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google speed

You certainly don’t have to be Tom Cruise to have a need for speed! Nope, you just have to be a blogger who wants to supply his readers with the ultimate experience. Sure, we all know that content is king but, people may not hang around long enough to see how good your content really is if your blog takes too long to load.  That’s bad and what’s worse is that if you’re blog is all about making money then having a slow blog may be costing you sales.

I’ve done a couple of posts on how to increase your blog speed, the last one being Taking The Time To Increase Your Blog’s Speed., but this one is going to show you ways that won’t just make your blog faster it will also make Google happier, and we all want to do that don’t we?  :tongue_laugh_ee:

I’ve put up with this blog loading too slowly for way too long and because I didn’t want to Read the rest of this entry

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What Is A Bloggers Biggest Cost?

You want to become a blogger but not sure whether or not you can afford it? Well, unless you go the free platform route, which would be a grave mistake, you’re biggest expense would be your hosting costs. Even though hosting a blog on your own domain is one of the few recurring costs as far as owing your very own prospective business it is so cheap it’s laughable.

Those who know me know I own a fair few blogs, 10 to be exact, more if you were to count my other websites. I used to host all my blogs with the same host but I learned the hard way how the error of my ways. You see, if for whatever reason one of those sites uses too much of the host’s CPU resources they will pull the plug on you meaning that all your sites go offline. That is unless you use BlueHost which uses CPU Throttling.

Don’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket

Not putting all your eggs in one basket is a very wise saying and one you should remember when having multiple blog sites, especially if they are business related. To date I use BlueHost, WebHostingPad, HostGator, Lunar Pages and most recently Green Geeks, more about that in another post.

The reason for this post is to let my readers now that as an affilate of the above hosts I occasionally get notified when they’re offering a great deal. When they do I like to let you guys know, partly because I hope to make a sale or two but also because I know there are those who are waiting for a great deal. Well wait no longer, because have I got a deal for you?  :thumbup_tb:

Host Gator 40% Coupon

Yep, you read that right! HostGator is offering 40% off on all of their shared

Use Coupon 40Off

Both Linux and Windows Hosting are included! This is the largest special they’ve offered this year and the reason why I’m actually writing this post.

Yeah, yeah, I know you’re all waiting for that coupon code, but honestly, haven’t you noticed little Abigail holding it up for you over there on the right. That’s right the coupon code to use is 40OFF. So, if you’ve been waiting all this time to host your own site now would be a good time to take your online business to the next level.

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The Products You Can Promote On Your Blogs

Out of all the emails I get from my readers the one question that comes up the most is a variation of the following; “Sire, everywhere I go I read that if I want to make money on my blog I really need a product of my own to promote. The problem is I don’t have one and so I really need some advice as to what products I actually can promote.”

Naturally, all the emails were different but that quote portrays the general gist of the emails. Its safe to say that this problem is one that many bloggers struggle with and it is in fact one that I struggled with for a few years myself. The obvious reason is that bloggers, like myself, don’t have our own product to promote and probably never will have. That being the case we join sites like Commission Junction, Clickbank and the like to promote their products by placing links in our post or somewhere else on our blogs. They may get the occasional click but rarely generate a sale and the main reason for this is because there’s usually no relation between the product and what we’re writing about. Even when there is there’s nothing to substantiate our reference to the product unless we’ve shown in some way that we’re actually using the product in question.

The Right Product Will Create Sales

Even though I was making quite a bit of money from doing paid posts it wasn’t until I actually started to invest in my blog that they started to produce income on a more regular basis. How does one invest in their blog? Read the rest of this entry

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