The world has become a great place to showcase and revel in those writing skills that all bloggers and writers have. Now with the internet at full steam, and with several billion mobile devices enabling the world to consume that content, is there anywhere where the written word cannot reach? Actually, there are a few. Many bloggers aspire to writing that book, or that first … Continue reading Writers who can write
Despite the many ways to bring more traffic to a blog or website, and a raft of books and articles on this subject, many bloggers and web authors struggle to get clicks for their content. So what is happening? And can we reset this and fix it? Some of the basics of being clicked on and being found on the web is to simply have … Continue reading Increase Leads & Clicks On Websites / Blogs
Users of graphic art software constantly scour the world looking for alternatives to Adobe Photoshop. It is a sore point with many bloggers and web content creators, and rightly so. Adobe charge a lot for their software. One website is not. Pixlr has become the most used graphics website in the world, now ready to surpass even Photoshop Elements. The website is easy and friendly … Continue reading Time to try Pixlr – feel the magic!
Now that Google has joined 2 other large investors and put money into Viglink, everyone is wondering were they wrong for writing down Viglink’s future prospects? Viglink is an advertising affiliate just like Amazon Associates. Affiliates is a marketplace where advertisers and publishers and bloggers all combine to earn money on products either advertised or mentioned on websites or blogs. People who shop on affiliates … Continue reading Viglink as an advertiser – how good is it?
How does a person, be they an author, artist, marketer, or business person – buy your idea or product over someone elses? This is a question that dogs many people when they are writing features or articles for a client or for someone (even a large readership). It also happens to other kinds of people in other areas. But there is an answer to this. … Continue reading Selling an idea that others can buy or receive from you
Many bloggers, including Webonist have always sounded our confidence in LinkedIn. it is a great network, and growing healthily. It means business, and listens to the business world. So it has its finger on the pulse of what is happening in the world of Business in a way that Facebook is not… at least not so much. Facebook is catching up with LinkedIn. Many businesses … Continue reading Facebook Versus LinkedIn – which is better?
Here is a question. How many of you have a LinkedIn account? Do you know that when you create a free profile on LinkedIn and it is 100% complete, and if you have a website link to your main site of interest, be it a Blog, a Hub Pages Profile, a website… you can add 2 extra features that will get you a whole lot … Continue reading Easter Tip – get more traffic with a free LinkedIn page
Yes, it is that time of year when we presumably stuff our faces with Large or Small Chocolate Eggs and make merry, and observe whatever wonderful cultural festivities come with this time. But if you had a wishlist for your Blog or Website – what would it be? Chances are that everyone picks “More Traffic Please” and it’s not hard to see why. Everyone hankers … Continue reading Easter Wishlist – a Newsletter
Some intriguing new research has found a link between the amount of friends on your Facebook account and the degree to which you are a “socially disruptive” narcissist, and seems to confirm the conclusions of many apparent social media gurus. The chances are that anyone who scores highly on something called the Narcissistic Personality Inventory questionnaire had more friends on Facebook, and also tagged themselves … Continue reading Facebook has a dark side – attention seekers!
Welcome to today’s Webonist. And what a day it is. In a day that sees Google Launching pell mell into the fray over MPAA Lawsuits – Apple shifted 3 Million iPads in 3 days – proving what a great money spinner they still are. Take that number of iPads and multiply by $499 (approx value of entry level iPad) – and you get over $1 … Continue reading Apple sells 3 million iPads in 3 days