Monthly Archives: May 2014
Blogger Outreach: The Next Big Thing?
It’s been said over and over again and I’m going to add to it one more time; quality content is the best thing that can happen to your website; be it in the form of blogs posts, guest blogs, infographics or simply images. That said, amidst all forms of blogging practices, blogger outreach has taken […]Continue Reading
#5 Weekly Roundup: A Retrospect
The last week was a chaos which saw the Panda 4.0 stir up a storm that left even the big boys like eBay shaken from the core. Google is clear; poor quality content can only lead you to disasters! But there’s more that happened besides Google Panda 4.0. Just in case you missed the action; […]Continue Reading
How to Increase website traffic through Search Engines?
Prelude Traffic building is like an elephant in the room that everyone knows exists but they’re too uncomfortable to talk about. It’s often debated upon, rarely discussed, discussed in small bits and seldom delved into, in its entirety. This was precisely the reason I took to writing about this subject, covering all aspects, the challenges […]Continue Reading
Social Media: How To Increase Your Success Rates?
There are various reasons that a business needs social media, but the most important is to mark its presence and establish itself in the market. Apart from paying for advertisements, there are several ways of marketing online. They can promote their business by getting a good customized website, articles and blogs about their products and […]Continue Reading
#3 Weekly Roundup: A Retrospect
So we’re back again, to give you the highlights of the last week that was engaging, pacifying and eventful. Cutting out on the frills, here are the top stories that kept all us webmasters, on our toes! Binge on. I. Google Adwords MCC Script: Now Accessible To All It’s officially made accessible to all users […]Continue Reading
Vector Vs Raster: What Do I use?
When there are two very effective methods to carry out a task that you can choose from, you might waver between the two. This always happens. The Beatles or the Stones? Let us look at the two graphics that are widely used: Raster and Vector. While both are equally good and not every argument favoring […]Continue Reading
#2- Monday Weekly Roundup: A Retrospect
If you happen to have a website, you must have been ogling at the e-news feeds and journals in the past week, to watch out for the next website that went down the Google SERP chessboard. It may sound cliche but the penalties that occurred on Google’s website were quite a startle for webmasters across […]Continue Reading