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How To Make MONEY On INSTAGRAM In 2017 | Instagram Marketing Crash Course

How To Make MONEY On INSTAGRAM In 2017 There are two reasons why you can start an Instagram account. The first reason is that you actually build an account based on your passion and interest. The second reason is: that you think 'how much money can this account make me'? Well my friend, if you create an account based on those two reasons then you're already winning. However, this isn't always the case. Sometimes you need to gradually develop a love for a certain niche. So don't be afraid to stick with the niche you've chosen for. Another thing you should pay attention to is the growth of accounts in a certain niche and also what are the monetization options? So I've picked the most important niches in my opinion in 2017 on Instagram, and I'm going to discuss what you can expect regarding the monetization options and also what you can expect with regards to growth of an account in that particular niche. So the first niche that I'm going to talk about is the 'quote' niche. I personally have two accounts in this niche. On average a quote page doesn't really grow fast. That's because the content isn't really 'shareable'. You see a quote, but you aren't really aroused, but you don't really want to tag a friend in the comment section. Or maybe you do, but you aren't really like: 'MAN I NEED TO SHARE THIS'. No, you aren't like that. So that's why I think that most quote pages don't really grow that fast. However, there are some pages, pages with millions of followers, that grow really fast. And with fast I mean at least 90k followers per month. So that's enough about the growth, let's talk about the monetization options. The monetizations options are really awesome. Especially motivational and inspirational pages have a lot of options to monetize their audience. They can work with brands, they can do affiliate marketing, they can sell shoutouts to smaller pages, they can also sell growth packages to smaller pages. So in sum, inspirational & motivational pages have a lot of potentials to be profitable. The second niche I'm going to talk about is the 'luxury' niche. Accounts in this niche can grow very fast. Especially the new ones. I don't know why but the algorithm seems to favor the new luxury accounts. However, the rates that you can


HOW TO INSERT LINE BREAKS ON YOUR INSTAGRAM PROFILES? Have you ever seen beautiful Instagram profiles and then tries to create one yourself and noticed there's no line feed in this short video I'm going to tell you how to add line feeds to your profile if I click Change profile and then actually try to type stuff here in the profile description you will notice there is no Enter key there's no line feed no way to switch line and make a new line it's just not possible in this profile description so how can you do it it's also not possible by switching here between different languages and numbers and stuff know where there's no return key no way to make a new line feed. Now, the trick for this is very easy just go to any other text program you have on your mobile like here I'm on notes I create the beautiful little text there and you also see there is a return button available I just copied all of this text just copy all of this text then go back to my Instagram profile that's where it still contains that nonsense and then I add the new description. that's it! that's the easy hack to add line breaks to your profile description. so I hope this little hack helps you create a beautiful Instagram profile as you like it. for more tips please subscribe to my youtube channel thanks have an awesome day.

Google: How to Create Better Meta Descriptions

Google: How to Create Better Meta Descriptions Google has liberated some recommendations regarding how to create better meta descriptions for search results. In addition, Google is doing its part to improve meta descriptions by making a notable update to how "they il be" rendered. How Google Generates Meta Descriptions When deciding which information to display in the snippet of a search outcome, Google will first turn to the content within the page itself and extract the most relevant information. In the event that a page's content is not its most important source based on the user's query, Google will then turn to the manually written meta description to display in the search snippet. Previously, if the page content was not the most relevant source for generating a snippet, and there was no meta description, Google would pull information from DMOZ. With DMOZ now closed, Google has stopped relying on the web directory for making snippets. With that being said, it has become more important than ever for website owners to write good meta descriptions. Google goes on to explain what it considers to be a good meta description. " Good meta descriptions are short blurbs that describe accurately the content of the page. They are like a pitch that persuade the user that the page is exactly what they're looking for ." The most common troubles website owners need to watch out for when creating meta descriptions is neglecting to generate them at all. Another issue is using the same meta description for all pages across the website. Other problems include writing off-topic, spammy, or low-quality meta descriptions. Google says there is technically no character restriction to meta descriptions, but they will be truncated to fit the width of the machine they're being viewed on. Going forward the NOODP robots directive, which prevented Google from employing DMOZ to create snippets, no longer needs to be used.

How to Avoid 6 Common Web Design Mistakes That Hurt SEO

Katya Bovykina 6.0K READS We can all agree that the best websites are designed for both users and search engines, right? That means you never should sacrifice beauty over function, or vice versa. Check your website for the following six common mistakes to see if your beautiful design is preventing your pages from ranking high in search engines. Mistake 1: Missing H1 Tags (Especially on the Home Page) Imagine entering a website with a nice background picture, a well thought out font, and an elaborate color scheme. It looks amazing. Browsing through feels like a walk in a beautiful garden. Too bad nobody will find it in search engines. Why? Because very often website designers and developers forget about essential SEO elements. The most common offense is removing an H1 tag just because there is no place for it on the page. The H1 tag is one of the first elements search engine crawlers will look at to determine what the page is about. Having this tag, and including your target keyword, improves your chances of ranking higher. Here’s a website that has a clear H1 tag front and center: This H1 tag helps Sock Fancy rank in the top three organic positions for many keywords related to “monthly socks”. If you wish to explain to designers and website owners how the website will benefit from an H1 tag, introduce them to a five-second test. According to this test, if a user can easily tell what the website is about after only looking at it for five seconds, its user experience is good. Usually, the easiest way to explain the purpose of the website is by using a descriptive H1 tag above the fold. Mistake 2: Large Images & Media Files Beautiful imagery makes your website look amazing. But you need to be careful with the size of your media files. Including large images and videos can negatively impact your site speed, which may result in lower rankings. Google rewards pages that load quickly. How do you know if you have large content on your website and how can you fix it? For a quick scan, you can use Google PageSpeed Insights Test that will tell you exactly what images Google thinks are too large on the page. This test shows that the page can be further optimized by reducing the size of the images by 70 percent. You can also use Screaming Frog as an alternative to identify large images and media

