Think of me as your Publishing Cheerleader!

My name is Jeniffer Thompson and I am an author, speaker, and Internet Marketing strategist. I’m not a guru—I don’t have some miracle answer to guarantee your online success. What I do offer is a common sense approach to Internet Marketing. I concentrate on the nuts and bolts of how you can establish a professional online presence and will teach you simple steps anyone can follow:

  • develop your brand and fine-tune your message,
  • build a professional website and implement a strategic marketing funnel,
  • write engaging content that draws in your audience,
  • drive traffic and convert that traffic into revenue.

You can start reading my blog now, hear me speak at a conference near you, call me (619-955-8286), or email me questions. I offer free 15-minute consultations, as well as complete website analysis, consulting, and coaching services.

Plus, my team at Monkey C Media specializes in author services. We’ll implement anything you don’t have the time or the energy to tackle yourself: basic to advanced websites, custom Wordress websites, book cover and interior design, logo design, business cards and more—if you need it, we’ll create it.  We will deliver on time—above and beyond your expectations.

How to Drive Traffic to Your Website: Viral Videos

09/24/2014   |   1 Comment

You’ve probably seen this YouTube video from 2011 about a girl who loves cats.  It’s now available in several versions. This one is my favorite — the backup cats are awesome. The video has 30,002,994 views on YouTube.

When I first saw this video, I was like: “Really?” Then, of course, common sense kicked in. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Protect Your WordPress Content

09/17/2014   |   2 Comments

Recently we’ve seen a rash of database crashing. Imagine posting to your blog, adding a photo, editing a sentence—you click update and the whole thing disappears. You go to the homepage and click refresh and there is nothing—no posts, no pages, the content of your entire site is gone in a flash. Now if that’s not enough to instill panic, I don’t know what is.

The truth is, anything can happen with your website. It can get hacked, the server can go kaput, the database can crash, and if you don’t have a recent backup of your content, you could be out of luck. People always ask me after something like this happens: “What can I do to ensure this doesn’t happen again?” Read the rest of this entry »