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  • Figma Review 2021: Top Features & Pricing
    19 June 2021

    5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Figma is a web-based collaborative design tool. If you’ve been into web design and development, you know many other tools like Sketch and Adobe XD. Figma is more like Sketch with a slight difference in functionality.  The only difference between these two tools is that Figma is web-based (runs in a desktop browser) and allows you to collaborate in real-time with your remote team. That sounds awesome, right? Well, if you’ve been thinking of trying some new design tool this year, Figma may be the right one for you. In this review, we

    The post Figma Review 2021: Top Features & Pricing appeared first on SEO Sandwitch Blog.

  • 11 Easy Ways to Make Money on OnlyFans Right Now
    19 June 2021

    OnlyFans is a great way to earn revenue on the Internet with little to no upfront cost.

    OnlyFans How-To Guides – OnlyFans Ways to Make Money : Last Updated: June 18, 2021 Reading Time: 10 Minutes

    OnlyFans is one of the best sites on the Internet to make money with right now. For most gig economy jobs you need to either leave your home to deliver something or own something you are then expected to rent out or keep up for others. Even when it comes to online gigs, most require upfront startup costs or a large marketing budget to get off the ground and running. When it comes to online content creation as well, you typically have to find an under served interest to create content around like on YouTube, which is becoming harder and harder to do by the day. Luckily OnlyFans exists and is a lot easier to get started with and maintain than many other gigs.

    So How Can You Make Money on OnlyFans?

    Luckily there is not just one way of making money on the site OnlyFans as a Content creator but a number of ways. Many people just think of OnlyFans as a subscription based service but creators have learned to make money from the site in a numbers of ways. Below I will discuss the top 11 ways that OnlyFans creators are making money right now!

    1. Selling Subscriptions on OnlyFans

    At it’s heart OnlyFans is a subscription service and setup so that users can subscribe to your page. When you create a Paid OnyFans Page, you can set your subscription price from $5 all the way to $50 per month. When someone comes to your page, your content exists behind a Paywall. In order for them to get behind the paywall and see the content they will need to pay whatever fee you have setup for them beforehand. There are ways for you to offer a certain percentage off your page that people will see when they go to subscribe to your page as well. There is also a way for you to bundle several months of a subscription together for a reduced cost. In most cases you are looking to get as many subscribers as possible who will keep their ‘re-bill’ on. This is the best way to be able to estimate your future earnings on the website and be able to measure your success. For those who are able to get a large core of dedicated subscribers they can find the site to be highly profitable and lucrative.

    2. Creating Content You get Tipped for on Your Subscriber Page

    Once you’ve created a subscription page another way to receive even more revenue is to create content and then request a tip for that content. You can post content and let your subscribers know that the person who tips the most will receive something special in the DM’s. Many posts are tipped on even without you having to ask for the tip because the subscriber is particularly fond of you or the post that you created. It is a great way to encourage interaction on your page if you mention that you appreciate and respond well to tips. You can also let subscribers know the more tips you receive on certain types of content that more of that type of content you will create for them in the future.

    3. Creating PPV (Pay Per View) Content on Your Subscriber Page

    Another good way of earning additional income from your OnlyFans page is to create specific content that even on your subscriber page remains behind a Paywall. You can think of this content almost like a double paywall item or something so exclusive only those who are truly willing to pay a premium will get to view. One thing to note about this technique is that many subscribers will shy away from pages that have too much PPV content. They feel they’ve already paid once so why should they pay once again. So try to be as careful as possible that you don’t put too much Pay Per View items on your subscriber page. It is a good idea to make specific ‘reveal’ content PPV as it will get the most attention and you can certainly hint that this content is coming to your subscribers for a few weeks or days before you post it on your account.

    4. Creating a Free, Tip only OnlyFans Page

    Many creators skip the whole concept of subscriptions altogether and just rely on a free page that encourages those who are on the page to tip. With a Free page you can sometimes end up with thousands of people who are following you which increases your odds of additional income. You also can create this sort of page in addition to your paid subscription page where you can put some of the additional pictures from your photo and video shoots you don’t feel are worthy of your paid page. Either way with a Free Page you can post content and encourage those who can view it to tip well so that you will continue to post even more Free content on your free OnlyFans page. With so many additional eyeballs you can likely get some additional revenue from this technique.

