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  • WordPress Problems: 7 Crucial Things You Should Never Do with WordPress

    Did you know that 19% of the web is run by WordPress? It’s a fantastic content management system, but it is possible to make mistakes, some of which could even be damaging to your business. We use WordPress on our site because it’s reliable and we’ve had very few problems. I love the plugin architecture where you can easily extend the basic functionality through paid or free plugins.

    Ian Cleary/ RazorSocialin Blogging- 6 readers -
  • 5 Ways to Crush Your Competition with SEMRush

    Your competitors are beating you badly in search results, what are you going to do about it? How much research do you do on your competitors? Do you want to analyze the areas where they are doing better than you online? Do you know which of their posts are driving them the most traffic? There are some great tools out there to help with this research and one of them is SEMRush.

    Ian Cleary/ RazorSocial- 8 readers -
  • The New Klout: Here the Latest Improvements

    What is your Klout Score? Are you obsessed with reaching the 100 score or you have never heard of it? Let’s consider the ways Klout measures your online influence, based on the latest novelties introduced. A few days ago, Klout has introduced this feature : it provides a stream of suggested content, tailored on each user based on their own interests.

    Erik Emanuelli/ 20 readers -
  • How To Directly Improve Your Opt-in Form Conversions

    Newsletter programs like Mailchimp make split-testing your opt in forms extremely easy, but what exactly should you be testing? And how can you create a really compelling opt-in form to start with? To help you to answer all of these questions, let us take a look at many real-life examples of several opt-in forms together with suggestions on how they can be improved instantly.

    TheMillionairesLifein EMail How To's- 4 readers -
  • 5 Rules for Making Clickworthy Display Ads & Tapworthy Mobile Ads

    This is a guest post by Danielle Forget, Marketing Coordinator at WhatRunsWhere. Online dating has come a very long way over the past two decade. It has gone from being looked at as ‘desperate’ and ‘totally unsafe’, to one of the most common and successful ways to start a romantic relationship.

    Tom Fang/ iPyxel Creations- 6 readers -
  • Colombia and ASW Recap

    What’s going on guys? It’s been ages since I’ve written (actually since my last Colombia trip in August). I wanted to do a quick recap of my second trip to Colombia. This time I put together sort of a mastermind / vacation with a few affiliates that I know personally and work with. December was a really great time to visit, considering the weather was way nicer than it was in ...

    Rohail Rizvi/ Rohail Rizviin Affiliate- 11 readers -
  • 5 ways to To Find Your Focus and stay focused(No.1 is my favourite)

    By Abdul Rehman,Sign up HERE 5 ways to To Find Your Focus and stay focused(No.1 is my favourite) Try to Find your Focus Are you struggling to find your focus and stay focused as a blogger and Marketer? Do you want to learn how to how to find your focus and stay focused?if your answer is yes to both of these questions then this article is going to be very important to you be ...

    Abdul Rehman/ Passion Bloggerin Blogging- 10 readers -
  • Social Buzz Club Webinars Are Smoking Hot #sbzclub

    I joined the Social Buzz Club 2 years ago after seeing one of my blog posts Retweeted with the hashtag #sbzclub. At the time, I had no idea what the hashtag represented but since the retweet came from an Influential Tweeter my curiosity was piqued. Some of you might be familiar with the Social Media Maven known as Ching Ya.

    Basic Blog Tipsin Social- 20 readers -
  • Evolving Google Search Algorithms

    When I'm looking for something at a search engine, I will often start out with a particular query and then depending upon the kinds of results I see I often change the query terms I use. It appears that Google has been paying attention to this kind of search behavior from people who search like me.

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Seain SEO Google- 11 readers -
  • An SEO Wedding Break

    This is probably the first time and the last time we’re going to ever have this. I hope you don’t take this in the wrong way, but I’ll have to take a break. It’s my wedding day tomorrow! I’ve been writing for SEO Hacker since April of 2010. I don’t write much – just once a week. But I try to deliver the best content I can. When I come back, we’ll continue on our SEO start-up series.

    SEO Hacker Blogin SEO- 23 readers -
  • Guest Post: Alex From Hyper6 on POF Landing Pages & Ads that Worked for Him

    The Internet marketing world changes quickly and constantly, there is no denying that. There are a countless number of gurus out there preaching simple tricks to make money online and new, guaranteed ways to ensure cash pours out of your disk drive. But the truth is that there isn’t always some brand new revolution nor it is making money online all about cracking some secret code.

    Ads.pof.comin Affiliate- 45 readers -
  • Announcing the Epic Guide to Google Authorship (Get It Free)

    Newsflash: There are big changes coming to the way Google looks at your content. Instead of just looking at what you say, they’re also starting to study who you are – your expertise, your friends, your influence, not only on your own site, but on every page across the web. If you’re an authority, your content will get a boost to its rankings, regardless of where you publish it.

    Jon Morrow/ Boost Blog Trafficin Content Google- 11 readers -
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