Pushbutton SEO for WordPress Drupal and Joomla with Scribe

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Search Engine Optimization is a must for any website that wants traffic. The thing is, SEO can be a bit complicated to pull off, especially if you’re not so technically inclined. Fortunately Scribe makes optimizing your website easy. SEO is Complex In order to master SEO you first have to learn a whole new language… Read More »

Blogging for Your Business – 13 Masters Show You How

Blogging Masters Telesummit

Last year, David Frey and Maruxa Murphy invited me to be a part of a new telesummit series they were putting together. The topic at the time was Twitter Masters. If you are still trying to get your mind around how to tap into Twitter the info there is still relevant and worth the price… Read More »

How to Come Up with a Steady Stream of Content Ideas for Your Business Blog

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A lot of times the idea of consistently coming up with creative things to write about for your business blog can be pretty intimidating. Too often people feel like they need to paint a picture but they’ve only got a blank palette to work from.

How to Get 97% More Inbound Links and 55% More Visitors to Your Business Website

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If you are having trouble getting traffic to your business website and struggle with your link building efforts you should consider adding a business blog to your marketing mix. Blogs make a huge difference in online business marketing results.

When a Blog is Not a Blog

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This month marks the 5 year anniversary since I wrote my first blog post. I was testing the waters, thinking I might want to be a writer. What better way to experiment than with a free web publishing tool that could be accessed from anywhere? That was my theory at least. Little did I know… Read More »

Guest Post at Blog For Profit

Getting back in the game.

If you are looking for some tips on how to get started with video on your blog you might want to check out the guest post I did yesterday over at Blog for Profit. Grant Griffiths is someone I consider a friend, even if he is a lawyer by training. He’s the owner of the… Read More »

8 Commenting Mistakes that Make You Look Like a Spammer

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Spam is the scourge of the internet. Depending on which source you want to use, somewhere between 80-99.9% of all email is spam. Akismet, the most widely used WordPRess spam filter, shows that right now 83% of comments are spam on blogs running their plugin. That means that only 17% of blog comments are legitimate,… Read More »

One Wrong Way to Get Links

Talking to a wall

We all know that getting inbound links, links from other web sites linking in to yours, is an important part of marketing your blog and raising your authority and rankings in the search engines. There are all kinds of ways to encourage other bloggers to link to you, but ultimately the best way to get… Read More »

Don’t Make this Traffic Killing Mistake

One of the big reasons we have web sites and blogs is to generate traffic. I mean why put up a site unless want people to see it, right? Yet some people insist on adding this traffic repellent to their sites and then wonder why they never see more than a handful of visitors. Smelling… Read More »

Competition for Blogs

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My good friend Liz Strauss was in the UK recently and shared a little the other day about her experience at City University while she was over there. While she was there she was asked an excellent question. What is a blog’s competition? Normally I come up with answers to questions about blogging fairly quickly… Read More »

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