambots.
4. Use Closed Captions:
Transcripts and Closed Captions are very unused in online video and need to be optimized. Closed Captions and Transcripts in practice function as subtitles for any users with hearing impairments. However, in online marketing terms they provide great SEO benefit. Google and YouTube search through the text in these Transcripts allowing you to optimize them for your keywords and phrases. This will help your content appear higher in the search results.
5. Generate Social Activity:
Whether your hosting your video on Vimeo or YouTube you will have a user account and so will the majority of the audiences visiting the site. Generating activity amongst users on your online video content will help to boost your favour with the search engines. In pretty much every social media the users with the most views, friends, subscribers, likes, comments etc are always going to be top contenders in search results and the same principle goes for the activity on your online videos.
6. Refresh Your Video Content:
Update your old content regularly. By keeping your content updated you’ll be seen far more favourably in the eyes of the online video search engines. This in turn will help you get your content more views and let it stand a better chance at generating a better conversion rate as a result.
7. Use Your Channel To Its Full Potential:
If you’re on a site like YouTube you have a whole Channel at your disposal, not just your video. You can brand your Channel, include your URL, keywords, key phrases, provide calls to action and prompt connections to your social medias. Having a well branded Channel will work in the same way as your website, making your content seem more credible and trustworthy, which will help to generate conversion, content shares and more online activity.
8. Share & Connect On Social Media:
Video sharing sites are fantastically compatible with social media sites. They offer great ways of sharing content to wider audiences and help to promote not only your online video, but interaction with it. Ensure you’re videos are being shared on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs and Tumblr. Google search now scans such sites for links and content giving your online videos a higher chance of appearing on Page 1 in the search results.
9. Use Sitemaps:
A sitemap is the best way of letting Google know where your online video content is. If you’re using embedded video from Bitsontherun, Brightcove or a Vimeo or YouTube video you’ll need to include a sitemap. It’s a common misconception that YouTube videos are automatically sitemapped to Google in their embed code. Sitemaps are a great SEO boost if you’re not using video sharing sites and merely want to use the content on your landing pages for your website visitors to see.
10. Use All Video Sharing Sites:
Everyone has a favourite video sharing site for watching or uploading content. YouTube is an obvious choice due to its sheer popularity, but getting your content, keywords and URL on all video sharing sites can be a great SEO boost. Check out underrated sharing sites like Daily Motion and Viddler and make sure you follow all the rules of the above on every one of your online videos. A website you can get SEO value from and generate traffic from is never a prospect to turn your nose up at.
That’s it for today’s online video masterclass. Be sure to share your knowledge and your thoughts in the comments section below.
About The Author:
Andy Havard is a Marketing Executive at Skeleton Productions, a UK based corporate video production company.
June 14, 2012
Search engine optimization (SEO) is a useful method of writing and web design which can have a dramatic impact on more than just a website’s rankings among search engine results. As the integration of the worldwide web into everyday life for consumers and voters has broadened over the years, it has become easier for people to malign the online reputation of various individuals. As a result, people who have suffered attacks on their character have used the Internet to defend themselves through online reputation management.
Why Is Online Reputation Management Necessary?
Due to the unenforceability of libel and slander laws in the lawless environment of the online world, it is easy to create a website dedicated to harming the reputation of any one with whom you disagree. It is even easier to simply place a comment or a series of comments on a forum or message board which confuse people about the character and motives of a particular person.
Prior to the Internet, it mattered very little of a few people spoke harshly about someone in their own private circles. However, it is very easy for a few careless comments made on a public forum to go viral and suddenly get repeated all over the web. This does more than just cause hurt feelings. It can have a drastic effect on the injured person’s livelihood and business. When it affects the owner of a large corporation, it can damage the earning power of thousands of employees as well.
How to Remedy the Situation
People who find their reputation under attack have a range of options available to defend themselves. They can create their own blogs or websites dedicated to asserting their honesty, reliability or whatever character trait has suffered damage. Maintenance of a presence in social media forums is also important.
