Blogging for Service Providers

Blogs come in all different varieties with different goals. One way of making money (indirectly) with your blog is to use it as a vehicle to sell yourself. This approach works very well for service providers, as it separates you from the competition. Even if you are not directly profiting from the blog, there are […]

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Top 10 SEO-Related WordPress Plugins

The quality and quantity of available plugins can often influence bloggers to choose WordPress when setting up a new blog. However, sometimes the huge number of plugins can become confusing and frustrating. There are several very good plugins that have been developed to enhance the search engine optimization of your blog. Here are 10 of […]

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Weekly Links

Hacking Ultimate Tag Warrior to Create Better Tag Pages from Courtney Tuttle. A very useful article about the popular WordPress plugin. The Secret to Freelance Blogging from Chris Garrett. Are you interested in making some money writing for blogs? Read this article. How to Double Your Customer Base Without Spending a Penny from Freelance Folder. […]

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User’s Guide to Google Webmaster Tools

Google’s Webmaster Tools can be very useful for website owners, but it can also be overwhelming if you’re not sure what is available and how to use it. We’ll take a step-by-step look at the free tools available and how to use them. If you don’t already have a Google Webmaster Tools account, you can […]

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Weekly Links

How to Get into the Google TrustBox from Blog Storm How to Display the Number of Del.icio.us Saves from Paul Stamatiou Bulletproof Web Design (Second Edition) is a book written by Dan Cederholm. The Second Edition, just released, is obviously an update to the first edition, which I highly recommend. Google Hack: Finding Supplemental Results […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your FAQ Page

Frequently Asked Question pages are usually an after-thought when designing a website. They’re sometimes thrown together just to provide some basic information for visitors so they won’t have to email or call for answers. If this is the case, there’s a huge amount of potential that’s being wasting. FAQ pages can be one of the […]

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