Build Traffic Flow To Your .WS WebSite With These SEO Tips

Build Traffic Flow To Your .WS WebSite With These SEO Tips

Failing to use the right Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques will mean that very few visitors (Read Very Few Prospects) will ever find your site. You need to get found by using the simple tips for your .ws GDI site below.

SEO may be something that you decide to (spend cash on to) outsource. If you do this, make sure that you are knowledgeable enough about the site you are signing up with to ensure the success of your web page. There are plenty of internet marketing “experts” and SEO “gurus” around who will happily charge huge fees for sub-par work. As a minimum, track their results. Look at work they’ve done for previous clients, read customer testimonials with a grain of salt, and compare what they tell you against information you can find online. If they don’t know how to set up results tracking, you can bet they don’t know much about SEO or Marketing. You are much more likely to be satisfied with your results if you are up front with them on how you plan to verify their work.

Should you not have the funds to have someone else do the work, here’s what you can do to help get your site noticed by the search engines and improve your page ranking.

To increase your search engine ranking, include written transcripts of any audio and video content on your site. By providing transcripts for any audio or videos, your content can be understood by the automated robot search engines and included in their search engine listings.

Use the longer or plural form of keywords to generate more search engine hits. Keyword stemming is used by a variety of search engines. When you choose the singular of the keyword (e.g. accountant) results for the plural or variations (i.e. accountants, accounting) may not send seekers to your website. If you use the longer form of the word, then your site will be included in the searches that include the shorter form of the word as well.

It is critical that you remain aware of your standings in the search engines, when it comes to search engine optimization. If you don’t keep track of your standings then you will not know if your efforts in SEO are paying off. You can follow your page rank with the Google toolbar or Alexa.

Make sure you implement the use of social networking sites such as Twitter and Google Plus as a means to improve your SEO. YouTube makes it easy to include video of demonstrations or product features, while social sites such as Facebook and Twitter offer direct interaction with your customers.  I find Pintrest to be a big time waster for most businesses, but if you want to reach an artistic or crafty crowd, you may want to test it for a few days and use special links to track the results. As of this writing, I have found my tests for use with GDI to be a total waste of my time… just so you know what I personally found. Twitter has been my best free social site with Google Plus a close second. Facebook is great for communicating with friends and family and to get aricles indexed by the search engines, but like Pinterest, it’s not been much help in actually finding new leads.

You can improve your ranking on search results pages by offering an abundance of content that covers different ideas within a given niche. As an example, if you have a blog about knitting, include articles about pattern types, book reviews and how to’s. The more expansive your content is, the higher chances you have of gaining a solid following. Search engines also love BLOG’s that update new content regularly at least a couple times a week.

Talk with an education or non-profit website to see if they will provide a link on their site to content on your site. When you are linked by a reputable source, this is seen as higher quality content for the search engines. Add high-quality articles to your website that will make other organizations want to feature you on their site. Make your content worthy of attention from these organizations. Comments on reliable high ranking site BLOG posts with your link as part of your signature block (used sparingly) also work well to increase your page rank.

Spiders sent out by search engines are constantly on the lookout for fresh content. A blog is an excellent way to attract these spiders because you can update it constantly. Furthermore, truly good-quality content will often be passed around. After that, those who shared your articles will return to read more, as will many of their friends. Recently the search engines have begun to give a higher ranking to sites that are both tablet and mobile friendly. This means that your site needs to be able to be read by multiple size applications and systems.

You don’t want website failure. That’s the last thing a business wants. Although tons of online businesses fail, many actually do succeed by applying methods that have been proven successful for other web-based business owners. Don’t be afraid to spend some time looking at what other successful sites in your niche are doing and then do the same type of things on your site.

Last, but not least by any means:

Once you gain some verified experience and proven results, You should sell yourself to others as a specialist in your field. As an expert this is a great tool for Internet marketing that can make you serious money. Creating a website that is designed around a niche of buyers is absolutely critical. Then, use search engine optimization tools to help buyers find your services and products. Keep in mind that it’s critical to your company’s success to give customers the items they want, rather than what you might assume they want.

