Updating content

 managing your content is something you cannot afford to neglect.

Imagine what having great content is like.

  how often do you update your website?

How important is updating content online?

It could be more important than anyone ever realized.

People think that they understand but in reality, they really do not understand it at all…

  What if you only thought you knew what people wanted…

The average blog content should be updated,
every day, twice a day.

The thing is that most of the time it is not practical to update a website twice a day for one thing it takes a lot of work and effort to produce good content and that has made writing one of the most important things that a webmaster can do.

Content has become extremely important, not only the quality and the value of that content but also the freshness of that content.  In a day and age when Google dominates the search engine results, no one would have believed, that there would be a bing or that yahoo and bing might one day combine forces to perhaps make a big dent in the google monopoly.

People started getting tired of results that did not match up with what they were looking for.

Bing saw this as an opportunity to provide better results without all the advertising and distractions, and yet they have not really made a big difference, at least so far, they still are trying to take more from google, and that is why google started making changes in the way that they produce results for searchers, however has it worked?




Posting using wordpress plugins

 Imagine what you could do if you had the tools to effect real change.

This is a very powerful tool.

Method posting is one of the most powerful techniques that you can create.

Popular guerrilla marketing techniques that relies on blog posting as a great source of traffic and incoming links. While reciprocal links are a necessity if you wish to promote your website and rank high in the search engines, blog posting delivers another important element of search engine optimization – one-way links.

When posting on blogs you are allowed to include a live link in your message.

Of course, this is different from one blog type to another, and some webmasters may have comment moderation turned on, so they will edit-out your links if they are not appropriate.

Blogs are one of the most interesting and dynamic Internet phenomena and they are, as many veteran Internet marketers already know, a constant source of traffic. This is why you should visit as many blogs related to your website topic and comment on the articles and posts they have.

Remember that you can place a link in your post, but don’t overdo it, as you can easily get labeled as a “spammer” if you do so. The one-way links that come from blogs may really boost your search engine rankings, especially since there are plenty of blogs with a high Google PageRank.

How to Get Your Messages Posted on Blogs

Most blog owners are actively managing their blogs and they will instantly delete any message that has even a small resemblance to anything commercial or spam.

Here are a few useful tips on how to promote your website through your blog messages without making your comments sound like a sales pitch:

* Make sure to actually read some of the posts on that blog and create a custom message to suit the context. Don’t go with a template comment as that will quickly backfire and chances are a large majority of your posts will get deleted within days.

* Don’t place a lot of links in your message. One is enough. If the blog allows HTML, make sure to insert a keyword rich description in the link anchor, as that will boost your page rankings even further.

* Add valuable content with your message. You know how important article submissions are and how blog owners are used to posting whole article on their blog. Do the same with your message – don’t post a 2-line message. Instead, create an article-like comment that brings some updated news on a particular topic and then adapt this message to the context of the blog you are posting on.

* It’s a good idea to select 30-40 blogs that have high traffic and excellent search engine rankings and be a constant poster. At first, convince the blog owners that you are not a spammer by posting relevant comments without any links or promotional language. Once you prove to be “one of the team” you can insert some non-intrusive links to your website, which they will produce excellent results!



the pattern

Every moment of every day you leave a trail…

Everything leaves something behind…

Even the smallest foot prints can be seen,..

Have you ever walked in the snow on a cold day?

What you see when you look behind you is a pattern of where you have been and what you have done.

      What if everything you do leaves a trail…

If you are missing this image you might be missing something important.

patterns make a different in how your website is developed online

In many ways, the way that modern metrics and website analytic’s, work can make or break your website.

The internet is much the same way, when you update a website, when you add a post, when you link to an image, everything you do leaves a trail to what you have been doing and it is this that can help or hurt your website development efforts.

The DNA of the internet is a fine grained thing, that is layered from within and without.

First you might want to know what the pattern is, well that is anything that leaves a foot print, or a pattern, that can be analyzed, by a computer.

Did you know that just about anything that you do can be attributed to a pattern, including what time of day you post to your blog.

We dont like spiders and snakes, ok sure we get that, but spiders can be your blogs best friend, more so when that spiders name is google, so just in case your not a super geek, here is the word on spiders.

Spiders are little robots, that search the web, and they go up and down and all around, looking for cool webpages, well like this one.   So when they find a nice website, they report back and they go all around the website, like strands on a web, and then it reports back all the pages and links, like a web and what do spiders like best, lots of webpages.

