Creating shareable content is key for spreading brand awareness and is a very important aspect for online marketing success.
Not only is great content one of the most important foundations of your website, it is the driving force for online engagement and has been known to improve relationships with existing readers/clients as well as gain the trust of new potential clients.
By providing content that ... Continue Reading →
When you’re a web designer, graphic designer, or similar professional in a creative field, you have two essential tools for attracting new clients: word of mouth and a stellar portfolio. The latter can be invaluable so it’s critical that you’re able to build a strong one and drive traffic to it.
Neglect these tasks and you’ll be at a disadvantage, but if you can maximize ... Continue Reading →
In his 1989 best-selling business and self-help book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey outlines a series of “true north” principles that help individuals attain their goals and adapt to change.
More than 25 years later, do these tenets still ring true? And, what if we applied them to today’s search marketer?
1. Be Proactive
From a marketing perspective, proactivity has become a ... Continue Reading →
Blog traffic is not driven by new traffic; individuals driven by return clients. Your new traffic is going to be fluidic. One week you might have lots of new visitors, and the following weeks you may have very few at all. Your repeat viewers are the ones who are supposed in order to create up the bulk of the traffic. And, if ... Continue Reading →
This is a guide on how to promote video content on YouTube, with significant focus on channel optimization, harnessing YouTube settings and features, website modifications and the opportunities involved in paid video promotion.
Follow these 6 tips on how to promote YouTube videos, and you’re guaranteed to see an improvement in viewership, reach and overall engagement. Continue Reading →
YouTube the most visited search engine for ...
What is negative SEO?
Negative SEO occurs every time somebody is trying to harm the website traffic, rankings or reputation. The most discussed type of negative SEO is links related, though. It takes place when the website is attacked by the enormous amount of low-quality links. High traffic to the website used to be a good thing before Google released its Penguin (the latest ... Continue Reading →
Blogging is fast becoming an essential for businesses across a diverse range of sectors. Retail, I.T, travel, food & drink and entertainment brands have all done their fair share of dabbling in this commonly overlooked activity, and while some might be quick to rubbish the idea, it’s an undeniable fact that blogging has the potential to transform a brand.
It’s not quite true that ... Continue Reading →
Our team would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We thank you for using our RSS tools and looking forward to meet you all next year full of energy and espiration!
We would like to share our nearest development plans:
- RSS Reader
- New General RSS Feeds Generator
- Brand new Postomator
Have great holidays! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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RSS Generator team
Undoubtedly WordPress has been excellently set up to get the best of Search Engine Optimization.
That’s the reason why most of us are always reluctant to get away from the cozy comfort of WordPress and get the site hosted with third party.
Also, transition to a third party means increased responsibility starting from the need to finding a web host compatible with WordPress version to the content to be published.
It takes great efforts ... Continue Reading →
Thanks, Google! Its algorithm updates continued unabated in 2014, leading to panic among some search marketers and dread among many more. Now that Google has been on a mission to reduce the visibility of low-value pages, especially those that are over-optimized for keywords, does it seem like there are hardly any optimization techniques left that won’t get you dinged? There are, in ... Continue Reading →