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KEYWORD RESEARCH have never been that efficient

Aug 2, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Featured, Marketing  //  No Comments

krp KEYWORD RESEARCH have never been that efficientIf you have been marketing online for any period of time, you’ll appreciate the ton of traffic the search engines can drive to your website every day.

And the good news is, there is an easy way to get to the top of the search engines…  and the secret is by targeting long-tail keywords.

What are long-tail keywords?

Long tail keywords are keywords with little to no competition, and by targeting these keywords, you’ll be able to rank highly in the search engines with little effort.

How to locate long-tail keywords…

To locate long-tail keywords, you need to know the number of  competing web pages that has the keyphrase in the title tag of the website.

The lower the keyphrase allintitle, the lower the TRUE competition you’ll face in the search engines. The lower the number of TRUE competitors, you higher you chance of ranking in the Top 10 of the search results.

This information can be found by typing in ‘allintitle:’ followed by the keyphrase like this example:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rlz=1T4GGLL_en&q=allintitle%3Aonline+guitar+lessons

But as you can imagine, the time it takes to determine the ‘allintitle:’ figure can take quite a while.

The good news is Keyword Research Pro is now available!

This software will help you increase your keyword research efficiency and effectiveness.

With Keyword Research Pro, you can extract ‘allintitle:’ literally in minutes, not hours.
(And this is only ONE of the many features available in Keyword Research Pro!)

The good news is that you can save $10 off the purchase Keyword
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Gray to Black Hat Method to Getting Loads of PLR and MRR Content

Jul 8, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Featured, List Building, Marketing  //  No Comments

Here is a little trick to help you get some free content using only google.

I must say, it find’s not only PLR and MRR, and some may say it’s unethical, so I’m not taking no responsibility to your own action. This Method uses Google to search for back doors to pages that have the PLR term in it.

Here is the search phrase:

intitle:index of parent directory PLR -pool -pdb -rpm -postgresql rar OR zip

  1. Go to Google.
  2. Copy/paste the search phrase into the search box.
  3. Start browsing the sites it finds

You will discover that there are many sites that do not protect their indexes with an empty index.html, and that what give us the result we get.

You can add any term to that search phrase to try and be more specific – use quotes if it have more then one word.

I usually add it before the PLR section of the search phrase.

Exclusive Interview With Joint Venture & Giveaway Expert – Reed Floren

Jun 5, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Featured, List Building, Marketing  //  5 Comments

 Exclusive Interview With Joint Venture & Giveaway Expert   Reed Floren

Reed Floren is a “Mild-Mannered Young Minnesota Hotshot” according to The American Spectator Reed has been featured on the front page in numerous newspapers, magazines and in business books for his endeavors online.
Hi Reed

Thank you for this opportunity to interview you.

First of all, can you tell me please something about yourself?

I’ve been marketing online since 1999 when I was 13. Now I’m 23 and consider myself a semi-retired internet marketer. I am best known for my JV brokering skills but also make a nice living off my products, hosting giveaway events, and speaking internationally.

How and why did you get into to the giveaway world?

The first giveaway I worked on was with Henry Gold and I helped out behind the scenes we did an event that brought in around 50,000 subscribers in about a month. Almost a year later I did my first giveaway event to build my list and I went from 0 people on my list to over 3,500 in 7 days.

What exactly are giveaway events?

Giveaway events are websites hosted by one or more individuals who invite people with products of their own and lists to market to who will contribute a product to be given away in exchange for building their list. It’s a win/win for everyone involved since the members of the giveaway can download thousands of dollars worth of products for free.

How can I benefit from a giveaway event as an event owner?

As a giveaway event owner you benefit that most because you can build a list of thousands of members in a very short time frame. In fact I have a service where I will setup and host a giveaway event for you and I will take care of all of the work. You can check that out here: http://www.giveawaylistbuilding.com it’s a guaranteed way of adding thousands of subscribers to your list.

How does a contributor benefit from such event?

A contributor benefits by adding dozens or sometimes hundreds if not thousands of subscribers to their list for free just by putting a product of their own in the giveaway and promoting the giveaway event to their list.

Tell me about your most successful giveaway event?

My most successful one with a partner was the one that Henry Gold and I did my personal best I built a list of over 18,000 subscribers in a week while helping my girlfriend at the time move.

What can you tell me about how NOT to run giveaway event?

You need to have the right contributors on board and you need to make sure they contribute quality products. Also remind them to promote and consider having a contest.

