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SEOClerks or Fiverr?

If you have already looked for SEO jobs, probably you found those websites (SEOClerks and Fiverr). Well, if you ar looking for microjobs to earn money, so you should sign up both them and try to sell your services.

But, if you need someone to do a small job, so you need analyse very well both them! That’s why some marketers use a “gig arbitrage” process, that’s, they sell SEOClerks gigs and later pay other people to do it in Fiverr (for smaller prices, of course), In order words, if you hire those services from original workers, you’ll can pay less.

But, finding good and trustful workers can not be an easy mission. Likely, you’ll need hire two or three workers to do similar tasks to decide about one of them – but don’t worry, because if you hire them in Fiverr, you’ll be paying only $5 for each task, and if you hire them in SEOClerks, so you need be careful to not pay big prices.

One of services I bought in Fiverr previously was “fake twitter followers”. My goal was getting an account more “popular”, so other people would follow me – and it worked, during some time. Of course, any mistake wasn’t reponsibility of those workers, SINCE I knew what I was buying. It’s funny some people buy “fake followers” and later complain they aren’t real!

Well, if you needs a job, sign up both them. If you need “hire” someone, analyse prices and reviews in both websites and try some micro workers before taking a decision!

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Where can I find free or cheap PPC marketing courses?


If you are a newbie on internet marketing or an expert, but not in PPC marketing, so you need some help – and unfortunately I don’t have a free course available for you, but I know ShoeMoney has. In his website, http://www.shoemoney.com , Jeremy “ShoeMoney” ShoeMaker shows a long but very explained PDF file detailing how you can use PPC marketing to get more sales. Nice, don’t you agree?

But is it only option on the web? Absolutely, not. But I’ve checked several “free” or “cheap” PPC marketing courses (in PDF files or videos) and most of them are outdated or incomplete. So, if you try to read and follow their tips, you can finish with new problems. It doesn’t mean all free PPC marketing course options are bad, but it’s likely you don’t get whole information from one source.

Some PPC programs, like Google Adwords, offer some free course, in order to get new users, and they can be a good idea, because they will follow specific rules about how you can reach more people with your ads but costing less. Other option is PPC University by Wordstream, a complete course through optimization tips, best practices and some advanced strategies. It offers videos, ebooks and analysis tools. And everything is free.

About paid options, you can find a PPC course in Lynda.com website with a reasonable price. But, if you don’t have basic knowledge in PPC, it’s better to start with free options, in order to evaluate if PPC Marketing is a good option for you before starting to pay, ok?

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Which doc sharing sites do you use to promote your content?

When you are promoting your content on the web, you shouldn’t ignore power of doc sharing sites. Those websites are visited daily for thousands users looking for information – and it’s exactly what you have in your hands.

One good option is Scribd. Probably, it’s more popular doc sharing site at this moment, so if you layout your content in a appealing report and publish it there, you can get some new eyes checking your work.

If you have a blog, you can pick three or four good articles, convert them in a PDF report, and publish it in Scribd and other websites. And that’s good because it’ll generate some credits in your Scribd account and you can use them to download interesting content there.

If you search “doc sharing sites”, you’ll find several websites, like: Issuu, Slideshare and DocStoc. Finding several doc sharing sites is easy, most important task is layout your document properly (it should contain hyperlink to your website, blog etc.) and create good user profiles in each website. Publish your content there and you’ll be one step closer to your audience.

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Where to hire virtual assistants?

There are several ways to hire an assistant to help you. Nowadays, one popular way is getting one from the web – so called virtual assistant.

So, you decided to hire a virtual assistant to work writing content, managing social media accounts or creating backlinks. Nice, but where do you find them? It depends on kind of assistant you want.

If you need someone to write, you can get one from writing service sites, like iWriter or iNeedArticles. Those are two options with good prices, but there are several options – if you need content for marketing purposes, you can get a good assistant in WarriorForum or BlackHatWorld.

If you want an assistant to code or design one website, so you should go to oDesk or Freelancer. Actually, oDesk and Freelancer are big freelancer portals, so you can find people ready to do several work types there.

And if you have a blog or website, you can publish a page notifying your readers you need an assistant. You can get a good virtual assistant with a good price this way, but you’ll need be careful to manage his/her tasks, because one advantage from those VA plataforms is they can help you to manage their works.

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How to get more sales in a blog?

It’s same story: you create a first (or new) blog, write passionately about your hobbies, jobs, knowledge etc. and, in end of month, you earn… $0.00 from sales. Well, I know how you feel, my friend, but don’t cry. Maybe, there is something you don’t know – and it’s what is causing your pain (and money lack).

But, what is missing? You selected a good (and well paid) niche, you like that niche (and can write impressively) but… you aren’t getting money! That’s simple: you are teaching, but not selling.

Let me explain: If you want to make money from blog, you need write good texts for teach and sell. It means your visitors should learn about that subject and identify good books, tools or softwares to learn more and get more done. If you teach them, but don’t awaken in them an interest in buying certain goods or services, so you won’t get your commission.

I know, you are sad now, because you thought you could make money without selling anything, but it doesn’t mean you should sell anything – you can (and must) select really good products and services to “advertise” in your blog.

Now, if you understood what you need do, I suggest you search copywriting tips to help you to write or edit your texts to get more conversion rates. Good luck!

