Full Posts or Excerpts?

If you use an RSS reader you’ll notice two different methods bloggers use for displaying their RSS feeds. Some bloggers choose to show readers the full post directly in the RSS reader, while others choose to only use short excepts that contain a link to the blog post on their site. Each method has its […]

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Targeting Local Customers with Your Website

One of the major advantages of marketing online is that it allows you the opportunity to reach a global audience. Some businesses however are in greater need of having a website that will attract more local customers. There are methods that can help your business to have a greater impact and visibility locally. The first […]

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Article on BloggingExpertise.com

Blogging Expertise has posted an article that I wrote, 2nd Tier Social Media Sites: An Overlooked Source of Traffic. Blogging Expertise provides blog consulting and custom blog design services. You’ll find a lot of good information on their blog, which is worth subscribing to. Thank you Sarah for posting the article!

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Weekly Links

Evaluating Inbound Link Results in Search Engines from Cape Cod SEO – A brief article that explains how to research inbound links with a variety of search engines. I Love Your List! I’m Going to Copy It! From Lorelle – A look at the dangers and harm of copying a list from another blog. WordPress […]

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The PostPost Plugin

I recently came across a very useful WordPress plugin, PostPost. It’s not one that you’ll see on most people’s list of top plugins, including my own (I hadn’t come across PostPost at the time of writing that article, or it would have been on the list). PostPost gives you the ability to include content in […]

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Customize Your Own WordPress Theme

An increasing number of businesses and website owners are using blogs as a means of communication with their customers and website visitors. If your business already has a website it is possible to have a blog that matches the look and feel of your existing website without doing a complete re-design and without paying thousands […]

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Get Your Blog Reviewed

Chris Garrett recently launched the Authority Blogger forum, a place for bloggers of all kinds to network and communicate with each other. The 1,000th message was posted just a week after being launched, a pretty impressive accomplishment. If you haven’t already been to the Authority Blogger forum, register and get involved today. There’s an introduction […]

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The True Costs of Designing Your Own Website

Having a website designed for your business can be expensive. After looking at the prices of getting a website professionally designed, some business owners consider creating their own website to save money. However, there are a few costs to consider if you are thinking of designing your own website. 1 – The Cost of Lost […]

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Developing User-Focused Websites

The success of any website ultimately hinges on its users. Without visitors a website will be unable to produce value for its owners. As a result, users should be the focal point of web development efforts. The key to developing user-focused websites is being aware of what your visitors/users will be looking for, and then […]

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Weekly Links

19 Ways to Get More Traffic to Your Site Using Google Images from Dosh Dosh covers many techniques that are unknown to most webmasters and internet marketers.  Google image search is constantly being used more and more.  Follow these tips to get some of that traffic for your site. Single Line CSS from Ordered List […]

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