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How to Generate More Traffic to Your Website with High Quality Original Online Content

Posted in Internet Marketing Tactics, Organic Search Results
Published Saturday, October 11th, 2014 | No Comments »

If you are an active Internet user, you might have noticed that many companies incorporate blogs into their websites. A web page of a restaurant might include a weekly recipe or an online toy shop might include a blog about new products, reviews or prices. Alternatively, a book store might blog about literary critics, debates or forums. A blog is a great way to connect with prospective customers who may be interested in the products or services your company offers. Blogs allow your customers to be able participate in interactions and communication with…

To Blog or Not to Blog?

Posted in Internet Marketing Tactics, Organic Search Results, Social Media
Published Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 | No Comments »

Many people today are expressing themselves through a blog. What about you? Are you writing a blog? In this blog post, we would like to inform you about the basic principles of blogging. We will tell you the reasons for blogging –and give you some keys on how to get started on a successful blogging adventure! If you have always dreamed of being an author and being read by many people all over the world this could be your chance to enter…

Why Content Quality on a Website Is Important?

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Published Saturday, April 12th, 2014 | No Comments »

While many of the online marketers continue to put their emphasis on link building and other search engine optimization (SEO) strategies, some of them still remember the old phrase “content is king”. It is these select online marketers who are the ones who truly run successful websites. The rest are busy in the race to get higher rankings by other strategies. It is true that for some time the search engine lord known as Google forgot about content quality and focused more on the keyword density. One bright day it was realized that the end user (you, me and the millions of others…