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Pagerank How to Guides – Search Engine Results Domination

Pagerank how to guides are a dime a dozen on the web, and I don’t intend for one minute to waste your time telling you about some ebook I’ve written on the topic.  Waste-of-time.  What I will do on the other hand is tell you that I am doing well in my efforts to dominate search engine results for targeted keywords and I am willing to tell you exactly which tools I am using to do it.

If you are anything like me you’ve spent a considerable amount of time working for other people who neither appreciate you nor fully compensate you for your contributions.  As a result you’ve taken up internet marketing as a way to replace or enhance your income so you can live the lifestyle of your dreams.  If you’re coming to this page then you’ve either tried article marketing and are looking for guidance, or you’ve tried PPC advertising and gotten your wallet emptied and you’re looking for a new direction.  In either case, you’re in the right place.

I have had a great deal of success following the Deming method (Plan-Do-Check-Act) of continuous improvement in developing strategies to dominate search engine results.  In the posts and articles below you will see each and every piece of software I use and a description of why I find it useful.  I do have to say the three most powerful tools are WordPress Goldmine and One Week Marketing (the Plan phase), SENuke (the Do phase), and WebComp Analyst (the Check phase). 

In fairness I should disclose that One Week Marketing is one of the Pagerank How to Guides online.  Having said that, I’d have no clue how to do what I do without it and its author, PotPieGirl.

I should add that part of the PLAN phase is a TESTING phase.  I use USFreeAds (get the premium account – it’s well worth the $10/month – unlimited HTML ads) to throw schtuff on the wall quickly and see what sticks.

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1 Comment updated January 26, 2015

Writing as a Career Was Not How I Expected to Make Money Online

I never thought writing would be much fun as a career when I was in high school, in fact I pretty much dreaded all my assignments that had anything to do with reading or writing.  Now I try to write as much as I can and share as much as I can with friends and family on line, and I even have taken up writing as a career… in a roundabout way.  It’s really not work when you’re having fun doing it… and I’m having a lot of fun and some success.

Writing as a career certainly didn’t start out as my goal when I began thinking about starting my own web business, but it quickly became apparent that the best way to learn the web promotion business without losing your shirt in PPC advertising would be to learn Bum Marketing techniques.  What’s Bum Marketing?  Bum Marketing is a philosophy where you pay as little as possible to generate revenue from internet customers.  Notice I did not mention anything about getting traffic to your page or building a website.  Those come later – only AFTER you’ve found a money making niche. 

Most people do it the other way around (myself included).  We always put the cart before the horse.  I can’t tell you how many websites I’ve built, how many domains I’ve owned, how many hours and weeks I’ve spent programming websites (see my website masterpiece).  In reality what the web is really thirsty for – is good content.  After the mad scramble land grab for web real-estate people found that registering domains was expensive, and without traffic, extremely unprofitable.  So all the great content websites that had been backed by venture capital disappeared one by one until only a few extremely well funded advertising sites remained.  The largest of these was Google, which made the vast majority of  it’s money acting as a middle man between web advertisers and web content providers. 

Google understood early on that the key to sorting out all the sudden burst of activity was what they called relevance.  Think just a few years back before the dot-com bubble burst.  Do you remember what it was like to do a search in Yahoo?  You’d get page after page of Spam websites and postings, because they did not know how to filter the results for relevancy.  Yahoo may have been the first to get the search business, but ultimately Google dominated it because they punished websites with bad or Spam content.  If you want to understand Google you have to understand what relevant content is and then post it to a forum, web page or other site where it gets monitored and reviewed. 

That is how your content becomes relevant, and ultimately shows up in Google search results.  So now I write as much relevant content as I can under the guidelines of One Week Marketing, spin it and post it to as many sites as possible using SEnuke and otherwise try to spend as little as possible to promote my pre-existing sites like my people search business and

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No Comments updated April 23, 2009

One Week Marketing Training Product Review

One Week Marketing with PotPieGirl

One Week Marketing Membership with PotPieGirl - $97

One Week Marketing with PotPieGirl – $97 – One Week Marketing with PotPieGirl gathers a HUGE volume of information relevent to internet marketing on the cheap and puts it all into one package.  The One Week Marketing program is just what it says – it divides the tasks associated with putting together effective internet marketing campaigns into a program that can be accomplished every week.  The goal of the program is to establish an effective, targeting marketing campaign every single week for a year.  At the end of the year users of One Week Marketing should have ~52 campaigns running with several hundred targeted promotional pieces out on the web earning at least a little money each.  There is a stunning amount of material in this guide and it is focused on getting a single, focused, effective, marketing campaign out the door every single week.  Once you know what products and keywords to market, use this guide to develop and implement your campaign.

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1 Comment updated July 26, 2013