Category Archives : Blogs


Ultimate Theme Framework for WordPress

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It took one complete year struggling in the labs for WordPress to prepare itself for the launch of  the new theme. The WP ultimate theme is a dynamic, robust and flexible SEO framework for wordpress.

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It took one complete year struggling in the labs for WordPress to prepare itself for the launch of  the new theme. […]


15 Tips to SEO-Optimize ANY Blog 18

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Many have started blogs to achieve a high output of content. This, in addition to providing fuel for social media consumption and traffic, is also excellent for search engine traffic, which is still more meaningful in terms of revenue.  There is one small catch. Just having the content in blog post format, even with a […]


How to Write Fluently for the Web 3

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It’s time to abandon the press release.
Reporters rarely have time to read them, receive a tremendous number of them in their inbox every day, and your competition uses the same strategy to win attention. The traditional media is also becoming increasingly irrelevant for amplifying your message thanks to the spread of alternative channels.
What replaces it?
Writing […]


Four Guidelines for Posting Frequency 5

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There is no single answer to the question of how often you should post to your blog. Whether it’s a large corporation, a mid-sized one, a startup, or a solo operation, it depends on the nature of the content, the expectations of your community, and what you’re writing about.
If you post too much dense content, […]


Social Media as Lifestream 4

I recently came back from a vacation in the Sierras that left me more in need of a vacation than when I left. As one Twitter pal said, I needed a “vacation from my vacation” at that point. That got me thinking about how we use social media in a similar way. At first, just surfing around, then huffing and puffing at some point down the road. The same seems to hold true for content producers within a company who employ social media to get their message out: unintended overkill.


How to Anticipate a Flood 2

Most of the advice that you’ll read on internet marketing stresses the importance of reacting to existing data. JC Hewitt explains why anticipating consumer behavior can be a more profitable strategy.


Attention is Expensive – Part I 5

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Blogging for your business is foundational to any online marketing effort.
But it’s not enough to drive the kind of broad-based, continual attention that’s necessary to drive business in a predictable fashion.
The web enables all businesses to run their own media channels. It’s possible for a single blog post to spread farther than a New York […]


SEO: Why Do-Follow Blog Comments? 16

Many overlook the power of comment love from blogs ( like this one! ) who provide do-follow rel tags on all of our post links and comment links. While comment spam is understood by most blog owners to be bad, many are starting blogs without any conception of why they should provide do-follow rel tags on comments (and posts!). As someone who’s been knee-deep into SEO since well BEFORE Google, I’ll enumerate them briefly…


Analytics: Pushing Readers’ Buttons 7

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Last week I posted a saucy post with a photo of an attractivish bare-legged woman giving a presentation to a group of also-pantless colleagues. I included a title that used the word “sexy” and the popular tag “NSFW.” Friends dropped their jaws. Strangers lined up to get in…and guess what? People started stumbling the site […]


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Analytics PT 2: Sexy Graphs (NSFW!) 3

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Assuming you read (and religiously followed) my first post in this Analytics series, and that the tools are already set up and you were just waiting for more on the how-to, now here it is. Apart from all the great graphs that seem to indicate progress of various kinds, all these numbers can leave a […]