Monday, May 16, 2016

Make A Facebook Fan Page Design

Make A Facebook Fan Page Design-facebook-twitter-google+

Thanks to its inherent viral features (such as activity feeds, friend invites, notifications, etc.), social networks like Facebook provide the ideal platform for spreading the word about your products and your brand. encourages Page - Everyone involved in your Facebook their entire network of Facebook friends to view your Fan Page. This spells fantastic exposure for your brand.

There are a variety of ways that we can work together to customize profiles to their Facebook or feel .
Facebook Banners

Your profile picture is one of the few things in the design of Your side , you actually adjust , so make sure make the most of it. We can design a 200×600 vertical banner we use to replace your standard image , creating a nice advertisement in the left sidebar.

Custom Facebook Tabs

We can also create custom tabs that appear next to the other tabs already have on your Fan page (like the Wall , information etc. ) . We can fully welcome add pages , eyelashes store coupon tabs, newsletter sign-up tabs, YouTube video channels, or (almost) anything else you can dream up. The custom tabs we create will be just like any other page on the Internet and may include graphics, text , RealVideo , link buttons , and text links.

Custom Facebook pages start at $100, and include:

1 custom template design (Shop, Welcome, Fan-Offer, or Sign-up Tab)
Custom 200px x 600px banner image (supplied by you, or designed by me)
Design elements to match your branding.
Free installation on your Fan page.
Interested in multiple custom tabs? Contact me for package pricing.

If you’re ready to start building your brand on Facebook, then email me today!

Website Design

I design and develop smart, modern, and usable websites.

When it’s appropriate, I design websites with a framework called Thesis on top of a great content management system called WordPress. Together, they’re powerful, remarkably efficient, and provide an incredible Search Engine Optimization (SEO) boost.

If you’re interested in working with someone who knows what she is doing and can deliver a solid product, then give me a call.


Are you ready to give your indie biz a boost? A polished marketing strategy can give you the competitive advantage you need to make your shop succeed.

If you want to know what to change about your current marketing plan,
If you need help to develop a marketing plan,
If you don’t know what marketing means to your business,
I can help.

I’m a marketing coach for makers, indie biz owners, and Etsy sellers. I’m passionate about the handmade community, and I want to see shop owners like you succeed.

I can help you figure out what’s working for you, what things are not worth your time, and what we can do to make your business better. Whether you’re just getting started, or ready to grow beyond Etsy, I can help you achieve your business goals.

So if you’ve been struggling with how to market your indie business (in a way that doesn’t make you feel overwhelmed), and you want a clear list of simple, non-sleazy things you can do to increase those sales, then keep reading.

We’ll cover topics like:

What makes your business unique and remarkable
Identifying and finding the perfect customers for your products
Building your brand
Advertising and PR
Email newsletters
Sales Copy
Social Media Strategy
I understand that creating a really good marketing plan can be overwhelming, and even a little intimidating. I’m glad that you’re inviting me behind the scenes so that I can help you craft a better business.

I’m excited about making a serious improvement in the effectiveness of your marketing plan.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Top paying keywords planner by Adsense

top paying keywords planner by adsense-engsbook-seo-marketing

Top paying keywords and how they are used on your site is, without a doubt, a crucial element of any effective SEO campaign . The best keywords for whatever it is you are trying to market, need to be identified and then used appropriately. This is true whether the campaign is for organic traffic or an Adwords campaign, or indeed a mixture of the two types of traffic.

I would hazard a guess that there are countless individuals, some newbies and some quite experienced, and indeed many companies, simply using the wrong keywords or at least keywords which are not the top paying keywords, to promote their website and as a result they are losing significant traffic flow and hence losing business. So just exactly what is a top paying keyword? In a nutshell, it is one which maximises the profit you get from the website for your business.

Some sites may have rankings in the top two or three for their particular keyword phrases. Obviously, however, this does not mean a large number of people will visit their site. Their keywords and keyword phrases may be quite obscure and not see a great deal of search traffic. This could, of course, be a deliberate ploy, especially if the main players occupying the first page of a Google search would be difficult to remove. In this case, the best and top paying keywords may have relatively few searches but the audience is easier to capture. In many cases though this happens more by accident rather than design.

