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It takes more than just fancy flying. Read to earn money by writing online? Selling advertising to monetize your published content online is one of many ways to make money by writing online. It is also one of the most popular thanks to being able to generate passive income for a long time without the … Read more
If you want to make money writing online, you’ll need a website. WordPress gives you a high-quality website fast. Just make sure that your writing gets what it deserves by looking for the right things in your WordPress theme.
A long time ago, like a year ago, I ran across some folks in a forum who warned me that Skimlinks is a scam and that I should stay away. Over time, I’ve come to depend on that forum less and, in fact, have come to trust others who are have success in a similar … Read more
One of the dumbest things the SEO world ever spawned was the 300 word blog post or the 300 word article. Way back in the day, there was a sort of consensus among search engine researchers that followed Google and used their knowledge to instruct website owners in the practice of search engine optimization that … Read more
Google pushed out a set of updates to its search ranking algorithm in the first couple months of the year. These changes affected websites and webmasters in waves, with the first update hitting one set of the so-called content mills, and the second wave hitting those who got missed the first time around. After much … Read more
Like most writers engaging in the enterprise of writing to make money online, I use Google Analytics as one of the ways to track how much traffic comes to my various websites and articles, and just as importantly, where they come from. Like most things Google, Analytics is a free utility offered to any webmaster … Read more
Continued from first page How Content Mills Beat Google. The most well-known Google ranking signal is the number of incoming web links pointing at a webpage. A webpage with 500 incoming links is considered “better” than one with 20 incoming links. While those other ranking signals may have some impact where pages have link counts … Read more
There has been a lot of news lately about how spam-filled Google’s search results pages have become over the last few years. One of the oft blamed culprits are the so-called content mills. A content mill is essentially a website that cranks out high volumes of webpages in order to always have something ranking highly … Read more
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is a big concern for many writers and website developers. The concept of SEO runs counter to pretty much everything a good writer learns. SEO suggests that a webpage can rank higher in search engine results pages, or SERPs, based on how well it conforms to certain search engine friendly … Read more
Noticed that WordPress released a new update. WordPress 3.0.2 worked without any problems so far on my websites. The WordPress automatic upgrade process when smoothly. It also appears that there are currently no issues with any of my favorite WordPress themes. If you hear of any problems with the latest WordPress 3 update, let me … Read more
What happened to WonderWheel on Google search? For those of you webmasters and bloggers who like using Google’s WonderWheel tool, there was an unexpected surprise that came with the new Google Instant search rollout. It seems that Google thinks that the functionality of Wonder Wheel is handled by the ever changing search results and suggestions … Read more