Create your Own “Members Only” Blog

One member recently wrote to me asking how it would be possible to turn their WordPress blog into a site that has both a members section and a free area. Some blogs do this well, whilst providing great content they also have a section that is only accessible if you sign up for their newsletter or actually make yourself a member of the site. This is much easier than you think, and we will discuss the pros and the cons of each method.

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The ‘secret’ of internet marketing?

Very few internet marketers and gurus will ever tell you the truth, and leave nothing out. If they told you how they made every penny, surely they would no longer be in business? They may say that they are ‘revealing all’ or ‘blowing the industry wide open’ – but in fact they are giving you just enough information that you still want more from them, and are always just one step behind. This article will explain just one golden rule that people like me, Ryan Deiss, Frank Kern and Alex Jeffreys will actually tell you – because they are true ...

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One Blog to Rule Them All…

Blogging is, in essence, fun. The only problem people have, is updating all their online presences at once. This used to be a breeze with tools like Ping.FM, but even that has started to fall down slightly with its API. The very best way to control all your social media platforms from one place, is with your blog. WordPress is an ideal candidate for this type of thing, because there are loads of really cool plugins just waiting to make your life easier. If a plugin does not exist for the job you want doing – you can easily hire ...

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An Introduction to Micro Marketing

Blogging is a classic example of a boom industry. There are people in the industry making a few dollars a week, and then there are people making thousands per day. It all depends on scalability in the niche they choose, and if they are willing to scale the business at all. We forget that some people actually blog for entertainment rather than profit!

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Never Lose Another Visitor to Your Site

Your biggest marketing aid are the visitors that never stay on your website. Whilst it is worthwhile tracking your visitors using Google Analytics, how they visit one page, click through to another, and which content is most relevant to the keywords they typed in originally, the reverse can be much more beneficial to the life of your site. For instance, you can quite easily optimize the rest of your site for the people who are staying for one or two minutes, reading interesting articles – then clicking outbound links to affiliate pages… but imagine the difference if you could retain ...

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