This is a guest post by Natalia David.
Text messaging has basically taken the entire phone related world by storm. In a text a person can communicate with someone through easy, singularly sent packets of data. Just within 160 characters, an entire wide array of information can be exchanged. And through all of these benefits, the chief features of texts would have to be that they are cheap and instant. Continue reading
If you needed any confirmation that e-commerce is growing rapidly then a Forbes article, Amazon Grows, and Spends, provides proof. As is noted, Amazon.com Inc.’s business continues to grow rapidly as more users turn to the Web to do their shopping.
Competition is also growing rapidly and Wal-Mart Vs. Amazon is perhaps the World’s Biggest E-Commerce Battle: Continue reading
The current best advice on getting your blog to be visible in search engines is to add high-quality content. You may find that situation a little daunting but Matt Cutts has now confirmed Google’s view on guest blogging.
In his video response, Matt encourages “high quality” posting and identifies a high quality guest post as content “coming from someone who writes really well and has something to say.” This advice has been widely circulated so that now we have a problem of ‘embarrass de richesse’, or in other words an embarrassing surplus of riches. In this post you will find a method of selecting the very best posts from the many guest author requests you may be receiving. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Annie Harrington.
Before the advent of digital printing on vinyl, custom banners were limited to clip art style graphics and blocky letters, but these days vinyl banners look incredible. From advertising a business, to announcing a city wide event, the uses of vinyl banners are only limited by your creativity. Whether you’re considering vinyl banners for your business, or looking for an inexpensive way to say “Happy Birthday” vinyl banners are a solution you should consider. Here’s a few of the pros of vinyl banners. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Thomas McMahon.
It’s no trade secret that guest posting is a favorite technique of link builders and SEOs around the globe. This has made the inboxes of webmasters and editors who accept these outside contributions flood to the point of bursting, and has created thousands of sites that feature poorly written guest posts that are stuffed with links. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Amanda Carlson.
As the Internet develops, so does the related commercial aspect of life. Online shopping is a way that allows people to find and purchase exactly what they are looking for instead of settling for what is available locally. Although this provides a great deal of competition for shopping and a decreased cost in price, it could be doing more damage to our community than we may be realizing. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Ken Myers.
For the small business, promoting goods and services can be difficult at times when your budget only allows for so much spending. Although your website can offer a great deal of information, competition is great for nearly every niche. While you could spend a great deal of time and money in search engine optimization, there are other methods that could help generate interest in your business content. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Alastair Kane.
Rising smartphone use means consumers now have near permanent online availability. As a result, encouraging them to connect with brands online, prompted by offline marketing cues (and vice versa), should be integral to marketing strategies.
A dual-sided marketing relationship, online marketing strategies (social media campaigns, e-casts, blogs, SEO and PPC campaigns etc) and offline strategies (advertisements in newspapers, magazines, brochures, billboard campaigns, perhaps even a town crier) must integrate to present a united brand front. Continue reading
Not surprisingly the first question everyone is asking about the Google Chromebook Pixel is Would you pay $1300 for a cloud-centric laptop? This is all about the launch of this impressive laptop that everyone is talking about. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Andrew Lolk.
Through my years working with AdWords, I’ve received quite a few requests from business owners wanting to advertise with competitor names on AdWords.
My reaction to this has always been one of compliance. But I’ve only complied after carefully educating my Clients on the dangers of using a competitor’s brand (product or company name) in AdWords. Continue reading