"We quit our day jobs" -- the NicheFinder interviewWritten by Gary Harvey
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"Our costs were small, but our investment was large at same time," says Val, referring to their 8 months of self-education, research and development.
Now, just 4 months after launching business in July 2002, Val and Helen are pleased.
"We have quit our day jobs, and are currently living off our NicheFinder sales. And of course, we also reinvest money into business."
Their marketing mix includes a 2-tier associate program (paying 50% and 10%), joint ventures with other marketers, a newsletter, and their free ebook "Beginner's Guide to Niche Marketing".
"And most recently we have started an active link exchange program."
"We should have started doing links exchange earlier. I think it is easiest and fastest of all low-cost ways to bring in traffic, find business partners, and improve your search engine ranking."
A unique business idea plus "a massive amount" of hard work is paying off. Now their software is helping others find high-demand low-supply business concepts.
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Optimizing Frames for Search EnginesWritten by Dale Goetsch
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Why is site framed?
People use framed sites for a number of reasons: ease in navigation, uniform appearance throughout a site, keeping your company name front-and-center, and so on. In other words, there is probably a reason why you wanted to display pages on your site (file1.html, file2.html, file3.html) within frames designated in "framing" page. Your search engine entries, however, will not keep pages in this configuration--remember that robot didn't do frames, so search engine database knows nothing of frames now either. That means hyperlink created in search engine listing will load only individual page (file2.html), and not put it in its overall context. That's not what you wanted, or you would have designed site that way!
Loading page into frames
You will replace some of parameters here with names more appropriate to your situation:
replace "frameset.html" with name of page on your site that has