Wes Waddell



> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 11:29 pm

October 28, 2015

3 Tips for Turning Your Hobby into a Money Machine

It all started as a result of schoolteacher Lori Lange looking for a way to stay home with her son.

Famous in her circle of friends for organizing themed dinner parties, Lori was continually being asked to share her recipes …

So she decided to start a food and entertainment blog where she posts recipes, party ideas, cooking experiences, diet suggestions and more.

Now ten years later, her site gets as many as 1.8 million page views per month and earned her a subscription list of 24,000 people.

She’s also published a collection of recipes in “The Recipe Girl Cookbook,” has large companies such as Kraft and Gold Medal hiring her to develop recipes with their products, and gotten the opportunity to travel, doing tours such as a cheese-tasting tour of Europe and a culinary tour in Mexico.

“I’m making more than I ever would have teaching and I have the ability to travel, live where I want and do what I love, ” she says.

Sounds ideal doesn’t it? Making more than you ever thought possible…doing something you love…and having the freedom to do what you want, where you want and when you want.

It’s okay if recipes aren’t your thing. You can develop information products and resources about anything. About your business. About a hobby you love. About a subject you know a lot about.

The thing is…there must be thousands of recipe sites on the Internet. And I imagine many have come and gone in the ten years Lori’s has been around. Truth be told, whatever your topic or interest is, there’s a chance that other people are writing about it and making money.

So what makes a site like Lori’s build a substantial subscriber list and still be going strong ten years later?

Today I’ll discuss three things “Recipe Girl” does well that will help you create better information products…no matter what the format your info-product takes (books, webinars, speaking, coaching etc.)

Click here to continue reading…

See you next time…unless I figure out how to automate that too,

Darcy Juarez, “Queen of Automation”   

