Category Archives: Smart Passive Income

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SPI #137 – “Ten” “Secret” Techniques …

Ten (secret) techniques to get more subscribers:

  • Add a subscribe button at the top of your page.
  • Use squeeze pages.
  • Add additional subscribe buttons so that one is visible even when your page is scrolled down.
  • Make your subscribe buttons stick out from your page.
  • Use pop ups.
  • Ask your visitors to subscribe.
  • Offer an incentive.
  • Less is more.
  • Test the above.
  • Test again.

… well, there are ten items, two are clearly outdated … and rewording does not really count, does it?

… more on Pat’s theories …

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SPI #135 & #136 – Future Plans & Blog = Bar

Pat shares plans for his future

… and he compares a blog to a bar … not people rushing through (on the lookout for a public toilet) are good customers, but people who stay and have a drink or two … and he summarizes:

  • First impression is key, huge traffic does not count if everybody hits the back button immediately.
  • You need to give your customers something, that they will want to stay and visit again.

… more on Pat’s theories …

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SPI #132 – Second Law of Business (again borrowed from Mr. Newton)

As predicted – ok, I could have just read ahead – here comes the next of physics law raped in the name of business:

Pat summarizes this trip into the world of physics better by just saying:

Just focus on one market and you’ll do better.

More of Pat’s postulations …

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