Monthly Archives: May 2015



getting along with your business partner 25 comments
A Shared Goal Can Be Achieved With The Right Outlook, Book Co-Authors Say Please enjoy today’s guest post. Good business partnerships can lead to great things, whether it’s Ben and Jerry dishing up ice cream or Penn and Teller dishing up magic. But sometimes partners aren’t well matched. Their personalities fail to mesh, their differing visions lead to a clash of wills and what seemed like a good idea at the beginning disintegrates quickly in a flurry of angry words and ill will. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. A business partnership – like any relationship – can […]

Overcoming Differences To Remain Business Partners and Friends


how to write better content 49 comments
Here is a  list of my top 10 articles on creating website content that rocks. 22 Ways to Create Fresh Content for Your Site How Do You Create High-Quality Content? Take My 30 Day Content Challenge You’re Thinking Too Much About Keywords The Saga of Bogus SEO and Optimization Tactics How to Edit Your Site Copy: Commas, Quotation Marks and Semicolons New SEO Tips That Will Give Your Site Google Mojo Are You a Sex and the City Writer or a Dragnet Blogger? Spring Clean Your Website and Make it Shine Don’t Create Generic Content Here are some bonus videos […]

15 Tutorials for Creating Amazing Website Content



prevent people from stealing content 48 comments
If you’ve posted content on the web, you’ve probably had your articles stolen and posted on another site. Often, the thief will claim that he wrote the brilliant article you paid for or wrote. The gall of these people! I’ve had it happen to me so many times I can’t count them all. Time to fight back, everybody! There are some ways that you can thwart content thieves and even get their sites shut down. The No Copy Code The No Copy Code keeps people from being able to copy and paste your articles or blogs. Simply copy and paste this code […]

The Big Jerks! How to Deal with Content Theft


google SEO tips 2 comments
There has been a lot of buzz about how social media accounts affect the SEO of a brand’s website. The 2013 Moz Search Ranking Factors study has already concluded that pages with Google+1, Facebook likes, tweets, and comments rank better than sites that don’t. That’s not what I’m out to prove, though. I want to prove that by simply having posts that link to your site on social media search engines will send more traffic your way. In 2014, Matt Cutts said that search engines don’t care about social media, but still, I wondered… Flashback: Posting fresh content isn’t supposed to […]

Does Social Media Affect SEO?