Monthly Archive: July 2012

Jul 31

Google Algorithm Changes – What This Means for Your Current SEO

The recent algorithm change made by Google has affected the search rankings of many websites. The changed, called Google Penguins, has garnered a lot of attention.

Jul 31

Client Talk – When the Client is Behind on Invoices

Client Talk is our weekly advice column about the trial and tribulations of working with difficult clients. If interested in submitting a topic or question for this column, then do so through the link above. I have a client who is several months behind on his invoices. We’ve been working together for only year, and …

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Jul 30

Access, Apps, and Storage All on One Cloud [With Video]

Cloud storage isn’t that new a concept, and any smart freelancer or entrepreneur would use a cloud provider instead of the normal external hard drives or backup CDs for their data. However, cloud storage comes with a new twist when you have the ability to rent apps and programs and use all that from any …

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Jul 30

A Beginner’s Guide to Properly Using Keywords

Using keywords is one of the most important parts of building your website, blog, or online business. In fact, some might say it’s the most important part. Remember when you were a child and you would turn on the television, and then suddenly you weren’t just in the living room any more, but it’s as …

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Jul 30

Letter from the Editor – Whew!

The past 30 days involved a lot of launching, moving, cleaning, packing, traveling, marketing, and organizing. Finally, a lot of that is wrapping up, and things are settling down. This allows for time to plan and to focus, instead of constantly racing to keep up or even catch up. A chance to take a little …

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Jul 27

Protect Against Data Breaches by Getting Rid of Spam

How much spam do you get on a daily basis? And don’t you hate it when spam gets through the spam filter? Even one spam email is too much, but one cleverly disguised spam email is all it takes to have a data breach. A GFI Software survey of 202 IT professionals from small and …

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Jul 27

Where’s the Best Place to Be a Microbusiness?

New Research Reveals the Most Business-Friendly Cities and States Recent research from online listing service Thumbtack.com, in partnership with the Kauffman Foundation, found that Idaho, Texas, Oklahoma and Utah were considered the friendliest toward small businesses.

Jul 27

Using Air Purifiers to Keep Your Indoor Air Clean [Advertorial]

Allergies, pet dander, dust, spores, mold—these are just a few of the things people with allergies are forced to tolerate in the course of their daily existence. While there’s little that can be done to limit exposure to these irritants while outdoors, Sylvane makes a variety of air purifying products designed to keep the indoor …

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Jul 26

How to Choose a Cloud Provider

Choosing to move your data to a cloud service is a big decision, one that requires some thorough research before it’s made. There are certain things that you should keep in mind before you decide on a service provider. With my experience in the field of cloud computing and after reviewing hundreds of cloud service …

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Jul 26

4 Ways to Attract Visitors Using Pinterest

If the social media scene were a high school, Facebook would be the popular jock. Twitter would be the cheerleader. Tumblr would be the hipster. YouTube would be the drama kid. LinkedIn would be the straight-A student. Instagram would be the artist. FourSquare would be the party animal. Reddit would be the geek. Google+ would …

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