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If I Were Starting My Business from Scratch, This Would Be My Game Plan

If I Were Starting My Business from Scratch, This Would Be My Game Plan

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

So you want to start a business.   You have a ton of motivation and excitement at first, but all of a sudden reality sets in.    There are so many tasks involved, the majority of which you’ve never tackled before. You’re way out of your comfort zone, overwhelmed by all the things that need to get done.    Where do you even begin?   When you’re first starting out, it can be difficult to see the forest through the trees.   When I first started Elle & Company, I found myself piecing together all that I thought needed to get done (forgetting a bunch of steps along the way).    I longed for a step-by-step list of what to conquer and when.   Now, three and a half years into running my online business, I’ve had time to reflect on what worked and what I could’ve done differently to save time (and stress).   So I’m paying it forward. I’ve created a step-by-step list of what to focus on when you’re trying to get your business off the ground.   If I were to go back and start Elle & Company from scratch, here’s what my game plan would look like.

How to Schedule Your Workday, Stay on Task, and Set Boundaries

How to Schedule Your Workday, Stay on Task, and Set Boundaries

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Call me crazy, but I’ve always looked forward to the “back to school” season at the end of August.  While it usually means that summer’s coming to a close, it also means there’s a fresh new season on the horizon. A “second New Year,” of sorts. Because I don’t know about you, but summer is usually a lot crazier than I expect it to be.  A couple vacations, a couple bouts of car trouble, and a big move has kicked me out of my normal work week routine, and I’m longing for routine and consistency. Surely I’m not the only one! In an effort to get back on track,  I rounded up my favorite tips and strategies for scheduling your workday, staying on task, and setting better boundaries to maintain a realistic work/life balance. If you’re hoping for a fresh start to your business this fall, this post is for you.

Work Smart: How I Get More Done in Less Time

by Leah Kalamakis @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

  This method is how I get All The Things done without: Losing my mind Annoying my very patient husband (but it happens sometimes anyway) Missing a beat with my web design business and my very special FTFP community Now, I’m not saying there are not still days where I want to invent a time […]

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3 Old-School, Data-Driven Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

by Christian Brink @ AddThis Academy

With so many decisions to make regarding data, it’s easy to keep making old-school mistakes. Check out these three data-driven marketing mistakes and how to avoid them.

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Why I Created a Conference in a World of Too Many Conferences

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

The world doesn’t need another conference. There are enough summits and meet ups and festivals to last a few lifetimes. And we certainly don’t need another writers’ conference. But what there may be room for, what we just might need, is not another busy extravaganza with every minute of the schedule packed to the max, but rather, a place to breathe and be. An experience that leaves you changed.

Website Translation: How to Do Multilingual SEO in 8 Steps

Website Translation: How to Do Multilingual SEO in 8 Steps


SEMrush Blog

Complete website translation guide: How to choose a multilingual CMS and structure your site, do keyword research, SEO translations and build multilingual links.

Why John Lee Dumas Launched the Freedom Journal on Kickstarter – CWP155

Why John Lee Dumas Launched the Freedom Journal on Kickstarter – CWP155

by Ryan Hanley @ Ryan Hanley – Content Marketing Strategy

Having crowdfunded my own book, Content Warfare, I was interested knowing why John Lee Dumas decided to launch his book, The Freedom Journal on Kickstarter.

Read the original article here: Why John Lee Dumas Launched the Freedom Journal on Kickstarter – CWP155

The Idiot-proof Basics of Writing SEO Pages

The Idiot-proof Basics of Writing SEO Pages


Goins, Writer

I’ve been perpetually frustrated with people telling me the “basics of SEO” in robot language, so I started learning it for myself by asking friends dumb questions, finding useful…

Semantic SEO Strategy: How to Do SEO in 2017 - Search Engine Journal

Semantic SEO Strategy: How to Do SEO in 2017 - Search Engine Journal


Search Engine Journal

Do you think you know how to do SEO effectively in 2017? Even if the answer is a solid YES, be sure to align your skills and knowledge with the Semantic SEO Strategy Guide brought to you by the editorial team of WebCEO.

SEO basics: How to optimize a blog post? • Yoast

SEO basics: How to optimize a blog post? • Yoast


Yoast

How to optimize a blog post? In this SEO basics post, we clearly describe the first steps you should take to make a blog post rank.

Advice to Writers Who Feel Like a Fraud (from a Writer Who Feels Like a Fraud)

by Mel Wicks @ Smart Blogger

Let me guess … Every success in your writing career has been a fluke. When people praise your work, they don’t know what they’re talking about. You’ll never measure up. You’re not a real writer. And any day now, everyone will see you for the fraud that you are. That’s how you feel, anyway. You(...)

WhatsApp Announces New Business App

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

WhatsApp is changing the way it does business. This article takes a dive into the who’s, what’, and why’s of the latest news from WhatsApp. Brands will be seeing big changes in the way they use WhatsApp. Though used less widely in the US, the app is currently the most popular messaging app in the...

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Multiregional Tracking in Unamo SEO

by Adam Coombs @ Unamo Blog

With Multiregional Keyword Tracking you’ll be able to track keywords in multiple regions in your Unamo SEO campaign. ​ Multiregional tracking only applies to Google; however, with a variety of local search engines in various countries, you can check the success of your keywords in one region against their success in another. By doing this, […]

6 Practical Ways to Gain More Confidence In Your Work

6 Practical Ways to Gain More Confidence In Your Work

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

“I have written 11 books but each time I think 'Uh-oh, they're going to find out now’… I've run a game on everybody, and they're going to find me out." You might be surprised to learn, like I was, that Maya Angelou - a woman who was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, won five Grammys, and received a ton of other awards during her lifetime - struggled with “imposter syndrome.”  Her fear of not being good enough caused her to question her abilities and fear that others would learn that she wasn’t as great or as capable as they originally thought.  I wonder if you feel the same way with your business. You feel the pressure to keep up appearances. You doubt your abilities. You compare yourself to others who seem to do things better.  And you fear that even though things seem to be going well at the moment, people will eventually find out that you aren’t quite so great as you appear to be on Instagram.  The struggle with imposter syndrome can be crippling. I know from personal experience. But over the past few years, I’ve discovered 6 truths that have helped me gain more confidence in my work. I hope you find them helpful, too.

7 Biggest PPC Nightmares Sinking Your ROI

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

PPC advertising should be straightforward. You buy an ad. Your ad appears on Google. That ad gets clicked. You spend a little dough per click, and voila – you’re a marketing genius. Traffic is booming and you’re appearing in all the right places. Except that’s not always how it works. And for some strange reason, […]

SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes appeared first on Search Engine Land.

PIN’s: The Future of Private Link Building

by Glen @ ViperChill

What I’m going to reveal in this blog post is a strategy that will likely weed out a certain section of the ViperChill audience. In other words, I’m fully aware that this blog post will make a particular type of person unsubscribe from ViperChill and likely never return. It’s certainly not going to end up […]

21 Essential SEO Tips & Techniques

21 Essential SEO Tips & Techniques


Search Engine Land

Businesses are growing more aware of the need to understand and implement at least the basics of search engine optimization (SEO). But if you read a variet

Can I Do SEO Myself? | imFORZA Blog

Can I Do SEO Myself? | imFORZA Blog


imFORZA

Curious about whether or not you can do SEO for yourself? Get our take in this straightforward article.

SEO Title Tags: Best Practices and Examples

by Adam Coombs @ Unamo Blog

Title tags in SEO are like the title of your book for the demographics of your two most important types of readers; people and robots. The people need to know what they can expect to find on your page when they click the link. The robots (crawlers) prioritize your page and its content through a […]

Increasing your site’s visibility to search engines

Increasing your site’s visibility to search engines


Help

This guide shows you how to use Squarespace's SEO-targeting features and other tools to increase your site's visibility to search engines.Note: Before you begin, please note that SEO strategy fal...

Not Segmenting Your Audience? Big Mistake if You’re Chasing Conversions

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

You’ve done your best to find your target audience, but if you’re treating each of your leads the same way, you’re basically throwing conversions out the window. Even though your audience shares an interest in your brand, they’re not all at the same stage of getting to know you. So speaking to them as if […]

51 Profitable SEO Niches to Dominate with Low Competition

by Glen @ ViperChill

Today I’m going to reveal some of the most interesting online niches where there is a lot of money to be made. These are niches which have a level of competition that allows you to compete, and fast. In other words, I wouldn’t expect to be waiting years (or even months, in many cases) to […]

13 Ways to Immediately Improve SEO Ranking of Your Website

13 Ways to Immediately Improve SEO Ranking of Your Website


Jeffbullas's Blog

Discover the easiest ways to improve SEO ranking of your website almost overnight. Increase your rankings in Google and other search engines.

SearchCap: Google AdWords ad suggestions, ad performance & Doodles

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google AdWords ad suggestions, ad performance & Doodles appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Google SEO Tutorial for Beginners | How To SEO A Website Step By Step (2017)

Google SEO Tutorial for Beginners | How To SEO A Website Step By Step (2017)


Hobo

Updated: SEO for Beginners 2016. A guide to search engine optimisation for Google in the UK and aimed at beginners.

How to Find a Niche in 2017 (What Works and What Doesn’t)

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

There is a business and coinciding website for everything nowadays. In a sea of health products and clothing lines, it can be tough to understand how to find a good niche that stands out. It’s virtually impossible to create a “new” niche in 2017. But, once you know how to combine your interests and authority […]

The post How to Find a Niche in 2017 (What Works and What Doesn’t) appeared first on LongtailPro.

How is Bing SEO Different than Google SEO? (Updated 2017)

How is Bing SEO Different than Google SEO? (Updated 2017)


Ignite Visibility

Google often dominates the SEO conversation, but it turns out, to have a solid SEO strategy you need to take Bing into account as well.