Can you explain how to best make your giveaway a successful one?

Invite the right people, make sure they promote and give them a reason to promote hard such as a contest.

People say that your list should be made of buyers. When you do a giveaway, what is your approach to convert your freebie members into buyers?

I typically make around $1 per subscriber per month so let’s say you want to earn $10,000 a month build a list of 10,000 subscribers. To turn some of my freebie seekers into customers I will promote low price products and I will promote products that cost well over $1,000 because I know that there are people at all ranges of the spectrum.

Do you think that giveaways have become too saturated in the marketplace?

No they have not as long as you have a track record for success with these like I do you’ll be able to run these. I think it’s very hard for someone to get started running a giveaway if nobody knows who they are unless they have someone else who is “known” in the industry.

How do you make your giveaway stand out and attract attention?

I pay immediately which helps and I have a good relationship with many marketers who like to promote giveaway events.

Why Linking To Sites With a High Page Rank Values and Low Outgoing Links Will Greatly Boost Your Site’s Page Rank Value And Increase The Targeted Traffic To Your Site?

Jun 2, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Traffic  //  No Comments

Increasing the amount of targeted traffic to your website is essential to Profiting online, as you’ll increase the amount of subscribers, and with good follow-up, the amount of sales you’ll receive.

There are many free and paid advertising methods that can help you increase the targeted traffic that comes to your site. One effective and free advertising method is linking to other Prominent websites, specifically those with high PageRank ratings.

PageRank (PR) ratings are what Google uses to determine the importance of a website in relation to the rest of the Internet. Those sites that have higher Page Rank rankings are those sites that have more links to other prominent websites with high Page Rank rankings. Google sees these sites as more important and more prominent because they are connected to sites with similar content and similar Page Rank values. As a result, Google sees them as being more informative for their search engine users, and as a general result, places them higher in their search engine rankings.

Consequently, if you can get linked to high Page Rank websites, your Page Rank ranking will go up, which will only help you to gain more targeted traffic, since you’ll rank more highly in Google’s search engine rankings.

You can use various tools online to determine a site’s Page ranking; the higher the Page ranking, the better the site is considered by Google and the more you should try to link with it.

One note about Page Rank: If that high Page Rank site has many outgoing links on its home page, you won’t get as high of a Page Rank boost as you might think, so try to go for high Page Rank sites that don’t have that many outgoing links on its home page for the most beneficial Page Rank boost to your own Page Rank ranking.

Rising to the Top of Search Engines

May 8, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Marketing  //  2 Comments

search engines 300x299 Rising to the Top of Search EnginesThe most common way for people to access your website is through search engines.  And this means that whether you’re selling a product or service, or just want to get some free press about your business, your company website needs to found by the top Internet search engines such as Google and Yahoo!  Keeping up with search engines and their technology will be a full time job.  However, if your website is well designed, search engines can be your best ally in generating more Internet traffic.

Search Engine Optimization Defined

Search engine optimization, or SEO, is the technique of placing your website so that its ranking increases in search engine databases.  You want your website to have a high ranking and be as relevant as possible to a user’s search.

Successful SEO websites use articles and keywords that are based on those words that Internet users type into search engines when they are looking for a particular product or service.  As you’re building your website you want to ensure effective keyword placement in all of the content and in the HTML coding of each web page.

When you submit your website to the most popular search engines you’ll want to make sure that you’re making the most of optimized keywords, as discussed in chapter 2.  Your ranking in a search engine directory is closely connected to the quality of your website.  If your chosen industry is in a competitive market you need to make sure that you have as many people as possible visit your website so that you get those sales and, in effect, make the most of your online marketing campaign.

The more you understand about how important targeted keywords are the better able you’ll be to find the right marketing methods and solutions for your business.

Optimizing your Website

One of the most important things for you to remember when you’re optimizing your website for search engines is that these engines read text and ignore graphics.  This means that you need to focus on the text that is part of your website content.

The Right Keywords:  Internet users will type keyword phrases into the search engine when they want to find a certain product or service.  Most users will type about two or three words and then do a search for relevant websites.  Before you spend a lot of time optimizing your website you should use a software program to help you determine which keyword phrases get the greatest search volume.  This will allow you to focus your efforts on optimizing your website for the right keywords.

Text on your Home Page:  Once you’ve decided which keywords are best for optimizing your website you’ll want to put those keywords and phrases into the content of your website.  You’ll want to start by focusing on the first paragraph on your home page since this is the first thing that most search engines read to determine if your website is relevant to a user’s search.  In that first paragraph you’ll want to use as many keywords and key phrases as you can so that your website comes up in a variety of user searches.

