People often ask me how they can get started doing pay per click. I’m not the all-knowing guru when it comes to PPC. But in the spirit of being helpful, I want to give you some pointers that will help lay a good foundation for understanding pay per click advertising.
Did you know there is a free spy tool you can use to see what your competition is up to? I’m talking about Follow.net.
Follow.net shows you detailed information about ad campaigns running on display (media buys) and PPC networks. If you need to spy on Facebook, mobile or PPV, you’ll have to use a premium tool like WhatRunsWhere or LotsOfAds. Regardless of any limitations, you’re still winning by getting this free spy tool.
Follow.net is easy to use. You create an account, type in a URL and see campaign information for free. If you want to unlock more information about the campaign, they have paid plans. But for the purposes of this blog post, we’re just going to focus on the free account.
I want to show you how you can find the meta tags for YouTube videos. Why is this information important? Well, there may be some specific search terms that you want your video to rank for but you are consistently being outranked by other content. A crucial component of video optimization involves research; discovering and confirming […]
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If you’re wondering what guest blogging is or why you should even care about it, then listen up. If you haven’t been guest blogging, you’ve been missing out on one of the best marketing tactics available today.
In it’s simplest form, guest blogging is the exchange of content from one blogger to another, for a site which the author does not own. Basically, you provide a post to a blogger to use on their site. They get free quality content and you get some exposure to their audience plus a link to your site (which equates to FREE traffic).
You need to follow some specific guidelines when guest blogging to ensure you get accepted and get the most benefit out of your work. I’m going to briefly discuss 4 here to help get you started.