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Are You Taking Advantage Of Christmas Sales?

Xmas Sale

Hey guys, it looks like Christmas is just around the corner so now is the time to start promoting what you believe to be great ideas for Christmas gifts. I just posted my first post where I’m recommending that a Casio remote TV watch would make an ideal Christmas gift. I know I would love it if someone gave it to me and I already have a watch that doubles as a TV remote. :wink_ee:

I’m planning to do several posts a week which I know is a lot but then I know I will be able to manage it because I’ll be using {WP-Zon-Builder} to promote my fantastic gift giving ideas :wink: The reason for this is because I know that Amazon is great for generating sales. Sure people can still turn to ebay for their gifts but I have reckon I have that covered too because I’ve just joined SkimLinks, but I’ll tell you about them in another post. But just so you know, that ebay link you see is a SkimLink and visitors clicking on it will carry a referral cookie so that I will get a commission from anything they happen to buy. All I need to do is refer ebay as an option in any of my posts.  :drunk_tb:

You may remember that I wrote about this great plugin, complete with video, in Why I Love WP Zon Builder. Using the plugin I can import products complete with reviews right into a post, just like I did in the one above. Not only that it also adds suggested tags and titles. It even allows me to highlight, make bold, whatever keywords that I want from the imported Amazon description. It is truly a very powerful plugin.

Plugin aside, now is the time to get out there and promote your ideas for Christmas gifts. It’s a huge market and the earlier you get in the more likely you’re going to make some sales.

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How To Optimize Your WordPress Blog

web page speed

I promised you in the last post that I would tell you how to optimize your blog so that you can increase it’s speed and at the same time keep Google happy. Before optimising this blog and moving it to {inmotion hosting}, it used to take over 12 seconda for the page to fully load. Now it takes around 3 seconds. You have to admit that is a pretty big difference. This post will be the first of a series of posts that wil explain how it did it. The first step was to resolve the issues suppled by Google’s Page Speed Insight. The initial scan of this blog showed that as far as Google was concerned I had some high priority issues to resolve.

High priority.These suggestions represent the largest potential performance wins for the least development effort. You should address these items first: Serve scaled images, Leverage browser caching, Enable compression, Optimize images

For the purpose of this post I will show you how to resolve these issues starting off with serving scaled images. Read the rest of this entry

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