So now you can see a little bit about how spiders work, to find your website and report back to the mother spider, in this case google about what it found when it views your website.

It checks all kinds of things, when the last post was made, what the content was it found, the time of day, the last post was made, yep it gets all kinds of information and it starts developing a pattern after a while it knows just when to check back to your website to see when it expects to find new content.

Yes that are that smart.

So now you know what developing a pattern may be a good and a bad thing, because what if you dont update your website as often as you should well then the spider will not visit your website as often.

That is bad, because if the spider does not come very often to see if your website has new content then your search results will not get into the search engines as often.

The more your website gets updated the more visitors the nice and friendly spider will send you.

You want more and more visitors to your website since without visitors things get old and dusty and well its just not as fun then.

Perhaps you can see how important it is to keep your website updated on a regular basis and why you want to keep the spiders happy.

So what about the pattern, well there are two patterns, one is good the other is bad.

We already discussed the good pattern, you know keeping the spider happy so they send you lots of visitors to your frequently updated webpages.

So lets talk about the bad patterns, that would be patterns that the spiders identify that tells them that your website is not really spider friendly.

here is a list, that we found seems to be good to avoid.

1. not enough updates, webpages are never updated and just sit there.

2. auto blog content,  auto posters that develop patterns, over and over, (spiders hate auto posters)

3. No new content, just the same old content from all over the web, (spiders hate “duplicate” content)

Some people think that auto posters are lazy and in fact they really are lazy, but worse than that, if the spiders figure out that your website is an auto posting website, they will stop coming to your site, or worse they will decide that your website is not worth the trouble of visiting.

Then your in real trouble, because no matter how hard you work on your website, no matter how much money you spend on it, no matter how many ebook you buy and no matter how many Gurus tell you to do this or that it will not matter.

Because you developed the wrong pattern.

See how this works, the problem is that developing the right patterns can be work, you have to actually type words onto your computer to get it on the website.

That is work, We figure that it should be that way, because really there is no free lunch, (someone has to pay) either you pay now or you pay later, we figure its best to develop the good pattern.

What do you think?

Auto blogging failure.

Do you run an auto blog and just cannot seem to get it off the ground?

Did you buy a product that promised would deliver traffic and cash but failed…

The top reasons why Auto blogging is a failure.

There are several really compelling reasons why autoblogging is failing just about everywhere it is being implemented, however that is not the most important reason why Auto Blogging is in danger of extinction.

The number one reason, is one that you may not at first see when your thinking about using a plugin to generate content for your blog.

The reason is simple, content is quickly becoming a commodity that can be claimed as intellectual property and or copyrighted content that the owner claims is being wrongfully used by an autoblogging plugin.

For example, lets say that writer XY, writes for a magazine and gets paid a nice fee, for writing an article, the magazine now owns at least part of that content, so what happens, when blogger XX, uses an Auto Blogging plugin that automatically captures part or all of writer XY article and publishes on your blog.

Well for one thing, you might be in line for some trouble, though right now the chances are less that this might become a problem, however in the future, what might surprise you is that the search engines may see the possibility that in the future, they might become a target of litigation, (getting sued, hauled in to court)
If that begins to happen then the search engines might be found to be willingly participating in the act of distribution of copyrighted content via its search engine.

Now just in case your legally challenged, (and don’t worry it happens to us all)

This means that the recent changes that Google made could have been made for more than just surface reasons, it might have allegedly had something to do with insulating the search engine giant from being sued because of how the search engines were indexing content provided by these so called, (auto blogging) plugins for wordpress and other scripts.

Now, if this were found to be of some accuracy, then the website owner, might be next in line for notices of legal entanglements, since the search engines are now taking steps to insulate themselves from this type of behavior then the next logical target now becomes the website owner, or the website blogger.

If that happens, then there so very serious issues to deal with and it is something to seriously consider as a legal issue, since, most of these autoblogging plugins are easy to spot, via search engine robots, then that means eventually those people using these plugins will end up with some serious problems which could end up costing you a lot more than the cost of the software script you purchased to automatically post content to your blog.

What this means is that the day of the autoblogging plugin are about to end not because of the reason you may think but simply because if you use these plugins, and you do not create your own content, then you could end up loosing your domain, any money you made as a result of your “soon to be criminal activity” since everyone knows you can not profit from your crime.

The thing here is to take steps to not be associated with content scraping and what is really theft of someone else property, hard work, and effort.

