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8
Sep 2014

Do Most People Get It?

     Article by Sean Supplee

Over the last few months helping people build their business to the next level one thing has continued to come up. I wanted to share this with you because I have a strong feeling that most people online keep running into brick walls and just don’t get it. It’s honestly not your fault either with so much mix information out there and promises of riches for doing nothing it’s often hard to see the overall picture and what you need to be doing to make money online.

Now this tactic goes for just about any business online or offline so here is the quick 101 version of what you should be doing. I wrote a more detailed report you can grab by clicking here. Read more »


28
Aug 2014

Everyone is always talking about how the money is in the list. While this is true, since that statement was made many things have changed. The biggest of these changes being social networks and blogging. While you can use both of these platforms for building your email optin list what you might not have released is your followers and your blog readers are also part of your “list”.

Over the last few years social marketing via my fanpage found here at Sean Supplee’s fan page and my blog Read more »


7
Jun 2014

Recently I launched a site called Rapid Downline which is my own version and custom built algorithm designed to show members of it where the best converting and sales generating traffic sources are. Each week the report runs and based on point values for various tasks such as unique views, conversions (sign ups or opt ins) and sales a dollar value of total amount of sales generated from that traffic source.

Rapid downline currently goes over the top 20 Traffic exchanges and viral mailers and will be in a beta phase till July. Read more »


8
May 2014

Many of you reading this blog are already bloggers yourself or are affiliate marketers. You most likely are making a decent amount of money each month but if you changed a few things in your investment strategy you might be doubling or maybe tripling your income in the next few months.

The most common mistake bloggers make and affiliate marketers is taking all of the money they have earned and socking it away in their bank or go out shopping. (nothing wrong with treating yourself for your hard work) But what if you took 50% , 30% or even 10% of those earnings every month and invested it back into things like blog design, PPC, out sourcing or any other number of other traffic generating systems.

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7
Dec 2013

As many of you might know already that I am a huge Empire Avenue fan. This site has really helped me become more social and make wonderful connections that I would not of made otherwise. It continues to add on new features that are just exploding my reputation online and gaining me the exposure I need with new people.

One of the key parts of Empire Avenue I use is the ability to create missions. These missions can range from viewing Youtube videos, liking fan pages, just investing in the person and whatever your creative mind can think of. For doing these types of missions you earned what are called Evas a made up currency which is traded like a stock in others based on their social engagement.
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10
Oct 2013

Any business knows that their website is one of their greatest assets. Unlike most assets your website is an asset that continues to grow in value as your business grows. This being said the importance of having your social marketing tied into your website becomes even more important. Having share buttons such as Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and Pinterest are important but there is nothing saying your integration needs to take place off of your site. By building social directly into your site and allowing your visitors to share content, comment on content etc. directly from your site instead of leaving it proves more and more valuable.

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28
Sep 2013

 As the title says this post will go over social search optimization and how your interactions of social networks can improve your results in search engines. In fact many cases of live feeds on search engines that deal with they keyword being searched now show on searches allowing you to be ranked and in front of thousands just for engagement of users. Many marketing teams are split up into two sections, a social team which concentrates on things such as growing the audience, impressions and visibility which SEO marketing teams tend to focus on clicks, traffic and conversions. It is very important to know you need to merge both of these together and collaborate ideas in order to benefit from both worlds.

Google was the first to illustrate how social media and organic search could work together with the roll out of Google plus which takes information on what you liked and shares it with your friends via their search results. No two searches are alike anymore which really makes old school SEO obsolete and instead focuses more on social searching. This is where it becomes important to create content that is shared and easily shared by others.

Facebook entered into the search engine realm when they released what they call Graph Search. Graph search allows users to query their friends. This allows users to find information based on what their friends have liked. This step is geared to Facebooks next roll out which Mark Zuckerberg says will be a powerful new system that will change how we do social online. Bing has also worked closely with Facebook in creating their search results. It is a safe bet that Facebook is to Bing what Google + is to Google search results.

Creating Influence online has always been a goal of any company or marketing person. Programs such as Klout and Kred are powerful ways to build exposure for your business. These are all based on stats that are driven by one thing and that one thing is quality content that gets shared often. To start ranking for social search you need to rework your content to be content people would share with each other.

 


17
Sep 2013

Many people end up tracking their results with some type of third party software or tracking service. They use these services for tracking sign ups, visitors to sites, conversion rates and more. Often these services cost a good deal of money and lack in details compared to a tracking service that has been around for a long time. This traffic service that is free to use is called Google Analytics. The issue is most people do not understand the inner workings of their analytics account.

Google Analytics is a freeware program from Google that will track everything from payper click ads, visitors, referral traffic, search engine results, email messages and even links within Word and PDF files. This honestly is the only tracking program that gives you this amount of detail and its simple to set up. These metrics which if followed aid in improving your website, Monitoring factors like conversion rates, number of backlinks, level of engagement all help improve your search engines results.

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10
Sep 2013

2013 is hot with social networks and business have flooded the market to get there share of members to come to their business. Here is a list of 6 main networks and marketing tactics to look out for this year.

1. Yahoo! – Yup Yahoo is starting to make a come back and with new CEO Marissa Mayer the company is being totally rebuilt. Her main targets for the company are improving its search function, rebuilding their email service and also improving Flickr.

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26
Aug 2013

This year is all about content but maybe not content you might be used to. This is high quality content that is designed to be shared and spread across the world. Content such as videos and infographics are designed to be shared and done so easily. Content is still king and will remain that way for a long time. However creating great content with invested time, enjoyable reading, no spelling mistakes and more is content that will prevail. Here is a list of 6 tips on how to create content that will be shared.

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