Copyright Infringement – What Should You Do if Your Blog Post is Stolen?

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What started as a seemingly innocent looking pingback on one of my articles quickly turned into the discovery that someone had violated my copyright! They had stolen my entire article without giving me any credit at all. There was no mention of an author or of my blog. I honestly felt that I had been […]

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3 Steps to Protect Your WordPress Blog from Hackers

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Hackers like to target popular software programs. (Just ask anyone at Microsoft and they’ll agree.) There are WordPress plug-ins that you can install for additional security but there are also some basic steps that you can take to help decrease the chances of your WordPress blog from being hacked that don’t include installing plug-ins.

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Can Bloggers Learn a Lesson From Watching American Idol?

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Is American Idol really a talent search or has it turned into a popularity contest? At the end, when the season 10 winner is announced will the most talented and promising singer of the season emerge or will we be left with the most popular singer standing? Last night, as I was watching to see […]

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Google Panda and Website Load Times

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I taught a class over the weekend called “Marketing Websites & Blogs on a Shoestring”. (Yes, I’m aware that a blog is a website but not everyone is clear on that. So, to reach the most people and also include both keywords, I chose to call it that.) In class, I covered several topics including […]

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Tips for Optimizing Photos and Graphics for Your Blog

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This post may seem very basic for those of you who are experienced at blogging and maintaining a website but I’ve been surfing a lot lately and I’ve come across several blogs and websites that could use a few tips on optimizing photos and graphics for the web. So for those of you who are […]

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Treat Your Blog Posts Like Website Home Pages

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Your blog is a website. There’s nothing special or magical about it. The same basics for good website design apply. You need to drive traffic to your blog just as you would if you had a website for your business that didn’t include a blog. The main difference is that with a blog, each post […]

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2 Steps to Stalking the Popular Kids and Getting More Traffic

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Stalking is a pretty strong word to use here but it’s not a bad idea to get on someone’s radar screen. All of us have stumbled upon someone who is making an impact online. Maybe they have a healthy number of quality followers. Perhaps their tweets are retweeted so much it makes you envious. Wouldn’t […]

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Want Ideas to Promote a Niche Ecommerce Site With A Blog?

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This week someone left a comment about wanting to add a blog to an ecommerce site. He recognized that it would be a great way to help drive traffic to his website but he didn’t know what to blog about. His perception was that “it is so hard to build a blog for niche ecommerce […]

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Are You Struggling With Writing Your Next Blog Post?

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For a day and a half, I’ve been meaning to sit down and write/post a new article. I’ve been struggling between catching up on my “social networking” and sitting down and writing. It’s like the cartoon with the little devil on one shoulder and an angel on the other. My top “priority” (and I use […]

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Does CommentLuv Leak Link Juice? – Guest Post by Randy Pickard

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There has been some buzz lately from bloggers worried that CommentLuv leaks link juice. Researching this question became more than just an academic question for me, as I have been seriously considering about adding CommentLuv to my blog, Internet Marketing Remarks.

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