What Would Ranking #1 Mean?
I have the ability to rank sites at #1 in any industry or niche. I do not have clients, only partners. I only take a % of revenue generated by SEO.
Seo Partnership with Sagar Ganatra
Tell me about your opportunity.
I’d love to look at your business and see how we can work together!
Your business. My marketing. Scaling together.
The majority of the SEO industry is based on quick cash with no results. As I am different to the norm, I want to take advantage of my capabilities.
I will not charge you a cent up front to explode your sales. I work on an agreed % of revenue basis.
What I do
I get you to #1 in Google much faster then any other industry provider. Zero cost.
In comparison to the industry standard, I actually deliver guaranteed results. Because of this, it’s far more profitable for me to partner on selected projects on a % basis, instead of following the normal SEO client model.
No risky investment
SEO is a gamble for most “SEO agencies”. There is more money to be made in lengthy sales contracts with less then stellar overall performances. Which is why most SEO companies have a team of 80% sales people and 20% SEO workers. I don’t charge you a cent.
We share the profits
I only make money if you do. I will 10 x your business by getting you in front of exponential traffic volume. I take a % of revenue from the sales I generate for you. This means zero risk for you and a lot of pressure on me to perform. This means we both win.
Get in touch with us
Send me details about your business, where you’re at with it and the potential that it has by ranking #1. Basically I want to work with projects that have large scale profitability in SEO.
I will get in touch with you to discuss your current vs prospective potential. If we’re a match, we will start ASAP!
What Is the Actual Cost of Building and Managing a WordPress Website Yourself?
WordPress is a free software content management system. But just because it’s free doesn’t mean there isn’t a cost involved. There are a lot of little costs that can add up to a lot. Costs such as domain, hosting, and so forth are obvious and expected, but what about those other expenses? Costs that are not always considered upfront and can cause you to spend more than you intended? What about the time it takes to learn WordPress?
What is the total cost of ownership; the accurate and complete cost of creating, operating, and maintaining your WordPress website?
A lot of the tasks that go into a WordPress site comes down to two things: spending time or spending money. You can do something yourself cheaply, but it can take a lot of time to deal with it. Or, you could just not spend much time at all and pay for services or premium plugins and themes.
This price will vary depending on the type of domain you want. Something short and catchy might be a premium domain that can cost many hundreds or thousands of dollars. Many URLs with three words in them can be had for around $12.99 per year. Prices also vary depending if you want a .com, org, .net, .info, etc. Many recommend that you get all three of these common extensions so that no one else gets traffic by using your name with a different extension. They average around $17 per year if you buy them as a package. Also, there are add-ons such as privacy (this keeps your personal information off of the “Who is” list) that usually costs around $8 per domain.
Yearly Cost from $12.99 to $61.99
This is another area that will depend on the kind of features you want. Good quality hosting can run an average of $5 per month for a basic hosting plan and around $24 per month for a business plan. The list of options can get quite large and confusing.
Some of the most popular options are:
This will cost as little as $3 per month to around $10 per month depending on how you want to pay for it (by the month or by the year). The performance of your site will suffer from shared hosting. It’s a good choice for a personal blog or for getting you started.
This is optimized for lots of traffic and is an excellent choice for small to medium sized businesses. These plans tend to run around $50 per month.
Virtual Private Server
A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a dedicated server where you have full control over the server. You can treat it like a private server. They have higher bandwidth capabilities than shared servers and won’t get bogged down because of other websites on the server.
The average cost is $150 per month. It is more stable as the server itself is reserved for exclusive use by a single client. This means you won’t have to share bandwidth, memory, or storage space with anyone else. This is a good option for high traffic websites.
Yearly Cost from $60 to $1800
Items range from free to hundreds of dollars. You can pay more than that if you want your theme customized or custom built from the ground up.
You can use a free theme, but if you want your site to stand out really, you might consider a premium theme. Premium themes average around $70. This is usually a one-time fee. If you want to get the best bang for your buck you can get a yearly subscription to Elegant Themes for $69.99 per year for personal use, $89.99 per year for the Developer Plan, and $249 for lifetime access.