Many individuals choose to hire writers or firms of writers to accomplish this for them. These writers use SEO techniques to create websites that dominate the rankings of any search for an individual’s name. The websites need only to contain neutral or positive information about the client. As long as a sufficient number of them are created and they appeal to search engines properly, they will shove negative postings so far down in the page rankings that they will never be found. Such writers also visit blogs and other forums to respond positively to negative comments made about their client.
Guest post written by Barry Woolley, a social media expert dedicated in writing articles related to social media, internet marketing, online reputation management, blogging and other internet related topics. He always wanted to share his knowledge with people interested in the same field.
May 23, 2012
When you think of negative SEO, you can’t ignore the negative or black hat techniques in it. As a matter of fact, companies adopt black hat techniques to rank well in good books of Google. But the harm this negative SEO inflicts on search experience of users. But Google is strict on this point. It is not in a mood to pardon who climb the ladder of increased ranking via spam and other unapproved techniques. Google strikes down on the sites that use strategies not listed in Google’s Webmaster guidelines.
Before assessing whether your defense system is strong against Negative SEO or not, it is important to know more about negative SEO.
Negative SEO: Ignorance is Misery and Knowledge is Bliss
It is not an exaggeration to say that knowledge about negative SEO is the only way you can stay shielded from its wrath. Purchasing links in order to increase website rankings via aiming at rival’s site is the essence of negative SEO. Even excess of reviews on the competitor’s site is done intentionally. It will look paid and the site that has these reviews will be penalized. These are just some of the tactics that are judged as negative SEO. There are other similar techniques that are intended to harm rival’s site ranking and thereby improve own.
Defense System Against Negative SEO
After you know that there are no defined tactics used for negative SEO, your task of saving your site becomes all the more difficult. A website bent on doing this kind of SEO will search about your site’s flaws and use it to its own benefits. You need to know the following things to remain safe from it:
• A reputed site that is having robust domain authority might not be affected from negative SEO techniques.
• Getting involved in negative SEO is something very dangerous. It is a better deal to stay away from it.
• Google applies some systems to assess which site has faced the wrath of negative SEO.
• There are some SEO techniques that are easy to alter and affect the rival’s site. You need to have a clear view of these techniques.
The superior defense mechanism against this foul SEO is to constantly monitor your website’s ranking. In this way, you will easily be able to spot out any sudden change in it. Google is pretty serious on cracking a whip on paid links network.
You have to be cautious about not engaging in paid links activity. If you are into purchasing links then the search engine giant will not be able to distinguish whether you have been hit by a nasty competitor or are engaged in these activities on your own. You will attract penalty in any case. This means it is better to stay away from these activities and indulge in white hat SEO.
Guest post by: Cleo is working for seo-peace. She shares knowledge on latest in the SEO field.
March 30, 2012
In January of 2012, Google announced Search Plus Your World, a major search enhancement that integrates activity from Google+ into the search results. So for example, when logged into the social network, if you type “skiing” into the field, you may see the photos you recently uploaded of yourself and friends from last year’s ski trip. While some users are finding the feature to be incredibly useful, others find it unnecessary and intrusive. Needless to say, the reception of Google+ integration in the search results has been a mixed bag of sorts.
Another Controversial Move By Google
No matter the opinion of individual users, most will at least agree that Google Plus Your World is nothing short of impressive. In the past, Google has tried to index content from its two main rivals in the social space, Facebook and Twitter, but things just didn’t work out. While both have refused to provide access to fully crawl their sites, Twitter has been the most cordial. In fact, it wasn’t long ago that we were seeing updates from the microblogging service being displayed in Google’s real-time search section. That stopped in the summer of 2011 when the two sides failed to renew their agreement.
