Fibifitness, a startup offering competition and lifestyle training, has launched.

The site is powered by WordPress, to allow the owners to edit content, and the WooCommerce engine, allowing for onsite orders. It uses a highly customised version of the AutofocusPro theme to showcase post images, and features a front-page slider to highlight competitors trained by the company.

The design is by Urban Legend web.

Sometimes, your site will need some downtime, so you can fix things or update plugins. Most of the time, this tends to be a relatively short period in which Google will most likely not attempt to crawl your website. However, in the case that you need more time to get things fixed, chances are much higher that GoogleBot might come for a visit and be confronted with a website that’s down. So how do we prevent Google from deranking your website?

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HTTP status codes and you

For those not familiar with HTTP status codes, here’s a brief summary of the ones that apply to you when dealing with site maintenance:

  • 200 OK. This status code dictates that the server was successful in returning a response.
  • 301 Moved permanently. This tells the browser that this page is no longer valid and will redirect to the correct page.
  • 302 / 307 Moved temporarily. There’s some history behind these two HTTP status codes, but what this dictates to the browser is that you’ll temporarily be redirecting the browser to a different page and that the current URL will eventually be back to its former state.
  • 404 Not Found. This status code means that the page you were trying to navigate to, couldn’t be found.
  • 410 Content Deleted. Use this if you deleted your content on purpose and there will be no replacement. Find out more about how to delete pages properly.
  • 503 Service unavailable. This is the one you want to be returning to Google when you’re dealing with site maintenance. It tells Google that you are in fact working on this page or that something else went wrong. Google knows that when this status code is returned, to check the page again later on. This is what we’ll be discussing a bit more.

Please note that Google will consider pages returning the 200 HTTP status code, despite there being an error (or very little content) on the page, as a “soft 404” in Google Search Console.

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Telling Google you’re busy

If Google runs into a 404 while crawling your site, it’ll usually toss out that page from the search results until it comes back the next time to verify the page is back. However, if Google repeatedly runs into a 404 on that specific page, it’ll eventually postpone re-crawling which means that more time will pass before the page returns in the search results.

To overcome this potential longer loss of rankings, you need to return a 503 status code whenever working on a particular page. The original definition of the 503 status code, according to this RFC, is:

The server is currently unable to handle the request due to a temporary overloading or maintenance of the server. The implication is that this is a temporary condition which will be alleviated after some delay. If known, the length of the delay MAY be indicated in a Retry-After header. If no Retry-After is given, the client SHOULD handle the response as it would for a 500 response.

What this means is that returning a 503 in combination with a Retry-After header, which will tell Google how many minutes to wait before coming back. This does not mean Google will crawl again in exactly X minutes, but it’ll ensure Google doesn’t come back around to take a look anytime before then.

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Adding the header

If you want to implement the header, there are a few options you can choose from.

Using the WordPress defaults

By default, WordPress already returns a 503 when updating plugins or WordPress core. WordPress allows you to override the default maintenance page by adding a maintenance.php to your wp-content/ directory. Please note that you’ll then be responsible for properly returning the 503 header. Plan on doing database maintenance? You’ll have to take care of that as well. Add a db-error.php file to your wp-content/ and make sure that you also properly return a 503 header here as well.

If you’re looking to add something fancier to your WordPress website, check out WP Maintenance Mode. This plugin also adds a lot of extra features, besides what we mentioned in the previous section.

If you’re just writing your own code and want a solution that’s easy to implement, you can add the following snippet to your codebase and call it in the code that determines if you’re in maintenance mode:


function set_503_header() {
    $protocol = 'HTTP/1.0';

    if ( $_SERVER['SERVER_PROTOCOL'] === 'HTTP/1.1' ) {
        $protocol = 'HTTP/1.1';
    }

    header( $protocol . '503 Service Unavailable', true, 503 );
    header( 'Retry-After: 3600' );
}

Note that the 3600 in the code snippet dictates the delay time in seconds. That means that the above sample will tell GoogleBot to return after an hour. It’s also possible to add a specific date and time in Retry-After, but you need to be careful with what you add here, as adding a faulty date might result in unexpected results.

