Archive: July, 2011

Is Social Media Over-Saturated?

Posted by Jesse Langley - July 29, 2011 - Social Media

Social media is an important part of our lives. Most of us rely on it to receive and relay all sorts of information. But lately it feels like there’s a bit of a social media bubble. Social Media: Tactic Not Strategy Social media is rapidly starting to reach over-saturation. Social media is most effective when […]

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Will Niche Blogging Work for You?

Posted by Warner Carter - July 28, 2011 - Blogging

Blog experts say that niche blogging is the excellent way to engage a specific audience. The concept of niching is nothing new to marketing: when applied to blogging, it simply means that blog writers can focus on subjects that are targeted toward a specific audience. This focus in some ways can make the job easier […]

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Social Media’s Impact on Internet Communication

Posted by Jason Nash - July 27, 2011 - Social Media

It’s difficult to remember the days before communication became instantaneous. Thanks to the internet we no longer have to wait for the daily newspaper or snail-mail. Now, news and information is relayed the moment it happens and the ordinary person is an integral part of that process. Social media especially makes instant information sharing possible. […]

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Panda and the New Google

Posted by Jon T. Norwood - July 26, 2011 - SEM, Social Media

Google is a great example of how powerful the Internet really is.  With more users than all the other search engines combined, and by a crazy wide margin, Google is a powerhouse the likes of which the business community hasn’t seen for a long while. No More Playtime As big and as successful as Google […]

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Paid Guest Blogging Opportunities

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 25, 2011 - Blogging

Everyone knows by now the value of guest blogging when it comes to building links back to your blog and building up your authority in your niche. But did you know you could get paid to guest blog as well? Becoming a Freelance Writer If you are writing on your own blog, contributing to others, […]

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Emailing Templates, Pen Names, and Link Building

Posted by Phillip Russell - July 22, 2011 - Blogging

Guest posting has flooded the blogosphere faster than anyone thought it would in the last two years. The sudden rise of the use of the tactic of guest posting raises a lot of questions and concerns. How Should You Treat Guest Posts? The Panda wave sent a lot of websites to the bottom of the […]

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Using HubPages to Make Money Online and Build Backlinks to Your Blog

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 21, 2011 - Blogging, Make Money Online, SEO

Is it possible to make money on another site while promoting your blog? Of course it is! One easy way is through article marketing on HubPages. Why HubPages out of all of the other article directories and income sharing content generation sites? HubPages gives you dofollow backlinks to your blog on a PR 6 root […]

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Yahoo! Site Explorer Closing: What Other Link Intelligence Tools Are There?

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 20, 2011 - SEO

It doesn’t come as new news that Yahoo! Site Explorer is shutting down, as they are merging their organic search platform with the the Microsoft search platform.  With the merge, means no more Yahoo! Site Explorer.  With the shutdown of YSE, that means webmasters and SEOs will not have what has been the go-to place […]

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