Internet Business Tool Center Tool of the Week: Outgoing Links

traffic 4Tool of the Week: Outgoing Links

When you place important information on your website, post or pages, the search engines expects that you will link to other important information on the web. Your page rankings can be lower if you fail to link off your site. However, you do not want to link directly to a competitor. It is best to link to information sites that have useful unbiased information.

Where to link to (thanks to http://www.shoutmeloud.com/seo-benefits-and-tips-for-outbound-links.html) :

• Links to pages which actually add value and cover the topic really well.
• Link to blogs having good PR or Successful blogs.
• Link to the bloggers in your networks or same niche, this will help you to create community with fellow bloggers.

Read the reference article for a more comprehensive discussion on outbound linking.

John


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John T. Jones, Ph.D. is a retired engineering professor and executive from a Fortune 500 Company who has been in Internet Marketing for many years. He lives in Buhl, Idaho.

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Tool of the Week: JAAXY Keyword Tool Again

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John T. Jones, Ph.D.

John T. Jones, Ph.D.

Why I Promote JAAXY

One of the reasons that I promote JAAXY is the same reason I promote many other things, to gain a small commission. But that is not the main reason I promote JAAXY. I promote JAAXY because it is the premier keyword tool for affiliate marketers.

I have many friends that are affiliate marketers and I know that JAAXY will help them achieve higher page rankings by the search engines.

JAAXY Gives Accurate Information

JAAXY gives accurate information, more accurate than some other keyword tools.

JAAXY Suggests Affiliate Programs

It will help you to find affiliate programs that you can use to earn income. And it will lead you to a search that is both effective in increasing traffic to your site and in increasing your income.

Get 30 Free Keyword Searches

When you go to JAAXY, you can receive 30 FREE keyword searches. That will show you the power of this affiliate marketing keyword tool.

JAAXY was developed by Wealthy Affiliate University, the premier affiliate marketing website on the Internet. The owners of Wealthy Affiliate, Kyle and Carson, are very experienced Internet marketers. They developed this tool for their own needs as well as the needs of WA members.

John

Give it a try right now!


P.S. As a member of JAAXY, you automatically join their affiliate program. Commissions will easily pay for your membership if you work as an affiliate.

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John T. Jones, Ph.D. is a retired engineering professor and executive from a Fortune 500 Company who has been in Internet Marketing for many years. He lives in Buhl, Idaho.

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Nobody Is Buying The Stuff I Promote! Why?

Market 1Why That Guy Didn’t Buy!

He may be buying the products, just not from you. This assumes you have adequate traffic to your site but your site is not effective in converting prospective buyers to customers. Here are some reasons:

1. They don’t know you from Adam.

You need to establish yourself first as an expert in the area that you are promoting.

2. You’re presenting your stuff to the wrong market.

You need to narrow down your target to people who want what you have to buy, need what you have to buy, have money jingling in their pockets.

3. You do not give your reader enough information.

If you’re in a grocery store, you can pick up a frying pan and look at its construction carefully and decide if you want it or not. In Internet marketing, you must be the eyes and hands of the reader. You must give him the details of the product that he needs.

4. You do not use expert photographs of the product and you fail to to link to the pictures.

You need images from different angles so that the potential buyer can see exactly what he is getting.

5. The product simply does not meet the needs of your reader.

You somehow convinced him that the product was not for him. It looks too flimsy. It is the wrong color. It is ugly. It probably won’t work. It is your job as a promoter to overcome these objections before hand.

6. You give your reader no way to contact you with questions.

I have an Etsy store. It is set up so customers can ask me questions and they do. They cannot contact you, the questions are not answered. You will not get the sale.

7. You do not give your customer a choice between product.

You do not rate your products against other products. Your customer leaves the store.

8. You have forgotten that people are selfish.

You forgot to appeal to that selfishness, that self-aggrandizement, how much better they will feel or look, etc.

9. You forgot that people have emotions that drive them to action.

You didn’t tell them to hurry or they might miss out. You didn’t tell them the product is new and one-of-a-kind and will give them an advantage over others.

10. You didn’t ask for the sale.

You must do that!

Tell us what you know and have learned about this subject. This is just a start.

John

John T. Jones, Ph.D.

