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The Power Of The Business Card

The business card has been a part of business relations for decades, originating in the 17th century as a calling card for esteemed Lords and business figures who would have themselves announced ahead of their arrival by a servant bearing card and insignia. But how relevant is the business card to the modern day business […]

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Is it possible to use wordpress themes outside of wordpress?

Read William Gets‘ answer to Is it possible to use wordpress themes outside of wordpress? on Quora

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How do I market a daily journal blog?

There are two main things that attract people to a blog: the blog focuses on a specific subject The blog does not have a specific subject but the writer has a specific character that appeals to people I assume your blog fits into category 2. Even though category 2 falls into the general interest genre […]

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Does a bounce rate affect my website SERP?

Answer by William Gets: It seems logical that Google would down-list a page with a high bounce rate against a competitors page with the low bounce rate. But apparently, a high bounce rate does not affect the position of your webpage on a search engine results page. I have often asked this same question with […]

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What is the Best SEO Tips For Beginners?

Answer by William Gets: Mmmm, it is a very complex and technical field. SEO is also often misunderstood and these days seems to mean everything to do with Internet Marketing. SEO means optimising a digital asset so that it is indexed correctly by a search engine and if it is done really well, will get […]

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How can someone improve their SEO for technical programming blogs?

Answer by William Gets: Technical programming is a fairly wide but niche market; easy to ring fence as I assume technical programmers “hang out in the same places” on the internet. Gjivan gives good advice in that SEO is SEO and the same rules apply generally but having a niche market does make it easier. […]

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Do SEO keywords and AdWords matter for a start-up’s website?

Answer by William Gets: Trying to beat incumbents on SEO and PPC is hard and expensive but not impossible – your promotional efforts still get through. On-site SEO is fairly quick to do once you have done your keyword research. The off-site/SEM part is long and you simply need to keep it up and see […]

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If my landing pages have a slightly different layout and content …

Question:Answer by William Gets: If my landing pages have a slightly different layout and content depending on the source (organic&direct traffic), does it affect my search results. Answer by William Gets: The problem would come with duplicating content and that your direct traffic landing pages (from your PPC campaign for example) should be “no-indexed” to avoid […]

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Can I change a blog site to an e commerce website or a social network website?

Answer by William Gets: You can do that. With WordPress, you can create a website that behaves as a blog and then later add other content and functionality. Make sure you start your blog using a self-hosted WordPress.org website rather than a WordPress.com website. WordPress.com is a free blog that is hosted by WordPress and […]

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If your website is 100% optimized for SEO, would you need a budget for SEM? If so, how much?

Answer by William Gets: Definitely. On-site SEO is only really an equaliser – you and your competition can end up doing the exact same amount of on-site SEO; 100%. Once on-site SEO is done, you will need to beat the competition with great content marketing. The budget will depend on what you need to beat […]

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