arly 18th century. Cartographer Jonathan Green undertakes a scientific voyage from Europe to the East. Having passed through Transylvania and crossed the Carpathian Mountains, he finds himself in a small village lost in impassible woods. Nothing but chance and heavy fog could bring him to this cursed place. People who live here do not resemble any other people which the traveler saw before that. The villagers, having dug a deep moat to fend themselves from the rest of the world, share a naive belief that they could save themselves from evil, failing to understand that evil has made its nest in their souls and is waiting for an opportunity to gush out upon the world.
When you’re selling anything online it’s always better if you can narrow the tools and solutions you’re using down to just a few. Ideally you want as few moving parts as possible, but oftentimes the “perfect” solutions just don’t exist, so we as marketers have to basically Frankenstein several tools and softwares together to do what we’re ultimately trying to achieve, until a real solution emerges.
And many times when there is a tool that claims to do it all, it’s usually false and winds up that of all the things that it does, it’s not really the best at any of them.
However, occasionally there are sometimes tools that actually do come out that are pretty amazing at all the things you need, but again, those tools are usually way overpriced for the average person.
Webinars are one of the powerful ways to generate sales as an online marketer. The different between webinars and other forms of selling products online is the personal one-on-one connection and rapport that you’re building from being live (or a live simulation AKA evergreen webinars) and it definitely translates in the conversion rates.
Typically, on average, webinars can convert 10X higher than just regular cold traffic sent to an offer and another benefit of live calls and webinars is that you can command and charge higher prices for products and services.
The only downside to webinars up until this point is that marketers have been limited by the thin selection of solutions available, most of which don’t really do a great job of integrating with other platforms, don’t have very many features, and oftentimes tend to crash or be a bit buggy.
So, when it comes to article spinners, previously they didn’t really get me all that excited. I thought they were mostly for restructuring already crap content, and pumping out thousands of articles mainly for SEO spamming and blackhat linkbuilding softwares…which they certainly can be.
However, I only had that opinion of them because I didn’t really know of another way to use them, and I personally don’t do a lot of blackhat spammy linkbuilding myself. Sometimes I dooutsource it But I’d prefer not to actually be the one building them myself.
I like to focus on creating more high quality articles that are well-written and give a lot of value, and then SEOing the shit out of them with lots of powerful links to push them up in the search engines.
But the thing is, getting a high quality, well-researched article written ain’t that cheap. It’s definitely worth it, but it ain’t cheap, if you’re looking to build a huge site of high quality articles.
So, that’s when I stumbled upon Article Forge. I LOVE this tool. While it’s not going to produce expert level content, what makes it unique from other article spinners is that it actually GENERATES unique content from scratch (at the push of a button).
This is incredible.
You can even have it setup to automatically post to as many different blogs and websites as you want, which saves you additional time.
In the video above I show you how I have been using it, and that strategy alone, even with zero links pointing to my site is getting me loads of free organic traffic for the long tail keywords I’m going after.