A good website or blog will focus on engaging its audience via social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Internet marketing requires you to bring in more people to your email marketing list. Here are some cool WordPress plugins to set up Facebook, newsletters and email sign-up forms via lightbox pop-ups.
Don’t want to lose traffic when moving your blog from Blogger BlogSpot to WordPress? A simple plugin handles redirection from all localized Blogger domains.
Coupons were probably created for Indians. In a nation of qualified hagglers where a discount is as important as a salary, coupons were a hit from the very beginning. This coupon mantra has been applied to India’s 70 thousand crore e-commerce market and it has been able to convince the hesitant Indian to make a purchase online.
The WordPress Duplicator plugin is designed to give WordPress administrators the ability to migrate a website from one location to another location in three easy steps. Just create a package, download it and install. No need to change all your settings and re-run import/export scripts.
Freelacing websites are often cited as great source for acquiring new projects and clients for individuals and agencies. My experience has not been great with such freelancing websites. Am I a failure as a freelancer? No, not at all. I get enough work to keep me busy without having to make much of an effort.
I conducted a quick keyword search using Google Keywords Tool and found two keywords with more than 1,000 global searches per month where the ‘Exact Match’ .com domain is available.
Creating a Flash games website is fairly simple as long as you use the right CMS script. You can find plenty of “Flash game scripts” on Google—both paid and free. These flash game scripts/CMS come loaded with lots of Flash games. You can also add your own games. One website also sells “Flash games packs”. You can also use WordPress plug-ins to convert a default WordPress installation into a full-featured gaming website.
Someone, someday conducted an experiment to find the relation between your website’s search ranking on Google and the percentage of clicks or visitors that it gets. You can keep this infographic as a quick reference to see what amount of traffic you can expect based on your search ranking on the first page of Google.