Homepages Rarely Convert Because These 6 Elements Are Often Ignored

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

No, this headline isn’t clickbait. This article does contain critical homepage elements that are often overlooked. And you might be ignoring them. In fact, the examples I share here are a sure sign that many marketers still ignore critical homepage elements. And conversions are lost for these simple reasons. I’m not going to rehash what […]

How to Comfort Someone Who Is Crying

How to Comfort Someone Who Is Crying

by @ How to of the Day

You may want to help someone who’s crying but not know where to start. The most important part is to show that you care. Extend any help that you can and support their needs. Ask a few questions to make sure they feel safe or assess if they need anything. Overall, be generous with your time and allow them to talk about what’s on their mind.

Customizing the Payment Button Styles of the Stripe Payments Plugin

by admin @ Tips and Tricks HQ

In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can customize the payment button styles of the Stripe Payments plugin. You can customize your button styling using “class” parameter of the shortcode. If it’s omitted, your button will retain the default style provided by Stripe: [accept_stripe_payment name="Test Digital Item" price="25" url="http://example.com/downloads/my-script.zip" button_text="Buy Now"] […]

5 On-Page SEO Techniques That’ll Boost Your Rankings (Checklist Included)

5 On-Page SEO Techniques That’ll Boost Your Rankings (Checklist Included)


reliablesoft.net

On page SEO is one of the most important processes you can use, not only for achieving better rankings but also for running successful Internet marketing campaigns. Every SEO campaign has your website in focus and if it's not properly optimized for both search engines and users, your chances of success are minimized. Before getting into the details on which SEO techniques to use to improve your on-site SEO, let's start with some basic terminology. What is Search Engine Optimization? Search Engine Optimization or SEO in short, is a term that encapsulates everything you need to do to improve your website’s ranking position in the various

Long Tail Keywords, Simple Steps To Drive Notable Revenue

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

If you’re looking for a new way to generate web traffic but you haven’t yet tried to optimize your content for long-tail keywords, then now’s the time. In fact, you can do your brand (and your bottom line) a lot of good by writing articles centered around detailed search terms that your competitors don’t know...

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What Even is a Blog?

by Ramsay @ Blog Tyrant: Start a Successful Blog

Blogging is just so 2005. Why bother…? Every now and then someone stumbles upon Blog Tyrant and leaves some feedback a little bit like that. What is perhaps interesting is that I don’t entirely disagree with them. And that got me really thinking about what blogging is and whether or not it has passed it’s...

AMP and Ranking 0 are Becoming More Important

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

This week: You can now edit local business info in search results, Instagram is testing canvas ads, and wait until you hear about how many of the top results don’t get clicks.   Here’s what happened this week in digital marketing. DemandJump Cloud Tool Shows Where Your Traffic Came From A new DemandJump tool, just...

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August 2017 Top 10: Our Most Popular Posts

by Practical Ecommerce @ Practical Ecommerce

What follows are our 10 most popular articles for August 2017, recognizing that articles we published earlier in the month are more likely to make the list than later ones. 21 ...

Email Marketing 101: A Cheat Sheet for Email Marketing That Works

by Karolina Jasvinaitė @ Oberlo

The key to any successful ecommerce business is a standout marketing strategy. Nowadays, there are so many different channels out there that it can be difficult to sift through which ones might be best suited for your shop. That’s why today, we are going to be covering email marketing in […]

The post Email Marketing 101: A Cheat Sheet for Email Marketing That Works appeared first on Oberlo.

From eBay sellers to Multi-million dollar Startup: An Interview With Victor Levitin

by Victor Levitin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

From eBay sellers to Multi-million dollar Startup: An Interview With Victor Levitin * Pardon the accents, this is what happens when a Scot interviews an Israeli… Transcript: Alex Ogilvie:                       Today we are talking about eBay. And to share his experience with us as one of the world’s leading experts on eBay template design and eBay template effectiveness with over 60,000 customers, yeah, so that’s 60,000 customers and 15 million optimized listings under his belt, I’m...

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An Inside Look at My Client Onboarding Process

An Inside Look at My Client Onboarding Process

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” - Benjamin Franklin When you think about the client process, images of drafts, revisions, and the finished product may come to mind. And while those are crucial components, there are a lot of steps that need to happen before the client process begins in order for things to run smoothly. I’ve found that the onboarding process sets the stage for the rest of the client project. How you handle inquiries, meetings, contracts, and invoices can make or break the entire process; it sets a precedent. So today I’m inviting you inside of my client onboarding process that’s been tweaked over these last three years.  My hope is that while you may not follow it to a T, you might walk away with a step or two that helps make your client process run smoother.

15 Clever Ways to Use Instagram Stories to Promote Your Business

15 Clever Ways to Use Instagram Stories to Promote Your Business

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

I don't know about you, but when Instagram stories launched several months ago, I was both excited and overwhelmed. I was excited at the idea of a new way to connect with my followers.  But overwhelmed by the though of having to create more content on top of regular Instagram posts, Facebook, Twitter, blog posts, and all the other content that I create week after week for Elle & Company. So I kind of sat on it and put it off until I could put my own unique spin on it, until I could figure out how I could really use Instagram stories to benefit my business, and how I could use Instagram stories realistically. I didn't want to start off with a bang, with all these bright ideas and then not have the time to actually follow through with them all.      I sat on it for a while and then started coming up with a list of clever content ideas. So today I'm going to share 15 clever content ideas to use Instgaram stories to promote your business.

4 Lies Your Parents Told You About Money and Life

by Daniel DiPiazza @ Under30CEO

I love my parents. I really do. But when it comes to their thoughts on money and my life trajectory… They warped me. Badly. Sorry for being blunt, but they did. I don’t hold any resentment. They weren’t trying to psychologically cripple their little four-year old when they made me pick...

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How to do SEO if Your Niche is Saturated |

How to do SEO if Your Niche is Saturated |


The Freelance To Freedom Project

How to choose and use SEO keywords when you are in a saturated freelance niche.

On-Page SEO Techniques To Rank On The First Page - 2017 Edition

On-Page SEO Techniques To Rank On The First Page - 2017 Edition


ShoutMeLoud

Learn these 10 on-page SEO secrets which will make your copywriting more search engine friendly. Learn how to do proper keyword optimization for 2017.

Why Starting a Handyman Business Isn’t Risky

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

If you want to start a handyman business, whether full time or part time, you probably have some fears holding you back. The idea might seem risky. And that actually makes sense on an emotional level. Your brain is designed to fear the unknown. But I’d like to share why there is actually very little, […]

How To Create Informative Blog Posts Even If You’re Not Good At Writing

by Harsh Agrawal @ ShoutMeLoud

Can you relate to this scenario… You’re sitting in front of your computer, staring at an empty screen. The deadline given to you to submit the article is fast approaching, and you’re still fighting to start putting words down when you’re supposed to already be at the editing stage. As you sit there, struggling to […]

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The Conversion Rate Conundrum: Common Mistakes and What to Do Instead

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

In real estate, the axiom is location, location, location. It’s first and foremost. The number one consideration. For your digital efforts – email, web pages, eCommerce platforms – an argument could be made for a few different ones: search engine optimization (SEO), the user experience (UX), conversion rate optimization (CRO), or perhaps something else entirely. […]

Why Do Companies Underfund SEO?

by Jill Kocher @ Practical Ecommerce

Search engine optimization is often underfunded and misunderstood. When resourced appropriately, however, it can produce a cycle of positive performance that keeps building. The most common reason that organizations tend to ...

How to Write a Newspaper Column

How to Write a Newspaper Column

by @ How to of the Day

Writing a newspaper column provides space for a columnist to share their opinions or analyze a chosen topic using their own voice. While a newspaper column does afford a lot of room for freedom, there are certain conventions that should be followed to write an effective column. By learning how to present your subject in an interesting way and how to present your writing in a straightforward manner, you can write a successful newspaper column that engages your audience.

Six free SEO tools to boost your search engine rankings | VerticalResponse

Six free SEO tools to boost your search engine rankings | VerticalResponse


Vertical Response Blog

Being found by the search engines is as important as being found by the right customer. Discover a list of free SEO tools to improve your search visibility.

How to Pivot to Find Your Passion (and Get Paid): Interview with Mignon Fogarty

How to Pivot to Find Your Passion (and Get Paid): Interview with Mignon Fogarty

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

The path to our life's work is rarely linear. I studied Spanish and Religion in college, and now I write books and create digital content that has little to do with either topic. Perhaps it's not what we learn, but the journey of learning that leads us to our passions.

The State of Link Building 2016: What I Learned Manually Analysing 1,000 Search Results

by Glen @ ViperChill

Do private blog network’s still work? Does a higher word-count help your pages rank better? Did Glen really spend 60 hours on this article? I hope to answer all of these questions and many more in my new behind the scenes report on the current state of link building. I can clarify I did spend […]

Why is my WordPress Website so Slow?

by Kori Ashton @ San Antonio Web Design – WordPress Responsive Websites

If you’re running a WordPress website that seems to load too slowly there are certainly things that you can do to speed it up! Here are some simple suggestions to improve the load time of your website.

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How to Use SEO To Influence B2B Buyers On Social Media

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

Social media is a great tool for connecting with other businesses while driving sales to your own business. In fact a study by the IDC revealed that 75 percent of the B2B buyers and 84 percent of C-level/vice president executives use social media to support purchase decisions. The same study also showed that B2B buyers […]

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How a Simple Productivity Tool Helped Create the World’s Best Marketing Blog

by Glen @ ViperChill

Today’s blog post will reveal my biggest goal for 2016, nine niche ideas with huge potential and the most effective productivity technique I’ve used over the last few years. Let’s begin by talking about the productivity technique which is often referred to as the Pomodoro Method. If you’ve followed any kind of productivity guide online […]

Is Your SEO Actually Working? 3 Ways to Find Out

Is Your SEO Actually Working? 3 Ways to Find Out


Marketo Marketing Blog - Best Practices and Thought Leadership

Maximizing your SEO opportunities, and providing reports that executives actually care about, means focusing on the right metrics.