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Thought for the Day: Aesop

Aesop (maybe)

Aesop (maybe)

He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own. Aesop

Affairs are easier of entrance than of exit; and it is but common prudence to see our way out before we venture in. Aesop

A 1A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth. Aesop

Aesop: (620–564 BC) was an Ancient Greek fabulist or story teller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop’s Fables. No writings remain, just retold tales.

John

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John T. Jones, Ph.D. is a retired engineering professor and executive from a Fortune 500 Company who has been in Internet Marketing for many years. He lives in Buhl, Idaho.

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Important Announcement: Black Friday Deal for WA Extended

Black Friday Wealthy Affiliate Deal Extended Until December 4, 2014 11:59 PM

Kyle and Carson at WAU decided today to re-open the low-cost membership offer becausesome folks missed the first offer by a day. The Black Friday Sale will now end on December 4th at 11:59 PM PST.

John

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John T. Jones, Ph.D. is a retired engineering professor and executive from a Fortune 500 Company who has been in Internet Marketing for many years. He lives in Buhl, Idaho.

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Thought for the Day: Refuges

Ebola 2Let’s Help Refuges

Because our world is in such chaos, there are millions of refugees. Many risked their lives traveling through horrid country trying to get away from war. Refugees running from the dreaded Ebola are spreading the disease as they go. It’s a very sad state of affairs.

Let’s do what we can to support these refugees. Probably the best way is through the United Nations.

John

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John T. Jones, Ph.D. is a retired engineering professor and executive from a Fortune 500 Company who has been in Internet Marketing for many years. He lives in Buhl, Idaho.

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IBTC Tool of the Week: Niche Market Ideas

Finding a Niche is Hard for Some

Over the years I’ve watched many newcomers who enter the Internet world struggle to find a niche market. The simple concept that a niche market is just a small market within a larger market does not help them.

I send them to DMOS and I have them dig down into the categories. But some don’t want to do that.

I send them to Amazon to dig down into the Amazon categories and find what the buyers are looking for. They don’t do that either.

I send them to ubersuggest.org to find keywords and phrases that will ease into a niche market. They don’t do it.

I tell them to dig into their past experiences, their hobbies, their likes and dislikes, their passions, their skills, their interests, their education, but they still can’t find a niche market where people with pockets full of money are eager to buy.

Your Niche Site May Not Be a Store

Some think that a niche market is a store and that you need to sell something. Well unless you have your own products, you don’t have to sell, you shouldn’t even try to set, you simply promote. But no one is going to follow your lead to click on a link where you might make a buck, unless you are fulfilling a need, a want, or a solution to a problem.

That means that you must write meaningful content and I mean lots of it. If you want people to follow you, then you must be a leader, one who works with in the niche and wants to communicate with and help others of like interest.

JAAXY 1One way to find that niche is to break out a keyword tool and to start digging. Then you look at the competitive sites to see what they are doing. Then you see how you can make a site that is a bit different from the others so that you will gain a certain group of followers.

Too many people fail at Internet marketing when they don’t have to. It’s because they don’t want to pay the price. It requires a lot of study and hard work. It requires communicating with other marketers.

Some think that making money on the Internet is automatic. It is in the case where you take an existing business onto the Internet and you have a long email list of customers.

What My Family Is Doing

One of my sons has done this twice, selling the first business and starting a new one. And my grandmother’s make a lot of money on the Internet because they design and produce their own products which they sell at their ETSY store. Even I, have an ETSY store.

I also sold books for many years and I had hundreds of flagpoles drop shipped to those who came to my website. But if you are an affiliate marketer, things take a little more time to develop. Right now I’m enticing folks to go to Amazon. If they buy something, I get a commission. Most Internet sales are made during this holiday season so I post every day.

16 Most Additive Sites

Now here is a hint. Take a look at these sites. It may give you an idea for a niche: http://piledhigher.com/

(You want the post on Stumble Upon 16 Most Additive Sites.)

If this doesn’t  give you an idea for a new niche, I don’t know what will.

John

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John T. Jones, Ph.D. is a retired engineering professor and executive from a Fortune 500 Company who has been in Internet Marketing for many years. He lives in Buhl, Idaho.

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