If you like simple stuff that actually works, and that you can actually build a business on, my buddy Saul Maraney’s Tube Ranking Control, is the ticket! I do this stuff every day! It works exactly as Saul describes. (He’s even got a few tweaks that I don’t have!) So, yeah, this works as advertised right out of the box.
Plugin Blueprint is a really excellent pdf and video course all about how to create WordPress plugins and sell them for profit. Flat out…this is exactly how you do it! How do I know? I’ve sold hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of software that was created by me and partners. So, yeah…I kinda sorta know what I’m talking about here!
If you want a real angle on creating a nice online business…software could easily be your ticket to the big time!
Loco Video Machines is Derek Allen’s WSO that shows you a new (as in brand new) killer way to get videos ranked for buyer keywords. It goes a lot farther than this though! Loco Video is all about how to address a whole new, untapped market place! New products! New buyers! New keywords! No…it’s not some nonsense about “undiscovered” Amazon products or something. This Big with a capital “B”!
Specifically, you’ll learn to…
— Leverage a new, often missed twist to rank for hard to rank for keywords
Blogging, updating, and posting comments in various places is one of the big keys to getting noticed on LinkedIn. Whether your goal is to get a job or get new clients for your business, getting noticed is super important.
I logged in to LinkedIn this morning and had 6 people reaching out to me. 5 were messaging me. One was a new contact. Having people notice me and proactively take action to contact me is the way it works for me here. I find new clients for my business, new reps for one of the companies I represent, and new customers for my other business.
None of this would happen if I weren’t putting content out on LinkedIn in a semi-consistent way.
My content used to be just blog posts like this one with videos and updates, which were normally curated content. Recently, I started using memes on LinkedIn.
What’s a meme? Well, there are a lot of definitions, but for me it ‘s a picture that will get your attention with a quote added to it. Also, hopefully a URL of wherever it is you want people to visit next.
At first I was wondering if memes were suitable for LinkedIn. Well, after only a little experimentation, I can tell you that they are…big time! In general, I’m getting 4x the views of my memes than my blog posts or my updates.
That’s huge! 4x!
I shot a video all about this to help you understand exactly what I’m talking about and how you can start doing this yourself.