Many people, like myself, have realized the numerous advantages that writing articles can provide. Article marketing is now widely recognized as a great strategy to promote a website, but there are plenty of other ways for aspiring writers to make money.
I took the suggestion and haven’t looked back since. Writing articles is an excellent approach to increase the number of one-way backlinks to your website, and the readers of each post are also potential visitors.
I strive to give guidance in each article and make them pleasant for any potential reader.
There are other ways for people who enjoy writing, such as myself, to profit from our talents.
Writing freelance for newspapers and magazines is another way for people to supplement their income with their expertise. There’s no reason why you couldn’t make money this way if your abilities are good enough and what you write is interesting to a large audience.
Writing has never been more in demand, and now is the time for those who believe they have a talent to take advantage of it. There is a lot of garbage on the internet right now, and excellence will always stand out.
Many people would claim that they aren’t well-educated enough to be considered a writer in some circles. This may or may not be true for some people, but you will never know unless you try. As they say, content is king, and if your content is good and interesting, why should people be concerned about your absence of examinations and other forms of assessment?
Make sure your information is easy to understand and that every word is spelled correctly. Go for it. The world is your oyster.
SecondSplash.com is a splash page builder that makes it easy for even the most technically challenged to create a compelling splash page. (more on this later).
For now, let’s first address what exactly a splash page is…
A splash page is a company’s introduction to their website. It’s not a landing page, but rather a large window that is used to promote a service or product, announce a promotion, or deliver necessary information, before a user is able to enter the site and view the rest of the site’s pages. A typical splash page will usually be displayed in its entirety above the fold; that is, the area in a visitor’s browser that is viewable without having to scroll down.
SecondSplash.com uses a simple 3 step system to help members create splash (and capture – more on this later) pages.
Members choose a background image from over 60 categories, all hosted by SecondSplash.com on their content delivery network. Pro members have the ability to upload their own background images to the network or import it from a web address (URL)
Edit a text placeholder with a message you want your splash page to convey, move it to where you want it displayed on the background image and specify the color you want it in.
Give your splash page a short descriptive name, and where visitors must go when they click on it and publish.
Once published, the member receives a splash page link that they can enter into traffic exchanges and anywhere else they want to promote it. Once such a splash page link is viewed, we get to see where the name Second Splash comes in…
This is rather imaginative. Rather than just displaying the splash page you created, 2 splash pages are displayed next to each other, or under each other when viewed on a smaller device such as a mobile phone. The splash page belonging to the link owner will be displayed on the right hand side (top on smaller screens) and another splash page will be displayed on the left (bottom on smaller screens). The splash page on the left/bottom will be a random splash page that belongs to the person who referred the owner of the splash page link. However, only 50% of the time will the left/top splash page belong to the sponsor. The other 50% of time when a splash page link is followed, the left/top splash page will be long to a random pro member. (more on pro features later)
Readers who are sharp will quickly notice this is a fresh way of getting a lot of traffic without effort by either referring a lot of members to their downline or subscribing to the pro membership.
Talking about referrals, every time a splash page is viewed, the affiliate link of both the right side splash owner as well as the affiliate link of the left side splash owner is also embedded into the page, making this a very interesting concept to study as far as passive marketing is concerned. Not only is your affiliate link promoted when you promote your splash page links, but also when members in your downline promote theirs. This sets a snowball effect in motion whereby the people you refer will promote your splash pages and affiliate link, which will lead to more people signing up under you, which leads to more of your splash pages and affiliate link being shown and around and around it goes. Just this feature alone should make it an easy choice for newbiews as I can’t think of an easier way to get new signups into a program.
PRO FEATURES AND COMMISSIONS
At the time of their launch, a pro membership will cost you $24 a month, or you can get 2 months free with an annual membership for $240. There is also a lifetime option available. As a free member you will earn 25% commission for every subscriber and as a pro member that goes up to 50%, so as a pro member, you need 2 subscribers to effectively get your own pro subscription free.
With the viral way this system is set up to auto-promote your affiliate link, getting two pro referrals to essentially make your own pro membership free, should be a cinch. Here, it should be noted, they have a fast action bonus, only available for 3 days after you join that really adds a lot to your membership. A big selling point for the fast action bonus is the ability to also use SecondSplash.com to create capture pages.
If you miss out on the fast action bonus, you can get it later as an add-on at a much higher price, however, even with the higher priced add-on you will not get everything available through the fast action bonus, so be aware of that if it is the route you want to go.
WHAT YOU GET AS A PRO MEMBER:
Create up to 20 (30 with fast action bonus) simultaneous campaigns (Free members are restricted to 3 campaigns)
See click through rates on your campaigns. Click rates are recorded for free members as well, but only become available once they reach pro status.
See where your clicks are coming from
See where your referrals are coming from
Get detailed analytics, charts and reports
Customize your splash designs with 8 fonts (12 if you grab the fast action bonus)
Customize your splash designs with 2 text placeholders (Free members get one)
Customize your splash designs with text outlining
Get double the commission free members get
Have your campaigns (and affiliate link) promoted by the entire membership.
Message your downline any time without having to earn credits
Get access to analytical insights without having to earn credits
With regards to this last pro benefit, they have a section on your back-office where you can see the top five splash pages getting the most clicks. This is the top 5 among the entire membership, not just your own account. This is an especially nice feature as it allows you to inspect the winning campaigns to model your own campaigns after it. This feature is available to free members as well, but in order to get access they must first earn 15 credits by viewing 15 splash pages belonging to pro members.
SecondSplash.com is a novel idea that will appeal to new and seasoned marketers alike. The top 5 campaigns feature is stroke of genius, creating equal opportunity for free and promembers alike to create winning campaigns and the referral system will set a new standard for viral marketing and passive income.
Referral System Top 5 Analytics
CONS Free members are limited to 3 campaigns.
FINAL VERDICT I think it is clear from this review, I could not really fault the system. While seasoned marketers will knock this out of the ballpark, newbies will find it hard to find an easier system to refer other members, so it is a win for all. Two Thum bs Up…Go grab it.
🎬 𝗧𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀 0:00 Intro 3:34 Part 1: Pick a Topic for your Website 4:41 Part 2: Launch your Website 5:20 Pick a Name for your Website 6:13 Get Domain & Hosting 8:56 Part 3: Change the Design of your Site 9:08 Login to your Website 10:39 Install New Theme 11:48 Part 4: Add Content to your Website 12:22 Find Keywords 14:03 Find Number of Searches 16:05 Create Content with Keyword 18:43 Part 5: Add Products 19:02 Choose the Products 20:30 Add Products to your blog
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Step 2: Install a New Theme Go to Dashboard ► Appearance ► Themes ► Add New Theme Find the perfect theme for your website, we recommend ‘minimal blog’
👉 Part 4: Adding Content Go to step 3: Finding tools, click any tool And search & select your keywords, Now go to step 4: Find number of searches Use any of the tool to find search volume and difficulty level of the keyword Now create useful content with selected keyword Now to add content create a post, by clicking ‘New & post’
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Step 3: Add affiliate links of products first apply for Amazon Affiliate Program, & create account, And now go to your post add a button, and link the product To get the link, go to Amazon, you will find a new menu. Go to product, and click ‘text’ below get link
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