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Are You Setting the Right Strategies To Grow Your Blog?

Written by Dennis on November 2nd, 2009 - There are 2 comments

Many blog owners start their blogs as an experiment. They create their blog, start posting and then sit back to wait and see what happens. Unfortunately, without goals, it’s difficult to grow and profit from a blog. Let’s take a look at a few goals to consider if you want your blog to turn a profit.

Profitable Blog Goal #1 Posts per month. Do you have a regular posting schedule? One of the biggest reasons blogs struggle is because they’re not posting enough content to improve search engine rankings (which makes your blog easier to find to new readers). Additionally, if you’re not posting regular content, readers may lose interest or get out of the habit of reading your blog every day. Set a goal, one post a day for example, and stick to it.

Profitable Blog Goal #2 Incoming links. One of the best ways to drive traffic and readers to a blog…

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I Recommend Google Sniper 100%

Written by Dennis on October 19th, 2009 - There are 2 comments

Google SniperI know you have been hearing a lot about the Google Sniper System as it was just in a huge launch, I don’t really get into huge launches, but I really really liked the system that George Brown has put together!

His system works point blank…

If you can read and follow simple step by step instructions you can really make a success of this system, I truly feel this is a system anyone of any level can work.

Unlike a lot of the other gurus you see promoting this system I actually paid full price for it, so I could really get the full benefit of it and not have my recommendation tarnished by the feel of having to promote since I was given a free copy.

I really like the way George has put it together, he has really over delivered on this product.. he gives you a hefty 99 page manual…

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Achieving Success!

Written by Dennis on October 14th, 2009 - There are 3 comments

SuccessSuccess, a much talked about word, and an even more sought after state, doesn’t come to all. It eludes some, while others seem to easily attract it.

Why is that so? Well, for starters all successful people have an extremely clear idea of what they want to achieve and what being successful means to them. For many, success is not an end in itself, but a byproduct of doing what they enjoy and are good at.

So, logically speaking, your first step to achieving success is to identify what it means to you. Is it being happy and loving what you’re doing in life? Figure out what gives meaning to your life, the things that drive you most, and therein, lies your success. Know yourself. Know what you want to stand for and live for. In other words, what do you want to be remembered for when you’re gone…

For some,…

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Speaking to your Readers on a Personal Level

Written by Dennis on October 8th, 2009 - There are 0 comments

In the world of business, writing is often cold and impersonal. Contracts, job descriptions and other important documents require a great deal of formality. But when it comes to sales copy, that type of writing just doesn’t fly.

Most copywriters have been exposed to the concept of connecting with prospects on a personal level. But it’s easier said than done. This is especially true for those who are accustomed to writing reports and other documents that are less personal. When it comes time to write a sales letter, they tend to focus on the product’s features and write from the perspective of the company rather than an individual.

A good rule of thumb is to write as though you were writing to a friend. Stay on topic, and remember that your objective is to sell, but write like you know the recipient well enough to be informal with him or her. If…

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Stay Positive But Be Realistic

Written by Dennis on October 4th, 2009 - There are 2 comments

Today were going to talk alittle bit about staying positive..

You need to have a positive yet cautiously realistic attitude toward your own abilities and yourself. Knowing your capabilities and being realistic about your possibilities are starting places for success.

For example, your chances of being a rocket scientist are slim if you flunked high school math twice, so spending several years in college taking every course you need to be a rocket scientist but avoiding the math classes until the last semester is the same as planning to fail.

Unrealistic expectations are the seedbed of depression. If you gained 20 pounds over the last three years, believing that you can lose all 20 pounds in three or four weeks is setting yourself up for a letdown. That goal just isn’t realistic.

You should, however, be far more positive than negative. You can undermine your success just as easily by setting your sights…

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