Seeing how ugly things turned out, it was not all that surprising when Twitter came out and voiced its displeasure about Google integrating Google+ activity in the search results. In a statement made not too long after the launch of Search Plus Your World, a representative from Twitter said the update would make it harder for users to find information in the listings. This statement was presumably made because the enhancement ranks the activity from Google+ above the standard results. The other part of it relates to Twitter’s content specifically being pushed further down the page. Google didn’t seem very broken up about this as it replied by basically saying Twitter only had itself to blame.
Impact on SEO
Google’s decision to complement the search results with content from Google+ has some pretty big implications, especially from an SEO perspective. Initially, some were even concerned that Search Plus Your World could potentially spell the end of SEO. Search engine optimization will continue to be important as long as people rely on search engines to find content on the web, but the enhancement did cause some marketers to rethink their strategy. With the update in effect, more brands have come to realize that being active on Google+ could be vital to increasing their search visibility.
Due to all the fuss that has been made over Google’s Search Plus Your World, it is easy to lose sight of one of the most important components of the update, which in this case, refers to it being an optional feature. If a user wants to receive personalized results fueled by Google+, they can turn the feature on, and easily turn it off whenever they have a change of heart. This control alone probably made a lot of users happy.
Guest post by Edith Li – A freelance writer and a consultant for an online provider of email templates.
May 16, 2011
Most website owners are so worried about the off-page search engine optimization (SEO) factors such as building links and creating a great social media presence that they forget about doing the right things on their actual site. Yes, backlinks and a following are extremely important but they won’t mean much if your site isn’t up to par.
Here are some on-page SEO strategies that you should implement on your website…
Domain – With enough work you could technically get any domain ranked highly for any keyword, but you can make it much easier on yourself by choosing the right domain from the start. Getting an exact match domain (EMD) can often be incredibly helpful in ranking your site at the top of search engines. Often times EMD’s will make it to the top 10, or even #1, based on that alone.
The problem is that in most niches all the best exact match domains will already be taken, so it’s not always possible to get one. However, you should at least get one with your main keywords in it. Just add an extra letter or word at the end, or whatever fits well. Having your keywords in the domain can be very helpful for search engine rankings.
Meta Tags – Your title tag and description tag are extremely important SEO factors. Your title tag should contain your main keywords without many extra filler words, but also don’t stuff it so full that it looks ridiculous. Keep the title to around 65 characters and that includes spaces. That’s about what Google shows in the search results so you want to keep it around there.
The description tag should also contain some of your main keywords but all tell a little more about what visitors can expect from your site. This should be kept to around 150 characters (including spaces) so it has to be a quick summary. Again don’t stuff it full of keywords or it could do more harm than good. Just put them in there as naturally as possible so it still reads well and looks good.
Great Content – Your site is worthless without content and in order for it to be a site that gets natural backlinks, high rankings, and so much more, the content must be very high quality. You will often hear internet marketer’s use the line, “Content is king” and there’s a reason for that saying. This is even more true now because there was a recent update at Google that has made really good original content even more important than ever.
Also, inside your content needs to be your keywords. You should include them wherever they fit in a natural way with around 3% density or so. That means for every 100 words on your page about three of them are keywords that you are trying to rank for. Don’t try to stuff them anywhere and everywhere just for the sake of getting them in there. That tactic used to work but it stopped working years ago. Doing that can actually hurt more than it helps.
Site Map – Having a sitemap is a great way to link all the pages of your site together easily and efficiently. Doing that is important for the search engines so they can find all of your content and rank it accordingly. And it also helps human visitors navigate your site much more easily if needed.
That’s pretty much it. Of course, there are many other things than can be included or tweaked for a maximum SEO score. But if you do the things listed above correctly on your site, you will already be far ahead of most sites. Then, you can start concentrating much more on the off-page strategies.
October 10, 2010
Today is 10/10/10, and we won’t have another day as exciting as this until 11/11/11, so here’s Ten Top Ten Lists you might enjoy or learn from.
