Those starting a new business online often wrongly assume the only way to own a domain name is to register a new one using a domain registrar such as GoDaddy.com. But the truth is, buying an existing domain name can give your new business venture a head start by giving you a distinct search engine […]
Are your visitors bouncing off your website like a tennis ball? If you’re like many site owners, you may not be sure what your bounce rate is. In fact it’s easy to confuse bounce rates with ‘exits’. Actually, there’s a clear difference between the two. Below I’ll discuss the differences and give you 7 tips […]
I had a great question on my last post from Melva who asked, “How does one recover from Google algorithm changes?” Unfortunately, if you’ve suffered Google ranking dips from algorithm changes, it’s not easy to recover. However, I say stop worrying about it. You could chase Google all day long trying to figure out their […]
Since getting my Kindle last Christmas, I’ve been getting a lot more reading done. There’s a lot to be said for large fonts and not having to turn pages. The only thing it needs is a back light. I can’t read it in the dark Anyway here are a few of the books I’m reading […]
If you’re not a fan of email marketing, you’ll want to use an RSS Feed so that your followers, fans and readers can easily access your blog content and posts. Here’s how to set u an RSS Feed and Increase your RSS subscribers at the same time…
How do you build customer loyalty on the web? How do you get customers to come back to your site time and time again even when you make mistakes? How do you get them to tell their friends about you? By dedicating your business to customer satisfaction.
Are you building links to your website naturally or artificially? In all reality you’re probably doing some of both, but natural link building is where you stand to benefit the most. What is natural link building versus building links artificially anyway?
A question came up last week about the latest Google algorithm change that they’re calling the ‘Farmer Update’ because it’s mainly directed at websites that farm or scrape content. These are sites that basically have less original content on them.