How to Install Google Analytics in WordPress for Beginners

Installing Google Analytics in WordPress for Beginners In this blog post, you're going to learn exactly how to install Google Analytics on your WordPress website and we'll cover three methods you can choose from to easily add Google Analytics to WordPress. You can choose which method works best for you. See, knowing how your audience interacts with your website is crucial to your site's success. If you're ready to let's get started once you start a blog your number one goal is to get more traffic and subscribers and have Google Analytics on your site, well that helps you make the data-driven decisions you need by showing you the stats that matter. Google Analytics With Google Analytics, you can see stats like who's visiting your site, which posts are the most popular, and how people interact with your site and a lot more. To get Google Analytics on your site you first need to have an analytics account so let's go to analytics.google.com if you don't have an account yet you can sign up there. From there you may choose the website and choose account name then setup your property and then go ahead and add our website address here. Now we can choose the category that the site is about and we can set up a reporting zone now we can scroll down and click get tracking ID and now we see the tracking ID here. Syncing Google Analytics With Your Website Okay so we've set up our Google Analytics, now we need to go to our website and set it up so that they're in sync. Alright, now we need to install it on our WordPress dashboard I'm going to go ahead and leave this tab open but I'm going to head over to my WordPress dashboard and from here like I said where I'll show you three different ways that you can use them choose one of these three and the first one is by using a plug-in. Let's go to plugins, add new, I'm looking for a MonsterInsights you see it's the Google Analytics for WordPress by MonsterIinsights that's the one we want so we'll click install now and then we need to activate it. Once that's activated let's go ahead and configure it you see you have a notification to do that so we can click it up here or we can even go down

How to Improve Your Website Navigation: 7 Essential Best Practices

Benj Arriola Website navigation, when done right, is great for your users and your SEO performance. Good website navigation makes it easy for your visitors to find what they want and for search engines to crawl. The result: more conversions and greater search visibility. But how do you actually do it? By using these website navigation best practices. What is Website Navigation? Website navigation (a.k.a., internal link architecture) are the links within your website that connect your pages. The primary purpose of website navigation is to help users easily find stuff on your site. Search engines use your website navigation to discover and index new pages. Links help search engines to understand the content and context of the destination page, as well as the relationships between pages. Users come first. This is the underlying objective of website navigation you must always remember. Satisfy users first. Make navigation easy. Then, optimize for search engines without hurting the user experience. If you more basic information on website navigation, you’ll find these SEJ posts helpful: Internal Linking Guide to Boost Your SEO by Syed Balkhi Your Essential Guide to Internal Content Linking by Julia McCoy The remainder of this post will maintain a broader focus on website navigation best practices, outlining various internal linking situations that can cause issues for your website visitors and search engines. This topic will be especially relevant and important for anyone working on large websites. Website Navigation & Content Hierarchies When searching for a specific page within a book, you can simply read through the table of contents or the index. When you walk around the grocery store, the aisles are labeled with general section categories and more subcategories are listed on the shelves themselves. Both provide an efficient way to navigate through a lot of content. Content hierarchies exist to simplify the process of locating content. When a mass amount of content exists, it can be broken down into a few broad categories. Within those broad categories, you can create even narrower classifications; this builds differing hierarchical levels that users can easily navigate. Utilizing content hierarchies organizes pages of a website in a way that makes sense to the user and the search engine. Importance of Content Hierarchies & Website Navigation The categorization and sub-categorization of content help pages improve in rank for general head terms and for specific long-tail terms. Problems Caused by Content Hierarchies Categorization of content and building hierarchies create content silos, like clusters of closely related topics. Google will crawl different pages

How To Show Recent Posts by Category in WordPress | How To Guide

How To Guide To Show Recent Posts by Category in WordPress In today's how-to blog post, you'll learn how to show recent posts by category in WordPress. If you want to showcase a specific category in WordPress sidebar widget, you can choose one of two methods. First one is an easy method, and it's by using a plugin called category posts widget. To get started we'll just install and activate the plugin then go to appearance, widget and drag the category post widget where you want it to go. From there you can give it a title, choose which category you want to show, and the number of posts to show for the category you can also choose how to sort it. You have all these other options down here to choose from. Just customize it to fit your needs and when you're finished, click save. Now we can go to our demo site and see it in action. Here, it's showing the last 5 from my category like I want it to. The second way to do this is a little bit more advanced it does not require a plugin, but it does require you to add some code to your theme's function.php file. Category Slug First, you want to make sure you backup your site. And then you add the code like this to your functions.php file. When choosing your category slug make sure you put your category in there. This code brings back the 10 posts from a specific category and displays in a bulleted list. If the post has a featured image, then it will show that as well.  Now we can add this code to show our list on either a footer or a single.php file. Or you can just add the text widget under appearance, widgets and add the shortcode here. You can see what it looks like on the demo site. You'll also need to add some CSS to make the list look better so test different CSS codes to tweak it to your liking. As found on Youtube If you enjoyed this blog post be sure to click on the share button below and leave us a comment. And if you want to receive more helpful post don't forget to subscribe to our feed and check out https://shaneperry.co/blog for more useful information on websites.  

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