Pro-tips

Caching

There are a few things you need to take into consideration when working with maintenance pages and returning 503 status codes. If you actively use caching, you might run into a situation where the cache isn’t properly passing on the 503 status, so please make sure you test this properly, before actively using this on the live version of your website.

Robots.txt

Did you know it’s also possible to return a 503 status code for your robots.txt? Pierre Far from Google explains in this article that Google will halt crawling your website if you return a 503 status code on your robots.txt file. The biggest advantage to this is less server load during maintenance periods.

Handle your maintenance well!

As we have seen, you can avoid losing rankings by adding a 503 when you’re doing site maintenance, to let Google know it can come back to crawl your site later. There are several ways to do this. Pick what works best for you, and you’ll have a well-maintained site with no danger of losing rankings. Good luck!

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asset-buildingIn short, for all of you who don’t want to read the whole thing, yes it can.

However, it’s not actually that simple. The good thing is that your blog can, indeed, become a great resource for some niche audience and make you recognizable, that’s a fact. But the bad thing is that the content on every blog is very chaotic (by definition).

Here’s what I mean, and let me use an example. If you want to get some structured info on a specific topic, you go to Barnes and Noble and get a book. You don’t get 24 monthly archive issues of a popular magazine. Even though the articles in that magazine will surely be of good quality, you know that the lack of structure will make it very difficult to treat them as a handy resource.

This is exactly the problem with blogging. Even though some popular niche blogs have built thousands of subscribers, and continue to publish spot-on content regularly, it’s still hard to treat them as a resource. In other words, if you’re new to the topic and you visit one of those blogs, there’s always the question “okay, where do I start?” With books, it’s clear, you start on the first page and proceed forward.

Therefore, the actual important mystery to focus on is whether a blog can really become a long-term asset and a recognizable resource in its niche.

And personally, I’m not that convinced that you can consider a blog being a popular resource if its most popular page is always the latest post. In such a case, it’s only a popular online newspaper, not resource.

Blogs and their structure

As it turns out, one of the main elements that keep a blog from becoming a resource is its structure – the default layout of posts presented in a reverse chronological order.

This default structure is the main reason why posts have a very short lifespan on any blog – a lifespan that can then only be bumped up by SEO.

In result, if you want to make a blog part of your online business then you should consider some major changes to its content structure. These changes will help you to make every article more visible, no matter if it’s brand new or not.

1. Create hubs

Hubs or resource pages have one purpose, and it is to gather all content around a single idea and then present it in an attractive form.

A hub should be structured like a table of contents in a book.

Essentially, it’s a list of links with some explanations on why each link is placed in a certain location.

The layout of links itself should present a step-by-step approach so that every visitor can obtain some specific knowledge.

Such hubs can then become the main content elements on your blog and serve your audience for finding relevant information quickly.

Notice that this doesn’t require any heavy changes to the source code structure of the blog itself. You’re just introducing new pages containing well thought through lists of links pointing to other posts.

2. “Getting started” page

Even though this still isn’t the most popular page on blogs these days, I do believe that it just might be the most important one you’ll ever create (and sorry … I’m still working on mine, but I do understand the power it brings).

Some popular bloggers have already introduced their “getting started” pages and they all agree that it was a great decision. (I’m talking mainly about Pat Flynn and Corbett Barr.)

Instead of me explaining what should appear on a “getting started” page, it’s better if you simply hop over to the two examples above and check for yourself.

The idea itself is really REALLY simple. A “getting started” page should provide an easy-to-grasp roadmap for everyone who’s new to your blog.

3. Have a custom homepage

Going with the standard “latest posts” listing is so 2010.

If you want to continue growing your blog, you must build something custom.

I’ve talked about some elements you can place on a homepage in my other post – How to Create the Worst Homepage Ever, so feel free to check it out.

Essentially, that’s it. WordPress is already pretty well-optimized for hosting all kinds of content, and creating new elements like described above doesn’t require any modifications to the source code.

Only the homepage might require some tweaks to your current theme, but apart from that, everything can be done inside the admin panel.

What do you think about the whole idea of turning a blog into a resource and building your online business on top of it, as opposed to going the other way around?


