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What The Heck Is A Blog

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What is a blog and what is a blog used for? That is the question.

You know what? For this question I’m going to do it a little different. I’m going to share some love to my fellow bloggers who I have found can answer this question with a little spice. I just love some of the nice men faces behind them there blog walls.

Here are some great resources for you to get the answer to what is a blog and what is a blog used for. Have fun learning!

What The Heck Is A Squeeze Page

I’ve been asked this question way too many times. What exactly is a squeeze page?

Well ladies, it’s exactly that. A one page website that is built with the intention of squeezing your name and email address in exchange for some sort of goodie. You see, the money is in your list. You may or may not hear that saying before. Some professional internet marketers use this method of marketing to build a list of subscribers who are interested in what they have to offer.

What The Heck Is An Opt-in

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OkayAn Opt-in is simply a subscriber who has agreed to get your messages.

There’s a few different ways to verify whether or not you’ve agreed to get mail from someone. Let’s say for te sake of argument that you just have to have my book that featured on the top right hand side of this page. When you enter your name and email address into that form, you will almost instantly get an email from me that asks you to please verify that you agree to receive information from profitablesistas.com.

what the heck is a link

125x125aI know this question may seem pretty elementary for some, but for those of you who don’t know what is a link , I am going to answer the question I keep getting asked. There! If you know what a link is, then by all means share your thoughts. Don’t criticize. Help the people who don’t know out.  We all started somewhere. {End Rant}

A link is short for hyperlink. In layman’s terms, a hyperlink (or link) is a reference to a resource somewhere else on the internet. Links can point to anywhere you want them to: a picture, another website, a file, another area of the page, etc.  HTML (or Hyper Text Markup Language) is what is the language used to create most web pages and thus what’s used to create a link.

What the heck is rss?

RSS stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’. A lot of people describe it as a ‘news feed’ that people can subscribe to. This world is so I Want It Right Now!” And with so little time it’s an easy way to stay “abreast” of all of your favorite sites and blogs.

Introducing the antecdote to surfing around for hours. How about you want to keep up to date with the latest posts on ProfitableSistas? Then, click the orange button and you be given instructions on how to get my posts in an instant.