Content Nitrous Review

Just thought I would put together a short insight into a new product coming onto the market on Tuesday August 24th 2015 called Content Nitrous by husband and wife team Omar & Melinda Martin. The target niche is geared towards, content marketing, traffic generation and content optimisation.

So What Is Content Nitrous?

Well simply put it is a system used to enhance websites and make money, this is fact not theory. They have been doing this for years and now want to reveal their secrets to the world. It has been tested on membership sites, download pages, and funnels. It has been perfected by their team of progammers to automate it, giving them a copy and paste short code for WordPress that pulls in the money. The code can also be customised to suit your requirements.

Content Nitrous Features.

The sytem has already been used on some of the biggest product launches in the Internet Marketing Industry in the last few years. The software will do things on autopilot such as; increase long term marketing profits, inject life in to any launch bottom line and also decrease your support headaches. You can check out their video on the site.

You will get the content nitrous ebook, MP3 audio course, four part video training course and the “StepBox” WordPress plugin.

So Why Do You Need It?

Imagine you had a simple short code that you could paste on to your thank you page or download page of your website to quickly add hundreds if not thousands of dollars to your bottom line over and over again. This is the kind of product that you will use constantly to improve and grow your business long term, this is the real deal.

Your customers, visitors will love the value that this simple system will add to your site, customers will keep flooding back for more.

 

How Safe Is Your Affiliate Link

 

Discover Why Affiliate Links Are Vulnerable and Why Most Affiliates Lose Up To 30% Commission Without Even Realising It. Check This Out For a Solution To Stop Losing Commissions.

During a recent product launch, Chris and his team discovered something quite SHOCKING.

According to their server logs, approximately 10% of visitors were landing on the sales page, immediately switched browser!

Despite the fact that they purely monetise offers with affiliate traffic, they have a constant 10.7% non-affiliate purchases on almost every launch.

They found this is mostly down to users switching browser and sharing the raw, unaffiliated link with others.

With WP Link Shield, affiliates never need to worry again as the url in the browser is always the affiliates link.

NEVER Worry About Broken Affiliate Links Again

 No one has the time to keep track of all their affiliate links. Many offers expire and from time to time visitors will see broken domains and pages.

WP Link Shield automatically detects dead links and broken sites, then redirects traffic back to your site, where the visitor is presented with a live offer list of your choice automatically!

You need not do anything, the plugin does a regular scan at your interval choice that identifies problems and redirects dead, expired and problematic links.

  • Prevents Commission Losses By Link Sharing And Browser Switching
  • Blocks Unwanted Exit Pops
  • Increases Link Trust By Natural Keywords And Site Branding
  • Auto Detects & Redirects Broken Affiliate Offers
  • 100% Social Media Friendly – Yes, These Links Work In FaceBook And Twitter
  • Boosts Social CTR With Full Meta Control
  • Instant Social Sharing To Twitter & FaceBook
  • Add Scarcity To Any Affiliate Link
  • Add Bonus Reminder Bar To Any Affiliate Link

WP Link Shield Is The Only Link Cloaker With Automated Commission Protection

Top WP Plugins

Plugins we recommend for Word Press SEO-Blog Optimization

Google Analytics for Word Press – This plugin makes it simple to add Google Analytics with extra search engines and automatic click out and download tracking to your Word Press blog.

HeadSpace2 – Meta-data manager on steroids, allowing complete control over all SEO needs such as keywords/tags, titles, description, style sheets, and many other goodies.

Post Teaser – Post Teaser generates a preview or “teaser” of a post for the main, archive and category pages, with a link underneath to go to the full post page. It includes features to generate a word count, image count, and an estimated reading time.

OR

Limit Posts – Limits the displayed text length on the index page entries and generates a link to a page to read the full content if it’s bigger than the selected maximum length.

Recent Posts – Returns a list of the most recent posts.

Redirection – Manage all your 301 redirects and monitor 404 errors

SEO Title Tag – Search engine optimize your blog’s title tags. Create a customized title tag for any post, static page, category page, UltimateTagWarrior tag page – indeed, any URL! And will auto-insert the tag name into the title on tag pages generated by Ultimate Tag Warrior plugin. Admin allows for mass editing of title tags.

WordPress SEO Pager – An SEO-enhanced pagination control for WordPress.

Advanced Permalinks – Allows multiple permalink structures, migration of permalinks without redirections, permalinks for posts in specific categories, and categories without a base

FeedWordPress – Simple and flexible Atom/RSS syndication for WordPress

SEO Friendly Images – Automatically adds alt and title attributes to all your images. Improves traffic from search results and makes them W3C/xHTML valid as well.

SEO Smart Links -SEO Smart Links provides automatic SEO benefits for your site in addition to custom keyword lists, nofollow and much more.

Other Word press Plug-ins that Have nothing to do with SEO

Word Press Database Backup – On-demand backup of your Word Press database. Navigate to Tools → Backup to get started. (You don’t really need this one if you use GoDaddy or Blue Host backup or if you have the latest Word Press Installation)

Get Recent Comments – Display the most recent comments or trackbacks with your own formatting in the sidebar. Visit Options/Recent Comments after activation of the plugin.

Gravatar – This plugin allows you to generate a gravatar URL complete with rating, size, default, and border options. See the documentation for syntax and usage.