Yearly Cost from $0 to $89.99
Site maintenance can take up a lot of time. It includes tasks such as backups, upgrades, updates, security, tune-ups, checking for bad links, deleting spam, and more. You can do this yourself cheaply and use your time, or you can subscribe to a service and save the time and spend the cash. Site maintenance can take a lot of time to deal with.
Backups can be automated and stored on third-party offsite storage services such as:
Dropbox – $0 for personal to $15 per month per user for business
Amazon S3 – $0 – $? – depends entirely on usage
From time to time, you will want to search the web for the latest themes, plugins, and services. You will want to keep your site updated with the latest trends. This means constant upgrades. Upgrades can be purchased as part of a service package, or you can perform them yourself.
Keeping your site upgraded means performing theme and plugin updates. These are easy enough to do yourself, but they can take time. This means performing backups before the update and restoring backups if something goes wrong.
WP Security Lock – $247
WP Maintainer – $99 per month
Ongoing education on safety and monitoring your site are also recommended.
Sucuri security management – $99 per year.
Akismet for personal use is free
Akismet for business use starts at $5 per month
The Akismet plugin comes with WordPress and is an excellent tool for identifying and blocking spam. You sill still have to verify and delete them yourself.
Akismet for personal use is free
Akismet for business use starts at $5 per month
Yearly Cost from $0 to $1527
To get your site noticed you would have to delve into the realm of marketing. To market your website, you will need SEO, social media, newsletters, etc. All of these tasks can be done cheaply or for free, but they can take a lot of time.
You can use free plugins for search engine optimization, or you can pay for premium plugins and services. Free plugins will require you to spend time learning to use them and then you have to set up every post. It may take only a few seconds or a few minutes for each post.
Free Yoast SEO
Commercial Yoast SEO – $89 per year
Forms are a great way to gather information from your visitors. You can use forms to get them to sign up to your newsletter, fill out surveys, etc.
Gravity Forms – $39 per year
If you can’t post often enough, you might want to consider paying for contributed articles. Paid items can cost from $10 per post, up to $200 per job, depending on the topic and writer.
Newsletters are a great way to remind your visitors about your site. There are several quality newsletter services available. Here are three of the most popular choices:
MailChimp – free for 2000 subscribers with upgrades starting at $10 per month. $150 per month for 7500 customers.
AWeber – $19 per month for 500 subscribers – to $130 per month for 25,000 subscribers.
GetResponse – $15 per month for 1000 subscribers to $450 per month for 100,000 subscribers.
Depending on the type of site you have and its purpose, you might need a premium email account. This might be included with your host account. If not, you will need a premium email service.
Mandrill – free for 12,000 per month – $197.60 for 1,000,000 per month.
Yearly Cost from $0 to $13,683.20 including one paid contribution per week.
A WordPress developer can set up your site for you and get everything in place from the host account to the theme, to all of the plugins and widgets, to your logo and everything in between. They can get everything ready for you to start publishing your posts. This can save you a lot of time and energy but will usually cost you a pretty penny. It can still take a few weeks before your site is ready for use. Prices vary depending on the services you need. The can start at several hundred dollars and go well into several thousand dollars.
Yearly Cost from $0 to $15,000
Your time is the one thing that your WordPress site will take the most of. The first thing you will spend your time on is learning WordPress. Everything from learning to use the UI to marketing and everything in between.
It can take a lot of time to write content and manage the site. You will have to handle comments, social media, email, newsletters, site maintenance, etc. Social media alone can take all of the extra time you have.
How long it takes and how much it costs depends on what you want to do. It takes longer to learn how to build a fully customized site than it does just to start blogging. Either way, you can get started quickly, but it can take years to master WordPress.
The first thing you will have to do is learn to use WordPress. This can be as simple as clicking things to see what happens, which can take a lot of time, or you can read books, which take a lot of time and some money, or you can take classes, which take a lot of time and a lot of money.
