Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 28, 2011 ·
As a webpreneur, you enjoy what most don’t – the ability to live and work in any places you want and the ability to manage your web businesses anytime you want. And things are getting better; cloud computing technology advances allows you to have the ability to leverage your resources even better – even you should also start a cloud business yourself!
Cloud computing? Cloud business? [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 27, 2011 ·
This tool might be around for a while, but I have just got a chance to put up a review on the tool – introducing, SEOMOZ‘ Open Site Explorer.
And as we can predict, there is no mention of your typical site metrics – Google PageRank and the likes. How so? It’s simple: SEOMOZ has MozRank.
What is MozRank?
SEOMOZ’ MozRank is like Google PageRank, given on the scale of 1-10. [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 24, 2011 ·
The economy and job market is pretty bad. We’ve seen record stagnation and little movement in any positive direction. With that said, it’s not always the economy’s fault. Millions of people every year start online business and become web entrepreneurs because they think it’s easy. Well, it’s not and it’s not always the economy’s fault. Sometimes web entrepreneurs [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 22, 2011 ·
Keyword optimization is a technique that anyone starting or maintaining a site should take advantage of. This technique, if done correctly, will keep visitors coming back to a site. The following are some guidelines that will help you make the most out of keyword optimization.
Test the keywords
When you are considering using keywords on your site, test out a few on the search engines to find out what [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 19, 2011 ·
A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Nick Humphries of Akitso, a web design company, via one of my business blogs. He pitched me about partnership possibilities and Akitso affiliate programs.
I checked on Akitso to see whether it is cool enough, and in short, it has potential; According to Nick, Akitso handles dozens of projects a month – a good start for a relatively new business.
One size [...]
Posted by Web Author on September 16, 2011 ·
If you have spent years trying to find your perfect match, you likely understand the frustrations of finding the right person with whom to spend the rest of your life. Fortunately, online dating sites and social networking communities can help to make your dating life easier than you have ever imagined. If you are ready to jump in to the world of online dating, using the following tips to get started [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 10, 2011 ·
While most of us are struggling even to make $100 online, one budding webpreneur is building a powerful online business empire – good enough to send him over $13,000 a month.
No, he is not a pro blogger; he is not an ecommerce store owner, either. He is someone who is just like you and me, making money online by establishing niche websites and monetize them well.
His name is Spencer Haws; his [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 7, 2011 ·
I have just read an interesting knol from Google Knol, titled “Why Owning a Web Directory Sucks” written by Jay Granofsky. It’s pretty much my very own journey in building and running web directories. However, I end up not giving up, as I believe that web directories still rock!
To start off, I would like to sum that building a web directory business is tiring and requires a lot [...]
Posted by Online Entrepreneur on September 5, 2011 ·
First off, I’m not trying to make affiliate income from this article… Instead, I am writing about HostGator as a ‘tribute’ – simply because HostGator has helped me kick-off my online entrepreneurship career.
I started my webpreneurial journey about three and a half years ago, having no idea whatsoever of what I’m doing. All I wanted that time is to make my first [...]
Posted by Web Author on September 2, 2011 ·
Brick and mortar stores have reason to hope for higher levels of success in business not by investing in opening new stores or expanding existing ones, but by simply creating an online presence. This online migration has placed them along side millions of stores in the virtual, online marketplace that goes beyond geographical boundaries.
The online market place is without threats from large chains