15 Pinterest-Worthy Picnic Ideas for Labor Day

by Nathaly Schneider @ Official Wix Blog | Web Design & Small Business Tips to Promote Your Site

Make this long weekend a labor of love

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SEO Tips for Home Business Owners

SEO Tips for Home Business Owners


The Balance

Search engine optimization SEO overview and tutorial to help get your site ranked on Google and other search engines.

3 tips to wake up nonresponders and boost email open rates

by Contributing Author @ Vertical Response Blog

Don't give up on email nonresponders. We walk you through three tips to wake them up and give your email open rates a boost

The post 3 tips to wake up nonresponders and boost email open rates appeared first on Vertical Response Blog.

How to learn about your customers, for cheap

by Peter Keller @ Practical Ecommerce

One of the most important ways to help your business is to know the demographics and interests of your customers. If you don’t understand your customers, it’s difficult to write ...

6,595 Words on a Traffic Generation Tactic You’re Not Using (But Should Be)

by Glen @ ViperChill

I would argue that when it comes to making money online, the most important skill you need is not in being able to find untapped niches, knowing how to do A/B testing, creating attractive websites or even having a great ability to write. Instead, the most sought after skill in my eyes is being able […]

How Push Notifications Can Increase User Engagement (With Examples)

by Sherice Jacob @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

It’s hard to imagine going anywhere without your mobile device these days. From kids tethered to their phones, to grandmas Facetiming with their grandkids, our smartphones have become as much a part of our lives as our opposing thumbs. But just how do companies get those opposing thumbs tapping when you’re not in store, checking […]

What Will You Sell if You Give Away Your Best Blog Content for Free?

by Ramsay @ Blog Tyrant: Start a Successful Blog

If you give away your best blogging content then what’s left to sell? It’s a very interesting question that a lot of bloggers worry about when it comes to deciding how they are going to make money from their blog in the short and long term. Many of us get concerned that if they post...

How Voice Search is Changing the SEO Game

by Ruth Eschenheimer @ Official Wix Blog | Web Design & Small Business Tips to Promote Your Site

"Ok Wix, what's voice search?"

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How to Make Money Online in 2016: An Unexpected Approach

by Glen @ ViperChill

Updated: August 10th 2016 As we enter the first week of a brand new year, your motivations are probably higher than ever to make 2016 the year to finally achieve all you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re starting a brand new foray into making money online or you’re hoping to take your current income to […]

How to Lower DHEA

How to Lower DHEA

by @ How to of the Day

Keeping your hormone levels in check can boost your quality of life in every way. Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is one of the most important hormones in your body as it regulates the production of androgens and estrogens. To lower your DHEA levels, start by eating a healthy diet, exercising, and getting the right amount of sleep. Talk with your doctor and ask them to monitor your levels over time. Be careful about any medications that you take and over time you should start to see and feel the positive results.

How to Deodorize a Car

How to Deodorize a Car

by @ How to of the Day

Cars develop smell over time from food, pets, messes, and other sources. Luckily, a car is usually easy to deodorize in a few simple steps. Clean your car thoroughly and apply substances to remove odor. If you notice a potentially dangerous smell, like the smell of gas, seek professional assistance immediately. Most smells, however, can be dealt with without mechanics or professional cleaners.

Tips to Make Getting Great Testimonials Easy

by Leah Kalamakis @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

Testimonials are super important because they’re social proof on your website. If someone is looking at you, they’re probably looking at a lot of other freelancers, deciding who they want to go with for your particular service. Having lots of testimonials with headshots, explaining how awesome you are, makes those potential clients want to hire you! So […]

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How to Optimize Your Website for Search Engine Use

How to Optimize Your Website for Search Engine Use


wikiHow

Content still reigns as the king in the world of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Some websites get on top of search engine rankings because of high-powered link building campaigns, but when you talk about visitor loyalty and traffic...

SEO for Beginners: How to Optimize Your Content for Search

SEO for Beginners: How to Optimize Your Content for Search


AddThis Academy

Get our SEO tips for beginners and learn how to increase traffic to your website by optimizing your content for search.

How to Weatherproof a Door

How to Weatherproof a Door

by @ How to of the Day

Doors are frequently a source of drafts in your home, which can end up costing you big bucks in heating and cooling bills. Even if you’re not particularly handy, there are some quick and easy fixes you can do, like installing an adhesive weatherproofing strip or a draft fighting door sweeper. For a more permanent fix, you can install tension strips or an integral door sweep to improve insulation.

How To Install a Flagstone Patio

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

Installing a flagstone patio or path can give your landscape design a huge boost, and really impress your guests (or customers if you happen to be a pro). I love the natural feel they give to a landscape design. Instead of just using boring old paver blocks, or even cement, flagstone will make your backyard more […]

Getting Started with Automated Email Marketing

by Sherice Jacob @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

Email marketing is one of those pivotal, game-changing facets of online marketing that nearly every serious marketer needs to not only know how to do — but do successfully. As you’ve learned to grow your business, you no doubt have come across email marketing jargon such as segments and drip feeds. But what does it […]

How 16 Companies are Dominating the World’s Google Search Results

by Glen @ ViperChill

In the Academy Award-nominated film Food Inc, filmmaker Robert Kenner reveals how the varied choice of items we see on the shelves of supermarkets is actually a false presumption. Instead, that seemingly endless variety is actually controlled by just a handful of companies. Today I’m going to reveal how the huge diversity we perceive in […]

How to Do SEO for Small Business

How to Do SEO for Small Business


Ryan Hanley - Content Marketing Strategy

How to Do SEO for Small Business... The following resources will help you understand why SEO is important to your small business and send you down the path to harnessing the power of SEO to generate revenue...

How to be a Great CEO – from the CEO of Coach.me

by Daniel DiPiazza @ Under30CEO

There comes a point when your responsibilities outweigh your capacities.  As a CEO, this can be a hard day of reckoning. There’s a lot of ego involved when wearing the badge, “Chief.”   I recently sat down with Tony Stubblebine, the CEO of Coach.me to unpack what makes a great...

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How to Stain Teak Furniture

How to Stain Teak Furniture

by @ How to of the Day

Teak is a large deciduous tree that grows in tropical forests. It’s often used for outdoor furniture, since it’s more resistant to the elements than other types of wood. When untreated, it tends to fade to a greyish color, so it is often stained. Before being able to stain teak furniture, you’ll need to sand and smooth the wood first.

Drill Down Into Key Segments to Understand and Improve Your Funnel

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

The funnel has become a key part of the modern-day marketers toolkit. It’s the first report they peak at on Monday morning, and the last report they check before leaving for the weekend on a Friday. All serious analytics tools have some version of a funnel report, with differing degrees of flexibility and features. Some […]

What Does an SEO Company Actually Do?

What Does an SEO Company Actually Do?


Blue Corona

What does an SEO company actually do? And do you need one for your business? Click here to learn more.

SEO: The Beginner's Guide to Search Engine Optimization from Moz

SEO: The Beginner's Guide to Search Engine Optimization from Moz


Moz

New to SEO? Need to polish up your knowledge? The Beginner's Guide to SEO has been read over 3 million times and provides the information you need to get on the road to professional quality SEO.

Amazon SEO: How to Rank Products on Page 1 of Amazon Search

Amazon SEO: How to Rank Products on Page 1 of Amazon Search


The BigCommerce Blog

44% of product searches begin on Amazon. Here's how to optimize your Amazon SEO to land on page 1 and increase your sales in 2017.

Tips and Tricks to get you started with Social Media Marketing

by Sahil Kakkar @ SEO Nick

Just when you’ve decided to build your social media presence, you face the dilemma “where do I begin”. You have so many platforms, so many users to connect with, a plethora of content you can explore from various angles!

You should know that there is no one-size-fits-all strategy for social media marketing. It all depends on the nature of your business, the products and services you offer, the audience you Keep Reading »

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The Beginner's Guide to SEO for Dropshipping Businesses - Oberlo.

The Beginner's Guide to SEO for Dropshipping Businesses - Oberlo.


Oberlo

In this article you'll learn about dropshipping SEO. You'll learn how to SEO your ecommerce store by understanding the basic SEO beginner guidelines.

8 of My Favorite Squarespace Templates for Creative Businesses

8 of My Favorite Squarespace Templates for Creative Businesses

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Beautiful templates are one of the many benefits of using Squarespace for your website. I like to joke around with clients and peers that it’s hard to create an ugly site with Squarespace for that very reason.  But with so many great templates to choose from, it can be overwhelming to determine which one will work best for your website. Or you may even find it difficult to choose just one. Over the past 3 ½ years, I’ve spent countless hours researching and testing out different Squarespace templates for my design clients, and I’ve discovered some favorites along the way. I’ve rounded up 8 of my go-to Squarespace templates to help you in your search and hopefully make this stage of the website-building process a little less stressful.

The Story Behind Why I Started Elle & Company

The Story Behind Why I Started Elle & Company

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

“How did you get your business off the ground?” It’s a question I get asked pretty regularly by creatives who are in the beginning stages of starting their business.  They want to know how I grew my audience, how I was able to book clients, and how I made the leap to full-time.  I have to smile as I attempt to answer it, because the irony of it all is that I never set out to start a business. As a matter of fact, I swore up and down that I would never, ever own a business, because I grew up seeing firsthand all the things a business required. (For those of you who’ve heard this story, you haven’t heard the whole story. Keep reading.)

