People around the world type hundreds of millions of queries into search engines and don’t pay a dime, but the search industry takes that free into expensive gold value. Search engines do this by asking companies if they want to pay for their targeted audience.
Here is how this works.
Businesses enroll in a search engine’s advertising program and creates Pay-Per-Click ads that are driven by keywords. They choose words or phrases that are relevant to their business. A custom boot dealer in Dallas, Texas might use the keywords “custom boots in dallas”. This ad will pop up when entered those words and the boot dealer does not pay unless the customer clicks on that ad. When clicked the boot dealer pays even if the customer doesn’t buy anything.
For a higher place in the Pay-Per-Click ads the businesses bid until the highest wins and that business gets to go first in the advertising section of the search-engine.
This is a revolution in marketing because if someone needs to sell something fast they can just quickly set up a Pay-Per-Click account and market their business in minutes!
14 Ways To Create Strong Keywords
1.Think of something you want to write about
2.Go to KeywordSpy.com and find out the most popular keywords for your idea you want to write about
3.Calculate the return potential
4.Choose the best keywords you can
5.Read popular magazines and newspapers for fantastic keywords
6.Create an eBook on your topic–full of great keywords you have chosen
7.Buy your own domain name and hosting
8.Create or get someone to create a simple website
9.Hook it to a shopping cart and merchant processor
10.Publish your website
11.Buy Pay-Per-Click advertising from different search engines
12.Launch you marketing campaign with the keywords you have bought
13.Tell your friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter to visit your website
14.Watch you increase in bank deposits
Affiliate Marketing is basically you selling someone else’s product. There are many different ways of making money with affiliate marketing and in this post were going to go over the most common ones and other surprises along the way to get you the best information on the internet.
There are many different affiliate programs that offer many different rewards and many different ways of affiliate marketing. We are going to start with PPC, which is Pay Per Click. The top PPC affiliate program is by far Google Adsense.
Google Adsense has been around since June 18th, 2003 as it’s initial release. Many bloggers use Google Adsense on their blog because they make the most money from PPC programs. Some bloggers make nearly $400 a day on Google Adsense while others make about $10. In this post I’m going to show you exactly how to make more money with Google Adsense and not be stuck with the bloggers that make that $10 a day or less. Well, I know you don’t want to wait to learn so let me tell you.
How many unique visitors do you get a day? Most bloggers tend to get under 500 visits a day which is the main reason most bloggers don’t make as much money with Google Adsense so let me tell you how to break that 500 visits a day and get 3,000+ unique visitors every single day.
The first way to get more traffic to your blog and make more money with your Adsense ads is to find out what keywords your targeted audience uses and spread those keywords throughout your posts, but don’t overuse those keywords throughout your blog because the Google Spider will come by and give your blog a lower page rank (Google PR). A good way to not overuse these keywords is to write a lot of content on them. This will get the Google Spider to look at the content more than the keywords.
The next way to get a lot more traffic to your blog is to start building links from forums, article directories, social bookmarking sites, e-mail marketing, commenting on blogs with the same niche as you, etc. Building links is great to do because your blog name gets recognized well if you work on it hard enough. A great link building site that I use is LinkReferral.com. LinkReferral.com has over 300,000 members which doesn’t sound a lot, but if you think about it the members are more unique visitors that are on link referral every day. You can also very good relationships with the members of link referral.
Another way is to video market your blog or product. Video marketing is a great way to get unique visitors to your blog and sell your product. YouTube is a great place to promote your videos, but to make money you have to promote the videos with the products your trying to sell. Most affiliates make money by doing this.
Also, guest blogging on blogs with the same niche as you is great because you get a nice sum of unique visitors to your site and recognition from the blog you posted on. The higher the PR for the blog the better because you will rank higher in Google.
The last way to get the quality traffic for your blog is to advertise it with Google Adwords, newspapers, word of mouth, etc. Advertising might sometimes not be so cheap but you will definitely get some sales to balance those costs and make a big profit.
1.Pay-Per-Sale.When an advertiser pays a publisher each time a customer buys the advertisers product.
2.Pay-Per-Click.Out of all the terms in this list,pay-per-click (PPC) is the one you will hear about the most.The advertiser pays the publisher every time a customer clicks on the advertisers link or ad-whether the customer buys the product or not.
3.Pay-Per-Lead.An advertiser pays the publisher for every customer/visitor who signs up as a lead,normally by filling out a form or creating an account with the advertisers site.
