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Multiply Your Exposure by Going International
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Multiply Your Exposure by Going International

It’s true that a majority of blogs based out of the U.S., U.K., and Canada have a predominantly English-speaking audience but they also have around 20% of their traffic coming from non-English-speaking countries. Here’s how to increase that 20% figure and further capitalize on the international audience in two easy steps.

The Quest for PageRank
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The Quest for PageRank

PageRank is a number that Google uses to represent how important a page is for the search engine. As more and more people start exclusively using Google, the PageRank method for assigning importance becomes a priority for content producers wanting to rank higher in search results. But as with everything, there are those who will accumulate rank organically and those for whom the end justifies the means.

Privacy, Security, and Reliability – Part 1
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Privacy, Security, and Reliability – Part 1

One of the first things anyone offering a service should keep in mind is that to ensure loyalty you have to create an atmosphere of trust through offering privacy, security, and reliability. While you can’t always deliver on these promises, it is important to keep them in mind and acknowledge their importance in your success. In the next three posts I’m going to look at each of these three important elements one by one, and a company that has had to deal with one of each.

Product Isn’t Always Enough
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Product Isn’t Always Enough

It’s true that in most cases a good product is unique and innovative and self-sufficient enough that the maxim ‘build it and they will come’ stands true, but there are many other instances in which your products success can be prevented or limited because of things that are our of your control. Let’s look at an example.