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Bizwaremagic Gearing Up For Black Friday & Cyber Monday Shopping Season



Bizwaremagic Gearing Up For Black Friday & Cyber Monday Shopping Season


Bizwaremagic.com and its handy online laptop Buyer’s Guide is
gearing up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which are less
than a month away. Already we are seeing major online retailers
such as Dell preparing for the upcoming holiday season, especially
Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Dell has even released some handy Bookmark pages which potential
shoppers can bookmark to make sure they get the best deals when
they’re offered.

Bookmark Special Dell Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals








Bizwaremagic has already done one Dell PRWeb Press Release for the
upcoming Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping events. Other Press
Releases are planned for the upcoming holiday season and will
be released on those days.

In addition, we are updating all our laptop and desktop coupons
pages, making all the latest deals and bargains are listed on our
site. We cover major laptop makers/retailers such as Dell, Toshiba,
Apple, HP… and many more.

Bizwaremagic pays special attention to the “gaming laptop niche” and
has recent starting promoting the Razor Blade brand rigs. It already
promotes Alienware, MSI, Asus, Origin… among others. The site even
has a special page completely devoted to Alienware Laptop Coupons, which
is located here.

Plus, another major part of the Bizwaremagic site, has been its Corporate
Gift Guide. This guide will be updated for the upcoming holiday season and
will also be featured in a few press releases. Visitors can find handy
buying tips/advice for buying corporate and promotional gifts… for
customers, employees and bosses. To find this guide, click here

As always, Bizwaremagic places most of its marketing on supplying
needed information for the potential customer of any promoted product
or service. It is this emphasis on information which has made us
so successful in selling affiliate products online. This information
can be found in numerous buying guides offered through the site.

Of course, this handy buying information and tips, are backed up with
the latest discount coupons offered by the major manufacturers and retailers.
Shoppers not only get the information they want but they also get the
latest coupons where they can save $100 off their desired purchase item.

Information + Coupons = Savings

Which leads of course, to a happy consumer – on Black Friday, Cyber
Monday or any other day for that matter.


Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

www.bizwaremagic.com

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How Many Domains or Sites Should You Have?



How Many Domains or Sites Should You Have?




This is a question which I occasionally get asked by
subscribers. How many domains or sites should I have?

Of course, there are many ways to answer this question.

Around 10 years ago, when I first started online,
my answer would have been one site – which is enough
for anyone. However, after all I have done and
experienced since that time – my answer would now be:
as many as you can afford!

I started with my main general site dealing with the
topic of Online Marketing and Marketing Tools, but 3 or
4 years in, I started building other closely related
sites which were highly focused on just one topic or
niche market.

Most of these are what is commonly referred to as
“Mini-sites” – consisting of only 5 or 6 pages.
Although some can have more pages… these are the
kinds of sites you set-up and forget about them, more
or less.

I usually promote them once or twice a year with
an article or a relevant press release. But these
sites run themselves and if you build them the right
way – they can earn you revenue for years to come.

Keep Your Costs Low

I try to keep my overall yearly costs for a site
under $50 – I know webmasters who build sites for
a fraction of that price, but I like having a reliable
hosting that I can trust. Try Yahoo or GoDaddy.

The greatest benefit from having numerous sites, you’re
not putting all your “resources and hopes” into just
one basket. This was really brought home to me this
year by Google’s endless Panda Updates, which are
still ongoing and relentless.

A few of my sites lost traffic, while others gained
traffic. If I only had the one site – Panda would have
been a problem, mainly because it targeted duplicate
content including articles and all those valuable
backlinks. Article marketing has been one of my most
useful ways to get rankings and traffic,
Panda put a big dent in that whole process.

Build Exact Keyword Domains

What I really noticed about the Panda Updates and Google’s
Algorithm changes this past year… my exact keyword
domain sites rose or kept their rankings in Google.

This is extremely important for the following reason:
purchasing an exact keyword domain and building a small
site around this main keyword will usually get you the top
spot in Google for that keyword. If you have the domain
“www.bluewidgets.com” – with a little bit of proper SEO
and promotion – you will get top listings for the keyword
“bluewidgets” in Google.

