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In my last post, I talked about the effectiveness of networking with popular bloggers. Here are some practical ways to actually do that.
Looking for more clients for your web design business? Then check out this effective marketing tactic.
I know many web designers and developers blog. But for those who don’t, here are couple reasons why you should.
What types of content do well in the web design and development arena? I did a little research to find out.
Different sites require different SEO strategies to be fully successful in the search engine rankings.
The rule of the 125×125 pixel button ad is perhaps at an end in the blogosphere. More and more traditional ad sizes are rolling out, and some blog networks are even doing new sizes. Where will you stand in all of this? Let’s take a closer look.
No one wants their site to get hacked, but people still do very little to make it harder for hackers and bots to achieve it. There are a couple of very simple things you can do to protect your site. How many of them are you using today?
One of the biggest questions I get pertains to promoting an article online. Once you have written something amazing, it doesn’t really matter until people read it, and the best way to get it read is to promote it on social bookmarking/networking/news sites like Digg, Reddit, and others.
Of course you have already heard this all before, and you want to know what the “secret sauce” is that gets certain people on the front page of sites over and over, and the answer is simply: connections.
RSS usage continues to grow but are your sites optimized to take advantage of it? There are a few things you can do to increase your RSS subscribers, are you hitting the mark on all of them?
There’s a fine line between posting a comment to gain traffic and recognition, and spam a blog. This is the art of commenting, and the way for you to make it more worth your while participating on blogs as a commenter.
I was recently asked to review a new text link marketplace, called TNX (“Thanks”). They use a point system to allow advertisers to buy link space on sites. Take a look and see what I thought during my quick run through.