In this uncertain economy, everybody is trying to find a way to earn extra money. We all love our blogs, but they add a bit of expense to the bottom line. If you can find a way to earn a little cash to pay the hosting bill, that helps, doesn’t it? These days you have a couple of different options to pay for your blogging endeavors. In this post I share some ways you can monetize your blog in a week!
Google patents can get quite technical and complicated. Seasoned SEO veterans might be able to decipher them but for beginners they are practically a bunch of gibberish. That’s why I have put up a compilation of a bunch of very useful tips from Google patents, strip them out off the jargons and geek-speak and put them up in a way that anyone literate can understand.
With that said, in this post you’ll find 10 SEO tips you can get from Google patents
Before I started blogging all I knew about SEO was it stands for Search Engine Optimization and it is a complex art of ranking your website higher in search results; that was it!
I knew some were making a handsome income doing SEO for their living; some good and some not so good. The thing about SEO is that you have to be careful whom you learn from as you don’t want to get caught in a sea of black hat SEO tricks.
You started your blog because you have something to say, and you want to share it with other people who might find it helpful, or interesting, or perhaps funny. Of course, you may be in it for the money, and that’s ok, but you still have to offer something of value to your readers, otherwise they will just leave and go somewhere else once they realize your blog’s content is subpar. Even if you’ve neglected that aspect, don’t worry, because help is at hand with these 11 power tools which will assist you to create brilliant content for your blog.
As a blogger and freelance writer, I discovered that I needed a good bookkeeping solution to help when the time came to do my taxes. Due.com is really the answer to the needs of a blogger who also freelances a bit on the side. It is an easier solution than anything else I have seen and yet it covers the needs that some other solutions miss (i.e. PayPal only).
Imagine this: Launch day has come. Over the past couple of weeks, you’ve been excitedly preparing for the launch of your blog, and today is the day. You wake up, rush to your computer, and quickly log on to your freshly launched blog, and….
Crickets. Nothing. Nobody leaving comments on your blog posts. Hardly any traffic at all. And your email service provider is showing a big fat zero where you wanted to see dozens of new subscribers. Your launch was a bust. That’s the nightmare, right? No blogger wants to experience a failure to launch.
Have you ever tried to boost your organic traffic and rankings for any keywords? If so, would you like to skyrocket your website’s search traffic without putting too much time and energy? Of course, you would. The primary goal of any website or blog is to bring more visitors from search engines, because search traffic…