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Re-Purpose Your Content on These Massive Authority Sites

Re-Purpose Your Content on These Massive Authority Sites

Simply posting your blog posts to your blog isn’t enough to get the traffic “snow ball” rolling. This is especially true if you’re just starting out, and trying to grow your reader base.  You will need to proactively go out there and get your content noticed.  In this post I want to share a very […]

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The Importance of PageRank for Your Blog

The Importance of PageRank for Your Blog

I’m sure that most avid bloggers are aware of the term “PageRank”, but what does it mean? Why is it important in the blogging realm? PageRank is a term specific to Google and what it is, is essentially a number indicating the “weight” of a webpage based on how many links there are across the […]

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A Risky SEO Practice along with its Alternative Methods

A Risky SEO Practice along with its Alternative Methods

If you are striving to accomplish the revenue goals from your online business with your website through SEO, then you better be aware of all the crucial SEO “Don’ts” that if not adhered to can potentially land you up in big trouble. Here in this post I have discussed one of the most unethical or […]

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Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Google Plus

Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Google Plus

A lot of people have never actually heard of Google plus, and for those who have they have no idea what they can do with it. Google plus is similar to a social networking website. It is fused with a myriad of different Google services designed to enhance user experience. Industry experts say that they […]

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10 Things to Do Every Day to Build Your Social Media Presence

10 Things to Do Every Day to Build Your Social Media Presence

Many of us engage in social media every day in some way, shape or form, whether for business or personal. When you use social media for business, especially if you’re just starting out and not able to hire a part-timer or freelancer whose job it is to handle your social media, carving out time to handle it on your own can amount to 90 minutes spent responding and re-tweeting.

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