Good Enough: The Enemy of Amazing
Last Updated: April 15, 2013
It's been a while since I've been here, but maybe some of you will remember me! :)In case you're curious, I've been pretty busy over the last 6 months - not only with the holidays and starting a new job, but I've been busy caring for an adorable tiny new addition to our family - so proud to have 2 adorable sons!Between all of these things, I haven't had much time to work on affiliate marketing, despite my wanting to.But that made me think. Is it REALLY that I haven't
The Next Five Days
Last Updated: August 22, 2012
In case any of you are wondering, the last month or so has been a pretty busy one for me with summer and all - keeping up with family, travel, various events, and such - all of which, unfortunately, have stolen me away from WA and affiliate marketing (can you tell I'm not big-time enough yet to phone in to someone to check on my campaigns remotely? :P)Not to mention in there, I managed to get laid off at my full-time job as well - which actually ended up being a good thing as I think I can f
Question: How much time do you spend on Internet Marketing per day?
Last Updated: July 8, 2012
Just a simple question really - how many hours would you spend on Internet Marketing (actually doing work like writing articles, setting up websites, blogging, linking, producing videos, marketing, etc) per day?And also, how successful would you say you are at generating the income or other results you're looking for?I'm curious to find out if there's any threshold at which many people find success more quickly and easily. I'm considering whether or not to put more energy and eff
Boing...Boing... Bounce Rate!
Last Updated: July 7, 2012
Lookin' at my Google Analytics just now for one of my sites, I noticed what seemed to be somewhat of a high bounce rate (to me).(If you're not familiar with the term 'bounce rate' - it's simply a measure of what % of your visitors leave your site immediately after viewing only one page. Generally, a low bounce rate is good because it means your content is 'sticky' and has value for your visitor such that they wanted to stay on your site longer & view more pages).Howev
Writing so people will buy your stuff
Last Updated: July 4, 2012
I ran across this the other day online looking for copywriting tips for my physical product site, and thought it was helpful enough I'd share it here as well.The article is by Peep Laja over at ConversionXL, and while I don't agree necessarily with everything he has to say, he does have some compelling points on how ecommerce, marketing, conversion, and persuasion work.He has a lot of cut & dry points to the article, which can be used to make your website presentation and copy much more