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How to avoid on-page SEO over-optimization?

Recently, many marketers are talking about SEO over-optimization and how it can harm your website. And big problem is about on-page SEO, because it’s completely controllable for website owners, so there aren’t excuses for mistakes there.

Your webpage will be SEO over-optimized when it’s so much optimized that search engines consider it an attempt to manipulate search rankings. Therefore, your webpage will can be penalized and drop in ranks. And it isn’t so good, of course!

If you wanna avoid on-page SEO over-optimization, you should follow only Google Webmaster Guidelines (search it on the web) and write real and amazing content. I know, it’s a vague answer, but there isn’t a magical formula. In order to avoid over-optimization, you need write naturally, not thinking “how to optimize it to search engines”.

“And how will my webpages be ranked? That’s simple! First, high quality content keep people more time in your website, what is good. Second, you ca use social networks to announce when a new text is out. Third, you can’t control search engines, so instead trying it, write more good content, interlink it and promote it.

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How to become blogging in a passive income again?

Oh man, this is one million dollar question! Who didn’t dream to create a blog, write few blogposts and “make money while sleeping”? Actually, it isn’t wrong to say you will make money while sleep, but it will require more work (while awake) than you expected.

So, if you wish to have a passive income from blogs, you need understand some things:

a) There isn’t profit without traffic – if you want your blog makes money, so you need get visitor traffic. It’s one of difficult tasks.

b) Good conversions come from good (and planned) content – that’s your other challenge.

So you need a strategy to produce good content and bring good traffic. If you get to do it every day, you’ll have a gold mine in your hands!

Some guys try to implement autoblogs – blogs updated with fresh content automatically – in order to get money from Amazon products or Chitika advertising. Usually, they don’t use Adsense program there because they know they can be banned if their content doesn’t have quality. BUT, autoblogging doesn’t mean to produce trash content! If you are smart, you can develop a good strategy to use autoblogs with high quality content and it won’t require so much from your time.

How to do it? Well, it’s another “one million dollar question”, but briefly, you need think about tools to help you to write not to content from steal someone else. And if you get to produce and schedule enough content, you’ll can write texts for two monthes in only one morning or afternoon!

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How much time do you dedicate to Twitter Marketing?

Oh God! How many times did you realize you are wasting too much time in Twitter Marketing and getting small results? Three times? And is it Tuesday still? Yeah, I know, I did it too. Several times. Twitter Marketing can be exciting (we need do only small tasks – like following someone, tweeting a phrase, retweeting etc.) but it can take too much time if you don’t manage your other activities – Social networks are addictive – and time wasters.

So, if you want to get good results in Twitter Marketing without cause harm to your business/social life, so you need delimit an interval time to work on it daily or weekly. If you decide you shouldn’t spend more than 30 minutes daily, so do it. It looks like very basic, but when you try to reduce your time, you’ll realize it isn’t so easy as it looks like.

After reducing time spent, study which tasks are getting better results – and don’t think only about follower number, think link clicks too. If you get 100 new followers daily, but your link clicks doesn’t increase, so you are wasting time still. Some good actions you can do:

a) Following followers from other accounts in your niche;

b) Follow or retweet retweeters;

c) Favorite tweets about your niche.

If you are doing it manually, be careful to not spend much time on it. If you are using some automated tool, be careful to not exaggerate and get your account blocked! Twitter Marketing is a “numbers game” and you must remember it always!

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How do you use Feedburner?

Feedburner is a feed delivery website. There, you can register your RSS and readers will can receive it in a better format, compatible with their RSS readers.

But, it’s only tip of iceberg. Feedburner has some incredible features, like sending your post updates by email to subscribers (and it’s free) and tweet updates in your Twitter account automatically (it’s free too!). And you can get an HTML code to exhibit your updates in any HTML page – you only need copy and paste that code. And those are only some available features.

I’ve used it with some of my main blogs and I got some visits from email monthly. It helps me to increase my blog exposure in a “set and forget style”. Of course, if you want to get more traffic you should focus on listbuilding and offer good stuff to your subscribers, otherwise, there isn’t automated way to guarantee people will come back to your website!

If you have a blog (self-hosted, wordpress.com, blogger.com or tumblr.com) you should get to setup your RSS in Feedburner in less than one minute – and you only need do it once, so I don’t see why don’t include it in your marketing plan.

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Do parked domains earn money yet?

In the past (some years ago), parked domains could be a good way to get residual income. You bought a good domain nome, setup it as a parked domain and spread backlinks to it in several websites. Therefore, you could get some good search ranking for some keywords and your “website” would get organic and referrer visits.

But it isn’t working properly now, because search engines get to identify if a domain is parked or a real website, so your parked domain doesn’t get organic traffic, and many websites are combating all kind of spamming, so you won’t get to create backlinks in popular websites. In a brief, it’s unlikely you get good money just parking a domain.

And, in the last years, domain registration is more expensive, what becomes even more difficult to get enough money to compensate what you will be spending. So no, I wouldn’t recommend you to earn money parking domains. But it doesn’t mean no one is making money from it. People with very good domain names can get some traffic still and traffic is gold, always. Thus if you can get good traffic for your parked domains, you can try it, ok?

Conclusion: I wouldn’t spend money trying it, but if you are good to get traffic from websites (and we are talking about 30K monthly or more), so you can test it, ok?

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