The popularity of the social networking sites increased rapidly in the last decade. This is probably due to the reason that college and university students as well as teens used it extensively to get global access. These social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook have become a raging craze for everyone nowadays. The negative […]
Social media is an excellent resource for every type of business—brick and mortar, online, or both. Twitter is one of the biggest social media networks out there, which means you’re missing out if you aren’t maximizing your tweeting potential. Here’s how to get more Twitter followers for your business, both the easy way and the […]
Initially when WordPress was launched it was a big flop, however, with passing time it has become the most widely used software for websites and particularly for blogging. WordPress offers a lot more than the few 5 to 10 benefits you normally hear about. Before going into the detail why WordPress is a better tool […]
Expanding your online network has never been more important than it is today and luckily for you and I, it has never been easier. Take a look below and keep in mind the rewards that come with successfully marketing yourself and your business online. Take advantage of social networking sites: Do the obvious first and […]
Roll back a few years and the main piece of advice for companies seemed to be “get a website”.
We we told that any company that couldn’t be found online would go out of business. That’s not strictly true, of course — it depends a lot on the business — but what is happening is that the stakes are being raised.
An interesting article over at Promotion World declares why search engine traffic is not vital to blogs, outlining the strategies bloggers should already be using to drive traffic and, eventually, loyal readers to their blog. At first I jumped to a conclusion, thinking that the author (TJ Philpott) was saying that search engine ranking and […]
Image via Wikipedia Even bloggers who profess a quality-over-quantity focus stress the need for regular posting, if only to keep the blog visible within a niche. The question is, how can a blogger retain focus for what’s admittedly a repetitive task? Here are five ways that have proven useful for yours truly.