Affiliate Marketing is one of the ways bloggers make money blogging. It’s simply about recommending products, generating sales and earning commissions.
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We all like to fiddle with our sites. Change a few settings, try a few new plugins, maybe see if we can make the site a tad faster with a line of code we found on a random website. Nothing wrong with that – curiosity leads to learning.
But at the same time, if the site is live, visitors are on it, and we don’t have a backup or any other way to undo the changes when things go south that fiddling can be quite dangerous.
It’s new year and I’m excited to be here again to feature another problogger, someone with something for you. Someone with some solid material to help you pin to profit.
This is our first featured blogger post of the year and trust me, I have a long list of awesome persons. The reason I’m doing this is to give you the opportunity to connect with yet another savvy blogger.
Don’t just read or skim this article. Treat is as a business piece. Read carefully, contact the blogger featured and engage.
It’s a month today since I bought and have been using the tips taught in this Pinterest course and so far, the results have been amazing.
Pinterest seems to be driving more traffic than Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. However, this depends on the measure of effort you put in on each platform.
From my personal observations, Pinterest is designed to drive traffic. Facebook on the other hand is designed for social engagement on the platform and that’s same with Twitter.
Folks on Pinterest are more likely to click your links than on other platforms. I’m not talking about paid ads. I’m referring to the exposure you get from your followers and followers of your followers.
From all indications, videos are gradually becoming the leading channel in the content market.
At the same time, the technology is multifaceted and the different video formats make it somewhat embarrassing and confusing.
Before you can figure out which format is best to publish videos on a blog, you need to first know how the video will be published. As you’re probably aware there are several methods that can be used to publish videos on a blog, and each will require you to select a format in a different way.
Brands only have 8 seconds to capture an audience’s attention through video. This is according to the New York Times, who stated that 8 seconds is the average length of an online user’s attention span.
As a brand, you may be thinking that 8 seconds is nowhere near enough time to communicate your message and sell your products or services effectively.