When I posed the question “Do You Want to Consolidate Multiple Websites?”, I didn’t expect such clear lines to be drawn between people who strongly believe in maintaining separate niche sites and those who themselves are dealing with whether or not to combine WordPress blogs into one main site. While everyone wasn’t in total agreement, […]
When I first started blogging, (back in 2010), I struggled to get anyone to visit my blog – let alone comment. That’s a common problem and one that many (if not most) bloggers struggle with. I finally turned the corner and started building a solid following after implementing what I always refer to as my […]
If there’s really 27,000,0000 pieces of content being created daily, why would someone go to your blog? How can you write blog posts that make people subscribe to your content and share it? Of all the content marketing tools available to you, where do you start? In this week’s #FridayFinds, let’s take a look at […]
Once upon a time, all that a business had to do was to produce. Customers were called “consumers” then. Today, that term just won’t apply. No one consumes anything. Before customers patronize, they wield a huge list of expectations that businesses have to match up to.
This is not another website hosting review. If you’re interested in a review of GoDaddy, I suggest reading this GoDaddy Review. What I want to share with you today is this great infographic of 5 reasons that you should not use GoDaddy for hosting (which I found on Tom Jamieson‘s blog). Years ago, I hosted with GoDaddy (before they became […]
According to Google Webmaster Tools, keyword stuffing is defined as “the practice of loading a webpage with keywords or numbers in an attempt to manipulate a site’s ranking in Google search results”. They go on to say that it “results in a negative user experience, and can harm your site’s ranking”. So, how can we […]
After you’ve written that amazing content and before you press that “publish” button, every blogger should take a quick assessment of their post and be certain that it’s ready to go. What do I mean by ready to go? I’m referring to tweaking your article for the search engines (things like filling out meta tag […]
Did you know that the WordPress ADMIN user is a security vulnerability? Are you at risk of being a ping spammer? Here are 4 tips for new bloggers.