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A guest post by Christopher Foster from The Happy Seeker
I’ve been a writer all my life and one of the things I love about this ancient activity is that you can do it at any age. The forms you use to express yourself as a writer may change — but the opportunity to let your own authentic spirit and imagination be set free through you via the written word remains the same.
I wrote my first story in an old scrapbook when I was a seven year old kid in the early days of the bombing in London in World War II. I still remember the magic I knew as I let my imagination roam while writing an enthralling tale about three young people on a journey of exploration.
Since last December’s admission from Google + Bing’s search teams regarding the direct impact of Twitter + Facebook on search rankings, marketers have been asking two questions:
- What signals are Google + Bing counting?
- How much influence do these social signals have on the results?
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been collecting data and running calculations in an attempt to provide more insight into these answers. Today, I’d like to share some results of that process. But, before we begin, there’s some important caveats.
Dale reinforces the importance of what he’s teaching and the impact it can have on your life … all the while pointing out that your success is ultimately up to you. An example:
Increase Your Overall Conversion Rate With a Quality Landing Page.
The quality of your landing page is one of the single most important factors dictating whether you’re able to convert one-time readers into prospective customers. Once a reader clicks a link in your Resource Box, they are showing trust in you that you’ll deliver additional quality information on the landing page.
If we advance confidently in the direction of our dreams, and endeavors to live the life we imagine, we will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. ~ Henry David Thoreau
I recently completed a free eBook to put on my blog in exchange for a subscription to my newsletter. The names and email addresses I collect, will be used to build traffic as part of my internet marketing plan to monetize my blog.