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A PLR Experiment

I am going to do an experiment. I’m going to submit a bunch of web hosting PLR articles I picked up from Jon Leger’s  Thrifty Content – 75 newly created in all (for Web Hosting). I want to kinda monitor how they are spidered and indexed. (By the Way, Thrifty Content is a great way […]

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Good Sense of Humor

In recent years it seems like everyone who is on the internet has started up a blog at some time or another. However, there is a big difference between a blog that is completely irrelevant and one that actually finds success. Use the following advice to make sure your blog ends up as one of […]

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Rank in Search Engines

People like to write blogs usually because they have information that they to share with the public. The topic may be a hobby, a point of view, or advice on a certain set of skills. A lot of people monetize their blogs, meaning that they include select banner ads on their blog page with the […]

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How to Improve Signal 1 of the 7 Google Ranking Signals: Age

Recently, I bought “Signal Pigeon” (or, “Google’s 7 Ranking Signals”) from Chris Munch (MunchWeb). I found it intriguing, and I wanted to discuss it here. Age/Time Signals Part of this signal is fairly obvious and well known, part of it is really a new way of looking at and existing factor, and part of it […]

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Zemanta Browser Widget vs. Zemanta Plugin

I like Zemanta. It is a “curation” tool that helps you create “nice” posts. It goes along with the whole idea of magazine-style blogs that have lots of content that interests people. I have tried a couple other curation tools, but Zemanta is the easiest and most available  of the current products. When I first […]

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