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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7 Time-Saving Tips For The WordPress Bloggers

Are you so busy in these days? It has to be if you’re blogging part time. Job, family, friends, leisure, oh gosh! How can you blog in such short time? The answer is relatively “YES”. Blogging is not the matter of time; it is moreover tactical, skillful. 2-3 hours a day will be enough for […]

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15 Essential Metrics for Webmasters and Internet Marketers

I am a big fan of measuring and tracking things. Sure, I admit it’s a pain to collect the data and analyze it, but I know how important it is to my business, or pretty much to any of my endeavors (e.g., losing weight, getting better at a sport, and so on).

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Win a WP Theme with the TemplateMonster Giveaway

It’s time for a new TemplateMonster giveaway. This time we’ll be giving out 3 licenses to any WordPress theme on their website. If you are looking for a new theme for your blog or website, read on.

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5 Websites with Great Landing Pages

A landing page is basically a point of entrance to your website. It is where visitors will “land.” As you can guess, the landing page is very important, as if you fail to engage those new visitors you might lose them forever. If you have an efficient landing page, on the other hand, you will capture the interest of those visitors and possibly turn them into loyal visitors, subscribers or customers.

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Are You Optimizing Your Conversion Rate?

While increasing your traffic is a guaranteed way to boost your sales and earnings, it’s not the only way to do it, and frequently it’s not the easiest way either. In fact if you keep your traffic constant but increase the conversion rate of that traffic, your overall sales and earnings will increase.

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Check Out the Personal WordPress Theme

Quite frequently I receive emails from readers who want recommendations of WordPress themes and templates. If you are in this same position and are looking for a new design for your site or blog, I recommend that you check out a WP theme called Personal Blog Wordpress Theme.

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10 Tips About Local SEO

Local SEO can be very profitable, yet most bloggers and webmasters ignore it. If you are not familiar with the term, it refers to optimizing your website or application to search queries that have a strong local component. For instance, if someone searches for “good dentist”, Google will assume that the person is looking for a good dentist close to his or her location, and will therefore adapt the search results to that constraint.

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