SendOwl Review: An Easy Way to Sell Your Digital Products

SendOwl Review: An Easy Way to Sell Your Digital Products

One of the best ways to make money online is to sell digital products from your own website or blog. Other monetization methods like affiliate marketing present great opportunities as well, but selling your own products has several advantages like giving you full control, helping to establish your reputation and authority, and allowing you to build an email list of buyers who may keep buying from you in the future.

There are a lot of potential challenges that can arise when you want to sell your own products, and the e-commerce setup winds up overwhelming many bloggers and website owners. About 4 or 5 years ago I was looking for the best way to start selling my own products and I wound up going through several different options because everything was just too complicated. Eventually I tried E-Junkie and I was thrilled that I could get a digital product up and for sale in just a matter of minutes.

I used E-Junkie for a few years and overall I had a good experience (I still use E-Junkie on one of my sites) but there were several things that I didn’t like. Most significantly, the user interface is very outdated, not user-friendly, and hasn’t been re-designed in years.

These days my favorite option for easily selling digital products is SendOwl. There are a lot of reasons to love SendOwl, and I’ll get into those in a moment. I know many bloggers and website owners are in need of an easy way to sell their own products, so I wanted to share my experience with SendOwl because I know it can help a lot of you that are reading. I also wanted to mention a few things about SendOwl that I think could be improved.

10 Keys to Selling a Website for Six Figures

Wow, it’s been a really long time since I published a new post here at ProfitBlitz! I didn’t intend for that long of a delay, but a few months ago I went through the process of selling some of my sites and recently all of my time has been tied up in the process of transitioning my time and focus from those sites to new projects.

Over the past 5 or 6 years I’ve sold several websites/blogs and I get questions pretty often from friends who are looking to sell a site of their own, so I wanted to share some of the things I’ve learned from my own experiences. This article covers 10 things that I have found to be key to selling a website for six figures. Of course, this doesn’t mean that all of these items will apply to all situations, but in general they are good things to know if you are interested in selling your own site at some point in the future.

Here are 10 keys to selling a website for six figures.

Monetize Your Blog Effectively with the Promo Box WordPress Plugin

Monetize Your Blog Effectively with the Promo Box WordPress Plugin

One of the most important aspects of monetizing a blog is getting the right offers in front of the right people. If you want to promote products as an affiliate or sell your own products promoting them in the main body of your content is far more effective than simply throwing some banners in your sidebar. Promotions within the post content, or directly above or below the content will generally be the most visible, attract the most clicks, and ultimately make you the most money.

10 Reasons to Focus on Email List Building

10 Reasons to Focus on Email List Building

There are countless different things you can spend your time on when you are managing a website or blog. I don’t know about you, but personally I could fill just about any number of hours that my work week could possibly have, because there are always other things that I want to be working on. With a limited amount of time being available it is important to use your time on the things that will get results for your business, and one of those priorities should be to build an email list. In this article I’ll mention 10 reasons why you should be making your email list (or lists) a major area of focus.

10 Amazing Tools for Marketers and Bloggers

10 Amazing Tools for Marketers and Bloggers

Are you looking for shortcuts to get a massive growth to your online business? While others take the long way, you can take advantage of available tools and resources to simplify the overall process and do your work in a smart way. I think this article can be worthwhile for many website owners, internet marketers, business owners and bloggers to achieve explosive growth. Within the last 3 years, I have used hundreds of tools. Most of them haven’t worked well for me. I have learned a lot and have collected a group of tools that I rely on. Some of these tools are free while others are paid. Premium tools will give you more chances to succeed in the marketing world, so don’t eliminate a tool from consideration just because it is not free. 1. HootSuite HootSuite is one of the most advanced social media management tools that I have ever used. It is great for companies and web masters to manage a lot of social media networks for different customers, or for just managing your own social profiles. You can review all your posts on all social networks in one visual format, monitor your campaign analytics and schedule posts for a specific time and date. I love HootSuite for: The advantage to access many social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Foursquare, WordPress and Mixi. Great interface where you can organize and allow users to engage into social networks. Unique app library. You can access to more than 100 apps to track social networks and sites. 2. SE Ranking SE Ranking is a great SEO software that helps...
How to Get 8,958 Email Subscribers in 90 Days

How to Get 8,958 Email Subscribers in 90 Days

About 3 months ago I published a post Zero to 5,273 Subscribers in 90 Days where I covered the process I used with one of my sites to start building an email list. Today I’d like to follow up on that email and show the progress of that project over the past 90 days. I know building an email list is a major priority for many people who are reading this and so I hope there is some information here that can be useful to you with your own projects.

230+ Domain Name Ideas for Your New Websites and Blogs

230+ Domain Name Ideas for Your New Websites and Blogs

Choosing the domain name is an important step in the early stages of any type of website or blog, but it can be a big challenge with so many domains already registered. Personally, I really struggle to come up with possible domain names for my sites, and I know I am not alone.

One of my go-to resources over the past several years has been this list of domain name prefixes and suffixes compiled by Daniel Scocco. I’ve used this list to brainstorm possibilities for many different sites and over the years I have added many other words to create my own list that I also use. Daniel’s list was published almost 9 years ago, and so I decided to publish my own list of domain name suffixes and prefixes in this post.

13 Ways to Generate Leads for Your Business

13 Ways to Generate Leads for Your Business

You hear a lot about traffic, but not as much about leads.

But the truth is, leads are what people are really after – we just don’t express it that way.

There’s an assumption that traffic will just naturally convert to leads, but that isn’t always the case.

And what if you don’t have traffic, but want to generate leads for your business today?

In that case, you have to pursue other avenues.

I’m going to be covering 13 different ways to generate leads for your business, many of which are free, simple, and can be started now.

On-Going Traffic from Pinterest

On-Going Traffic from Pinterest

Back in January I published a post about how I was able to more than double my traffic from Pinterest in just 30 days. A few months have gone by since that time and I wanted to follow up to show the results over a longer period of time. One of the reasons I love Pinterest is because, unlike most other social networks, it has the potential to be a consistent source of traffic. Facebook can lead to huge traffic if you get a link shared on a popular fan page, or if your content is shared/liked by loads of users, but that traffic is always short-lived. The life of a post that gets a lot of pins at Pinterest can be far longer. This reliability and consistency makes Pinterest an extremely valuable source of traffic that shouldn’t be overlooked.

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