1. The 10 Social Media Metrics Your Company Should Monitor— A pretty straightforward article. Whether you agree you can (or should) calculate ROI for social media, I think few of us will disagree that keeping track of blog interactions is a good thing.
2. Top 10 Expectations of Social Media in 2010— This one is fun because it’s almost the end of the years, so you can see if they were right.
3. Top 10 SEO Myths of All Time— #8 is my favorite since I deal with this one all the time.
Client: I got a call last week from a company that guaranteed my first page ranking.
Me: For pay per click?
Client: No I’m pretty sure it wasn’t pay per click.
4. Top 10 Google SEO Ranking Factors— Of course, this assumes that Google hasn’t changed anything in the past ten months— or the past ten minutes. But it’s still a pretty good list.
5. 10 Ways to Reduce Friction in Your Purchase Process— There’s nothing more frustrating than losing a client at the shopping cart. Basics on reducing those chances.
6. Top 10 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Blog Using Linked In— LinkedIn is an untapped gold mine for many. It’s worthwhile to learn a bit more about it and use that knowledge to your advantage.
7. Top 10 Ways to Tweak Your WordPress Theme— These are easy for just about anyone to do.
8. Top 10 Social Bookmarking Plugins for WordPress— Which is your favorite? I like Get Social.
9. Top 10 Funniest Fail Blogs— Every Top 10 list needs a little levity.
10. The 10 Best Top-Ten Lists And, of course, what’s a best top 10 list without a Top 10 List of Top 10 Lists 🙂
April 29, 2010
Jill here. Obviously, George and I haven’t had time to review the entire Main Street Marketing Machines program yet because it’s HUGE! But we got an email that they’re closing the doors Friday at midnight (Pacific), so we wanted to update you on what we’ve looked at so far so that you can make a decision if you’re on the fence. Look, I like to procrastinate as much as the next person, but do not wait until the last minute if you really want to get in on this and don’t want to wait months and months until it opens again. You’ll kick yourself if you forget and don’t get signed up.
This is what we’ve discovered so far. No offense to Local Business Money Machine, which has been a complete blessing this past year and really helped us get off the ground and headed in the right direction, but this is a MUCH better program. Of course, it’s about three times as expensive, so that’s something you’ll need to take into consideration. But, especially if you’re a “newbie”, this program breaks everything down into very manageable chunks. And the videos are incredibly professional (what else would you expect from the guys at Traffic Geyser) and even entertaining.
In fact, this program is broken down so well, that I am going to try my hand at some of the technical parts of it. I’m going to create a landing page myself and see whether someone who’s technically capable but completely unpracticed can do this. I won’t get it done in time to tell you the results before the program closes, but the fact that I’m willing to even TRY is a testimony to this program. Keep in mind that when I graduated from high school, I asked that my parents give me a typewriter instead of a computer, and I usually tell people that “I eat breakfast and talk to people, and George does all the work.” Perhaps I’ll no longer be able to say that 🙂
What else have we discovered? We would have paid as much for the level of Traffic Geyser membership included as we paid for the entire Main Street Marketing program. So, even if you’re thinking about trying out Traffic Geyser, go this route instead. You’ll get not only the great video marketing training that Traffic Geyser includes but marketing materials for your new business; over 40 hours of video training by everyone from Mainstreet Marketing success stories (they really do tell you EXACTLY what they did to be successful, even role playing some of the client approach strategies they use) to Bill Glazer; planners; free report templates; fill in the blanks autoresponders… I really could go on and on.
Is this program for everyone? I would still say “no”. There are plenty of people who won’t implement the steps and won’t follow the program. If this is you (you know who you are), don’t buy this program. If you don’t like interacting with people, and you’re not willing to take on a partner who can handle the client interactions, this probably isn’t the program for you. I think, however, that it is appropriate for people with varying skill levels when it comes to internet marketing. You do need some degree of comfort with technology, in general. But if you’ve ever blogged at all or are comfortable with Facebook, then you should do fine.
