Google AdWords Mini Course: Part II

Part Two of the Google AdWords Mini Course focuses on identifying additional keywords for purposes of split testing. Market Samurai will be used to identify these additional keywords.

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Where Does Your Site Rank?

After a couple of weeks of going live with your site, bookmarking and creating backlinks, it’s now time to check your blog rank. One method to check your blog rank is to go through pages and pages of search results until you find the site. But, if you don’t have that kind of time or patience, here’s a bit of a shortcut.

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Setting up a Weebly Blog

Weebly is another Web 2.0 site presented by the 30 Day Challenge to build links to your main WordPress blog. Weebly is similar to Squidoo, HubPages and Tumblr. However, it is a bit more focused on building a complete website with multiple pages.

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How to Build a Squidoo Lens

Promoting and driving traffic to your website is integral to your online success. While week one of the 30 Day Challenge focused on on-page SEO, week two will focus on promoting your blog with quality links. This will be done, in part, by leveraging the power of some Web 2.0 websites such as Squidoo.

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Open for Business

Now that Challengers are open for business, Day 7 of the 30 Day Challenge is about tracking and analytics. Google Analytics is the free analytics service of choice. All you need do is set up a Google Analytics account, generate the tracking code for your blog and that insert the Google Analytics ID into the WordPress Direct control panel under “Website Settings.”

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The First Step Toward Testing

Day 6 of the 30 Day Challenge unveiled a service that takes the prep work from Days 1-5 and publishes it to a completely pimped out WordPress blog. The software can be used with domain names created by the software (to keep with their promise of free training) or you can spend a few bucks to get your own domain name. A couple of sites you can use to come up with domain names are: Read the rest of this entry

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