I hate spammers and thieves. A funny thing happens when your blog starts getting attention. You get traffic and high Google rankings, but you also get all the scum that the Internet marketing industry seems to breed.
Normally I ignore them. Blog posts are being stolen all the time, that’s the reality of blogging and you have to learn to live with it. And it’s easy to do – usually that doesn’t have any negative impact for you. But sometimes it has.
Traffic Anarchy by Steven Lee Jones is a traffic generation software, and to be exact – a submitter that creates backlinks to your website to increase your search engine rankings and get more traffic from them.
Popup Domination is a WordPress plugin for list building that creates a popup up window for your blog to capture email leads.
Auto Traffic Avalanche by Kieran Gill and Imran S is a traffic generation product – a course and software featuring two traffic generation methods.
Atomic Blogging Theme is a premium WordPress theme designed specially for affiliate marketers. It is very customizable and has a pack of handy features that are important to any affiliate site.
Automated Income Streams Home Study Course by Chris Cobb is an Internet marketing workbook designed to help anyone to start an online business (a.k.a. automated income streams).
Quick Cash Concept by Eric Rockefeller is an Internet marketing course about advertising using image ads (banners) on 4 ad networks.
Auto Blog System X is an auto blogging course created by Rob Benwell.
What does blogging and list building have in common? Judging from most blogs out there I would say not much – most bloggers aren’t building a list. And that’s a shame as they’re missing out on one of the best, if not the best, way to monetize their blog.
I think there are two main reasons why most bloggers overlook list building. One, because they associate email marketing with spamming and don’t want to associate themselves with it; and two, they think that a blog makes email marketing obsolete. Perhaps there’s also the third reason – they don’t know the first thing about list building to do it.
This post is a guest post by Brandon Rhodes
With the ever-increasing popularity of social media promotion outlets, email marketing seems like more and more of an old-fashioned technique. However, even though email marketing isn’t the most glamorous weapon in any business’ new customer acquisition arsenal, it’s still a great tool for bringing in new customers, or giving your existing customers a reason to return.
Here are a few tips on how any business can start their own email marketing efforts, without sacrificing any features or functionality, and without having to part with too much cash.