Posts by StevenEsser 101
WOW! Time sure flies! (or was it because my last report was only a week ago?).We got through September somehow and landed already in October. October is in full swing and we got some results to report on the past month and goals to set for the next. For September we had the following goals set:Cat Habits2 blogs a week, 1500 avg w.c.Write more product reviews and comparisonsStart writing an email sequenceMake an overview of what ranks and what doesn'tI did have some problems here and there follo
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Ever since the stone age (probably even longer before that) we humans communicated with each other to exchange experiences, learn from each other and improve ourselves. From talking with the members or leaders of other "tribes" we gain value that we can use in our own survival. The idea of a community or meetup is that you can exchange these experiences and values between the members, instead of just listening to one person speaking towards an audience. The community members will get more value
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Being completely consumed by the nice weather in the Summer as well as a new thing in my life, I totally "forgot" to produce status reports for the months May, June, July and August. There isn't much going on in the GGG courses section of BoTipton as far as I can tell. It doesn't matter, I have way too much to do anyway. I was on unemployment benefit for quite a while already so now I was offered a job recently and had to start working a normal worklife again. What a change that was!I am making
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Not so long ago somewhere in the beginning of August there has been a Google Search Engine Update that has caused a lot of sites to gain or drop in rank in the search engines. My belief on this is though that those ranks will normalize themselves over some time. What are Google Search Engine Updates?Google updates their search engine in two ways. There are algorithm updates and Google Core Algorithm updates. The algorithm updates are minor changes to the way stuff is going to be ranked and sele
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July 25, 2018
Hi guys,I thought I should tip you all on the Google Analytics Academy. It is a place where you can follow through a free course by Google on their Analytics platform. They have a beginner course and an advanced course for the more advanced user. I am currently going through them all and see if I can pick up anything new. I definitely want to work more with things like goal settings. I already learned new things, such as adding different views and copying filters between views. Interesting stuf
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Maybe it is just me, but I feel that many of us are on holidays. It just feels silent. Maybe it is just because the weather in Europe is so extremely good. It is really hot, even in Norway. This picture was taken from a trip we made last weekend. This is a lake in the mountains of quite the size. Couple of kilometers in length. Even this huge lake has sunken by a meter and a half in height. That must be a lot of millions of liters of water if I am right. The draught is bad for the land here in
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To clearly communicate with our audience, we should try to prevent to confuse our reader with nonsense that doesn't matter and be clear about what we want them to do. Therefore if you want to be succesful, every website or review should pass the grunt test. What is the Grunt Test?If I take a laptop and open your website /review / landing page etc and took it to a caveman, it should be easy for the caveman to understand the answer on the following three questions:What DoYou Offer?How Will it Mak
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I had troubles getting enough page likes and a following on Facebook. My wife is active on Twitter and I am actively writing good content for the site. We get organic traffic but we wanted to create a community that could help in creating the engagement on the site. That's why we started to use some money to get more page likes on Facebook. Not just some page likes for 5 bucks at fiverr, because that wouldn't make much sense. It is not the page likes that is important in this, but the engaging
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While cleaning email in my big email account that had received well over 20.000 emails, I suddenly figured out that about 6 days ago I had received a Jaaxy Trial referral. Unfortunately not a sale, but well its a start and a big surprise. Although it technically could be one of my friends that has created an account, because I linked to him recently about it, it can just as well be a review of my bootcamp site, but the beginning is there at least. A nice surprise on a Sunday morning.
While cleaning email in my big email account that had received well over 20.000 emails, I suddenly figured out that about 6 days ago I had received a Jaaxy Trial referral. Unfortunately not a sale, but well its a start and a big surprise. Although it technically could be one of my friends that has created an account, because I linked to him recently about it, it can just as well be a review of my bootcamp site, but the beginning is there at least. A nice surprise on a Sunday morning.
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