Monthly Archives: January 2011

I’m Still Alive & Kicking

I’ve been away for a little while, as you may have noticed by the date of the last post that was published on this blog. I’ve been doing a fair bit of travelling around the United Kingdom over the past month, which would not normally be something to stop me from writing, except that my laptop is broken. So I’ve …

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A Different Way To Find A Niche

This is a guest post by Neil Jones. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. Finding a niche is a key element to developing a successful site. How marketers find a niche has been well documented on the web, many sites and training courses spew out the same ideas and techniques, most will mention …

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4 Pages Every Blog Should Have

When it comes to blogging it isn’t all about the post content (although it should be roughly 90% about that), you should also be paying careful attention to the pages that you have on your blog. When I was writing this article I was thinking about which pages would be considered as the most important ones to have on a …

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SEO Can Kiss My Blogging Ass

I have never really understood how SEO works. I know what it does, I have just never come to grips with how to make it work. No matter how many videos I watch, how many plugins I install or how many eBooks & blog posts I read. To be honest most of what I have watched or read has been …

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What 22 Plugins Do I Use?

After the post that I published on the blog yesterday I received a few enquiries (sadly all from Twitter and Email, none from the comments section) asking me what 22 plugins I now use for this blog. So here they are in alphabetical order: 1-click Retweet/Share/Like I love this plugin. It produces buttons so your readers can share your post …

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