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Are You a Good Candidate for Starting a Successful Blog?

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Creating a blog is fairly easy for anyone who wants to publish what they understand and enjoy. If you have some extra time on your hands, thoughts you want to get out to the public, or want to improve your writing skills, consider starting a blog. In many ways blogging can be a fun learning […]

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Increase Traffic with Google Analytics the Smart Way: My Story

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Google Analytics is a monster tool for tracking traffic patterns, sources, trends and more. It’s so extensive that it can easily help jack up your web site visitors from 100 a month to 10,000. IF you know how to use it right.

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Why does Google Keep Changing Its Algorithm?

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What does this mean for you? The SEO world is literally a war ground. You fight for the top spot on search engines and you will do whatever it takes. Companies invest millions in SEO and more tactical ways of achieving the top spot. Google wants the playing field to be fair-and-square, and so there […]

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How Writing Poorly Equates to Blogging Well!

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Wait, what? I know what you’re thinking, there’s no way that writing poorly equals to blogging well. That’s just absurd! Hear me out though, because poor writing CAN help you write well.  The thing about writing a blog is that it doesn’t take a professional expert to write one. All you need is an email […]

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Tips on Successful blogging for small business owners and writers

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Blogging or using a blog as a part of your business strategy is an emerging trend. Most businesses are advised by the marketing teams to include a blog as an important publicity and sales tool. For writers, too, blogs are an easy way to get their writing out to the public without having to go […]

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