“SEO writing” – as it used to be called – has gone the way of the dodo and marginally good […]
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There are approximately 152 million blogs on the internet with more being created every day. This is a lot of competition your brand faces for readership. To ensure audiences are reading your blog posts, you need to differentiate your content by creating innovative blog strategies.
You wrote a fantastic blog post, and felt proud of yourself for getting it done so easily – yet no […]
A CDN is basically a remote host designed to optimise website images. It hosts and delivers your images to your website in an optimized format resulting in
Creating content that people want to read doesn’t just involve coming up with great ideas, thoughts and suggestions. The right formatting to organize your thoughts and lay out your ideas in the most coherent and effective ways possible is imperative.
Website Love is the ability for clients and customers to fall in love with your website. Does your website spread the love? Find out how!
You can try out blogging as a primary step. You need to write on interesting topics and post them on a regular basis. However, that’s not all. Marketing the blogs will play a major role in ensuring that your website traffic is increased significantly.
You are launching a new blog, but you want to grow your reader base quickly. You need to know how and this post will explain exactly how. Step by step.
Do you have a business blog? After a slow start, blogging spread rapidly during 1999 and has continued to grow significantly in the years following. Nowadays “companies who blog fifteen times per month generate five times more traffic” and “B2B companies that blog one or two times per month generate 70% more leads than those that don't”
There are an estimated 50 million new websites added each year and there are many hundreds of new generic top-level domains that are being rolled out during 2014, so it is potentially good news in terms of choice but for many, their search can still end in frustration when they discover that the domain name they wanted is no longer available.