Take a look under the hood of my WordPress Blog to see how I’ve fine tuned it to please Googlebot.
In this series I’ll show you how to develop an effective internal linking structure so you can make the most of your site’s ranking in search engines. It’s written especially for WordPress webmasters as I link you to the resources you need.
Otherwise, if you’re interested in optimising your site for search engines, you will find some quick fixes and tips to set you apart from the crowd. Continue reading
I had an interesting encounter with The Secret the other day.
It was the sort of encounter that a visionary might have had when getting struck by lightning flying a kite or having an apple fall on their head. I have unintentionally been attracting work into my life. Many people are focussed on not being able to find a job, not having anything to do with themselves.
I however have been content with my life, even to the point that I have been turning down work.
Read this post to find out how I’m attracting work into my life. Continue reading
Everybody knows - Santa is also a brand. In his spirit, Ed Roach from the randing Experts has delivered a great article this Christmas on the Santa Brand.
Unwrap this present to find out what branding lessons are hidden within the Santa brand, by following this link: Continue reading
What do all of these sites have in common?
Besides being highly trafficked and dynamic, they are also becoming one of the best marketing mediums for internet marketers to make use of. They have also spawned a new breed of expert. One that understands how people work and how to get what they want.
Will these new experts replace social media marketers? Continue reading
Today I’m going to show you why most people who use affiliate links to get commissions from web hosting sites, will never make any money. This post is brought to you by WebHostingChoice.com.
The webhosting market is extremely saturated and it’s obviously difficult to compete with all the other affiliate sites… Continue reading
My site was down (for four days) earlier this week and it’s forced me to switch hosting providers to HostGator. It was a referral from an old school friend of mine, Dimitri Vasdekis who runs a quality headphones store from his home at HeadSonic. Can’t wait to see how it turns out.
As… Continue reading
A while ago, sponsors of MiniRiders approached us regarding the limited search capability of the site’s original search engine.
For those of you familiar with VBulletin, you probably know what I’m talking about. You can only search four letter words (without going to a lot of trouble), the search turns up horribly inaccurate results and it uses a lot of resources on the server.
It wasn’t too long till we decided on… Continue reading