Does Your Homepage Do Its Job?

Homepage to your website is like the window of your shop. It needs to be well designed and offer good quality information, because only that way you will be able to turn thousands of window shoppers into regular visitors or even customers, and to decrease the bounce rate of your website or blog. For the […]

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Check Your Work For Plagiarism To Make Sure You Are Not Being Copied

Plagiarism is the wrongful appropriation of someone else’s thoughts and ideas. It involves copying the text and re-publishing it as your own. The plagiarism problem is as old as print itself, but with the Internet it gained a far greater scale, as now it takes literally seconds to copy the work of someone else. For […]

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Facebook’s Dynamic Product Ads: Everything You Should Know About

A few days ago, Facebook announced the launch of their new advertising unit, Dynamic Product Ads, to help businesses promote their products or even entire product catalog to shoppers across any device. With Product Ads, business owners can dynamically showcase more products in a single advert, while Facebook users can discover the most relevant products, […]

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Not A/B Testing Your Website Ads? AdPushup can help you optimize your Ad Revenue

One of the most important things you can do as an online entrepreneur or website owner in order to increase your revenue is to constantly keep testing things to figure out what does and doesn’t work with your users. For instance, you should test multiple headlines, landing page copy and formats, call-to-action buttons, and even ad units (something that almost everyone forgets to test) to ensure that after testing, you always end up with the winning combination of elements.

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4 Steps for Securing the Evergreen Content for Your Blog

When trying to create a successful blog, and be a renowned blogger, you should work towards the goal of building a certain online image for yourself. The best approach is to find a topic you can blog about – something interesting, useful, omnipresent etc. in other words, evergreen content.

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A Brief Introduction to Influencer Marketing, and Where to Get Started

This is a guest post written by Tamar Weinberg, VP of Customer Success of influencer marketing platform The Shelf. The Shelf is a social influencer marketing platform ensuring that you connect with the most relevant influencers. The Shelf’s technology includes patent pending brand and ecommerce indicators. Within the last few years, influencer marketing has really […]

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4 Game-Changing Lessons from Losing My Guest Blogging Virginity

A couple of years ago I started my blog. I didn’t know much about blogging and traffic at first. I started reading popular blogs like Copyblogger, Dailyblogtips and Problogger. I was amazed at how other bloggers were getting avalanches of traffic and shooting up their subscriber counts by the motherload. And from everything I’d read, […]

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3 Examples of How you Can Use Video to Standout (And How To Shoot Yours)

If you are only focusing on the written aspect of your website, well, you might be missing on a big opportunity. Why? Because you are neglecting video, and video is huge online. Just to give you an idea, the New York Times has around 30 million unique visitors monthly, and YouTube has 1 billion monthly unique visitors.

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4 Ways to Host Your Website for Free

If you are just getting started online, or if you are testing a new project, you might not want to spend money with web hosting right away. Fortunately there are some ways you can host a website free of charge. Below you will find four of them.

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