    5. Creating a Free PPV (Pay Per View) Page on OnlyFans

    Another popular way of setting up a OnlyFans page is to make it free for all to view but make it almost exclusively PPV (Pay Per View) for those who are on it. Typically you would do this by posting a free picture or video from time to time so people viewing will see who you are and what you might have to offer in your PPV Content. Then the majority of the page is simply Paywal content that you charge for them to unlock and see. If you set this up right you can have thousands of additional viewers who might be willing to unlock content but don’t like to feel ‘subscribed’ to a creator long term. This can be a great way to earn additional income from videos that are more exclusive than the ones you post on your paid OnlyFans page or are not appropriate for other Social Media sites like TikTok or Instagram. Certainly if those sites reject that content it is worth trying to profit from on OnlyFans.

    6. Creating a Free Live Cam Tips Only Page on OnlyFans

    Another way of making additional income from OnlyFans is to setup a Free Page on the site and simply utilize the Live Streaming features. Although many popular social sites like Twitch, Instagram and TikTok have live streaming their rules prohibit certain activities that are acceptable on OnlyFans. You can setup your live stream so that it can only be viewed by those who tip a certain amount beforehand or during the stream in order to keep viewing. This can allow you to host a Live Stream on OnlyFans that is not only as fun as on the other platforms but also highly profitable as well. You can also do ‘after parties’ on OnlyFans while letting those who are watching you know where you’ll be streaming once you get off the more restrictive platforms.

    7. Setting up Your Amazon Wish List to Get Paid

    OnlyFans has a link specifically dedicated to your Amazon Wish List, where you can put hundreds of items that you desire to be purchased for you. What is nice is that you don’t need to give a percent back to OnlyFans so you will keep every bit of the gifts given to you by fans on the site. Making sure that you mention your Amazon gift wish list in your posts is important as well so people will know you are keeping it up to date. You can also categorize it specifically for your OnlyFans fans so they know what items you are most hoping someone on the platform will purchase for you. Don’t forget to include the link in your profile and keep it up to date with items you desire as you never know who might prefer giving you gifts to money as everyone is different.

    8. Referring Others to Use OnlyFans via a Referral Code

    Although this was a much more lucrative concept in previous years when OnlyFans was new and still growing, the referral link is still pretty powerful in earning you extra money and it costs you nothing. You will still earn 5% for 12 months after a new user signs up via your link. It used to be unlimited but a year of time is still a long time to be earning income. You can place this referral link in your Social Media or wherever you promote your OnlyFans page itself. It is an extra way to earn a bit more income from your OnlyFans page without additional effort.

    9. Using Your OnlyFans profile Link to Promote Your Products Off-Site

    OnlyFans allows one link for you to put into your OnlyFans profile itself. Most content creators use something like a linktree or allmylinks type link to promote everything else they are doing. You can also include any other link that could possibly earn you additional income off the site. I would suggest using a link that can sell merchandise, other wish lists you have or a link where you will earn additional income for doing nothing (like a referral link). Again you know what your subscribers are most into so you’ll want to tailor the link around what you feel you will be most likely to be able to profit from.

    10. Promoting Other Creators on Your OnlyFans Page for a Fee

    Another recent development has been the amount of Creator for Creator promoting that has been going on with OnlyFans. This became so rampant that OnlyFans had to adjust their terms or service in April to address too many Share for Shares among creator accounts. Although this is now a more limited system, it is still something that can be highly lucrative for OnlyFans creators who have thousands of followers either on their Paid or Free Pages. New creators enjoy the exposure they can get immediately on a high traffic OnlyFans page and will often pay a premium to be featured on such pages. Places like Telegram Groups are popular in negotiating these sort of agreements between creators. Just be careful when paying creators that they are selling ad space accounts that belong to them and that they can actually come through with what they are promising.

    11. Teaming up with another Verified User to Produce Content on their OnlyFans Page

    Another recent development in OnlyFans terms of service is making sure that all creators in all pictures and videos are verified through the site. This can now bring a premium to those creators who can team up to create content together as you can now only work with other creators on the site. You can certainly earn additional income by creating cross-content and promoting and selling it to each creators audience. So if you have an audience separate from another creators’ you could both profit not only from the exposure but splitting the profits on PPV Content. This is yet another way to increase your profit potential on the content that you create.

    So How Can You Earn Money on OnlyFans?

    OnlyFans offers a lot more ways to earn money than just the subscription model it is known for. If you are creative and enjoy setting up multiple pages you can utilize all of the ways OnlyFans offers to make money. From Live Cam shows, pictures,videos, ppv, referrals, tips and advertising you can earn more money on OnlyFans than other creators who simply earn money from the site in the most conventional ways.

    If you are a creator who needs help gaining more subscribers and followers on OnlyFans you can check out our Guide to OnlyFans Promotion as well as reach out to me directly @OnlyFansHero on Twitter or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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    The post 11 Easy Ways to Make Money on OnlyFans Right Now first appeared on Seo Bounty.

