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7 PPC Advertising Predictions For 2014

Its that time of year when everyone’s looking to the coming year, and in the fast moving world of PPC advertising a year is a long time. In PPC, while the basics stay the same, we’re constantly seeing new innovations. In the spirit of the new year, we had a whip round the Inbound360 office […]

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Monetize Your Blog Before Its Too Late

For those with a blog, there is no reason not to monetize it. Making a good income out of your blog is very possible and you can start immediately. It takes a very short time for ads to begin appearing on your blog and the rest is left to how well you are promoting the […]

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How To Make Your Blog So Good That The Subject Matter Doesn’t Matter

Choosing the niche for your website is usually one of the most important things you can do to secure your own success or failure. This happens right at the start of the process, right when your website is still just a twinkle in your eye, and yet it will dictate the course of your entire […]

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4 Social Media Clangers That Will Ruin Your Event

If you are looking forward to holding your next event but are worried that the turnout may be a disappointment, then this article is just for you! We’re discussing how social media can be used effectively, and more precisely, how not to use these platforms. Although there is no element of rocket science with this […]

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Handling The Handle: 5 No-fail Tricks To Pull Off The Perfect Twitter Campaign

Creative Commons image source If Facebook made getting in touch with old friends and reaching out to new friends easier, Twitter made it faster and much more creative. It is not so easy to be efficiently expressive in just 140 characters. This is exactly why it becomes an awesome choice for businesses too. However, watch out. […]

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Amazing Things That Only Coders Can Do For Their Websites

Web design and coding are interrelated subjects, though not distinct. While one can help the other, you can easily tend to get by with just one of the skills. A web designer for instance can do their whole job using tools like Dreamweaver and WordPress and never even look at a line of HTML or […]

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Google Penguin Vs. Panda – What’s The Difference?

Penguin and Panda are two of Google’s algorithms that have been instrumental in determining search engine ranking in search engines. There have been some changes made in both algorithms that people should be aware of to increase their search engine ranking position. Here are some of the latest changes and comparisons that you need to […]

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Tips And Tricks To Choosing Your Next Link Building Company

Although Google’s algorithm has hundreds and hundreds of different ranking factors, backlinks have always remained one of the strongest influences. It’s true that Google is trying to move toward a more holistic approach that focuses on the big picture, the community and social engagement, but backlinks are simply not going anywhere. They are still and […]

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Why Usability Is King When It Comes To Website Design

Website by Emily Jarvis In order to make a lasting impression with your website visitors, you need to implement interfaces that go beyond simply a plain, usable website. Web design now forms the basis for greater expectations for an excellent user experience. The following points will insure people enjoy using your site, remember you, spread […]

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Banhammer! : 6 Tips For Google Penguin & Panda Recovery

With the newest Penguin update having been released late this May, we’ve put together a list of the best practices in the industry today to best cope with Google’s updates over the past two years. Whether you have a beef with Panda or despise the Penguin updates, using these strategies can provide your site the […]

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