GKIC Director of Marketing

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February 22, 2014

The Greatest Financial Gift You Can Give to Your Children

The Greatest Financial Gift You Can Give to Your Children

By Tom Dyson, publisher, The Palm Beach Letter

I wrote this essay for your children and grandchildren.
You’ve probably heard about America’s huge debt load. The U.S. government’s financial obligations now exceed $663,000 per American family. This burden will fall on the youngest Americans.
It’s unethical. It’s unfortunate. But it’s the reality.
With this giant financial obligation bearing down on them, it’s critical that now – right now – your children and grandchildren learn about money and finance. They need to know the basic principles… like how to be independent, why debt is dangerous, and how to grow money.
They don’t teach finance in schools. If you don’t teach them this knowledge, no one will. They call this financial illiteracy.
If our children are financially illiterate, they have as much chance of survival as a swordsman in a gunfight. There will be no mercy for the financially illiterate in the future. It’s likely these people will live as indentured servants to the government and its creditors.
But if our kids have a grasp of finance and its basics – and they obey its laws – they will grow up rich. They will be in a position to help other Americans, too.
Below, you’ll find the three vital financial concepts all children need to understand. Please pass them on to your children and grandchildren as soon as you can. I have three young children… And these three concepts are my starting point for their financial education.
First of all, our kids must know that they are not entitled to money or wealth… or anything for that matter, even Christmas presents. They must earn money. I want my children to learn that they shouldn’t expect anything to be handed to them. I don’t want them to rely on the government for their livelihood, like many people do right now.
So many people treat money and prosperity as an entitlement. The government even calls its welfare programs "entitlements." This word – and what it represents – gets stamped into young people’s brains. Kids act as if they are somehow entitled to toys, video games, and cars. But why should they be? Just because they have parents, it doesn’t mean they should get everything they want… or anything at all, for that matter.
I plan to regularly remind my children of this when they are old enough to understand it. And I’m not going to pay my kids an allowance. An allowance would reinforce the sense of entitlement. They can make money by earning it: doing the dishes, making their beds, mowing the lawn… there are a million things. My wife and I will pay them for doing those things. But I’m not going to just give them money.
The second concept our children need to understand is debt. Debt is expensive. If you abuse it, it will destroy you. Like the entitlement mentality, debt is an enslaver. It robs you of your independence. I avoid debt in my personal life… and when I’m choosing investments.
The best way to illustrate the cost of debt is to calculate the total amount of interest the debt generates in dollars over the lifetime of the loan, instead of looking at the interest rate (like most people do). Once you look at it like that, you can see how expensive borrowing money really is.
For example, say you borrow $100,000 with a 30-year mortgage at 7%. Over 30 years, you’ll end up paying $140,000 in interest to the bank. In the end, you’re out $240,000 for a house that cost less than half that. Not a good deal.
The third thing our kids need to learn is the power of compound interest and the best way to harness it.
Compound interest is the most powerful force in finance. It is the force behind almost every fortune. The brilliant Richard Russell calls compound interest "The Royal Road to Riches." And it’s mathematically guaranteed.
Let’s say, for example, you have $100 earning 10% annual interest. At the end of a year, you’ll have $110. During the second year, you’ll earn interest on $110 instead of $100. In the third year, you’ll earn interest on $121… and so on. This is the power of compound interest. The numbers get enormous over time, simply because you’re earning interest on your interest.
Because time is the most important element in compounding, it’s an incredibly powerful idea for children to understand. They have the ultimate edge in the market: the time to compound over decades.
The stock market is the best place to earn compound interest. You buy companies that have 50 years or more of rising dividend payments ahead of them. Then you let the mathematics work.
As soon as my kids are old enough to understand some arithmetic, I am going to sit down with the classic compounding tables and show them which stocks they have to buy. I’ll use Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, and Philip Morris as examples.
Another very safe place to save and compound your money is our "Income for Life" strategy. It involves using a uniquely designed, dividend-paying, whole life insurance policy from a mutual life insurance company. This type of policy is one of America’s best-kept and most misunderstood secrets.
After that, assuming they have the discipline to follow through, they will get rich. There’s no doubt about it.
In sum, you have the responsibility to educate your kin about finance. If you don’t, no one else will, and they will suffer for it.
Encourage them to work hard and avoid the entitlement mentality. Teach them the power of compound interest and explain the dangers of debt.
If you do this, you will equip your kids and grandkids to survive financially in the difficult circumstances ahead. You’ll provide them with something that nobody can place a price on: the power of independence.


> Marketing Review,Training — Wes @ 2:15 pm

October 23, 2013

Small Business Tip of the Day: The Refreshing Truth About Technology and Making Money

The Refreshing Truth About Technology and Making Money
By Joshua Boswell

Social media. Mobile media. Trip wire marketing. Email Campaigns. Search Engine Optimization. Shopping Carts. E-commerce. Hosting. Servers. Tablets. Smartphones. Digital Delivery. Java. HTML5.

I could go on for hours, listing all the different, complicated technologies and devices that so many Internet marketing experts tell us we "must have" to make money online.

But, the reality is … neither you or I are going to be able to conquer and stay endlessly current with the latest, hottest, most amazing stuff out there.

This fact has really bothered me. And, in listening to many Carefree Entrepreneur subscribers, it really bothers you as well.

How can you and I possibly make money online, if we can’t keep up with all the new stuff? And, not only that… how do we know who to believe… what’s real… and what’s just the latest passing fad?

I decided to turn to my mentor and good friend Mark Ford (you’ll know him by his pen name, Michael Masterson) and get his opinion on the matter.

I think his insights will be extremely valuable to you. Actually, he shared these with me and the entire Carefree and AWAI leadership team. Katie Yeakle responded back stating plainly … "This is a Master’s course in Business."

And, indeed it is.

Here are his profitable and powerful insights …

90% of the Internet marketing industry is a joke. It’s based on a myth. The myth is that employing technological gimmicks can make you rich. This is not true, but it continues to be sold by so-called "Internet Marketing Experts" – and bought by unsuspecting would-be online entrepreneurs.

The unfortunate reality is that 90% of Internet marketing experts are frauds. They are frauds because they only make money by selling this myth – not by selling legitimate business tools or ideas.

So, how can they get away with it? Because they know technology. And these guys know technologies because they are fundamentally nerds … technology nerds.