Like Local Business Money machine, you’ll need some time to set aside for this. The Traffic Geyser trainings are pretty quick and easy. There are eight lessons in the Express Lane training. The longest lesson I’ve seen so far is about 15 minutes. Then there are assignments that go along with those, which I think will take a minimum of 30 minutes to a couple of hours. So, you’ll need around 15-20 hours, probably to get through those trainings. And then, of course, you’ll need to go through the Main Street Marketing steps. Plus, making the pages and acquiring your clients. In other words, don’t think you’re going to buy this and five minutes later start depositing checks in your bank account. But, really, if any of you HAVE discovered a system that works that way, you should contact George about writing for this blog because clearly you’ve found a way to make money grown on trees and a quick way to harvest it.
I do think that you should be able to get through enough training and start implementing the program and figure out whether it works within your 30 day trial. That is, of course, if you don’t wait until day 25 to get started. And that’s my recommendation to you. If you’re interested, buy the program. Work the program for the next 30 days (no excuses— just get busy). If you realize it’s not for you, there’s no way you’re going to do it, you haven’t even opened the files— for crying out loud, return the program! It’s risk free if you’ll just take that step if you aren’t using it.
So, in summary, are we abandoning Local Business Money Machine and switching to Main Street Marketing? No. We’ll do a hybrid of the two for our business model because we’re already making money with Local Business Money Machine. There is a lot of overlap in these two programs, as they both target Local Search marketing opportunities. However, there are some areas that are mentioned in less detail in Local Business Money Machine that we haven’t really pursued as much as we could have (including doing more direct marketing and, of course, video marketing). These are the areas where we’ll be using Main Street Marketing Machines. Do I think you can use Main Street Marketing Machines without Local Business Money Machine? Absolutely!! It’s a completely different model and will stand on it’s own with no problem.
So, take some time to think about it. Write down the pros and cons, where you want to be a year from now and whether your current path is going to get you there. Then, if you think this is a good match for you, buy it! I think you’ll be glad you did.
P.S. Oh, and if you have any questions about the program that you’d like answered before tomorrow, let us know. We’ll be checking comments for the next couple of days pretty regularly so that we can answer anything that will help you make a decision.
PPS. To get our Main Street Marketing Machines Bonus, please remember to use our affiliate link by clicking here. Then send an email to info @ mantywebdesigns .com with a copy of your receipt. Once we have verified that you purchased through our link we will contact you to set up a one hour phone consultation with us to answer any of your questions after you have used the program for at least 30 days. Also, we will follow that call up with an email to check on your progress.
Please, let us know if you have any questions about our Main Street Marketing Machines review.
September 22, 2009
How can you make money online using the Website Grader?
For those who haven’t used the website grader, here’s what you do…
- Go to http://www.websitegrader.com
- Fill out the form
- Press Generate Report
- Wait a few minutes
The site then creates a cool free Search Engine Optimization report for you and gives your website a grade. When I ran Can I Make Big Money Online through the website grader I got the following result:
... a website grade of 99.2/100 for www.canimakebigmoneyonline.com…
The website www.canimakebigmoneyonline.com ranks 12,076 of the 1,523,160 websites that have been ranked so far.
That means this website is very well optimized for the Search Engines.
How can this tool help you make money online?
If you get a low result you can find out why you have such a low result, and you can make changes to better optimize your site. This will help you get more traffic and, ultimately, help you make more money online.
If you would like personal help with Optimizing your site for the Search Engines then you can setup a phone consultation with me. My normal phone consulting rate is $250/hr (as seen on my Internet marketing consulting services page), but from now until October 31st, I will give Can I Make Big Money Online readers a special break on this price and I will do phone consulting with you for only $99/hr! That’s more than half off my normal price. All you need to do is send an email to info @ mantwebdesigns.com with the subject line “Make Money Online Phone Consultation”. Then we will schedule a time to talk. I am looking forward to helping you out.
