You Need to be an Expert at Something for These 7 Reasons

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Employing authority marketing as a strategy to grow your brand and increase your reach as a business has many benefits. Authority marketing, which could also be referred to as expert marketing, simply means that you become known as an expert within your field.

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A Simple Traffic Generation Strategy You’re Probably Not Using – Take It!

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This is a strategy for boosting traffic and exposure to your site that I came up with on the fly during a recent SPI fan meetup. After sharing it, everyone was pretty stoked about it, so I’m happy to pass it along to you.

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Gmail Auto Purge – Delete Old Mails Automatically

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Auto-purging can help keep your mailbox lean and tidy. For instance, if you have created a rule in Gmail that archives all your newsletter subscriptions to a particular label, these unwanted messages will live forever until you manually purge them.

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Google Didn’t Intend For SEO’s To Use The Keyword Planner This Way

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Just practicing my Upworthy titles. Did it make you click? Now that you’re here, we’ll look at what I’m talking about in a moment. Your client’s keyword and topic ideas are due at 4pm. Plus, your coworkers are having beers at 3:30 and you don’t want to can’t miss out on that.

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Lacking Confidence? 5 Ways to Put Pride Back into Your Web Design Practice

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You majored in web design in college because you heard it was a high-demand field. Plus, you’re pretty good at it and you find true joy in creating something spectacular. But, now that you’ve graduated and entered your own practice, you’re wondering where all this “demand” is.

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Good Reads: Aim for Boring

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When you start a business there are lots of peaks of excitement, spikes of traffic and surges of signups. It’s addictive, and you look forward to the next adrenalin rush and try to work out how to engineer the next ‘moment’. That’s fine, for a while.

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Good Reads: Formatting For Increased Traffic, Conversion & Engagement (and how I grew one of our site’s page traffic by 9275% by reformatting it)

If you’re in a hurry, the tool I’m using to create beautiful blog posts is called Thrive content builder. Feel free to click the link and check out the video to see how it works. When I was still a student a few years ago, I was looking for lazy ways to improve my grades.

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Good Reads: Writing Maintainable WordPress Themes

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Comments are closed on this post. Please leave your feedback on the series’ respective article. One of the most difficult aspects of building any type of software is the amount of work that’s required to maintain the project after its release.

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Good Reads: The Roles of WordPress Development

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In the last three posts, I’ve spoken a bit about the salaries of WordPress developers, why they may be lower than traditional software developers, and some of the expectations that come with what a WordPress developer may be (depending on their role).

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Good Reads: 10 Google Analytics Reports That Tell You Where Your Site is Leaking Money

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Your website is leaking money. Everybody’s is. The first step toward plugging the leaks is identifying WHERE the leaks are. Which funnel steps, which layers of your site, which specific pages are leaking money? Google Analytics can provide answers.

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