How to Stop Spammers On Your WordPress SiteSpam can become a really big problem when you are running a WordPress website or blog. Even under normal circumstances, without even attempting to make your blog popular, your website is likely to receive traffic from automated bots, scrapers and crawlers.
Almost 61.5% of all web traffic is non human as of 2013. This non human traffic component, as a percentage of total web traffic, is only increasing.
So non human traffic growth is outstripping the organic traffic growth from real humans browsing the web. Web bots are far easier to build than ever before and as a result spam seems to i
Complete Guide to Repurposing Old ContentYour content is one of your biggest assets as a website owner. You’ve likely invested a lot of time, effort and money into developing the best content you possibly can for your site and your readers. When you factor in keyword research, time spent researching the competition, writing or hiring writers, and editing, this is likely one of your biggest investments. It only makes sense that you should get the most mileage possible out of your content.
One way you can take your content to the next level is by making sure it stays at the forefront and continues to grab attention long after it is
How To Promote Affiliate Offers On FacebookUsing Facebook to promote your website and drive traffic to the products and services that you’re an affiliate for is one of the best ways to quickly generate income. However, many people promote their websites on Facebook in the wrong ways, which usually leads to them being labeled as a spammer. There are quite a […]
If you are a blogger looking to make a name and work with bigger brands, but your Google Analytics is not where you want it to be, a large social media following can help you. Experts in social media will tell you that engagement is critical, naturally, but the trend now is to move into more “live” engagement. While automated tools do have their place, getting “into” the medium is your best use of time. You should not automate all the time, but you probably shouldn’t automate content 50% of the time either.
With so many tools and so little time, how can you t
12 Step-by-Step Points to Write Your First Online Course – Part IBack in 1996, I started offering online writing courses through chat rooms to a handful of students. At that time, there weren’t as many online course options out there and what I and others were doing was still groundbreaking. Today, you can find courses on multiple platforms, sell them on your own website, or offer them through a setting such as Udemy.
The thing I love about online courses today is that you have a ton of options in how you get the material out to your students. The thing I hate about online courses today is that there are so many different types of options that it can be