April 2011


This post is a guest post by Raymond Manuel Aguirre

The plethora of tools on the web that can be used for online marketing has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. On one hand, it allows businesses to create a multi-platform advertising campaign that can reach a global audience with ease. However, some businesses still fail to generate a good ROI from their web marketing endeavors for failure to employ a coherent strategy.

Here are some tips that can maximize the full potential of the web in boosting business profits:

This post is a guest post by Frank Collins

When an online business owner starts to accept credit cards as a method of payment, there are several factors which must be taken into consideration. Most merchants will agree the biggest drawback resulting from credit card transactions is the high cost associated with credit card processing. With many merchants paying hundreds if not thousands of dollars per year in processing fees, the loss of income in other areas becomes even more problematic. Chargebacks occur when a credit card payment received by the merchant is reversed. When revenue is lost in the form of chargebacks, the cost of doing business goes up. Here we take a closer look at what happens when a charge is reversed and what online merchants can do to prevent this occurrence.

This post is a guest post by Matt Poc

Lots of people are so close to start making money online…

It seems more and more people try to make money online and more and more people fail to make money online. But they are so close to that magic moment…


Do you know how a waterpump works? You have to pump it hard, until the water starts flowing, but after that it is easy. Most beginners “pump” money to the level where it is almost flowing and then they say:
“No, this is not going to work even in a period of million years, I give up!”
They stop right before the magic moment. If they continued working, they would achieve their results really fast. They just need to put a little bit more efforts.

This post is a guest post by Brian Flores

You just finished designing, developing and writing the content for your website. In addition to this, you were proactive each step of the way and made sure that all your on-page SEO ducks were in a row (properly inserting keywords in your title tags, h1 tags, content, alt tags; not excessively using javascript and html; using static and seo-friendly url slugs, followed keyword density best practices etc).

Now, the most difficult step to making sure your website ranks well and is seen by search engine users is linkbuilding. Not only is linkbuilding time-consuming but Google weighs the value of each backlinks differently so you never really know how much a particular backlink will benefit your website. In most cases, though, getting an in-text backlink from a popular and respected website (in the eyes of Google) will help you more than a backlink acquired from an unpopular, unread and un-followed website.

This post is a guest post by TheSEOAgency

The power of social media has been proven time and again. It really does work to attract many more people to a business, product or service. It’s even been successfully used to advertise sweepstakes and concerts, promotional events and just about everything and anything in between. Optimizing social media channels – so that they can enjoy improved performance and generate the amount of desirable organic traffic – is instrumental in harnessing the full and unabated power of the social media platforms of today. Furthermore, using social media optimization to your advantage is a powerful tool that can propel an entity forwards into a very prosperous future.

But how do you go about optimizing social media channels? Why is it important? And what can you expect as a result for your efforts?