Success? Looks Like My Old Website is the Most Successful
It's been enough to make my head spin - the last few months. I've been working on IM, and the tools, resources, articles, websites -- and making slow progress. My IM site (successfulinternetmarketingtools.com) is now rated good to very good in the optimizer search engines, but not showing a Google Page Rank yet. Have written about a half dozen articles in the last month and "Why My Internet Marketing Was Too Much Like My Early Skiing," is the one that has the most views (17) has a click rate of 11.8%. Another, "What I learned About Internet Marketing in a Fishing Store," has 14.3%. I'll see how those develop over the rest of this month and next, and add to them.
A few weeks ago, I started looking back at my consulting website I developed earlier in 2010, focused on resources for nonprofits. I think it's getting to be really successful and would like your input.
The website, nonprofitsonline.net has a Google Page Rank of 4.
EZine article on Organizational Development had about 650 hits over a few months and a click rate of 2.2%. Another Ezine article, on Fund Raising had 85 visits and an 11.8% click rate. About 10% of those people clicked my URL. I didn't have mechanisms to catch visitors then, but I've changed that.
What am I learning?
Seems like the "old" site still has a lot of life left in her, and I need to monetize it, build a strong opt in and bonus structure. I've set up the AWeber in that website, and am creating a Fund Raising Plan Summary as a bonus. Then, I need to put together materials I've developed over the years into better ebook packages.
What do you think? I'd welcome any comments or suggestions.