Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Distributor Interviews

Distributor Interview with Patrick Birmingham of Stunster

Kim: When did you start your business?

Patrick: I started Stunster.com in September 2007.

Kim: Why did you get started with Safety Technology business?

Patrick: It really all started out of curiosity.  I had just started building websites as a hobby, then one day someone told me about a free open source ecommerce software platform called osCommerce.

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Distributor Interview with Bryan Buckner of Guardian Self Defense

Laura: When did you start your business? Bryan: We started Guardian Self Defense in May 2006, so just over 4 years ago.

Laura: Why did you get started with Safety Technology? Bryan: Well I’ve always had an entrepreneur spirit. After Grad school, my MBA, I started to search for businesses with a relatively low start up cost, something that would supplement my family’s income. Found Safety Technology’s ad in one of the small business magazines, researched the company and convinced my wife. The rest is history. [Read more...]


Distributor Interview with Darrell Hacker

Tiffany: When did you start your business?

Darrell: 2006

Tiffany: Why did you get started in this business?

Darrell: Well, we actually had an incident that happened in our house, it was broken into.  We ended up going to a seminar and purchased some websites and we weren’t really sure what products to put into the websites.  One thing just led to another and with that incident happening and the websites we decided to load security products on the websites and here we are four years later! [Read more...]


Interview with Susan Eaton

Tiffany: When did you start your business?

Susan: We started in October 2006 [Read more...]


Interview with David Brackman

Tiffany: When did you start your business?

David: I started my business in April 1st, 2 years ago today, so that would be 2008.

Tiffany: Why did you get started in this business? [Read more...]


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Tips and Inspiration

Caffeine – Google’s New Search Engine Index

Google Caffeine is what Google has named their new index for their search engine. Basically, pages will be indexed MUCH quicker once Caffeine is fully implemented. This is a good thing for those who create a lot of content.

It use to take a site months to get indexed in Google.  Now, by creating content that Google can find, you can get a new site indexed in a few days.  Caffeine will be even faster!  I’m talking hours, minutes or even seconds. [Read more...]


8 Simple On Page SEO Steps

1. Carefully choose your keywords - find keywords that are extremely targeted to your page, are getting plenty of traffic, and have as little competition as possible.

2. Separate multiple topics on one page into individual pages that focus on single topics. Keep the number of keywords for each page as small as possible. [Read more...]


(7 Tips From Google to Improve Your Ads and Capture More Customers)*

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The Importance of Keyword Research

If you’re like most website owners you probably just guess when it comes to the keywords you want to target. Sure, you’re familiar with the products on your site, yet keywords are still a challenge. For example you might target keywords like “stun gun”, “pepper spray” or “hidden camera.” That’s a good starting point for brainstorming, but do you know what people are really searching for when using those keyword phrases. [Read more...]


What Are The Most Important SEO Factors?

The number one is links. Google is basically based on links. But one thing that people tend to overlook is the on-page SEO. People think it’s not important and tend not to do it. [Read more...]


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Dan Kennedy - Why People Fail Series

(Why People Fail – The Price of Negligence, by Dan Kennedy )*

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Why People Fail-If You Want More, Make Yourself More Valuable by Dan Kennedy

The mayor of a small town once wrote to Benjamin Franklin asking for a donation so the town could buy a bell for its town square. Franklin sent money with a note suggesting they forego the bell in favor of buying books for the town library. It is at the library we might find an answer to why so few succeed and why most fail – at anything, at everything. [Read more...]


Why People Fail How To Make A Lot More Money, Fast by Dan Kennedy

Odds are, your business lost a lot of customers last year. There are holes in your bucket. And odds are, you can’t say for sure how many you lost, who you lost, why you lost them or where they went and are now.  If you do nothing different, I can tell you this same thing next year too. A great way to make more money is to stop losing customers, beginning with the next one you are about to lose. [Read more...]


Why People Fail – Now Is The Time To Do It Differently by Dan Kennedy

The fast food industry got the idea for drive-in windows from banks. I guess there was a McDonalds executive sitting at the bank drive-through one day who thought, “I don’t think we can fit the milkshakes in these tubes, but…”    Netjets, the leader in fractional jet ownership, now owned by Warren Buffet, owes its birth to the vacation time-share industry. The microwave in your kitchen was not originally intended to go there; its original manufacturer, Litton, believed no consumer would buy it and built them only for restaurants. When was the last time you heard of Litton?  [Read more...]


(Google Adwords)*

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