If you don't know exactly what a bounce rate is, follow me...
Let's say you invite a new friend over to your house for a special dinner you are preparing. You entice them with all the details and tell them how satisfied they will be after consuming this delectable meal. You can almost hear his/her mouth watering through the phone! So, they accept your offer and head over to your house.
The first thing you do when they arrive is greet them. Then you may offer complimentary snacks and socialize a bit to keep them content and entertained until the main dish is ready to be served. Now, imagine this...
You thought they were going for a bathroom break, but this friend suddenly got up and walked out , with no warning and no explanation [they 'bounced'].
If this was your first time having a friend over, your bounce rate is 100% at this point. NOT good! You might find...
Many entrepreneurs [especially in the beginning] think that broadening their services or products to appeal to a wider audience will help drum up business. This couldn't further from the truth!
Broadening your audience just means more money spent on advertising to a very broad audience. Think about it... If you're targeting homeowners with children and not getting a great return on investment (ROI) for advertising, broadening your audience to include 'all' homeowners is just going to spread your ads more thin.
If you are not getting results from your advertising, generalizing your ads to resonate with a broader audience is not the answer. You don't need to reach more people, you just need to reach the right people.
To reach the right people, you need to define and hyper-target your ideal customer/client.
In order to accurately define your ideal customer, you don't need a niche, you need a micro-niche.
The difference between a niche and a micro-niche is...
Ok, I don’t mean that literally. But generally speaking, you probably fit into one of those categories, right? I mean, if you already knew how to make money on YouTube, instead of reading this article, you’d probably be busy making YouTube videos.
Anyway, there are several different ways people make money on YouTube. I am going to give you the most common, for now.
You know those sometimes annoying ads at the beginning of YouTube videos? The ones where you stare at the countdown waiting for the button to say Skip Ad? That’s Google AdSense.
Advertisers bid on these spots, the YouTuber does not ‘choose’ these ads. The advertisers based on ad type and...
Remember that time you couldn’t get your business off the ground because your friends and family didn’t support you or believe in you? They may have been excited and told you it was a GREAT idea but didn’t want to pay for your services or product. Maybe they didn’t take you seriously because your idea was too big. Or maybe since you were presenting a new idea and starting from scratch, they thought you were just struggling and desperate to make a dollar.
Are you going through this right now?
If you are an entrepreneur of any type (or have a friend who is) – selling merchandise, offering services like personal training or coaching, freelancing, mowing lawns, doing hair and makeup, photography, training dogs, cleaning houses, or WHATEVER – I am sure you can relate to this.
So many new entrepreneurs reach out to friends and family FIRST to help them get their new businesses off the ground.
This often leads to those passive...
Have you diligently searched for remote jobs only to be discouraged by seeing the extremely high number of candidates who applied for the same position before you? Or how about getting a response and finding out that the ‘management’ role you applied for was actually for a multi-level marketing (MLM) scheme?
According to a survey conducted by Owl Labs spanning 23 countries across 6 continents, only 16% of companies around the globe are fully remote and a whopping 44% do not allow remote work at all.
The survey also established that while 68% of global employees work remote at least once a month, only 18% work remotely full time. Additionally, an overwhelmingly large percent of the employees who reported working remote full time, are in South America).
Also, FlexJobs reports that for every ONE legitimate remote job, there are 60-70 scams!
"44% of global companies do not allow remote work at all."
One reason legitimate remote jobs are not plentiful on the...
$1,000 in 28 days. That's the goal.
And it won't cost you a PENNY.