Archives for November 2011

What You Need To Know About Copyrights

For most of us, we know some of the basic concepts of copyright, especially when it comes to text. When we post on our blog, we need to post original content. It’s more than just a method to ensure good SEO results, it’s also the law, meaning that you can’t just pull off an article […]

5 Strange Lessons Bloggers Can Learn from Sports

I’ll admit it. I’m not much of a sports fan. I can’t recall the last time I went to a sporting event live and the last time I watched a game of any sport all the way through on TV was about two years ago. However, this doesn’t mean that sports don’t have a great […]

What To Avoid When Doing SEO By Yourself

If you have made the decision as an individual or a small business person to perform the quite arduous task of search engine optimization by yourself, there are definitely some things that you should take into consideration to maximize your efforts. There are some tried-and-true methods of search engine optimization that definitely work, and there […]

Nov. 29 Is ‘Pay A Blogger Day’ So Buy Your Favorite Writer A Drink

Today is the perfect time of the year to pay your favorite blogger for their hard work and dedication to the fields they cover. Dubbed ‘Pay A Blogger Day’ by startup Flattr. Flattr is a micropayments website that allows users to purchase tokens which they can then use to pay bloggers small amounts of money […]

Breaking Up With Your Search Engine Optimization Company

When it comes to both personal and professional relationships, you can run into difficulties and sometimes your differences are so vast you should go your separate ways. The same can be said of search engine marketing. The right partnership can create a wonderful online advertising campaign that manifests itself in high traffic, higher page ranks, […]

Is It Necessary To Have a Blog for Affiliate Marketing?

A blog is a platform with the help of which you can share your ideas regarding different issues with various types of people. In your blogs you should discuss about the topics that is relevant to your audience. This will help you gain the trust of the audience and you’ll find that people are looking […]

Blogging Pro Job Board Highlights (November 21 – 25)

How did Thanksgiving go? Were you able to eat all your favorite Thanksgiving food? I hope that you didn’t get too full and now have to suffer a tummy ache. Before you end a wonderful week, here are the highlights of this week’s job board. While there may be fewer listings than usual this week, […]

5 Blogging Faux Pas You Might Be Making

Blogging is an inherently social activity, just one that happens to be done with millions of other people all across the globe. As with any social activity, there are social norms that develop and pertain to the way that bloggers interact with one another. These aren’t necessarily laws (though there is some relationship when you […]

Five Simple Steps for Local SEO

Local business owners across the country have been struggling with the recession. It isn’t easy to maintain a healthy business when people don’t have the money to spend, and you don’t have the advertising dollars to get yourself out there. In our technology driven world there are a few advantages that business owners have started […]

How To Link Bait Without Alienating Your Reader Base

New website owners and owners of struggling properties will often try just about anything in order to bring visitors to their websites. One of the most common practices is the “art” of “link baiting” in which an articles title is designed in such a way as to attract readers based off grandiose statements and incorrect […]