Using HTML Tags:  You’ll need to make sure that you have the right tags in your HTML coding so that it corresponds with the text on your website.  Your ranking in search engines will be more solid if you’re consistent with your tags and text.

Submitting Your Website to Search Engines

Registration with search engines, such as MSN, Yahoo, and Google, is crucial if you want to attract people to your website.  Before you decide what search engines to submit to, you should do a careful study of what features each engine provides.  Some of the features that you should be focused on include (1) how they promote websites, (2) what they offer in regards to advertising, and (3) if they have any other resources available.  There are analyzers available on the Internet that will help you compare search engines.  Your online marketing budget should include money and time so that you can find the right search engine for your business.

There are a few important things that you should focus on when it comes to submitting your website to the right search engine.  This includes:

  • The search engine generator should provide you with automatic updates.
  • The registration process should allow you to include the purpose of your business and website.
  • Do a quick study to find out where other businesses in your industry are submitting their website.

Your main goal should be to submit your website to as many top search engines as you can so that you get the highest rankings.  This will allow your customers and potential customers to find you fast and easily.

Search engine spiders:  A search engine spider is a program that methodically travels the Internet looking for all the web pages that have been recently visited and processing this information in a search engine so that pages are indexed and downloaded faster by the user.  When you overuse keyword and key phrases you risk this being noticed by search engine spiders and having them bypass your web pages for inclusion into the search engine.  Do you want to risk being left out of search engines by being guilty of keyword abuse?

Using a high keyword density may seem like a good idea when you first start developing web content for your website but the hazards far outweigh the risks.

Another mistake that many websites make is choosing their keywords and then not putting these keywords into the any of the relevant content on the web pages.  Search engine spiders are programmed to actually need to see the keyword used before it can acknowledge it and index the web page.  So why waste time coming up with keywords that don’t really have anything to do with what your website is all about only to have search engine spiders overlook your website anyway?

Creating False Web Pages:  One of the most serious mistakes that you can make when you’re developing the website content for your web pages is to provide your customers with information that has absolutely nothing to do with what you’re selling or advertising on your website.  Customers who use the Internet to buy a product or service, or simply to find out more information about what you’re selling, don’t want to arrive at your website pages only to find you’re not selling what your offering.  If customers are searching for stationary (and you include the keyword “stationary” over and over in your website content to push you up into the high rankings of the search engines) they expect to able to read accurate and dependable information on your web pages about this stationary.  If you’re not selling or advertising stationary you should avoid using this keyword to pull traffic to your website.  Customers who have been tricked will quickly leave your website to find the information that they are looking for elsewhere.

The bottom line is that keyword driven websites don’t always work.  These websites may get high traffic, and search engine ranking that they want, however customers won’t linger to find out what they are really selling.  This means a missed opportunity to develop a successful relationship with customers.

Goals for Successful Websites:  A quick mention about what your goals should be when you create web pages that are rich with information that customers want to find on the Internet:  One of your main tasks when you have an online business is building up your customer database.  You want to have as many customers and potential customers on your list as you can so that your online marketing strategy reaches a wide range of consumers.

Once you’ve built up a customer database you’ll want to make sure that you start to gather repeat customers.  Repeat sales are the backbone of a successful business and for increased sales.  One of the ways that you can achieve repeat sales is by generating great communication with your customers.  You can accomplish this good communication by using the following:

  • Affiliate programs
  • Coupons for repeat customers
  • Contests
  • Newsletters that provide useful information about what you’re selling
  • Banner ads
  • Discussion groups and forums
  • Relationships with associates
  • Chatrooms

As mentioned previously you’ll already have a lot of customer information that you can use.  This includes data that you’ve collected from previous sales, communication with your customers, and e-mail opt-in lists.  You’ll also want to collect the information listed here.  But just how do you go about gathering that data?  There are several different techniques that you can use to get the data that you need to build successful customer databases.

The most important thing to remember is that you always be honest when you’re getting information from your customers.  If you use deceptive means to get the data you risk losing the trust of your customer.  If being honest and above board means that you lose some of those opportunities to capture customer information then realize that the pay off will be the trust and respect you earn from these customers, and potential customers, when they realize that you’re doing what you said you would do: asking them to voluntarily to provide you with certain types of information.

