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7 Local SEO Tips for Entrepreneurs

8 January 2014

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Localization is the art of styling a website so that it appears relevant for a certain location. Webmasters already control elements of a page in an effort to appear for certain terms, localization applies those concepts to geographic locations. Using some special coding techniques and some off-site SEO work, you can achieve remarkable results within […]

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WordPress can only get better

4 November 2010

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With every new update to WordPress I am quite amazed at how much better it gets and is slowly but surely it is becoming the best CMS option available on the web. I have used Joomla quite a bit and it has some good features, but I think WordPress surpasses Joomla in ease of use […]

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Coupon and groupon script comparison

4 August 2010

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After hearing about how successful group coupons sites like Groupon has become in the U.S., I thought it would be interesting to try and create my own site. Since Groupon focuses on the US and Europe, there are plenty of opportunities to set up your own site in an area that Groupon doesn’t operate in, […]

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New SEO challenge

18 September 2009

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I don’t usually pay a lot of attention to SEO. Of course I follow all of the basics and do whatever I can to build links, but I don’t go much beyond that. I like setting new challenges, so I thought I would run a little experiment to see if I can get a new […]

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Starting a new blog and promoting it

5 March 2009

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I am planning to spend a bit of time in Indonesia. There are so many things that fascinate me about the country. Aside from Bali however, it doesn’t get much attention. Anyway I have decided to start a new blog on life and news in Indonesia – AboutIndonesia.com. I found really nice magazine like theme […]

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Relationship Advice Site and Blog Ideas

11 December 2008

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The internet is full of sites with varying degrees of knowledge and expertise on a variety of topics and issues. One of these areas is the realm of relationship advice. Starting a website and generating the requisite traffic would be a cinch if you pick the right niche. People are constantly looking for ways to […]

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Structuring my new website

21 October 2008

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I am currently in Thailand taking a little bit of a break, but also spending some time on my new travel website. I am still thinking exactly what I want to do with the site. I decided to use Joomla as the CMS for the site. I was thinking about Drupal at first, but after […]

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My next great project

24 September 2008

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The Olympics are over and at least the monetary gain although the monetary gain from the site was disappointing, I am soldiering on working on a new project. Most of the sites I started are doing ok now and don’t require too much maintenance, therefore I can put a lot of time into my next […]

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Website idea: industry blog/news site

22 September 2008

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Many internet gurus will tell you to build websites based on niche areas with high search volumes. If you are looking for something different, why not start a news site or blog (if there is any difference) on a particular industry. Most industries have some kind of trade magazine that all companies that belong to […]

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Some thoughts on my Beijing website

27 August 2008

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The Beijing Olympics are finally over and some people have asked me how the blog went. Financially the site didn’t do as well as we had hoped. The site started well during the opening ceremony. It also did well the first week when Michael Phelps won his medals and then traffic tapered off a bit. […]

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