Can Blogging Be a Long-Term Asset-Building Strategy for Online Business? | newInternetOrder.com

Local SEO by YoastWe’ve been hard at work here at Yoast.com, together with our good friend Arjan Snaterse, to complete the delivery of our next baby: the Local SEO plugin, which is, just like our Video SEO plugin, an extension to the WordPress SEO plugin. The Local SEO makes creating geo sitemaps and KML files a breeze, while also allowing easy embedding of schema.org annotated info into your pages.

Just yesterday, during SMX West, Duane Forrester of Bing said:

He’s right. We found out the hard way: Schema.org is tough to implement right. That’s why you should have us do it for you, as this plugin takes all the pain away and makes it as easy as embedding a shortcode.

In fact, I’ll tell you how we learned the hard way. We were ready to start selling this plugin almost a month ago, and then, without any notice, schema.org was updated. It added in another 80+ tags for local business… Sending us back to development.

To see all the powerful widgets and shortcodes this plugin has, check out the how-to. It allows you to easily set up a custom post type for locations too, and because we know you might have a lot of locations, we’ve also added a CSV import capability for those locations.

We’re very proud of this plugin, we hope you like it too! Go check it out now.

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blue
I’m not a fan of the color orange. Dunno why. I prefer soothing and relaxing colors, like blues and greens.

But the new Twenty Thirteen theme for the next version of WordPress is very, very orange.

Since I like to run the default themes over on my other site, this clearly could not stand.

So, I did a palette swap. Basically, I took the three header images, and swapped the Red and Blue channels, leaving the Green channel alone. Easy enough to do in Photoshop.

Then, I made a child theme, and put some minimalist code in the functions.php file to fiddle with the default header images to use the ones from my child theme instead of the normal ones. Finally, I did a search and replace for all the color references in the style.css file, swapped the R and B values in them, then put them in my new style.css file.

The result you can see over on my other blog. Yes, I know I don’t write often enough. Hell, I’ve been busy.

Child themes are fun to mess with. Here’s a copy if you want it for anything.

Twenty Thirteen – Blue

Enjoy! :)

scamHere’s how the technique works. If you want to write an affiliate review of a product named, say, Online Business Wizard Blueprint (just made that up), and you want to make it as eye-grabbing as possible then all you have to do is go with a headline like:

Online Business Wizard Blueprint Scam

This is sure to get a lot of people interested. Now, the cool part is that you still get to keep the review pretty standard. You go through the pros and cons, describe some features, provide a bonus and display your affiliate link. The only thing you have to say at the end is:

Is Online Business Wizard Blueprint a scam? Surely not.

And you’re “clean,” so to speak. Only you’re not.

The above scenario personifies exactly everything that’s wrong with internet marketing these days… Deceptive headline. The copy has nothing to do with the headline. And probably a shitty product being promoted in the first place.

That being said, it surely works. Whenever a new product gets released, there’s always at least one review like this occupying one of the top spots on Google.

It has a lot to do with human nature. Whenever we’re thinking about buying something, and all of a sudden we see a headline like [Product Name] Scam, we feel this irresistible urge to check it out, purely because we don’t want to get scammed, which is 100% normal.

But the person on the other side who’s just trying to lure us in, is not normal at all.

Therefore, here’s a quick cut-out-’n-keep guide on what to do when you encounter a review like this, and also when you can write one yourself.

What to do if you see a [Product Name] Scam review

Just a quick procedure, actually.

Before you even start reading it, scroll down to find any affiliate links.

If the headline says “scam” yet the person still tries to spin it and promote the thing then they’re obviously a douchebag. Don’t even bother reading such a review.

If there are no affiliate links, however, then the review can actually be the real deal, in which case by all means read it.

When to write a [Product Name] Scam review yourself

Quite simply, when it really is a scam and you want to tell the world about it.

In this case, however, using an affiliate link at the end is not the most fortunate thing, to say the least.

This also means that, on the other hand, if you like a given product, please don’t act like a “smart marketer” and create a [Product Name] Scam review for it. You might get some sales here and there, but your brand will suffer along the way.

Fighting spam reviews

Those problematic [Product Name] Scam reviews are nothing more than spam. I encourage you to fight pages like this by reporting them to Google. This can be done here.

