Month: August 2004

The Top 7 Email Marketing Automation Lifecycle Triggers Every Blogger Should Implement.

By “That Work” – SLG Marketing Expert Alita Harvey-Rodriguez You might have read my post on “That Work” – SLG about how automation could be hurting your blog. It was a negative, thinker of a title on purpose, for the result of a positive outcome… and it worked! It got readers thinking about how automation …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

Google Update Underway – Jagger 2 Update

Matt Cutts reports that another Google update (Jagger 2) is underway. All the hardcore SEO types are speculating on what it all means over here. Seems to me this one won’t show any changes to your page rank – its all about your SERPs (search engine results pages) rankings.

Mount Airy Lines Up For Its PA Interactive Gaming License

Grip Your Readers With These 7 Knock-out Opening Sentences

In this post regular contributer Skellie from Skelliewag.org explains how a great opening sentence can draw readers into your blog posts. You might not want to hear this, but a killer headline simply isn’t enough. To be effective, every great headline — like the punch of any legendary boxer — needs follow-through. In this post, …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

Threadwatch Sold

There’s a lot of sadness over at Threadwatch today with Nick Wilson announcing it’s sale and him leaving the site. He’s doing so to give more time to the new company that he’s a part of starting, Performancing. The new owner of Threadwatch is Aaron Wall from SEOBook. There was no mention of what the …

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