Category Archives: Internet Business Tips

WordPress.org vs WordPress.com ? Which One Should I Use?

You’re ready to take your blogging more seriously, and you’ve done our research. Many business websites use the wordpress platform for its ease of use, versatility, and customizability. But, which WordPress should you use? WordPress.com or WordPress.org? What is the difference, and which is the best choice for your small business? Read on and find

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New York: The choice for techie startups

Ask Mayor Michael Bloomberg what business sector is booming in his city, and he’ll not hesitate to answer – ‘Nearly 500 new technology companies have launched in our city since 2007, creating more than 10,000 jobs.’ What’s the fuss about? It’s no wonder why budding entrepreneurs are choosing “Silicon Alley” as the place for their

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Is there a utopian NYC neighborhood?

What is the best neighborhood in New York City? Of course, the answer depends on who you ask. There are so many variables to consider: rental rates, proximity to work, quality schools, theater availability, etc. With each neighborhood bringing its own rhythm & character to the table, there are many aspects to consider to find

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The shifting SEO paradigm

The amount of SEO knowledge required by site owners and webmasters these days can be intimidating. The number of pages indexed by search engines is near 4 times the number just a few years ago. For your business to be a competitive force in today’s market, how much SEO is enough? How much SEO is

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10 strategies to increase website traffic

You’ve created your website, and it’s beautiful. You’ve posted it on Facebook, tweeted it to all your followers, emailed your contact list, and called every family member. Now, you’re sitting back waiting for the stats to show millions of page views. But, it’s not happening. Why not? Are you promoting your website in the best

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Maximizing a website’s earning potential

In the era of the World Wide Web, nothing speaks more about a company than its website. Economic hardship, access to unlimited web resources, and market overflow has revolutionized how we spend. Consumers relay on the web to learn about companies? services and product prices, availability, and quality. With increased frequency, purchasing decisions are based

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13 items YOU MUST HAVE when building a website

How wonderful is the fact that just about anyone today can start an online business! All you need is a great idea and a web presence. Before you begin to tackle this presence alone, it is important to remember that your site is how people will view your company, thus your initial reputation. It is

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2 roads that lead to effective brand positioning

In the world of big business competition, it is crucial for small business owners to establish themselves. Brand positioning allows your business to promote itself, to define a presence in a world of cut- throat competition. Effective brand positioning will help your small business effectively and efficiently use the limited marketing resources you have available.

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When do-it-yourself is the bad choice: 5 items small business owners should invest in

Small business owners as a group are often prioritizing expenses to determine which options fit into the budget and which don’t. We try to do many things ourselves in order to save funds and improve our bottom line. However, there are some things in which an investment is a good idea. Otherwise you run the

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How to use social media to increase your profits

You probably already have a Facebook account right? You may have even checked it today to see if your friend had her baby or to drool over your buddy’s vacation. You know the definition of a tweet and +1, but do you really know how to use social media to help your business? This article

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