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10 Easy Ways to Grow Your Blog Traffic in 20 Minutes or Less (Video)

Top 10 Ways to Increase Blog Traffic in 20 Minutes or Less

Here’s my latest Periscope broadcast. This one’s all about quick actions you can take to grow your blog’s traffic. Overview of Video Tips

Hot Blog Topics – Find topics that are currently trending. Use tools like Google Trends, BuzzFeed, BuzzSumo, Twitter and Facebook Trends and other related tools. Write your spin on what everyone’s talking about. Continue Reading →

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Blog-Fire: How to Install Google Analytics on Your Blog

How to Install Google Analytics on Your Blog

So you need help setting up and installing Google Analytics on your blog? I’ve got you covered. Let’s jump right in. How to Set Up Your Blog for Tracking on Google Analytics

First, sign up for a free account at google.com/analytics

You’ll need to login with your Gmail account. If you don’t have one, just create one real fast at https://mail.google.com/mail/signup. Continue Reading →

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7 Insider Tricks to Find Best-Selling Non-Fiction eBook Ideas

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Castleman offers an entire plan to succeed in Kindle publishing in the video, but he doesn’t give it away, so I’ll just tell this one secret today and offer you the link to the actual product in case you’re interested in knowing more. Continue Reading →

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Non-Fiction eBook Idea Generation Tip: Your Blog’s Google Analytics

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A couple of days ago, I talked about my two best-selling books (so far), and today, I’m sharing a tip on how you can generate profitable ebook ideas for your own Kindle publishing efforts. See, whenever I see something that’s working, I study it and figure out what I did differently and how I can do it better next time. So, here’s what I’ve come up with. Something I did here that might have been particularly useful was to use the analytics from my QueenBeeing.com site, which is where many of my readers find me – but also a super-sharp way for me to find out what people want to know and what I can write to help them to improve their life in some way (that’s my general mission with all of my books – they must, in some way, have a positive effect on a person’s life). I look at the Acquisition tab in Google Analytics, specifically the SEO/Queries section. Continue Reading →

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