  • Spotify Gets Into Social Audio With Greenroom via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern
    19 June 2021

    Spotify is now competing in the social audio space with the launch of Greenroom, which offers the option of turning live chats into podcast recordings.

    The post Spotify Gets Into Social Audio With Greenroom appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

  • Shopify Sites Can Now Edit Their Robots.txt File via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern
    18 June 2021

    Shopify stores are now able to edit their robots.txt file, which gives store owners more control over how search engines crawl their site.

    The post Shopify Sites Can Now Edit Their Robots.txt File appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

  • Twitter Wants to Let Users Untag Themselves From Tweets via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern
    18 June 2021

    Twitter is working on a new feature that will allow users to unmention themselves from other peoples’ tweets.

    The post Twitter Wants to Let Users Untag Themselves From Tweets appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

  • Page Experience Update: Mobile-Friendliness
    18 June 2021

    Since 2015 mobile-friendliness has been a ranking signal, and after 2018 mobile-first indexing has been the default.

    Now, coming in mid-June 2021, the Page Experience update will cite mobile-friendliness as a key signal.

    In This Article:

    The post Page Experience Update: Mobile-Friendliness appeared first on Seer Interactive.

  • 5 Best Practices for Boosting Your Reputation Management Post-Pandemic
    18 June 2021

    Managing and boosting your reputation management efforts is a key area of focus for local marketers, however, best practices for doing so are constantly evolving. Shopping experiences have vastly changed over the past year, and in turn, so have customers’ expectations of local businesses. Review sentiment has shifted based on updates to store hours, closures, health safety measures, and more.

    While your online reputation management strategy may not have been a top priority amid the pandemic, now is the time to refocus your efforts to emerge stronger than before as consumers seek your products or services. In fact, when reviewing our own client local search data, we’ve seen substantial increases in listing views, searches, and conversion actions across every industry we serve.

    Recently, we hosted a webinar to help local businesses refine and rebuild their brand’s online reputation as pre-pandemic consumer shopping behavior begins to resume. We were joined by a panel of local marketing and Google My Business experts who shared their insights into how brands can build a stellar online reputation post-pandemic.

    The panel included Sherry Bonelli, Owner of Early Bird Digital Marketing, Jason Brown, Founder of Review Fraud, and Nigel Atkinson, Account Director at Rio SEO.

    Let’s dive into the five best practices our experts shared for boosting your reputation management post-pandemic:

    Customer Experience Should Remain a Top Priority

    As COVID-19 restrictions ease in most states, including California and New York most recently, customers are eager to resume their pre-pandemic activities and forms of entertainment. This includes booking travel plans, dining at restaurants, and attending sporting events in person. However, after a year rife with layoffs, many businesses have yet to recover their workforce. These challenges may prompt negative reviews if you’re not providing the ideal guest experience while ensuring the safety of your customers. 

    Ensure you’re providing an optimal shopping experience as customers are once again comfortable engaging with your brand in person. If your business does receive negative feedback, assess those sentiments and identify common trends to improve your business operations.

    Businesses Need to Be Able to Adopt a Multichannel Customer Service Approach

    Customers have sought alternative service options from businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Consumer behavior shifted from in-person shopping to e-commerce and curbside pickup. Due to these new service options, brands must be armed with the support to handle customer service requests across numerous channels. Some of these channels may include popular review platforms, social media, niche review sites, your website, chatbots, and more.

    Leverage Positive Reviews 

    Positive reviews can help shape the narrative of your business’ service. They can also help convert customers who are on the fence about using your products or services. Yet, some businesses make the mistake of not leveraging positive feedback. Our panel agreed that positive customer feedback should be shared on social media, a brand’s web pages, in client interviews, in email drip campaigns, and in your marketing assets.

    Businesses Should Respond to All Negative Reviews First

    In an ideal world, a business would respond to every review, whether positive or negative. However, in some cases, this simply isn’t feasible, especially for brands managing reviews for hundreds of locations. Our panel suggests businesses focus on responding to negative reviews first, and then should circle back to responding to positive reviews left within the past three months.

    As negative reviews have the potential to impact a customer’s perception of your brand, these should be responded to as quickly as possible. A notification system should be in place for these types of reviews, and you should have a strategy in place for how to respond to negative reviews and how they will be escalated if necessary.

    Ask Happy Customers to Leave Your Business a Review

    Satisfied customers are your best resource for building a stellar online presence. They’re happy with your customer service, have a positive perception of your business, and are likely to be an advocate for your product or service. Reach out to these customers and ask them to leave feedback for your brand on Google My Business, Facebook, and the Better Business Bureau. 

    Note that Yelp does not allow for review solicitation, however, our experts recommend asking customers to check-in or upload a photo on Yelp, as this will prompt Yelp to then ask the customer to leave a review for you.

