Articles in the Headline Category
Last week’s leaked LinkedIn password scandal is just another in a stream of PR disasters that companies occasionally have to deal with. About 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were allegedly posted on a Russian hackers’ web forum, and experts are advising all LinkedIn users change their passwords on the site, as well as any other website where that password may be used. LinkedIn did confirm that passwords had been compromised but failed to confirm the number of passwords affected by the breach. Only time will tell how LinkedIn will recover from this, but they are just one of many businesses who [...]
General, Headline, Hints and Tips, Webmaster »
When building a website, many people try to take the shortest approach to victory. They throw up some pages, put second-rate content on them and then hope to start making money right away. In reality, this approach seldom works and then they start to get frustrated with the process. Those who find the most success in building a website typically aim to create an authority site. Authority sites typically receive the lion’s share of traffic from the search engines and have more credibility in the eyes of visitors. As a webmaster, you should care about your site authority and how [...]
Guides, Headline, Hints and Tips, Uncategorized »
With so many people out there calling themselves web designers these days, it’s important to stand out from the crowd. Creating unique and effective websites requires not just an eye for design but a knack for choosing compelling photography and images as well. Potential clients will be most impressed if you can demonstrate a range of looks, laid out in a variety of interesting and creative ways. While stock photography is an easy method for accessing such imagery, it’s crucial to mix things up so that your work doesn’t wind up being a carbon copy of every other website out [...]
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Experiments, Headline, SEO »
Recently I have been working on a site for my wife, a clothing ecommerce store. The marketing plan, is to rank well in Google for a variety of keywords, both for the home page and also many of the inner pages. Within 2 months I have my first 4 keywords ranking in the top 10, and providing steady traffic.
Like many individuals, the ritual of a coffee in the morning is borderline necessity for me and it is also one that i look forward to each and every day. Now there are many reasons for this, the foremost being that the coffee is excellent and the others largely relating to the attractiveness of the waitresses. The occasional hot customer comes in as well which is yet another perk and this is where the origin of this mix-tape lies.
Browsing the net as I usually do particularly considering I have no friends, or social network that doesn’t consist of ones and zero’s I had another realization that is so startling you probably should sit down to read this, (who the hell stands up whilst using a computer anyway?). Everyone online (particularly in regards to blogging) has become complete and utter pansy’s too afraid to say no, and completely unable to remove their head from each others asses. I have a theory that if the most popular bloggers began preaching the world is flat, there would be some boats falling off the edge of the world, and low level bloggers everywhere saying “I told you so”.
One of my favorite bloggers, Daniel Scocco from dailyblogtips.com sent me an email with the above subject line. Unfortunately the link Daniel provided was to his new website which is targeted toward new webmasters setting up a website and to be frank, lacks substance. This lackadaisical approach towards a mailing list raises some interesting point for me, Daniel, George W Bush, the Inuits, and anyone else who currently has a mailing list.
Experiments, Headline, Marketing »
So it seems the internet has judged me and emphatically judged me as someone not worth listening too. Of course I am referring to my distinct lack of RSS subscribers to this blog. Before you say anything, I am well aware that its not my fault that there is a lack of subscribers, it must be a simple tip, or piece of code that I am not implementing properly. So knowing this I have launched this series in a quest to find out the issue that is handicapping my exponential growth in subscribers and popularity.