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Hey Clyde,

Here's an easy to follow video tutorial: Hope this helps you.

Log in to your site, and then from your dashboard go to Users along the left side and click on Add New.

Thanks Eric!

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How do I add a user to my website?

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add a user to my web site

Hey Clyde,

Here's an easy to follow video tutorial: Hope this helps you.

Log in to your site, and then from your dashboard go to Users along the left side and click on Add New.

Thanks Eric!

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My wife has a wonderful blog on blogspot.com that she has worked on for six years. She has some good numbers as far as hits and followers.

Can this blog be transferred

Good question

Hey Clyde,

Doing a quick Google search for "can i export my blogspot domain name to another host" (without the quotation marks, of course) I discovered several posts offering suggestions. You might benefit by running the same search and reading through a few of these to learn what your best options might be.

Hope this helps you.

Thank You so much for taking the time to do this for me

Clyde

You can move her blog over to WA, but I honestly don't know how it would affect her following and her current traffic.

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How to move a blogspot blog to my blog on wa?

How to move a blogspot blog to my blog on wa?

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My wife has a wonderful blog on blogspot.com that she has worked on for six years. She has some good numbers as far as hits and followers.

Can this blog be transferred

Good question

Hey Clyde,

Doing a quick Google search for "can i export my blogspot domain name to another host" (without the quotation marks, of course) I discovered several posts offering suggestions. You might benefit by running the same search and reading through a few of these to learn what your best options might be.

Hope this helps you.

Thank You so much for taking the time to do this for me

Clyde

You can move her blog over to WA, but I honestly don't know how it would affect her following and her current traffic.

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I am doing some research on keywords Here are two research results

what's a keyword research tool avg=4106 traf=699 QSR=4 SEO=90

free seo keyword research tool

I'm thinking it's maybe because of the stop words "what's" & "a" in the one that looks better. I've read that stop words basically get dropped in a google search so google would pull up results for "keyword research tool", and with the second keyword being more specific with no stop words, I'm thinking that's where the higher grade comes from. Not for sure, just my first take.

OK, this is weird, we are being taught to use long tailed keyword phrases. But when we find something that looks good on the Jaaxy, they are not even using the full phrase?

OK I did this, I tried it WITHOUT the A and here are my results

what's keyword research tool avg=4106 traf=699 QSR=0 SEO=92

When you do the search minus both stop words and just do "keyword research tool" you get a completion of 333. That's probably why the lower grade. Both "what's" and "a" are stop words so it's getting a lower grade because "keyword research tool" by itself is much more competitive.

Well you'd want to find a long tail keyword that doesn't have that many stop words is all. "Free SEO keyword research tool" is a pretty decent long tail keyword and much less competitive than "keyword research tool".

So, what's the answer?

I thought I had a wonderful long tailed keyword phrase of "what's a keyword research tool" with hardly any competition. Now, when I drop the "stop words", The competition is astronomical1

Right. And you were wondering why it got the lower grade and it looks to me like that's why... I've found keywords that appear off the charts with 6 figure traffic and single digit competition, but it's misleading because of stop words so you have to factor that in. In this case, the better long tail keyword is actually "free SEO keyword research tool".

I guess, the way I will have to use Jaaxy, is to pay more attention to the SEO rating. Look at it first and then the others. I just pulled up a list of Stop words and it is humungous! I have to say it is all very misleading when you look at AVG, Traffic and QSR.

Check out this link, this is a frigging "Game Changer".

http://xpo6.com/list-of-english-stop-words/

well, you don't need to worry it too much. it's really mainly for those keywords that have crazy amounts of traffic and almost no competition. That's when my red flags go up and I realize something's probably up. But for the majority of your keywords, as long as you stick to the root words like "free SEO keyword research tool" you're good. You can always add "best" or "top" or "in 2017" as qualifiers in your title that can help when people search with those qualifiers, but you're basing your keyword research on the root :)

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Question on using jaaxy how does the seo section work on?