The following methods of collecting customer data will help you keep track of sales and profit.  This customer data can be found in the following places:

  • customer order forms
  • warranty card information
  • servicing information
  • records of returned products
  • questionnaires filled out at time of purchase

The above information is very helpful but you’ll need a bit more to build up a successful database that includes wide-ranging customer information.  This is where some of the newer techniques of data capturing enter the picture.  The Internet has provided you with some great opportunities to use technology tools to your advantage.  Again, keep in mind that technology is a utensil that you can use and not an end to a means.

All this technology means that you can use some very appealing and winning methods for having your customers leave you the information that you need.

There are many ways that you can correspond with your customers once you’ve got their interest:

  • weekly newsletters
  • automated e-mails, targeting one time customers, referrals, and repeat
  • customers
  • discount or free product offers to customers
  • e-mail postcards
  • follow up phone calls

Corresponding with your customers is much simpler after you’ve profiled them and know what they want to see and hear.  Database marketing means that you learn as much as you can about your customers and potential customers before sending them any type of messages.  Studies show that random messages sent to all your customers often fails since you’ll be spending a great deal of time and money to reach only a small portion of those customers that feel you have something to say to them directly.

Howie Schwartz has lost his mind AGAIN.

May 8, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Affiliate Marketing, Marketing  //  1 Comment

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My friend Howie Schwartz has lost his mind AGAIN. The “mad hatter” of traffic has put together a brand new PDF showing 3 new Web 2.0 sites that Google loves to rank…

Plus, he even made a video showing how to find the top converting “buying” keywords to use with these brand new traffic grabbing properties! Better hurry, because he’s taking this all away as soon as his new “SECRET” gets delivered . . . (you’ll understand what that means when you go get your video and PDF by clicking the link below)

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How to Research a Market by Using Google Search Only

May 6, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Featured, Marketing  //  2 Comments

Have you heard of  Howie Schwartz? Howie Schwartz is the creator of the black hat is back project and he is a master in the internet marketing field.

After watching some of his movies i got so impressed and decided to share a small technique that Howie Schwartz teaches in his Course.

Howie uses Google standard search to get deeper into a market.

In brief, it is something similar to what i show you here:

1. search for your main market’s keyword, let’s say: relationship

black hat is back top How to Research a Market by Using Google Search Only

2. look at the related searches at the top

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3. and bottom of page

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You’ll find all these suggestions:

relationship advice
relationship poems
relationship with god
relationship questions
relationship test
relationship quizzes
meaning of relationship
relationship issues
fun relationship questions
questions to ask in a relationship

Whenever you press on the suggested keywords you’ll get more suggestions… and more…

got it? very simple.

you should also go broader, and search adwords keyword tool for more related terms and repeat the same method like we did here for every keyword that you find helpfull.

In case you are interested in learning more tactics get Black Hat Is Back here

The Internet Tool That “Fired Google”

May 3, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Featured, News  //  No Comments

 45719022 sw portrait The Internet Tool That Fired GoogleThe internet tool that “fired google”, according to some experts, has been presented to the world.

Wolfram Alpha is the brainchild of  Stephen Wolfram a British physicist.

This free platform intents to resolve queries straight off, instead of showing web pages in reply to a query like a SE.

The “computational knowledge engine”, as the technology is known, will be available to the world from the middle of May this year.

“Our goal is to make expert knowledge accessible to anyone, anywhere, anytime,” enounced Dr Wolfram at the presentation at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

The tool calculates many of the replies “on the fly” by catching raw data from public and licensed databases, along with live feeds such as share prices and weather condition information.

People may use the system to search for simple facts – such as the height of Mt. Everest – or crunch several data sets together to produce fresh results, such as a country’s gross domestic product.

Additional functions resolve complex mathematical equations, plot scientific figures or chart natural events.

“Like interacting with an expert, it will understand what you’re talking about, do the computation, and then present you with the results,” said Dr Wolfram.

As a result, a lot of the data is scientific, although there’s also limited cultural data about pop stars and movies.

Doctor Wolfram stated the “trillions of pieces of data” were selected and managed by a team of “experts” at Wolfram Research, who also massage the data to make certain it can be interpret and displayed by the system.

The new tool applies a method known as NLP to return answers.

This allows users to ask questions of the tool using natural language instead of particular search terms.

Dr Wolfram said that Alpha has solved several of the problems of interpreting people’s inquiries.

“We thought there would be a huge amount of ambiguity in search terms, but it turns out not to be the case,” he said.