In the crazy rush to get fresh new content out to potential readers, many bloggers often find themselves in a very stressful position. Creating unique, hard hitting content is not easy work and depending on the niche you’re targeting, a “shot-gun blast” kind of approach may be killing both you and your blog’s potential.
Broad niches and categories like online money making ideas, web design, blogging tools or social media marketing are heavy subjects. It’s difficult to be competitive when there’s just so much information already available for consumption. There’s a good chance that whatever you decide to write, has already been covered really well by a major blogger. So how do you stand out from the crowd? And how do you keep true to yourself as a writer and stay on point in niches that seem to be saturated? Read More
I hope everyone’s having a great morning. Here are the job board highlights from this week. Have a relaxing weekend!
A gifting website is looking for a talented, creative and clever writer who can contribute 1 originally written article (800 words) per month. You can not include affiliate links or information you will personally benefit from in your blog posts.
New versions of mobile operating systems always excites users for a variety of reasons, not the least of which are the improvements that are supposed to come with them. On the other hand, app developers have the issue of needing to consider the different versions when creating their apps.
Needless to say, in the case of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) was a major update that was welcomed by practically everyone. Sure, developers had more to take into consideration, especially the fact that they would want to take advantage of what Ice Cream Sandwich has to offer while continuing to maintain compatibility with older versions. Read More
Editor’s Note: This post was written by David Carreras, teacher at National Technological University, online programmer, and Co-founder of PrecioSeguro, specialized in marketing and passionate about mobile technology.
Developing content for startups is totally different from developing it in any other context. When establishing a startup, there are two characteristics that will strongly define our strategy.
In the first place, an entrepreneurship has highly scarce resources; that is to say, that the possibility of hiring an agency or a third party to develop our content is not feasible. We, as founders, should be the ones who implement this strategy.
Additionally, we should profit from our competitive advantage at all times, as the famous American entrepreneur and investor Paul Graham says: “The best founders are the ones created by founders who are passionate about their projects.” That’s the key to make the content that we offer be excellent, and we should profit from that factor.
Based on this unique context that a startup builds on the two pillars I’ve just mentioned, I will share what we did on our online project and how it was implemented at the content strategy level. Read More
So you’ve acted on your vision and goals and launched your WordPress blog. Your creative juices are flowing, you’re publishing like a mad man, or mad woman, you’re sharing and connecting on social networks and making a name for yourself online. Great job, you’re on your way to the top! You’ve found a formula you can trust to help grow your online business, creating a solid online reputation and walking through the doors of success – all from the comfort of your home or office. No need to face anyone; you can just sit there in your pajamas and do your thing.
This is all amazing and WordPress is definitely a publishing platform with the greatest impact on individualizing online publishing and is driving the revolution of content marketing. Alternatively, I’m sure you’ve noticed that success online is becoming much more difficult, yet thankfully at the same time, no less rare. Read More
Over the past few years, Content Delivery Networks (CDN) have become increasingly popular and affordable as websites owners seek new ways to increase speed and improve security. In as few words as possible, CDN’s help to distribute your website’s content across the globe to ensure that wherever your visitors may be, your website can be loaded from a data center fairly close to their location. The closer website data centers are to your users, the faster websites will load for them. Therefore, a user in Australia trying to access a website hosted in the UK will load slower than one hosted nearby within the same continent or region. CDN’s eliminate the distance issue.
With all the hype and popularity that these systems have garnered, many site owners rushed to try out the many services on offer by providers on the web. Some experiences were great, some disappointing and others didn’t notice any differences in their site’s loading time. These mixed experiences are the result of a lack of information regarding one’s particular need of the service, how to implement it and what to expect. Read More
We’re at the half-way mark this month. How are your jobs going?
Here are more job board highlights to keep you busy. Have a great weekend!
Adopt a Highway are looking to add 3 people to their freelance content blogging group. They have some of the topics already identified and are looking for quality writers to flesh them out. The average word length they are looking for is around 1000 words or so. They are looking for content that highlights the outdoor advertising industry.
So you’ve got awesome content. Why isn’t everyone commenting on it and sharing it? Why isn’t it filling up Facebook feeds like the content of Buzzfeed, Viralnova, and Upworthy? What are you doing wrong? Why isn’t your awesome content going viral?
Truth be told, the use of the word “viral” in its current tech-related form is getting old. Sometimes, one even wishes that “viral” simply meant something related to health concerns; but those days are gone, and it’s content going viral that all online content creators want to happen.
If you’re been frustrated because you know that you are creating awesome content but you’re not getting the reach that you want, here’s an infographic that may help you go in the right direction.
It’s 2014 and the barriers to launching a successful business online is no less than shattered. With the continuous development and introduction of amazing tools designed to empower the average person with a dream, your prospects for earning online and growing your business have never been better.
PrestaShop 1.6 is the latest version of a free open-source e-commerce software designed to empower anyone willing to launch an online store. Whether you’re running a large retail outlet or a basic, startup online store. As an online retailer, all your needs are met from the technical aspects to the management and accounting of your business. You’re going to surprised at the level of details and options available within this free e-commerce software.
The setup and launching process is broken down into 3 overall steps, simplifying your workflow from concept to market.
Skip the Technical Details & Launch in Mere Minutes
One of the most beneficial characteristics of PrestaShop for your business is the fact that it is open-source, which means there’s no cost to acquire and update the software, and it is available pre-packaged with partnered web hosting companies such as InMotion and BlueHost. Their web hosting partners offer free one-click installation of PrestaShop 1.6 within your hosting account. Saving you hours of configuration time and potential troubleshooting, especially if you’re not technically inclined.
Time to Install with a partner web host provider: 15 – 20 minutes Read More
Internet security is the only topic on the web that I can predict will always be in the headlines as long as mankind and internet technologies exist. As we take exponential leaps and bounds in technological advancements, security is an issue that is always there to keep us busy. An increased number of our most valuable assets are gradually being transferred online in the form of private data, financial information and general web presences and the opportunities for exploitation by scammers and thieves increase. Our reliance on the web can potentially be our greatest downfall. Especially those of us who are not prepared.
As you search the web you’ll find a plethora of articles on how to secure your WordPress blog but you won’t find articles that point out the overall evolution of online threats and the fact that exploits and attack maneuvers are becoming tremendously complex and smarter and WordPress sites are at great risk. Keeping your WordPress installation up to date, tweaked and cleaned won’t cut it for total security. Read More