Three Ways to Protect Your Content from Google’s Panda


Google has rolled out several algorithms that are designed to enhance the experience of the average internet user, and rank pages. Google and Panda are the strongest and most capable algorithms which have are constantly being enhanced. As a matter of fact, the fat Panda, which is focused on dealing with low quality and duplicate content, has been updated for over 25 times. In the meantime, the Penguin has also received a major update in 22 May 2013 which has taken the fight against spam to a … [Read more...]

How to Find a Freelancer to Create Amazing Products for You

So you want to create a product, such as an ebook or maybe even a piece of software. However, you don’t have the time, skills or perhaps the inclination to do it yourself. You’d rather hire a professional to do it for you, which frees up your time to focus on the “money” tasks (like the marketing). But maybe you’re hesitating a bit. Maybe you’ve heard those outsourcing horror stories of people getting ripped off, service providers missing deadlines, and buyers getting saddled with subpar … [Read more...]

Guest Blogging Guide


The Beginners Guide to Guest Blogging Infographic provided by the guest blogging experts – Next step: "Bending The Web" with Jack Humphrey! … [Read more...]

Want more Followers? Three Topics You Should be Blogging About


As the astute, passionate bloggers we all are, we'd like to think we're the only writers out there talking about a particular topic, story, or trend. Yet – as I'm sure most of you probably already know – that is never the case. For every topic we choose to write about, there are thousands upon thousands of other bloggers already writing about that very same idea. It can be rather disheartening to realize that there is no such thing as originality when it comes to blogging, but do not despair; … [Read more...]

How to Write Better Headlines for Your Blog


You only have a few seconds to make an impression with your blog – maybe less – and to entice visitors to stay and read more. The headlines you choose for your blog can determine whether your readers to stay learn more or whether they move on to the next page or even to someone else’s site. There are a few strategies you can use to write better headlines for your posts, which will encourage readers to actually click on them and read more, lowering your bounce rate and encouraging more … [Read more...]

John Cleese Explains the “Science” of Creativity


Many people have tried to help bloggers, authors, producers, and writers of all kinds with creativity.  The best explanation of creativity, what it really is, and how it works comes from John Cleese, in my opinion. Watch this great video to find out how you can become more creative by getting yourself into the "open mode."  Sit back, get playful, take no calls, close the door, take a deep breath and learn everything you need to know about creativity in this video...     … [Read more...]

In Remembrance, Content Is King


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20 Things You Can Do To Offer Your Readers A Great Experience

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by Dean Wood Do you feel your blog should offer that something more, that extra zing to create a fabulous experience for visitors? Remember, any changes you make should not drive away your existing visitors, while attracting new ones. What all can you do to transform your blog’s user experience? 1. Work Harder On Your Opening Paragraph Whether they’re aware of it or not, users are always looking for some excitement. Grab them with a cleverly worded hint and get them guessing with the very … [Read more...]

Whatever happened to quality of information?

There is no shortage of people who claim they can predict the end of the world.  For all their noise, few people pay them any heed.  These are not the kind of threats we need to worry about. The real threats are far more subtle, even mundane.  We’re being collectively numbed by over-servicing in almost every area of our lives.  This is particularly true when it comes to information.  We know more today, so by simple logic, we believe we know better.  We are much smarter than any … [Read more...]

Writing Quick, Attention-Grabbing Blog Posts

Time is money. And sanity (or lack thereof).  We have to create content that does the job of turning on visitors to take positive actions like subscribing, clicking, or spreading the word about our sites on social media. Knowing this and doing a good job at it are two different things when there's only so much time in the day.  Here are some great pieces on writing blogs posts that get the job done for your readers (and the engines). Note that I think a lot of and … [Read more...]