This past week a lot of great questions came into the BusinessInnerCircle.com forums. Topics answered live on the show were:
1. Graphics in websites VS SEO
2. What makes one website show up in search engines and another not.
There’s one primary and most important thing that makes the difference between a website showing up in a search and a website that doesn’t. Want to find out what it is? Watch the video! And for more secret tips and facts and training, stop by the live show every Tuesday at 6:30 pm PST, join the chat and be part of it!
Did you know that the Google search results you see aren’t necessarily those that your customers see? Google is gathering data on your searches for their customized search all the time. So the more searches you do, the more your personal search results are geared toward you as a consumer.
So how do you see the raw search results without that customization? First you have to log out of Google. Go to the Google homepage and see if your email address that’s associated with your google account is showing at the top right. if so, click “Sign out”.
I mentioned this on the Tuesday show, but I wanted to post a reminder on here for those of you who might be interested.
Backupify is an online backup tool that backs up your social data, blog posts, pictures, etc. from your WordPress blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and many other social networking sites. Until the 31st of January it’s FREE. So if this is something you are interested in, you only have 2 days to get it for free. I’m not an affiliate for them, and this isn’t a product I own or sponsor in any way. I just thought it was cool, and I like to promote helpful tools to my friends and fans.
I was asked a live question during my show about keyword research recently, specifically if it’s the best way to find a good niche, and if I use the keywords in articles. And it was a good question, so I wanted to put the clip of my reply on here for you.
Also in the video, I discussed using Google’s free search-based keyword tool when brainstorming niches. This tool can be found at google.com/sktool.
I’ve said it before, and I’m sure I’ll say it many more times: Local, mobile and social are the future of advertising and marketing.
What does this mean? People search for local businesses all the time. Where’s a good thai restaurant nearby? Where’s the closest place to get my oil changed? These searches are being done at home, on laptops in coffee shops, from people’s iPhones. And as a business owner it’s important that you know what’s happening and adjust your marketing strategy accordingly.
When you join social networks, add services and applications, use Google services, etc. you give certain personal information up. But do you know what that means or how it affects you? Do you care? The CEO of Facebook thinks you don’t!
Find out what was said specifically in my online show last Tuesday, including live questions, answers and opinions, as well as all kinds of info and tips about privacy, tools that use your personal data, and how to be in control of it all. And of course, stay tuned for more TONIGHT at 6:30 pm! See you then.
There’s a lot to know and do to be successful in creating an online business. So tools that make things easier and faster are always welcome, in my opinion. Just thought it might be nice to share a few of them with you. Watch the clip from this past week’s show below to see what they are and how they work. Hope they help! And feel free to contact me about new tools that you think are cool, as well.
Throughout the week, members of my BusinessInnerCircle.com website ask questions on our forums. The members help each other, and my staff are there to answer questions as well. And on Tuesday nights I answer a few of the forum questions live on my show. Two great questions were posed this past week in the forums, so I decided to answer them on the show.
Question 1 was about article writing, its value and the issue of duplicate content.
Here it is…the biggest change in advertising since the 90s. No hype. This is huge. It’s based on several things that all occurred simultaneously. And here’s all of it:
1. Last week Google released a service for mobile devices called Click to Call. It enables the mobile device user to find the service or product they’re looking for using a Google search, then click on it directly to contact the business.
Everyone wants to make money with Adsense. And why not? It’s free to set it up and has the potential to be an additional source of income for you. But there’s more to making money with Adsense than just setting up your account and letting it go. That’s the mistake a lot of people make. So how DOES one make money with Adsense?