Dan Norris, co-founder of WP-Curve (a company that provides on-going support for Wordpress users) has helped hundreds of Wordpress site owners through a myriad of different problems. He's on the show today to help us with the most common mistakes webmasters make, and how to avoid them for an improved site and user experience.
SPI friend and confidant, Corbett Barr from ThinkTraffic.net , joins me in a unique, hi-def video interview where I ask him a number of questions about getting more traffic to your blog, especially if you're just starting out or you've hit a plateau and need to get off of it. We cover a number of important [...]
I've been in hardcore "video mode" lately as I'm in the middle of creating content for a new product, so I thought I'd bring some of that energy to the blog and mix things up a bit by posting a video instead of a normal post or podcast. I had a ton of fun shooting [...]
A lot of you have been asking me for a Niche Site Duel update and I'm happy to share my latest report with you today - exactly one year after posting my very first announcement about the challenge. One year after deciding to build a niche site from scratch, I now own the #1 ranked [...]
As much as I enjoy writing and sharing my income reports, I also occasionally write a traffic report because as we all know, traffic is the lifeblood of a website. It's important to understand how people come to our sites and what people are doing when they get there, so we can analyze and make [...]
In this session of the Smart Passive Income Podcast, I welcome Corbett Barr from ThinkTraffic.net as a co-host, and we discuss something I know most of you are very interested in...traffic! We talk mostly about traffic for bloggers, although many of the same principles and techniques can apply to any other type of website you [...]
So far, I've written 15 Monthly Income Reports, but I've never written about my traffic - until today. Instead of just "showing you the numbers", I hope I can provide you with some insight as to why the numbers are the way they are, and what can we learn from them. Thanks to those of [...]