Google is constantly innovating and updating the performance of their Google Chrome Browser. The changes seem to sneak up on us like a thief in the night at times catching us off guard an unaware. Quite often the updates to Google Chrome are very subtle and have little impact on our day to day web surfing experience. Then there are times when a more radical change comes along that gets our attention and not always in a good way. In the post I’ll share the secrets to stay on top of the changes on Google Chrome and make you a Power User in record time.
Blogging and Internet Marketing is a minefield! Here are some must have tools that will enable more effective attraction, engagement and conversion. When I started my own business helping others improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their sales and marketing I was confident in my ability to market to my audience, manage the sales process and ultimately sell my services. What I overlooked was that a large part of my business was being done online, and this was a fairly new concept to me. As it is to most of us!
You set up a blog. The design is great, your selected niche is perfect, but … visitors just won’t start rolling in?! Why is that? Thing is, you need to also do SEO. Yeah, I know what you may say. You’re already building links and doing a whole lot of other sorts of things. What you may have not done is making sure that your WordPress site is properly fine-tuned in terms of on-page SEO and your WordPress setup in general. It goes without saying that building links is a primal must for every single blogger, but at the same time you may be leaving money on the table just because your WordPress is not setup as it’s supposed to be. Why not get the biggest bang possible for your buck? That’s exactly what the post is about.
I’m a long time fan and supporter of Scoop.it and quite honestly I think it’s the best content curation platform available on the web today. Scoop.it took the initiative to gather together a select group of people who they knew they could count on to provide honest and unselfish feedback. These folks are on top of their game when it comes to content curation and they are passionate and committed to surfacing the most relevant, useful ideas for the topics they care about most.
Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo have crafted what just might be the perfect social sharing community on Triberr. That says a lot coming from a self-proclaimed Social Media Diva like myself. I’m not going to go into a lot about why I didn’t embrace Triberr when they first launched the site back in 2011 because that’s old news and honestly – who cares about that. It’s water under the bridge and this isn’t about about the history of Triberr and how it has developed into the killer social media app that it is today. But, here’s what I do want to talk about. The state of Triberr today, as I see it and how can it benefit you as a blogger, podcaster, or content marketer.
Twitter is one of the world’s biggest social networks and it’s a powerful platform that can be leveraged to send your blog a lot of highly targeted traffic. But there’s always been a limitation of using only 140 characters in your Tweets. The 140 character limit doesn’t give enough of the space we often need to promote our blog posts. You can only enter a line or two and a link to promote your content. We are allowed a lot more characters for Facebook, and Google+, to share a longer snippet of our content which provides a lot more information to our potential readers. Twitter users have needed more space for a long time and now Twitter has finally responded by introducing Twitter Cards.
Since I uploaded my first YouTube video 4 years ago, I’ve been able to rack up over 150,000 views on my channel. When you consider the fact that all of my videos are geeky tutorials and most of them appeal to a tiny segment of the huge demographic of the typical YouTube audience, I’m quite pleased with that achievement. If you want to get serious about having a successful YouTube channel you need to go beyond just using good titles, tags, descriptions, captions, thumbnails and annotations. Of course all of those things are important. I encourage you to go a little deeper and you’ll see that it will pay off in the long run.
Blog promotion is one of my favorite things to do as a blogger, next to creating content. Of course, I don’t engage in or particularity like all blog promotion tactics, especially the ones involving monotonous, tedious tasks that don’t substantively aid in the longevity of my blog traffic. If I’m going to put time into blog promotion, I’m going to make sure that my efforts have “sticking” power! In this post I want to share with you a simple system that I follow to ensure that I’m always actively taking daily actions toward promoting my blog.
Blog Engage is a popular blogging community of bloggers that share content with one another! With the Platinum membership Blog Engage will help market and distribute your content on Blog Engage, Facebook, Twitter, Empire Avenue, LinkedIn and more. You can see the details of our Syndication programs here, Blog Engage Syndication Services.
I want to share with you today about choosing the correct target audience between the users on Facebook and Google+.I am the owner of That Gaming Critic. My niche would be somewhere along the lines of electronics and gaming. I’ve been trying to find where my correct target audience hangs out on different social media networks. I wanted to find out what types of people are using these social media platforms and how I can benefit my business by gearing my time by focusing on one platform.
So, you have written your guest post and you then decide to submit it to a big blog. Unfortunately, your post is rejected and you feel bummed. If you feel that you have been rejected for nothing, you should check these following points first before sending criticism back to the blogger who rejected your post:
If you go to the search engine and type in your personal name what are you going to find? Hopefully a ton of results for YOU and your site properties. Of course this might be easier said than done depending on what your name is. If you have the same name as a celebrity or other well known figure it might not be so easy, but you still want to rank as much as you can.
Your YouTube channel page acts as your Home Page on YouTube. Now you wouldn’t think of not putting up a banner on your blog’s Home Page would you? The goal behind the One Channel concept is to make the design more responsive giving it a more attractive and uniform look across different computer monitors and mobile devices.