The problems with cheap web hosts

Cheap web hosts are a dime a dozen. There are plenty of hosts that offer unlimited space, domains, and bandwidth all for less than ten dollars a month. Unless the WordPress site you are running is an experiment, it is best to avoid using one of the cheap web hosts. Here are a few reasons […]

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How to measure success in SEO

There are various ways companies use to measure success when it comes to SEO. In some cases, it is overall traffic growth, in others its sales. Most of this will be based on the company’s understanding of SEO and how it works. Here are a few ways to measure SEO: SEO specific metrics These metrics […]

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Tips to Spec Out an App for Your Business

You may have a brilliant idea for an app, but there is a problem with brilliant concepts. It is difficult to explain your concept to your development team. That is, of course, unless you know how to create a great spec. Define Everything A great spec requires that you define all acronyms and concepts. This […]

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How to make money from your blog

There was a point that everyone was starting a blog to eventually make money from it. The theory at the time was to start the blog, and write and get your content ranked. Once you started getting traffic then you could think about making money. All that hype sadly didn’t translate to much success for […]

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Quick ways to improve your stagnant SEO

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Once you have passed the beginner phase and have completed your first SEO campaigns, there can be a lull period before you get the budget or the development time necessary. In that period, you can try these low cost easy to implement tactics to improve your SEO. Build internal links One of the best ways […]

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Top Marketing Trends of 2016

Stay visible by being aware of what your customers expect online. With today’s browsers being more diverse, demanding, and fragmented, knowing what encourages engagement will pay off in 2016. Get the most out of your Los Angeles marketing efforts by embracing these marketing trends: Less Disruptive Engagements Advertising attempts that are disruptive or intrusive are […]

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eBay now serves AMP

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eBay announced that they are now serving as many as eight million pages using Google accelerated mobile project. This is the first time that a major non news site has deployed AMP and could be a sign of things to come. eBay said that the deployment is currently for many product and category pages. These […]

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Google bans payday and high-interest loan ads

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Recently, Google announced that it will no longer accept ads for payday loans requiring repayment within 60 days. The ban does not cover standard loans such as mortgages, car or student loans. It does however include other high interest loans: “In that vein, today we’re sharing an update that will go into effect on July […]

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Google adds Merchant Center Feed Rules to make shopping feeds easier

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Google has released Feed Rules, which is intended to make it easier for advertisers and retailers who manage their shopping feeds on Google to format the data correctly. At this point the process is known to be problematic and there are even other vendors now that specialize in doing product feed formatting. Google is hoping […]

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Email Marketing Has Gone Mobile

Smart phones have become the preferred platform for checking emails. The mobile revolution has pushed the public to utilizing mobile phones more than the actual desktop. This is due to the capabilities that these new-age phones offer. It’s essentially an all-in-one computer that allows the user to do anything from watching their favorite shows to […]

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