Generally speaking, when you create an article for your affiliate website you should use as few affiliate links as possible. That doesn’t mean you can’t use them as you see fit though. It just means as few as possible. Why? It pretty much just makes sense that from the perspective of both search engines and […]
Fiverr is one of the most popular places talked about for outsourcing various parts of your online business. It’s where I outsourced my first logo, and my first article back in 2010. There are many plates to outsource articles online these days though, so should Fiverr still be on your radar? Fiverr is not usually […]
Google is synonymous with search engine. Even in my own writings on this blog, I often use the terms interchangeably, and have to remind myself that Bing, Yahoo, and even DuckDuckGo are being used as well. Even so, Google is the largest referral of organic traffic on the web. So when we talk about SEO, […]
A common question I get when having conversations with new bloggers or website owners is, how do I know if I’m ranked in Google? Many would-be entrepreneurs are starting a website because it’s cheap and easy. The low barrier to entry for online entrepreneurship often means that a new business owner may barely be able to […]
Some websites and systems are still recommending you use or even buy PLR content to use on your blog or in guides to provide your readers. This is a bad idea, any way you look at it. Here are several reasons why, and why the arguments for PRL don’t make sense.