What’s a website without traffic? Knowing how to increase website traffic is a must for every website owner and webmaster as having a constant flow of website traffic is undoubtedly important for a website’s success. It’s just this simple, No traffic, No customers, and No sales; hence, your business gets stuck. In this post I walk you through 7 great tips to guide you on how to increase website traffic and grow a better and more successful online presence.
Trends of domain name hijacking have today filled every corner of the web; day in day out, complaints of domain name thefts popup from individuals who have worked so solidly to build profound rankings for their domain names only to have them stolen by a domain name hijacker. This dilemma has kept many webmasters and website owners wondering about measures they can actually instrument to ensure their domain name protection.
In actuality, not knowing how to protect your domain name nullifies all your efforts in building an online presence ( all backlinks built, all articles written etc.). Most website owners don’t have a slightest clue about any protective measure they can instrument, basically they register a domain name, point it to their host’s name servers and that’s about it. But does that really guarantee your domain name’s security?? Naa! In this post am actually going to walk you down the road to effective domain name protection to help you get some insightful points on how to protect your domain name from creepy hijackers.
Article writing is one of the biggest dilemmas that most online entrepreneurs find quite challenging and hard to deal with. Being a well-known freelance writer for over a year now, I get numerous requests from friends asking if there is some short and quick-to-get-by formula on how to write articles. In actual fact, I get asked most often by some of them to share the software I use to write articles so they too can dive in and start generating compelling contents for their blogs and clients.
The truth is “I don’t use any software to generate content” and I wouldn’t advice anyone to go in for any so-called “content generator” software to generate articles, be it for your blog or a client. Google is increasingly getting sterner on spun or plagiarism contents and so are other search engines. These stern SEO rules from search engines have now imposed the need for fresh and unique contents and have left website owners with these three trending questions: Continue Reading