When I first attempted to earn money on the Internet, I was lost.
Didn’t have a clue what to do or how to start.
Naturally, I invested in a few low priced online marketing courses — all of which taught me how to build simple WordPress blogs, then get ‘em ranked for long tail keywords that would supposedly result in easy affiliate commissions.
Most of the time the last part never happened. However, along the way, I slowly but surely became more and more comfortable with using WordPress as a content management system.
Fast forward a couple years and nearly 50 blogs later…
… I’m pretty much a certified WordPress expert ;-)
Still love the hell out of it and fully believe that every solo entrepreneur, small business owner and even multinational companies should be leveraging WordPress for all of their online marketing.
1) It’s free. Tough to beat the price…
2) Installation is quick and stupid simple.
3) The interface is extremely user-friendly, so that even tech-challenged individuals like myself can learn the ropes in a hurry.
4) The team behind WordPress is constantly tweaking, refining and evolving things.
5) Through the help of themes and plugins, it can be customized for nearly any look, feel or function.
6) And let’s not forget, it’s the most search-engine-friendly way to build your site.
But Most Online Businesses Are Committing A Huge
Mistake In The Way They’re Using WordPress…
I made this exact mistake MANY times and now I’m kicking myself for it.
It’s prevented me from achieving top rankings.
It’s stripped me of tens of thousands of targeted website visitors.
It’s totally sabotaged my list building efforts.
And don’t even get me started on how it’s affected my profits.
Even more important for YOU… I would put money on the fact that you’re guilty of committing this same WordPress mistake as well.
If I’m right — and I hope I’m not — it’s costing you dearly too.
Continue making this WordPress blunder and the side effects are only going to get worse, especially if you’re banking on SEO to bring in most of your blog traffic.
Ready to find out what the mistake is, and more importantly, how to make sure it never happens again?
Then read this special report I created: Critical WordPress Mistake (and how to fix it to ensure top rankings, targeted traffic, more subscribers and more sales).
I think you’ll find it pretty eye-opening. Read it twice.
Then pledge you’re going to do something about it, ’cause if you don’t, you’re fighting an uphill battle from here on out.