Dont be an auto blogger, because you might someday find it was a really bad idea.

wordpress developments

Content management is the number one most needed but most often

neglected service.

What can wordpress do for you?

WordPress is a CMS, or content management system

How do they work and why are they so often hard to understand.

There are so many CMS software solutions out there, you might imagine that it is difficult to
find one that is easy to use.

WordPress is one of the most versatile and scalable website platforms in existence.

It’s ease of use is unparalleled by almost anything (except perhaps a toaster), and it’s functionality can be expanded within seconds by installing plug-ins. In this article, we’re going to focus on what they are, and some examples of what they can do.

To begin, what exactly are plug-ins? In essence, they modify software by “plugging in” extra code. This code can do anything from automatically make posts, add extra pages, and on occasion even play annoying music that can’t be shut off. Most plug-ins run independently from the actual WordPress installation, running in parallel.

So, what kind of plug-ins can you get? Almost anything. Let me give you a little exercise – go into your WordPress admin panel. Click the plug-ins menu, then “Add New”. Think of something you want on your blog, and type it into the box. Hit enter, and look at the results. Chances are, somewhere on that list, there’s a plug-in to do exactly what you were looking for. There are plug-ins to increase your Google rank. There are plug-ins to automatically get rid of spam comments. The list is endless.

Some people, especially if new to WordPress, may miss some of the time saving features in the system. When you write a post, it automatically saves itself as a draft every 30 seconds or so. This means if you don’t post, and you accidentally close the window, the post is saved. In addition to this, let’s imagine you’re going on holiday, but you update your blog daily. Not a problem – on the post page, just above the “Publish” option, you can schedule a post to go live at a later time.

But what if you don’t actually want to write a post at all? WordPress comes in with a built-in “Syndication” feature – this basically means that it looks at websites you specify, and copies over interesting posts. You can even use some of the aforementioned plug-ins to filter these so you get specific content. What if you hate the way it looks? No problem, just head into the themes menu. Explore the hundreds of themes other people have made – it saves time on making your own, that’s for sure.

The only real way to find all of the features you need in WordPress is experimentation. Sure, you can read articles, ask friends, but the only true way to learn is by teaching yourself.

Blogs Go Green

Are you allowing dust to grow inside your website?

Developing a green blog is all about recycling.

Will you find a way to go green?

Are you fostering a caring environment for your blog?

Is you blog green friendly or is it consuming valuable gas?

Or Are you wasting valuable space and producing green house gases?

Now you can change all that just by getting a green hosting account and on top of that, we will help you setup a wordpress website. And Give you a cool, wordpress plugin that will help you get traffic to your website. Want to know more, then try get started today using Green hosting by

Get Green by using Gree hosting.

wordpress seo plugin

SEO as many will know stands for Search Engine Optimization.

There must be hundreds of SEO plugins on the market many of them free however, there really are not many that work well for what they were designed to do.

Creating SEO interest in your wordpress website.

If you’re blogging on the WordPress platform, the first thing you probably did was to install a new WordPress theme. Even today you’re still occasionally changing themes and wasting a lot of time doing minor modifications that when objectively validated, distracts you from blogging itself.

Yet, it’s easy to understand why themes beg for so much attention. With the correct theme, you can accommodate all the nifty little widgets and codes, and may also mean better search engine rankings and tons of fresh traffic every day.

So what factors do you need to consider to make this whole theme-hunting business easier? Here are five important ones:

1) Theme Width and Columns

Typically, WordPress themes come in 2-column or 3-column formats, with widths ranging from 500 pixels to 960 pixels wide. If you’re blogging for non-profit purposes, a 2-column theme can look more compact and reader-friendly. Since you have less images of products or links to other sites to display, you can focus exclusively on the content without leading readers away from your site.

On the other hand, if you’re blogging for profit, you may want to consider a 3-column WordPress theme that will be able to accommodate your Google Adsense, Chitika and Text Link Ads codes comfortably without squeezing everything in the content area. 3-column themes allow room for expansion, but in the event that you’ve filled up all available space with ads, then it’s time you removed the non-performers and use only the advertising services that work for that particular blog.

2) Use of Images and Icons

A theme with images and icons can look good, but it rarely increases your web traffic or subscriber base. In fact, most “A-list” bloggers have plain vanilla themes with a simple logo on top. Reducing the amount of images also means faster loading time and less stress on your servers. This vital aspect of server load become apparent only if you have tens of thousands of visitors a day, but it’s worth designing for the future.