You can learn it for free, but it will take time. How much time? That depends on what you want to do. Learn to make a post? A few minutes to a few hours. Learn to make a post with customized layouts so that your post looks beautiful, has links, images, quotes, and video? Add more time. Maybe a lot more time. Learn to make a post, set up SEO, post it to the social networks, send out a newsletter… you get the picture.
You have four choices:
Learn on your own: Takes a lot of time.
Find someone to train you: Takes a lot of time.
Books: $15 – $200. Here is a short list of books that can get your started.
WordPress for Beginners: A Visual Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Your WordPress Site in Record Time, Starting from Zero! By Dr. Andy Williams
WordPress All-in-One for Dummies by Lisa Sabin-Wilson
WordPress: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald
Courses – You can take courses online that are free for extremely basic information or spend up to $200 or more for intermediate to advanced topics. Some courses cost from $20 – $50 for a monthly subscription. This allows you to pay for as much training as you want. This can still cost hundreds of dollars.
Here are some tips on learning WordPress:
Stick with the latest information as WordPress is often updated.
Read recent blog posts about WordPress (like this one).
Watch popular YouTube videos. There are some good classes on there.
Buy some good recent books.
Take a class.
Stick with it. Work on it every day.
Give yourself time to learn it.
Keep in mind that WordPress changes often. You don’t want to spend a lot of time and effort learning something that’s out of date.
Yearly Cost from $0 to $1000
There are many ways to add eCommerce to your WordPress site. It doesn’t take a lot of money to start an online store using WordPress if you do it yourself, but it will take some time. For an online site that sells digital or physical products you could use a free plugin, which will take the time to learn, upload product images and descriptions, and so forth. WooCommerce is one of the most popular plugins for building eCommerce into WordPress. Another option is to pay to have your online store built for you by a developer.
Depending on the type of eCommerce you’re doing, you might need an SSL certificate. SSL certificates give you the “S” in HTTPS://. It makes the transaction secure. They run around $70 per year.
Yearly Cost from $0 to $15,000 (price already counted in Developer Fees)
After everything is added together, it can cost as little as $72.99 per year and as much as $33,162.18 per year to run a WordPress site.
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Abandoned Cart Recovery Email Subject Lines
We have complied a list of creative subject lines to help you get started with shopping cart recovery campaigns. Windsor Circle clients can contact their Client Success Manager directly for help with strategies for content and automated configuration settings.
Call to Action
Don’t leave your items behind!
How much longer till you return?
Mr. Customer are you ready get your ____________
Get your __________ now!
Complete your purchase now
You left items in your cart
Forget something Mr. Customer?
Where did you go?
Your cart MADE us send this reminder.
Free ticket back to cart
Your shopping cart is having abandonment issues
Hi, its your shopping cart at ______________
Your shopping cart is up to something…
pssssttt… We think your shopping cart is stalking you (O.O)
Your shopping cart misses you
Your shopping cart is lonely!
Customer – OK, lets make a deal
Get _________ when you finish your order!
Looking for a better deal?
Oops…Was there a problem checking out?
Do you have any questions about _______________
Just for you Mr. Customer!
You must be a smart shopper
Read these reviews on __________________
Customer, Thanks for visiting us at _______________
We are still holding the ___________________ for you!
There is still time to get a great deal on _____________
Offer, Offer, Offer
- Enjoy this Special Offer at Our New Location
- 25-40% off – Email-Only Offer – Today Only
- You’re Invited! New Product Launch Party at [Your company]
- Ends Today! 20% Off Friends & Family
- Top 10 under $10
- Yours in 2 days (free shipping!) + 40% off
- Free product with purchase of
- [New Product] has arrived. Order now before we run out.
- Earn double points for [insert product or action].
- Last chance to get 50% off!
- Want 20% off your next order?
- Enjoy [season] with rates from $65
- Exciting new changes at [your company]
- An Exclusive Offer for You
- TODAY. Post [holiday] Flash Sale! 2 for $20
- Last minute deals, special offers, and new
- Don’t Let These Get Away
- Online only: 25% off friends and family
- Introducing our latest…
- [Product name] Promotion week. Save 25%
- Extended for a day! Get Free shipping through Friday
- Don’t miss this! Extra 50% off sale ends tonight!
