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What’s in your Basket?

What’s in your Basket?

During my earlier years as an Internet Marketer and would be web designer.. although I don’t necessarily class myself as a web designer as such, in that it’s not something I do for a living. Well that’s what I thought? The thing is if we are creating content which we then publish to the web.. that must mean we are web designers are we not? OK back to the real purpose of this post.. Way back in the days of dial-up...

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Theory of Relevant Criteria Part 6

In this final part to this video series on “The Theory of Relevant Criteria” we take a look at Google’s Webmaster Central, this should be an obvious choice for Internet Marketers, however many simply don’t know it exists. Remember all the Answers are already out there you just have to find them, before you click on the following link go grab yourself a cup of coffee and sit back and...

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Theory of Relevant Criteria Part 5

In part 5 we look at why we must decide what we want our website to do, it must have a definitive purpose. also highlighting the point that to make money as an affiliate, the more relevant your content is, the more likely you are going to attract buying customers. Quite often when people first start out as affiliate they tend to focus on too many products ranges at once, instead of keeping to just one, the key is to dominate that niche and...

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Theory of Relevant Criteria Part 4

In this video we will start to see the way Google looks at pages, although this is just a glimpse it will give you some indication of how Google and other search engines index pages of your website. I hope you find this useful. Please leave your comments below your feedback is important to me Thanks..

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The Theory of Relevant Criteria Part 3

The Theory of Relevant Criteria Part 3

In Part 3 we look at content and how visual impact can have a huge effect on the fact that your website can be completely ignored before the visitor even lands on any of your pages. Since Google introduced the spyglass feature to it’s results visitors can get a glimpse of your page before they even step foot on it, therefore if it does not look relevant then it’s unlikely they will clickthrough. (check out the video...

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