Why Ignoring BackLinks Will Cost You – Part 2

Last time, we dove into backlinks (inbound and inward links that link back to your website) and how they work.


Do you know exactly WHERE you should be posting these backlinks?

While we explain methods and tactics you will want to use when creating and correctly placing these tools, what should you also be avoiding?

Often times, the “do not’s” can be just as important as the “do’s”

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Inside The Insider – Episode 91


Since this is the last iTi episode before Valentine’s Day, co-hosts Faye and Wray decided to have a gift exchange as “WishList Valentines”

Well, one of the co-hosts did…

Who knows, you might get some gift giving ideas for that special someone in your life!

ALSO: We released a NEW Bonus PlugIn this past week and it’s sure to be a “favorites” 🙂

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WishList Insider – Forum Focus 71

We’re looking into some important considerations that should be made when you think about hiring some freelancers as well as look at TWO forum threads focusing on the WP Wall plugin (it’s VERY popular).

Are you visiting the Forums regularly? Each day more and more helpful tips are passed back and forth.

You’re only a couple of clicks away from a collection of some of the smartest and most helpful (and welcoming) individuals around. If you’ve got questions, they’ve got answers 🙂

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Biting Off More Than You Can Chew

Just the other day I was feeding my dog.

Most of the time she is pretty good at swallowing all the bites she takes. In fact, it seems like one gulp and all the food is gone! She seems to inhale it. There is no effort in tasting or enjoying the food.

Her goal is always to take the biggest bites as possible and to swallow those bites as fast as possible. There is not much thinking involved.

So what can we learn from a “canine consumer” such as this?

What parallels can be draw between this behavior and us as membership site owners?

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If You Confuse Them, They Will Cancel

Many support tickets I see are due to members doing the “wrong” thing.

Had the member “understood my site”, the membership site owner wouldn’t need tech support. However, it’s unfair to blame the member, as they obviously didn’t understand what to do.

Today, I’ll share simple tips and tricks on how to direct your members so they’ll never get lost while navigating your site.

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