How ViperChill Founder Dave Cunningham Generated $1.4M in 2015

by Glen @ ViperChill

You’ve probably noticed over the years that I’m not a big fan of talking about my own finances. I have close friends and family who read this blog and as they don’t share their current wealth with me (I don’t really want to know), I would rather not share mine with them. However, I do […]

All About SEO on WordPress.com

All About SEO on WordPress.com


The WordPress.com Blog

We get a lot of questions about SEO here on WordPress.com, and no wonder — you work hard on your site and want to get the word out! SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO recommendati…

How Cori O’steen Donated to Charity and Grew Her Online Business to $10M/Year

by Victor Levitin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

This July, I had the opportunity to share our eBay journey with other sellers while lecturing at the eBay Open event in Las Vegas. eBay invited two sellers – Cori O’Steen and myself, to share our insights with other sellers to help them grow their businesses. While my lectures focused on how Max and I optimized our listings to constantly increase sales, Cori shared how she used charity and personality to get a competitive edge....

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How to Become a Rockstar: Interview with Manafest

How to Become a Rockstar: Interview with Manafest

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

Attending a live concert makes you wonder what it'd be like to stand on stage, surrounded by your band, playing to a crowd of screaming fans. Few people have never fantasized about being a rockstar in their own way, but how is it possible? In a world saturated with distractions and noise, it's difficult to stand out from the crowd. With barriers to entry in every industry nearly obliterated by the Internet and social media, everyone has a voice. Which is both a challenge, and an opportunity.

How Long Should You Give Clients To Pay Invoices?

by Bernard Meyer @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

Net 30 is one of the most common invoicing payment terms used by small, medium and large businesses. While it is a standard payment practice, it isn’t the same for all size businesses, and this is especially true for freelancers and solopreneurs. Today I’ll explain what Net 30 is, why many use it and why […]

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13 WordPress Plugins That’ll Save You a Ton of Time

by Sarah Peterson @ Smart Blogger

Running a blog requires an insane amount of time. In fact, there’s not enough time in your day to do everything (especially if you have a full-time job, too). From learning new ways to get traffic and scheduling social media posts to building your email list and managing comments, you feel stretched to your limit.(...)

A Pivotal Step to Get Past Your Fear of Writing

by Leslie Newman @ Goins, Writer

Don't be afraid to reach out with your words and take the hand of the one walking behind you. Your story will make a difference to someone who desperately needs to hear what you have to say. Find the courage to act on your calling and take that monumental first step. Without it, those immeasurable things that could touch another life and mark true success in your writing journey will never have the opportunity to come about.

How to Do the Dead Bug Exercise

How to Do the Dead Bug Exercise

by @ How to of the Day

Watching a bug struggle to turn itself over from its back may seem gross to some people. But did you know that that bug requires a considerable amount of strength to turn itself back over? You can use a similar technique to a struggling bug to strengthen your abs and core muscles without putting pressure on your lower back. You can do the dead bug exercise by performing it in its traditional way or trying variations based on your strength.

Best SEO Tools to Target Your Perfect Audience (& Profit!)

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

In the world of online business, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a must-have technique. SEO helps businesses target an audience that might be interested in their services and products. With the right SEO practices, businesses can skillfully draw in an audience through awesome web content that leads to interest, and ultimately sales, of its products. […]

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Feeling burnt out? 3 ways to bring the spark back to your business

Feeling burnt out? 3 ways to bring the spark back to your business

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Confession: I used to be extremely critical of burnout. I would come across posts on the topic when I first started Elle & Company and thought the writers were being a tad bit overdramatic. If you’re doing what you love, can you really ever become burnt out? It was at a time in my business where I had a ton of motivation. I had a clear goal that I was working toward - creating a full-time business off of my love of design - and I was willing to work 10+ hours a day to get there. The momentum continued to increase as I saw some success in my business. Clients started to come rolling in, my blog was growing exponentially, and I started to offer more products and services. I hit my stride… ...and then recently, I hit a wall. The early mornings, late nights, and no vacations finally caught up with me. That was a month or two ago. Since then I’ve realized that burnout is a real thing.  And after some reflection and time off, I’ve discovered 3 simple things that can help you conquer burnout and bring some spark back to your business.

SearchCap: Google iOS app trends, difficult clients & content SEO

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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14 of the Best WordPress Plugins to Make Your Blog More Professional

by Ramsay @ Blog Tyrant: Start a Successful Blog

One beautiful thing about a WordPress blog is the never-ending ability to add plugins that completely change the way your blog looks and functions. It’s absolutely essential for successful blogging. (Please hit that Pin button if you enjoy this post! We really appreciate it.) A lot of these plugins would cost thousands (or even tens...

SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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How to Become an SEO Freelancer in 48 Hours

How to Become an SEO Freelancer in 48 Hours


Location Rebel

Anyone Can Become an SEO FREELANCER and Learn How to Do SEO. But Becoming an SEO Freelancer Takes Time and Hard Work. This Guide Shows You How to Start.

How to Make Money Off Your Art: 3 Things You Absolutely Have to Do

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

In each of seasons of life, I would share my dream with an adult, and they would always say the same thing: You can't make a living off art. You'll starve. And so I believed them. These were, after all, adults. The first decade of my adult life was spent pursuing safer and more predictable paths. I worked in a call center, then a nonprofit as a marketing director, which was a job I held for seven years. During that time, I kept feeling like I was missing something. Something creative.

7 Steps to Go From Freelancing to Passive Income

by Eduardo Yi @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

A freelancing career can be very lucrative and rewarding. While it affords you a lot of freedom in how you’re able to spend your time, it can be very difficult to scale into a business since you have to deal with everything from marketing, research, customer service, to the actual work.     At a […]

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How to Survive After a Shipwreck

How to Survive After a Shipwreck

by @ How to of the Day

While most people won’t ever be shipwrecked, it is a small possibility for people who do travel by water. In addition to the danger of dying when the ship sinks, there are many dangers after you’ve survived the initial sinking. Possible dangers include exposure, sharks, and more. However, by getting organized, cooperating with others, and taking steps to aid in your rescue, you’ll have much better odds of surviving a shipwreck. With some hard work and luck, you’ll survive this stressful ordeal.

An Inside Look at What We're Currently Working On

An Inside Look at What We're Currently Working On

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

This isn’t a normal Elle & Company blog post.   In a normal Elle & Company blog post, I share strategies and write about topics after I’ve already had time to experiment and figure out what works.   But after reading your replies to my annual survey a month or two ago, I saw that you want to see things as they’re happening. You requested more behind-the-scenes.    Your wish is my command.   I have to admit, though - this is a little out of my comfort zone. Because if something doesn’t work out the way I hope it will, my failure will be public knowledge. All of you will know about it.    But that’s a more honest look at running a business, isn’t it? Trial and error, falling down once, and getting up twice.   So here’s the inside scoop about what my team and I are focusing on this quarter, along with why and how we plan to accomplish it. 

11 Crafty Ways to Repurpose Old Content

11 Crafty Ways to Repurpose Old Content

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Content creation is at the heart of Elle & Company.  Between blog posts, weekly newsletters, Ellechats, social media posts, and Library additions, I spend a lot of time pumping out new content each week. But here’s the thing about new content: it has a shelf life. Newsletters get buried in inboxes. Blog posts get buried in archives. Social media posts quickly fade away from the feeds of your followers. Webinars end.  The content you create (along with the time and energy you put into them) quickly gets buried under your newer content. But don’t be fooled; you didn’t labor in vain!  Enter, the art of repurposing content.

What the Heck Is Ghostwriting? (And Why You Might Want to Do It)

by Ali Luke @ Smart Blogger

You want to make money as a writer, right? You’ve told everyone on Facebook (including your weird aunt) that you’re available to write. You’ve been writing guest post after guest post to showcase your talent and get your name out there. Maybe you’ve even landed a few jobs already. (Good for you!) But then a(...)

A Guide to International SEO: Strategies and Guidelines

by Natalie Severt @ Unamo Blog

You have a business. Your business has a website. You use localized keyword research and traditional SEO tactics to help your business rank well online. You have a diversified backlink profile and high domain authority. Congratulations! But now you want to expand. And this is where it gets complicated. How do you create an international […]

The State of Link Building 2016: What I Learned Manually Analysing 1,000 Search Results

by Glen @ ViperChill

Do private blog network’s still work? Does a higher word-count help your pages rank better? Did Glen really spend 60 hours on this article? I hope to answer all of these questions and many more in my new behind the scenes report on the current state of link building. I can clarify I did spend […]

How To Sell On Facebook (Why A Deliberate Funnel Is Key)

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

Almost every business has potential to sell on Facebook. But most do it totally wrong. Today, we talk about why you need a funnel to really sell on Facebook like a pro. There are 2 billion active monthly users on Facebook. Chances are pretty good that some of those people are in your target market....

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6 Ways to Make Your Blog More Beautiful (and Effective)

by Ramsay @ Blog Tyrant: Start a Successful Blog

Even the best content runs into trouble when the blog it’s on is so ugly that readers leave before giving it a chance. The good news is that there are lots of ways we can spruce up our blogs in order to make them more appealing, effective and engaging by taking advantage of plugins, tools...

