How to Use Multivariate Testing to Build the Ultimate Opt-in Form
30th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 14

How to Use Multivariate Testing to Build the Ultimate Opt-in Form

This guest post is by Adam Connell of Bloggingwizard.com. There’s a testing technique out there that’s not being used to its full potential—or even used at all by most website owners. Today I want to show you how you can use it to create the ultimate high-converting opt-in form. So ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Make an Offer they Can’t Refuse: 5 Tactics for Stronger Calls to Action
9th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 16

Make an Offer they Can’t Refuse: 5 Tactics for Stronger Calls to Action

This guest post is by Christopher Jan Benitez of PrintRunner.com. For site owners to increase their profit, they need to strengthen their calls to action (CTA). Websites earn from visitors who click on a button or banner. This leads them down the conversation funnel until they reach the end of ...more
Blog Design
Make Money From a Low-traffic Blog [Case Study]
20th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 31

Make Money From a Low-traffic Blog [Case Study]

This guest post is by Nathan Barry of Designing Web Applications. It seems like every day you read a story about a blogger who released a product to their audience and made a ton of money overnight. But then after you read more details about their story, you learn that ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Turn Twitter Followers into Blog Subscribers in 2 Steps
27th of July 2012 Guest Blogger 58

Turn Twitter Followers into Blog Subscribers in 2 Steps

This guest post is by Momekh of LifeETC. Too many interesting people out their are not using Twitter effectively. They may be using it to make solid connections, which is great, but they are not using it to directly build their own communities. I propose a little experiment. It won’t ...more
Social Media
Boost Conversions Step 5: Reach All Your Audience Segments
2nd of June 2012 Guest Blogger 12

Boost Conversions Step 5: Reach All Your Audience Segments

This guest post is by Kate Swoboda of The Coaching Blueprint. Go ahead—ask anyone, whether it’s a small business owner, a solopreneur consultant, or someone who’s determined to hit it big with their hand-made crafts: What action would you like people to take, as a result of visiting your website? ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Boost Conversions Step 4: Run A/B Tests, Tweak, and Refine
2nd of June 2012 Guest Blogger 1

Boost Conversions Step 4: Run A/B Tests, Tweak, and Refine

This guest post is by the Web Marketing Ninja. When it comes to conversion rate optimization, it’s easy to read about, and think about. But when it comes to actually running a test, most people are at a loss. It’s not that we don’t believe in testing; it’s that there’s barely ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Boost Conversions Step 3: Revamp Your Communications
1st of June 2012 Guest Blogger 8

Boost Conversions Step 3: Revamp Your Communications

This guest post is by Tommy Walker of Tommy.ismy.name. “How do I get more people to interact with my stuff?” It’s a question I ask myself constantly. I could go on all day about traffic strategies, guest posting, or any number of online marketing topics. But the truth is, at the ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Boost Conversions Step 2: Revisit Your Conversion Funnel
31st of May 2012 Darren Rowse 9

Boost Conversions Step 2: Revisit Your Conversion Funnel

In this, the second part of our short series on boosting conversions on your blog, it’s time to look at your conversion funnel. Yesterday, the Blog Tyrant showed us how to review our offer of a paid or free product or service. Through that analysis, you should be able to ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Boost Conversions Step 1: Review Your Offer
30th of May 2012 Guest Blogger 22

Boost Conversions Step 1: Review Your Offer

This guest post is by the Blog Tyrant. A few weeks ago I was sitting down to dinner with my big sister, and talking about one of my web businesses. “What’s your quotation success rate?” she asked me with a face full of pizza. “Pretty good,” I replied, sounding—I admit—pretty stupid. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips