I wouldn’t pride myself at being a guest posting guru, but I’ve written well over 200 quality guest posts within 6 months of launching my blog. It’s like a journey that never ends. There is so much to learn and I’m glad I dedicated time to making it work. I’ve built strong relationships with blog owners making it easier to get my guest articles published within 7 days.
Need fresh ideas for your blog posts?
Blogging is a wonderful experience, but sometimes, we go blank; no idea at all! I have never seen any business venture as great as owning a live blog.
The real issue is giving your readers the right content. When I say content, I mean the right posts in the format of articles.
People do not come to your blog because you have a decent theme or the advertisement on your sidebar. They are desperate for quality information and you need to satisfy this urge if you must break even.
Google has thrown her fresh updates to the public!
Google’s latest update—which is being referred to as Google Fresh, has inspired a flurry of speculation and prognostication in the SEO community at large. This is to be expected, and is actually part of the normal state of affairs in the industry.
It’s only been nine-months since the Panda Update turned the world upside down for content farmers and spam slingers. In the past nine months it’s been necessary to beef up on great quality original content to stay ahead of the game and create a base upon which to build-up and achieve rankings.
The complementary nature of PPC and SEO has been known for some time, but few seem to go beyond the basics in explaining the benefits and mechanics of running both concurrently.
Still, many seem to mistakenly believe that PPC and organic search are mutually exclusive, competing elements of a company’s online marketing efforts.
A holistic marketing plan will always include both PPC and SEO, as well as some email marketing, social media, and some other promotional levers besides.
Whereas email marketing software may allow some savvy clients to run their own email marketing campaigns, SEO and PPC are usually best handled by specialist contractors.