How To Secure Your Unique Domain Name

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by Michael Chibuzar

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If you've recently established a new business, the next item on your resume after opening your physical location is to create your own unique address on the Internet: Your official company website.

Naming your website shouldn't be hard. It's a no brainer to name it after your business! But, first, it's a good idea to make sure that someone else hasn't already had the idea of naming their own site after the phrase you want to incorporate into your domain name.

It's An Excellent Idea To Think Ahead



5 High-Converting Landing Page Design Strategy Used By 5 Bloggers That Works

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by Michael Chibuzar

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High converting landing pages are powerful sales driver. Moz earned $1 million from a single landing page.

 

If you’re blogger, you’ll agree with me that web and landing page designs have changed over the last few years. In fact, I just discovered that 87% of pro bloggers now use their personal photos on their landing pages.

 

I see they happily hire a professional web designer and instruct them to focus on the visual design, not really content like you’ve been made to believe.



80 Fresh, SEO-Friendly, Clickable Blog Titles You’ve Never Used [Use Them, Get Traffic]

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by Michael Chibuzar

It’s friday friends! clickable-blog-titles

If you want a clickable and SEO friendly title for your next post, you’ve come to the right place.

Because I’ve taken the time to research long-tail keywords you can easily rank for in Google top 10 if you build a few PR and authority backlinks to your post.

Each of these titles are fresh, original and you can never find them anywhere.

It’s been a while since I published a post on this blog. I’m back right and thinking of a way to make up for the time – copy any of these titles and write your post. Click publish and watch the response of your audience.



[Ultimate Guide]: How a Freelancer Became a Successful Lifestyle Business Entrepreneur!

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by Michael Chibuzar

While I was in college, I helped run a website/freelance business.   internet lifestyle entrepreneur

I did not build the websites myself but what I did was look for clients and then I hired other students to build the website.

This model was successful because it allowed me to work on multiple projects simultaneously.

After graduation, I wrapped this project up because running a website business was not something I wanted to keep doing.

While I am no longer in the freelancing/website building business, I know a lot about building successful businesses. I have worked with several successful businesses to help build sustainable business systems.