7 Insights Every Blogger Should Know

By Mitch Wilson

What is more important: quality or quantity?

The easy answer to this long and heated debate is both are very important – and I’ll give you that, they both are, but for free content I am in the quantity camp. Go ahead and paste me and leave 1,000 comments telling me I’m wrong – I don’t care, I will read … Read the rest of this entry »

By Mitch Wilson

The Real Skinny On Duplicate Content

By Bryan Clark

The issue of duplicate content is a rather contentious one in the world of Search-Engine Optimization. There were for many years – and perhaps still to this day – myths floating round about duplicate content penalties.

Essentially, folks were told that if they produced duplicate content then they would be punished, and many thought that this meant you could not … Read the rest of this entry »

By Bryan Clark

Forget SEO And Think Local

By Bryan Clark

I know the headline is a bit contradictory. Local search is still considered SEO by those near and dear to our hearts.

Maybe for you targeting people all over the world makes sense. I’m certainly not saying to forget it completely, but I read a lot blogs semi-regularly and you might be pretty well served if you started catering to … Read the rest of this entry »

By Bryan Clark

The Research Is In: How Important Are Facebook And Twitter For Your Google Rankings?

By Ana Hoffman

Today, our triangle of the most important ingredients to ranking well on Google, as suggested by SEOMoz’s search engine ranking factors report and interpreted by yours truly, will be finally completed as we drill down into how social media influences our search engine rankings.

By the way, I’d love for you to let me know how well I did with … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ana Hoffman

7 Blogging Tips You Can Apply Today

By Yaro Starak

About a month ago I wrote an email to all the columnists on Entrepreneurs-Journey.com with some advice on how they could achieve more rewards from their writing on this blog and also some tips to improve performance of their articles.

As I was writing the email I realized much of the advice is good old fundamentals for successful blogging. I … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

How Helping Newbies Led To Big Profits And A Closing Down Sale (Discount Price Ends Friday)

By Yaro Starak

One the factors I like to hammer home to people when they create any kind of information, whether it’s blog or website content, membership content, or any kind of paid info product, is not to underestimate how much of your audience truly are beginners.

Everyone starts as a beginner. If you are teaching something that requires any kind of … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

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