Essential Chrome Extensions For Link Builders

by Wayne Barker January 31st, 2013

Whenever I see a post about tools or extensions or plugins I always wonder whether the writer actually uses all of them or whether they have just Google'd and compiled. With this in mind I though I would share the Chrome extensions or tools that I use on a regular basis, ones that I know […]

How to Write Headlines

by Linda Stacy January 31st, 2013

The headline is a critical component of writing, but we often spend little time crafting it. Pretty much everything you write online requires one, and some of what you write is nothing more than a headline. Here are some tips to help you write better headlines. First and foremost a perfect headline serves its primary […]

Gone are the days with firms having a single web site for all business purposes. With the advancement of e-commerce technologies, it becomes all the more important for businesses to upgrade their online offerings and reap the benefits. One such platform that has been making waves is Magento. It's a multi-purpose and all-in-one e-commerce solutions […]

Evergreen content is the perfect form of link building for providing consistent, long-term results. The large majority of link building techniques such as guest posting and directory submissions are simply one-time events that can be extremely effective, but are limited in their ability to create more than 1-2 links per post or submission. Evergreen content […]

How To Really Be Less Reliant On Google Search Traffic

by Lyena Solomon January 29th, 2013

Do you have Google Search Traffic? Of course, you do. It is likely to be the main source of traffic to your website. Are you nervous that you are so heavily invested in one source of traffic? We all are. Regardless of our feelings, it is unwise to ignore Google. It has 67% of search […]

If you don't know ubersuggest, click the link & bookmark this tool. It might come in handy in the future. You can use it for many things: Find negative keywords for your PPC campaigns Find relevant keywords for your keyword research Get a good idea what people look for, especially combinations of keywords But do […]

7 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts More Readable

by Unmana Datta January 28th, 2013

Do us all yourself a favor and make your blog posts easier to read, okay? How, you ask? I'm happy to tell you! 1: Break It Up No one reads anymore: we skim. So give us headings and bulleted or numbered lists. Give us headings as numbered lists. Give us short paragraphs and sentences. Use […]

A Blueprint Action Plan To Really Start Using Analytics

by Marcela De Vivo January 28th, 2013

Perhaps you think you're already tapping into all the knowledge available to you through Google Analytics. You know how to determine site visitors, referrals, what keywords are bringing traffic to your site and what are the most popular landing pages. Most likely you are working to reduce your bounce rate and may have even performed […]

Conversions For Sites That Don't Sell Anything

by Kimberly Krause Berg January 25th, 2013

When we see the word "conversions" in online marketing articles most of us think it refers to turning inbound web traffic into increased financial revenue.  What if you don't sell anything? Back in the days before the word "conversion" became all the rage for search and social marketers and web site designers, just turning on […]

10 Things We Didn't Know A Week Ago [Week 04]

by Ruud Hein January 25th, 2013

Google's Knowledge Graph is 570 million references large and has 18 billion cross-references. The project is designed to answer the most popular tens of millions of queries. (The Guardian) 0.0086 percent of the world is famous if you divide Wikipedia's list of 600 thousand+ living people by the global population of 7,059,837,187. (Wired via The […]