Over the last 10 to 12 years, while the Internet was changing the landscape of business, many of these nerds made a lot of money by exploiting their knowledge of specific Internet technologies.

But, most of them never learned anything important about business. They never learned the truth about sound business practices. And now, as technology has advanced to the point where these technologies are more user-friendly, these people – who were really nothing more than over-paid technical consultants who were giving advice about topics they knew nothing about – i.e., business – have become less and less useful.

Plus, as the market becomes more competitive, they are becoming less and less capable of acquiring new customers (people who foolishly believe in the myth of technology). And, that means we will soon be rid of them … which is a good thing.

Here’s the truth:

You can’t develop a real business by learning or applying gimmicks.

There is one thing that every entrepreneur needs to learn, and it is not optional …

It is 1,000 times more important than any one of these gimmicks.

If you have it, you can build empires.

Without it, expertise in 20 of these gimmicks will get you nothing.

What is it? The one thing you need to master is the Optimal Selling Strategy (OSS) for your business.

I believe that for every business, at any given time, there is one best way to acquire new customers. How you sell your product, service, or ideas – the specific decisions you make about presenting and pricing and talking about it – has a huge impact on whether you will be successful.

To take a business from zero to a million dollars (and beyond), you have to discover and implement your Optimal Selling Strategy.

When you have this, nobody can fool you with cockamamie marketing strategies or hollow technology gimmicks.

Rich Schefren – founder of Strategic Profits – is a tech nerd who actually understands business. He put it this way: "You have to learn the ‘what’ before the ‘how.’ People always ask me things like, ‘How do I do PPC? How do I do SEO?’ But, they don’t know WHAT – What are you going to sell? You need to know that first."

Mike Palmer – one of the world’s leading copywriters and sales strategists – put it this way: "Sales copy is king. Everything else is just gimmicks."

If you can learn and consistently implement your OSS, you can hire people to implement the rest. You can – and should – hire out all the technology.

I completely agree with Mark’s assessment.

I promised to show you how you can be "Techno-Smart … When You’re Not" and this is it.

The reality is that you – as the entrepreneur – don’t need to be caught up in the latest stuff. What you need to do is discover your Optimal Selling Strategy and then implement it.

Are there specific technologies you should be using? Yes, but only if and when you clearly see how they fit into your OSS.

In his book, Ready, Fire, Aim: Zero to $100 Million in No Time Flat, Mark outlines "Four Secrets of the Optimal Selling Strategy." This past week, during my webinar Converting Your Skills and Experience into Wealth, I talked about each of these four secrets.

Over the course of the next few weeks, we are going to give each area a focused analysis so you can be fully empowered to begin discovering your Optimal Selling Strategy.


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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 10:19 am

February 29, 2012

Home Business Tip of the Day: The "Formula" For Success

Tip of The Day:
The "Formula" For Success

"Would you like me to give you a formula for success? It’s quite simple, really. Double your rate of failure. You are thinking of failure as the enemy of success. But it isn’t at all. You can be discouraged by failure or you can learn from it, So go ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can. Because remember that’s where you will find success."
– Thomas J. Watson


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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 10:05 am

November 15, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: Sacrificing Clarity For The Wrong Reasons

Hey Fellow Entrepreneur,
We’re still on the topic of clarity today.
Now I may be starting to sound like a broken record on this topic, but I’m only doing it because it’s so important.

o It’s so important to your effectiveness in your business…
o To achieving the goals you set for yourself…
o To being able to focus on ONLY the most critical things to your success.

Without gaining clarity for yourself you lose all that and so much more.
And when you relinquish clarity to others you’re effectively selling yourself out.
That may sound a little harsh, but it’s the truth.
And another truth is, it’s not really your fault. There are reasons, I’ll share with you in today’s issue, that we do tend to hand over our responsibility of getting clarity to others.
But that doesn’t mean it’s O.K.
We all need to remind ourselves of the need to gain our own clarity.
Even me.
There’s a lot to share today, so let’s get busy.
To higher profits and beyond,

Sacrificing Clarity For The Wrong Reasons

By Rich Schefren

Since we’ve been discussing clarity the past couple issues, here are a couple more questions you can ask to help get it in the things you do…
When you finish whatever it is you’re undertaking, what do you hope will be true for you that hasn’t been true yet? What will be different? How would you know that your time was well spent? What would be different for you at the end? What will be true for you at the end?
Asking questions like these clarifies your goals in your mind. And when you do that, you naturally focus more on the things that are truly important for achieving your goal.
I want to backtrack just a little and re-emphasize the importance of clarity in anything you do.

