In September I spent $5,111.91 advertising on Facebook. The campaign was very profitable and generated leads at a far lower cost than any of the other lead sources I was currently using. After the campaign was over I spent some time analyzing the data I made 4 important discoveries I wanted to share with you… 4 Critical “Platform Discoveries” From A $5,111.91 Advertising Campaign On… Below are the results of a Facebook advertising campaign that was run over a three week period promoting a live, free workshop. I learned a a lot from these results and wanted to pass Read More
(So far anyway… ;) The easiest way to increase the number of people sharing the content on your website is by simply making it easier to share. But despite how painfully obvious this “solution” is, every day I see websites screwing it up. And remember, “social sharing” is now playing a bigger role than just exposing you to new potential customers on the different social networks while at the same time creating free social proof (just in case this isn’t enough)… It’s also playing an ever-more-important role in getting good rankings in Google. If you sit in a room full Read More
Lesson Transcription: Today I want to answer another one of those questions that I’ve been asked over and over for the last 15 years… “What is the absolute, hands-down best website traffic sources?” This is a common question from people who have just put up their website and are starting to drive traffic. Of course, the really important question is: “What is the best source of buyers?” Because traffic is useless if no one is buying! I have a couple of different answers to this question. Best Website Traffic Sources – Your In-House Email List Now, I understand that you need Read More
Today I am going to show you 4 tactics you can use to accelerate the rankings of a new website in Google.
Of course, the words “Google” and “fast” typically don’t get used in the same sentence very often, but the reality is that there are a few ways that you can accelerate your rankings... Read More
A questions I am frequently asked when my students put up there first website goes something like this...
“How many visitors do I need to get before I make a sale?”
They want to know how much traffic they should expect to get to their site before they make a sale. This is also known as “sales conversion” or the percentage of people who visit the site who will make a purchase.
Now this is a damn tough question to answer because there are so many variables that come into play that can be affecting this number... Read More
Today I want to answer a question I seem to get asked all the time…
"What is the best time to send an email to my list?"
This is one of those questions that is frustrating for me because of all of the misleading (and flat out wrong!) answers I hear.
I’ve spent a lot of time at various Internet marketing seminars and conferences and I continually see all of these so-called “experts” get up on stage and say things like: Read More