Good Friday morning! Here are the job board highlights from this week.
Have a great weekend!
Trusted Tech are looking an experienced computer / IT expert to write informative and interesting articles and how-to guides for their computer support / repair website, http://www.trustedtech.com.au. You’ll be writing about a variety of computer topics which relate to individuals and small businesses.
While it’s been said so many times that Google does not equate to the whole of the Internet, we all know just how much we rely on Google; and when it comes to Google Algorithm changes, online content creators, publishers, and bloggers all can’t help but think about how the changes will affect their sites.
Truth be told, we’ve been hit by Google penalties ourselves, and it is not always easy to bounce back from those hits. Good intentions when it comes to content and all, we have to pay attention to other factors that are taken into consideration when making Google algorithm changes. Read More
Last week, we talked about the slippery slope of plagiarism and how to avoid it. We mentioned using some tools that can let you know if your content is found elsewhere on the web (that is, you somehow wrote the same exact content as someone else). Alternatively, these tools can let you know if someone else has plagiarized your work.
One of these tools is ContentPlagiarismChecker.com, and they want to give BloggingPro readers the chance to try out their platform via this giveaway.
How does ContentPlagiarismChecker.com work?
Once you visit the home page, you can: Read More
There definitely isn’t a shortage of new bloggers entering the blogosphere to make a name for themselves. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, they are ready for success, making money with their blogs and entering the blogging fast lane. However, its not a fast lane for the majority of new comers since, now in 2014, it requires precise execution through knowledge of the best tactics and practices. The exact knowledge and science of which is not readily available. So many new bloggers unfortunately fail without the required guidance and support to get the job done.
The best solution I see for new bloggers is to immediately join a community and start networking with others who have more experience in their niche. Whether on other blogs or forums. This gives access directly to people who have “been there, done that” and as a new blogger, will quickly discover what works and filter out the rest. Read More
Designers are always on the lookout for resources and tools that can make their work easier, not to mention inspire them to take their designs to new levels. When it comes to finding inspiration and tools, there’s no better place to be than in a community of like minded people.
That’s where Inky Deals comes into the picture. Technically a deals web site for designers, Inky Deals has become one of the go to sites for many a designer. With a community encompassing more than 300,000 design enthusiasts, the site offers a host of premium resources at prices anyone can afford. From web designers to graphic designers, Inky Deals has made quite a lot of people happy with their offers. Read More
Last Friday of the month! How’d March go for you?
Anyhow, here are the job board highlights. Good luck!
Wearable Tech are looking for more bloggers to join their team at wearable.co.uk. Writers must be able to write high quality articles and have a knowledge of tech. There will be a mixture of generic posts and reviews.
Gone are the days of being completely reliant on a web developer for getting the most out of your website or blog design. To make any changes that affected design and functionality, one would almost always have to consult a developer or designer to get the job done. Or maybe you’re still in that boat. With the rise in availability of free and premium WordPress themes many non-developers have been able to easily launch respectable web presences.
Theme and plugin marketplaces such as Themeforest, Eleganthemes or Woothemes provide lots of quality themes to choose from with functions that seamlessly offer the average person, with a little heart, the ability to customize their website to a certain degree. Read More
The blog as we know it started off as a place where people could share their thoughts online or keep a running diary. In fact, its usefulness as a daily online log is what gave it its name: “Web-log” got shortened into just “blog,” and history was made. However, the blog has expanded into something more, and now is used by corporations and individuals to share with the entire social media universe what is happening with them or their company.
When businesses get involved in the blogosphere, they can make great strides in promoting their organization and interacting with their customers. However, there are some pitfalls to avoid when companies make a new blog and want their customers to read it and share it. Here are some key points that you’ll want to keep in mind when developing your corporate blog: Read More
It’s that time of the week again, when we can look forward to a short break. Got anything special planned?
Here are this week’s job board highlights before you take off for the weekend!
A company specializing in children’s formal wear like boys suits, boys tuxedos and flower girl dresses. They are looking for a blogger to write on a weekly basis. Each article will need to be around 400-500 keywords.
Plagiarism has been a longstanding issue, not only in the blogging scene, but also in the academe and in journalism. We cannot ignore the fact that writers draw inspiration from others. Even respected author Chuck Palahniuk has said, “Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I’ve ever known.”
There is a thin line between inspiration and plagiarism, but where do you draw the line? As a blogger, you might not even be aware when you may be committing plagiarism. There is so much information to be had, with practically everything at your fingertips. How do you know you are drawing inspiration from the works of others and not merely copying?