Posts by Telemarktom 9
Hey folks,Where do we send our little suggestions to improve WA?For example, with our welcome messages for referrals, I think it would be great to have 2 different messages for yearly subscriptions - one for brand new members such as people signing up during Black Friday (a longer welcome email), and a much shorter one for people who are already monthly subscribers.Just a thought! Cheers,Tommy.
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November 13, 2017
It's good to be back home after a few weeks seeing the family in Sydney.Unfortunately I didn't find the time to be on WA over the last few weeks, but I'm looking forward to a big push now through to Christmas.I'm hoping to get a lot done on my new site and get it to a stage where I can start running some AdWords campaigns.Time to get cracking! All the best.
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Every year I travel from Europe to Sydney and back again 4 times, I'm off again on Friday. I'm very proud to have made it this far on my quest for freedom.I absolutely love it, and deep down I kinda wish I could be a digital nomad. But my backpacker days are over, I've got a farm, a beautiful Norwegian wife and a 4 year old that is my whole world. I also miss my dog too much if I stay down under for too long.I know a lot of people are trying to find the freedom that comes from working online fu
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I talk a lot about mindset because I believe it is the primary determinant of success online.When you commit to do something for someone, it typically gets done. Being a man of your word is one of the most important traits to live up to, and so there is a real power in telling someone that a specific task will be done by a certain time.This is just as important online, especially if you are working for yourself.Pick out your most important tasks and commit that it will be done with your partner
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October 02, 2017
In the Bootcamp P3 L3, Kyle talks about how important it is to write socially engaging, as if you are having a conversation with someone. Keep it light, interesting and fun.After coming out of the corporate world, it is so refreshing to be able to add a bit of personality to my writing, I love the idea of writing with no one looking over my shoulder.I don't need to worry about getting in trouble for a light hearted joke. I can be myself and write with a little edge of cheekiness, without being
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September 26, 2017
It is so easy to get distracted when trying to build a website. Over the years I have come to realise that productivity is king.After I started implementing Robin Sharma's 90:90:1 principle my productivity went through the roof, it was a total game changer.Quite simply, the idea is to spend the first 90 minutes of your day working on the #1 most important task that will super-charge your productivity. Do this for 90 days and you will leave your competition for dead.For me, the most important th
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When I start a new website, I assign it a budget of $100 a month.In my first month, I normally buy a $20 logo, a $30 premium WordPress theme and $50 for help implementing things I can't do in 10 minutes. As I'm still finding my feet here at Wealthy Affiliate, I decided to include my WA premium membership in the budget of the first website I am developing here on the platform.Having a budget of $100 opens the mind to the idea of jumping over roadblocks by paying for help. It also gives you a nat
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For the first time in my life working online full-time, I hit the big time with an important keyword going #1 on Google search: both 'price of solar battery', and also 'price of solar batteries':https://solaray.com.au/how-muc...This sent our website traffic through the roof, and shows the power of proper SEO research, which I learnt here in the WA training.I'm just using the Wealthy Affiliate Keyword Tool for now rather than Jaaxy, and it is working wonders for me.Here's to many more keywords g
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I once spent all summer developing a destination website with around 200 pages.The biggest risk about taking on a big project is that if your idea isn't great, you can waste an incredible amount of time and effort on something that doesn't take off.In this case, I had accidently set up my website to directly compete with the big boys in town, including all the hotel booking engines. My website's keywords were super competitive, and my content wasn't original or opinionated. There were dozens of
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