Keywords. They’re one major aspect to SEO and online marketing that many people are simply unable to figure out. Maybe some people figure that the best keywords are the ones receiving the most searches – they assign keywords to their YouTube recipe videos that don’t belong in the niche, keywords like “Katy Perry video” or “laughing baby.”
What if you could sell products online without having to invest in the web presence necessary to sell them? What if you could act as a middle man that generates sales for someone else, collecting a commission along the way? What if for every dollar you spent in advertising, you earned two dollars back in affiliate sales?
One of the chief mistakes that many people new to the idea of marketing online make is to assume that online marketing is entirely different from traditional marketing. After all, people figure, if the Internet is so new, shouldn’t it be easy to stake your claim in Internet real estate and rake in the big bucks?
It’s just common sense: when you want to sell something, you make sure that what you’re selling looks as enticing as possible. If you’re selling a house, you make sure that the house is clean when you show it to other people, and that the landscaping looks neat and fresh. It’s not so different in the online world… Read More »
The formula is pretty simple: you’re not a bull. So when you see red, you stop. The problem is, not everything is always as cut-and-dry as a traffic light. If only the world of buying and selling websites were that easy.
If you’re new to the world of buying domain names at sites like WebsiteBroker.com, then there’s a good chance that one very fundamental question still has to be answered for you. It’s the question posed in the title of this article, and the question that we’ll be working on answering over the next several paragraphs.