Freelance writing has never been as popular as it is these days. After all, there is such a huge demand for writers who can provide quality content – both online and offline. The online realm is, understandably, booming, and while there are lots of opportunities, the competition is also rather stiff.
Of course, you can always find writing jobs that will bring you a little bit of money. If, however, you want to be more serious about your freelance writing career and rely on it as your main source of income, you have to be able to stand out and get the higher paying jobs. Read More
How was the first week of December for you? Are you all done with your Christmas shopping?
If you’re more focused on looking for jobs, here are the job board highlights from this week. Good luck!
Blast Analytics & Marketing is an analytics and digital marketing agency that’s been in business for 14 years. They are looking for an experienced, passionate, and well-rounded team member who can contribute his expertise in content strategy and optimization, and has an insatiable desire to continually learn, grow and master new skills.
Bloggers, by nature, are curious and innovative people. At least that’s how I like to think. Of course, there will always be exceptions, but when bloggers get creative, some pretty good magic goes into action. And with crowdfunding comes into the picture, there are almost no limits as to what can be achieved.
Kickstarter is the first thing that probably comes to mind when crowdfunding is mentioned, which is only understandable what with how many projects it has helped launch. With the number of successfully funded projects, people now have many options to buy Kickstarter products.
If you’re looking for something blogging-related, or maybe you want a spark of inspiration, check out these Kickstarter projects. Read More
There is no question about the fact that e-mail marketing will be an ever effective medium to build a space online. It is a proven, effective technique that promises high returns on your investments. Mails promoting various brands are frequently found in our e-mail inbox. The number of mails landing in inboxes is increasing everyday.
E-mail tops the list of active accounts and users with 2.9 billion in 2012. The number of active e-mail accounts is three times the users of Facebook and Twitter combined at that time. The total posts on Facebook when added with tweets is just 0.2% of the number of e-mails sent each day (excluding spam mails). Thus the growing importance of social media will not lead to decrement in the importance and use of e-mail. Nor will e-mail marketing be much affected by increase in marketing activity on social networks. The DMA report says that the ROI of e-mail marketing is 4000%. The key factors behind the success of e-mail marketing are:
Since the early 2000s, the Internet has become a vital part of doing business. As each year passes, it becomes more and more essential for marketing, advertising, and promoting brand awareness.
Some companies have actually eliminated their offline presence because it was cheaper and more efficient to become solely web-based.
With this in mind, it’s no wonder that Internet marketing strategies have changed every year. What was once “in” for web marketers is now old hat, and every professional is looking for the “new wave” of marketing to help him or her promote clients’ companies and websites.
In 2013, a few Internet marketing strategies proved to be supremely effective. Here’s a survey of some of the best. Read More
How was Thanksgiving? I’m sure you’re all set for Black Friday, so here are some jobs that can help you recoup your earnings.
Have a great weekend!
What does nerd mean to you? If you can answer this with passion and honesty, and you can write about different kinds of nerds and what they like, then you might be the one TheNerdyBomb is looking for.
Today on the Internet, standing out is harder than ever, but it is more important than ever in today’s hyper competitive market. If you can build a website that is designed in a way that is attractive to both people and search engine algorithms, you can increase your rankings on various search engines, including Google.
Whether you’re designing a simple 3-page introduction site to a site for a corporation with hundreds or even thousands of pages, each site must have a number of particular design elements in place so it will be able to fully benefit from launching an SEO campaign. Here are some tips to keep in mind when designing or refining a website for higher search engine rankings.
Blogging has become one of the most common ways for people to express themselves and let their opinions be heard. Sometimes, it seems as if almost everybody you know has a blog, in addition to all the major companies you follow through your social networking. For some people, their blogs have basically become public, interactive journals. Others have made their blogs more professional, in hopes of connecting with people of their desired profession.
While the reason behind blogging is different for every person/company who becomes involved in it, one aspect of blogging is universal: you want people to see your work. Read More
Responsive WordPress themes are all the rage these days, and rightly so. While not everyone might be joining the responsive design bandwagon, there is a strong case to be made for this school of thought. After all, with people gaining access to the Internet using devices of all shapes and sizes (well, maybe not shapes, but definitely sizes), a web site owner has to do what he can to ensure that the viewing experience is pleasant across the board.
That’s where responsive design comes into the picture.
If you are looking to tweak your blog so that you can present a responsive experience to your readers, let us help you by showcasing some of the best responsive WordPress Themes from ThemeForest, one of the hottest sources of themes today. ThemeForest offers a wide selection, from Parallax WordPress Themes to Joomla templates. Read More
When the Internet first took off among ordinary computer users, businesses were slow to react. Many of the largest businesses were caught flat footed, unable to even secure a good domain name or communicate effectively with their customers. We probably all recall the days when businesses were asked: “Do you have a website?”. This was followed by the SEO gold rush as businesses fought their way to the top of Google by hook or by crook, and now in the post Panda and Penguin world we know that content marketing is the next “big thing”.
The same pattern is now repeating itself in the new Web 2.0 world. While many businesses recognize the importance of social media, few know how to use this new medium to communicate with customers, build brand loyalty and set themselves apart from the competition. Read More