It’s been some time, but I’ve been catching up on re-podcasting some of my conference and WordCamp presentations. This one was originally done at WordCamp Orlando in 2014. I want to thank Syed Balkhi of WPBeginner for last minute inspiration on adding a question to my presentation that is often asked in regards to making[Continue Reading...]
Facebook Punishes Boring Brands and Advertisers?
Facebook punishes boring brands and advertisers? Well, its not really a punishment from Facebook as per an article at the Business Insider. It’s more that your audience isn’t interested in your advertisement. What the Business Insider is saying is that if your Facebook ad is not driving in traffic or click throughs, it will be[Continue Reading...]
Market On As Many Useful Mediums Possible
Sometimes when I see a social media consultant or a marketer, I get the strange feeling that they forgot about some important things when it comes to marketing, especially online. Marketing online is just another way to get your business out there to the masses. You can do this with television, billboards, pamphlets, business cards,[Continue Reading...]
Izea Acquires Be-A-Magpie.com… and?
Izea, known for its properties such as SponsoredTweets, PayPerPost, and others, recently acquired Be-A-Magpie.com. Basically “Magpie” is a paid to tweet services, just like Izea’s property, Sponsored Tweets. While I see this is great for Izea, is it really going to be good news for Sponsored Tweet publishers who are already complaining about the lack[Continue Reading...]
How to Smartly Sell Text Links On Your Site
You might have a great site or one that businesses out there are looking to buy text links on. It could be your traffic, and it could be that your site fits the niche they are looking for. Selling links on your site can be tricky, especially if you are selling “in house” links (meaning[Continue Reading...]
Adbrite.com Still Not Monitoring Who Advertises Through Them
The past few years I have tried out Adbrite on some of my fanfiction community sites. Why? Because their rates on paying were a little more attractive and getting payout was a little faster than Google Adsense. Sometimes it still is depending on placement of the ad, or if a site own is using a[Continue Reading...]