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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Makes Changes, Massive Algorithm Updates, Google Local Bus, AdSense Apps & Much More

This week I covered that Google updated their numbers on how much Google has changed in search over the years, that is over 3,200 changes in just a year. Google made about three algorithmic updates this week in search, something is going on but Google won’t comment…


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Tom Woods: How This History Scholar Leverages His Libertarian Podcast To Reach A Massive Audience And Built A 7-Figure Business Selling Books And Courses

 [ Download MP3 | Transcript | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] Today’s podcast interview features a fellow podcaster, Tom Woods, the host of the Tom Woods Show, a libertarian podcast. In case you’re not sure what libertarianism is, here’s a brief explanation thanks to wikipedia: “Libertarians seek to maximize political freedom and […]

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How Answering Questions on Quora Can Drive Massive Traffic to Your Website

Most people think Quora is a simple Question and Answer forum. However, the website is so much more than that. While it’s true that people can ask about anything under the sun, a lot of the answers are enlightening and useful. What’s more, if used correctly, Quora can be a veritable goldmine of website traffic.

Quora: Not Your Average Q&A Site

Quora is not your typical Q&A platform. Aside from asking questions or providing answers, users can also vote which answers are helpful.

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Quora also boasts an insanely popular and large community. The site receives more than 100 million visitors a month. According to Alexa, it’s the 50th most popular site in the US and ranks in the top 100 globally. But what sets Quora apart is the kind of people who use the site. Most of its users are from India and the United States. While the age range is varied, the most active Quora users are in the 18-34 demographic and have a post-graduate education. 

Why Use Quora

Quora is a great platform for marketers and business owners like you. For one, you can use the site to build your personal brand. However, there are other reasons why you should take advantage of this platform.

It’s a Surprising Source of Long-Term Website Traffic

One of the benefits of using Quora is how you can drive traffic to your website through the answers you post. More importantly, posts that were written months or years ago can still generate traffic. After all, people are always looking for information. Plus, if they like your answer and “upvotes” it, your post will appear in that user’s feed for all their friends and followers to see, resulting in more traffic to your site and sign-ups to your email list.

You Can Show Your Expertise

The more relevant and well-received your posts are on Quora, the more people will see you as an authority on the subject. The site ranks writers based on the number of views their answers receive. You can also be awarded topic badges that members can see. Appearing on the best writers list and earning badges will have people respecting your expertise. Once you’re considered an authority on the topic, more people would be interested in what you have to say, whether it’s on the site or on your blog.

Big Publications Might Notice You

A lot of major publications are turning to Quora for content and are publishing choice answers on their websites. Some of the platform’s top writers have already been quoted or featured in sites like Business Insider, Forbes, and The Huffington Post.

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Tips on Using Quora Effectively

Write a good profile.

You want your profile description to establish credibility and trust since this is the first thing users will see. Make sure they’ll like what they read. Be sincere, friendly and polite. Proofread your profile before posting it. It’s hard to trust someone’s professionalism if they make mistakes with their spelling and grammar.

Look for relevant questions and answer them.

Select questions that are relevant to your niche and will provide you with the right exposure. Once you have picked a question to answer, check how popular or high it is on the feed and how many followers it has. More followers mean a larger audience will read your post.

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Give useful answers.

Think of your posts as content, so make sure they are useful, relevant, and unique. Don’t get too technical, unless the subject calls for it. Make sure you attribute your quotes correct and try to include images.

Don’t go overboard with blog promotion.

Quora likes writers who provide value. This means that useful posts are the right way to go. You can include a link to your blog post if you want but it has to feel natural. Answering a question with just a link to your blog is a sure-fire way of getting yourself banned from the site.

Engage the Quora community.

Your content becomes more visible the more you ask questions or post an answer. A consistent presence on Quora will make members curious about you, maybe enough that they would check out your blog or site.

Quora is a great place to hang out, learn new things, and even meet new people. More importantly, the platform can be another source of traffic to your site. However, simple answers won’t cut it here. You have to put effort into your replies, build your reputation and engage other users. But the results will definitely be worth it.

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eBay’s Stock Takes Massive Tumble, Company Axes 300 Employees

This is not a good week for eBay. The company’s stocks took a massive tumble a day after revealing that it was slashing about 300 jobs in the Bay Area.

eBay informed the Employment Development Department of California of its move to cut about 300 jobs in the area by Friday, July 20. The affected employees were reportedly notified last month that they were being laid off.

