2013 is bringing the biggest changes I have ever made to my websites since I started back in 2006. With it, major theme changes of the content of this website will beginning starting the next post. Find out what is going on!
Hey all - In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been neglecting my blog over the past few months. Frankly, it was a combination of spinning plates to keep my online businesses alive, being a dad and a husband, going to work (yes, I do work a 9-to-5 job) and re-building.
Let me explain.
Last year was a tough year for me and the search engines. TheWebReviewer.com took some major Penguin and Panda abuse and a few of my other niches took a bit of a dive as well. No one ever said that internet marketing was not going to have its ups-and-downs.
Income dropped significantly, I had to unfortunately stop using my excellent content writers and SEO service and really needed to re-think how I am going to re-create what took 6 years to grow.
So here I am.
First, I have been re-building TheWebReviewer. I rebuilt the site into a Wordpress plug-in and have started to renovate the content. Second, I’m out of the “make money online” niche. Google hates it…and so do I. This is not 2006 any more and either the paid stuff is useless and misleading or the good stuff is available for anyone to see.
Sure, I’ll still share my experiences and pitfalls of my 7 year (and going!) online marketing career, but I have no intention of trying to review or market the “next great money making idea”. Instead, I’m going to focus on real products with real uses to you. No more education stuff…if you want that, you can check out my TruGuru stuff at TheWebReviewer. It’s now all free and it will give you a great idea of what people are actually trying to sell you out there.
I want to focus on the tools and products online that grew my businesses. Sure, you can start a business with a simple free blog and affiliate links, but boy that is tough these days! You really want your own website (which requires hosting), with a user friendly interface (something like Wordpress), probably an autoresponder (to capture user interest), a place to find products to sell or market (like a wholesaler or dropship directory), maybe a place for someone to make a purchase (a merchant account and a shopping cart, possibly a customer management system). These are the tools and I’ve used them all. I know what works and which ones are easy to use.
I want to show you some of the basics…and also some of the tricks I have learned. Is this going to be for beginners? Not really. But it will become a resource to solving some of the more difficult programming aspects of building killer websites for online business. Join TheWebReviewer.com to keep up with the marketing stuff. But join here if you want to start learning some of the real “ninja” tactics behind making your common website into a converting beast!
Enough ninja and beast talk for one night. Next post, get ready for some thinking!
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