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Thursday, August 13, 2020

‘The One Skill that Makes an Online Entrepreneur Unstoppable’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

The latest post on ‘Copyblogger’ Blog is titled “The One Skill that Makes an Online Entrepreneur Unstoppable”.Johnny B. Truant says, “Pop quiz, hotshot: What’s the most important skill you must have in order to be successful as an entrepreneur, especially in an online business?Is it salesmanship? Is it social media savvy, or SEO knowledge?Is it writing and content marketing? (Because I know a great blog about that.)”.The One Skill that Makes an Online Entrepreneur Unstoppable‘Copyblogger’ Blog [...]

‘Exploring the New Features in Bing Webmaster Tools’ – ‘SEOmoz’ Blog

The latest ‘SEOmoz’ blog post is titled “Exploring the New Features in Bing Webmaster Tools”.Daniel Butler says, “Bing recently announced some pretty cool new features within their Webmaster Tools, so in this blog post we are going to delve a little deeper to see exactly what these tools are capable of. The Markup Validator (Beta)”.Exploring the New Features in Bing Webmaster ToolsSEOmoz [...]

Need more names on your email list? “List Dominance” shows how #ad

What if you could add 100 names to your list every week? That would make a difference in your business results, wouldn’t it. Isaiah Jackson says his new List Dominance system can do just that.His system includes a guide book, a squeeze page you can copy and use, along with a Thank You page to welcome new members of your list.Learn more about the List Dominance system here. [...]

‘Delicious Founder Creates New People Search Engine, Skills.to’ – ‘ReadWriteWeb’

The latest post on ‘ReadWriteWeb’ is titled “Delicious Founder Creates New People Search Engine, Skills.to”.Marshall Kirkpatrick says, “Joshua Schachter and his team of star developers at TastyLabs have begun work on a second project, an endorsement and people search engine called Skills.to. The site lets you endorse people for their skills in various fields, see what the people you know have been endorsed for and search for people with particular skills”.Delicious Founder Creates New People Search Engine, Skills.toReadWriteWeb [...]

‘Stop Paying for Stupid Clicks: Negative Keywords for Positive ROI’ – ‘SEOmoz’ Blog

The latest ‘SEOmoz’ blog post is titled “Stop Paying for Stupid Clicks: Negative Keywords for Positive ROI”.Keri Morgret says, “One of my guilty pleasures is looking through the search query reports (SQR) of an AdWords campaign for the cringe-worthy search queries that led to someone clicking on a PPC ad. Really Google? You felt that goat transportation cost was related to my keyword of freight costs? Or that a babe cam search should show my ad for digital camera?”.Stop Paying for Stupid Clicks: Negative Keywords for Positive ROISEOmoz [...]

‘With E-Book Ban, Apple’s “Closed” Nature Goes Too Far’ – ‘ReadWriteWeb’

The latest post on ‘ReadWriteWeb’ is titled “With E-Book Ban, Apple’s “Closed” Nature Goes Too Far”.John Paul Titlow says, “It’s easy to take jabs at Apple for sometimes being to “closed.” From restrictions on mobile apps to the limited customizability of the iPad, it’s a reputation that the company has earned even as it sells millions upon millions of devices. Even the original Macintosh infamously discouraged tinkerers by requiring specialized tools to physically open it up”.With E-Book Ban, Apple’s “Closed”... [...]

New “Traffic Avalanche Secrets” Shows how to get other people to send you traffic virally #ad

Viral traffic is the best kind: it’s free, it’s targeted and it’s quick. When the virus spreads, the traffic comes.YouTube and other video sites are good places to start a virus. Facebook, too. Traffic Avalanche Secrets starts with these popular sites and shows how to exploit their success for your own.You will start with free techniques and you may decide to use the included low-cost software suggestions to ramp up your viral speed.If you want the secrets to generating viral traffic to your website, get Traffic Avalanche Secrets here. [...]

‘RWW Hangout – The Future of Search’ – ‘ReadWriteWeb’

The latest post on ‘ReadWriteWeb’ is titled “RWW Hangout – The Future of Search”.Jon Mitchell says, “Each week (more or less), Jon, Robyn and other ReadWriteWeb team members hold a Hangout On Air on our Google+ page to take a break from the grind of reading and writing and talk face to face about the tech stories of the moment. We post prompts for what we plan to talk about, and we invite anyone in our audience to join in. The conversation streams live on Wednesdays from 11:00 to 11:30 a.m. Pacific (click here for your time zone“.RWW Hangout –... [...]

‘On Facebook, What You Give is What You Get’ – ‘ReadWriteWeb’

The latest post on ‘ReadWriteWeb’ is titled “On Facebook, What You Give is What You Get”.Alicia Eler says, “It’s your best friend from 5th grade’s birthday, and you almost missed it because you were stalking your 7th grade best friend on Facebook. The time is now 9pm, in your time zone. In a moment of freedom, you return to Facebook.com and notice the tiny birthday notifications in the upper-righthand corner”.On Facebook, What You Give is What You GetReadWriteWeb [...]

‘Europe Targets Google in Fresh Privacy Investigation’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Europe Targets Google in Fresh Privacy Investigation”.Alex Fitzpatrick says, “Does Google’s new privacy policy conflict with European law? France’s official data protection agency is launching an investigation to find out.The Paris-based data watchdog CNIL will check out Google’snew policies across Europe, reports Reuters“.Europe Targets Google in Fresh Privacy InvestigationMashable.com [...]