Posted by Online Entrepreneur on October 23, 2010 ·
For a webpreneur, there will be a certain period of time when you need to weed out non-performing web assets from your network of web properties.
Here’s how to use the infamous but underrated Pareto’s Law or the 80/20 rule to lean your portfolio and focus on what’s performing, instead of mingling with the non-performers.
The 80/20 rule is basically about efficiency and effectiveness [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on October 16, 2010 ·
I run nearly a hundred of sites and on daily basis I get email offers from the so-called SEO companies, pitching their service to get my business. Their common promise: We will get your site to rank first on search engine result page for your main keywords, cheap.
“We checked your site and yours don’t rank on the first page of search engines for your main keywords… we can help you [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on October 10, 2010 ·
Are you looking for the right, legitimate ways to promote your website? Look no further than Google. Using my PDF search engine I discover something I should discover 2 years ago.
The Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide found on Google Docs as a PDF document. It is not necessarily an official guide to SEO by Google, but it was released on November 2008 initially as an effort to help the teams [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on October 5, 2010 ·
Prior to making a decision to acquire an online business in these unstable economic times, it is necessary to consider five fundamental steps. By following smart purchase strategies from the traditional business world, you will place your new investment beyond failure despite the outlook of the economy.
These are the five vital steps to buying a web business:
1. Ensure the Site is Generating Positive [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on October 2, 2010 ·
Online entrepreneurs know that they are always pioneers in one way or another. Some webpreneurs are adopting me-too strategy – which could be very, very effective; many others are doing “life-hacking” – trying to offer something that is useful enough for people to use and be attached to. And some others are clever to do the in-between: Following what works and try to better [...]