With the ever need to get your website seen, social bookmarking is a great way to get more traffic. So what is it. Well, it’s a little like you bookmarking a page in your browser, but instead of you it being your browser, you are going to a social media site and your bookmarking your site in their list of bookmarks. Make sense? So imagine you having access to mark zuckenburgs iMac, you open his browser and you book mark your page in his browser. Well your kinda doing that. But not booking marking in the browser, but in the site itself.
So now the challenge is there are a growing number social media sites and bookmarking your site in each one is a timeconsuming process.
That brings me to Onlywire. There are many tools to help you, but I find Onlywire to by the only one required. It takes some setting up, but you can get someone on fiverr to do it for a er.. Fiver.
Wow, I was delighted to spend yesterday coaching some great people on how to get their increase their customer base, improve profitability, help more people, earn more all whilst freeing up their time. Using my 90 customers in 90 days strategy and coupling with information product creation, you can grow your business with a sustainable future. Creating information products is a great way to add a passive income, but where do you start and how do you apply it to the real world? We see so many “product creation in five minutes” gurus, preying on desperate businesses and individuals, it’s hard to know what’s real and what isn’t. More haste and less speed is my philosophy.
1)Take Action, all the courses in the world can only give you confidence and knowledge but you need to do it.
2) Research, your market. Whether your business is online or offline, you need to research where your audience is. Niche down and specialise.
3) Create. Get on with it. Ensure you understand the value of your offer and build into a value ladder, who a strategy in mind.
4)ensure your system is working, it’s only 6 pages for your website.
5) launch on ramp up. Build anticipation, have a party get people wanting it.
6) market it. Paid traffic is best, but there are many free techniques to get your message out there. Best way is to ensure you offer value. Use market places (clickbank, jvzoo, amazon etc) with traffic.
7) test adapt and evolve.
So here is a little test. Been playing with integrating WordPress into a none WordPress site. The guys back at my office (Wooshka) have done a good job and getting this to work. Over the next few weeks, I’m going to play with different styles and responsive web sites and see the impact on the site using mobile and tablet technology.
So whats wrong with WordPress you may ask. Nothing it’s fab… I personally prefere blogger as its easier on the eye, but wordpress is a great platform. But you have to fit you site into the designed theme. Change the structure and the theme collapses. It’s ok if you can spend time developing, but that means a cost. So for the time being, let’s see how this integration goes!!