10 Tips to Tighten Your Copy

10 Tips to Tighten Your Copy

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Whether you’ve been in business for 2 years or 2 minutes, you know that being an entrepreneur requires a slew of skills.  You have to be a salesperson, a marketer, an accountant, a project manager, a designer, a social media expert, a researcher, and a copywriter - all while being an expert in your particular field.  And you’re probably willingly (yet hesitantly) diving into all of those roles because you have a product, service, or idea that you enjoy and believe in. But in order to get clients and customers to pay attention to you and purchase your great product or service, you have to be able to communicate about it. You have to write about it in a way that’s genuine and persuasive. Emails, blog posts, headlines, bios, sales pages, social media updates - being an entrepreneur means you’re constantly having to write new copy for your brand and your business. But here’s the thing: Most of us aren’t trained copywriters.  We haven’t had a copywriting pro sit down with us one-on-one and teach us how to write in a way that’s concise, compelling, and personable. And if you’re anything like me, you might also have some serious resistance to promoting yourself and selling your products.  But copywriting doesn’t have to be quite so painstaking and overwhelming.  These 10 simple copywriting tricks will help you clearly communicate about your business in a way that resonates with people and encourages them to take action.

6 SEO Mistakes That'll Put You on Google's Naughty List

6 SEO Mistakes That'll Put You on Google's Naughty List


Smart Blogger

Did you know Google can make your blog disappear from its search results? Here are the six mistakes most likely to land you on their naughty list.

10 Things You Need to Do After You Publish Your Blog Post

by Mary Fernandez @ Smart Blogger

Can I ask you a question? What do you do after you hit the “Publish” button? If your blog isn’t getting any traction, you probably aren’t doing the right things. Let’s be real. You can’t just post to social media a few times and move on to the next post. That’s not going to cut(...)

A 16-Step SEO Audit Process To Boost Your Google Rankings

A 16-Step SEO Audit Process To Boost Your Google Rankings


SEO Blog by Ahrefs

Follow this 16-step SEO audit process to find common SEO issues on your site and boost your Google rankings.

How to Get Traffic to Your Site Using Genuine Tactics

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

You have a functional, beautifully-designed website for your business. That’s a great start, but it won’t do you much good if you aren’t getting traffic, right? Although you might be tempted to increase your website traffic through quick, “easy” techniques, many quick-traffic practices are short-term solutions to a long-term problem. So, you should, instead, learn […]

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2017 eBay Links Policy Update – Everything you need to know

by Victor Levitin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

Starting from September 2017, eBay will begin enforcing the new links policy update. In this post I’ll cover everything you need to know and do as a seller, to make sure your sales are not negatively affected by the update. 1) What exactly is the eBay links policy update? From September 2017 linking to sites outside of eBay will be disallowed, except for specific permitted domains. For the allowed links, there are two technical requirements...

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How to Study for a Math Exam

How to Study for a Math Exam

by @ How to of the Day

Practice makes perfect when it comes to math - that’s why your teacher assigns so many tedious homework problems! Many people try to study for math by simply memorizing formulas and equations the way they would memorize facts and dates. While knowing formulas and equations is important, the best way to learn them is by using them. Start studying early, do your homework, and ask your teacher for help if you run into any issues. Avoid cramming, try not to get stressed out, and make sure to get rest and eat well just before the test.

4 Ways to Explain How Products Solve Problems

by Pamela Hazelton @ Practical Ecommerce

The most successful companies make or distribute products and services that solve common problems. The smartphone, for example, solves many problems, such as not being able to check email while ...

Ringr: Record Podcast Interview With Your Remote Guest Using Your Smartphone

by Harsh Agrawal @ ShoutMeLoud

The impact of an audio podcast is well-known to those who are into podcasting. I myself have seen how much of an impact podcasting can have on my own life from the podcasts that I listen to regularly. Podcasts are a great way to build a brand, build a following, and make money online. The […]

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On Marcus Sheridan and professional speaking.

by Ryan Hanley @ Ryan Hanley – Content Marketing Strategy

Professional speaking is not public speaking. Just because you stand in front of audience doesn't make you a professional speaker...

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Doing Good is Simple: Interview with Chris Marlow

Doing Good is Simple: Interview with Chris Marlow

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

Too often people fight tooth and nail to claw their way onstage only to realize, after standing in the spotlight for a moment, they don't have anything to say. Building a digital platform without a purpose can have the same effect. In a world of likes, hearts, retweets, and comments, influence feels like a currency. And the more influence you appear to have, the more successful you seem. But, as our guest this week asks, why should people listen to you?

How To Rock Co-Working As A Freelancer

by Gemma Church @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

Are you bored of working from home? Fed up with firing up your laptop in a busy coffee shop? But can’t afford an expensive office space to run your business? Co-working offers a middle ground – you can rent a professional shared work space on a flexible day-by-day basis. You get to work with fellow […]

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How 16 Companies are Dominating the World’s Google Search Results

by Glen @ ViperChill

In the Academy Award-nominated film Food Inc, filmmaker Robert Kenner reveals how the varied choice of items we see on the shelves of supermarkets is actually a false presumption. Instead, that seemingly endless variety is actually controlled by just a handful of companies. Today I’m going to reveal how the huge diversity we perceive in […]

How to Optimize the Product Pages of Your Ecommerce Website

by Joydeep Bhattacharya @ Unamo Blog

Someone may perform a Google search for an item in your store, but unless that product’s page is optimized correctly, they may not be able to find it easily in the search results. So, unless you wish to miss out on potential visitors, you should make sure your product pages are optimized. The recommendations below […]

Blogging, Podcasting, or YouTube?

by Daniel DiPiazza @ Under30CEO

If you want to start a business, you need to create content. Should you start a blog, a podcast or a YouTube channel? How do you decide where to begin? Check out today’s video to learn my best advice for starting out: At the end of the day, your job...

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issuu Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Overview and Tips

issuu Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Overview and Tips


issuu Help Center

Many people discover great issuu content through searching on Google, Bing or Yahoo search engines. Search engine optimization (SEO) is a way of increasing the visibility of your content in search ...

Keep More of Your Cash with the Home Office Tax Deduction

by Jacob Dayan @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

Does the thought of taking the home office tax deduction cause you anxiety? You’re not alone. The home office deduction used to be associated with something everyone wants to avoid – an IRS audit. This caused many people to avoid taking the deduction even if they could legitimately claim it.     Fortunately, simplified rules […]

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How to Drink Noni Juice

How to Drink Noni Juice

by @ How to of the Day

Noni, also known as cheese fruit or morinda, has been used for thousands of years in the Pacific to treat health problems. Noni advocates claim that the juice treats problems ranging from low energy to cancer. Making juice at home is done simply by blending noni fruit and straining out the seeds. You can also buy it premade or as an extract. Since noni is an unproven herbal medicine, consult with your doctor before drinking and stop if you experience adverse health effects.

PIN’s: The Future of Private Link Building

by Glen @ ViperChill

What I’m going to reveal in this blog post is a strategy that will likely weed out a certain section of the ViperChill audience. In other words, I’m fully aware that this blog post will make a particular type of person unsubscribe from ViperChill and likely never return. It’s certainly not going to end up […]

Get High DA Links By Building Relationships With Editors – Playing the Long Game

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

Thought leadership marketing and link building are in natural tension with one another. On one hand, thought leadership marketing communicates that your company is on the cutting edge and has valuable insights that no one else does. It makes readers feel, “If I want to know what’s really going on, I need to keep track […]

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4 Mistakes I Learned About Marketing and Data While Working at a Fortune 50 Company

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

For the past nearly 3 years, I’ve been in charge of Audience Development for one of the largest media companies in the US. I learned a LOT during that time. Even more important, I learned a lot about what NOT to do. Not all of these things were personal ‘mistakes’ per se. Some were top […]

Organic Growth System: How to Build Profitable Websites that Keep Growing

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

<<Heads up! This post is LONG because it really contains our entire system in detail, so don’t expect to memorize everything the first time. Read it now, bookmark it as a reference, and join the free Long Tail Bootcamp for in-depth video tutorials.>> This resource is for those who are new to building profitable websites […]

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Website Conversion Rate Optimization (Get More Leads!)

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

You’ve heard of search engine optimization (SEO) to get your website noticed in search engines, like Google. But, what about website conversion rate optimization? You can think of SEO as the technique that makes people see your website. Once you start gaining more traffic, though, you’ll need to do something to get those people to […]

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51 Profitable SEO Niches to Dominate with Low Competition

by Glen @ ViperChill

Today I’m going to reveal some of the most interesting online niches where there is a lot of money to be made. These are niches which have a level of competition that allows you to compete, and fast. In other words, I wouldn’t expect to be waiting years (or even months, in many cases) to […]

Why You Need a Long Form Sales Page for Your Premium Priced Service

by Sasha Peakall @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

You finally hit publish on your freelance website and you’re getting trickles of traffic to your services page. Someone’s even recommending you in Facebook Groups but all that work is resulting in ZERO enquiries. It’s the worst feeling ever! You feel defeated and deflated. But guess what, it’s not YOU, it’s your services page on […]

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6 tips for making a logo part of your email campaigns

by Contributing Author @ Vertical Response Blog

Don't embark on a logo design project without considering how a new logo will work with your email marketing efforts

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SEO: What to Base Content Decisions On

by Jill Kocher @ Practical Ecommerce

Content is the first thing that comes to mind with search engine optimization. There is a process, however, to creating and optimizing strong content. The process involves four separate tasks: data ...

5 Mobile SEO Mistakes That Are Sabotaging Your Mobile Marketing Efforts

by Harsh Agrawal @ ShoutMeLoud

SEO remains one of the most popular topics on the internet. Why? Because webmasters are always fighting to get search traffic – the better your pages are optimized for search engines, the more chances you have to rank your content, and the more traffic you’ll drive to your site. That’s not all; it equally means […]

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7 Stoic Principles Every Entrepreneur Must Embrace

by Daniel DiPiazza @ Under30CEO

Philosophy’s absence from the business world is a crucial mistake. By and large ignored by popular culture and forgotten by the media, modern philosophy has been delegated strictly to the classrooms by its own doing. Rather than adapting to the times, modern philosophers have retreated into an ivory tower of...

