Many options exist today for a business to have a presence on the internet. While a majority of business owners may hire a professional to develop a website for them and get it online, some business owners opt to go the do-it-yourself route. It’s not as difficult as you think to learn how to build a decent-looking website yourself. I hold the belief that anything to do with a computer – building websites, programming, repairing computers, networking – you can learn it online. Google and Youtube are your friends.
Because search engine optimization (SEO) best practices and procedures change all the time, business owners should conduct periodic assessments to determine whether or not adjustments need to be made. If a business website isn’t properly optimized for search, it’s most likely missing out on a significant amount of traffic from the search engines, including from potential customers.
I’m an affiliate marketer at heart and I can appreciate the blood sweat and tears that goes into link building for affiliate sites. If like me, you stay awake at night, dreaming of new ways to acquire backlinks and conjuring up new strategies to get those all-important customers to your site, I’m hoping this post will be of some help to you.
Yes, Google Reader is going away, and yes, there are great alternatives. However, if you’re tired of web services shutting down on you, why not take matters into your own hands? Tiny Tiny RSS is a free, open-source syncing RSS platform with more features than Google Reader ever had, and it can’t get shut down. Here’s how to install it and set it up.