Home » Affiliate Marketing » [Case Study] How I Made $16,433 With One Product And How Can You Do the Same? Recently when Harsh Agrawal wrote about our affiliate partnership with Bluehost that has helped me to make over $16,000 in income, most of the readers were really excited to know how I made it. So I’ve decided to write an exclusive post around it to help affiliate marketing beginners to do the same. Are you curious to know more about it? Let’s get into it. I know majority of the people create blogs to make money. There’s nothing wrong in that. Most professional bloggers say that don’t start blogging unless you have passion. But in reality, if you don’t have a clear idea on making money from your blogs, you won’t succeed no matter how passionate you are. That’s the harsh truth about making money online. When it comes to monetizing a blog, there are a gazillion ways to make money. Out of all of them, there are only a … [Read more...] about [Case Study] How I Made $16,433 By Selling One Affiliate Product?
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When I was a brand new freelance writer, I started marketing my services on Twitter because my mom recommended the platform (seriously — she’s super cool). She works in author promotions and got me started with some of her own tips and tricks. Now, I’ve slowly adapted them into my own strategy of getting freelance writing clients on Twitter. Opens in a new tab: How To Start Your Freelance Writing Career – A Real-Life Case Study And to this day: No other social media platform has found me as many clients as Twitter. Here’s how I do it… My complete strategy to get freelance writing clients using Twitter Step 1: I follow my niche. Every day, I spend some time following people and businesses related to my writing niche (digital marketing). I can search for those niche-related keywords on Twitter and then click over to “Accounts”. I started out with ManageFlitter because the basic version was free. Once I connect my Twitter account, I … [Read more...] about [Case Study] How I Get Clients For My Freelance Writing Business Using Twitter
Google’s PageRank is undoubtedly one of the most hyped SEO (Search Engine Optimization) term. Webmasters and SEOs around gave a lot of importance to it until mid 2000s. But again the question is: Is the PageRank dead? In one word: No, it’s not dead (at least that’s what my sense says). Before I move on I assume that you already know how Google Search works. Google PageRank: Should You Increase Your PageRank? I’m not going to say exactly what a PageRank is (or how is it calculated) as it involves some jargons and it’s irrelevant here. According to Wikipedia, Google PageRank is a link analysis algorithm, named after Google’s Larry Page. That said, Google PageRank is nothing but a number ranged from 0 – 10 which is Google’s opinion about how reputable a web page is. Its like a score that Google gives you but its called a rank. It’s not just about the backlinks to your web page but about how important those links are. Google determines … [Read more...] about Case Studies, Myths & Facts
Last month I wrote an article on how to remove dates from search engine results, and this one month has given me enough data to share this case-study with you. In my earlier article on how to recover from Google Panda, I mentioned that removing dates had a positive impact on the overall search engine ranking. This created a lot of buzz in the blogosphere & many bloggers reached out to ask for more data on this. Before you remove the date from your blog post ( Do read the hat tip at the bottom), go through every word written in this article. It was a risky thing to do a case-study on ShoutMeLoud, as it’s my main source of income. Anyhow, I thought of having a little fun & decided to do a SEO case study by removing & re-adding the dates. I put the dates back on my blog posts to see the effect in search engine ranking. This case study will allow me to illustrate for you how my blog traffic was impacted, and to explore some possible solutions to … [Read more...] about Effect of Showing Dates on Search Engine Ranking [Case Study]
As a blogger, there are a few questions that are always on your mind. For example: How do I improve my blog’s search engine rankings? How do I get my blog to be noticed? What is the ideal length of a blog post? Obviously you have turned to the Internet to research ways in which you can improve your blog, which is why you are reading posts from ShoutMeLoud such as this one! I, too, have been constantly studying and researching for the past five years, and I have been sharing the information I’ve learned and the tips I have developed during that time on this blog. In today’s post I will discuss a topic which is not often raised but holds a major role in the overall SEO and growth of your blog. This post will change the way you look at your blog comments, as I share with you one case study that educated me about how blog comments play a major role in raising your content ranking. Can blog comments help in … [Read more...] about Effect Of Comments On Blog Traffic : Case-Study