    Watch the Webinar On-Demand Now

    The post 5 Best Practices for Boosting Your Reputation Management Post-Pandemic appeared first on Rio SEO.

  • Daily Search Forum Recap: June 18, 2021
    18 June 2021

    Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...

  • How Much Money Should Your Property Management Company Spend on Marketing?
    18 June 2021

    Did you know that renters make up 34% of the population? That is over 100M people looking for properties to rent. 

    You may be wondering why your property management company has not been able to gain significant website traffic. The renters are out there, but how do you reach them?

    The answer is marketing and SEO. 

    If you are unsure about what your company should be spending on marketing services to get better SEO results, keep reading! We’ll break everything down for you.

    Why Should You Spend Money on Marketing Services?

    Finding a place to rent is already a stressful experience. Your potential clients are looking for a trustworthy property management company that is easily accessible. They want to be able to see reviews and know they are in the best hands possible. 

    If they can’t find your website, they won’t know how amazing your company is. 

    Over 25% of people click the very first result when they Google something. If your company is on the second page of Google search results, you are at a disadvantage. 

    Putting money and time into a proper marketing budget can help your Google rankings and put your company in the lead. 

    How to Calculate Your Marketing Budget

    There is a general rule of thumb when trying to determine your marketing budget. Instead of putting aside a fixed sum of money for marketing, you want to allow a percentage of your gross revenue. 

    If you have an established brand, you should be spending between 6-12% of your gross revenue.

    If you are a new company and need to establish a presence online, you should spend closer to 12-20% of your gross revenue on marketing. 

    These numbers should give you a pretty good idea of how important marketing is for your company. 

    How Should You Spend Your Marketing Budget?

    This will depend on where you are in your marketing journey. A company that is just starting will have different needs than an established brand. 

    A common need between a start-up and an established company is a marketing plan. They will vary based on where you are in your marketing journey, but a plan is necessary for both.

    A marketing services company will help you come up with this plan. They’ll determine pain points and if you should be focusing on things like SEO services or email marketing services. 

    If you are a new company, how do you want potential clients to see your brand? You will build your marketing strategy around your beliefs and goals as a company. 

    Building Your Brand

    If you are brand-new to the marketing space, you should spend more time building your brand and establishing your online presence. 

    To start, you want to build a positive reputation online. That means having a great website and putting up reviews or awards your company has received. 

    Building a brand requires a solid strategy, using all of the online marketing tools at your disposal. If you create a solid marketing foundation at the beginning of your journey, you are set up for success moving forward. 

    Set Your Marketing Goals

    At the beginning of your marketing journey, you should set goals. This way, you have something trackable. Marketing without a plan and set goals can be inefficient. 

    Setting goals will also allow you to see what is working and what isn’t. Your plan does not need to be set in stone. If you find certain aspects of your marketing strategy aren’t working, adjust, and try something new!

    If you have a strong foundation set in place, you can be agile in implementing your marketing strategies. 

    Track Results

    If you hire a marketing company to help in your marketing strategy, they’ll be able to provide you with reports to show your progress. These reports will show how your strategy is being implemented and how your website is moving up through the rankings. 

    Understanding how your potential clients interact with your content is key to the success of your company. Discovering what keeps clients engaged will help you narrow your focus, allowing you to specifically target the things that work for you.

    Once you have been following your strategy for a few months, you’ll be able to see what is working for your company and what needs to change. You will have determined what keywords get you the best results and how to use them to your advantage.

    SEO Upkeep

    As mentioned earlier in this article, the needs of a well-established company are different than a new company. Once you have implemented your strategy and received the results you want, you don’t want to stop your efforts. 

    Keywords and marketing tools evolve over the years. You want to stay competitive with the other companies out there that are consistently implementing marketing strategies. 

    If you let your marketing or SEO remain stagnant, you will start to fall in the rankings. This is why it’s best to create a long-term plan and stick to it.

    Once you have hit the ranking you want and have succeeded at your marketing goals, you can set new ones to make sure you stay relevant! 

    Property Management Marketing Services Get Results

    Marketing is essential to get your name and reputation as a company out into the world. Setting up a solid marketing plan will get you results over time. 

    If you are struggling to figure out a plan that works, consider hiring a marketing services company. Even better, hire one that understands the unique needs of the property management market.

    The post How Much Money Should Your Property Management Company Spend on Marketing? appeared first on SurfResults Marketing.

  • Google Starts Highlighting Journalists’ Latest Articles via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern
    18 June 2021

    Google is testing a change to search results for journalists which includes a carousel of their latest articles.

    The post Google Starts Highlighting Journalists’ Latest Articles appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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