Ok, so it's clearly nothing in life is instant...
But based on everything you know so far... If you would start all over and had only 3 hours a day to dedicate to writing, promotion, selecting affiliate program etc..
What main steps would you undertake each day to have the best ROI on those 3 hours:
- what kind of content would you write/not write
- what blocks/components your hubpages (and other social pages) had / didn't have
- where would you promote / not promote
Would you suggest a brief action plan as if for yourself, selecting only high ROI activities and eliminating "a little bit here and a little bit there".
What are your MAIN winning action to build 90 days action plan that pays off? (i am not a writer really, and can't just write for fun only; i want to know that I invest - an I am risk adversed LOL)
Thank you for sharing, guys
Lol that's a little too much information to share.
I doubt people would want to give away their winning formula. Little hints, sure, but not that much detail.
So sorry, I ain't sharing I'll just say I'd focus on a product, do lots of keyword research, use my own formula to determine what is best (not telling you my formula though but right now it's working purty well traffic wise at least), and participate on various (preferably revenue sharing sites) to promote my main work - without spamming of course.
Co'mon man! If you aren't going to share it at least write a half a dozen hubs worth of content and give it to the man!
I'm wondering why you're asking all these questions - your profile implies you know it all already. So why don't you tell us what you would do?
I'd spend 3 hours a day trying to find a mentor that really knows how to make money from authoring content (if that is the way you want to make $), and then do what ever they tell me to do for 3 hours a day.
Nor sure from what you got this impression, Marisa.
I work as a UI designer for a company to which all links in my profile lead. That's I know how to do well.
I am asking question because I want to learn for myself how to market online without any cash investment. And thats' absolutely not what the company I am with does. SEM that the company does has $ behind it, and that's a different ball game all together.
So, no, I don't imply in my profile that I know answers, therefore I am looking for them here.
Petersm, good advise, thank you.
Why don't you just ask the search engine marketers who work at your company? (That's probably where Marisa got her ideas)
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