Why We Sacrifice Clarity

Most people that I coach really lack the clarity they need when they walk into any situation. They rarely know what it is they’re trying to achieve and what they need to achieve it. And in the end, they never get what they want.
The reason for this lack of clarity isn’t because it’s hard to understand what it is you want and what it is you need and how to go get it. It’s because you’ve been trained your whole life to not think this way.
You’ve been taught to let an instructor or a guru give you the answer about what you need. And that’s simply not the best approach. Thinking that somehow an instructor or guru – a teacher in high school – a professor in college – even me, is supposed to take more responsibility for your life, your business, your success than you, simply won’t get you the results you want.
And if you walk into a situation without the clarity on what it is you’re expecting to get or why you’re expecting to get it or why you feel you need it to get what you want, then ultimately what you’re doing is putting responsibility for your success in the hands of someone else. You look to them tell you what it is you need and give you the answer that they think you need in order to progress. And I’m telling you that’s not the way a successful entrepreneur operate.

Let Me Share A Personal Story About This

I recently re-created the introductory webinar for my BGS program. It’s now a one-part webinar as opposed to two-parts. It’s been shortened to 2 1?2 hours as opposed to the 3 1?2 or 4 hours of the combined two part version. And so far so good. It seems to be really well received. Like it’s actually even more effective than our previous ones, so it was time well spent. A greater percentage of viewers are staying on longer and everything is going really well with it.
Now along those lines though, I was working with someone when I re-created this version. This time I was working with a gentleman by the name of Michael Cage whose name you may recognize if you’ve been watching some of my videos. I have a great amount of respect for Michael because I believe he is one of the few people that knows more about how to create high content webinars than I do. So I was very excited to get a chance to get his advice and have him work with me on it.
But during the creation process, I noticed I was even feeling some of these same feelings. I had a real desire for him to tell me what it was I needed re-creating this webinar. I was looking for him to be clear about the outcome that I wanted. I was looking for him to take over more and more of the responsibility for the outcome – even knowing everything I’ve just told you.
That’s because it’s the natural human condition to want others to tell us exactly what to do; to have our best interest at heart; and to just point us in a direction. While we can certainly get help as we go down a direction and even get advice on which direction, ultimately we have to realize that the responsibility of getting to our goals falls to us.
Anytime we hand over any of that responsibility someone else, we’re really giving away some of our power.

Getting Clarity Is Everyone’s Job

Now this isn’t the same as delegating or outsourcing. That’s assigning responsibility for an outcome, not responsibility for getting clarity to achieve your goals.
The point I really want to make here is that this is not just a problem of people who are opportunity seekers. It’s really something that everybody struggles with from time to time.
And you have to be aware of it. Because if you’re not, you tend to fall back on your old patterns, sacrificing clarity because you want the illusion of security. You want the illusion that someone else is working on your behalf. If you can believe that, you don’t have to embrace that reality of uncertainty because you think you’re gaining some degree of certainty by placing responsibility in the hands of the expert or the guru or the teach or the instructor or the professor.
And that’s just not the way you need to operate.
We’ll finish up this discussion in the next issue…

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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 1:57 pm

November 8, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: You’ve Probably Never Considered…

Two More Powerful Marketing Ideas
(You’ve Probably Never Considered…)

By Rich Schefren

Let’s press on with our discussion about improving your marketing.

So far we talked about putting yourself in your prospects shoes as the fastest way to understand what kind of value they are looking for. Then we talked about overcoming objections they’ll have once they get your message.