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Ultimate Guide to Amazon SEO

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

Want to sell on Amazon, but not sure how to stand out? Our Director of Amazon, Shawn Green, will tell you everything you need to know about Amazon SEO, and how to make sure your product is optimized for as many sales as possible.   Amazon has taken the internet by storm, managing to dethrone...

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How to Balance a Full-Time Job and a Part-Time Freelance Business

How to Balance a Full-Time Job and a Part-Time Freelance Business

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Starting a “side-hustle” has grown in popularity over the past few years, and it’s easy to understand why.  Maintaining a full-time job while pursuing a passion project on the side offers the best of both worlds: a steady paycheck and benefits along with the opportunity to make a little extra money doing something you love. And while there’s a lot to gain when starting a side-hustle, there’s also a lot of sacrifice. Here at Elle & Company, we know a thing or two about balancing a full-time job and a “side hustle.” I worked a few different 9-5 jobs while I worked to get my business up and running, and both of my assistants currently work full-time jobs while helping me with Elle & Company part-time. All three of us understand the time and energy that goes into balancing a full-time job and a part-time passion project.  So we rounded up some practical ways that we’ve been able to keep our heads above water and maintain our sanity in the process. 

Local SEO for Small Businesses

by Adam Coombs @ Unamo Blog

Local SEO for Small Businesses The organic search results are already a tough place to fight for top rankings. Local search results? Even harder. Besides traditional SEO, there are a variety of local SEO ranking factors that small businesses and even larger franchises have to worry about when jockeying for the top positions for localized […]

Organic SEO Tips Learn what to do to gain better organic ranking

Organic SEO Tips Learn what to do to gain better organic ranking


San Antonio Web Design - WordPress Responsive Websites

Read our Organic SEO Tips to find out how to gain better organic ranking on google. These SEO Tips will help you dominate the search results

Why I Worship The God of Boredom

by Daniel DiPiazza @ Under30CEO

Why I Worship The God of Boredom. It’s 6:30am and I’m at it again. I’m writing this thing that you’re reading. Every morning, just as the sun is coming up, I sit down at my desk to write. I’m talking deliberate writing, with a serious expression on my face. This...

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eBay SEO: How to Boost Your Visibility on eBay & Rank #1

eBay SEO: How to Boost Your Visibility on eBay & Rank #1


eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

eBay SEO - Get your eBay listings ranked #1 and increase eBay sales! eBay's Cassini search engine Optimization explained!

How ViperChill Founder Dave Cunningham Generated $1.4M in 2015

by Glen @ ViperChill

You’ve probably noticed over the years that I’m not a big fan of talking about my own finances. I have close friends and family who read this blog and as they don’t share their current wealth with me (I don’t really want to know), I would rather not share mine with them. However, I do […]

How to Use Customer Feedback Loops to Reduce Churn

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

Churn is a fascinating thing. When users keep coming back month after month, it helps you grow your business rapidly and it makes you a very happy business owner. But when you’re losing more customers than you’re gaining, it can spell disaster for your business. What makes it frustrating is that you don’t always have […]

How to Diamond Paint

How to Diamond Paint

by @ How to of the Day

Diamond painting is similar to painting by number, except that instead of using paint, you are using tiny, flat-backed rhinestones, crystals, or diamonds. You can purchase diamond painting kits online and in some well-stocked arts and crafts stores. The process can look intimidating, but it is actually quite simple. Once you know what to do, you can find the project both relaxing and rewarding.

How to Make Money Online in 2016: An Unexpected Approach

by Glen @ ViperChill

Updated: August 10th 2016 As we enter the first week of a brand new year, your motivations are probably higher than ever to make 2016 the year to finally achieve all you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re starting a brand new foray into making money online or you’re hoping to take your current income to […]

Myth of the Overnight Success: Interview with Jackie Bledsoe

Myth of the Overnight Success: Interview with Jackie Bledsoe

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

Living outside Nashville, you can't order a cup of coffee without running into someone looking for their big break. Everyone wants to be an overnight success. It seems like less work and more fun, but nothing could be further from the truth. When you've got big dreams and life throws you a curveball, it can derail more than your financial plan. Getting injured or sick can ruin your career. Losing a job unexpectedly can mess with your sense of self, and make you reevaluate your purpose in life. Though, sometimes in the crucible of difficult circumstances is where we find our true calling.

The Truth About Squarespace SEO

The Truth About Squarespace SEO


Elle & Co.

Out of all of the comments and emails I receive about Squarespace, SEO is by far the topic that is most frequently asked about. So today Jake is taking over this Friday series to cover search engine optimization on the Squarespace platform and clear up some misconceptions.There seems to be

How to Pay Attention in a Dull Class

How to Pay Attention in a Dull Class

by @ How to of the Day

Dull or boring classes can be a challenge to endure, especially if you’re trying to earn a top grade. Every student experiences a dull class once in a while, but the good news is that there are easy ways to keep yourself engaged while avoiding distractions. Coming to class prepared, striving to participate, and removing distractions like your cell phone and snacks are all strategies you can use to make it easier to pay attention.

The simple method we used to kick-start sales for new eBay listings

by Victor Levitin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

Does this sound familiar? You create a great listing. You invest hours in its content and design. Your price is competitive and you offer fast shipping. Not to mention your feedback is stellar! Still, once the listing goes live, nothing happens. Days turn into weeks, and still nothing. You barely get any orders.  You wonder how this can be? You offer a better deal for the shoppers and your listings look more professional than others,...

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Understanding Code Deployments, for Ecommerce

by Eric Davis @ Practical Ecommerce

“Code complete” is a common saying among software developers when they have finished a development project. But code complete doesn’t mean everything is done. Once developers have written code for a ...

SEO: Making Recommendations on Mockups

by Jill Kocher @ Practical Ecommerce

Mockups are a key part of creating new marketing campaigns and redesigning entire websites. As partners in the process of producing those new experiences, search-engine-optimization professionals should offer feedback at ...

5 Tips to Improve Your Website's SEO In Under An Hour

5 Tips to Improve Your Website's SEO In Under An Hour


Official Wix Blog | Web Design & Small Business Tips to Promote Your Site

Learn 5 easy ways to boost your site’s search engine optimization. From titles and descriptions to the right URL, get tips to improve your rank on Google.

15 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Email

by Ramsay @ Blog Tyrant: Start a Successful Blog

Almost every entrepreneur uses email throughout the day, but not that many know how to mitigate risks, make it more efficient, and take it to professional levels. Whether you are negotiating a new deal, making fresh contacts, or trying to build a mailing list to sell your products, there are a few tips you should...

The Value of FREE and How It Will Boost Your eBay Sales

by Max Godin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

When you run an online retail business (or any type of business) you have a list of things that you know you should be doing every day to run the day to day operations. Specifically in eBay sales, the daily task list looks something like this (in no particular order): Answer customer queries Ship products Source new products Upload new listings to eBay Update existing listing on eBay Handle accounting tasks Talk to potential suppliers...

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5 Marketplaces That Every eBay Seller Should Expand to Right Now

by Victor Levitin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

In Adam Grant’s book – “Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World“, he talks about research which provides information that contrary to popular belief, most successful entrepreneurs actually hate risk and do everything in their power to constantly reduce the risk in their businesses. This was the case with Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay. Pierre only left his day job as a programmer when eBay was generating more income than his nine-five job. Even when Max...

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How to Add a Slide Out Contact Form in WordPress

by Editorial Staff @ WPBeginner

Do you want to add a slide out contact form in WordPress? If your business depends on getting new leads from your website’s contact form, then one of the best ways to grow your lead source is to make your contact form more noticeable. In… Read More »

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Famous Author Shares the Secret To Keeping Customers

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

As a professional handyman, it’s important to keep your customers coming back for more because that’s where the money is. In fact, I bet that if you looked at just about any handyman business’s numbers, more than 50% of their revenue will be from repeat customers. And for most, existing customers will make up more like 80% of […]

Video SEO: Factors for Ranking in the Top 10 on Google

by Adam Coombs @ Unamo Blog

What does it take to rank your video in the top 10 results on Google? And on YouTube? Well, these are two very different enterprises entirely. A recent study found that 64% of all YouTube videos appearing in Google search results had a different rank hierarchy when searched on YouTube. In other words, videos ranking […]

How To Optimize Your Infographic For SEO

How To Optimize Your Infographic For SEO


Column Five

Optimizing your infographic for SEO is an important step that will help get your content noticed. Here are optimization tips you can implement today. 

Why Every Writer Needs an Email List

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

Every communicator wants her message to be heard. Every creative wants his art to be appreciated — right? But so many writers and artists don't get the attention they deserve. Why? Because they neglect the single-most important element to building a tribe. They forsake one simple, but essential online marketing asset:

10 Steps a Local Business Can Take Today to Improve SEO

10 Steps a Local Business Can Take Today to Improve SEO


Copyblogger

Here are 10 steps that every local business should put into practice to see an increase in targeted search traffic.

How To Install A Decorative Wood Wall For Only $200

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

If you’re looking to create a feature wall in your home – whether for a nursery, a kitchen, or even a living room – a decorative wood wall is a great way to give your home that extra depth and comfort. There’s just something about the consistently inconsistent pattern of wood that calms you down […]

How to Do Customer Engagement If You’re In a Unique Niche

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

I once worked with a business that specialized in making custom squirrel horror dioramas. If you’re wondering what in the world a custom squirrel horror diorama is, then you’ve proved an underlying point of this article. Unique niches are really tough for marketing. If there are 37 people on the planet that are in your […]

How to Do Puzzle Nail Art

How to Do Puzzle Nail Art

by @ How to of the Day

Do you love nail art and want to try a new and impactful design? These puzzle nails are simple to create and will add a creative touch to your look.

