A week or so ago, I was scanning my Twitter profile feed in search of another tweet when I saw a slew of posts with the title “Check out this link” followed by a Facebook link.
Each tweet had the same title but different link associations. At first I thought my account had maybe been hacked.
Not wanting to click the link that followed “Check out this link”, I created a controlled virtual environment to view the link from to control it should it be a virus, malware or ransomware.
Even though it was posted on Twitter, one can’t take chances with blindly clicking links.
Nevertheless, I clicked the link only to be taken to one of my daily expired auction pages. Then, I had an aha moment. Continue reading
What a week it’s been in the domain industry!
At the beginning of this week, news broke that MediaOptions purchased DomainSherpa, the leading educational media company dedicated to the domain name industry, after Michael Cyber retired for greener and more relaxing pastures.
Now it’s a Friday afternoon and almost time to call it quits when I stumbled upon what looks to be a valiant effort to be the next DomainSherpa for Emoji Domains. Continue reading
It’s been a minute since I tackled automating blog posts to social networks.
I’m assuming that you guessed by the title of today’s post that we’ll tackle how to publish WordPress blog posts to Instagram.
Instagram is a whole different beast of a social network in comparison to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks. And here’s why I think so… Continue reading
A few days ago, I received an email from one of my customers.
This particular customer’s website is hosted via GoDaddy’s WordPress hosting offering.
They’ve been a long time customer and not had any major issues using GoDaddy Web hosting services.
This same customer also uses Goldmine as its customer relationship management (CRM) software to management its contacts.
As it seamlessly integrates with Goldmine, this customer most recently started using Intelliclick email and web marketing software to send and track usage.
So, what could go wrong, right? Continue reading
It’s been a while and I’ve been quite busy, but I’m back with more great content today.
Whether potential or existing customers, I’m often questioned about how I drive new business opportunities while managing to research, write and share content on a daily basis.
If you follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, then you know I’m always posting and sharing domain name and search marketing insight.
However, what confuses most persons that follow me, especially on Twitter, is how I manage to tweet the number of times I do in a given day.
Well, today, I’m sharing with you my process, ideas and a special video tutorial of how to schedule your very own social network posts to increase web traffic. Continue reading
If you’re like me, then chances are that today’s tutorial will help you out greatly.
When I started this blog journey almost 3 1/2 years ago, I focused on writing and sharing stories about search and content marketing in general.
But as with anything in life, things morph. They just simply morph without rhyme or reason at times.
In my case, things morphed because I continued to write about search and content marketing, but then also honed my domain name marketing and investing.
This led me to write content more about proven domain name strategies while also providing a daily domain auctions list. Continue reading
So, you’ve got a business to run and customers to serve every waking hour of the business day.
Include a personal life, the occasional potty break, eating and sleeping, and there’s not room left for much more, right?
But like the competition, you want to increase your website’s visibility in search ranking in hopes of reaching more customers and closing more sales, right?
But how? After all, you manage to establish a decent content marketing strategy, and are off to the races consistently writing and publishing content.
Then a few months into your content marketing excursion, or maybe you’re in the planning stage if you move a bit slower, you realize that content marketing is as much a full-time assignment as serving your customers.
You write and schedule post after post with keyword after keyword focus only to see minimal traffic and search ranking increase.
You have the first part of the equation down, which is writing, scheduling and publishing content that’s engaging to your reader audience (potential customers).
Although search engines are finding and indexing your content to share with the world of readers and potential customers in need of your business offering, what are you doing to share your content outside the walls of your website? Continue reading