A image-laden theme also distracts readers from the content itself. This is the reason why blogs like Engadget and Tech Crunch use images intensively in the content areas to add value to a post, but the theme itself is simple and rather minimalist.

Ideally, a theme should allow you to use your own header image for stronger branding purposes, yet replace images and icons with links and text, or just not use them at all unless absolutely necessary.

3) Compatibility with Plugins

Another time-sucking activity is installing plugins that improve the functionality of your site. There’s a plugin out there for almost everything you want to do with your blog, but while most of them are free and easily obtainable, it’s not always easy to install the plugins and insert the codes into your WordPress theme.

If your theme is too complicated, it may be a headache to even insert that one line of code you need to make a plugin work. This is often the case with advanced AJAX-based WordPress themes that have too many files and heavy coding. I’ve always preferred a simpler themes that stick to the default WordPress theme as much as possible, so I can cut back on the learning curve and just get on with my life.

Remember that the purpose of your blog is to deliver timely, relevant content to your readers, Any theme that preserves or improves the reader experience is good, any theme that subtracts from the experience is bad.

4) Search Engine Optimization

A lot can be said about search engine optimization, but at the end of the day if you have content worth reading eventually you’ll get the rankings you deserve. However, that doesn’t mean that you don’t need SEO; it merely means that as far as optimization is concerned all you really need to do is to make sure:

(a) Your tags are formatted properly, with the name of the post first followed by the name of the blog – some themes can do this automatically without modification to the code or use of a plugin

(b) All your blog content titles use the H1 tag, with the main keywords used instead of non-descriptive text for better SEO relevance

(b) Your theme has clean source codes, and if possible all formatting is linked to an external CSS file which you can edit independently

5) Plug-And-Play Ease of Use

Can the theme be installed easily on an existing blog without having to move things around? Can the same theme be used and customized easily on your other blogs? These are some additional things you may want to consider when theme-shopping, especially if every minute of downtime on your blog may mean lost revenue.

While it’s hard to make comparisons due to the sheer amount of free and paid themes out there, it’s still a good idea to have a test blog site. Test any theme you plan on using, and make sure your test blog is also fitted with all the plugins and miscellaneous widgets used on your real blog. The last thing you want is for your readers start seeing weird error messages on your blog.

At the end of the day, a theme is just a theme. Instead of spending your time installing them, it may be wiser to outsource the task and focus more on your readers. Alternatively, you may also want to consider buying “plug-and-play” themes for a reasonable price. Dennis De’ Bernardy of ProWordpress.com has probably one of the best themes around, but if you’re short on cash there are certainly cheaper alternatives.

creating content with PLR

Blogging was and still is mostly intended for people who want to create a diary on the internet.

Without having to know any programming or HTML code you can simply log on, give your thoughts or opinions and publish your posts.

In the past few years blogging has changed and is now utilized in many different ways, from product review websites to promotional sites, even business websites are now blogging.

Many people have treated their blogs just like normal websites.

Adding extra pages, uploading photos, changing templates are just several things many people have done to their blogs. Marketers even utilize blogs to attract more customers.

There are many advantages of using blog program to build your website. You can deliver the contents to people who want to read it with RSS because everytime you add new content to your blog the RSS Feed gets updated automatically. In addition you can submit your blog to many blog directories and search engines.

In addition, if you use WordPress for blogging, you can take advantage of its “post by email” feature and an autoresponder to publish your contents automatically. It is very useful especially if you want to setup several posts in advance and publish them later. In case you have difficulties to do it you may consider to hire someone to set it up for you.

But not like a normal website, a blog should be updated regularly. If you have time restraints or often have difficulties in finding ideas what to write you could lose frequent visitors. The good news is you can use private label contents to overcome the problem. Just pick ones that fit your needs, make them unique by adding your own experience and publish them.

There is a marketer who created a private label product based on the contents of his own blog. He named the product “Matt’s Year of Content”. You can copy the way how he shares his experience and knowledge in doing business on the internet with blog. Combined with other private label contents, your writing task could become a lot easier.

The real contents on your blog is very important. Even if the purpose of your blog is only for promoting your business you should add real contents into it since most directories will not accept blogs that only contain advertisements. That means your posts should not only contain, for example, updated products from Amazon.

So, by using WordPress and contents with private label rights you could improve your web presence in easy way. Use them to build a content-rich site by giving away advice or news about your industry.

