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Mobile-First Indexing

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First let’s define what “mobile” means to Google.

Mobile in essence is a smartphone. Not your laptop, notebook, or even tablet or iPad. It’s your phone, your smartphone. If you develop websites or even just blog, MOBILE FIRST should be in front of you at all times.…

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The Blind Spot Of “Long Tail Keywords”


Just like average Internet marketers, after taking courses and reading, I start doing AdWords campaigns. I applied lots of “long tail keywords”, and results sucked!

One must learn how to interpret the theory behind those experts by testing their theory and constantly modify and made perfect it with your experience.…

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Creating Banner Ads

Here’s the transcript for those wishing to read about how to create banner ads for your website.

In this video, we’re going to talk about how to create call to action banner ads for less than $10-$15, and you can get them created for even $5 if you use the right sites.

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Unsecured sites can hurt you

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Google, and the other web browsers have fully implemented the Not Secure statement in the URL bar on your website. Plus in many cases, they splash a large red SITE IS NOT SECURE message which also says, STAY SAFE-BACK OUT OF THE SITE.

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Who Should Consider Becoming an Affiliate?


Have you ever thought that your skills and expertise were being wasted? You apply all of your creative know how and ability for your boss and their company for very little reward. Have you ever considered taking those skills and making them work for you instead of someone else?…

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5 Things You Must Have to Succeed in Affiliate Marketing


The idea of being mere passengers on a ship meant to sail to the farthest points does not appeal to people who like to put their destiny into their own hands. They have the desire of maneuvering the ships themselves, of being able to be the ones to take it anywhere they want to.…

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Have a Mailing List of Your Own


No matter what type of email you send out, you’ll need a mailing list. The basic way to build a mailing list is by capturing name and email address information for everyone who visits your website, buys or shows interest in your product.…

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Making Effective Use Of Long Tail Terms


If you haven’t heard of the “long tail”, the phrase was made famous by a book written by Chris Anderson with the same name. It refers to the statistical graph where the line is skewed to the right without ever reaching zero on the horizontal scale. Essentially, it’s an infinite line.

In Anderson’s book, he explains how the Internet is circumventing every aspect of consumer choice. Before the Internet, consumers didn’t have much choice. We simply took what the media and retailers presented and gave up on our own “custom” desires.

After I read the book, I thought about how the long tail applies to effective search engine rankings and placements.

Below I describe how anyone with a website can make use of the long tail.
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What is SEO?

Here’s a great explanation and how to article by Ryan Stewart an SEO expert. I encourage everyone doing websites and looking for a larger audience to read his post. Click on this link to Ryan’s blog.

For those who wonder why I am using a cloaked link, here’s the original…

https://webris.org/wiki/intro-to-seo/?utm_source=Email%20%5BAdvanced%20Intro%20Guide%20to%
20SEO%5D&utm_medium=Email%20%5BAdvanced%20Intro%20Guide%20to%20SEO%5D.…

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Is Responsive Web Design Dead?


Mobile traffic is past its tipping point with roughly 52 percent of web traffic currently deriving from smartphones versus desktops – and counting. People are accessing sites and services with the expectation they will not only have the same functionality they would on desktops, but more and that sites will also use the functionality native to their devices.
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