SEO Basics for Your Website, Blog or Online Store

SEO Basics for Your Website, Blog or Online Store


Weebly.com

From keyword strategy, to basic page and site optimization, these SEO basics will help drive traffic to your website, blog or online store.

10 Simple Tips To Optimize Your WordPress Website For Better Search Engine Ranking

10 Simple Tips To Optimize Your WordPress Website For Better Search Engine Ranking


Graph Paper Press

10 SEO tips for WordPress includes writing quality content, exchange linkbacks, use keywords in image files and titles, create xml sitemaps, highlight keywords, avoid flash

Integrate Google Search Console With Unamo SEO

by Adam Coombs @ Unamo Blog

Now you can integrate your Google Search Console properties with your Unamo SEO Campaign with GSC data storage for up to 2 years! ​​ You’ll have all of your relevant SEO data on one platform to expedite your analytics and decision making processes. ​ The integration will pull all of your data from GSC into […]

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in 5 Minutes or Less

by Colin Newcomer @ Smart Blogger

You want to know whether your blog is doing well, right? Whether those posts you work so hard on are attracting traffic, and where that traffic is actually coming from? Whether your last marketing campaign was a smashing success or an unfortunate bomb? Because if you don’t know whether what you’re doing is working, you’re(...)

10 Free And Useful Google Tools No Blogger Should Ignore

by Harsh Agrawal @ ShoutMeLoud

Can you call yourself a content marketing expert? Even if you answer “yes”, there are still lots of ways to enhance your performance. Even if you’re one of the 42% of B2B marketers that claim to be effective at content marketing, you still have a bunch of room for improvement. If you desire to make […]

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Value Creation vs. Revenue Extraction: Which Kind of Business Are You?

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

There’s a problem in business. Okay, fine, there are plenty of problems in the wide world of business. Obviously, there are tons of good things in business brought about by new innovations, advances in technology, and improvements in customer engagement. But for all the new changes, old habits sure do die hard. Specifically, there are […]

Before Your Next Product Launch, Try These 5 Engagement Strategies

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

The big day is approaching! Yes, you’re about to launch your first (or maybe fifth) product. You want the experience to be perfect for your audience. What your team does before the launch is just as important as what you do on launch day. And it all starts with early engagement—spreading your message as soon […]

Ultimate WordPress SEO Guide for Beginners (Step by Step)

Ultimate WordPress SEO Guide for Beginners (Step by Step)


WPBeginner

Want to improve your WordPress SEO? Here are all the WordPress SEO best practices, tips, and the best WordPress SEO plugins that you need to know about.

My Daily Writing Routine (feel free to copy this)

by Daniel DiPiazza @ Under30CEO

People ask me all the time how I structure my days in order to produce so much content on a consistent basis. The key to creating great work is being prolific. Stephen King said it best: “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all...

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Should You Put Pricing On Your Website

by Leah Kalamakis @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

The debate rages on — to display your prices up-front or not, that is the question. And it’s a question that plagues freelancers All. The. Time. Like any good debate, there are strong arguments for and against. Me, I’ve always been firmly in the “for” camp. But nothing convinced me (and will convince you) as […]

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How to Steal the Next Billion Dollar Website Idea: A Case Study

by Glen @ ViperChill

On the 15th of January 2008 the domain name Groupon.com went live for the first time. 2008 was also the year that IndieGogo became one of the first ‘crowdfunding’ websites. A year later, the biggest rivals of each would launch in the form of Living Social and Kickstarter. At the start of 2012 Uber – […]

Shopify SEO - The definitive guide for 2017

Shopify SEO - The definitive guide for 2017


ReloadSEO

Doing Shopify SEO good can make all the difference to your store. Discover the best way to optimize your Shopify store for SEO. Click here to learn more!

The One Piece of Software Every Pro Handyman Should Be Using

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

The small tasks of running a business can add up quickly and drain your valuable time and energy – even in a simple business like a one-person handyman business. Anytime you can eliminate, streamline, or automate these small tasks, you should because doing so can dramatically increase your profits and make your business more enjoyable. […]

5 Surprising Stats About Your Business’s Visuals

5 Surprising Stats About Your Business’s Visuals

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

How would your life be different if you were able to generate more sales?  Would you be able to quit your day job?  Spend more time with your kids?  Take that vacation that's been taking up space on your bucket list? The key to making sales is trust, and building trust with your potential customers starts with making a killer first impression through visuals. Your promotional photos, graphics, and videos should not only look amazing; they need to be intentionally designed using strategies that are proven to increase sales.  If the potential to build trust with your audience, create a killer first impression, and make more sales isn’t enough to convince you to step up your business’s visuals, the following stats might. 

Internet Marketing for Beginners: 5 Helpful Tips to Make a Presence

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

Being new to internet marketing doesn’t mean you’re behind the pack. Virtually anyone with the desire to learn the ropes can pick up internet marketing with some dedication and practice. In the ever-changing digital world, it’s more important than ever to understand your place on the internet. Even non-digital businesses can benefit from learning internet […]

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Can Personalization Save Shopping Malls?

by Gagan Mehra @ Practical Ecommerce

The rise of ecommerce is impacting shopping malls. Traffic and sales are down significantly. 2017 has been a particularly bad year for brick-and-mortar retailers, with hundreds of announced store closures. In ...

How To Do Keyword Research and Keyword Analysis For SEO

How To Do Keyword Research and Keyword Analysis For SEO


SEO Nick

The goal of this post is to approach keyword research for SEO from it's roots and build toward the more technical aspects.

How an Ordinary Girl Turned her Small eBay Business into a Fashion Empire

by Max Godin @ eBay Sellers Journey to $100,000 a Month

A few months ago we shared the story of an eBay seller who went from zero to $250k in just three months, we saw the positive response to their success story. Now we bring you Sophia Amaruso’s story, GIRLBOSS, who started her empire selling revamped vintage clothing on eBay. In 2006, a 22 year old girl sold an eight dollar thrift store find on eBay and profited over 1,000 dollars. That one sale was the...

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How a Simple Productivity Tool Helped Create the World’s Best Marketing Blog

by Glen @ ViperChill

Today’s blog post will reveal my biggest goal for 2016, nine niche ideas with huge potential and the most effective productivity technique I’ve used over the last few years. Let’s begin by talking about the productivity technique which is often referred to as the Pomodoro Method. If you’ve followed any kind of productivity guide online […]

How to Look Good when Traveling

How to Look Good when Traveling

by @ How to of the Day

Whenever you travel on an airplane or sit through a long car, bus, or train ride, it's easy to end up looking tired and messy. Jet lag, exhaustion, and being cramped into a small seating area can contribute to a rumpled look. However, you can be comfortable yet still stylish by choosing wrinkle-free fabrics, wearing layers, and keeping your skin moisturized. Choose simple but chic makeup and hair for traveling to look your best when you arrive. Take advantage of down time on the plane or in the car to catch up on your rest. Don’t forget to freshen up before arriving at your destination.

10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Elle & Company

10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Elle & Company

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

There’s always more going on behind the scenes than meets the eye. And while I’m pretty transparent when it comes to sharing my business systems and strategies, there are several things that have gone unshared on this blog. It isn’t that I’ve been purposely keeping them from you; they just don’t often come up in conversation. So I thought it would be fun to switch things up in today’s post and share 10 things you probably didn’t know about Elle & Company.  Whether you’ve been following along with this space for years or you’ve just stumbled upon it in the last week, you might find some of these surprising! 

Quit Your Job In 6 Months Or Less – The Ultimate 9-5 Escape Plan

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

I used to wake up each and every day with one single question on my mind…”how many days before the weekend?” I was counting down the days because I, like millions of people, hated my job. Some people just aren’t meant to live in a cage. But since I’m not a trust fund baby, I […]

Boosting Your Visibility on eBay: Can You Do SEO on eBay?

Boosting Your Visibility on eBay: Can You Do SEO on eBay?


ChannelAdvisor

How can you do SEO on eBay? There have been many changes to eBay’s search function over the years, focusing on buyer experience and shopping comparison improvements to help shoppers find items more efficiently.

How to Use Long Tail Pro Word Count to Discover Audience Needs and Wants

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

As you know by now, crafting great content is the core of any strategy aiming to get more relevant traffic. The ultimate goal of content optimization is to rank on page one. Keyword research is the first step in this process. However, creating great content on a topic nobody is interested in does not help. […]

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Boost WordPress SEO - 31 Ways to Improve WordPress SEO

Boost WordPress SEO - 31 Ways to Improve WordPress SEO


TechTage

An extensive guide on improving WordPress SEO, spanning over 4,500 words. Easy to implement white hat SEO strategies to boost WordPress SEO!

How to Welcome the New Kid at School

How to Welcome the New Kid at School

by @ How to of the Day

Coming into a new school can be very difficult for anyone. You’re in a new environment with people you don’t know instead of your old friends. If you want to help a new kid feel welcome, making a good first impression is crucial. From there, you’ll want to help them get a handle on their new school and integrate themselves fully.

10 Basic SEO Tips To Get You Started

10 Basic SEO Tips To Get You Started


Business Insider

Simple ways to improve your Web site's search rankings and get more traffic.

26 Crazy Stories about “OMG!” Opportunities that Blogging Made Happen

by Eli Seekins @ Smart Blogger

Will it all be worth it? You can’t help wondering sometimes. Every spare minute, you’re glued to your computer, reading, writing, doing all you can to grow your blog and build your audience — all on the shaky promise that someday your efforts will pay off. But sometimes, that someday feels far out of reach.(...)

