My two prior posts on lost blogs and search-engine optimization using an SEO pack were, I admit, fairly negative — so now I will change tracks to tell readers about the best strategies for running blogs as opposed to what NOT to do. But before I do so, I must address an obvious question: Why should you care what I think? There are thousands of writers who all claim that they are experts in SEO, blogging for money, and related… Continue reading
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June 17th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized
JERUSALEM — As a former Boston newspaper-reporter and editor who now works in Israel in SEO and Internet marketing while still writing journalistic articles on the side, I have mixed feelings about both fields because I understand the benefits and limitations of each. In two prior posts here, I wrote how social-media guidelines have changed the nature of advertising and how social-media icons have made headlines extremely boring. Here, I will elaborate on why different Google results for “news blogs”… Continue reading
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June 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized
Here is a (unfortunate) rule of digital thumb: Ninety-nine percent of the content on the Internet is, to use a polite phrase, less than stellar. And your writings will become yet another one of the many forgotten, never-read, lost blogs on the Web unless you pursue the right SEO, blog-content, and online-marketing strategy.
In my prior post “5 Ways NOT to Become a Search-Engine Optimization Blogger,” I listed specific reasons why your blog — whether personal or business — will… Continue reading
April 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized
So, you want to use an SEO pack of software and tools to write successfully about your chosen topic? Well, I’ll be the first to admit — it is extremely difficult to make money with a blog. Thousands, if not millions, of people think that they can create a blog on Blogger, Wordpress, or any other platform, slap on some Google Ads, and watch the money roll in.
Well, that’s not how it works. And to paraphrase one of my… Continue reading