3 Great Copywriting Tips

Today I decided to provide content that would be appealing to the majority of members and blog visitors. Whilst taking a look through the stats of the site, some of the most popular articles have been about niche hunting, copywriting tips and keyword research. In the members area, we will discuss some ninja niche hunting tips, whilst this article will give you some insight into good copywriting.

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Blog Commenting That Counts

There are many schools of thought when it comes to blog commenting. Many blogs have now taken the no-follow route, and any PR or link juice that could have been attained before has now been lost, thanks to spam comments and abuse of a pretty well rounded system. Of course, there are still ways that blog commenting can help your website, and indirectly, people have been doing this for a long time. When you think like a marketer, you usually miss the bigger picture. When you start to think like the people that make you a good living – i.e. ...

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Hype Avoidance 101

If you have bought an information product online in the last few weeks, this article will really speak to you, and hopefully enlighten you if you are going to sell products yourself. The key to great sales copy is not over-hyping the material in any way, and at the same time, staying close enough to the facts to make it sound as awesome as possible. Sometimes, you do need to embellish a little on the facts, so they stand out, and sway the reader in one direction or another, but you must at all times remain factual about what you ...

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Start at the Beginning…

One question that is always asked when it comes to internet marketing and SEO, is the best way to attack a niche that is already over run by hundreds of other marketers. You would be surprised at how easy it is to find a way into an already saturated market. All you have to do is start at the beginning. Imagine yourself as the searching general public. They are all trying their level best to get to the best website that fits their needs and wants. Let us take the dating niche (which is highly saturated in every corridor) and ...

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A Lesson in LSI

A car is not a car if it has no wheels or engine, or doors, or exhaust. It’s just a shell, which has no means of travelling. You couldn’t call it a car, because of the things it’s lacking. If you imagine a web page being that shell of a car, and you have been blindfolded, to work out how to categorize it, then you would not put it in the car category. Maybe you would categorize as car parts, salvage, car wreck – but not “car”.  Google works in the same way, when it is trying to understand what ...

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