There's something that's becoming clear to me - a lot of people know about the "best of strategy." It's getting harder and harder to rank for these terms and it's going to take more effort to do so. It's going to take more and more words to rank for the more competitive keywords.Does this mean to quit on them? Nope.In fact, I'd like to share a strategy I've come up with that's profitable and will help you rank for best of posts. I like to call it the special feature strategy. Here's how I came
Hey, just wanted to give everyone an update. A month ago I was curious what my site was worth. If I put it up for sale I thought I would get around $25,000 but to my surprise it got evaluated at $40,000. Empire Flippers waived the $300 listing fee and the site sold very quickly.$40,000 was just too much to pass up on at the moment so I took it. This gives me breathing room and a good amount of money to invest in future websites. I already have my next major niche selected and I have 1 smaller,
Hey, just wanted to provide a little update. I wanted to test if my recent ranking struggles were from the keywords I was targeting or if something has changed in Google. I targeted a best of list that I should have easily ranked for (compared to what I'm already ranking for it should have been guaranteed page 1 or 2). However, I got indexed on page 8, which is so far back for what it should be.My guess is Google is targeting new sites and new content that targets best of lists. It may only be
Hey, just wanted to give an upadte since a bunch of people follow some of the trainings I've put up. Basically everything I've written since December 15th isn't even close to page 1. There's 1 new post out of 15 since then that is on page 1 and all the rest is on page 5 to 10, with most actually towards 10. All my content prior to that date is still on page 1. Google might be up to something. There was an update in mid December which you can read about here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/
I usually highlight the positive aspects about affiliate marketing and want to talk about the not so positive things. If you've been doing this long enough you'll have run into a few of these problems and I just want you to know you're not alone. 1) It can take a while for your content to get indexed: This is especially true when you're just starting out but is true even after you're site has been around a while. My site is nearly a year old and it can still take a few weeks for my content to s
Every once in a while you get a big sale and today was my biggest yet - it was for $3000. In the last 14 months I've made 12 sales that were $1000 or more.I wouldn't make every post about products that cost over $1000 but it's worth it to sprinkle them in from time time. Maybe 1 out of every 10. You won't hit on them everyday but when you do it feels very good.
I'm looking to branch out and dropshipping seems pretty interesting. Does anybody have any experience with it and suggestions? I bought a $10 course on Udemy and went through it. I understand all the concepts and just want to know if anyone has any success with it.
Hey, like I said last week I think it's important to see success in order to be successful. This week I want to show you the type of website everyone should be working towards and one that you could compete against.Website: https://www.thesleepjudge.com/Age: 2 years 7 monthsTraffic: My guess for revenue: Probably $30,000+ per monthIf you take a look at the website you'll see that it's mainly just best of posts and a fairly active blog (maybe they post a non affiliate piece of content once or tw
I personally think to be successful you have to see success. A huge turning point for me was when I started studying niche websites that were doing well. You start to notice trends in terms of keyword selection and other factors like word count.I thought maybe once a week or two I'd go over in depth a website that's doing well so you can get ideas for your own sites.This week I'd like to share a website I found a while ago that's doing very well and is one that you could beat if you decided to
I personally don't share my website with too many people because I don't want to create any unnecessary competition. I share all my strategies and if I showed my website you could easily just take what I do. It took me a while to come up with this strategy and to find keywords and write, so I'm a little protective.However, I'd like to share a website that perfectly sums up my strategy and one that you can study.to get some ideas from.Here's it is: https://www.techgearlab.com/Here's some stats a