June 2014 / 13 posts found

"common social media myths"

Common Social Media Myths You Should Ignore

by John
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With so much information available, many business owners and Internet marketers are confused about social media. The challenge is in knowing what to believe and what to ignore. For example, should you follow everyone on Twitter? How often should you post on Facebook for optimal exposure? Is it better to ignore negative feedback on social networks? There are many other questions begging to be answered. Let’s see the most common social media myths you should ignore: My Customers Do Not Use Social…
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SSL On All Domains By 2014 For All WordPress Sites

by John
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Internet giants WordPress have pledged to all users that they will be protected from security threats through SSL protection to increase user security. The SSl security improvement will be available to all users of WordPress by default and by the end o f 2014 all sites using WordPress will be served only by SSL by the end of the year. Paul Sieminski from Automattic, the parent company of WordPress wrote in a blog post: “In the face of intrusive surveillance, we believe that everyone in the…
"how to build links"

How to Build Links for Niche Sites

by John
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Link building still is one of the most important SEO factors. Inbound links are the strongest signal you can send to Google about the importance and quality of your blog. For search engine spiders, links are the streets between pages. If you want to get higher rankings and gain exposure online, you need quality backlinks. After the latest Google algorithm changes, most bloggers and webmasters are confused about link building. What works and what doesn’t work? Here is how you can build links for…
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Content Mistakes that Drive Readers Away

by John
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Running a blog is not easy. Not only you need to post content a few times a week, but also come up with unique ideas and surprise your readers. You only have 30 seconds to get people’s attention and make them read the whole post. Thus, it’s important to start with an attention-grabbing headline and a good opening paragraph. Your content should be fresh, interesting, and concise. If you start on the wrong foot, you’ll have a hard time connecting with your readers. Here are five content…