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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Interested In Blogging? Try Some Technical Tips For Your Business - Syndication Express

With today’s technological age, blogging has become an important part of anyone’s digital presence online. Many people have blogs and if you don’t have one, you could be left in the dust. To understand blogging, you have to know every aspect of it. If this is your desire, then keep on reading.

Make sure that you have SEO friendly themes, plug-ins and templates. This will allow your blog to load very quickly. The faster something loads, the more people are going to be willing to look at it. If a page takes to long to load, more than likely a visitor will just close the page.

Ensure that you are posting very often in the blogs that you operate. At the minimum, you should aim to post one time on each blog every single day during the weekdays.

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Interested In Blogging? Try Some Technical Tips For Your Business - Syndication Express

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Friday, October 18, 2013

Blogging Tips: How To Syndicate Your Blog Posts Part 2 - Syndication Express

In part 1 of my blogging tips how to syndicate your blog posts I talk about several key strategies before you syndicate your posts. If you haven't gone through part 1 Click here. In this post, Part 2 I will be going over the rest of my syndication of my blog posts to get FaceBook Likes, Shares, Tweets, Google Plus shares, Linkedin shares and most important Comments to your blog.
 
In Part 1 I talk about the importance of Keyword Research, you can get access to a full webinar how to use the Google Keyword Tool now the Google Keyword Planner, Click Here. I talk about connecting with a partner to help syndicate your blog posts and make sure you do the same for them. I talk about the importance of picking the right FaceBook groups to post your blog posts. I also talked about the Backlink tool that I use Social Monkee to get backlinks to my blog and videos. You can get that tool by Clicking Here.

Again I want to give my good friend Joan Harrington THANKS for showing me how to syndicate my blog posts and allowing me to share this knowledge with you. Please go over to her blog and take a look at what Value she is bringing, comment and share her content. You can get access to her blog by Clicking Here.

In this blog post I'm going to finish the rest of my blogging tips how to syndicate your blog posts.

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Blogging Tips: How To Syndicate Your Blog Posts Part 2 - Syndication Express

Written by George Lugo Jr

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Your Attitude Always Determines Your Altitude - Syndication Express

Having a Positive Attitude makes it possible for you to excel to a higher Altitude.


“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.” –Zig Ziglar

It is important to know that your attitude will always determine your altitude, whether it is in business or in life.  Also realize that it is impossible to change someone else’s attitude for them.    Our attitudes come from making choice decisions.

“Our life is what our thoughts make it”. –Marcus Aurelius
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” –Winston Churchill

“Yes, if we think happy thoughts, we will be happy.   If we think miserable thoughts, we will be miserable. If we think fear thoughts, we will be fearful. If we think sickly thoughts we probably will be ill. If we think failure, we will certainly fail. If we wallow in self-pity, everyone will want to shun us and avoid us”. –Dale Carnegie

Reality can be changed dramatically by a single thought.  Our mental attitude, which is the power which we hold in our heads can be set to Positive or Negative.

Your Attitude Always Determines Your Altitude - Syndication Express

Written by Angela Valadez

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Social Media Today: Social Media & Crime

More common than hacking, phishing, data mining identify theft, or other big fear is the threat of someone using more "normal" information against you.  54% of burglars say that posting your status and whereabouts on social media is a victim's biggest mistake. By broadcasting to people that you are away from home, you are advertising that you are leaving your home unprotected. 78% of burglars admit to using Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Google Street View to select victim's homes. Although there isn't much you can do about Google Street View, you can choose how much you share on other social media websites. All the information posted online, no matter how mundane it seems, can be potentially used against you by the right person sitting and waiting for you to make it available to them.  

We know a lot about cyber crime.  We know that we're most likely to be hacked and have our data stolen by a virus or a hacker somewhere, and we're wary about where we use our credit cards online. We know a lot about cyber crime, except we really don't. We’ve all been warned about clicking on suspicious links or opening spam e-mails, but did you know that a jaw-dropping eighty-one percent of Internet crime is committed using social media?

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Lisa Hylton | Press Release: Social Media Today Article: Social Media & Crime

Monday, October 14, 2013

Link Building Programs – What Are The Advantages?

Comment Kahuna Program
Comment Kahuna, also one of the free link building programs, allows you to semi-automate your posts on blogs. You can choose your blogs with the help of the software's rank displaying feature so that you only choose those that are of a certain rank, or on a certain platform.

As I stated in the beginning, you can go about building links to your website manually, hire someone to do it for you, or you can take advantage of link building programs listed above.  The choice is yours.

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Kathleen Ayers | Press Release: Link Building Programs – What Are The Advantages?

Content Syndication - On Syndication Express

What is Syndication Express? It's a blog and content syndication network. It's UNIQUE because the purpose of the site is to help members get targeted traffic to blogs and websites. If you need one way backlinks for SEO purposes then this is what you will get when you check out the information at the link below.

Getting Started on Syndication Express

I have gone to great lengths to make sure the site will function and be productive for each and every member. As bloggers and article writers, we need viral exposure, backlinks and social signals so that the search engines will index and rank our content. This is how we will get FREE targeted traffic from the search engines. In the process we are learning more about each other in the community.

Now I invite you to LISTEN to an interview which aired on October 11, 2013 on the Amazing Women of Power radio network. My good friend Ced Reynolds asked me to be a guest on his show which airs every Friday at 1 p.m. CT. I happily agreed to do it.

Content Syndication - On Syndication Express

Monday, October 7, 2013

Jack (JMAC) McLaughlin My Weekly Devotional - You Can Overcome Bitterness

Like venom, bitterness first poisons your mind, then your relationships. It causes you to replay the hurt until it controls you, stealing the future God planned for you.

But it doesn't have to be that way. You can overcome bitterness. God says, "Stop being bitter and angry and mad at others." And what God commands, He will give you the grace to do.

When Peter asked Jesus, "Should I forgive my brother seven times?"
Jesus said, "no, you must forgive him seventy times seven" (See Mt 18:21-22). In other words, "Forgive, and keep on forgiving until it no longer bothers you."

What causes bitterness? Anger that's allowed to take residence in your thought-life. God's purpose for anger is to motivate you to tap into His power for solving problems; otherwise they become permanent. Solving the problem resolves and relieves your anger. But anger can become long-term bitterness when you fixate on "who did it to me," making you hostile, critical, blaming and punitive.


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Jack (JMAC) McLaughlin | Press Release: My Weekly Devotional - You Can Overcome Bitterness