- Limited Supply: Limit 2
- The [your company] holiday catalog is here!
- Email subscriber exclusive: [Product name] sale is here
- Ends Today: Take 20% off your entire order
- Last chance! Be sure to grab the best price!
- Your choice of amazing items $50 + under
- Great gifts for [Dad, Mom, etc]
- Best Sellers Every [girl, boy, man, woman, dog, etc.] Needs
- Everything you need when the temperatures [rise, fall]
- [Hot, Cold?] Stay indoors and save.
Catchy & Creative
- Sometimes all you need is a little vase lift (retailer selling vases)
- Seriously flattering jeans (retailer selling jeans, obviously – swap out jeans with your own product )
- How [your company] got its name (retailer selling lingerie, telling a story inside the email)
- Temperatures Fall, Style Rises (retailer selling coats)
- Celebrity Favorites (retailer selling accessories that Hollywood is wearing)
- Uh oh. Did you forget someone on your list? (coffee retailer suggesting subscription boxes)
- 10 Gift Ideas for your little ones (retailer listing top 10 suggestions for kids)
- Manhattan View for a Song in the Shower (retailer selling shower curtain with Manhattan skyline on it)
- Take your pick: Our 9 Favorite [your product] (retailer suggesting items by popularity)
- Coolest modern desk on the job…for $149 (retailer including price in the subject line)
- Score Great Savings on Game-Time Gear: HDTVs, Furniture & More (retailer selling TVs with a sports slant)
- Party Like it’s 1999 Aged Cabernet Special (wine retailer)
- Get in Our Pants (retailer selling new product line)
- It’s okay, you can wait till the last minute. (sale reminder)
- Make room in that closet (clothing retailer announcing a new product)
- Bring this email to our store and win! (retailer trying to get store traffic)
- send some. get some. (florist rewarding customers with a $10 coupon for pre-ordering flowers for an upcoming holiday)
- New Feature: Reviews by You! (retailer introducing customer reviews to products online)
I hope this gets your subject line creative juices flowing. If you’ve got some effective subject lines that have worked for your business, comment and let us know.
How To Submit Black Friday Deal 2016 Coupon Code Submission Guide In Detailed
- Coupon code submission is best used for providing free shipping or discounts on online shopping.
- Through coupon code you can promote two things simultaneously. Two products at one price or half price etc.
- You can shop whenever you want according to your convenience. Most coupons last for week or a month, so that you can get time to think over it.
- Coupon codes are easy to find. You can find codes on affiliate sites or retailer website.
- It is easy to redeem the coupon code and go to shopping code to review page before checking out. Make sure one thing your used coupon must came from reputable affiliate programs.
- With coupon code you will receive benefits of repeated customers. If you deliver great product and great customer service then customers will love to come again n again.
- Prepare your promotional code
- Include both qualifying products to your shopping cart.
- Enter the promotional code and click the Apply button
- Must add both items which you are paying for and which are free.
- Enter correct promotional code to checkout.
- Each promotional code can be redeemed only once
Top Sites to Submit Your Coupon Code Promo for Free
RetailMeNot is one of the largest coupon code sites. To submit a code, move your mouse above “My Account” in the top right-hand corner to open the drop down menu. Click “Submit a Coupon” and follow the instructions.
2. The Mommy Insider
The Mommy Insider is a parenting and lifestyle blog for mothers. To submit a code, hover your mouse above “About/Advertise” in the menu bar and click “Submit a Coupon Code.” Follow the directions.
Coupons.ca is a Canadian site. In addition to the usual features, it allows users to sort through new, expiring, and free shipping coupons, so those are all good categories to keep in mind when designing your promotions. When you visit the site, look for the box titled “Add Your Coupon,” and follow the instructions.
4. Promotion Code
Promotion Code is a website that includes a blog on saving money. It also allows users to set up alerts for specific brands, guaranteeing that they know any time a new promotion for that brand is posted. To post your promotion, click “Add Code” from the menu bar. If the menu bar only shows “Directory” and “Search,” your window is too small—open it full screen, and the option will appear.
