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Commentluv Premium Final Days

These are CommentLuv Premium’s final days, as you know it. Andy is selling the premium version of his famous Commentluv plugin for 50% off and there’s only a few days left before the sale ends. This is a one time offer! Once it expires all future Commentluv Premium owners will have to pay for updates! This is your absolute last chance to get your hands on the most popular plugin on the internet at this price. Once the sale is over Andy has decided to to move the plugin to a new subscription payment system. So, rather than a one off payment with lifetime updates you will have to “pay a recurring subscription to receive plugin updates! Plugin updates like the new fancy anti spam stuff. The tag twitter users functions. The advanced comment actions and other magic that will be added in the future.’ We all know how Andy…

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Scarcity Samurai Multiplying Your Profits

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One of the smartest moves I’ve ever done was when I went out and bought Market Samurai! Not only has it helped me with my SEO when it mattered, it also automatically signed me up for their newsletters which has a lot of useful information, but more importantly it allowed me to become a beta tester for the latest product, Scarcity Samurai. You’re probably wanting to know what it does and don’t worry, I’ll get to that, I’ll even show you an example on this very blog, but before I go there let’s talk about why you may not be getting the conversions that you would like on your blog. One of the biggest problems we have when marketing is that we’re not able to get that sense of urgency over to the prospective buyer. Even if we say on the sales page that the offer is limited it doesn’t…

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WordPress Plugin That Improves Your Bounce Rate

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Google is important to a whole lot of people, some for supplying traffic and others for putting money in their pockets. Even when Google sends you traffic your chance of using that traffic well depends on how long they spend on your site. The longer they stay on your site the greater the chances are that they will click on something or heaven forbid, actually buy something. This all has to do with your bounce rate. The quicker they bounce the less likely they will convert. I did a post on improving your bounce rate some time ago so I won’t be going off and repeating myself in this post. Nope this post is all about introducing a WordPress plugin, something that I also did in the above mentioned post, one which you really should check out .  Check out the image below. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2012

Yeah, I know, that heading is a little on the long side but I just felt it was necessary because it explains exactly what this post is all about. The thing to remember about your blog is that, where advertising is concerned, there are areas on your blog that can be considered advertising real estate. These areas include the header, footer, sidebars and within the post itself. Of all the areas the ones considered most valuable are the ones above the fold. The first time I saw the term ‘above the fold‘ I didn’t have a clue what they were talking about. I now know that when people talk about something being above the fold they are referring to the section of your blog, or web page, that is visible on your screen before you start scrolling down. Everything else is below the fold. If you look at my Well Blog Me…

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A Review Of The BackupBuddy Plugin

There are a lot of bloggers out there who have written a post about their ten most essential WordPress plugins, or something along those lines, and I can assure you that almost every one of them would have included in that list a backup plugin. I’m also pretty sure that the plugin most of them would recommend is Austin Matzko’s WordPress Database Backup. Heck, that was always my plugin of choice until something went wrong with one of my blogs and I had to restore my last backup Yep, the biggest flaw in that plugin is there is no restore function. I always thought that because I had that plugin everything was sweet until I needed to restore that blog. Sure the plugin saved my butt as it at least gave me a database to restore but it took me a lot of Googling and a bit of stressful manipulation…

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Andy’s IM Graphics Plugin Review

I have gotten a lot of emails from people who say that although they love the FlexSqueeze theme the fact that they’ve just purchased a professional theme of their own prevents them from outlaying anymore money on another one. Even so they wish their theme had the ability to incorporate professionally designed images right into their posts or sales / landing pages and, pretty please, is there a plugin or something that would allow them to have at least that portion of flexibility that FlexSqueeze has. Unfortunately I’ve had to disappoint them all by answering in the negative, until now. Rather than emailing them all with the good news, an impossible feat as I’ve deleted most of their emails, I though the next best thing is to write a post about a plugin I’ve just purchased that will allow them to do just that. Why buy it when FlexSqueeze already…

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A Recap Of 2011 And Best Wishes For 2012

The year is almost up and I feel it’s time for a little reflection on all that has transpired over the last 365 days. I started the year with my post Are Your Goals For 2011 Achievable?, the first of 115 posts for the year. That particular post outlined why I believed so many people were failing in their objectives to making an online income and what they should do to maximize their online income potential. The first money making post for the year goes to How To Make Money Off A Popular Post where I introduced you guys to MediaPass, a site that allows you to turn those popular posts into virtual income generating articles. I am happy to report that there are some who have signed up under me who are doing very well through it adding even more to my source of passive income and for that…

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How To Really Improve Your Bounce Rates

First off I want to give credit where credit is due and in this case it goes to a post my mate Mitch wrote called Too Many Tags And Categories? That particular post, one that I recommend you read, refers to a blog Mitch had read where the blogger claims to have reduced his bounce rate to 2% :bigsurprise_ee: :flush_tb: The thing about that bloggers post that caught Mitch’s attention was when the blogger mentioned that smaller tags and tag clouds were beneficial because it allowed the reader to focus on what the blog is really about. I’m assuming that having a huge amount of tags would confuse the reader causing him to leave without searching any further. Will Tags Decrease Your Bounce Rate? The question is whether or not having a tag cloud decreases your bounce rate? Personally I feel that they are next to useless and the space would…

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