If Google gets a number of spam reports for the same page, they are sure to do something about it.

Word for today: mercy. As in “no mercy for spam reviews.”


[Product Name] Scam – The Most Overused Eye-Grabbing Review Technique | newInternetOrder.com

secretWell, you don’t have to know me for that long to know that I’m not the biggest fan of all these “next big thing” internet marketing products.

The thing that has gotten my attention lately is called “Tube Kaboom.” It’s said to be the holy grail of YouTube Marketing.

Disclaimer. I am in no way affiliated with that product. Nor do I recommend you to buy it. In fact, I strongly recommend against buying it. That being said, I don’t have any actual first-hand experience with it, so I may be completely wrong with my short assessment here. I guess my lawyer would advise me to label this post as: “For Entertainment Purposes Only.”

First of all, what’s the deal with YouTube marketing and what benefits it can bring to the average online business.

Benefits of YouTube marketing

YouTube is one of the most popular sites on the web. Currently, 490,000,000 people visit it every day (that’s 490 million). This translates to 5,671 visits every second. (Stats by WolframAlpha.)

In short, no wonder that so many online entrepreneurs desire to get a piece of this traffic for themselves…

And it’s not only entrepreneurs. YouTube is responsible for promoting people in many areas, so to speak. For instance, remember the young pop-singer girl by the name of Justin Bieber? YouTube created her. Or Ken Block – the rally car drifting sensation? Essentially, YouTube again. Or the epic cooking show – Epic Meal Time?

Long story short, huge careers can be made at YouTube, so figuring the platform out is surely a great skill to posses. But how to actually do it?

kaboom

Why Tube Kaboom is NOT the solution

Tube Kaboom is a YouTube marketing service. Some of the things on offer include:

  • Link building to YouTube videos directly.
  • Social bookmarking.
  • Video embeds onto a “quality” network of sites – syndication partners.
  • Actual views of your videos – viewer buying.
  • Fool the “time watched” parameter service (not actually called that; more on this below).

Right off the bat, the first major drawback is that it’s promoted by Mike Fil.saime (yes, with a dot right in the middle – it’s his new name according to the “from” line in my inbox). But that’s not all.

Even more importantly, I don’t believe that the product can actually match the potential of another well-known YouTube marketing technique … creating great videos.

Sorry for using the cliché, I really feel terribly bad about it, but the best approach at YouTube actually is to create quality content. (I really hate when anyone says “quality content,” as it’s the most useless piece of advice online, but in this case it really makes sense.)

If you take a look at who succeeds at YouTube, you’ll see that it’s almost exclusively people who have figured out how to create great videos that are very entertaining to watch. They didn’t build links, build embeds, social bookmarked anything, etc. The only thing they’ve focused on was recording great videos.

YouTube viewers these days are much smarter than a couple of years ago. Right now, everyone expects a well-produced show, and if you can’t adhere to the standards of quality then no one will watch you no matter how well your “Kaboom” is performing in the background.

The main difficulty for new youtubers isn’t the lack of links or embeds, it’s the fact that it’s no longer easy to produce a great video. There are essentially four elements of a quality YouTube video from what I can see:

  1. The idea/topic quality.
  2. The execution quality (how well you can present the idea).
  3. The video quality (technical production).
  4. The audio quality (technical production).

And you need all of them to get noticed on YouTube. Yet Tube Kaboom helps you with none.

In essence, the approach presented by Tube Kaboom simply isn’t how YouTube marketing should be done. Getting big on YouTube doesn’t involve building a network of syndicated embeds and thousands of links. It involves focusing on the content itself.

YouTube has made a lot to recognize which videos are the quality ones in their collection. That’s why they’ve introduced the “time watched” parameter. Basically, if a big percentage of viewers watch your video all the way through then it’s certainly a quality one. But if everyone stops after two seconds then it’s not.

What Tube Kaboom offers as part of their service are video views longer than 30 seconds each. In plain English, this is a way to fool the “time watched” parameter. Well, if you think that YouTube won’t get a grasp on what’s going on at some point and ban you completely for doing such a thing then you have a surprise heading your way…

The actual client base for Tube Kaboom

As you can see, this isn’t any cleverly disguised promotion, I’m really being genuine and advise you not to buy this. However, as I’m sitting here and writing this post, I’m starting to realize that there actually is one group of people who can benefit from Tube Kaboom after all.

