This is a guest post by Craig Watts.
For those new to blogging, the attraction of Adsense isn’t difficult to understand. It’s easy to get accepted, easy to install and easy to get paid regardless of what you are blogging about. As a result, it’s how most bloggers make their first dollar online.
While there’s nothing inherently wrong with monetizing a blog with Adsense, it’s important to be aware of the fact that Adsense isn’t the only game in town. And more importantly, the other options happen to pay a hell of a lot better. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Jacob Simpson.
Many small business owners believe that blogging is completely unnecessary. And many more believe that it’s an activity that’s both expensive and time consuming. Upon closer inspection however, both of these assumptions prove to be completely false.
Should you find yourself at the helm of a small business, it’s important to get all the facts before you rule out business blogging as a viable marketing strategy. Basing business decisions on false information is obviously never wise and this is no exception. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Vadim Kirichenko.
If you run a website or blog, then chances are that you want to try and get as much traffic as possible to your site and then keep your visitors there by showing them what they came to see and engaging them with your quality content. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Celina Rodger.
The days when law firms and agencies in similar niches could advertise exclusively via posters in the bus stop or the Sunday newspapers are long gone. Nowadays, lawyers require a lot more publicity to keep ahead of the competition and land those hefty contracts than they ever did before.
This is why the legal firm’s online presence is crucial for its survival and profitability. However, you cannot simply upload a half-baked website that includes minimalistic information and contact details and expect the traffic and prospects to start pouring in. Let’s examine the most important steps in SEO for legal agencies. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Mathew Clan.
Thanks to the rising and highly fluctuating gas prices, fleet managers find themselves in an unenviable situation. One of their major roles is to closely monitor the fuel expenses to control them. They may not succeed in controlling the fuel costs of their fleet unless they have the right information at the right time. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Chris Young.
When it comes to the smartest investment you can make, that is without a doubt investing in yourself. You are your biggest money making tool, and your biggest asset, and if you aren’t the best you can be then you’ll be missing out on money making opportunities. Investing in yourself can mean getting a new haircut which might help you to get a promotion, or it can mean just looking after your health so that you’re firing on all cylinders when you’re at work. Continue reading
This is a guest post by George Kent.
I see something strange happening and it could be costing a lot of people money. It all has to do with the logo. Everyone should have a nice logo because it’s what people associate with your website. As soon as they land on your site they should see it and feel safe because they are in the right place. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Clark Jones.
When you create a website Home page the chances are that you’re thinking of it as mostly a means of navigation for your website and a bit of fancy dressing to help make your product or service seem more polished and desirable. What you need to bear in mind though is that a website design can and should be much more than this. It can be a great way to market your business and can pull people in to read more about your business and what it offers. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Tom Koh.
If you freelance online, you are probably familiar with the many perks of the job. You get to work your own hours, work those hours wherever you want and you never have to force a single smile as all of your clients are on the other side of the world. It seems to me that the only downside of the job is that when you daydream, you don’t get paid. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Joel Smith.
Launched in March 2010, Pinterest has now grown to become one of the most popular social bookmark-sharing websites. Currently with an Alexa rank of 42, Pinterest has seen the community grow in leaps and bounds. The site that celebrated reaching 1.6 million members in September of 2011 grew sensationally to 11.5 million in only February. Interestingly enough, 82% of these users are women. But is Pinterest only targeted at women or does it offer features of interest to men as well? Continue reading