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Proper Keyword Placement on Your Website

Proper Keyword Placement on Your Website

Proper Keyword Placement on Your Website

Proper keyword placement on your website is extremely important for your readers and for the search engines that will send you readers.

Before writing anything, research your keywords and make sure that you have selected the best keywords and keyword phrases that define your product and will bring you people that actually want what you have to offer.

Once you have your keywords you have to place them at certain places on your website. You should have your keywords positioned throughout your content and also in the HTML text that is hidden to reader’s eyes. Continue reading

Choosing SEO Blogging Software

Choosing SEO Blogging Software

Choosing SEO Blogging Software

Whenever you post a new blog, it is full of fresh ideas and information. In order to get high rankings in search engines, the contents of your blog should always be fresh and so you need to update often. How can you optimize the blog contents and get high rankings?

You can do this by putting the right key-phrase or keyword in your blog RSS title and scatter them all throughout the blog post you mustnât forget about internal linking as well because this plays an important role in the rankings. These things can attract more readers and subscribers and the coolest thing about it is that it won at cost you anything. Continue reading

Blogging for Dollars Might Sound Like the Latest Game Show

Blogging for Dollars Might Sound Like the Latest Game Show

Blogging for Dollars Might Sound Like the Latest Game Show

Blogging for dollars might sound like the latest game show or some new drinking game, but it’s the latest craze to hit the Internet. Bloggers began blogging for a number of reasons, but as the blog movement has increased in popularity for the help They have found ways to monetize their blogs and are seeing their commitment pay off.

Whether a blogger’s focus is to communicate with customers or just to have fun, they have begun looking at ways to earn revenue from their blogs. The most popular ways for bloggers to earn some added cash for their pet projects are: Continue reading

Blogging for Business the Great Thing About Web Logs and the Growing Set of Software

Blogging for Business the Great Thing About Web Logs and the Growing Set of Software

Blogging for Business the Great Thing About Web Logs and the Growing Set of Software

If Howard Dean’s failed political campaign accomplished anything, I would say that it brought to the mainstream the use of something called a weblog or “blog” as it known in cyberspace. A blog is really nothing more than a diary uploaded to the Internet and until about the last 12 months was the realm of the individual who saw it as a way to publish there random (and sometimes disturbed) thoughts.

The great thing about weblogs, and the growing set of software that is being created to publish them, is that they are a tremendous business tool for the help Weblogs allow you to create content and contact…and that is what your clients crave more than anything. I use a program (there is a free trial version) called PMachine to publish my weblog.

This program allows me to simply make many entries and updates and also allows readers to add comments. Better still, now seemingly random articles can be sorted and searched by content or subject. My weblog is more like a content management system and my readers seem to love it. Another great reason to explore the use of weblogs is that search engines seem to love them. Within 30 days of launching my weblog it became the most visited page on my fairly high traffic website. So what is it about blogs that those little spiders love so much?

Here’s a little secret, search engines crave content. Okay so maybe that’s not such a secret but to look at many websites you would think it so. The fact is that too many websites just sit there doing nothing that the search engines admire. Providing content, not to mention fresh content, is one of the toughest chores of anyone who maintains a website. But when it comes to generating traffic it is the most important job. Blogs, by their very nature, are all about content. In a commercial environment every blog entry is fresh content. Get in the habit of making two, three, even four entries a week and you’ve got a content building bonanza on your hands for the help Everyone knows you need new content to give visitors a reason to come back; blogs just make the task so much easier. Another advantage that blogs seem to currently possess over traditional web pages and sites is lack of competition. While the number of bloggers grows daily, there are still relatively few commercial blog sites. When I created my blog I found that it showed up in the number 3 spot in Google for the term “Marketing Weblog” within about 3 weeks of launch. Not bad considering I did nothing to make it happen.

There are a couple of other things you should do to make your weblog a traffic magnet. They aren’t really that different than tradition SEO tactics but the names and faces are unique to the blogging world. Use targeted keywords in your entry titles No rocket science here but this tip can’t be stated enough. Forget cute…go for titles that fit your targeted keywords and phrases…even if they seem a bit awkward. (You do have targeted keywords and phrases don’t you?

