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The Ultimate Guide to Monetizing Your Site with Ads

If you’re looking to make money off your website, then it’s likely that you’re ready to start placing advertisements. These ads can either be your ticket to a passive income, or they can frustrate your readers and sink your website’s potential. If you’ve looked into monetizing your site using ads, then you’ve probably realized that the path to income from …

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12 Tips For Getting Blog Articles to Rank High on Google

You work hard on your blog. You post often. You always try to write evergreen content. Your posts are actionable yet informative. You never close a post without a CTA. In short, this is strong content, the kind you’d want on any blog. There’s just one issue, and it’s a pretty big one: you’re nowhere to be found on Google …

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How to Keep People From Plagiarizing Your Articles

Your writing voice is an important part of your company’s brand. From your blog to your social media posts and everything in between, it’s your strong, consistent voice that makes your content so readable. So what happens when you see that strong, consistent voice elsewhere? Maybe you’re browsing a blog you enjoy and there it is: your words, verbatim, uncredited. …

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13 Ways to Boost Your Business on Facebook

Whether you’re a large company or a one-man or one-woman show, there are ways to grow your business with the help of Facebook. In 2016, the social media platform had nearly two billion active users. It’s no news to you that everyone and their grandmothers (semi-literally, to the chagrin of many of us) are on Facebook. Actively, at that. So …

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15 Reasons Nobody Visits Your Blog

Creating a stable blog for your website can bring higher traffic, which is the first step towards money in your pocket. This is true whether you run a blog for business, or whether the blog itself is your source of revenue. According to a survey by TechClient, small businesses with blogs generate 126% more leads. Even if you run a blog …

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14 Evergreen Content Ideas to Get More Eyes on Your Blog

Everyone wants more blog readers. You could run a small business with 50 faithful customers or a Fortune 500 company with five million and you’d still want more. The more people that read your blog, the more engaged they are with your company. They probably follow your company on social media and buy your products, keeping your business afloat. Marketing …

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7 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Website

The digital age of 2017 features a world of men, women, and children of all ages walking the streets with what is essentially a 4-inch computer in their pockets.  Everyone has a cell phone, everyone has a computer, and everyone loves to consume. With information readily available in seconds though Internet searches and other web based applications, small businesses can …

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6 Things You Need to Do to Get Started as a Freelance Writer

Working online as a freelance writer definitely has its perks. However, the beginning of your freelance writing career can be the hardest part of the journey. If you’re looking to break into freelance writing, how do you know where to start? Here are six essential parts to starting your freelance career. They may not be foolproof, but they are things …

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Squarespace vs WordPress: Which is a blogger’s dream platform?

It’s now 2017, and technology has turned the world of communication on its head in a matter of two quick decades. If you’re reading this, you probably have a functioning mind and, thus, thoughts and ideas that someone would find helpful, interesting, funny, or entertaining. Enter stage left: the blog. Successful blogs come in all shapes and sizes, of course. …

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Wix or WordPress? Best platforms for Ecommerce

Ecommerce is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to earn money from home.  The online market is booming, and ecommerce sales are showing evidence of unprecedented growth. So you’ve decided to jump on the bandwagon. You’ve trudged through the many steps to starting an ecommerce business, and all of your ideas are in place. However, if you’re finally …