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I am doing some research on keywords Here are two research results

what's a keyword research tool avg=4106 traf=699 QSR=4 SEO=90

free seo keyword research tool

I'm thinking it's maybe because of the stop words "what's" & "a" in the one that looks better. I've read that stop words basically get dropped in a google search so google would pull up results for "keyword research tool", and with the second keyword being more specific with no stop words, I'm thinking that's where the higher grade comes from. Not for sure, just my first take.

OK, this is weird, we are being taught to use long tailed keyword phrases. But when we find something that looks good on the Jaaxy, they are not even using the full phrase?

OK I did this, I tried it WITHOUT the A and here are my results

what's keyword research tool avg=4106 traf=699 QSR=0 SEO=92

When you do the search minus both stop words and just do "keyword research tool" you get a completion of 333. That's probably why the lower grade. Both "what's" and "a" are stop words so it's getting a lower grade because "keyword research tool" by itself is much more competitive.

Well you'd want to find a long tail keyword that doesn't have that many stop words is all. "Free SEO keyword research tool" is a pretty decent long tail keyword and much less competitive than "keyword research tool".

So, what's the answer?

I thought I had a wonderful long tailed keyword phrase of "what's a keyword research tool" with hardly any competition. Now, when I drop the "stop words", The competition is astronomical1

Right. And you were wondering why it got the lower grade and it looks to me like that's why... I've found keywords that appear off the charts with 6 figure traffic and single digit competition, but it's misleading because of stop words so you have to factor that in. In this case, the better long tail keyword is actually "free SEO keyword research tool".

I guess, the way I will have to use Jaaxy, is to pay more attention to the SEO rating. Look at it first and then the others. I just pulled up a list of Stop words and it is humungous! I have to say it is all very misleading when you look at AVG, Traffic and QSR.

Check out this link, this is a frigging "Game Changer".

http://xpo6.com/list-of-english-stop-words/

well, you don't need to worry it too much. it's really mainly for those keywords that have crazy amounts of traffic and almost no competition. That's when my red flags go up and I realize something's probably up. But for the majority of your keywords, as long as you stick to the root words like "free SEO keyword research tool" you're good. You can always add "best" or "top" or "in 2017" as qualifiers in your title that can help when people search with those qualifiers, but you're basing your keyword research on the root :)

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I need the featured image for my opt in emails, my social media posts. But it seem too large on the top of my individual posts. What would be a good size to fit into all?

Hey Clyde,

When I was using the Facebook Thumbnail Fixer plugin, their advice was to use 600 x 315. Using that size (or that ratio) has worked fine for me.

I just followed the advice of Kenneth, works great!

A lot of times, themes set the featured image on top of posts to be a certain preset size and even if you upload a smaller pic, it will enlarge it to fit the default size it has preset. Sometimes you can add CSS code to make that preset size smaller or get rid of it completely while keeping he featured image for social sharing, etc... Each theme's coding is different so you may have to search google for forums where people customize your specific theme and ask how to reduce or relocate the featured image form the posts itself while keeping them for social media sharing.

Thanks Eric, I also had problems with my phots being too large for my mail outs. I might just take the photos off of them, although I think a photo entices them to open up the post

For emails and Facebook or social media sharing, most of the time you can use a photo around 600 x 400 or so and it'll be just fine. Not too big but still clear and readable.

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Best size for my featured image?

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I need the featured image for my opt in emails, my social media posts. But it seem too large on the top of my individual posts. What would be a good size to fit into all?

Hey Clyde,

When I was using the Facebook Thumbnail Fixer plugin, their advice was to use 600 x 315. Using that size (or that ratio) has worked fine for me.

I just followed the advice of Kenneth, works great!

A lot of times, themes set the featured image on top of posts to be a certain preset size and even if you upload a smaller pic, it will enlarge it to fit the default size it has preset. Sometimes you can add CSS code to make that preset size smaller or get rid of it completely while keeping he featured image for social sharing, etc... Each theme's coding is different so you may have to search google for forums where people customize your specific theme and ask how to reduce or relocate the featured image form the posts itself while keeping them for social media sharing.

Thanks Eric, I also had problems with my phots being too large for my mail outs. I might just take the photos off of them, although I think a photo entices them to open up the post

For emails and Facebook or social media sharing, most of the time you can use a photo around 600 x 400 or so and it'll be just fine. Not too big but still clear and readable.

