This is a 9,000+ word guide on how to start a blog. Yep, that’s nine thousands words! Blogging still excites me so much and I absolutely love that I can roll out of bed and work from my couch or the local cafe instead of stressing out in an office. This massive article came about...
Let’s face it: Personal finance isn’t necessarily the buzziest or most popular industry on the web. While some industries have an easy time creating viral videos, cool infographics, and other creative pieces of content, personal finance has a subject matter that is a little bit less exciting. Show More Summary
Keyword stuffing and sales optimized business pages do not work anymore. Google has become clever; hence, ever since the beginning of 2011, the continued Panda updates have caused many established online business owners to lose their SERP positions and thus, their businesses have suffered a lot. Show More Summary
I think native apps will take over from responsive themes in the coming months, this posts explains why I think this. Post from: WP Dude If you need wordpress technical support please visit my services page Apps Versus Responsive Themes For WordPress
If you read DailyBlogTips, it’s a safe bet that you read some other blogs too. What makes you decide to add a blog to your RSS reader (or to subscribe by email)? Which blogs do you find yourself going back to again and again? As you’re...Show More Summary
After spending many years in traditional career fields — including real estate, finance, and eight years as an Army Officer — John Lee Dumas still felt unfulfilled. He couldn’t shake the feeling that his real calling was still out there — that there must be a way for him to feel excited to go to [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
How hard is it to create great content for your blog? As a blogger, your main job is to produce content that readers can get something from. Great content is exactly what it is. It’s something that provides value, is engaging, and can stand the test of time. Show More Summary
I’m running a summer special this weekend, get 30% off a security hardening service and have your WordPress site secured for only $100 (normally $150). Why You Need This All too often I see client’s site and they have opted for the standard 5 minute WordPress install. Show More Summary
Does your blog make an instantly good impression on visitors? Or do they get the impression, within seconds, that you’re an amateur? While there’s nothing wrong with being a hobbyist blogger, you probably want to be taken seriously (even if you’re not trying to make money blogging). Show More Summary
The world of online gaming and poker is huge, especially if you are an affiliate marketer in this space. Some of the largest payouts for affiliates can be seen in the online gaming space. Back in the day when Google allowed gaming and...Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Marcus Taylor of Venture Harbour. In Western cultures, there is a prevailing belief that you ‘work your way to the top’, ‘climb the ladder’, and make slow and steady efforts to achieve success. This way of thinking is undoubtedly a smart approach, particularly for bloggers. However, there is an [...]Show More Summary
Could there really be something better than Google Analytics? I’m starting to think so – it’s called Clicky Web Analytics. This analytics alternative has been absolutely been blowing me away over the last few weeks. It’s got a lot of features that I’ve always wondered why Google Analytics was lacking. Today I’m going to review...
Even if you haven’t started your blog yet, you’ve probably heard of WordPress. You might not be too sure exactly what it is, though, whether you need it, or how best to get it. In this post, I’ll be demystifying WordPress, and explaining how to use it for your blog. Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Steff Green, of WorkflowMax. Recently I wrote a post about my experiences as a company looking to hire another blogger for our team. Today I’m putting on my blogger hat and I’m looking at what the experience taught me about how a blogger can improve his/her chances of landing a [...]Show More Summary
Back in March I decided to put my activity tracking on hiatus and sold my Fitbit Flex as I prepared to have shoulder surgery. Then after a few weeks during recovery I began reading reviews of the newly released Garmin Vivofit activity tracker. The first of those reviews was on my favorite product review site The Wirecutter in which they...
There comes a time when it seems that you are out of ideas for your blog. Maybe you feel there isn’t anything going on in the world that you haven’t already covered, or you have run out of different ways to address the same content. This can be especially true if you are developing a […] The post Content Topics and Ideas For Your Blog appeared first on The Blog Herald.
Email subscribers are your protection from Google. Even Brian Clark agrees with me on that one. Your email list is a group of readers who have chosen to get information from you. They want to hear from you, and you want a large email list that is full of potential clients or customers. Show More Summary
Take a look at your smartphone. It’s so much more than just a phone. It’s also your mobile email device, your MP3 player, your digital camera, your stopwatch, your PDA and even your fitness tracker. Manufacturers have taken all of these separate devices and amalgamated them into a single, convenient handheld. Show More Summary
Welcome to the second part of our jargon-busting series. If you missed the first part, which deals with Domain Names, you can find it here. Having a domain name is a great start … but it’s not the only thing you need in order to get your website online. Show More Summary
We’ve heard it a thousand times: content is king. This is the mantra the the biggest marketing blogs (including this one) have been telling us for years. But it’s simply not true. Or to be more accurate, it’s not the whole story. In this post I’m going to talk about why my thoughts on this...