CouponGreat allows users to browse categories including cash back deals and free samples. To submit a deal, scroll all the way to the bottom. Click either “Submit a Coupon” or “Submit Local Coupon,” depending on which applies.
6. I Love Coupons
I Love Coupons is an Australian site. To post your coupon, look at the tabs on the top right side of the screen and click “Post Coupon.”
7. Me Find Coupon
Me Find Coupon is supposedly so easy to use, a caveman could do it (hence the grammar). It was one of the first coupon websites that allowed anyone to submit a code. However, it’s hard to find the place to make the submission from their homepage. My recommendation is to go directly to their submissions page.
8. Coupons and Deals
Coupons and Deals is a UK coupon site. To submit your coupon, click on “Submit Deal” in the menu bar. While there are some options that require payment, the free options will get you on the site and provide you with the backlink.
9. The Krazy Coupon Lady
The Krazy Coupon Lady promotes not just the coupons, but the extreme couponing lifestyle. There are actually two ladies behind the site, and they also have an eBook that they claim will “change your lives.” To submit a code, click on “Coupons” in the menu bar, then look for the box titled “share a coupon” in the upper right corner.
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Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO Services consists of 4 stages which I’ll discuss below
Stage 1: Intake
Stage 2: Keyword research
Stage 3: On-site analysis
Stage 4: Support
Stage 1: Intake
To make sure your company/Startup/Business/website but above all your SEO question fits Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO
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Asking questions about the company/Startup/Business/website and SEO issues you have.
If I think you’re a good fit for our Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO Services, I’ll plan a Skype call/Email. Together with
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Stage 2: Keyword research
The next stage in the Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO Services project is the keyword research stage. I’ll dive into your
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the keywords you should target.
I’ll be using a lot of the tools I have access too. These are tools like SEMrush, SearchMetrics and Moz Keyword Explorer
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Once the keyword research is finished, the outcome is shared with You by email. This is also the opportunity to share
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After I made sure I’m on the right track, stage 3 starts. I’ll dive into your site structure and link structure.
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The last stage of Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO Services is the support stage. Once the report is delivered, another Skype
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It’ll take about 1-2 weeks to finish the Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO Services project. This, of course, depends on how
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The entire Sagar Ganatra On demand SEO Services projects has a fixed cost of $350. To get started, I’ll invoice you $250
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Frequently Asked Questions
|FAQs on Withdrawal of Legal Tender Character of the existing Bank Notes in the denominations of ₹ 500/- and ₹ 1000/-|
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 rupee banknotes would be withdrawn from circulation at midnight to crack down on rampant corruption and counterfeit currency.
Here’s what you need to know and do in the next few days:
Where can I exchange/ deposit my Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes?
From November 10 till December 30 you can deposit the old notes at your nearest bank or post office accounts without any limit. But withdrawals from banks are capped at Rs 10,000 per day and Rs 20,000 per week. This limit will be increased in the coming days.
You can also exchange Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes for lower denomination at banks, head post offices and sub-post offices. However, the exchange limit has been capped at Rs 4,000, and you can exchange till November 24. One must produce a valid government identity cards like PAN, Aadhaar and Election Card.
Banks will remain closed on November 9 allowing them time to cope with the new directive.
There is no restriction of any kind on non-cash payments by cheques, DDs, debit or credit cards and electronic fund transfer.
What are the restrictions on ATM withdrawals?
ATMs will not work on November 9 and in some places on November 10. But from November 11, you can withdraw money and ATMs will stop dispensing the existing Rs 500 and 1000 notes. For the first few days, these withdrawals are being restricted to Rs 2,000 per card per day, and will later be increased to Rs 4,000 per card per day.
Where can I still use my Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes?
Till November 11, the following government-authorised places and institutions will continue to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes for payment:
–Railway, airline, bus ticket booking counters
–Petrol, diesel and gas stations authorised by public sector oil companies
–Consumer co-operative stores
–Crematoriums and burial grounds
Where can I get the new currency notes?
RBI will issue new currency notes of Rs 500 and 2000 from November 10 onwards. These notes will have new design.