Basically, if you have a set of crappy videos that you want to promote anyway then this product is tailor made just for you. And I mean it. I’m not being sarcastic or witty.

Think about it, since this product provides various promotional mechanisms based on fake views, embeds, and so on, only to create YouTube presence and improve rankings (both on YouTube and Google) then it’s actually the only possible way to get by for anyone with crappy videos.

If you have good videos then there are many other options to promote your content, and you can even go the 100% organic way (focusing on content exclusively), but for crappy ones, Tube Kaboom is basically the only solution…

Just like I said in the beginning, I don’t really know for sure what this product is, so if you bought it and it turned out to work great for you then feel free to correct me in the comments or send me an email and I shall update this post or even take it down. But for now, stay away from Tube Kaboom.


Behold! The Great Huge Secret of YouTube Traffic Finally Revealed by Internet Marketing Gods | newInternetOrder.com

For all sorts of reasons, some people have a problem with updating WordPress installs properly. I will state now that for both our free and premium plugins we do not support anything but the latest and the prior to last version. At the time of writing that’s WordPress 3.5 and WordPress 3.4. If you’re running anything else, we can’t help you. But mostly, I want to convince you to upgrade by dispelling all the reasons why you shouldn’t or “couldn’t” upgrade.

The top four reasons we hear:

#1: “my site / theme will break”

Usually followed by “and I don’t have the time to fix it”. Well, plan some time or hire someone. This week. Because if you’re on WordPress 3.1 or 3.2, it’s a matter of time before you’ll get hacked. At that time you’ll not have the luxury of “planning” the upgrade, you’ll just have to suck it up and deal with it. Prevent that from happening and upgrade.

#2: “our core modifications will be gone”

Your what? You do realize that if you were to tinker with the code of  say, Microsoft Word, Microsoft wouldn’t be helping you either? That’s exactly how it works with us. Our plugins work with WordPress, not with what you did to it. Remove your core modifications and turn them into plugins so they behave as expected by other plugins and then: update.

#3: “plugin x that we use won’t work anymore”

Well, you’ve got three options:

  1. contact that plugins developer and ask him to fix it;
  2. contact another developer and pay him to fix it;
  3. drop the plugin and start using another plugin.

#4: “I don’t need any of the new functionality”

WordPress is updated regularly, not just to add new functionality but to fix security issues too. Frankly, most people out there, probably including you, are not able to determine whether they need new functionality. WordPress 3.4 and 3.5 added API’s for developers that plugins that you’re using might want to use, not upgrading makes those plugins function less, or not at all.

Conclusion

In short: upgrade. I know some developers out there are saying that we can’t “require” people to upgrade, well, I disagree. He compares it to Apple not forcing you to buy a new Mac when it breaks. The difference there is that we’re not talking about hardware. We’re talking about software. Apple regularly asks you to upgrade your system to fix battery issues or other issues.

In the end, it’s an economic decision: I’m not going to spend valuable support and development time on a minority that doesn’t want to upgrade, at the cost of not developing new features or fixing bugs for current versions of WordPress. So, if you want to use our plugins, stay current!

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Funny Dinosaur King is Biggest in the World by epSos.de, on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/epsos/8136112369/I couldn’t resist using this headline, but there’s actually no hype in this post. I just want to talk about some direct ways of making money on the internet.

In this case, “making money directly” is the opposite of “passive income.” So quite an interesting turn of events considering that the internet is all-in on the whole passive income concept, right?

In short, this is about freelancing – exchanging your expertise for money.

Not everyone is convinced to freelancing. I know that passive income is a lot more attractive concept in itself. Who wouldn’t want to be able to make money passively, while having a drink at the beach… But, like I said in the headline, before you make it big on the internet, you have to be able to put some food on the table in the meantime.

Freelancing is actually a great way to make money short-term. While passive income is the perfect long-term strategy. Here’s what I mean; the pros and cons of both approaches:

  • Freelancing – easy to get started and make money within weeks; however, the moment you stop working, the money stops flowing as well.
  • Passive income – takes an awful lot of time just to bring any initial profits; however, it continues bringing profits long after you stop working.

