Tuesday, 25 November 2008
But when people are reading your article on the internet, they’re wanting fast facts. They don’t want additional fluff.
Easy to understand information.
That’s the goal.
When you want to learn something, you want to learn it as quickly as possible. Everyone looks for a shortcut so they can start applying what they’ve learned.
That’s why you have to be brief and to the point in your article-writing for the web.
Saturday, 22 November 2008
You can see his Twitter here.
Al Gore has amassed nearly 19,000 followers since his first tweet eleven days ago on November 6th, 2008. It's probably the fastest growing Twitter in history although there is no way to verify that.
There are sites that list the top Twitter users like Twitterholic and Twitter Counter but none that list Twitter growth records. What's the fastest Twitter to get to 20,000 followers? That's probably going to be Al Gore who looks like he will get there in about twelve days
Well another twit !
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Offworld will also be home to a number of guest appearances by and regular features from people outside the games industry proper and those that have had only marginal influence but deserve more, because it's when those influences come in that the results have been some of the most magical and memorable, from illustrator Rodney Alan Greenblat and Masaya Matsuura's unforgettable Parappa the Rapper (the face that would launch the rhythm gaming genre proving so profitable today), to studio artist Toshio Iwai's musical Electroplankton, to Keita Takahashi's Katamari Damacy.
That's not to say that Offworld won't also be exploring and featuring gaming's blockbusters, powerhouses and the history of its respected decades-old institutions, but in general we hope to chase away a lot of the industry's cynicism and myopia that's set in and bring the joy of discovery and a fresh breath of playfulness and wonder back, because we're all in this to have fun.
The blog is part of the growing Boing Boing blog network which includes Boing Boing, Boing Boing Gadgets and Boing Boing TV. There's also an explanation of Offworld here from BB TV. If you enjoy computer and video games you should add Offworld's feed to your news reader as Boing Boing always offers up some unique and interesting content.
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Wednesday, 19 November 2008
Some folks feel intimidated about the thought of putting pen to paper, but I’m going to tell you about some easy ways to write quality articles. You’ll be cranking them out in no time. What good are articles?
Well, with them you can…
- generate free traffic to your website (when selling something)
- send traffic to your sites (via your affiliate link of course!)
- provide quality content on a basic adsense site
- use them to quickly create your own e-books
- sell them on their own mini sites
- or even sell resell rights to these e-books.
So get down and "write articles to make money online"
Saturday, 15 November 2008
Articles are a great way to get free exposure for your web site and your affiliate program. Hopefully your web sites goal will be to get Opt-In email addresses and you have some sort of free report system working.
However, I have been testing an idea for quite awhile now that I think really works and I guarantee you that you will get your article published 100% more than you do now. This works especially well if you're running an Opt-In mailing list which I recommend you do.
Ezine publishers receive hundreds of articles for publishing a week, so why should they publish yours? You might think you have the best article ever written, and you might, but ezine publishers have to make money too you know. My idea not only will increase your chances of getting published but you will also be helping ezine publishers make more money, which in the long run they will remember and will be more receptive to your articles in the future.
Here's the idea.
When you write your article, try and work an affiliate link into it. Make sure it's in context and not just a blatant advertisement as that's why most ezine publishers refuse to publish affiliate members articles.
As I was saying, write your article and in that article put a link to an affiliate program you're promoting in context in your article. It helps when doing this that you
can say that you honestly use that product or service. I guarantee you a personal endorsement in your article will double the sales you would get with out an endorsement.
The twist here is that the affiliate link you put in will be changed by the ezine publisher. You will be letting the ezine publisher change your affiliate link in your article so they can earn commissions from your article and therefore increasing the chances of getting your article published.
This has never failed for me and I'm sure it won't fail for you. So how do you make money from this? Well if you have your own autoresponder free report series set up, you can use that in your article by-line. You would make more sales from this than from commissions from the article.
Your goal in any affiliate exercise is to get as many Opt-In email addresses as possible and as cheaply and quickly as possible.
Tuesday, 11 November 2008
Right now, many marketers are leaning in the direction of providing valuable content (your articles) on their adsense pages. The thought is, no search engine in their right mind would ban or delete a valuable content site.
Put your adsense boxes on every page of your content site.
When it comes to Adsense, you have to think like your website visitor. What is it they are looking to buy? Don’t stick something on your site about “making money with your gardening passion” because the advertisers with Adsense are selling garden tools and equipment, not money making opportunities.
You need to make your content fit into the Adsense ads for the best results.
Now, write articles! 10, 20, 50 – keep writing and promoting your content site. Advertise your website in the resource box.
By following this format, you should make money from Google Adsense fairly quickly. Plus you’re building tons of quality content over time and you will have hundreds of articles all over the Internet working for you around the clock! That means your site will do better in the search engines due to all the incoming links!
This is one of those money machines that will "make money from the Internet"
Wednesday, 5 November 2008
When bloggers seeking to "make money from blogging" spread their interests across multiple revenue streams so as not to put all their eggs in one basket.
The wonderful thing is that this is becoming easier and easier to do and many options opening up.
The best way to explain this would be to read the source of this article on "how to make money from blogging" by Darren Rowse
How Bloggers Make Money from Blogs "
Saturday, 1 November 2008
In addition to monetizing your own blog with advertising spots, paid reviews, affiliate marketing, freelance jobs etc., there are many opportunities on the Net for getting paid for blogging and other freelance jobs.
Helium - Where publishers and freelancers meet. At Helium’s Marketplace, publishers post the titles they need articles for right now. "Publishers are paying from $20 to $200 for each selected article"
"They normally post their job openings for bloggers at ProBlogger"
Lists a number of blogging opportunities on it’s site.
Associated Content invites everyone to contribute original video, text, audio and images on any topic to gain exposure and earn cash. AC offers upfront payments for some content submissions as well as a monthly Performance Bonus payment for all of your original content.
Write articles on any of a vast array of topics, including product reviews, “how to” guides, holiday reviews, essays and much more. If approved by WiseOrb editors, Wise Orb will publish your article on this site, and pay you according to how popular the article is. You can write about whatever you like, as long as the article adheres to WiseOrb terms and conditions.
- Elance - Largest online freelance writing site
- Rentacoder - Largest coding freelance site
- Scriptlance - Writing gigs that are focused on programming
- Getafreelancer.com - Another reasonably good freelancing site
- Guru - Large outsourcing site with plenty of writing jobs
- Contracted Work - A medium sized contracting site
- Sologig - A medium sized contracting site
- Freelance.com - Freelance IT jobs
- Freelancers.net - Lists many jobs open to UK freelancers
- Blogger Jobs.biz - Career blogging listings
- Freelance Jobsearch
- Freelance Jobs
- Constant Content
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