Posts Tagged ‘guest blogging’

How to Convert Your Website Visitors into Buyers

Want to know what turns a website visitor into a product buyer? There are many facets to selling online, especially if you use a sales funnel. Here you will discover all you need to know to start converting web visitors into buyers. You do it by managing their expectations, gaining their confidence, and getting them…

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9 Productivity Hacks for Creative Bloggers

If you are your own boss and work from home writing your blog, productivity might be a common issue in your life. Not that it doesn’t affect people with a 9-to-5 job. But if your bed isn’t that far, and there isn’t anyone in your case, it is easier to lose track of what you…

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Why You Shouldn’t Newsjack

I don’t care what David Meerman Scott says. (If you don’t know, he wrote the book on newsjacking. Literally, wrote the book.) Thou shalt not newsjack. Thus have I spake. Before we talk about why you, specifically you — no offense — shouldn’t newsjack, let us first invoke the Internet’s favorite corollary to the Golden…

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The Best Ways to Go About Off-Site SEO

Over time, businesses have learned why they need to engage in search engine optimization to beat out the competition. You can find a large volume of content out on the web about keywords, techniques, and SEO strategy, and the range of opinions has made managing SEO at a tactical level all the more confusing. But with all the advice and…

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How to Drive Website Traffic Without Advertising

Today we offer you a guest post courtesy of Eve Haugen, on behalf of QuickSEOResults. Enjoy the guest post. I did not launch my website. I let it drift into the great ocean of the internet, barely causing a ripple. This was poor planning on my part. I regularly updated my content and kept it…

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16 Free Marketing Tactics For Promoting Your Business

With all the talk about bootstrapping and growthhacking, it has become clear that more of us want to self-fund our businesses at least in the early stages of building them out. In the old days, you mostly had to pay to advertise for any marketing benefits to come your way. Today, though, we have a…

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Citations and Brand Mentions: Implied Links for SEO

In the wake of several iterations of the Google Penguin penalties and a recent assault on guest blogging, marketers and webmasters worldwide express confusion and concern over the state of link building in 2014. Link building is no longer a simple volume focused activity. Now, a range of factors impact success, as well as risk…

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SEO Myths: Theme of the Week

I spend a ton of time online educating myself about the latest SEO trends, reading materials from the thought leaders, and running experiments myself to figure out whether or not the discourse is on point or not. Curiously enough, I happened upon two brand new items today focused on SEO Myths. Let’s take a moment…

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Guest Blogging Is Not Dead

The blogosphere, message boards, and forums have been up in airs this week after Matt Cutts (Head of Webspam, Google) posted on his personal blog that “guest blogging is done.” Before you read the rest of this post, take a look at the blog post in question: The decay and falling of guest blogging for…

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