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How to Make Sure Your Blog Revenue Goes Down

Written by Guest Blogger on August 22, 2014

Blogging is mainly about writing content that your readers will find useful and valuable. Whether a post is about practical tips, or it is a thoughtful piece, the important thing is that any visitor to your blog finds it worth his while. Even better, you want that visitor to keep coming back.

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While there are bloggers who blog “just because” and don’t really care about whether they earn money or not, it cannot be denied that blog revenue is always welcome. There are many ways to make money blogging, and one of the main methods is via ads.

While you can have considerable blog revenue just by having an ad system, it requires one vital element: traffic. And lots of it. (more…)

What You Need to Know About Title Loans, and How You Can Take Advantage of Them

Written by dave on August 19, 2014


These days, everyone can use emergency cash. Life is so uncertain that you just don’t know what will hit you – and when. The smart thing to do, of course, is to have a savings account that will always be there for you whenever you find yourself in a pinch.

But what if you had just dipped massively into your savings because of a recent emergency? What if you find yourself in a bind again without cash? Maybe your credit cards are maxed out as well…

Good thing there are some options, and one of them are title loans. (more…)

How to Incorporate Team Building in Your Blogging Career

Written by Guest Blogger on August 5, 2014

Blogging is one of the most popular online jobs today. This can be done in the comfort of your home or in an office setting together with other team members. Each work environment presents different challenges and benefits to the blogger but whatever you choose, it should be in line with your needs and goals.


Working at home as a blogger would mean working as a freelancer or in a fixed employment basis for a single company only. A freelancer normally works as an independent contractor which means you work on your own for several groups submitting posts directly to several content managers and getting assignments from them.

Those employed by a single company, on the other hand, work as a team in an office although some allow a telecommute position. Whether you choose to work at home or in an office environment, you accomplish tasks together with other co-workers or team members. (more…)

Why Law Firms Should Have a Blog

Written by Guest Blogger on July 25, 2014

Many law firms are joining the social media bandwagon today. Social media experts are seeing this as a positive development as it allows lawyers to reach out to their target audience in a more personalized manner. It enables them to establish themselves as so-called thought leaders in addition to their use of the traditional marketing methods.

Lawyers in the U.S. started using social media in 2012. This was when the Law Society issued a social media guidance for attorneys. The month of June in the same year saw the growing use of Twitter by legal counsels with an increase of 663 percent among people seeking recommendations on their social network.

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Apart from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and blogs are considered the fastest and cheapest method of reaching out to clients and keeping abreast of the latest industry trends. And reports have noted that lawyers are taking advantage of these platforms not only to promote their law firms but also to gain advantage over their close competitors. (more…)

Improve Your Social Media Presence by Guest Blogging

Written by Guest Blogger on July 23, 2014

Social Media presence can be a lot of work. With the many platforms we have to contend with to ensure our participation,considerable time and effort have to be given and this is not easy. Gaining relevant backlinks is one of the reasons why people would persevere at it. For those who are seriously pursuing this option, it will be of great interest to know that Guest Blogging can provide premium backlinks while improving social media presence.

How does that happen?

Guest Blogging Provides the Right Trail

Guest blogging in a site that has an established audience in a related niche provides just the right trail for the author and his/her own sites to be found. It allows for the option to have the necessary links placed usually in the author’s bio including personal profile links in social media platforms. An article that is received positively by readers almost always results to having additional followers. This can do wonders to a person’s social media presence as it tends to be magnified many times over through the seemingly effortless and voluntary sharing of other people. This is certainly a better option than overly promoting one’s self.

Guest Blogging Packs in More Power in a Single Stroke

While impressive social media presence will have to be obtained by working through several platforms, an impressive guest blogging post can single-handedly deliver the same results. This is why it is very important to use this opportunity to create an impression that the online audience will find hard to resist. Do not guest blog just to do so. Make it memorable and appealing to the audience of the hosting site and the desired premium links will follow.

Guest Blogging Offers Benefits

Many see guest blogging as writing for free and thus may find it largely unappealing. While guest blogging in quality sites do not usually come with compensation, it certainly comes with its own fringe benefits which is primarily critical exposure. It is like getting an enviable advertising space and using your article as payment instead of money.

So How Does Guest Blogging Improve Your Social Media Presence?

In many simple ways actually but it all essentially boils down to the right exposure. When an author is exposed to the right audience who are not shy about their appreciation for good writing, social media following will surely happen. The bonus comes when other people do the talking for you instead of you doing all the talking for yourself.