Sometimes even small changes can make a big difference in getting traffic through the SERPS.
While this list is by no means comprehensive, here are 7 dirty tricks to watch out for if you’re selling products on Amazon
“I’m sick and tired of hearing about ‘Know, Like and Trust.’ I don’t get it. Exactly HOW am I supposed to get people on the internet to know me, like me and trust me?”
I understand the frustration of this new marketer. It’s so easy for marketing teachers to tell you to build Know, Like and Trust into your marketing. But how often do they tell you exactly HOW to do it?
Let’s say your electricity is on the fritz. One of your circuits is fried, and now the lights don’t work in the bathroom. You need an electrician. You search online and find more electricians than you know what to do with. They all have great ads and they all say they are the best, the fastest, the cheapest and the highest quality.
Hashtags organize social media according to conversations and topics, making it easier for you to find your target market for your brand.
To like, retweet and reply to posts under several hashtags, use a social media monitoring tool such as Hootsuite. Hashtagify can also help you find other hashtags that are related to the one you’re targeting.
Here’s how to find and use even the most obscure affiliate programs. Let’s say you’re in the fitness niche and you write a blogpost about Kettlebells – those weird gym weights that look like tea kettles without spouts.
As anyone who’s tried it knows, recruiting affiliates for a product launch can be a real pain.
Some affiliates have large egos and even bigger demands for your time and your money.
This one is super simple and surprisingly lucrative.
It all started when Bob (not his real name) offered coaching services to his customers.
If you go to Reddit and search for, “Can you spot the dog,” you’ll find a variety of photographs that each contain a hidden dog.