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Sat, May 24th - 10:12PM

Turn Off Your Computer
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Running a business online does NOT mean you are actually on the internet all the time.

My own experience has shown me that I can acheive more in less time when I turn off the internet and work offline. Once I am sorted and have gathered everything I need, then I go online to do what needs to be done to post my work.

Try it. I spent one weekend offline and managed to write enough content, artilces, posts and emails to be prepared for 2 weeks to come. A collegue of mine writes two months worth of add copy and client emails in a weekend. A couple of hours later, it's all loaded into his auto responder and he's set.

One of my business goals was to keep my hours to a strict limit and still continue to build an ever growing income on autopilot, not sit in front of the laptop all day long.

So I recommend you disable any desktop notifications and work on your 'TO DO' list offline and see how much you can acheive.

All the best


Shaye Richardson
Global Mentor




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Thu, May 22nd - 6:18AM

How To Promote Your Business On MySpace In 7 Easy Steps

Read my newbie guide for MySpace marketing;

How To Promote Your Business On MySpace In 7 Easy Steps

This guide is for those are not getting results from their MySpace efforts or are brand new to MySpace marketing as a stratagy for their business.

No matter if you sell, recruit or even write online, MySpace can help your business...it's no longer just for teenagers and rockers! So check it out. It can be a great free advertising source if you do it right.

Visit me on MySpace!

http://www.myspace.com/myspace_entrepreneurs


Have a great day!


Shaye Richardson
Global Mentor

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Tue, May 13th - 4:52AM

6 Red Hot Tips To Get Your Articles Read


If you've been following my blog for a while you'll have noticed I am an active article marketer. I recently read an article that I think gives some great advice on the topic. The author is Mark Flavin - source markflavinblog.com and the article is below...




6 Red Hot Tips To Get Your Articles Read


There are many people who dread having to write papers or articles. Many just feel like it seems to be too much work and it all just goes to waste when no one reads it. To some people, reading articles seems like work especially if the article is boring and very bland.

Well, articles are supposed to be read, thats their purpose to impart your message and information. If it is not read then it is a waste of time and effort.

But all the same, articles have to be written to be read. It’s just a matter of making them good. Making a good article doesn’t have to be strenuous and straining. There are just some points needed to be reminded of, and some guides to follow.

Once you get the hang of it, writing articles could be fun, as well as profitable for you and your site.

Of course, writing articles must be about something you know about, that’s why if you own a site, you probably are knowledgeable about that certain topic and theme. When you write about it, you wont have a hard time because you already know what it is and what it’s about. It’s just a matter of making your articles creative and interesting.

To make sure that your articles get read and are enjoyed, here are six red hot tips to get your articles read. These tips will make your articles readable and interesting.

1) Use short paragraphs. When the paragraph are very long, the words get jumbled in the mind of the reader just looking at it It can get quite confusing and too much of a hard work to read. The reader will just quickly disregard the paragraph and move on to much easier reading articles that are good to look at as well as read. Paragraphs can be a single sentence, sometimes even a single word!

2) Make use of numbers or bullets. As each point is stressed out, numbers and bullets can quickly make the point easy to remember and digest. As each point, tip, guide or method is started with a bullet or point, readers will know that this is where the tips start and getting stressed. Format you bullets and numbers with indentations so that your4 article wont look like a single block of square paragraphs. Add a little bit of flair and pizzazz to your articles shape.

3) Use Sub-headings to sub-divide your paragraphs in the page. Doing this will break each point into sections but still would be incorporated into one whole article. It would also be easy for the reader to move on from one point to another; the transition would be smooth and easy. You will never lose your readers attention as well as the point and direction to where the article is pointing.

4) Provide a good attention-grabbing title or header. If your title can entice a persons curiosity you’re already halfway in getting a person to read your article. Use statements and questions that utilize keywords that people are looking for. Provide titles or headers that describe your articles content but should also be short and concise. Use titles like, Tips on making her want you more, or How to make her swoon and blush .You could also use titles that can command people, for example, Make her yours in six easy Ways. These types of titles reach out to a persons emotions and makes them interested.