Using PLR and our Plugin

Perhaps you have heard that Gold is really selling for big bucks…


Private label Gold?

Developing content and using it to create quality traffic pulling articles and products.

Most people have hundreds of articles just waiting to be published.

Private Label Rights chances are you own thousands of articles and ebooks and just do not have the time to put it to work for you.

Using our method and PLR material you can produce unique articles and update that content to make it even better.

Editing is really all about making your writing better,

and just about anyone can become an editor.

Traffic is all about content and content is all about editing, and editing is all about doing the work, typing, is all about your fingers, striking the keyboard.

You can develop great content just using PLR and using our reposting plugin, because with just a little work, and sadly yes, it does require some work, anything worth doing is worth doing right…

Editing and posting, what it means and how you can do it right the second, third or fourth times?

Wondering what that means, well it is all about the method.

Method blogging is about taking the time to edit and post material making it better each time you update your content.

Updating your content is really something that everyone should be doing every day, but sadly we cannot all just sit behind the computer and blog all day and all night, like perhaps some do, )

The thing is you can use tools to help you in  your posting and blogging, so that if you use the tools you have available to you you can save time and if you can save time then that means you could generate a couple more blogs, now that is something to think about.

Reposting is a method of editing your content so that it gets better over time and the better you content becomes the more visitors will come to your website.

Editing is what you should expect to have to do with any PLR product, because and this is just the way it is, most of the time PLR is basically what content that is but is not ready for publishing, PLR is just a framework, that you can use to get to the place you wish you were at.

Blog Marketing

How do you write, do you use PLR content then adapt it to meet your needs?

Do you develop totally original content?

Do you research prevailing opinions and offer critiques?


Creating content that will keep your visitors coming back for more.

Developing a blog is like building a home, it is something that you have to do in steps and it is something that you cannot do overnight.

Creating content and how you can advertise successfully.

Marketing is really all about getting noticed, it is about selling what you have, be it knowledge or be it, information or a combination of the two.

You have a blog and want to market it and make it a successful blog.

How do you do this?

How do you go about getting your blog out there to be seen and known by others?

How do you draw readers and keep them coming back for more?

There are many ways to get your blog out there and known by others. This can be known as challenging for some and just quite easy for others. If you have ever had a successful blog before then you know what it takes. You are not going to get anywhere by just setting up a blog and hoping that people will find it and read it. You are not going to gain any links, nor a higher search engine ranking by just having a blog. This is all part of blog marketing. Anyone can do it, even you.

Successful blog marketing tip number one. When you first create a blog, of course it is unheard of. No one knows anything about the blog unless you give them the link and show it to them. However, for a new blog that has never been seen, there are many ways to get it out there and known. You just need to know how. The first thing that you can do is to allow RSS feeds be taken from your blog. Allow other websites and blogs to publish your same exact blog. When you do this, they are giving you a link back to your blog, and also telling their readers all about your blog. You will get more traffic than ever with this tool. RSS feeds are wonderful for promoting and getting your blog out there.

Blog marketing tip number two. Update your blog frequently. We can not put enough emphasis on this tip. If you tell your readers that you are going to update your blog daily, then do it. If you tell them that you will be writing in your blog weekly, don’t let them down. Your readers are what makes your blog successful. You may not realize this in the beginning, and you will have few readers in the beginning as well, but you will eventually build a readership base and have people checking out your blog regularly. Maybe you do not plan on telling your readers how often you will update your blog. That is ok too. However, think about this, if you were reading a blog on a weekly basis, and you expected to see the blog that you like to read updated at least once a week, you would be very disappointed to find out that it was not. Sure, things happen that might prevent you from updating, and that is expected, and excused, but week after week can hurt you and cause you to lose readers.

Tip number three. While you are working on your readership base, and trying to gain readers, you are going to find that commenting on blogs that are relevant to yours will surely help. Find a blog that is on the same topic to yours, or close to it and leave comments. You can also make a track back with your blog postings to comment on your own blog. Doing so will probably more than likely give someone else the urge to track back to your blog. Which will be good for it as well. Commenting on blogs that get many comments will make yours be seen by those interested in that market. You will gain traffic and readers that way, and it is easy as well as free.

The fourth blog marketing tip. Learn and apply SEO to your blogs. SEO is search engine optimization. You are going to find that if you want your blog to go anywhere, you need SEO, and you need to know how to use it to the advantage of your blog. Just like a website, a blog will be better off optimized.