Someone Stole Your Content, Now What?

Say you find your exact same content on someone else’s site, word for word. Maybe someone else brought it to your attention in the first place, but either way, it’s your content which has been illegally stolen and published on someone else’s site. You may even just do searches for your content every now and …

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How to Make More Money With Buying Keywords

For a lot of us, online marketing is all about making money. To effectively make money in online marketing as it relates to SEO, we should focus on buying keywords. These are keywords which people search for when they’re in a purchasing mood, hence buying keywords. You want to focus on these keywords especially because …

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Protecting Yourself From the TimThumb Hack

Awhile back one of my sites was hacked and it was the infamous TimThumb hack which is a common vulnerability in outdated versions of WordPress or more specifically the TimThumb script which resizes images in WordPress. I was reminded of it when a friend of mine’s site was more recently hacked and sure enough it …

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Manual Vs. Algorithmic Google Penalties – What’s the Difference?

Awhile back I talked about getting the dreaded letter from Google informing you that they’ve detected that you’re doing something they don’t like. Matt Cutts, the face of Google’s web spam team, has said that they try to avoid the word “penalties” but instead favor the term “manual action”. A manual action is essentially the …

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How to Create Custom Segments Using the Additional Notes Feature in Aweber

Last week I talked about how to find out when is the best time to send emails to your list. One of the most reliable methods is to do some testing yourself to find out which time yields the greatest opening and interaction percentage from your list, and I mentioned the way to do that …

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