The SEO industry changes at a rapid clip. Old practices become redundant in less than months and, in effect, the odds against success prove overwhelming. I know this well enough. It affected my paycheck, my life even. For the last three years now, me and my partner were trying myriad of ways to ensure a constant stream of income by leveraging SEO practices and principles in order to build a sustainable business model.
Advertising is by far the most popular monetization methods for blogs and websites. That is because running some ads on a site is both easy and efficient. It’s easy because you just need to copy and paste some code and you are set. It’s efficient because if you stick to the major advertising networks your earnings will be pretty decent.
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It’s basically a protocol to cryptograph data sent over the Web (e.g., over the HTTP protocol), making it more secure.
Here’s another list of useful and interesting links I found while browsing the web over the past couple of weeks. If you are looking to boost your traffic or to learn more about promotion and SEO, you’ll like the links below.
A couple of years ago I run a survey to know more about my readers, and I was surprised to find that around 15% of them didn’t have a blog or website yet. They said they wanted to build one, but didn’t have any technical skills, so they were afraid to get web hosting, install WordPress and so on.
Below you’ll find an interview about PR I did with Murray Newlands, who is one of the most influential marketers and PR strategists online.
Picture this. You visit a blog post on “How to drive traffic to your blogs” that sounded very interesting. You are enjoying the read and spent about 5 minutes reading the post. Suddenly a pop-up appears and looks straight into your face, offering you a course that teaches you how to make money with affiliate marketing.
I always find interesting posts while browsing the web, and on this post I’ll share four quite useful pieces I found recently.
Are you struggling to increase your blog comments? We all want more comments to increase blog reputation. Unfortunately most bloggers find it really hard to get more comments.
Once your websites or online businesses start growing you’ll certainly find that managing all the information becomes quite a challenge on its own. Web analytics, email subscribers and delivery rates, affiliate marketing sales, revenue from your own products and assessing profits, customer support emails, and the list goes on.
Seemingly, everyone has a blog these days. Barney Stinson. My mother. And pretty much, every company out there. And really, this should be a good thing — but all too often, it seems as though bloggers lose sight of their initial vision and land in a place with little readership and little to offer.
It’s frustrating, isn’t it?
Knowing all of the things that you know and still not being able to take your blog to the next level. The level that’ll catapult you into “popular blogger” status.