CASE STUDY: How To Get 22,440 Facebook Fans In 10 Weeks

Between October 24th and November 8th – a total of 16 days – I have generated 154,174 visitors to a blog that is just over two months old. That works out to 9,635 visitors per day! I have focussed most of my time on just one traffic source and that traffic source has been directly […]

Case Study: My Journey To My First 3,000 Facebook Fans

I started the Facebook fan page for my health and beauty blog on March 16th 2012. I’d never owned a fan page before and had never used Facebook as a marketing channel. I was a complete newbie with no idea what I was doing. But yesterday, just over four months after starting my page, I […]

5 Tricks For Getting Big Traffic From Pinterest

This week I’ve been talking a lot about Pinterest and how important it is for my blog traffic and my income. Pinterest sends me around 300 visitors per day and is growing rapidly. Today I want to share five “tricks” that will get your blog more Pins because the more Pins you get, the more […]

How I Got 5,112 Visitors From Facebook In 2 Hours

At 1.25pm UK time, a Facebook fan page with 27,000 fans posted a link to one of my blog posts to their page. This is the post they posted a link to: http://www.revitaliseyourhealth.com/tea-tree-oil-uses This sent an instant surge of traffic to my blog and, from looking at my Google Real Time Analytics, I was getting […]

How To Make More Amazon Commissions With A Facebook Fan Page

I love being an Amazon affiliate and it’s one of the biggest revenue streams for my health and beauty blog. No matter what I publish a blog post about, there will always be a product or two I can recommend within the article. But the best thing of all about promoting Amazon products is the […]

Facebook Fan Pages Versus Email Lists – Which Is Better?

Over the past few years a number of big marketers have proclaimed that “email marketing is dying”. I’ve always dismissed it since it normally coincides with their most recent launch which offers an alternative to email marketing. Surprising, that! And while I still don’t believe that email marketing will ever “die”, I have found a […]