Attracting lots of traffic with promises you can’t fulfill is pointless. Attracting a continuous stream of visitors who buy and refer others will create an endless online business for you.
I think that if you’re going to ask for professional help, it’s better if you stick to what you want to get for yourself and don’t try to use jargon, because that will get you both in trouble. Leads? Great. Sales? Even better. Profits? Awesome. But SEO? Is that a business word?
Here’s how I beat a Google AdWords Certified Partner at their own game – getting clicks to a website quicker and for less money.
This is just a quick post to share something too many people don’t know: how to protect your email address so that bots can’t harvest it and you won’t start receiving tons of spam. You see, when you put your email address on your website, it’s very simple to read it, add it to a…
As inventive as ever, Google is now launching a new version of its crawling and indexing engine. They’ve even given it a name: Google Caffeine.
You may have heard this saying from people already “What you don’t know, doesn’t hurt you”. Well, I’m here to tell you this saying is really wrong when it comes to getting business online. On the Internet, what you don’t know can hurt you. A lot!
It’s show (off) time. I haven’t been posting too often because I’ve been busy getting results for my clients, which is as it should be, right? But I can’t just not tell you how well you could be doing right now, so here goes: