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How to monetize Blogging

| Blogging Tips | November 10, 2015

There are various ways on how to monetize the passion of Blogging. Many ways are discussed in different blog post all over the web. From Google AdSense, to Banner and the hugh Affiliate industry, but what does work?

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HELP: TIM – The Influencers Movement

| Web Technology | April 27, 2015

As a blogger, marketer or small online business owner it is hard to find a marketing strategie that works. Experts all over the world will tell you, that you need a homebase as your website or blog where you have full control. Right. You should use Twitter, Facebook and more to build dialogs and traffic to your blog. Right.

But her is the point, growth like this takes time. A huch amount of time. While you have to be able to gain money for your rent you start to get nerves after the first week and may be you start to buy traffic… As a result, you may get traffic but not more sales or you get banned from Google and you are out of the market.

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3 Ways To Take Advantage Of The Google Hummingbird Search Update

| Blogging Tips | March 20, 2014

Google Hummingbird

Google is the most popular search engine used today, and in order to ensure it is providing its users with the best possible search results, it is constantly changing its algorithm.

Google knows that some websites like to “cheat” in order to earn a higher ranking, so the popular search engine is constantly changing the way they rank their websites in order to ensure that these cheaters are not reaping any benefits.

Recently, Google changed its algorithm to Hummingbird. Unlike the last Google algorithm update, Hummingbird is not aimed at punishing the cheaters, but instead aimed at providing better, more fine-tuned results. If you want to improve your search engine optimization, the following are three ways to take advantage of the Google Hummingbird search update.

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Web Marketing 101: 6 Easy Steps

| Blogging Tips | January 16, 2014

Start a blog

The web is your most powerful marketing asset to date. Almost everyone is on the Internet, and having a website and other web marketing tactics is essential to your company’s success.

Implementing a web marketing strategy doesn’t have to be complicated, and it certainly doesn’t require you to pay a third-party marketing company to do the work for you. The following are six easy steps to help you start your web marketing strategy off with a bang.

1. Join social networks.

Whether you want to believe it or not, some—if not most—of your customers are using some type of social network, so if you want to improve your web marketing, you need to join these networks too. Create a Twitter account, a LinkedIn profile and a Facebook page to get started. Use this channel to teach your customers about your business, take them on a behind the scenes look, remind them of upcoming specials, or promote new products or services. You can then use social media to add links back to your own website, and this will help to boost traffic back to your site.

Join social networks

Join social networks

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First, Check Your Ammunition. Then, Check Your Escape Routes

| Blogging Tips | January 7, 2014

E-Mail Checklist for a Better Response Rate

Although there is no definite formula or method, there are certain things that you can check before sending an e-mail list to increase the response rate. For an internet marketer, there are a lot of things that demand his constant attention. More often than not, you design and finalize an e-mail, but you do not edit it enough to make the impact you wanted it to. Whatever the case may be, the following guide contains a lot of useful pointers that you can use before sending any marketing e-mail. Use it as a checklist and evaluate the quality of your e-mail at every point.


Is your E-mail Design Mobile Responsive?

The first point – and probably the most important one, too – is to check whether your e-mail design is mobile responsive or not. Mobile e-mail marketing is the next big thing, and as a matter of fact, more than half of U.S. adults use their smartphones to receive and send e-mails.

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The 5-Minute Guide to Becoming a Heavyweight Guest Blogger

| Blogging Tips | September 18, 2013


While writing abilities are important for producing a post that people will read and share, an excellent post published on a blog that only you and your grandma would visit might be no good for your career as a guest blogger. On the other hand, highly-read blogs sometimes have strict quality requirements and precise guideline for the guest bloggers, apart from the tantrums that you might have to bear with.

Here’s a step-by-step guide that will take less than 5 minutes to read, but these 5 minutes may be crucial in turning you into a well-known guest blogger.

1. Website Selection

You cannot and should not approach every other blog that you come across. You should know the industry or the category that your blog post is going to be about. Second, you should consider what types of blogs would be most suited for your topic. These may not be directly related to your industry or product, but the readership should coincide with your target audience. For instance, if you are selling running shoes, you can blog at a medical website about running injuries. If you are in food business, you can write at a green-lifestyle website about food recycling. It is not rare to find customers in unlikely or apparently unrelated places.

2. Correspondence with Owners or Editors

After you have targeted your blogs and have their owners’/editors’ addresses, it’s time to reach out. Your email should be drafted to perfection. In order to do that, go through the guest blogging guidelines at a particular blog; read the previous posts; determine the priorities of the editor and the topics that they cover; then customize your email for each blog that you write to. After addressing the owners’ concerns about quality or relevance, indicate your intention of writing for their blog and politely ask them for an opportunity. Showcase you previous work and suggest a few intriguing titles in your email. Also, ask the owners/editors for further directions and suggestions.

3. Writing the Post

With trillions of words being added to the blog-o-sphere each day, there must be good reason for people to read your post. If writing a good post and publishing at an unknown blog is wasteful, writing a bad post and publishing it with a famous blog can be disastrous. People are interested in new things, fresh opinions based on facts. Don’t join the chorus by repeating what has been said before. If you have a chance of making your mark, it lies in your ability to be radically different, yet logical and justifiable. Pack your post with facts without making it boring. Add images, links and video where required.

4. Publishing

Alright, so the pie is ready for the serving. It’s time to send your post to the editors. Be open and friendly in your email and show your willingness to review anything that the publishers find out of line. Politely request the addressee to inform you when the post has been published. Also inform the owners/editors if you have a Google+ authorship; your post will have higher SEO ranking if it is publish in your authorized name.

5. Comments and Feedback

Lastly, it is important to keep track of your published post and exploit every opportunity to interact with your audience. You can respond to the comments on your post and can even track it on the social media, to which some of the readers may have shared it.


become-a-good-guest-blogger (infographic courtesy of http://dhavalthakur.com)

Once you are done with these 5 steps, repeat them over and over again until you become famous, and website owners start approaching you for posts!