Search Engine History

Nowadays we take the existence of search engines, especially Google (and Bing) as normal and for many among us a life without Google would be hard to imagine. Whether it is because they are not older than 20 yet and have grown up in a world dominated by technology and the internet, or because they […]

Lacking Inspiration? Read A Blog to Write A Blog!

This is a guest post by Cori Padgett, the creative brains and dubious brawn behind the blog Big Girl Branding. Alright, sometimes blogging isn’t easy. One day you get stuck and at a loss as to what to write about. Another day you feel like what you’re blogging about is just dull, dry and boring. […]

How to Encourage People to Read Your Blog Posts

Image by The New Fine Arts Lab via Flickr This is a guest post by Phyllis Zimbler Miller,s co-founder of the social media marketing company, where she also writes a blog. All bloggers share one main goal – having as many people as possible read the blog posts. Leaving aside search engine optimization, links […]

Facebook Pages, Short-lived Fad or Still Useful?

Ever since Facebook launched the new design earlier this year one of the most interesting features was the new power given to Facebook Pages. Every item posted to pages showed up in fans’ news feed and I have been a fervent promoter and user of these pages, there where before I hardly ever used the […]

Introducing Performancing Legal with Jonathan Bailey

Performancing is happy to announce a new Performancing Service, Performancing Legal. Performancing legal is a new series hosted by Jonathan Bailey from Plagiarism Today. Jonathan will weekly answer a question from one of our readers and help you with his advice based on many years of experience. Every Wednesday we will announce next week’s episode […]