Posted: May 2nd, 2011 | Author: Andrew Collinson | Filed under: Internet Marketing, Personal Growth | Tags: Assets, Bill Gates, Biographies, Entrepreneur, Happiness, Inspiration, Inventor, Love, Money, Peop, People, Photo Distribution, Profile, Richard Branson, Roger Hamilton, Sergey Brin, Strengths And Weaknesses, Talents, Warren Buffet, Wealth Dynamics | No Comments »
We all want greater wealth in our lives,and by wealth I don’t just mean money but the wealth of happiness that comes from doing what we love and benefiting others.
One way of increasing our wealth is to look at people who have made it and then copy what they do.We could read the biographies of people like Richard Branson or Bill Gates and draw inspiration from them.The trouble is we will only succeed ourself if our wealth profile is the same as the person we are seeking to emulate.
We could take Gates and someone like Warren Buffet and see they are two totally different people yet both have amassed huge wealth.Which one do we follow?Well to answer that we need to discover our own wealth dynamic.
This could take along time but fortunately Roger Hamilton of Wealth Dynamics has done all the work for us.
He has created the wealth dynamics test and you can take it yourself now by clicking here.
In the test Roger identifies differing types of entrepreneur and gives example of each.Bill Gates in a Creator,Warren Buffet is The Accumulator Sergey Brin is the Lord to name but a few.
Until you know what your wealth dynamic is you could be spending years trying to build a business that is not suited to you unique talents.Find the right one and you could accumulate wealth very quickly.
So I invite you to take a short test, to discover your wealth profile which could knock years off your path to riches.
I took it myself and found that I am a Lord! A Lord is someone who accumulates wealth by leveraging assets they do not necessarily control such as photo distribution.Someone else takes the photo and remains the copyright holder but the Lord sells it on via the internet and keeps a small commission.
If you are a great inventor of things then you will be a Creator like Gates.By taking the test you will learn not only your own profile but also what are the greatest strengths and weaknesses of that profile.This will be of massive use in helping you decide the people that need to be around you for your business to grow.
So take the test now. .It will only take about 20 minutes and your profile will be emailed to you.
Let me know how you get on and what your profile is.
Yours in mastery
Posted: April 20th, 2011 | Author: Andrew Collinson | Filed under: Internet Marketing | Tags: Climbing Rope, Derivative, Google, Google Keyword Tool, Inspiration, Keyword Phrase, Keyword Search Tool, Keywords, Mindset, Nbsp, Newbie, Niche, Search Result, Temptation, Traffic, Yahoo | No Comments »
Writing good content will always beat SEO because it is good content that Google is looking for.
That is why they have are now giving more weight to backlinks from sites with high page rankings because then they know the content must be good.
So what can you write about?
There is a temptation to go for a subject you are already an expert on and this makes sense most of the time,because less research is required.However it can sometimes be an advantage to pick a niche you know very little about but would have high monetization potential.
The advantage with this approach is you can get into the mindset of a visitor to your site who know little about the subject themselves but wants to learn more.So what questions would you ask if you were a newbie to a niche?The answers to those questions will form the content of your site.
If you need inspiration as to what questions would be asked go to Yahoo Answers and do a search on your niche.Somebody,hopefully,will be asking the questions you can give answers to.
What is your keyword phrase?
You must decide on your site concept keyword that will go in your URL if possible.This is a word that has good demand but not too much competition.You can use the Google Keyword Tool for that and as for competition just type the keyword into Google and under the search result you will get a number.If it’s not too big,under a million ,then you are in business.
It is important that there is depth in your keyword so any derivative of that keyword still gets good traffic.It is no use if your keyword has good demand but any derivative gets little traffic.You will have a very small website if you go after such as keyword.
After building up a good list of keywords that have your primary keyword in it,you want to find good keywords that are related to your keyword but do not have the keyword in it.An example would be a primary keyword of rock climbing having a secondary keyword phrase of climbing rope.
I use a website building system called Site Sell which has a great keyword search tool.It will pull in all the keywords that relate to your primary keyword phrase, some you just would not have thought of.
So do you keyword research first before you ever start thinking about SEO.If you keyword phrase gets no traffic or would be difficult to monetize then you should move on to another niche. Site Sell also has a great tool called Brainstorming which you can use when you know the general area you are looking at.It will bring back more specific niches which you can then research futher.
All this research may seem to take a long time,but believe me you will be glad you did when the money starts rolling in.