Setting up your company and going through the process of branding it may seem like a difficult thing to do for people from all around the world, but the truth that is once you get the hang of it, branding with the use of social media can turn out to be quite easy to handle from all the points of view.
You probably know TemplateMonster, the leading online marketplace for HTML templates, CMS themes and so on. What you might not know is that they often release free web design resources, so it’s worth a look to keep an eye on their website and blog.
Whenever you start a new online project one of the first things you’ll need to handle is the domain name. You have basically two options here: to buy an available domain or to buy an existing domain from its current owner. The second option might be better for serious projects, as you’ll be able to find better domains if you consider existing ones.
As you probably know, RankPay is the company that pioneered the performance-based SEO service model.
That is, if you become a client you’ll only pay if and when you start ranking well for your targeted keywords.
There are many people who contact me asking for help to get their first website or blog off the ground. Unfortunately I don’t have time to help all, but I always try to point them in the right direction.
Let’s face it.
Creating killer content is hard. Very hard.
Dig facts out of your brain. Find unique ways to present information. Create posts every week.
A couple of days ago I came across an interesting community idea: it’s called MyBlogU, and it basically works as a platform to connect like-minded bloggers and content marketers online.
This year has probably created what we know to be the most fertile soil for the SEO industry. And while many still subscribe to old practices the paradigm has shifted rather dramatically. SEO, now taken as an industry that tightly interlinks with all other marketing sectors, can be applied in various verticals and through plethora of fields.
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.