After a much needed and deserved break from blogging, Tips Tuesday is back on BlogAid. It’s good to unplug from your online business once in a while and take long walks in the woods, by a lake, or on the beach. It clears the mind and refreshes perspective about how time is well spent and what goals are worth achieving, and at what cost.
And, I’m delighted to tell you that before my hiatus, I launched the first of two new WordPress Video Tutorial classes. My one-on-one training clients have been enjoying it for a couple of weeks now, and I’ll be making them publicly available very soon. Get BlogAid News to be the first to know when.
Cameron Chapman has provided one of the best introductory tutorials I’ve seen on metrics with his Beginner’s Guide to Google Analytics 5.
Tim Ware has a fab post on Social Media Examiner about How to Track Tweets, Facebook Likes and More with Google Analytics.
Google PageRank continues to loose favor with webmasters. Barry Schwartz puts his .02 on the topic on Search Engine Roundtable.
I just flat out like Kaya Singer and she’s spot on with this post for 5 Tips to Help You Choose the Best Mentor.
Content is king on the Internet, especially for an online business. John Jantsch has a wonderful post on his Duct Tape Marketing blog about the 5 Types of Content That Every Business Must Employ.
Social Media Tips
Even though Google will not allow business profiles for another couple of months, you may want to try out this little gem of a tutorial on how to get your Google profile to show up in search results next to blog posts you write.