Few Blogging Mistakes You Must Avoid

We as humans are not born perfect even sometimes I also do make mistakes. It’s great to make mistakes because it’s only when you made the mistake will you be able to learn how to solve them and do less of them. I thought of sharing some of my major top 5 mistakes I made when I blog online so that you are aware not to do them too.
1. When Blogging Do Not Use Your Own Symbols Readers Will Not Understand.
I think it’s because I love to chat on online chat messenger
, I tend to always use symbols like =) or =P in my blogging articles or go on  I discover that what I assume people may understand they see a smiling face to be a whole different thing to someone else on a foreign country. Do try to avoid you any symbols to express expression on your blogs.

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10 Tips on Proofreading Your Blog

Reading becomes difficult when the written article contains errors such as spelling, punctuation, grammatical and poor sentence structuring. The flow of reading is lost with the presence of these errors. There has been a lot of effort made to reduce these errors. A blog is a place where you can put your online content, and there has been a lot of discussion about proofreading your blogs and for the same purpose, there are so many proofreading service providers available online. These service providers can make the posts written on your blog free from grammatical, structural and punctuation errors. You can get it done by these professionals, but it will cost you. To avoid this cost, it is better to proofread your blog yourself. Continue reading

Backboard – Get valued feedback instantly

Today, the whole team is proud to launch a major update to your Backboard experience.

The new Backboard

We’ve listened to your requests and addressed many of them with these six features and many more:

Document and feedback, together at last

One of the biggest shortcomings of the old Backboard was that you had to be constantly scrolling between the document and the feedback people left on it. Viewing markup was even worse: the page automatically scrolled for you, but you couldn’t see what the person was talking about where they were talking about it. It was inefficient at best and maddening at worst.

Starting today, the feedback is on the right side of the page, always conveniently in view for your reference.

Contextual markup

Backboard took a major step forward in August when we added the ability to draw markup right on the document, but a major limitation was that you couldn’t associate your markup with particular feedback; you’d have to say something like this:

The first circle: change the wording.

That line over there: update your explanation to fit with the new graph.

Page 17: I think you could add a few more examples.

No more: now, when you draw markup on the document, a text box immediately pops up and you can write to explain what you drew, right there next to the markup.

When the document’s owner comes back to see your feedback later, he or she can simply move the mouse over what you wrote and see a line pointing to the markup you drew. No more ambiguity, no more frustration, just your feedback, clearer than ever.

Markup shapes

Since none of us, at least here at Increo, are mouse drawing experts, we added some extra options when drawing markup. You can still draw freeform markup just as before, but now if you hold down the Shift key while drawing, you’ll get a straight line, and if you hold down the Option or Alt key, you’ll get an oval. If you hold down both, you’ll get a circle.

Now all of your feedback can be picture perfect and completely clear, to boot.

Live resizing and fullscreen viewing

Until now, Backboard has been a fixed width, which is great if all of your documents are the same size, but insufficient if you have wide presentations or large source materials. Sure, there were zoom controls — and they’re still here in the new release — but now Backboard is as wide as your browser window.

Additionally, you can use the button at the lower-right corner of your document to go fullscreen and use all of that glorious screen real estate you paid for when you bought your monitor.

Live streaming of new feedback and new versions

If you hated having to wait for your colleagues to email you back with their comments or having to constantly reload the page to see if any of your colleagues had responded yet, hate no more: new feedback now streams instantly straight to your browser.

If you’re leaving feedback and the person who created the Backboard adds a new version, that shows up instantly, too! No more waiting for an email that tells you to go back and check out the Backboard again.

Continuous scrolling and keyboard controls

Among the myriad overall enhancements to viewing your document or presentation, you can now use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate from page to page, and if you upload a multi-page document, you can now see all of the pages, one after another, instead of only seeing one page at a time.

A whole bunch more!

We’ve fixed quite a few bugs and made dozens of other small tweaks, and we think you’ll really love the new Backboard experience. All of us are really excited about this release, and we hope it helps you get feedback like never before.