On the other hand, a site, which once again has a good ranking position, may be subject to a large number of potential viewers and indeed may even attract a good number of hits. If the top paying keywords have not been used, however, all the traffic in the world will not result in sales. Put simply the keywords could have attracted the wrong people to the site and so they are not profitable keywords. Either people were attracted but were not looking to spend money or more likely they were searching for something completely different or something which had rather tenuous links to the site in question.

Let's consider a very simple example to demonstrate the point.

A person has set up a website and has achieved decent rankings for keyword phrases "Lakeside Views " and " Sanctuary Field . Well, what do you think the website in question was trying to sell? It is almost impossible to tell from the phrases above. The person was actually trying to attract customers to take a vacation at a holiday cottage they owned. Using the keyword phrases given previously they actually attracted many hits which the person was very pleased with. What they were not so pleased with was the number of actual customers generated from the website. It's not hard to see why, is it? Put simply they were not the best keywords to use and hence not the top paying keywords.

If you stop to think about it, just how many of those visitors would actually be looking to rent a holiday cottage? Not many I would guess. The keyword phrases are far too general and would have attracted a good number of site visitors who had no interest in a vacation at a holiday cottage. Using the phrase" Lakeside Views" in the body text of the site, the META tags and indeed, the domain name was not a logical choice for anyone searching to find a holiday cottage to rent.

Now obviously, the countryside tranquility and the views of a lake would be major selling points that should be addressed when people have been attracted to the site, first and foremost, however, people who are looking for a holiday cottage need to be attracted. Therefore the keyword phrase "holiday cottage" could well be a far more important keyword phrase to use. Isn't common sense it?

The example given above was perhaps oversimplification that was done so to demonstrate a point. Many sites do have more relevant keyword phrases than the quoted example but choosing the best keywords is not intuitive to many and could be improved upon quite significantly if the keywords were studied carefully.

You would be surprised how often common sense goes out the window when it comes to locating the top paying keywords. Individuals and companies alike, too often get drawn into how ' good' they think a certain keyword phrase or domain name sounds and neglect to think about how effective it is in attracting the right type of visitors to their site. In other words, they most certainly are not using the top paying keywords for their business.

So when you choose the keywords and keyword phrases for your site, be sure that they describe the product or service in a clearest, precise and specific manner. If done well, the number of targeted visitors will increase and provided the website does its job, the number of customers should dramatically increase also. You can look forward to pulling in some lucrative profits if you have done your due diligence and have used the top paying keywords.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Google Adwords Free Keyword Selector Tool

Google Adwords Free Keyword Selector Tool-Insurance-Loans-Mortgage-Attorney-Credit-Lawyer-Donate-Degree-Hosting-Claim

The Google Adwords free keyword selector tool is usually the first tool that internet marketers get to grips with when starting to build websites and it's hardly surprising because it 's very good. It could also be due to the fact that it is the tool that is at the top of the rankings when typing in the search on the homepage, Google of course!

Some internet marketers are totally oblivious to the fact that there are other keyword selector tools available, many because they are quite happy with its performance. But just exactly what does this particular keyword selector tool offer?

Well to begin with it starts off asking you how you would like to generate keyword ideas. By default it gives Descriptive words or phrases. This is the setting most users of the Google keyword tool usually start off with. You enter your keyword or phrase and up pops a couple of lists. Relevant keywords and phrases specific to the term entered are contained in the first list and the second list will be of additional but less closely matching relevant keywords and phrases that you may like to consider.

Data will be presented showing initially the three main sets of information. Advertiser competition, local monthly search volume, and global monthly search volume. When embarking on a keyword campaign first view the global monthly search volume column.

Only you will be able to decide what sort of figures in this column makes the keywords an attractive proposition and this depends on upon what sort of campaign you are running. Check out the article on Top Paying Keywords for further thoughts on this.

Another information is available, however. If you choose the option to show all columns you will also get details about search volume trends for a 12 month period, estimated the cost per click for a Google Adwords campaign and the estimated position for such an advert placed upon the quoted cost per click.

The default will give you the cost per click for an Adword position 1-3 if you change the figure in the cost per click column the estimated ad position will change accordingly. A helpful addition for an Adword campaign and one which sees many marketers using the free Google keyword tool, even if it is in conjunction with another tool.