5) Keep them interested from the start to the finish. From your opening paragraph, use real life situations that can be adopted by the reader. Use good descriptions and metaphors to drive in your point, just donít over do it. Driving your examples with graphic metaphors and similes would make it easy for them to imagine what you are talking about. Making the experience pleasurable and enjoyable for them.

6) Utilize figures when necessary and not just ordinary and insipid statements. Using specific facts and figures can heighten your article because it makes it authoritative. But do not make it too formal, it should be light and easy in them and flow. Like a friendly teacher having a little chat with an eager student.

Well there you have 6 ways to get articles read and send more traffic to your website or blog.

For other ways to send targeted traffic to your sites please visit:
TrafficTransformer.com





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Mon, May 12th - 1:18AM

Understanding Keyword’s
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Some people say, oh that’s easy I know that, but there are many more who just find the thought of learning about keywords a SEO absolutely terrifying. If you already know about keywords, you may want to skip to the end of this post for some handy keyword tools.

Some marketers, and I include myself in this category, have used terms such as "keywords" and "keyword phrases" as if they're part of everyone's vocabulary. So if I’ve used these words before and you had no idea what I was talking about, then I apologise.

This post will help the emerging marketer grasp the concept of keywords and how they relate to the online world.

We will cover, keywords and keyword phrases in regards to organic search engine optimization.

So What's a Keyword?

A keyword can be any word and is the word used to describe what someone might type into a search engine to find a web site or specific information. Logically then, a "keyword phrase" is the term given to a string of words the searcher is looking for. So while we are talking about what people are searching for, let’s look at what the engines are searching for when you enter your keyword.

This is where some people get confused. Firstly I will tell you what search engines DON’T DO. They do not read a page and understand what they are seeing. Search engines can not think.

Let’s look at a couple of examples. Let's say you have typed the search phrase "ground pepper" into Google. Google would then look through content seeking out the words "ground pepper" A search engine might view a paragraph on a site like this:

text text text ground pepper text text text text text text ground pepper text text text text text text text text text text text text text ground pepper text text text text text text cheese text text text text text ground text text pepper text text text text text text

Now, let's say you've typed in the phrase "cheese slices" as your search term. Google could read the exact same paragraph this way:

text text text ground pepper text text text text text text ground pepper text text text text text text text text text text text text text ground pepper text text text text text text cheese slices text text text text text ground text text pepper text text text text text text

In the second example of the same sample text, the search engine wasn't looking for "ground pepper" it was looking for "cheese slices." So within the same website and text content search engines can differentiate words but not understand them.

Search engine spiders can look at how often this keyword appears on the site (and where it appears on the site) and use that as an indication of how relevant the site is to the keyword or phrase. Now things obviously get more complicated than that, but it IS the basic idea of how a search engine finds keywords on your web site.

Search engines simply look to match up strings of letters against other strings of letters while us humans call them "keywords." : )

I hope that helps to give you a basic understanding of keywords and how they are searched by us and the search engines.

Handy Keyword Tools – ALL FREE – you know I love free you do too!! All links open in new windows....

Keyword tracker

http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/keywords/

Keyword generator

http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/suggestion/

Keyword density checker

http://www.webconfs.com/keyword-density-checker.php

Wordtracker

Keyword Research Guide – download your copy here

http://www.wordtracker.com/academy/keyword-research-guide/

The eyes of a spider – see how the search engines view website content

http://webconfs.com/search-engine-spider-simulator.php

Keyword Elite – for the serious marketer and webmaster. Keyword elite is not free.
Even if you can’t afford to buy software right now, I recommend you register for the free information. Brad Callen (software creator) has a great training style & share’s real content (meat & potato’s kinda stuff) on his courses. Brad’s is one mailing list I stay on as I enjoy his style.

http://www.keywordelite.com/index2.htm

I hope you have a great week,


Shaye Richardson
Global Mentor

http://www.TheReverseFunnelSystemInc.com


Visit me On MySpace
http://www.myspace.com/myspace_entrepreneurs





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