Posts by Bryonbrewer 91
It's been a while since my last post, so I thought I'd share some experiences that a lot of people might be interested in, but not have much experience with themselves.I'm going to cover buying and selling "established" websites in this post. My definition of an established website is something that is already getting traffic, and already making some consistent money.It doesn't really matter if that site is making $50, $100, $1,000 or even $10,000 per month, my definition is quite broad!Anyway,
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September 04, 2018
So August 2018 was my sixth year at WA, and I decided it'd be good to write a post about it.It's going to be really hard to write this post without using "Time Flies", so I'll just put it in the first sentence to get it out of the way.Time really does move quickly though.When I first started, I never would have thought I'd stick around for six years. I didn't exactly expect to quit either, it's just that six years it's such a long time, it doesn't enter your imagination.In reality though, it go
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I've blogged a few times before about having a team, but I wanted to share some more info about what it's like.I know that the majority of people here are just starting out, and you may find it hard to relate to this kind of post, so I apologize for that.However, when my business was growing to the point where I did need to start hiring people, I found there wasn't really much information at WA, since it's so beginner-centric.So hopefully, when some of you reading this DO reach this point, this
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"The reason you're here", he told me, "Is because you've helped enough people to get here...and the reason they're not here, is because they haven't helped enough people yet. Your job is to inspire them and to show them how to help more people."I know what you're thinking..."Who was saying that? And why? And why did you start this post halfway throuh a conversation?"Well I did that because I thought it'd be cool. But let's go back to the beginning and meander our way to the point of this post.L
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Hey all,After my last post about the KGR keyword method, I had a few questions that made me realize I should probably talk about manual analysis of competition as well.Now, I'm going to preface this post by saying that getting really good at manual analysis just takes practice and experience. It's the kind of thing where the experienced folks can look at the SERPS (search engine results pages) and say "Oh yeah that's a tough keyword" while beginners are left scratching their heads thinking "But
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Over the past year or so, I've been talking a lot on my blog (not my WA one in case you go looking for it) about KGR keywords, or "Keyword Golden Ratio" keywords. I also interviewed Doug Cunnington a couple of times on my podcast, and he's the one who introduced it to us.Since then, a lot of my customers and audience members have had some success with KGR keywords, and I have also with my own sites.Before I go into details on how KGR keywords work and how they're different from the Jaaxy method
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When I joined WA in August 2012, I was looking for a way to make money online, like everyone else who has walked (surfed?) through WA's doors before, and since that fateful day.I raced through what was then a 10-day trial, and signed up for premium straight away.I was full of hope, and dreams, and a ton of excitement, but in the back of my mind there was always doubt.The doubt wasn't that internet marketing worked.The doubt wasn't that WA could teach me.The doubt was that I myself would be able
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Hey everyone, today I wanted to do a post on Display Ads. I don't use Display Ads on all my sites, but some of them I do, and for beginners, I think there are a lot of you out there wondering if you should use these ads at all.Short answer: Yes, go for it! I recommend Google AdSense in early days of your site, and then Mediavine.com once you hit 25,000 unique sessions per month.This is a great way to make money from your informational content; also, since most display ad networks will pay per 1
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Hey,Quick tip for you all today.A lot of people recommend using Webmaster Tools (or Google Search Console) "Fetch as Google" when they want to speed up getting their site or article indexed.I've never been a fan of doing this, because it's not what Fetch as Google is supposed to be used for, and that's why there's a limit on how many times you can do it.Instead, you should use Google.com/addurl First of all, it's what you're supposed to use, and second of all, it's so much faster.I've had new s
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November 09, 2017
If you know me, you’ll be aware that I’ve got a pretty large team of freelancers under me, and that I tend to outsource a lot of things to them.Over the years, I built up this team and gradually outsourced more and more, and found ways to systematize outsourcing. It’s not easy to just find a freelancer and give them tasks and hope for the best, so it took me a long time to learn the right way to do it.Being able to pay for other people’s work is vital to scaling. Instead
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