Welcome to the fourth iteration of my Q&A on all things digital. Ask any question below and I’ll answer over the weekend. If I don’t know, I’ll do my best to point you in the right direction or state that I don’t know.
This Q&A will be open for 48 hours and I’ll be answering them intermittently throughout Saturday-Sunday.
Questions asked tonight will be answered tomorrow when I get back to my computer. (I’m actually taking a hiatus away from my computer to have dinner and drinks.)
Working on my first affiliate site and I'm working on a sustainable content strategy to be able to keep up growth over the next few months. How do you suggest we balance word counts, affiliate or "sales" posts vs information-only content, and research.
I've watched a few videos from guys like Miles Beckler that give a general idea on how to balance those things, but I'm curious what your take is.
Just purchased Nano S….is it enough storage for BTC,ETH,LINK? Or should i just purchase Nano X?
I have a couple of sites I am planning. Have silos mapped out and kw research done. What are your thoughts on purchasing an existing site or expired domain to build on? I have built an affiliate site so I have at least some experience.
If purchasing a site is worth considering, are there any good places besides flippa and empire builders to look?
I'm a physician. Financially stable/well off. We've moved my 10 yo daughter into homeschooling and I want to work with her to start an online revenue stream. I know next to nothing about online biz, but I can work night and day to learn. What is the easiest business model/strategy/topics/skill sets to start researching?
Do you write content yourself or outsource? If the former - what is the process from start to finish and what tools do you use (KW research/writing/publish etc.)
I'm from India, and I'm trying to figure out how to start earning money online.
I have three options:
1) start affiliate website - but I have no clue how to pick a niche
2) start an anon twitter account and try to sell (as an affiliate) product of top influencers
3) learn a skill and try freelancing on upwork
Any suggestions? Since I'm in India even $100 a month on the side (I have a job) is good money.
NGMI question but using one of your examples from the starting your first website article, if you found a good affiliate marketing offer for a lamp, is the idea to basically just make a website with one page that raves about that lamp? Do you just keep getting different AM offers for different lamps and turn the whole site into a bunch of lamp reviews? Or is it just a one-and-done webpage for the one offer?
If I want to go down the path of affiliate marketing, is there a need to validate my site at all with paid traffic and what would the purpose be? Drive specific affiliate conversions or test if effort put forth on the site going forward is worth it?
At this point, I want to only write content and see where this takes me. Is any type of validation necessary if I am just blogging and creating content with numerous posts to promote various product or service offers and why?
Based on what I understand, I believe driving traffic is more relevant for potential development of a unique app, product or service rather than being an affiliate. Am I thinking about the validation step / process correctly?
When I send a link to my posts (e.g. submit to a newsletter), should I always add UTM parameters myself in the link I send? Is there an easy way to build the full link without doing it by hand?
Hey Opossum - Recently started my first site and have been spending time backlogging content to post. Do you recommend posting everything I have at once (~10 articles), or should I create some sort of regular posting schedule?
Any recommendations on how to analyze a niche to see how quickly you can rank on the SERP?
You are still sharing premium Generatepass theme?
What is your daily workstation? Mac or PC and why?
what's best resource for landing page conversion improvement?