The heart of any website is the content it contains. It’s what draws visitors, keeps them coming back and influences how the search engines (particularly Google) value your site.
A site that’s all bells and whistles with little or no real content will always be outperformed by a more plainly designed site that has content.
In other words, a site that has something to offer human visitors is what you need to strive for.
Many newbies to website building make the fundamental mistake of attempting to tailor their sites for the search engines, forgetting about the people who’ll (hopefully) be visiting them. The flaw is in thinking that because you get better …
Just a reminder that GVO is being opened to the public later today (Sept. 15th). This is your last chance to secure a spot above all those who join after the official launch. Get in here.
In the next couple of weeks you’ll start to hear a lot about GVO (Global Virtual Opportunities). No, it’s not another miracle health product. Kiosk are rebranding themselves and are launching a new all-in-one service that includes Kiosk Hosting, an Autoresponder, an Easy Video Producer Video service, and Hot Conference. If you’re familiar with these heavy-hitter internet marketing names – Mike Filsaime, Michael Cheney, Frank Bauer – it’s the hosting company they (and most of the other big boys) use.
If you use my SiteBuilder Elite software, I can confirm that you can build SBE sites on their webservers (I’ve built a couple of sites already). IonCube is installed by default, so …
If you bought my SiteBuilder Elite website authoring package, you’ll know that I recommend Hostgator as a webhost. Why them and not GoDaddy who are a huge brand in the web hosting business?
Well, first off, I have used both hosting platforms so I have good experience of both. For me, however, GoDaddy is all about making people aware of their brand and not providing an end product that’s good enough. It’s a classic example of style over substance.
So why have I come to this conclusion?
My name is Gary Nugent and welcome to my blog. I have been an internet and affiliate marketer since 2004 and I now make a full time living online.
It’s been a hard slog to get where I am today, with a steady income each month. I’ve tried many things over the years, most of which didn’t work out for me personally. And I’ve spent tons of money on courses (physical products with CDs and DVDs), online courses, e-books and have a drivefull of useless crap (products and bonuses) that I’ve acquired over that time.
One of the most useless courses I bought was one that taught me how to build e-commerce …
Wordtracker is probably the most popular keyword analysis tool in use today and allows users to assess keyword traffic and keyword competition.
How Wordtracker works
free version of Wordtracker finds the number of searches using a different search engine – AltaVista. Paid versions of Wordtracker allow users to choose Google, MSN, Yahoo, etc.
WordTracker. The first thing you can look at is their free trial. It’s great for getting a feel for how the system works, but I wouldn’t recommend it for any kind of serious project.
Beyond that, you can sign up on a daily, weekly, monthly or annual basis.
The paid version has a lot of extra features that …