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How to Decrease Bounce Rate?

ZacJohnson on Blog Tips - Your blog’s bounce rate is the percentage of all visitors who view a single page and then leave. A ‘bounce’ is defined as a visitor either clicking on the link to a different website, closing the tab or window, entering a new URL, going back, or simply having their session time out, according to the analytical software used to monitor bounce rate. Bounce rate is important because it measures the effectiveness with which your blog captures the attention of visitors. 6 Ways to Decrease Bounce Rate Here are some tips and pointers to keep in mind if you are currently making plans to cut down on your blog’s bounce rate: 1) Enhance Blog Content Better content ensures that visitors will be more easily hooked on your blog and continue navigating through your blog in search of more posts to read.

Community Member Spotlight with Scott Binsack

bbrian017 on Blogging - Hi everyone and welcome to our community member spotlight. This week our top weekly user spotlight goes to Scott Binsack from Scott Binsack. Scott has been an entrepreneur for a very long time which included being a CEO / Builder / Consultant / Serial Entrepreneur / Investor / Producer / Social Media Guru / Construction […]

Five Easy, Affordable DIY Ways To Promote Your Small Business

BrotherOffice on Business - As a small business owner, you know that promoting yourself in the communities you serve is essential to your success. But you want to do it the smart way, and make the most of every dollar you spend. Good news! You don’t have to have a large marketing budget or dedicated staff to effectively get Read More The post Five Easy, Affordable DIY Ways To Promote Your Small Business appeared first on Brother Office Talk.

Learning To Blog From Jayson Feltner

bbrian017 on Blogging - Jayson Feltner is the Vice President of Allied Equipment, the largest manufacturer of CNG storage spheres in the US. Apart from being involved with such a successful company, he is also an avid blogger. He posts about 3-4 times a week in spite of having such a busy schedule. He doesn’t really write about his […]

12 Ways Social Media Could Leave You Needing A Lawyer

AaronAgius on Marketing - The uses of social media are practically endless. New platforms are popping up all over the place, and every platform has features that allow organisations to engage with customers in different ways. From the visual platforms like Pinterest and Instagram to the more informative platforms like Twitter and Facebook, social media is a powerful tool [...]The post 12 Ways Social Media Could Leave You Needing A Lawyer appeared first on Louder Online.

How an Organized Work Space Can Increase Productivity

ZacJohnson on Blog Tips - This post is sponsored by Visa Business and all content is the opinion of the writer. It doesn’t matter if you are a solo-entrepreneur, a blogger or even the CEO of a Fortune 500 company… the setup of your desk and work space can greatly influence your productivity and work flow throughout the day. As an entrepreneur who works from home, I have my own big office to work out of. My desk and office space is exactly the way I want it to be set up, but that doesn’t mean it won’t get messy from time to time. Clutter on your desk can add up quickly and sometimes you just need to take the time to throw everything in a pile, sort through it and get that distraction out of your way. A clean desk is a distraction-free zone! While the setup and cleanliness of your office and

Real Artists Ship – The Difference Between Tools and Art

JaysonFeltner on Blogging - Steve Jobs was famous for writing on an easel during a 1982 company retreat, “real artists ship”.  This mantra would change Apple forever.  It solidified two things that would define the company for decades to come.The events surrounding the retreat forced Jobs to focus his team on product delivery.  They had dedicated themselves to creating a perfect machine.  The only problem, like many perfectionists, they had no product.A product is not a product unless it hits the market.  Before the day it hits the market, it is just an idea.  Jobs recognized this and spurred his team to deliver a product, hence “real artists ship”.This phrase, Real Artists Ship defined two aspects of Apple that would later …The post Real Artists Ship – The Difference Between Tools and Art appeared

Infographic: 2014 Brother Small Business Survey Reveals Technology Trends

BrotherOffice on Business - Brother International Corporation, in partnership with SCORE, mentors to America’s small business, have just released the results from the fifth annual “Brother Small Business Survey.”The survey notably revealed a surprising 72 percent of small business owners indicate new technologies will offer a bigger return on their investment than new employees (28 percent) in 2014. Some of the Read More The post Infographic: 2014 Brother Small Business Survey Reveals Technology Trends appeared first on Brother Office Talk.

How to create a Membership site with WordPress for Free?

ravik1214 on Blogging - So many bloggers are running their membership site with wordPress. Few days ago, Abid Omar also converted his blog(abcdblogging) into a Membership site.Creating a membership site is always considered difficult and complicated. First of all you need to set right roles and permission for different users, then you need to allow different users to interact with different pages of your website. In case of paid membership option, you need to setup payment gateways and other things like orders, receipts etc. Overall, it looks like a lot of work. Wouldn’t it be great if a plugin can do this for you? In this article, I will show you how to create a Membership site with WordPress for free.