How Does Google AdSense Work? Here’s How to Use It (2017)

by Long Tail Pro Team @ LongtailPro

Are you not earning the income you thought you would be from your website? It may be time to learn how to earn using Google AdSense. It doesn’t matter how long your blog or site has been on the web – or how much of a beginner or expert you are – you can learn […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Dropshipping SEO

by Adam Riemer @ Oberlo

As a dropshipping store owner, one thing you need to know before building your website is how to use search engine optimization (SEO) for your business. Dropshipping sites have a unique set of SEO obstacles to overcome as opposed to stores who stock their own inventory, so it’s important that […]

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Best Dropshipping Products to Sell in Fall 2017

by Andrew Roach @ Oberlo

For ecommerce entrepreneurs across the globe, finding the best products to sell in your store is undoubtedly a difficult task, no matter how much experience you have as a store owner. There are so many different products which you can source for your store’s inventory, especially if you’re using a […]

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How to Add Posts into a WordPress Page

by Kori Ashton @ San Antonio Web Design – WordPress Responsive Websites

Would you like to know how to add your #WordPress blog posts into a page? Here’s a free plugin and quick tutorial to teach you just how it’s done! More from Kori . Full Audio Transcript Hey, y’all welcome to another WordPress Wednesday. My name is Kori Ashton and I have a really cool plugin to […]

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How to Effectively Build an SEO Campaign From The Ground Up

How to Effectively Build an SEO Campaign From The Ground Up


Quick Sprout

I was speaking at a conference the other day, and someone asked me an interesting question... If you were to start optimizing a site for search engines fro

Weebly SEO - How To Rank Your Weebly Site In Google - LongtailPro

Weebly SEO - How To Rank Your Weebly Site In Google - LongtailPro


LongtailPro

An Overview of Weebly SEO So you’ve made the decision to go with Weebly for your website management tool… If you haven’t decided what platform to use yet, check out our posts about using Weebly vs Wix, Weebly vs Squarespace, and Weebly vs WordPress. Also, if you’ve decided to go with Squarespace, what are you doing …

Growth Hacking Tactics For Beginners (How To Use Them To Grow Your Business)

by Harsh Agrawal @ ShoutMeLoud

For over five years now, startup activity has experienced massive growth around the world. In fact, a post on the City A.M. blog shows that “a staggering 100 million businesses are launched annually, according to figures from GEM Global Report. It comes to just over three businesses every second, or 11,000 per hour.” However, does […]

Growth Hacking Tactics For Beginners (How To Use Them To Grow Your Business) is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspires

How to Become a Data-Driven Marketer

by Christian Brink @ AddThis Academy

What does it mean to be a data-driven marketer? Learn how you can start using your own website data to start driving your marketing decisions.

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How to Do a Cartwheel

How to Do a Cartwheel

by @ How to of the Day

The cartwheel is a basic gymnastics skill that will strengthen your upper body and help you work your way up to more advanced moves. There are two basic types: the front-to-back and the side-to-side cartwheel. With the side-to-side cartwheel, you'll start and end in the same direction. Performing the front-to-back cartwheel will land you facing the opposite direction in which you began. The front-to-back is the most common type of cartwheel. To learn either type you’ll need to find a safe environment in which you can practice placing your hands and feet in a way that’ll propel you forward and upside down.

6,595 Words on a Traffic Generation Tactic You’re Not Using (But Should Be)

by Glen @ ViperChill

I would argue that when it comes to making money online, the most important skill you need is not in being able to find untapped niches, knowing how to do A/B testing, creating attractive websites or even having a great ability to write. Instead, the most sought after skill in my eyes is being able […]

How to Steal the Next Billion Dollar Website Idea: A Case Study

by Glen @ ViperChill

On the 15th of January 2008 the domain name Groupon.com went live for the first time. 2008 was also the year that IndieGogo became one of the first ‘crowdfunding’ websites. A year later, the biggest rivals of each would launch in the form of Living Social and Kickstarter. At the start of 2012 Uber – […]

The Unfortunate Truth: What It REALLY Takes To Quit Your Job

by Dan Perry @ Handyman Startup

Five years ago I quit my engineering job to start a business. Just like millions of employees across the world, I hated my job. The only difference between them and I is that I actually took the leap. And you know what? It was the best decision of my life. Not only do I have ten times as […]

14 Answers to Tricky Questions About Providing Web Design Services

14 Answers to Tricky Questions About Providing Web Design Services

by Lauren Hooker @ Blog

Have you ever been designing for a client when a sticky situation pops up? Maybe they continue to ask for more revisions than you originally planned for.  Or they don’t provide enough information for the pages of their website. Or they don’t have photos that compliment your designs. How do you handle these situations? Over the past 3 years, I’ve run into numerous unique challenges while working with clients, and I often figured them out through a series of trial and error.  But to spare you the trouble of having to figure things out all on your own, I’ve rounded up 14 tricky questions from my Freelance Academy course Q+A’s and I’m sharing the answers with you in today’s post. 

How To Make Money Fast: 25 Best Money Making Ideas

by Nicole Martins Ferreira @ Oberlo

Need money now? Most of us will experience moments where we’re desperate to make money now. If you recently lost your job, are coping with a life altering change or illness or don’t make enough to pay your bills, this list of money making ideas will help get you back […]

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5 Common Copy Mistakes and How to Make It More Desirable

by Ju Talence @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

Have you ever landed on a webpage where the words didn’t flow with your brain and you just felt like “ugh forget it” and then clicked away from the page? If you’re browsing the Internet, chances are you’re either reading a blog or watching a video. So the chances of coming across bad content or […]

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How to Write Your Best Book: Part Four (Beyond the Launch)

How to Write Your Best Book: Part Four (Beyond the Launch)

by Jeff Goins @ Goins, Writer

There's a difference between an author and a writer. An author is someone who published a book at least once. A writer is someone who continues to write and publish, cultivating a writing life. But how do you know what to write about, and when to start your next project?

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress

by Keith Lock @ Tips and Tricks HQ

Adding Google Analytics to WordPress is a painless process. There are numerous ways to do it. Today, we will follow some simple steps to get it added. There is a plugin in the WordPress Plugin Repository that allows us to not only add the Google Analytics code, but load it in such a way that […]

SEO for Idiots: The 10 Basics of Blogging Search Engine Optimization

SEO for Idiots: The 10 Basics of Blogging Search Engine Optimization


Blog Tyrant: Start a Successful Blog

Last Update May 30th, 2016 Recently Kelci asked me over on my Facebook Page about SEO for idiots. I decided to do a full post on it (isn't she lucky?) because it is such a cool and expansive topic. So what exactly was her question? Found your blog the other day and have learned MUCH more than the previous 100 blogs I had found combined. I see that you have an article about SEO secrets below but I was wondering if you can direct me to like an 'SEO for idiots' type of thing... I really need to understand the

Franchise SEO: How to Apply Local SEO to Multiple Locations

by Avinash Nair @ Unamo Blog

From creating different landing pages to finding niche, relevant keywords, a lot of franchisors (and their SEO vendors) are neck deep in their search for the Holy Grail of franchise SEO. And that’s only the beginning. As a franchisor, you’re aware by now of the many pitfalls of attempting to unify information without duplicating it. […]

How to Lazy Load Images in WordPress

by Editorial Staff @ WPBeginner

Do you want to lazy load images in WordPress? Lazy Loading allows your website to only load images when a user scrolls down to the specific image. You can see it in action on many popular websites like Buzzfeed. In this article, we will show… Read More »

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10 No-Cost DIY SEO Tactics for Startups - Under30CEO

10 No-Cost DIY SEO Tactics for Startups - Under30CEO


Under30CEO

Bootstrap SEO doesn't guarantee success — and it's not "free," because you have to invest a ton of time. If you're facing a tight budget where you can't afford SEO services but want to optimize your website right away, however, this is the way to go.

How to Grow a Sandalwood Tree

How to Grow a Sandalwood Tree

by @ How to of the Day

Sandalwood is highly valued for its aromatic scent, which is used in incense and perfume. Tropical Indian Sandalwood and temperate dryland Australian sandalwood are two varieties that are commonly grown. If you are hoping to bring some of the exotic scent of sandalwood into your backyard, you’ll need to make sure there is a viable host species. Sandalwood doesn’t grow without a host plant. Once established, sandalwood is a sensuous and potentially profitable tree to grow.

Actionable Steps To Do A Social Media Competitive Analysis

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

Social media results less than stellar? We’ll let you in on a little secret: it’s not all that hard to fix (usually). In this article, we tell you how to do a social media competitive analysis. With this data, you will be back on track fast. This article will take you through all the steps...

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Ecommerce Roadmap: How to Start Ecommerce Business That Will Succeed

by Tomas Šlimas @ Oberlo

In this day and age, times and are changing and more people are looking to be their own bosses. The internet makes this goal more accessible than ever, and ecommerce is one exciting avenue for success. Yet, it can be tremendously difficult to know exactly how to start and ecommerce […]

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11 Keys to Starting Your Own Business on a Tight Budget

by Jillian Altit @ Official Wix Blog | Web Design & Small Business Tips to Promote Your Site

Don't break the bank!

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How to Reuse Old Content and Capture Your Reader’s Interest

by Kira Carr @ The Freelance To Freedom Project

If you have been there, it’s hard to continuously come up with new great ideas, especially in content creation. It takes a lot of time to create new content and the same goes to publishing the posts. So it makes a lot of sense to repurpose content to save time, effort and resources. Repurposing content […]

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How to Get Your WordPress Site on Google

by Keith Lock @ Tips and Tricks HQ

This is a tutorial for the video answers to top WordPress questions series that we have been publishing on this site to help users get started with WordPress. If you’re just launching a new WordPress site, and want Google to start crawling it, there are generally only a couple things that need to be done. […]

Developing an Effective SEO Strategy in 5 Easy Steps

Developing an Effective SEO Strategy in 5 Easy Steps


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A sound SEO strategy can lead to years of online success and growth for your business.

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