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Instead of building another website at this time, I would like to go full steam ahead and add it to my existing site that I am getting decent traffic on.

When I go to th

Why couldn't you start out with some blogs about the WA and then slowing incorporate a new site along with it -- and have links between both? Wouldn't that work? I'm a newbie but that sounds to me like the best of both worlds.
~~Vicky

It does, but they will both b e separate websites with a domain name and separate Google analytics as well as trust readings and rankings....

I think you could be able to integrate it into your current travel blog pretty well actually. As you go through the bootcamp, I'd still go through all the training to make sure you don't miss out on anything, but you wouldn't need to do any of the initial tasks of building out 3 pages and an About Me since you already have those things. So in this way you'll be able to progress through the boot camp and check off all the tasks you've already done and move ahead.

When it asks to do posts using good keywords, and reviews and so forth, those are the tasks you'll definitely want to complete. Those will be good opportunities to write posts into your existing site where you start integrating WA and introducing it as the plan to continue with your travels. In this way, your readers who have been following your blog don't see it as a complete change of direction, but instead see it as going hand in hand with your travels.

You could write a WA review pretty easily in this way, and by introducing it as your plan, it's a smooth transition. Does that make sense? Seeing as how you have a pretty steady following already, I think it would work hand in hand and you won't have to worry about running 2 sites.

Thank You Sensei!

I will continue on what I am doing. I got my first "referral" today. We shall see where that leads

Clyde

Well look at you! Damn that's awesome!

I think it should be fully dedicated in a site of it's own to focus on the one main idea of driving affiliate money!

Is it related to the make money/build website niche?. If not, it's best to make a new site

Hmmmmm,

My current website is Travel the World House Sitting.

I thought it would be related as to reach people living around the world looking for extra income.

Thoughts?

How to make money while traveling could be a section on your site I guess. I just don't think internet marketing product reviews and such would fit in with the site. Just my opinion tho

Thanks Josh,
I think I will put up a few posts on my existing site but wait until time to build my WA Affiliate site.

Your thoughts have been a great help

Clyde

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Instead of building another website at this time, I would like to go full steam ahead and add it to my existing site that I am getting decent traffic on.

When I go to th

Why couldn't you start out with some blogs about the WA and then slowing incorporate a new site along with it -- and have links between both? Wouldn't that work? I'm a newbie but that sounds to me like the best of both worlds.
~~Vicky

It does, but they will both b e separate websites with a domain name and separate Google analytics as well as trust readings and rankings....

I think you could be able to integrate it into your current travel blog pretty well actually. As you go through the bootcamp, I'd still go through all the training to make sure you don't miss out on anything, but you wouldn't need to do any of the initial tasks of building out 3 pages and an About Me since you already have those things. So in this way you'll be able to progress through the boot camp and check off all the tasks you've already done and move ahead.

When it asks to do posts using good keywords, and reviews and so forth, those are the tasks you'll definitely want to complete. Those will be good opportunities to write posts into your existing site where you start integrating WA and introducing it as the plan to continue with your travels. In this way, your readers who have been following your blog don't see it as a complete change of direction, but instead see it as going hand in hand with your travels.

You could write a WA review pretty easily in this way, and by introducing it as your plan, it's a smooth transition. Does that make sense? Seeing as how you have a pretty steady following already, I think it would work hand in hand and you won't have to worry about running 2 sites.

Thank You Sensei!

I will continue on what I am doing. I got my first "referral" today. We shall see where that leads

Clyde

Well look at you! Damn that's awesome!

I think it should be fully dedicated in a site of it's own to focus on the one main idea of driving affiliate money!

Is it related to the make money/build website niche?. If not, it's best to make a new site

Hmmmmm,

My current website is Travel the World House Sitting.

I thought it would be related as to reach people living around the world looking for extra income.

Thoughts?

How to make money while traveling could be a section on your site I guess. I just don't think internet marketing product reviews and such would fit in with the site. Just my opinion tho

Thanks Josh,
I think I will put up a few posts on my existing site but wait until time to build my WA Affiliate site.

Your thoughts have been a great help

Clyde

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