For over 18 years, ShareASale has built itself to become the leading provider of performance marketing solutions. Designed for businesses of all sizes, they pride themselves on creating fast and efficient tools that yield accurate and streamlined results for their clients. From structuring campaigns to developing ads and data feed, they offer top-of-the-line technologies to help businesses build and grow their affiliate program. Priced at $650, this platform only charges recurring fees depending on the amount of sales you generate monthly.
I never really knew how Google Adwords was working for me until I began tracking conversions with LeadDyno. While I always used the conversion tracking pixel that Google provides, I always found it to be imperfect. That’s because I want to measure specific $$$ amounts and sales… while Google is only able to tell me if someone made it to a certain page. Like a sign up, or “thank you” page. That’s a good start – but I need more! Specifically, I need to know what somebody bought and/or signed up for… how much they purchased… and how long they stayed with us afterwards. This is easy to do with LeadDyno. All you need to do is create a new marketing campaign tracking link – as use this link as the Target URL within Adwords. Or, if you’re advertising on Facebook, just make sure the link that you provide Facebook with is a campaign tracking link from LeadDyno. Don’t just give Facebook the link to your homepage – give them this link instead. It’s pretty much the same thing as using an affiliate link to track the effectiveness of a specific marketing campaign. Because LeadDyno is already plugged into your website – and most importantly, your E-Commerce provider – you’ll have visibility into the entire sales funnel that was generated as a result of each specific advertising campaign you are tracking. I’ve been doing online marketing for the past decade, and I can tell you this is huge. It allows me to test campaigns quickly and easily. I’m able to let our winners run, and cut our losers short.
Long Tail Pro is a newly cloud based keyword research software that runs on Adobe Air which can cater to both Windows and Macs users. The software was originally created by Spencer Haws and was recently bought by Wired Investors. Besides having a built-in keyword competitive metric (like the others), Long Tail Pro is also able to customise the keyword difficulty level which you should target on based on your own domain. Matching your sites competitiveness with keywords that are appropriate.
ClickMeter is a no-code, no-software platform that caters to agencies, affiliates, advertisers, publishers, and developers. As one of the top 20 affiliate marketing software solutions on the market, this multifaceted tool can help save time and money on online marketing efforts. Users can access it to monitor in real-time which efforts are the most effective and profitable as well as analyze and compare the results of online promotions, from pay-per-click ads and social media to blog posting and affiliations. To expand its reach and to better help its users, ClickMeter has offices in 4 different locations worldwide.
Pixabay is a massive database of images that are royalty free and under “creative commons.” Which means you can use these pictures and do not need to attribute anything back to the creators. There isn’t anything wrong with acknowledging an artist but it does take away from the content when you have a link pointing out from your site that isn’t necessarily relevant or “upgrading” the content.
If you are planning to do in-depth keyword research and analyze your competitors' backlink profiles, here is a tool that will help you achieve this quickly and effortlessly. Majestic has one of the largest, publicly available databases that is updated on a regular basis. Including well-structured data, the tool will show you the status of your site regarding backlinks. In particular, you will know your website's backlink history, learn from where the links are coming, what type of content is getting links on your site, and a whole lot of other data that will help you better understand your site's link profile.
Hi, Steve! Thank you for sharing this. You’re right, I shy away from making videos because I don’t believe I can make one. I enjoyed watching the video that you have prepared; it was very explanatory. I also visited Animoto and I liked it very much. I want to start making my own video now and I hope I will be successful in creating and promoting it.