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Do you really need 'Keywords' for your website optimization?

Think you need to have 'lots' of Keywords on your site to make it rank well??? Wrong. One of the most misunderstood concepts in optimizing your website is believing that you need heaps of keywords. What we know as the 'Keyword Meta Tag' has been ignored by Google for a long while now. So how […]

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Common Misconceptions about managing your own website

Do you have a business website?Is the content updated regularly?Is there just the one person on your staff who knows how to access the administrative side of the website and make those changes?What happens when that one person leaves?Is the framework of your website is updated regularly?And what about the plug-ins and modules? Did you […]

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Why Small Businesses love Client Referrals

All small businesses love referrals for their products/services. If you're a start-up business, whatever the case may be, getting new customers is always helpful. It is common knowledge that referrals from existing clients are a great source of referrals in small business areas. Your current clients are your best assets since they have experienced the […]

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Reasons Your Website Is Slow

One of the best things you can do for your website is to improve the page speed loading time. It will keep customers on your site who might otherwise give up waiting for it to load and leave. It also creates a much more user-friendly experience when a user can click easily and quickly through […]

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Creating Systems for your Staff

If you're in a leadership position in your corporation or small business, you know that your employee/s can make or break the success of your business. Hardworking employees will bring you success, however, those not so inclined may bring you down. Implementing systems for your staff Implementing systems for your staff is one of the […]

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9 of the Biggest mistakes when writing a blog post

MISTAKE 1: You think of ideas that only interest you. You are not going to be the only reader of your blog post. Think of the information your readers want to read and don't get too technical. MISTAKE 2: Your writing appears to come from a manuscript or novel! Write the way you talk. Just write […]

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