The retail giant later reported its second-quarter earnings to its investors. The company secured a net profit of 64 cents per share, which was above what analysts projected. However, its warning that the present quarter’s revenue would go down resulted in a selloff that saw eBay’s stocks fall by 10 percent, ending in $ 34.11 per share.

eBay also reported that its expected full-year profit will be around $ 10.75 billion to $ 10.85 billion, down from its previous estimate of about $ 10.9 billion to $ 11.1 billion. The company also lowered its expectations regarding its third-quarter earnings per share to somewhere between $ 0.54 and $ 0.56.

News of the layoffs and the drop in stock prices is typically something to be worried about. Conventional wisdom dictates that cutting jobs should lead to a boost in share prices. After all, reduced cost means better profits. eBay certainly looks at it that way, as the company stated that the savings it made the previous quarter will provide them with additional funds to spend on marketing.

eBay has been relatively quiet the past few years, particularly when compared to rival Amazon. But despite losing its luster, the company has been performing steadily. Its stock prices even reached a high $ 36 per share last January. This capped a 139 percent gain of the past five years. Unfortunately, shares have dropped 27 percent since then.

Some Wall Street analysts have said that this drop in shares is puzzling, as the company continues to make progress with its key initiatives. They noted that the company is still “losing market share at a time when eCommerce, in general, is thriving.” One analyst even said that this could be due to eBay customers not bringing in new buyers to the platform.

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Here’s a Quick Sneak Peek at This Year’s Massive Black Friday Discount

The crowds. The lines. The noise. The endless circling to find parking. Black Friday is an American institution — and for good reason. Commerce is king, humans like to save money, and Black Friday marries those two together unlike any other date on the calendar. But over the last handful of years, something has come
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Dear Google: 4 suggestions for fixing your massive problem with fake reviews

Columnist and local search expert Joy Hawkins notes that unless Google My Business gets serious about addressing fake reviews, it will suffer a loss of credibility. Here are her suggestions for tackling this ongoing issue.

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War And Peace: Bloomberg’s Massive History Of Google’s EU Antitrust Case

If you want a history of Google’s search battles with European antitrust regulators, a new article from Brad Stone (and colleagues) at Bloomberg will more than satisfy you. While there’s very little truly new information, the well-researched (and lengthy) piece is nearly comprehensive…



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How to Build a Massive Email List (Without Being Annoying)

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Fact: Email is still (by far) the most profitable online sales channel.

That means an essential aspect of your audience is the segment that trusts you with their primary email address. So, it seems fair to say that enticing your prospective customers and clients onto an email list is crucial.

Once you start building that list, you always want more. It’s like crack, really.

Email subscriber count crack, to be exact.

And like any addiction, you start considering desperate measures to get more. Things like annoying the majority of your site visitors in order to increase your daily sign-up rate.

Enter the popup, hover over … what have you. That annoying thing that jumps up in your face while you’re trying to absorb information that interests you.

Funny thing is, those things actually work. You’ll definitely build your email list faster, although — ironically — the quality of your list will ultimately suffer, and you’ll make less money.

Is there another way?

Absolutely. We’ve done it, and we want to teach it to you.

Webinar: How to Build a Massive Email List (Without Being Annoying)

Copyblogger Media COO Tony Clark and I will take you behind the scenes of the recent Copyblogger redesign, the addition of MyCopyblogger, and the launch of Authority – with a main focus on how the design strategy and free member area have increased daily email signups by over 400%.

You’ll get the inside story on:

  • Why we’ve emphasized MyCopyblogger over our products on the site
  • How design architecture smartly guides traffic flow on your site
  • Why offering “access” beats the old school email newsletter
  • The wonderful power of registration over “opt in”
  • The secret to a 400% increase in email subscribers
  • How to repurpose existing content into high value access enticements
  • When to sell to your subscribers, and how to do it right
  • Who is a good email lead, who isn’t, and how to tell the difference

Now, there are two ways to get the goods …

You like options, and we’ve got them for you. You can choose to:

1. Buy this webinar:

Sign up for How to Build a Massive Email List (Without Being Annoying). This live webinar will be held on June 21, 2013 at 3 pm Eastern time. You’ll be able to ask questions during the Q&A session of the webinar, and barring unforeseen technical difficulties, get the recording of the webinar plus the optimized transcript.

2. Join Authority:

Join Authority, our content marketing training and networking community designed to accelerate your skills and success. Get How to Build a Massive Email List (Without Being Annoying), all the other education we release in June and in the next 12 months, instant access to over 60 hours of online marketing training, participate in our interactive networking forum, and much more.

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One way or another, I’m looking forward to seeing you this Friday, June 21, 2013 at 3 pm Eastern time, and helping you grow your email list and your sales.

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