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Influency Lesson: You Can't 'Google Yourself Too Often'. Or maybe you can, but it'll make Influency, Search Engine Optimization, and Long Tail Marketing improve Read More
Let’s start with a question: What’s the single most important factor when it comes to making money with Google AdSense?

It’s organic traffic (i.e. traffic from Google and other search engines). Read More
Small business owners have to run on tiny budgets and that becomes constraint for effective publicity. The online marketing performance also suffers due to this crucial factor. The remedy lies in organic SEO, which efficiently works for the website of small business and supports the placement in hi Read More
One of the best ways to build links to your site is to participate in content marketing. After all, content based links are very valuable. As long as the content is good it will get noticed by the search engine spiders and target audience members. When speaking to anyone in the SEO industry about b Read More
No matter how you look at at, selling any business for 7 figures is pretty damn amazing. And what’s even more impressive is that Jim was a one man show at the time. He built his blog from the ground up all by himself. Read More
Raven Tools announced they were getting rid of rankings and ranking reports, because of this I did a full review of their tools to see if they were worth keeping. Check out my review and add your own thoughts. Read More
In this new series, find out what happens behind the scenes as we let socially conscious startups tell their story. Guest post by Katy Gathright of Designed Good. Read More
Of all the things I learned from last year’s Bootcamp – enough to fill several books – there are some lessons that really stand out. These lessons changed my perspective, helped me get rid of the doubt I was feeling, and increased my income. I still review them often. Read More
If you have limited time each day to grow your business, you probably want to streamline as many tasks as you can. But email seems to be one of the hardest to reduce and organize. You might be at “inbox zero” now, but tomorrow you could wake up with 50 new emails demanding your attention. Read More
So far this week, I’ve explained how I handle the several big things that must be done each day in my freelance business. But I didn't talk about what to do with all the small tasks that seem to endlessly get bumped to the next day.

First, I believe it's important to create to-do lists. Write al Read More
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