As well as this there are a few other useful tools available. For example, you can find relevant keywords based upon your site content rather than the "Descriptive words or phrases" option referred to earlier. By entering your URL the Adwords system scans your page and suggests relevant keywords.

There is an option to identify negative words or phrases you don't want to be shown.This thereby ensures a more narrowly defined set of keyword suggestions that suits your needs.

By default, a broad search is set by the Google keyword tool for the keywords or phrases you enter initially. You are able to change this setting to a more specific search if you so wish when trying to narrow down the keywords you select.

If you want more in-depth ideas Google then could offer you the Search-based Keyword tool which basically displays a list of relevant user queries that have occurred on Google based on your URL.

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Google's keyword tool is absolutely free
You get a significant amount of relevant keyword data
The keyword selector tool is quite intuitive to use
Clear instructions and guidance if you are unsure.
Google's free keyword tool is an excellent keyword selector tool to use with an AdWords campaign

Data supplied is from Google search engines only
Data about potential competitors is very limited
For some keyword phrases, not enough data is available to give feedback
The tool is designed specifically to help with an AdWords campaign. This may or may not be what you want.

The verdict on the Google free keyword selector tool: an excellent starting point for your keyword campaign

Google obviously want you to use the Google free keyword tool in conjunction with Google Adwords. Hence, they have made it relatively quick and easy to use with clear guidance if you need it. It's also completely free which is a major plus.

If you are a novice at keyword research then I suggest Google's free keyword tool is an ideal starting place to cut your teeth. It's obviously very useful if you are conducting an Adwords campaign.

For the more experienced I'd suggest it is rather limited, however. You may need to know more, for example, about the competition that you will be facing when you set up your website based on the relevant keywords. It would also be useful to know what is going on with other search engines such as Yahoo or Bing(MSN).

In short many marketers see the worth of using the free Google keyword tool. Worth checking out as a beginner or used in conjunction with one or more of the other keyword selector tools mentioned on this site.

Have you used this product?
If so please leave a comment below. Be constructive if you can whether you swear by the tool or loathe it. I'd really like to hear your opinions. thanks in advance for your contributions.

Friday, April 29, 2016

In Search of the Perfect WordPress Theme

In Search of the Perfect WordPress Theme-adsense-bolg-google-ads-adshow-bd-usa

Well… I spent a good chunk of the day scoping out WordPress themes to no avail. I’ve seen so many Close But No Cigar layouts that it’s depressing. What I want to do isn’t elaborate at all:

1. A spare-looking theme that doesn’t have a lot of distractions.

2. A narrow, customizable header.

3. A reasonably eye-catching RSS button.

4. Posts that can display images with something approaching style and simplicity.

5. A sidebar with the usual controls for the widgets. These sidebar items (Archives, Blogroll, etc.) can go in the footer, too, as long as I can control what goes in it.

6. AdSense-ready. Widget-ready. Plug-in ready.

7. Room for whatever pages I might like to add.

8. A font that isn’t fancy. Preferably sans-serif.

9. It can be a one-column theme, a two-column theme, and even a three-column theme, as long as it grabs me with some kind of mysterious appeal. It could even be one of those themes with the toggle switch to control the number of columns. That could give a blog meister a real sense of control over things.

And that’s it. You’d think there’d be scads of themes like this. Lots and lots of themes have most of these features. But I haven’t found one that has all of them.

Consider Cityscape, for example. It’s close to what I want. I hate the headline font, for starters (why doesn’t it match the font of the body of the post? Theme after theme, including the one I’m currently using, gets this basic rule of design wrong. Why?). And I could do without the black rectangles on the sides of the header. But the header is customizable, and AdSense seems to play well with it, at least in my experiments. But the RSS buttons vanish, for some reason, when I make any adjustments to the sidebar at all. Grrr!

Then there’s Nashita, which has a really clean and spare look that I admire. It’s designed for image display and really stays out of the way of the picture, which is what a theme designed for images should do. But it does not have a customizable header, and there is no room for any widget stuff of any kind, not even in the footer. And it only allows you to display one post at a time — there seems to be no way to adjust for the display of multiple postings. The RSS feed button might as well be invisible as well, and worst of all, the comments only appear in a pop-up window. Blech. I could do a LOT with this theme if only it afforded some greater control over its features.