This week I wanted to finish up our marketing chat in a big way. But there’s a lot of ground I want to cover, so I’m going to have do it in two parts.

First I want to quickly go over the words that you can replace. From there we’re going to dig just a little deeper and dive into some human needs and show you how you can leverage them for more opportunities.

Little Words Make a HUGE Difference

We all make this mistake. I’m sure that you could find numerous examples where I’ve made it myself. But nonetheless it is important and something you need to keep in mind when creating a marketing message.

I’m talking about the power of certain words you use.

You see, there are words that increase the chances of a sale and there are words that will work against you in that regard. Let’s start with the biggest offender.

“Buy.” Buy is a word that is simply not ideal. People don’t like to be sold, so telling them to buy is a big turn off for your prospect.

So what can you use instead?

How about “claim?” Think about, “Discover how you can claim your special report” as opposed to “Buy your special report here.” Can you see and hear the difference?

You can use the word “invest.” “Your investment in this special report is backed by our iron-clad guarantee.” Or how about “enroll.” “When you enroll to get the information in this special report…”

This isn’t the be-all-end-all list, but you can see how they are an improvement over the word “buy.”

Don’t Make Your Prospect “Work”

Another word that can always be generally improved upon is “learn.”

People generally don’t like to learn. Learning is work. People much prefer to “discover.” Discovering is exciting. It implies “newness” or something that maybe no one else has seen or heard of before.

Or even better, if you are talking in kind of conversational tone, you could say “find out.” “Here’s how you can find out…”

Both words are less threatening to the prospect.

I sometimes see people use the word “things” in sales letters. As in “The five things you need to become…”

“Things” is a weak word. It’s very important to be specific in your marketing message. “Things” is just too vague. Tips, tricks, techniques, insights, secrets, strategies, insider tactics, etc. are all much better options than using “things.”

This list could go on forever. And I’m not going to spend the entire issue trying to create a comprehensive list. Suffice to know and understand that you have to be aware of the words you are using in your marketing.

If your words imply work on the part of your prospect or anything confrontational (like the “buy” example,) you should think twice about using a different word in its place.

The Secret Reason Everyone Buys…

Now, I want to share one more important marketing concept with you.

I’ve saved it for last because it can be immensely powerful. It can really be your ticket to multiplying how profitable, how big, how successful your business can be. And also accelerate how fast you get to your goals.

But before I get into it, I want to kind of give you the right context here. There are two important pieces of information that I want to share with you that I think will help you appreciate the value that I’m about to give you.

The first is from Porter Stansberry. Porter runs the largest division of Agora – Stansberry & Associates. His division has grown to nine figures in a very short period of time. That’s over $100 million dollars. Thanks to his division alone, Agora will break $600 million this year.

Porter once told me that people buy for emotional reasons, but those emotional reasons never get full satisfied. That’s important. Once you know what a buyer has bought in the past, you have a pretty good idea of what they will buy in the future.

So for example, I buy a lot of books. There are a lot of good business reasons why I buy them. But there’s also some emotional baggage I carry around.

Let’s say I buy all these books because my mother and father thought I was stupid. That’s not true but let’s just say that it was as an example. If that were the case, then I’m really buying all these books because I’m unconsciously I’m trying to prove that I’m smart.

Well if that’s the case, there is no book that’s ever going to fill that emotional need. There’s never going to be a book that I buy, read, and say, “Ah ha! Now I’m smart! I don’t have to buy any more books ever again.”

It’s that emotional need that never gets satisfied that a marketer can tap into time and time again. That’s important to realize. I think it’s pretty profound actually.

And what’s more, we’re all subject to these emotional needs in some form or another.

I want you to think about that for the next couple days.

What kind of emotional needs might prospects in your market have that you would be able to fill. Make a short list. When I come back in the next issue, I’m going to expand on this in much greater detail.


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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 12:23 pm

October 25, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: The “Million Dollar” Secret

Tip of The Day:
The “Million Dollar” Secret

It’s all about people. It’s about networking and being nice to people and not burning any bridges. Your book is going to impress, but in the end it is people… — Mike Davidson


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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 11:19 am

September 26, 2011