We all know that the best traffic for a website is organic traffic, and that regardless of whether you have 1 subscriber or 1000 subscribers, in the long run it’s search engine traffic that matters the most. Getting search engine traffic is not all that difficult, but there are important things we need to learn in order to achieve decent search engine traffic. It all comes down to how great your content is, and how well it’s optimized for search engines. And yes, your social media sharing is also important toward the improved search engine visibility of your articles. How to submit a sitemap to Google search List of websites and directories for submitting your blog Over the past year I regularly edit my old blog posts to improve them for readers and for search engines. This includes improving the information provided, adding updated information, analyzing current keywords using SEMRUSH and Google Analytics, and optimizing the … [Read more...] about Blog is not getting search engine traffic? Here is why not!
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Gary Busey, world’s renowned actor once said “If you take shortcuts, you get cut short” and this has been true in most circumstances. “Buy 500 likes for Facebook Business Page for Rs. 500 (8$)”, you will notice such ads everywhere and many times you will fall for number game and buy Facebook fans from such services. This is a quick solution to grow your number on Facebook business pages and many business owners are making this huge mistake of buying such likes to increase number of fans. At this moment Facebook is the world’s largest social networking site and despite of being social, it’s a major platform for businesses to grow and amplify their business globally. It’s Facebook business page ( Some of you might be calling it as Fan page) which is the first and most popular way to reach out to your target audience. If you have a website, you most likely have a Facebook fan page with either handful of fans or thousand to millions of … [Read more...] about I Purchased Facebook Likes & This is what happened
Launching a blog is one of the best decisions you can make. This is because, if nurtured very well, it might end up replacing your day job. Unlike most other businesses that require lots of capital to start, blogging is different. With a very meager amount of money, you can launch your own blog. And if you’re serious and determined to make it work for you, it can be grown into a 6-figure per month business. Read: How Much Does it Cost to Start a WordPress Blog? The good thing is that today, anyone can make money from the internet (especially through blogging). At the same time, it’s often very hard to manage especially when you have other things going on… like having a day job. This is what usually prevents most people from venturing into blogging full-time. But do you have to quit your day job in order to run and manage your blog? My answer is NO! You might have been advised to quit your day job so you can dedicate all your time to blogging. If you … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide To Managing A Blog Without Quitting Your Job
Why do you test any change before implementing it on your website? You know that’s important if you want to improve the user experience. Plus, you don’t want to lose money. A/B tests are a golden standard in website maintenance — you can even apply it to display ads to increase your ad revenue. The only problem is that they don’t always give you precise results. That doesn’t mean we should all just ditch A/B testing and stick to the old-fashioned ways of being guided by intuition or doing what everyone else is doing. A/B tests are useful and important; you just need to avoid the mistakes of that practice. Let’s go through 9 common mistakes that ruin the success of A/B testing. When you know what you shouldn’t do, it’s easier to do the right thing. 1. Cutting A/B Testing too early into the process This is the perfect recipe for getting statistically insignificant results. We’ve all been there: running the A/B test for three days and … [Read more...] about 9 Common Mistakes that Will Kill Your A/B Testing
These are the people I first turn to when I need a different perspective, a shade of light when I’m stuck with decisions, or to reach out to a group of people I don’t believe I could do all by myself. These people are my mentors. Just like the character ‘Mentor‘, the friend of Odysseus and tutor of Telemachus, in Homer’s famous Greek poetry ‘Odyssey‘, we all need a mentor who has walked our path and hopefully make it easier for us; and by the way, that’s the poem from where the term was derived! The history is also filled with famous Mentor-protégé duels! A few of them being Benjamin Graham, a famous economist and professional investor, to Warren Buffet, who later bought Benjamin Graham’s company Geico under his parent company – Berkshire Hathaway! Even the world’s richest man Bill Gates had a mentor – Dr. Ed Roberts, who was the creator of the Altair 8800 microcomputer. Here are another few famous … [Read more...] about 7 Reasons You Need To Have A Mentor For A Successful Career
