Another great article from Aeron Wall listing the best search engine marketing tools, one of them which you don't know yet. The tools are categorized into keyword research, search analytics tools, search engine rank checkers, link analysis tools, ppc tools, and competitive research.
Writing paid post is perhaps the most straight forward ways to earn some revenue from blogging. The way pay post works hasn’t changed much; after reaching mutual agreement with advertisers, you write about them, they pay you. And if there is a 3rd party (middle man company) involve, they take cut. Most middle man company provides marketplace for advertisers to look for publishers, vice versa. Here’s a list of web services that pays you to write for them.
Are you looking to build an online store? Every internet store must have a way for users to select and purchase products. Shopping carts have become the cornerstone of every successful eCommerce site. The technology has been around for years now, and there are solutions for just about every skill level: you can do it yourself, outsource the work, pay companies for hosting, or even turn a WordPress blog into a simple shopping cart using plugins. Here are over 35 shopping cart solutions for your business.
Making money online is a dream for many, but the simple fact is that it’s often just as tough as making money offline. Due to requests, we’ve put together a list of the most popular money making methods today, many of them focused on blogging and peer production. The list are categorized into get paid to write or paid blogging, advertising programs, affiliate networks and programs and paid social media programs.
If a picture's worth a thousand words, how many dollars is that? Taking photos is fun. What's more fun, is getting paid for taking photos. Yes, you can make money from your photos. In fact, thanks to the wonderful Internet, it's now easier than before for photographers to reach buyers. You can sell your pictures and thereby become a published, professional (or at least "semi-pro") photographer. It just takes time and effort.
Aaron Wall and Andy Hagans published 101 link building tips to market your website, which was inspired by the other article. Considering the furiously changing face of search engine marketing and with 2009 already ahead of us, I thought it was time to evaluate both lists and create an updated collection of link building strategies.
DoshDosh: How can I make money with MySpace? Or rather, should you even bother with developing MySpace as another source of online income? As a social network that sees very heavy daily visitor traffic from millions of users, MySpace has been the target of aspiring entrepreneurs, internet marketers and webmasters.
HONGKIAT: Managing multiple authors for a blog is never an easy task. It’s often a challenge to keep co-authors in control, getting them to write quality content on schedule, making sure they did not miss anything before hitting the publish button, etc. Luckily there are lots of WordPress plugins and resources out there to help owners and administrators to manage co-authors.
Wordpress by default, just like other blogging platforms, has automatically been adding the "nofollow" microformat extension to all links from user generated content such as comments and trackbacks. To support the growing rejection of NoFollow for blog comments, here's a compiled this list of plugins that help you remove nofollow from your blog forever.
Larissa Meek: Finding a reputable web designer or programmer can be a mind boggling process for those who don’t work in the digital space. Finding a good fit for your needs is a challenge but it all starts with the right job platform. The best interactive job boards are a niche industry and well-known within the interactive community. Below, I’ve compiled a list of the most reputable job boards that target high-end talent and offer a variety of opportunities.
Note: The following is completely ridiculous. I know it is. I totally admit its purpose is to get you to buy something, make no mistake about that. Let’s say you have absolutely no intention of buying anything. That’s cool. In that case, treat it as a fun thought exercise to clarify your own ideas about what kind of traffic you want for your blog. Whether you end up giving me your money or not, I think you’ll learn something worthwhile. Have fun!