Monthly Archives: June 2016

Affiliate Marketing Can Make You Successful But Only If You Have A System

Since they are so marvelous, I had to make use of them. Some of the scripts were described as simple. Indeed most of them are very simple to use. However, when I looked at their source codes, they are extremely gibberish to me. I really marvel at the work done by the programmers of these scripts. Perhaps in the future, I might want to pursue this line of programming activity. I can see great possibilities there.

Use key phrases throughout your site as you design it. It is vital to bear in mind that your web design isn’t great because it is artsy, but because it persuades the visitor. You must determine what target group you wish to attract to your site. What type of language will your visitors respond to? Find three to five keywords and layer them throughout your design.

The main thing for newbies, like myself, is creating a good, solid web site with excellent content. You can submit parts of it, the articles, to other places to help you build traffic. You can place ads very simply using AdSense and affiliate based on “natural fits.” And keep working on what works for you. I have learned a lot so far and you will too.

A lead capture page is very simple. It includes a headline, a subhead and an opt-in form. You easily create one by using free WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) web design software (for instance: Nvu).

All three companies offer trial versions that you can download and use for a month and, as far as I could tell, they were all full working versions. To say ‘point and click’ is really an understatement, because these three programs are so easy to use, it’s more like just playing around in Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro.

Use JavaScript to include a custom font on your webpages. Libraries like Typekit and Google Web Fonts make it easy to include esoteric fonts on webpages, even if most visitors don’t have those fonts on their computers. It works by embedding the font itself into JavaScript so that it can be decoded by the client on the fly.

Much depends on the type of website you want, and a small mini-site of half a dozen pages will be easier to build than a full content site of several dozen. There are certain elements of a website that you might think essential, while others are more optional. One of the essentials is a home page that catches the eye and the interest of a visitor, so that they do not leave immediately after they arrive.