I broadcast live on Twitter a few moments ago.
Someone asked me if I did affiliate marketing. But the topic of the video was: “You always have the opportunity to help people.”
I spoke about seizing opportunities to help people for roughly 5 minutes before the Tweeter asked me an affiliate marketing question. I did not once talk about affiliate marketing. Plus the video topic was seizing opportunities to generously help people through content on a variety of platforms.
Threats follow trends and thanks to the digital explosion that has spread the world over, hosting a website today has gotten increasingly dangerous.
This is even worse considering that most people who own websites try to monetize them, meaning there is the potential for significant impact.
Even as Google last year warned of an enhanced focus on mobile readiness for websites, 2018 also saw mobile malware attacks doubling. While this specifically may be only loosely related, the general trend of cybersecurity threats following the crowd can be seen.
The biggest question I have for you is: Do you blog legally?
You are doing any other business online. Are you legally protected?
You’ve done all that’s possible to protect your domain, your content and hosting from hackers. You are also protecting your funds and earnings.
But have you legally protected your online business all together?
This is an area that’s being handle with levity. Many online entrepreneurs don’t even know what it means to legally protect their businesses online. But I’m excited today, I was able to pick the brain of a successful lawyer and blogger about blogging and doing business legally on the Internet.
Google by far is the most important source of natural traffic for every online entrepreneur. While other search engines have a place, Google traffic seems to be the most attractive.
But getting more and more readers from Google is a tough game given the constant changes and fierce competition.
In today’s post, I want to help with some tips on how to get better ranking on Google SERPs and increase your traffic in the years ahead.
While these tips will help increase your Google traffic, you will also be getting traffic from other search engines.
Blogging for women is quite challenging but these are female blogs I recently came across and most of them are killing it on Pinterest.
I’m a dad and I’m happily going to show you these interesting women’s blogs to follow in 2020.
Some of them are powered and run by stay-at-home mom bloggers who make $5000+ a month blogging.
If you are a woman, you can make it online like these great friends. They blog and teach other women how to blog and make money from home.
They have powerful courses to teach everyone (woman or not) how to succeed online. So be sure to check out their blogs, courses and follow them on their different social media platforms.
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Are you looking for practical blogging tips on how to create blog posts your readers and Google will love?
Do you want to write blogs that generate more clicks, engagement, and converts? Better still, does your content strategy include blogging? If you said yes, then you’re in the right place.
Blogging is one of the best digital marketing tools that can help you connect with clients, would-be customers, and also strengthen your brand reputation. It is no wonder Ryan Biddulph of Blogging From Paradise indicated that blogging has several moving parts.