4.Pay-Per-Call.The advertiser pay the publisher every time a customer places a call by clicking on the advertisements link.
5.Pay-Per-Post.A site that you may of heard of called payperpost.com created an amazing concept.An advertiser looks for publishers that have a specific niche that refers to their product,service,etc.The advertiser then suggests a price to the publisher to put the post about their product or service on their blog or website.If the publisher accepts he/she would have to show the advertiser the post the publisher has wrote.Then the publisher gets paid the amount that he/she accepted from the advertiser.
6.Pay-Per-Impression.This option is used for internet-marketing campaigns and is normally based on cost per 1000 impressions (CMP).The advertiser pays how many times their ad or link shows on the publishers page.The publisher gets paid whether or nit the customer clicks the ad or link.
7.Pay-Per-Time.The advertiser pays the publisher the amount of time someone is on the website.Of course the advertiser’s ad is on the page and that is what he/she is paying for.Gaming and web conference sites use this more than any other site because people spend hours of time playing games and they become addicted.For web conferencing sites this is also a concept because a visitor can be listening to a conference at least for ten minutes to three hours depending on the conference.Pay-per-impression is usually paired with this because it depends on the number of times the advertisers ad pops up on the site.Some pay-per-time contracts require a minimum number of impressions.
8.Pay-Per-Download.The advertiser pays the publisher a commission every time the content is downloaded.This can be from games,software,word document,you name it.
9.Pay-Per-Install.The advertiser pays the publisher a commission when a customer installs a “trial” for an example for a product.Then after the installment a fee is paid to the publisher.
10.Pay-Per-Read.This concept if normally used with e-mails.When a customer opens the advertisers e-mail you get paid.You can get paid even more if the customer goes to the advertisers actual website and buys or tries the advertisers software or system.
11.Pay-Per-Subscription.The advertiser pays the publisher when a customer buys a subscription to their magazine,newsletter,website,or any free-based content.The product being bought can be used online or offline.The subscription can also be a onetime purchase or multiple time purchase.
12.Pay-Per-Inclusion.This method is typically based by search engines to have a company’s URL included in their search engine.Some websites especially online directory’s,offer the customer to pay for their company to be put on a website with their company information including address,e-mail,contact,website,etc.
13.Pay-Per-Placement.Firms need stories,video,audio,photos,and other digital assets placed on other websites to get more distribution.Some public relations firms are finding out hat they can charge the client in this manner.If the firm gets the clients content placed on another website,they are paid for their work.If they do not,the make nothing.
14.Pay-Per-PR.This method is similar to pay-per-placement but it is a payment system used by some public relations firms to get your business.The firms only charge you if they get the publicity you seek.
15.Pay-Per-Link.As I have told you inbound and outbound links are a major source of traffic to your website.There are a ton of firms that will charge you to help add links to your site from another site or another site to your site.It definitely helps build your traffic to your site and the more links pointing to your site the higher rankings you have with search engines.
16.Pay-Per-Play.This method is used by gamers that charge a user that plays the publishers game.
17.Pay-Per-View.Most of us know that this is a form when you want to buy a program for a special event like boxing.This is also used online by publishers charging advertisers when they publish their story or video online.
18.Pay-Per-Tweet.Using twitter advertisers tell the publishers to post about their product in a good way.The publisher is normally pretty famous and has tons of followers (20,000+).The publisher gets paid every time he/she publishes a tweet about the advertisers product.]]>
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I don’t know if you heard of WebsiteBabble.com but it was created by Lisa Irby. You might recognize her YouTube name, Lisa3876. All of her videos combined reach just under 10,000,000 views with just under 50,000 subscribers to her channel!
Over the years she has created a blog, 2CreateAWebsite.com, and of course her very successful online forum, WebsiteBabble.com. WebsiteBabble is a great forum if you are a blogger, affiliate marketer, online business owner, etc. because the content that is on this forum are getting traffic to your website, making money with PPC,CPV,etc., coding for HTML and CSS websites,etcc. There are so many topics to choose from to learn about and if you are one of those computer wizards feel free to start your own topic.
I signed up to Website Babble recently while I was on Lisa’s blog where she explained about it. She convinced me to sign-up, and boy, this is the best forum I have ever signed up to. There are so many members on the site who you could link exchange with and actually make business with.
