When you are an Adsense publisher, or even if you are just looking to make more money from your hobby website, one of the most important things you can do is experiment with sizes and placement. Most of the time, publishers use a single template for all of their page/posts; however, this doesn’t always give the highest payouts. If you … [Continue reading Increase Your Adsense Earnings With Different Sizes and Placement]
Archives for December 2010
When you’re looking for new websites to develop or to expand existing websites into new and profitable niches, the news can be a valuable source for inspiration and research. In this post, I’ll take a look at what to be on the lookout for and how to see if it’s worth developing. Recently I came across an article that talked … [Continue reading Developing Websites, Posts and Niches From the News]
As 2010 draws to a close I’d like to thank you, the readers who come here a few times a week. I hope that maybe I’ve educated, entertained, or enriched you in some way, that you felt coming here was worth your time. With that in mind I’d like to recap here some of the top posts from 2010 and … [Continue reading Top Posts From 2010]
Evergreen Content is a subject I talk about quite frequently on this blog, but it’s not something I’ve ever devoted a post to explaining. Hopefully this post will solve that problem.
One of the topics that emerged from Pubcon was “Should SEO’s Focus on Where Google is Heading”, and I’m going to agree with Aaron that focusing on short term algorithmic holes isn’t a smart thing for most people (churn and burn folks–you keep on keeping on). I agree that most publishers should focus on where Google is going. However, the one thing … [Continue reading Google the Answer Engine]
Since my last Sonos post a few months ago (see Sonos Review), I’ve really become a big Sonos advocate. I’ve been telling people about it and recommending it to anyone who asks. In fact I’ve even added a Sonos S5 to the master Bedroom. So when Sonos asked me if I wanted to review their new Wireless Dock, I was pretty excited.
Today’s post is in response to a question that came in via email asking, “How do I optimize a department/category page with a lot of products?” This is a fairly common question, but it has some subtleties and nuances to it. I’ll try to address those issues in this post.
Every business will probably agree that customer referrals are awesome! Not only do they have a much lower acquisition cost than customers obtained from traditional marketing efforts, but conversion rates are usually much higher as well. The amount of referral business you have is a good measure of success of your marketing efforts. There are numerous ways to get referrals … [Continue reading 5 Ways to Get More Customer Referrals]