WP Super Cache – Very fast caching plugin for Word Press. WP Super Cache must be configured. Go to the admin page to enable and configure the plugin.

Sociable – Automatically add links on your posts, pages and RSS feed to your favorite social bookmarking sites.

TweetMeme Retweet Button – Adds a button which easily lets you retweet your blog posts.

Cookies for Comments – Sets a cookie that must exist for a comment to be allowed through

Lifestream – Displays your activity from various social networks. (Requires PHP 5 and MySQL 5)

Ping Crawl – Every time you make a post on your blog it grabs similar posts from other blogs that allow pingbacks using the post tags. It then links to them at the bottom of the post as similar posts. It then executes the pingback on all the posts. You can specify how many posts to do per tag and that many will be done for each tag you use in your posts. Typically it has about an 80% success rate with each ping back and they are legit so the ones that fall into moderation tend to get approved. This creates quite a few deep links for each blog post you make and through time really helps with your link building. Especially for new blogs.

Error 404 Dont Panic

You have probably been surfing the internet and come across an “ERROR 404 Page Not Found” error hundreds of times. If visitors find them on your site, you are losing money. They see that page and either click on the back button or close the browser window. That does not have to be the case however, if you design a customised 404 error page for your site.

404errorYou can generally redirect your 404 page via your server. Make the page friendly and informative, and invite the visitors back to the site by offering a range of alternatives. You may wish to include a special offer you have available or redirect them to one of your profitable but interesting pages. What this does is keep the visitor on your website.

It also apologises for the inconvenience. Also gives then other options all of which should have your affiliate links embeded within them.
It only takes a few minutes of your time to create a custom 404 error page and reduces potential commission losses.

Creating an Error 404 Page

If your WordPress Theme does not include a template file named 404.php, you can create your own. Because every theme is different, there is no guarantee that copying over the 404.php template file found in the Twenty fifteen Theme will work, but it’s a good place to start. The error page you copy from the Twenty Thirteen Theme will adopt the style of the current theme because it actually calls the header and footer of the current theme. That’s less work for you, and you may only have to edit the message to suit your particular needs.

To use the 404.php template file from the WordPress Twenty Fifteen Theme: Copy the file /wp-content/themes/twentythirteen/404.php into the directory of your current theme. Then, edit the error message to present your desired error message.

If copying the default 404.php into your theme directory does not work well with your theme, you can also: Copy the index.php file of your current theme to a file called 404.php.
Open that file and delete all sections dealing with posts or comments, see The Loop.
Then, edit your 404 error message.

 

imagesTips for Error Pages

There are various improvements you can make to your 404 Error web pages so let’s look at some of your options.

Writing Friendly Messages
When an error message is displayed, you can say many things to help a visitor feel reassured they’ve only encountered a minor glitch, and you’re doing the best you can to help them find the information they want. You should also attempt to show the user what they want. Check out the AskApache Google 404 Plugin to add google search results to your 404.php

Or, say something shorter and sweeter. Almost anything you say is better than an error 404 Page Not Found. You can find more information about writing 404 Error pages on the Internet, like List Apart’s Perfect 404.

As an implementation of the Perfect 404 page, this solution will tell the user it’s not their fault and email the site admin. Helpful 404 page

When a visitor gets a 404 error page, it can be intimidating, and unhelpful. Using WordPress, you can take the edge off a 404 and make it helpful to users, and yourself, too, by emailing whenever the user clicks a link to a non-existent page.

 

Add Useful Links

If you encounter a “page not found” situation on the WordPress site, it is filled with helpful links to direct you to the various categories and areas of information within the WordPress site. Check it out at http://wordpress.org/brokenlink.php.

To add similar useful links to your 404 page, create a list, or a paragraph, so the visitor can easily determine which section might be useful to visit. Information of that nature is much better than having the user just reach a dead-end. To help you understand how to link to documents within your site, especially to Pages and Categories, see Linking_Posts_Pages_and_Categories.

 

Testing 404 Error Messages

To test your custom 404 page and message, just type a URL address into your browser for your website that doesn’t exist. Make one up or use something like:

http://example.com/fred.php

This is sure to result in an error unless you actually have a php file called fred. If your error page doesn’t look “right”, you can go back and edit it so it works correctly and matches your Theme’s look and feel.

 

Help Your Server Find the 404 Page

By default, if WordPress cannot find a particular page it will look for the error 404.php web page. However, there may be cases where the web server encounters a problem before WordPress is aware of it. In that case, you can still guarantee that your web server sends the visitor to your 404.php template file by configuring your web server for custom 404 error handling.

To tell your web server to use your custom error files, you’ll need to edit the .htaccess file in the main directory (where main index.php file resides) of your WordPress installation. If you don’t have an .htaccess file, see Editing Rewrite Rules (.htaccess) on how to create an .htaccess file.

To ensure the server finds your 404 page, add the following line to your .htaccess file:

ErrorDocument 404 /index.php?error=404
The url /index.php is root-relative, which means that the forward slash begins with the root folder of your site. If WordPress is in a subfolder or subdirectory of your site’s root folder named ‘wordpress’, the line you add to your .htaccess file might be:

ErrorDocument 404 /wordpress/index.php?error=404