I guess what I’m trying to say is that you shouldn’t disregard freelancing as a possible income stream just because your goal is to grow your “passive” business. In my opinion, getting both pieces of the puzzle working together is the best approach for online entrepreneurs.

Now, the funny thing about freelancing is that you don’t really need a CV or anything like it to get started. The only required element is one client willing to throw money at you in exchange for some specific service.

freelancing

Of course, you do have to possess the necessary skills just to be able to deliver that service, but that’s a whole other story. You can start your research by taking a look at one of my guest posts. It focuses on the things that every beginner freelancer should pay attention to:

4 Freelancing Tips For Beginners

Although the post above lists some places where you can go to get your first deal, there are actually a lot more websites and job boards out there. For a more extensive list, feel free to visit another post (title not accidental):

10 Places To Find Freelance Gigs Before You Get Rich On The Internet

The best thing about the freelancing world is that you can find work on literally tens if not hundreds of different sites. And sometimes, all it takes is having a good hire me page on your own site (I had a number of request purely through my hire me page).

Anyways. One of the most significant problems in the freelancing world, besides getting clients, is productivity. As it turns out, managing your own time is much more challenging than you’d think.

There are many posts about the issue of productivity on this blog, but the simple advice I have for you today comes inside the following post:

Be More Productive by Working Early

To be honest, I was always a late-riser, mainly because I liked working at night. But even I, and it was one of the most surprising revelations, am much more productive if I get up early. Really, there’s no better feeling than having your work done by 11AM… Check out the above post to find out how to do it.

And last but not least: What do you think of freelancing as a genuine way to make you money short-term?


Things To Do Before You Make It Big On The Internet | newInternetOrder.com

If you’ve been interested in making money online for any amount of time then you’ve probably seen one of those sales videos where the narrating voice tells you to shut down all distractions so you can “receive the most value” when watching the video.

The instruction usually tells you to shut down Facebook, Skype, Twitter, close your other browser tabs, and even (believe it or not) turn off your phone and lock the door of the room you’re in right now.

… And it’s all so you can “receive more value” … yeah, right.

ninja

It’s actually a marketing technique I like to call the Douchebag Ninja.

By the way, have you noticed that I’m using the word douchebag an awful lot lately? Anyways.

The rules of the Douchebag Ninja

First of all, why the name… It’s all because the technique is kind of stealth in nature, and because it’s about deceiving the visitor that there’s something special waiting for them, only to make them more receptive to the marketing message.

The main goal of the Douchebag Ninja is simply to maximize the conversions that the offer is getting. And one of the things that work quite well in doing so is convincing the viewer to shut down all possible distractions around them.

It’s actually very easy to lose a sale when you’re an online marketer. All it takes is one single distraction and your prospective customer is no longer paying attention to anything you’re saying.

Therefore, if a marketer manages to convince the viewer to lock themselves in a room and throw away the key, they have much better chance to close the sale.

The problem with the Douchebag Ninja

The problem isn’t the technique itself but the deceptive instructions used by people trying to apply it.

The thing is that you don’t need to shut down distractions to “receive value” from anything, and if someone tells your otherwise, they just want to sell you something.

Picture this, can you imagine yourself in a crowded bus, standing, yet holding a great book and reading it with complete dedication despite the overall noisy environment? It’s probably no problem for you… The fact is that we can always tune ourselves for receiving value, no matter the scenery we’re in. And we certainly don’t need anyone to tell us what to do with our phone, Facebook, or other “distractions.”

The takeaway

Basically, there are two lessons to take away from this post.

  1. Don’t believe anyone who tells you that you “need to shut down all distractions because what you’re about to see will change your life forever” – it’s just the Douchebag Ninja technique in practice.
  2. If you’re trying to sell something yourself, don’t try to trick people into paying attention to you. Instead, make your message interesting enough so people will shut down distractions on their own.

I guess that’s it about the technique itself. Have you come across anything like this in the online marketing space recently?


Funny Marketing Trick (the “Douchebag Ninja”) | newInternetOrder.com