So over the last 3 weeks I have been really pushing mobile sweepstake pin-submit/voucher SOI offers on Facebook really, really hard using the boost your post ad option and one of the things that I’ve found is that the comments you receive really affect the CTR and conversion rates. The fact is negative comments result in a higher cost per engagement resulting in increased ad costs.
Now unfortunately Facebook does not have a setting for manually approving comments before they’re posted which is a pain when you’re running shady pin-submit/voucher SOI offers and even if you run legitimate competitions you’ll always get people commenting that it’s a SCAM or a CON and obviously when other people see these comments they will be more hesitant on clicking through and signing up for your offer.
Don’t worry however your boy Cashmoneyaffiliate has a nice little workaround in order to help you gain some control over what comments appear on your boosted posts.
The first thing you’ll need to is to download my list of most commonly used words in the English language. (you can add your own words to this list if you want)
Next, you want to go to the facebook page you want to moderate comments on and select settings.
Click edit on the page moderation option and past in the huge list of commonly used words in the English language and hit save.
Now every post you make from now onwards if someone leaves a comment it will automatically go into hidden statues and only the person who left the comment will be able to view it and no one else unless you choose to unhide the comment.
Note: if your running sweepstakes/voucher campaigns in another country you’ll need to get those commonly used words translated.
Hope you’re doing well and having a great start to your week, am going to keep this short and sweet. The other week I hosted a great webinar for AffiliateFix if you haven’t had a chance to see it you can watch the replay here.
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This a replay of a webinar I hosted with Oliver over at Affiliate Fix last week covering 5 Ways to Earn Money with Mobile Marketing for those of you who couldn’t attend.
A few days ago I stumbled across a very cool resource which I thought would come in very useful to a lot of you new affiliates who have issues finding traffic source tokens. It’s called trackingtokens.com and has a huge list of yep you guessed it traffic source tokens, so no more having to go through blogs and forms to find what traffic source tokens you need to put in your trackers.
There are certain types of people you just need to avoid in your life. Those types of people can be very poisonous to you and will always have a negative effect on your forwardness in life. It’s very important for Entrepreneurs to always stay focused and the diversions and pressure that poisonous individuals bring into your life is quite unnecessary barriers, so it’s better to avoid them.
You most likely knew several individuals that are poisonous – they might work for you, you might be friends with some or perhaps you even stay with one or two of such people. The sooner you start avoiding them and make effort to remove them from your life, the better. They are just pure poison. Here are 8 poisonous kinds of people you need to steer clear of.
The envious type
Being an entrepreneur could be an extremely bumpy journey full of many ups and downs. Life is not always what we want it to be. While it’s paramount to have people that will be there for you during your down times, it’s important as well to have those who will rejoice with you during your achievements. Envious individuals won’t ever be happy for you, no matter what. They only believe that good things should come to them and nobody else. You want to do away with these types of people.
The judgemental type
Judgmental individuals will forever be looking for ways to criticize everything and anything they come in contact with. You can take time to clarify something to them in great detail, but they always fail to understand. They are quick to draw conclusions without any hard facts or details. They are terrible at conveying and do not listen well. Asking for comments or guidance from a judgmental person is a total waste of time. Just avoid such a person.
The pompous/arrogant type
Never mistake arrogance for confidence. Confident Individuals tend to inspire others while pompous/arrogant individuals annoy and intimidate. The arrogant type of person believes they are better than any person around them. This type of person is not comfortable to deal with in a business environment and can be very annoying if you have them as friends.
The know-it-all type
This group of people do not ever listen to anything from someone else. They do not have to, they believe they know the best method to do everything and because according to them they understand everything. They’re a total nightmare to cope with in a business environment and can be quite a pain in your personal life. For a business to be successful, it requires groups of individuals that will listen to each other and work as a team. For those who have the “know-it-all” type in your team, it can create a lot of confusion and cause delays in getting things done.
The negative type
A person who’s constantly negative will empty your positive energy instantly – they thrive on bringing down everyone around them. You’ll never receive any words of encouragement from a Negative person. They are going to discredit every thought you’ve got and instead of being encouraging they’re going to go out of their way to point out every possible way you can fail, rather than focus on possibility and possibilities. They are number one energy suckers, so make sure to get rid of them from your life.
The constant victim
This type of person always blames others for their mistakes and actions. The “constant victim” type of person is very poisonous to have in a workplace, as they will always point accusing fingers for things they did. Flush them out of your organization and life if possible and remove that problem.
The unceasing gossiper
Anyone who gossips ceaselessly is very insecure. They just don’t know how to separate rumours from facts. Having a gossiper in your company may be quite damaging – they may easily produce a negative environment and are cancers to the growth of your business growth.
The perpetual liars
To be successful you must surround yourself with other people that are successful and that you can trust and count on to be there for you. Liars can’t be trusted and it is tough to count on them because you never know if they’re lying or telling the truth. That sort of doubt will wear you out immediately. Remove them from your life immediately. That way, you don’t have to keep wondering if you’re being told lies.
If any of the above sounds familiar, then there’s the chance you’re being exposed to poisonous people. You need to think about removing them from the equation, letting you stay constantly focused on achieving your goals without unnecessary diversions.
I have always been interested in the daily rituals of super successful entrepreneurs as I know that its the little habits that you do on a daily basis that really make a deference.
A lot of the world’s most super successful entrepreneurs past and present have mastered their morning routines down to a fine art to make sure there days get of to a great start.
I recently brought the book Daily Rituals by Mason Currey (great read) and I also happened to stumble upon this really cool Infographic were you can check out the morning routines of Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Jones, Arianna Huffington and more in the infographic below: