One of the most important reasons for having a blog is that it gets you noticed. Even if you have a Web site, you still need a blog because it provides your site with fresh content, which is something that both Google and your readers love. Blog posts get indexed quickly in the search engines and give your site a much bigger online footprint.
There’s a war being waged among Google, Yahoo, Bing, Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare, all vying for the title of best local search engine. And, the winner is you. Let me tell you what’s behind this movement to enhance local search and why you must claim your listing right away.
Recent changes by Google have made site security more important than ever. If your site has been compromised, that fact will now appear in Google’s search results. Simply put, if your site is hacked, you loose traffic and the online reputation you’ve worked so hard to build could be tarnished. Of course, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Following are a few tips on where your site is vulnerable and how you can keep it safe.
Hosting companies often lure new WordPress site owners with the promise of making their WordPress installation super easy. Unfortunately, that type of installation also makes it easy for hackers to compromise your files. But, you can avoid having your site turned into a phishing expedition for hackers by following five simple steps.
How to update your WordPress website copyright.
What I Learned From Running an Online Business in 2010. Reflections on what it takes to create a successful website.
The big news in 2010 revolved around changes made by four major players including WordPress, Google, Facebook, and Apple, and how those changes impacted the online marketing landscape for website owners. It’s no longer enough to have an online presence for your business. You now have to optimize your online marketing strategy or risk dropping off the virtual map. In 2011, that is the only map that will count. Here’s a wrap up of the big changes in 2010 and what you can do in 2011 to build your business.
BlogAid is taking off through the weekend for the holidays. I’m grateful for all of the help and encouragement friends, clients, and BlogAid readers have shown while porting Just the FAQs into BlogAid. Thanks so much for following over to the new site and your patience through the merge mess. Next year’s editorial calendar is […]