I also consider keyword enhancers in the domain name
such as “buy” “buy online” “cheap” “best”… these added
words will usually increase your conversion rates… you
want visitors who are ready to buy your product or at
least seriously considering buying your product.

I try to find a lucrative keyword which has at least
5,000 to 20,000 searches a month. If you can buy that
exact keyword domain and build a mini-site around it,
chances are very good at the moment, that you will get
listed in the top 5 spots in Google for that keyword,
if not the top spot.

How do you know a keyword will be or is profitable?

One very simple thing I do is simply use Google Keyword
Tool to find the number of monthly searches and related
keywords, noting the level of competition for those
keywords. Next, I simply do a search in Google for a
chosen keyword, are there at least 10 sites/companies
advertising on the search results page? If people are
advertising this keyword is probably profitable and
making them money.

I also study the top 10 sites ranking for this keyword
phrase – can I compete with them? Do any have the
exact keyword phrase in their domain? How good are
the sites… and so on.

Even with low traffic numbers, you can still make a
profit because this is free targeted traffic from Google.
I have long learned that you should never underestimate
the very targeted visitors you get from Google. People
trust Google and once you get those top rankings,
your marketing job is already 90% done for you.

Use Social Bookmarks

Don’t forget to use the “social bookmark” buttons such
as ShareThis or AddThis… on all your content. Google
is paying much more attention to these social numbers,
including of course, its own Google+ numbers.

Now, many of these sites don’t get a lot of traffic,
they aren’t really designed to get a lot of traffic…
these are niche sites created to get free targeted
keyword traffic from the search engines, especially
Google. But if you’re targeting the right visitors, you
don’t need much traffic to make these sites profitable.

SiteBuildIt is having their annual “Buy One – Get One Free”
and the purchase link is now live. NO! I would not recommend
you use SBI for building “mini-sites” – it is way too expensive
for that purpose.

But if you’re new to this online stuff – SBI is great for
your first main site because it will take you step-by-step
through building your online site.

SBI SiteBuildIt Review


Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

www.bizwaremagic.com

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Will Google Introduce One-Page Infinite Scrolling For Search?



BWMagic’s Internet Marketing Newsletter


Will Google Introduce One-Page Infinite Scrolling For Search?




Google Spot!





Google is constantly making changes to how they
rank pages AND how they display their search results.
Webmasters and site owners can do a lot to affect the
outcome of the first one by building more links,
increasing the quality of their content and practicing
better SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques.
However, besides picking the title and description,
webmasters have little control over how Google displays
your listings in their organic search.

Recently, we have seen Google introduce Instant Search,
automatic fill-ins, page previews… could more exciting
changes be coming down the pipeline?

Rumors are flying that Google may adapt a one-page layout,
like they now have for Google Images, and introduce
infinite scrolling with a static menu on the left
always in view. This could possibly change Google’s
SERPs dramatically, to say the least.

Just imagine, you have a listing/ranking for your site
in Google but it’s currently in the 30 or 50th spot.
You have a really catchy title and description which
attracts a lot of clicks if only people could get the
chance to view it. Now, if Google sees the light and
goes with infinite scrolling, searchers will now have
a greater chance of seeing your listings and clicking
through to your site. More traffic, more visitors and
more sales.

Let’s face it, most people don’t click beyond the first
page and very, very few click through to the third or
fourth page. While I have seen slightly different percentages
stated, I read in the Warrior Forum that “89% of all traffic
goes to the webpages on the first page. And 42% of that goes
to the page ranked number 1. The last place finisher on page
1 gets 3%.”

While top 5 organic results will still probably get the
majority of the traffic… but in the slight chance that
Google does introduce this new format, many more Google
users will see your listing in the 30th or 50th spot.
Might be a small learning curve but searchers will go deeper
into the search results if all they have to do is scroll down,
without clicking those extra pages.

To find out more and to watch a video of this new
Google Interface – you can click here:


Will Google Remove Pagination From Their SERPs?





Helping People Succeed Online Since 2002!

Kind Regards,
Titus

http://www.bizwaremagic.com

P.S. These are the Actual web marketing tools which
I use daily to earn a full-time online living:

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