Wow. Last time I visited Twittercounter.com it was to check in on my Twitter growth experiment but I found that the website has shut down. I haven’t dug into why Twittercounter shut down but I’m guessing they weren’t making enough money with their paid placements and other enhancements to their stats. Their announcement was simple […]
Online Marketing Blog
Online marketing is what you do to promote a product or service using the Internet to reach the intended audience. This is where I blog about online marketing.
The most notable examples of online marketing methods include email marketing, affiliate marketing, social media marketing, "influencer" marketing, pay per click, solo ads, search engine marketing, and a few others.
There are many ways to do online marketing. Here, I blog about all kinds of digital marketing topics. Feedback or questions? Tweet me @notagrouch
I get this question a lot. This time, it came from a friend, and eventually, she hired me to do the work for her. The question is: Do I have to move to WordPress if I want to do SEO for my website? This is a fair question, especially if you’re not very well versed […]
A quick update & warning about Gutenberg and WordPress 5.0 as well as an update regarding the Twitter growth case study.
Reaching 1000 followers for the Twitter growth case study may be way easier than I thought before. I’m at 200 less than 24 hours into the experiment. I have set the automatic Twitter updates with different wording for the foreseeable future using Tweet-wheel. I’m going to explain how I set up the content wheel so that […]
It’s debatable whether efforts in Twitter still pay off for business. Heck, it’s debatable whether people even like using Twitter anymore. Seems like it’s a pretty rough place. Nonetheless, I think there is still value in growing your account and using it to drive traffic. If Neil Patel still uses and recommends Twitter, then it’s […]
If you want to kill your chances of taking your blog to a profitable place, then read on. This will show you how you can do just that. Clearly, I’m being sarcastic. But I do want to make a case for why you don’t want to use Jetpack to manage your blog’s subscriptions. You don’t […]