Monthly Archives: July 2009

How To Optimize Ads On A Blog For Better Profit

Darren Rowse, over at ProBlogger.net, has put together a killer 4-minute video about how to improve your Adsense earnings on your blog. It is well worth a watch, I assure you that there are some great advice to be taken away from it. Image by Gino Crescoli from Pixabay

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IND Official Sponsor Of Bethnal Green Celtic

Some people might be aware (well, only if you read my personal blog over at deansaliba.com) that I have become involved in the running of a semi-pro football club based here in the United Kingdom. I am still a player for the club, but at the age of 31 I’m sort of moving away as the younger guys come through. …

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Would You Like To Win A FlipHD Camera? Contest Has 10 To Give Away!

This is just a quick heads up to let you all know that MMO Guru Shoemoney, over at www.shoemoney.com, has teamed up with David Dellanave to put together an awesome Twitter contest where you can win one of ten FlipHD cameras. The rules are pretty simple: 1) follow @shoemoney 2) follow @ddn 3) retweet about the contest. That is it, ten …

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Best & Worst Thing To Happen This Week?

I was reading a post recently by a blogger called Mia Freedman which asked the question “What’s your BEST & WORST this week?” I thought that this would be a good question to put to my readers but with a bit of a twist to it. Instead of asking what has been the best and worst thing to happen to you in …

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8 Ways To Increase Traffic To Your Blog

The hardest part of producing a blog is not getting great mouth-watering content (although this is very important), the most important part of running a blog is actually driving traffic to your blog. It has happened to almost all of us at some point in our life as a blogger. You have a fantastic layout, good readable content, but nobody …

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How To Fix WordPress Internal Server Error

Anyone who has used WordPress for even a small amount of time will be only too aware of the pain when you try to access it and are confronted with the dreaded 500 Internal Server Error. It normally happens either at a busy time or when you want to publish a new post. 99% of the time the problem will …

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