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While hanging out with some friends last night one of them mentioned the name of a well established local business. I pulled out my iPhone and googled the business name and the city. What showed up as the site description? “Joomla!
You have a new blog – or maybe you just want to grow your existing blog. One of the fastest ways to get more visibility is to connect with established bloggers in niches related to yours. There are three fast ways to make that happen: linking to their blogs, effectively using social media, and blog commenting. As Marty Weintraub of Aimclear Search Engine Marketing taught me when I first started blogging, you can “invite other bloggers to the party” by linking to them. Many blog platforms and especially WordPress notifies bloggers of incoming links through trackbacks and pingbacks . It makes sense for you to identify and read blogs in your own niche and that provides many opportunities to link to them.
Introduction EDM (Electronic Direct Marketing), most of the time refer as email marketing, html emails or newsletters. They are used to announce new products release, promotion or important announcement to consumers. Well, we will not discuss about how electronic marketing campaigns work. In Queness, we always focus on technical part to web designers and developers. I have been building EDM for a few years now, a lot of people labelled EDM as dirty job, because it's harder than building a website!
<img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-8226" title="migrate-blogs-wordpress" src="http://tentblogger.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/migrate-blogs-wordpress-570x321.jpg" alt="" width="570" height="321" /> This is another blog post dedicated to you faithful few who ask me questions that you really want answered! One of you asked previously what my strategy for combining two or more blogs into one and what specifically my strategy is for doing such in the best way. I know this quite well as I’ve had to recently migrate and combine 6 WordPress blog into one main property for a combined total of nearly 7,000 blog posts!
Blogging is so much fun. We both have been blogging for more than 3 years now and it has become a way of life for us. Blogging just opens up a lot of opportunities to get our ideas, thoughts and with the hope of inspiring other people to be the best at what they like doing too. Setting up a blog is easy.
Guest post by James Agate of Skyrocket SEO . Guest posting on other blogs: you likely know about it as a traffic-building technique, you might have done it and you probably didn’t get the results you were hoping for. Why?
credit - http://www.nanninghere.com Your typical blogger’s mind is a lot like a wild festival going horribly wrong. There’s a lot going on behind the scenes of a successful blog… almost too much for the blogger to consider in order to continue growing their success. It has been proven time and time again though, that at the heart of your blogging journey and as the cornerstone of your success, your content waits, beckoning at people to explore and read what you have to offer. How well you write your content will decide the future, and fortune, of your blog’s growth. Here is an all-in-one conclusive guide for writing great content, around which the rest of your blog will flourish!
Credit: elenathewise on Photodune Is your website delivering new clients on a regular basis ? Is your site’s sales funnel optimized? Have you been meaning to make changes to your site that improve your bottom line? Realistically, how effective is your freelance business website today? If you rely on the web for your business, then you worry about getting more people to your site, and converting more of them into clients.
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Through speaking with many other creative professionals in other fields, I’ve become aware of the difficulty many of us face in complimenting our own skills and talents with effective self promotion. Freelancers and people in creative professions like you, are often very good at the work they do, but, because they have little insight into how to promote their work, find themselves with little recognition, few sales and very few decent clients. Not getting the recognition and the clients you deserve can be frustrating, especially when you know you need to promote yourself and your work, but just lack the tools and the know-how to do so effectively. The rewards of working with high-paying clients on a regular basis; having your work seen by thousands of relevant people and making many sales, are within reach. What you will find in this book You will be shown how getting regular clients and making consistent sales works according to a specific cycle that is addressed throughout the ten steps.
June was the first time in the history of this site where the blog gained over 1,000 subscribers in a month. To be specific, the final increase count was just over 1,300. Even though I’m posting as infrequently as I ever have, traffic levels are at their highest, and the blog is converting visitors into subscribers better than ever before. I’m not saying this to brag, but to show that the changes I’ve slowly been implementing are having a big effect here, and I want to share them with you all today. If you haven’t been getting the results from blogging that you were hoping for, or you just want to fine-tune things a little, then this post is for you. Very recently I talked about a huge flaw in blogging, which I’ll get to in a minute.
Posted by Michelle Mangen on July 7, 2011 · 3 Comments Remember back in the good old days when if you wanted a web site, you had to hire a web programmer? Thanks to tools like WordPress you can get a basic site up and running in less than an hour.
This week marks the 6-month anniversary of the day I launched Man Vs. Debt! Yippee! It’s been a freaky journey up to this point. I feel like I swallowed both the red and blue pills in one big gulp. I rarely try to blog about blogging, however I thought it would be fun to reflect on what I’ve learned in these first 6 months.
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The Blogger’s Quest(ionnaire) is a Design Feast Initiative. In contrast to the Designer’s Quest(ionnaire) , the focus here is on those engaged in the blog medium—why they do it and what tools they use. This fourth installment features Joanne Molina, Editorial Director of The Curated Object , a “non-profit media project interested in the exhibition and display of decorative arts, design and objects and those who find our engagement with them compelling.” Her sustained experience with blogging may help your entrance into the blogosphere or further inform your current work in it: 1.