Entries from October 30th, 2009

New: Create List with Twitter

October 30th, 2009 · No Comments · Twitter

Twitter has a new feature which allows you to create and organize lists. This is a neat feature because it allows you to easily manage your Twitter followers. Most people have several different interest and their followers are of particular interest, by creating lists you can now group your followers and map them to a […]

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Should Your Company Hire an SEO Consultant or Employee?

October 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Business

There are some advantages to hiring an SEO consultant over an employee and vice versa. However, it can sometimes be a chore trying to decide whether you need a SEO consultant or employee to satisfy your search engine optimization needs. If your company has never hired a SEO consultant then it’s possible you don’t know […]

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Why Do I Blog?

October 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Blogging

Why do I blog? Hmmm! Good question. You would think its because it is something I love doing, but far from the truth. I don’t hate blogging, but I wouldn’t do it as much as I did if the reward from it wasn’t so huge. I blog because it is a means for me to […]

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Yahoo and Microsoft – Deal of the Decade

October 21st, 2009 · No Comments · Microsoft, Yahoo

So if you’ve been under a rock the last few months you might not of heard of the Yahoo and Microsoft deal — the one that went through. It goes like this, for the next 10 years Microsoft (Bing) will be the default search engine for Yahoo! — therefore Yahoo! will be dumping many of […]

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How Many Online Personalities Do You Own?

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments · General

The fun part about being online is the various ways to make money and become someone else behind the screen. Most affiliate marketers who step outside of their niche markets are faced with an identity crisis when trying to break ground in a new market. For instance I have a presence in the Equestrian market, […]

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Google Says Spam Links are Okay

October 19th, 2009 · No Comments · General

Finally, Google has put the myth to rest. So many people are concerned about their website links showing up on spam pages and thinking this can get their website banned or penalized. I’ve explained in the past that links or content on external spammy websites will not get you banned. This is because Google understands […]

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Is Google Penalizing for Non-Paid Links?

October 16th, 2009 · No Comments · Google, Link Building

First time I’ve heard of a website being penalized for using non-paid links. I think we all can agree that affiliate links are basically “PAID LINKS” and its understood that Google does not agree with paid links that pass link juice. Therefore, website who neglect to properly use the nofollow attribute may feel the wrath. […]

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The Mind of an Online Purchase

October 16th, 2009 · No Comments · General

Do you every ask yourself why are you here (online)? Why do you exist online? What is your purpose in online life? Nah! Me neither, but…while we’re on the subject, let’s think about it! There are those such as myself who can build websites (with readymade scripts), host websites, market websites, and manage websites. Some […]

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How to Become a Social Media Guru Overnight?

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Social Media

This secret has never been revealed before. Everyone has tips about how to become popular on social media — they say write like this or do that! Follow this person or that person! Join this group or that group! Say this instead of that! Blah! blah! blah! I have the ultimate secret to becoming popular […]

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Yahoo! Ending its Paid Inclusion Program

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Yahoo

Yahoo! announced they will shut down their paid inclusion program. With their recent deal with Microsoft this comes as no surprise and was anticipated, just a matter of when. Well, Yahoo! says December 31, 2009 will be the day they terminate the program. What does this mean for your bottomline? If you use Yahoo! search […]

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Are SEO Bullies Invading Your Space?

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments · General

Do you have a website that just can’t rank? No matter what you do your website never makes it to the first page, lucky if you’re in the top 50 results. It’s not because you’re doing something wrong, but you are being forced out of top rankings because of SEO bullies. SEO bullies are those […]

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Confused About Google Search-Based Keyword Tool? Here’s Some Help!

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Google

Google’s search-based keyword tool hasn’t lived up to its hype and seems others may be confused about it’s use. Google has added a HELP section on the sidebar of the tools homepage, including a help video. This is an indication to me that most users are confused about its use and the concept of the […]

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Ant Onaf Gets a New Web Design

October 12th, 2009 · No Comments · Web Design

Today, I published a new web design for AntOnaf.com. Every so often you have to spruce up your online presence and get your ducks in a row. The new design for my website was well needed, even though I still like the old design but it had some underlying code issues which prevented it from […]

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