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Wondering what’s true and what’s false in the slew of optimization information out there? Here are three SEO myths every blogger should know!

In the world of search engine optimization, there are several different SEO myths floating around the mystical webisphere. From the rumors that throwing in a few keywords is all it takes for content to go viral to the ever-popular “Google is smart and magical” statement, there are (unfortunately) several misconceptions people still actually believe about SEO. […]

Wondering whether the length of your content really matters? These helpful insights prove long-form content is better and can work wonders for your website!

Let’s set the scene: You’re writing your next blog post, but can’t decide on the length; after all, short and sweet is better than long-form content, right? WRONG. Whether it’s articles, Q&A’s, weekly newsletters, product reviews, or the oh-so popular listicle, the options for content creation are never-ending. One thing’s for sure though, long-form content […]

Are you a blogger wondering how to improve your website’s traffic and get better search engine results? These 5 DIY SEO ideas will help you optimize your content and improve your site!

Generating organic traffic is hard! Every type of blogger (from crazy about cats to fashionista to Etsy extraordinaire) knows the struggle of attempting to effectively implement DIY SEO. Search engine optimization is only meant for ultra tech-savvy people, right? WRONG! The truth is, there are several simple DIY SEO practices you can tackle today. Listen, […]

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Way back in the beginning of this century, Beyoncé dominated the music charts and affiliate marketers dominated the search engines, but their styles were polar opposites. Where Beyoncé rose in popularity for unadulterated quality vocals, an attractive package, and an intimate understanding of her core audience, affiliate marketers rocketed to the top with one-hit-wonder style […]

Language has leverage. From your professional correspondence to your website content, the way you use the written word is just as meaningful as the words themselves. But sending an introductory email with a potential client’s name spelled wrong is definitely worse than using a sentence fragment in a blog post to illustrate an idea. Your […]