Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher We recently published a great post over at Bizzebee.com (another site I help run) listing some Facebook marketing tips for local businesses to use. These tips focused on some Guerrilla marketing ideas and techniques that you can use to help raise the awareness of small businesses. Well…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher I get sent plenty of questions from people asking about the different aspects of blogging and running a website. One of the most common types of people who get in touch are from individuals who are thinking about, but are hesitating on starting a blog. If you…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher The internet is full of fantastic websites, marketing campaigns, advertising techniques, video channels, mobile apps, and much, much more that you never get to see. There is so much you can learn from these sites and find website inspiration for your own projects, which is why it…

Written by Tom Southern for Online Income Teacher Admit it. You’re wondering … Is your niche the reason why you are not making money online yet? Sometimes, a niche can seem right because it ticks the right boxes: Good keyword research results: high to medium searches per month with medium to low competition. It was…

Written by Ken Myers for Online Income Teacher Many people access the Alexa.com website regularly in order to gain analytical information pertaining to their websites. A lot of people put a great deal of stock into the Alexa rating system. While it may be a useful tool in determining how some of your visitors access…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher Many people have varying opinions on Google. Some feel that it is abhorrently evil, whereas others absolutely love it. People are divided even further, however, when Google has an effect on their livelihood. This tends to always raise the question of whether you can live without Google…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher Web design is something that many people only think about when first setting up their site online. They may spend hours, days or even weeks pondering over the best placement of a logo, or what colours go well together. Whatever it may be, once a site owner…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher I got a question emailed to me today from a reader asking exactly what he needed to learn about in order to become a successful blogger. Well that isn’t the easiest question to answer in a simple email as there is SO MUCH that goes into becoming…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher ¡Hola!I thought I would try something a bit different today and have a go at writing a post about marketing de contenidos(content marketing) with a slight Spanish flavour. Whether it works or not, or even makes sense, is yet to be seen, but you do not know…

Written by Ken Myers for Online Income Teacher Every day, millions of Internet users receive emails that they immediately toss in the trash or mark as spam. Although great deals of these emails are indeed unsolicited spam, some are actually developed from legitimate companies sending various advertisements. One of the biggest reasons why these emails…

In this article, I walk through upgrading the Custom Menu widget for WordPress to offer the ability to use the Menu Name as the Title for the menu, without the redundancy of having to retype it. I do not hack the core to make these changes. I add code to the functions.php file of a…

So, what is a domain name worth? The answer that I have to this question, largely goes against the mainstream conversation of valuating a domain. In fact, I don’t even think that the answer needs to be long and drawn out. It’s simple. Call it a cop out response, but the answer is simply: a…

Every social networking website provides businesses an opportunity to get closer to their customers, boost engagement and increase sales. But specifically for e-commerce businesses and websites, Pinterest is by far the most effective social network. If you’ve been ignoring Pinterest until now, here are a few stats to get you thinking. Pinterest has more than…

Hello again. Since I’ve been involved with Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising using AdWords for a while now, I have written several articles on the topic from keywords to building a campaign and even the process of setting up a partner profile and AdWords MCC. My time on the Google North American AdWords Agency Support…

In this article, and the attached video, I will walk you through the process of allowing Facebook to “collect” the visitors of your WordPress web site into an “audience” that you can later advertise to from Facebook. First though, why would you want to do this? Well, when people visit your web site, they often…

So, why should you pay for hosting when there are “hosted solutions” available, that are often free? It’s true… you can launch a web site or blog using a free platform. There are heaps of them. You’ve got the likes of: WordPress.com, Blogger (or Blogspot), Tumblr, Medium… and a host of others… even niche-specific hosted…

You’ve seen the “STOP” and “SLOW DOWN” signs on your local highways, right? Even if you’re driving at 100 kph, you read them and obediently follow the instructions. You hardly ever miss them because they’re in your face with a clear message. That’s exactly what a magnetic headline does as well. It makes your readers…