Home » SEO » Google Panda Recovery: A Simple Guide to Recovering from Panda Penalty Quick note: on 2nd June 2015, Google’s Gary Illyes says webmasters can expect a Panda update in the next two to four weeks time. Google also recently rolled out a new update called doorway page penalty lately. And if you’ve been using doorway pages to increase your website search traffic, you’re in a big trouble. Read this post to find out more. Have you noticed any traffic drop on your websites? It’s because you’re hit by Google Panda. If you’re not taking any precautions while creating content, your website traffic keeps on dropping. In this detailed guide, I’ll share few amazing Google Panda recovery tips. Quick update: Last week (On 23rd September 2014) Google Panda 4.1 was rolled out and if you are facing any significant changes in your website traffic, that’s because you’re either hit or rewarded by Panda update. What’s … [Read more...] about A Simple Guide to Recovering from Panda Penalty
Though WordPress is the most astonishing content management system we’ve ever had, it comes with some limitations too. Page builders are simple WordPress plugins that allow you to easily develop and edit webpages and make the content presentation outstanding. They come with a significant number of templates to use and, most importantly, their simple drag and drop feature has eliminated the necessity of any coding knowledge. Thus, armed with these page builders, anyone without any HTML or CSS knowledge can design attractive websites easily. Here, we’re going to compare three well-acclaimed page builders: Beaver Builder Thrive Content Builder Visual Composer The main factors we’re going to look at are: Features Add-ons Working Procedure Price Pros and Cons So let’s take a closer look at each factor to decide which one fits your requirements the best. Beaver Builder WordPress Plugin Beaver Builder is an agile and advanced content builder with complete drag … [Read more...] about Which one is the best?
Home » Make Money Online » Online Jobs For Students: How to Make Money Online As A Student Are you searching for online jobs for students without putting any investment? If yes, this guide is for you where I’ll be discussing about few tested and tried ways to make money online without much investment. We all know the importance of Internet. It is not only a fantastic place to gain knowledge, but when used right, you can also use Internet to make money like me and other full-time bloggers. Instead of wasting your time on useless chats on Facebook, and watching random YouTube videos, you can use it to make money if you want to make your time productive as a student. There are now a lot of more options available to make money online as a student in your spare time. There are a ton of online jobs for students available in 2017 and beyond. There are endless of opportunities, you just need to find the right ones and grab them. The best part of making money as a college … [Read more...] about How to Make Money as a Student
When it comes to hosting, we have various options regarding hosting packages and companies. Common hosting types are: But one thing which is common to all of these hosting types and companies, is that they will let you host any type of website. You can host: WordPress is memory-hogging software and it’s not uncommon to face downtime and site slowness at times. The main reason for this is that most of the hosting companies are not optimized for running WordPress. Either you can become a WordPress server optimization expert or hire someone to do it for you. But this sounds like a solution for 2013. In 2016, people are getting smarter & we all understand the importance of a fast-loading website. Moreover, downtime can mean a missed opportunity. But now, we have Managed WordPress Hosting. In the past several years, I have used numerous Managed WordPress Hosts including WPEngine, HostGator, Page.ly, and now, ShoutMeLoud is hosted on Kinsta. From my experiences (some bad & … [Read more...] about Managed WordPress Hosting: A Beginner’s Guide
I have offered WordPress services for a long time and the best part which I like about my services to my one-time client always turned out to be returning client. When it comes to Client and Freelancer relation, nothing could be better than getting returning clients. From my experience I have learned few things which I will be sharing with you, which will help you to convert your one-time client into returning client: First Email: It’s truly said “First impression is the last impression” and it holds the same into Freelancing world. First Email in response to any inquiry of your client is most important part, and if you do it right, you can quickly convert those inquiries into clients. For example, when ever I get any inquiry for my Blogspot to WordPress migration service, I explain them everything like what they are going to get into the package and how we can start with the process. This gives a clear idea to the client about the process, things which they are … [Read more...] about [Freelancing] 5 Killers tips to Make one-time Client a Returning Client