PS. I am signing up for Stompernet today. While the information in the program is mostly information I know, the tools looks unbelievably useful.
June 1, 2009
Life has a funny way of forcing your hand. I’ve been playing around at this online thing for several years now and have made some decent money at it, but never really committed to it. I’ve talked about doing it full time. I’ve dreamed about doing it full time. But I haven’t been DOING it full time. Then a month ago I was laid off from my job as a JAVA developer. I spent some time putting together a resume and talking to recruiters before realizing I didn’t really want another job working for someone else. I wanted to work for myself. Full time.
So, after a series of events unfolded (which could be the focus of a later post), my wife and I decided to take the plunge and start our own business. So, I am very pleased to introduce MantyWeb Designs (www.mantywebdesigns.com), a full service web promotion and web design company. We will be specializing in helping local businesses with underperforming websites turn their websites into a valuable part of their marketing plan. I’ll be focusing on helping people increase traffic and improving conversion rates. My wife will be concentrating on sales.
While we are based in Houston, we’re available to help people all over the U.S. So, if you’re in need of assistance, contact me. You can leave all well wishes in the comment section.
May 19, 2009
Eben Pagan is releasing his new Home Study Course today, and I have special bonus for you.
Before I tell you about my bonus, let me tell you about Eben’s Home Study Course. In case you are not familiar with Eben Pagan, here’s a little background. Eben started online in 2001. He knew nothing about websites when he started, had to learn everything himself from the ground up. Less than ten years later, he dominates several niche markets, particularly in the areas of dating and relationships. This isn’t a guy with advanced degrees in Psychology, so how does he convince people that he is the go to guy to learn about human behavior and dating? In this Home Study Course, Eben reveals his secrets to becoming the guru in your niche just like he has in his.
In March of last year, Eben launched the Guru Mastermind program. A year long training and coaching program, this program was excellent. It filled up quickly, and then the doors closed. Now, Eben has repackaged the Guru Mastermind program as a Home Study Program. You get all the structured learning of the original program at a fraction of the original cost (as much as $12,000, depending on the options that were chosen).
Only you can decide whether the Guru Home Study Course is a good fit for you and for your business. But if you decide to buy through my link, I’m going to do my part to help your success through…
I get a ton of traffic from the search engines. It is highly likely that you found this blog by searching for something related to making money online. If this is your first visit to my blog, then you were probably searching for the best Eben Pagan GURU Home Study Course Bonus that you could find. Am I right?
To help you get awesome traffic from the Search Engines I am giving away the following bonus to those who buy the course from my link:
1. I will provide you with detailed link reports of web sites that you should get links from.
2. I will give you a list of keywords that you should be targeting on your site for the best traffic results.
3. I will review your website home page to give you tips on improving its on-page optimization.
4. You will get THREE Follow-up emails where I will personally answer your SEO questions.
Normally, I would charge over $500 for these services. However, I am giving them away as a free bonus to anyone who pays for (and doesn’t return) Eben Pagan’s Guru Home Study Course through my affiliate link and then sends me an email as specified below.
Here is all you have to do to get my Guru Home Study Course Bonus:
1. Click here to order.
Important Notes: Be sure that the above link is the last link you click before ordering. Otherwise your order won’t count, and I won’t be able to give you the bonus. If you ask for a refund from the course, you will not get my bonus.
2. Forward your receipt to me at info @ mantyweb .com
Use the subject line: “Eben Pagan GURU Home Study Course Bonus”
That’s all there is to it. Once your refund period expires, I will contact you about the bonus.
May 12, 2009
Andy Jenkins and the other faculty at StomperNet have just released a free “7 Deadly SEO Mistakes” course that you can sign up for by clicking here.
StomperNet has some of the most well recognized SEO experts on their faculty like Jerry West, Dan Thies, and Leslie Rohde. I just finished watching some of their free videos and it’s really good stuff. They’re sending out all kinds of unannounced video bonuses as part of this course, too.