I’ve decided to move the Webdev category content over to the WordPress Reader issues on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any traffic-building content I think I’ll start integrated with the Marketing category right here.
Speaking of which, even if you aren’t a WordPress user, you may want to take a periodic casual glance through. There’s stuff in there that can be wordpreneur-beneficial in general.
The latest issue, for example, has links to the following not-necessarily-WordPress-specific stuff:
- 17 Ways to Get Design Inspiration from Other Websites
- 25 bug tracking tools for websites
- How to Get and Install an SSL Certificate for HTTPS ASAP
- Web Design Best Practices for Reviving a Stagnate Website
At any rate, enjoy today’s featured selections!
6 Brilliant Examples of Social Proof for Your Site’s Forms
“Do you need some examples of social proof for your site’s forms? Adding social proof to your WordPress forms is a great way to boost conversions, build a bigger following, and increase sales in your eCommerce shop.”
6 Ways to Consistently Crush Your Sales Goals
“According to a study conducted on top 1% of salespeople… they earn more than the average CEO and seldom work as long. This top 1% really understand the rules of the game. Here are 6 ways you can join the top 1%.”
Affiliate Marketing Strategies – How to Adapt to the Changing Times
“[G]etting my start an affiliate marketing back in the mid-90s, I can tell you right now one of the most important things to finding long-term success is being able to adapt with the changes around you.”
The Affiliate Marketing Playbook To Skyrocket Your Commissions
“[P]assive income isn’t truly passive. That’s why I’m writing this, to help you with one form of ‘passive; income today – affiliate marketing. Because these days, you can still earn money from affiliate marketing, but the rules have changed.”
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Bestseller Ranking Pro
How do you explode your book sales without a bigger platform, email list, paid traffic or PR? Understand how your readers buy books and how to reach them without a huge marketing budget. Here is live data on every single book bestseller list on Amazon (all 19,669+ of them!).Click Here Now
Ultimate eBook Creator
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Kindle Optimizer 2.0
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Most Salespeople’s LinkedIn Profiles Are Terrible. Here’s How To Improve.
“These days, when a potential customer begins the buying journey, he or she usually wants to learn more about their sales representative and the first place they are likely to go is LinkedIn. What will they find?”
Online Reputation Management: A Guide for Social Media Marketers
“Your online reputation determines how others perceive your business when they search for or stumble upon it online. Consequently, online reputation management (ORM) proactively influences what information people will find.”
Content & Ideas
4 Reasons People Stop Reading Before the End of a Page
“[Y]our reader’s attention is fragile. There are plenty of other pages she could be reading. Give her half an excuse and she’ll abandon you in a heartbeat… And when that happens, your page just failed to achieve its purpose.”
Want A Boost In Organic Traffic? Optimize and Relaunch Your Old Content
“[W]e’re reaching a point of what Mark Schaefer calls ‘content shock.’ This is the point where there is more content produced online than the global population can consume.”
8 Steps To Writing A Sales-Driving Author Bio
“With almost two million ebooks on Amazon, authors can get lost in the sea of books… [I]t’s important to have a compelling and interesting author bio. Unless you’re a household name, how are prospective readers going to learn about you on the world’s largest platform?”
A Niche Market Book Can Be a Plus: Why It Pays to Be ‘Narrow-Minded’
“The lesson I have learned is that, certainly in the world of nonfiction, focusing on a small niche market is more likely to lead to success then aiming at the mass market.”
How To Make Your Book A Perennial Seller
“What they really mean by that are books that are more than a year old and that sell steadily without blowing the doors off. So, in publishing, the other word for it is a backlist title. A title that sells year in and year out, week in and week out.”
Is the Nonfiction Book Cover Important?
“Are nonfiction book covers as important to sales as fiction book covers? … Yes. And possibly even more so for indie authors.”