How to Increase Your Page Rank by Getting Links to Your Website

Posted by Carl Glasmyre - December 4, 2012 - SEO

Ever since Google became the major player among search engines, web masters have been trying to figure out the algorithms Google uses to rank websites. Although the actual numbers are a closely guarded secret, we do know that one important factor in ranking pages has to do with how many high-quality sites have links to […]

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Top Reasons Why Your Website Doesn’t Convert

Posted by Steve Floyd - December 3, 2012 - Design/Development

Have you been working for a long time to build the perfect website but you still can’t figure out why your website doesn’t convert? It’s a hard pill to swallow. After all, your website is a thing of beauty in your eyes. However, you’ve gone half a year without a sale. Hmm. What happened? Actually, […]

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Key Elements When Starting an Ecomerce Blog

Posted by Mark Thompson - November 29, 2012 - Ecommerce

Before you start an Ecomerce blog, it is important that you decide what elements you want to use. A very basic blog may just use one element; while a more advanced one will incorporate all of the different ideas that are discussed below. You will need to figure out what your audience wants, and then […]

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How to Find Your Blogging Sweet Spot

Posted by Richard Joseph - November 29, 2012 - Blogging

If you’ve been blogging for any appreciable length of time, you’ve probably experienced the joy of ripping the wrapper off your brand new blog and imagining the places you’ll go. You’ve probably also experienced the feeling of sitting before the blog and wondering, “Now what?” Of all the issues facing the enterprising blogger, perhaps the […]

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The Dangers of Black Hat SEO After Google Penguin

Posted by Dirk Reagle - November 28, 2012 - SEO

Since the Penguin was dumped by Google on the world of search engine optimization in April of 2012, numerous changes have become part of the SEO game and both Optimization service providers and DIY webmasters have had to adapt accordingly -or risk massive deranking in some cases. Although Google Penguin has been heavily commented on, […]

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How Safe is Your Blog from Fatigue?

Posted by Peteni Kuzwayo - November 27, 2012 - Blogging

Working from home has become so glamorized that most keen entrepreneurs entering into it don’t really quite understand the realities of running a blog. I remember the dangling carrots that initially caught my attention. They went something like this: “… become your own boss and enjoy working 4 hours per week” “… take holidays anytime […]

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Top 10 PayPal Alternatives

Posted by Olukunle Moses - November 26, 2012 - Ecommerce

PayPal is an online payment processing website, it acts like banks where you can save money, receive payments, payout, make transfer and shop online etc. PayPal is very good and effective in its function; in fact, it is rated as the leader of the world online payment processing partner, but the operators operates in a […]

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Writing Under a Pen Name – Risks and Profits

Posted by Steve Aedy - November 16, 2012 - Blogging

Esther Pauline Friedman Lederer did it. Samuel Langhorne Clemens did it. Theodor Geisel did it. Why shouldn’t you? These mere mortals were able to brand themselves as Ann Landers, Mark Twain, and Dr. Seuss. They chose to keep their identities anonymous and apparently reap significant rewards. However, was living life under a pen name always […]

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