How to Get Your Website In Front of Thousands of Customers At No Cost To You!

Written by John Anghelache

How to Get Your Website In Front of Thousands of Customers At No Cost to You!

Dan Kennedy once said that if you can’t make money without money… then… you won’t make money with money either.

Those words swirled in my brain over and over. Then, one fine day, I decided to test them out. Here’s what I did:

I was running my own promotions and noticed thatrepparttar Internet was beginning to unfurl. A little voice inrepparttar 149649 back of my head told me I had better jump into cyberspace.

But I did not have a website to promote my services. Sorepparttar 149650 question was, “How do I get copywriting clients without spending money?”

So, I wrote an email and sent it to about 20 Internet “big hitters”. That email earned me over $45,000 in about one year.

The reason it cost nothing is because I sent it fromrepparttar 149651 library.

And so, I proved Dan Kennedy’s words true, that you could, in fact, make money without spending money.

However, I don’t recommend you do what I did. Because sending unsolicited email is not a good idea. Of course, I did have one advantage. I was contacting people who were interested in copywriting so they were not going to report me torepparttar 149652 “Internet SS”.

One ofrepparttar 149653 “big hitters” I contacted – who I owe a great debt of gratitude – is “Mr. Fire” himself, Joe Vitale.

A few days ago, he referred me to Chris Ellington of

Google Sitemaps Explained - How To Use Google Sitemaps

Written by Titus Hoskins

Three Ways To Index Your Site With Google Sitemaps [Difficult, Hard, And Easy]

Google has recently implemented a program where any webmaster can create a Sitemap of their site and submit it for indexing by Google. It is a quick and easy way for you to keep your site constantly indexed and updated in Google.

The program is appropriately called Google Sitemaps.

In order for you to best use Sitemaps, you must have an XML generated file on your site that will transmit or send any updates, changes, and data to Google. XML (Extensible Markup Language)is everywhere these days, you have probably seenrepparttar orange XML logo on many web sites and its often associated with Blogging because Blogs use XML/RSS feeds to syndicate their content.

Today RSS is known mostly as 'Really Simple Syndication' but its original acronym stood for 'Rich Site Summary'. XML is only simple code like HTML and it is used to syndicate your content to all interested parties.

Andrepparttar 149343 interested party in this case is Google. By creating Sitemaps, Google is really asking webmasters to take charge of repparttar 149344 indexing and updating of their sites. Basically, doing repparttar 149345 Googlebot's job!

This is a 'Good' thing! Withrepparttar 149346 steady influx of new web sites growing rapidly, indexing all this material will become a challenge, even withrepparttar 149347 resources of Google. With Sitemaps, websmasters can now take charge and make sure their site is crawled and indexed.

Please note, indexing your site with Sitemaps WON'T improve your rankings in Google. You will still be competing withrepparttar 149348 other sites in Google for top positions. But with Sitemaps you can make sure all your pages are crawled and indexed quickly by Google.

There are some other big advantages of using Google's Sitemaps - mainly you have control over a few key variables, attributes or tags. To explain this as simply as possible, your XML powered sitemap file will have this simple code for each page of your site:

< url> < loc>< / loc> < priority>1.0< /priority> < lastmod>2005-07-03T16:18:09+00:00< /lastmod> < changefreq>daily< /changefreq> < /url>

Along with 'urlset' tags atrepparttar 149349 beginning and end of your code, and an XML version indication - that's basically your XML file! File size will depend onrepparttar 149350 number of webpages you have.

Taking a closer look at this XML file:

location - - name of your webpage

priority - you setrepparttar 149351 priority you want Google to place on that page in your site. You can prioritize your pages: 0.0 beingrepparttar 149352 least, 1.0 beingrepparttar 149353 highest, 0.5 is inrepparttar 149354 middle. This is ONLY relative to your site. It will not affect your rankings. Why is this important? You have certain pages on your site that are more important than others, (home page, high profit page, opt-in page, etc.) by placing high priority on these pages, you will increase their importance in Google.

last modified - when you last modified that page, this timestamp allows crawlers to avoid recrawling pages that haven't changed.

change frequency - you can tell Google how often you change that particular page. Never, weekly, daily, hourly, and so on - if you frequently update your page this could be extremely important.

Why do I need a XML Generator?

In order for this XML sitemap file on your site to be constantly updated, you need a Generator that will spider your site, list allrepparttar 149355 urls and automatically feed them to Google. Thus constantly updating your site in Google's massive index or database. Keep in mind, Google also gives yourepparttar 149356 option of submitting a simple text file with all your URLs.

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