Really, what I’d like is a theme with the look and feel of Nashita, but which allows for some kind of header of my own design, along with the features listed above. A mash-up of CityScape and Nashita might be just what I’m looking for. I don’t think I’m asking for the moon here, and it may well be that I just haven’t looked hard enough.

Or maybe it just doesn’t exist yet. It may be that I’ll just have to suck it up and learn enough CSS and HTML to design it myself. But that could take many months at the rate I’m going.

Is my ideal theme already out there? Can anyone offer a suggestion?

Other close examples:

If Dooce had a header about a third the size of what is has and a less distracting sidebar, I could live with that sort of design until I figured out how to build something I liked better.

Good old’ StrangeMaps, hosted on the site itself is also darn close. There’s no customizable header, obviously, and you’d have to deal with all the reductions that come with not hosting the blog yourself, but this is a decent, functional design that gets the job done. I could run with this look a long time until I got my own design skills up to standard.

Anybody else have Tales of Theme-Hunting Heartbreak to share? And have I overlooked something obvious? I would appreciate any suggestions from any of the cognoscenti who might be passing through…

And one final question: Is there a rule that says that virtually every default header picture has to look like it came out of a Pottery Barn catalog?

Welcome to the Secondary Income Blog!

Welcome to the Secondary Income Blog!-adshowbd-adshow-seo-db

There isn’t a better time than today to start thinking about how you can supplement Your income . The economy is in the tank , unemployment rising to record levels and people are losing their houses left and right. But unlike the “old days” of 20 years ago when you would need to be looking into finding a second or even a third job, today we have the golden opportunity of the Internet and in particular, Blogs.
This website will be all about how to make a secondary income from a blog or a network of blogs. The beauty of building a second income stream through the web is that you can do the work whenever you want – only available on the weekends? No problem! Write all of your posts on Saturday and Sunday and schedule them to be posted throughout the week. Don’t know how to do that? Well, that’s the sort of thing I will be writing about here.
Now, let’s be realistic here. If you have lost your job or are behind on the bills, then you absolutely need to be focused on getting a job. Building a secondary income stream through a blog is a long-term process – this isn’t going to happen over night. But with time, depending on how much effort you invest and how much internet traffic you can build, you could generate a substantial enough income to be able to become a pro blogger – someone who earns their entire living off of their blog(s). Or, you may be happy to just earn enough to make a little spending money every month.
Why listen to me? Well, first let me be clear – I am not a pro blogger. I’ve been blogging since 2002 and up until this year I put very little effort into making a serious second income through the internet. Earlier this year I decided to get a little more serious about it and so far I’ve been averaging about $500/month in net profits. I’m looking to do $600 this month (edit – I ended up with over $800 in November and $1,800 in December!). Not enough to live off of, at least for our lifestyle, but a little more than pocket change certainly, and of course this is only my first year of focusing more on making a secondary income so I do expect (and plan on) those numbers to rise.
If you are new to blogging or just new to making money online, I know you will benefit from joining along and learning from my experience. If you are already on your way to being a pro blogger then I hope you will make lots of comments to help all of us out!
Either way, please subscribe to keep up with the posts here, and thank you, I look forward to building this website into a great resource for those of you looking to build a secondary income online.

