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  • 5 Killer WordPress SEO Plugins You Might Not Have Heard Of

    WordPress wouldn’t be such a resourceful and customizable CMS without such a diverse range of plugins. And there are quite a number of really good ones available these days, including very nifty SEO plugins. Now you might be wondering: but which ones are the best? Today I’m going to show you 5 killer yet not-so-popular WordPress SEO plugins.

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  • Create Credible Posts Every Time: How to Do Article Research

    A new blog is created every 7 seconds. Can you believe that? Even more mind blowing is that almost 3 million new posts are written every single day. Of course, many of these blogs flop or are quickly abandoned. Successful blogs, on the other hand, contain some common elements that make them reader friendly and very popular.

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  • 5 Easy Steps to Detect What WordPress Theme a Site is Using

    5 Easy Steps to Detect What WordPress Theme a Site is Using January 10, 2017 by Blog Herald Leave a Comment WordPress started off as just a simple, intuitive way of creating and managing a blog, but soon flourished into a huge platform where anyone, regardless of their programming skills, can create an entire website and run their own business.

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  • 4 Handy Resources to Make Tax Season Simpler

    Tax season is coming, and small business owners should start preparing now in order to save some stress. Because we know just how busy small business owners are, we have made sure to share simple tips that you won’t consider a hassle in themselves. Tax tips for bloggers 1. Purchase Tax Software Designed for Small Businesses Tax software – whether it be W-2 software or 1099 soft ...

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  • 7 Content Marketing Tips for First-Time Bloggers

    You may have heard of the many ways a well-conceived content marketing strategy can benefit a blog or business by helping you in developing valuable content, establishing yourself as an industry leader and generally improving the connection between you and your audience. Whilst content marketing may be the ideal method for bloggers to grow their readership and get a foothold i ...

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  • SEO and Small Businesses – Is It Worth It?

    You’ve heard it over and over: “You’ve got to have an awesome SEO strategy!” Why? Because everyone on the internet seems to be saying it. Here’s the truth… The random internet people are right this time. Sorry. You actually do need an awesome SEO strategy. We can say this because of the overwhelming proof. DATA: 3.5 billion searches are done on Google every day.

    The Blog Heraldin Paid Search SEO Mobile- 14 readers -
  • 30 Incredibly Useful Tools You Need to Grow Your Blog

    Tools help us achieve what we want to achieve. They help up do some faster. They help us build and communicate with our audience. They practically help us do everything. A lot of the time, though, it’s hard what tool to choose for whatever you want to do. Whether it’s to create blog content, drive traffic, or even make money.

    The Blog Heraldin Affiliate Social EMail- 14 readers -
  • What You Need to Know Before Becoming an Internet Entrepreneur

    While the myth of millennial entrepreneur – independent startup owner with a promising new app – is still alive and well, the truth is that this generation is on its way to becoming the least entrepreneurial generation in US history. The statistics are there to back it up. A Wall Street Journal analysis of data gathered by Federal Reserve reveals that the share of business owne ...

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  • Dead Simple Ways to Keep Your Best Blogging Ideas From Slipping Away

    All avid bloggers know that coming up with fresh ideas for content is one of the most challenging aspects of the trade. Sometimes you have to put in the legwork and do some research to find trending topics you can piggyback off of, while other times inspiration strikes you in the most random of moments.

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  • Don’t Fall Victim to the Content Overproduction Trap

    Every company asks this question at least once in regards to content marketing: How much content should we be producing to make a measurable impact? With hundreds of “gurus” in varying digital disciplines sharing 50 shades of gray area every day, it’s difficult to determine the right number for any company.

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  • Should You Add Live Chat to Your Blog?

    If you’ve been blogging for a while, you know that awesome content can lead to better SEO rankings, a bigger audience and money in your pockets. But, at the same time, producing all of that great content takes a lot of effort, so you want to get every bit of value out of your posts. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to do just that: Live Chat.

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  • Here’s Why Your Content is Struggling

    When websites and blogs struggle to generate value from the content they publish, it can be difficult to identify the reasons. However, just as any good doctor does when a patient exhibits symptoms of being unhealthy, it’s essential for you to study the signs and identify the root causes of your shortcomings.

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  • Cloud Hosting vs. Traditional Hosting: Why Hosting Your Blog in the Cloud Is Better

    Once you’ve made the decision to self-host your blog, you have a number of options to choose from. You could go the completely custom route and purchase a server and set up your own mini data center, but that’s probably more time consuming and complex than you need at this point. Or, in the more likely scenario, you can choose to go with a hosting provider.

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  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Never Compromise As a Freelancer

    It doesn’t really matter why you chose the non-traditional way of making money by freelancing. If you’re still doing it, you’ve definitely found out it’s a tough business. And one of the reasons is that employers often expect to find cheap services from people in need of money and with a lot of time on their hands – which is almost never the case.

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