Are You Producing Great Content?

In your practice as a SEO, you`ve probably came across situation in which your good quality content just does not realize in the way you image it would. Here comes the moment we all begin to ask – “What happened? I have great content and still nothing?”

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Webhosting reviews and hosting coupons

From many months I was trying out some shared hosts in order to keep different IPs for some of my websites. I know shared servers are cheaper as I already mentioned in my earlier posts about choosing a shared server to lower your costs, but I wasn’t paying much attention to the pricing as it was already low. Well just for the sake of getting fun out of it, I tried using some coupon codes and to my surprise coupon codes saved me some dollars here and there. Totaling it altogether got me 12 dollars in savings every month. 12 Dollars might not sound that much but the number of sites as servers I currently have will surely save me 50 to 70 dollars next month as I am looking for good coupon codes to be used.

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Which Online Business is Right for You?

The quest for entrepreneurship leaves many possibilities. One of the most popular possibilities is venturing into online business. While brick and mortar stores usually offer more customer interaction hands-on experiences, opening your business’s virtual doors certainly can be as rewarding. But which online business should you start? You should first know that online businesses tend to follow the same template: they are easy to start and maintain, require less overhead expenses, tend to operate 24/7 and can be accessed from any location with Internet service. Determining the right fit for a virtual business takes a lot of personal and business introspection, but once a good match is made, your virtual dreams can turn into substantial cash in hand.

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How to Launch a Ecommerce Site

The concept behind ecommerce is quite simple, set up a site that will allow people to view and buy products online. Though the idea is simple, making an ecommerce site work as a business isn’t. There are so many factors that are outside your control. Your competitors, suppliers and of course Google can all play a deciding factor in how successful your web-shop is. As there are so many factors that you cannot control it’s even more important that you make the most of what you can control.

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Getting The SEO Fundamentals Right

Many SEO projects are doomed to fail from the very outset. If you don’t deal with the basics correctly, you’ll struggle to make the impact that you desire.

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How To Promote Your Website Through Social Media

A lot of business owners these days wonder what all the fuss is about and if and why they should bother to convert their business site into a social hub. At the risk of sounding rude, if you’re from an older generation you might have a harder time understanding what on earth the point is, after all, if they want your service they’ll come to you right?

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3D web graphics – The Basics

What do we mean by 3D web graphics? From basic buttons to animated images, you can produce the web graphics you need to make your web site stand out.

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SEO Optimized titles to target multiple keywords

Recently I did had a website that wasn’t performing well enough in the rankings. My staff was writing content and doing the marketing for it. I was feeling bit awkward with the title structure as it was good but it could be better. Moreover this was a complete renovation of an old site that used to be there for 5 years.

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How to Grow Your RSS Subscribers

Few things excite blog owners more than witnessing their RSS subscriber count climb. If you’re interested in making money with your blog, you’re first going to need to have a substantial amount of traffic and RSS subscribers. From displaying a huge RSS icon on your blog to publicly displaying your subscriber count, there are many ways an individual can go about growing their RSS subscribers.

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Choosing shared servers to lower your costs

I had been having some issues recently with some of the new sites that I was working on. Problem is when the site is really new, it doesn’t makes sense getting a 400 dollar dedicated server for it. Therefore I do keep it shared with others. This way the costs comes down and it gets time to evolve and grow. After the growth period is over it can be shifted onto its own server. Till then the shared servers are the best choice for those type of projects.

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