Anyways,WebsiteBabble.com is a great forum and you should sign-up for it if you want to learn about succeeding on the internet or if you just want to teach people how to succeed on the net.
I don’t know if you heard of Google Panda but you and I should be extremely upset about it. Basically what google panda is, is it ranks high-quality websites higher and less-quality websites lower. This is B.S. because blogs that are starting now have to work even harder to reach the top. On the other hand blogs that generate higher traffic and have a PageRank (PR) of 3 or higher do nothing at all and get higher rankings.
There has been multiple complaints about this and Google just keeps quiet. They should at least come out and say “Look,we are sorry and we will slowly start shutting Google Panda down”, but no the didn’t.
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Many people who start a blog think that they can get quality traffic within a week from just posting content. But they’re wrong. When those people find out they aren’t getting any traffic (about a month) they go to companies that get them backlinks to their blog to rank higher in search engines, normally Google. Some people still do this because they don’t think before they buy.
Some years ago when there weren’t as many websites on the net buying backlinks actually worked, but now there are so many blogs and websites that have similar topics that backlinks are slim to worthless. People are now starting to understand after they bought the backlinks that it barely affects their traffic.
So now they do other things like buying traffic which works now. For an example they host PPC campaigns to their targeted audience to get traffic. Like I said this works now and probably for another 4, 5 years, but marketing tactics go away here and there, just backlinks stopped working overnight.
So now there are new ways to market your blog, product, or service which is doing keyword searches for your posts, building links from sites like social networks and online directories, and video marketing! Video marketing is becoming a big viral success if you would promote your products/services on YouTube by making a short, interesting video that people would find slightly entertaining, so they would keep watching.
Also, another great way to get people coming back to your blog is to not make any speling mistakes, like I just did because the audience gets turned down by that, so then they wouldn’t buy your product and probably leave your site.
Lastly, putting in spaces after your commas and punctuation. Just a little tip I thought would be good. This tip was shared by one of my commenters, Steve.]]>
Google Analytics is traffic tracker where Google can find out how many visitors come to your blog every day,where they come from,and how often they visit you.You can download Google Analytics by clicking here.
I started using Google Analytics to see how many new people came to my blog,www.bradleyiscool.com everyday.Now I use practically every aspect of it.
But if you already have a traffic tracker that is fine.I just wanted to show you something that use and really works.
To make more money with Google Adsense you need to consider where to place your ads,the type of ad,etc.Placing your ads in the right location is very important because if the ad is not in the right location,people will not be able to see them which means they won’t click them which means you won’t get paid.If you do not have a heat map of your blog be sure to get one.This will show where the best location for your ad should be to receive the most clicks.Normally,the best location is just above the main content.
There are many different sizes of ads that Google Adsense offers you,but the ones that make you the most money are 160×600 (skyscraper),728×90 (leaderboard),300×250 (medium rectangle),and 336×280 (large rectangle).These four ad sizes are placed all around a blog or website.
The skyscraper normally goes on the mid left and right sides of the site.My two skyscrapers are on the mid right side as you can see if you scroll down.
The leaderboard ad normally goes in the header of the site.Being a long and slim ad,in the header is the best location because most visitors view the header before anything else when entering a sit.
The medium rectangle is a great ad to put at either the beginning or end of a longer post (600 words or more).If you put the ad in a post with less than 500 words the site would look to tacky with all the ads in one section.Many visitors leave a site because of too many ads.
The large rectangle I put as an alternative of three 125×125 button ads.The viewer is more likely to click on a bigger ad then 1/3 125×125 ads.
If you have a Google Adsense account you already know how flexible it is to design your own ads and create your own channels,where you can accept placement advertisers.What are placement advertisers?Placement advertisers are the big guys who come in and out bid all of the contextual advertisers and say I want to have my ad on www.BradleyIsCool.com.
What are the Google Ad Types?There are 3 different types of ads you can have;1.Text ads only 2.Text and Image ads 3.Image/rich media only.Depending on where you put these ads depends on the money you will make on them.For an example if you do videos on your blog a medium rectangle ad with text ads only would work.For a skyscraper on the mid left or right of the site image/rich media only would work for this ad.
What is a Google Adsense Channel?A channel is basically a set of ads on your blog or website that if you check the box,placement advertisers can view your blog and may be convinced to put their ad on your website.
Heres an example of the medium rectangle next to one of my videos: