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Fix  character in Google search results and Facebook share description

August 24, 2016 3:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you’re seeing a strange  character or characters in your Google search results description or when sharing your articles and blog posts on Facebook but not in your article body itself then trust me, I understand your frustration because I thought I had tried every solution out there and none of the common fixes seemed to work for me. Read more to find out how I fixed the problem for my website and hopefully it will help you as well. When it’s not in the body If and only if you’re not seeing those characters anywhere else except for... View Article

Customer service quotes and tips to improve your company’s help desk

June 1, 2016 12:45 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

I absolutely love it how Gregory Ciotti from HelpScout believes that customer service can and should be considered your #1 marketing channel mainly because by taking care of your existing customers first, you immediately attract more interested prospects your way thanks to one of the most cost effective marketing techniques available to you- the word of mouth exposure from loyal and happy clients. In this article I will share some of the things I learned about how to provide better customer service from managing a Get Paid To website for more than 6 years and to spice things up, I’ll leave you pondering upon a few smart customer... View Article

How to gain your visitor’s attention in 10 seconds before they leave for good

May 29, 2016 5:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

According to the traffic analysis firm Chartbeat, which monitored the behavior of 2 billion website visits over the course of a month, 55% or more than half of your website visitors will spend less than 15 seconds actively on your page. This essentially means that you’ve got around 10-15 seconds to make the magic happen and grab your viewer’s attention before they grow tired of you and, well, leave for good. On top of that a famous eye tracking test conducted by Jakob Nielsen way back in 2008 concluded that only about 20% of your content is actually read and the rest is... View Article

Customer satisfaction surveys are the backbone of every successful business

May 8, 2016 12:33 pm Published by 1 Comment

Customer satisfaction is the backbone of every successful venture not only because a happy customer is going to come back to you in the future, but because a happy client is more likely to recommend your services to their friends and acquaintances and as we all know, word of mouth can be one of the most efficient and influential advertising campaigns out there, not to mention the fact that it’s completely free. But how do you make sure your clients feel good around you in the first place? Well, you can always just ask them. Traditional approach is outdated A very... View Article

Live Chat is the most popular way to communicate with your clients

May 6, 2016 11:43 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Just as the old fashioned door-to-door selling and telemarketing have become a thing of the past, the days of simply making a sale by emailing your clients are also numbered. That’s because according to a recent study conducted by eDigital’s Customer Service Benchmark, which surveyed 2000 customers, a whopping of 73% of subjects said that they were most satisfied when using Live Chat instead of traditional customer service channels like phone, SMS or email. Why customers love Live Chat The use of live chat functionality has been increasing over the years as more and more companies and merchants have started to use it. In some cases,... View Article

The future of search: Why ranking #1 no longer matters (that much)

May 2, 2016 2:29 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The implementation of Google’s Knowledge Graph, which was launched back in 2012, is a very important milestone in the search engine world and has already had an enormous impact on the way we acquire new information and extract valuable data from the internet. As such, the importance of having your website sit at the first position in Google’s search results is getting more and more irrelevant. In this article I will try to explain why it is so and how you can potentially benefit from this. Knowledge Graph examples Even if you have never heard of the Knowledge Graph, you have probably already seen it in... View Article

Get an explainer video for businesses to boost your sales

January 5, 2016 11:49 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Animated explainer videos, which I’m sure you’ve all seen before, are short one to two minute animations which briefly explain to the visitor what you’re offering or what your website is all about. While it’s been repeated over and over again among internet marketers that video is the next step in modern marketing, there are still some people out there who just don’t understand the significance or worse, understand how important it is, but don’t do anything about it and therefore end up losing thousands of potential leads and sales promoting their boring sales page. The importance of animated explainer videos When... View Article

What is BitGold and why should you care?

November 7, 2015 11:04 am Published by Leave your thoughts

BitGold is a new online payment processor, sort of like PayPal, where your funds, transactions and savings are backed by physical gold instead of being just a number on the screen. The gold you own is stored in one of more than ten vaults around the world and if you want, you can redeem your physical gold at any time in the form of bullion. Founded in 2014 by Roy Sebag (former head of PayPal Canada) and Josh Crumb, BitGold is currently operating in 166 markets with over 320,000 registered accounts and growing. What’s the significance? The first I heard... View Article

Free eBay Listing Description Design HTML Code Copy & Paste

November 1, 2015 8:49 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

When you are listing your items for sale on eBay you will realize that the default listing description editor has certain limits when it comes to designing your description. In order to really stand out from the competition, you need to have a decent looking item description for whatever it is that you’re selling. Feel free to use the following design without any limitations, just copy and paste! Here’s the HTML code The code has been moved here: ebay-listing-template.txt Just copy everything in there and paste it in your eBay listing editor making sure you’ve got the HTML tab open... View Article

yAds is a classifieds script with integrated Paymentwall system

October 8, 2015 8:29 pm Published by 2 Comments

Have you ever wanted to run your own profitable classifieds website, but didn’t know where to start? Now you can launch your own classifieds website in seconds with the yAds php script that supports Paymentwall payment gateway system. You can either collect direct payments or let your users complete offers instead and interact with your classifieds website. How it works Free posts are limited to lay at the bottom of the main index page and only ten most recent ones will be displayed. Users can however bump their classifieds by purchasing a bump through the Paymentwall gateway. You can also... View Article