Blog and Website Promotion

A Moral Person’s Guide to Making More Money Online – While Making the World a Better Place

February 21, 2011

While perusing a few of my favorite blogs this morning, I found a great post on copyblogger.com entitled The Idealist’s Guide to Raking in Tons of Cash. In a nutshell, the point author Sonia Simone–co-founder and CMO of Copyblogger media– makes is this: that businesses should prioritize making the world a better place – not […]

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How to Increase Online Traffic with Flickr

January 16, 2011
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Flickr is a site owned by Yahoo that allows anyone to store and share photos online. (For more info on Flickr accounts, see my post about Flickr.) There is also a way to use Flickr to increase viewers to your online store (Ebay, ecrater, Amazon, etc.), website, or blog. The appropriate way to do this […]

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Drawbacks VS Benefits of Free Blogging Sites

November 21, 2010
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When I first started blogging about a year ago, I started up a free Google Blogger account. It was pretty easy, even though I’d never done anything like that before. However, at the time, the only way we were permitted to monetize our blogs was with Adsense–whereas now, bloggers can also feature products from Amazon.com, […]

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Hot Blog Tip — Increase Traffic to Your Website with Amazon

November 18, 2010
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I came across a good idea for bloggers or webmasters to increase traffic to their website. And it’s an idea I hadn’t heard about specifically before. One of the more commonly known methods for promoting your blog or website is to be active in social networking forums. That means commenting–and making sure that your profile […]

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Google Boost Helps Small Businesses Advertise

October 28, 2010

Google has come along with another great product called “Boost.” Boost is tailored to local (I interpret this as “small”) businesses. Boost is only in its beta (testing) stage right now, but you can bet they’ll be expanding before too long. Right now, Google Boost is available in San Francisco, Houston and Chicago. Boost advertisements […]

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