Home Page Content for Conversion

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The Ultimate Guide to Fixing Your Conversion-Killing Homepage Written by Neil Patel on October 24, 2015 The heart of your site is the homepage. It’s the gateway to every other page. It stands to reason that mistakes on this page can kill your conversion rate. When people search for specific keywords on a search engine, they’re…

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Link Development & Content Marketing: Why, When and How?

Courtesy Vertical Measures Kayla Tarantino    March 15, 2016 Link Building It’s a well known fact that acquiring high quality, relevant links to your website is an important part of an SEO strategy. But, what about your content marketing strategy? Does building links belong there as well? The answer is, yes! Content and links can’t function without…

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Yikes, are you killing your business with this huge SEO mistake?

Yikes, are you killing your business with this huge SEO mistake?

by katetoon | Jun 20, 2014 |   You know what I’m sick of? What really gets my goat? So-called Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) experts telling unsuspecting business owners that to succeed with SEO you just need to install a plugin, fix your bugs, write some blogs and send a few tweets. Why? Because it’s…

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Creating Content

I seem to have hit a couple of roadblocks over the past few weeks. I am stuck on week nine of my Partnership to Success course which is based on defining my niche. So I am now some six weeks in arrears. I have not been able to come up with anything remotely useful regarding…

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Progress? – Week Eleven

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The tasks and checklist for Week 11 of Partnership to Success have laid in front of me for five days – and I haven’t even completed Week 9. From what I’ve read it seems that completing that week’s schedule is one of the most important items for success in Internet Marketing  – defining my niche.…

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How to Change WordPress URL Without Moving or Reinstalling

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Courtesy of the folks at TechBasedTraining Imagine you installed WordPress on a folder named ‘blog’ and you like it so much you want to use it as your main website. Meaning, you want anyone going to yoursite.com to land on the WordPress site. It is actually super easy to do and you don’t have to…

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Why Choosing a Blog Niche Might Not Be a Good Idea

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Why Choosing a Blog Niche Might Not Be a Good Idea By Guest Author There are a few pieces of advice that tend to come as standard when you look for help with blogging. “Write compelling content”, “network in your niche”, and “stay consistent” are probably the most common words of wisdom you’ll receive. “Pick…

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5 Ways to Eliminate About Page Anxiety

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This is a guest contribution from Natalie Gowen. Today I’m talking About Pages. Or, rather, I’m talking about About Pages. Either way – please don’t go screaming from the room. Yes, your About Page is one of the most important pages on your site. Yes, it can make a deep emotional connection with your readers. Yes,…

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Weeks 6 and 7

I’ve been very distracted these last few weeks with problems. A major one has been, and still is, getting a Google Adsense account. It appears that I cannot submit www.terencekierans.com/blog, because “the URL must not have a path (example.com/path) or sub domain (subdomain.example.com)”.  The PtS support desk advised that since www.terencekierans.com is redirected to www.terencekierans.com/blog then…

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The Three Week Gap

I am now up to Week five of the Internet marketing course “Partners to Success“. There have been a few hiccups along the way with delays injected by family holiday, computer problems, and a bout of ill-health. Excuses, excuses, excuses… . My reading of “Bloggers Roadmap” has not progressed any further, but I have read some…

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