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Friday, April 22, 2016

By custom search engine Google to improve network connectivity

By custom search engine Google to improve network connectivity-seo-adshowbd

One of the concepts that you need to master on your way get a branch line of the income , it is how to create an internal link content so that your visitors can benefit from what you
They wrote in the past . Traditional internal content means content that you have written previously on the same website. So for example, let’s say you just posted a great new article about laptop computers. One of the ways you can help your readers (and the search engines love it when you help your readers) is to find older posts that you have written that are relevant to the new post and then linking that older content to the new post. So if you had written a post last year where you referred to laptop computers, it would be worth your time to edit that old post to include a keyword link to your new post. Internal linking in this way is one of the secrets to developing a site Google ranks highly.
Finding Internal Keywords on One Site
A quick and easy way to find this sort of internal content is to run a Google search that looks like this: "my keyword"
Here are some example of where I search across this website: "second income" or income
This approach works well when you are only thinking about internal linking on one site, but what about if you write on multiple sites? You want to link to relevant keywords across all of your sites just like you do for internal linking on one site. Think of this as the internal network linking. The problem is that the approach discussed above only works with one site, so your word has to run multiple queries to search across all of your sites.
Google Custom Search Engine to the Rescue
Google has a product called Custom Search Engine that will allow you to easily search across all of your sites with one query. Once your CSE is the setup you will be able to easily find older content that you can link back to if appropriate or link from to your new content. Remember, as long is the links are relevant and helpful to your readers, Google will love you for it.
Here are the steps to take to build a simple search engine for your needs:
Create a Google Account
If you don’t already have a Google account then you need to create one.
Create a New Custom Search Engine
Once you are signed in to your Google account, go to Google’s Custom Search Engine page and press the big blue button that says Create a Custom Search Engine. You will be presented with a form requesting some information. These are the only fields you need to change:
Search engine name: – Give it a name like “My Websites”
Search engine description: – This is a required field but it really can be anything like “A search engine to span all of my blogs”
Sites to search: – This is where you will entire all of your website URLs, one to a line. Just use the domain like “” or “” – you don’t need to include the HTTP, the www or anything else.
Check You have read and accepted the Terms of Use and press the Next button.
On the next page, you will be given the option to test the search engine but I wouldn’t bother as it seems to take a minute or so for it to work anyway. Just click the Finish button.
And that’s all you need to do to create your custom search engine. On the last page, you will see your search engine with some links to its homepage and control panel, among other things, for now, all you need to do is to go to the homepage link and try out your new search engine. You will see that the results come back just like a normal Google search, only it is only bringing back results for your websites.
Create a bookmark to your search engine and you then have a great tool for improving your internal network linking.
How To Make This Even Better
One of the very cool things about this approach is that Google allows you to include sites other than your own. So why not include the websites of other friends in your niche? Now you will find content not only on your internal network but also on your friend’s websites. So using the example I started with, you have written a new article on laptop computers and after using your CSE you find that one of your friends wrote about laptop computers last month. Why not send him an email pointing out your new content and asking if he would link to you? Now you are truly expanding your internal network.
Because they say that a picture speaks a thousand words I have put together a short video demonstrating what I have written about here. Let me know what you think about this method and whether it has been useful for you. Video quality sucks as I haven’t yet figured out how to do this well, but I think the point is put forth.
For another view of the same topic check out How to Use Google Custom Search to Supercharge Your Blog Network Interlinking.

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The people you are marketing to don’t really care about you

The people you are marketing to don’t really care about you-ads-adword-web-marketing-seo-adshow

It’s a harsh reality and one that marketers are not ready to accept for the most part. The people you are trying to communicate with on social media or email or any other channel don’t really care about you or what you have to offer. They want to know “what’s in it for me ?”
Marketers This concept have trouble understanding because marketing people today work with masses of data and people. They are not used to dealing with individual needs and individuals. Today marketing is as much about engaging current customers as it is about getting new customers. Once you have sold a customer you could just as easily lose them with bad customer service
Social media is a great channel for marketing not just customer service because customer service is probably just as important to marketers as new ad and marketing campaigns. When customer service is seen as a cost the main objective is to deal with people quickly and get them off the phone or the Internet. Once you see customer service as a key marketing tool, however, you begin to see things in a different way. You realize that customer service is an important part of your brand equity.

Here is a great example; We have been living in our new home here in California for almost four and half years. Our appliances are GE Profile and they are starting to give us pesky problems like a microwave whose door won’t open and whose trim is coming off along with a dishwasher that doesn’t do a very good job in cleaning dishes anymore. The GE website is about as user friendly as a thorn bush and their toll free number has the “you’re call is important to us…”. I therefore went on Twitter to tell my followers about the poor quality of GE. At the end of the day I had a Tweet from Megan at GE and responded and one day later she then gave me an eMail address to get more information. Does this make me a satisfied customers ? Would it make you a satisfied customer ?

When it comes time to replace our appliances I can assure you that they won’t be GE Profile appliances and that I will not recommend them to anyone. Sure GE is monitoring social media but their follow up actions leave a lot to be desired. This is a great example of why customer service is such an important brand of your brand today.

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