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10 Tools That Will Help You Become Ultra Productive

Time is a precious commodity, especially as an entrepreneur we are left with more tasks than day. No one wants to spend the workday madly scrambling to get things done. Attempting to run your business inefficiency would only result in a nightmare. Unfortunately, it is one that people endure every day causing unnecessary stress.  This is why learning about some of the tools that are available for making the workday go not only smoothly, but at the highest level of productivity is one of the best things that you can do. Mastering some of these tools will help you to get things done faster and more efficiently which in turn will take away that tight, painful stress feeling in your shoulders.

1. Post-Its

Post-Its are one of those unassuming items that everyone has lying around, but no one ever really uses. Use them. Use them constantly. Once you start using Post-Its regularly, you will wonder how you were ever able to survive in a world without them. They are great for writing short memos and sticking to places where you are guaranteed to see them.

2. Google Docs

One of the most useful creations of the digital age is Google Docs. The format is very similar to traditional Microsoft Word (before Vista screwed everything up), so even the most tech-illiterate person in your office can easily pick up the basics. What is great about Google Docs is that it is accessible from any computer with an Internet connection. No more flash drives, emailing documents to yourself, or, heaven forbid, the dark age of floppy disks. In addition to how easy it is to access your files, Google Docs uses a sharing and comment feature that allows multiple people to work on the same document at once or to make comments in the margins. Group projects are a breeze.

3. AwayFind

Email is one of those technological things that we love to hate. There are so many good things about email, but once that inbox hits the thousands, you start to realize how much you hate it. Sifting through all those emails can take all day and can destroy your productivity. You could limit yourself to checking your email a couple of times a day, but what if there’s an emergency or important message? Allow me to introduce AwayFind. This service alerts you via phone, text, or push notification when you receive a message from a preselected person or something with specific keywords in it. No more missing vital emails. No more feeling swamped by emails that are unimportant. For only five dollars a month, AwayFind is worth it.

4. Gmail’s filters, labels, and archives

Google has done a bunch of marvelous things to boost the efficiency of the online community, and Gmail is one of the best tools out there. Labels in Gmail can allow you to mark specific topics or phrases that appear in emails and then archive them into groups. This makes it easy to find and reference older emails, and is especially useful for workplaces that communicate a lot through email. Filters allow you to label emails that meet certain criteria and sort them automatically into a file. This means that they could bypass your inbox all together and simply get stored nicely and neatly where they need to be.

5. SaneBox

SaneBox is a great way to sort your emails so that you do not have hundreds of unread messages sitting judgmentally in your inbox for days on end. For only seven dollars a month (that’s less than a Netflix subscription), SaneBox will use an algorithm to filter less important messages into a “SaneLater” folder. This allows you to see the important stuff right away and get to the things that can wait later when you have time to deal with it.

6. Lined notebooks

You may have thought your lined notebook days were behind you when you graduated high school, but they’re not. The simple lined notebook is one of the most important office tools that you can have on hand. Electricity is not 100% reliable, and neither are the companies providing the office WiFi. What will you do when you have a deadline and the network goes down so you can’t access your Google Doc? Write your ideas in a notebook of course! In addition, physically writing something down can be more rewarding and give you more of a sense of accomplishment than typing it.

7. Draft

Draft is an amazing app for collaborative editing and can make getting feedback about a project much easier. With Draft, additions to a document are highlighted in green while subtractions are highlighted in pink. You can view and compare multiple versions of the draft side by side to examine changes, and comments are displayed right next to the relevant text. The writer can choose to accept or reject changes that are made to the document, and you can easily go back to an earlier version if needed.

8. WordPress

WordPress is ideal for connecting with readers online, but it also has some uses as a word processor. Writing a draft within WordPress itself is useful because it helps to code html. It also makes it possible to see the draft on a web page so that you know how it will look once it goes online. The appearance of a document can change quite a bit from Word to the web, so this is great for making sure the format works.

9. Kitchen Timer

Most of us have timers on our smartphones, but that timer is attached to hundreds of distractions. It is so easy to turn your timer off and take a quick Facebook break that consumes your productivity and twenty minutes of your time. A regular kitchen timer eliminates these distractions while keeping you on a schedule. Set the kitchen timer for short increments of time and work intensely on a specific task for that time. This will help keep you focused, and makes it easier to take a five minute break when you really need one.

10. Rainmaker Platform

The Rainmaker Platform is the solution for anyone who is serious about content driven marketing or online entrepreneurs. The platform has the tools to build a website without hunting for hosting, fighting to find solid SEO, handling the hassle of maintenance or upgrades. Basically, the platform makes managing your website easy.

What tools have your found to boost your productivity? We would love to hear all about them in the comments below. 


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101 Fascinating Facts About Domains

The following facts are not merely little trinkets of trivia information one might need if they were a contestant on Jeopardy.  One could actually find them useful in our line of work.

For instance, did you know that the idea of the online addressing system was actually invented way back in 1952? That’s 66 flipping years ago! That’s more than 10 years earlier then the birth of the internet.

Without question, the wide world world aka the internet is more than just a fleeting fancy. As of February 2017, where are a whopping 195.43 million domains registered. Amazing, right?

The following infographic put together by Website Builder illustrates some interesting facts about domain names and how they can effect your online presence.



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eCommerce Platforms: What are they and Which ones are the best?

Before we delve into comparing all the bells and whistles of the different eCommerce platforms and software available, let’s first briefly define just what exactly an eCommerce platform is.

It’s a good bet that you have noticed the vast array of online store builders available.  With so many choices it’s pretty easy to get quickly confused, especially when they are all saying the same things “We are the best!”

So what exactly is an eCommerce platform? What sets a “best” platform apart from just a “good” platform?  And how are the best different from the average run of the mill website builder?

My personal definition of the “best” eCommerce platform is an online store builder which has the flexibility for you to keep adding more and more advanced functions to help leverage even more growth when you are ready to do so.

Do you need a clone?

Let me paint this picture for you.  You have dived into the realm of the big world of eCommerce.  You have a simple site set up.  You are selling a select handful of products, uploaded some stellar images to go with said products, wrote some beautifully enticing product descriptions, and connected it all to a shopping cart.  You are set, and ready to GO!

You then promote your beloved store with a variety of marketing techniques that you have learned over the years from all of your favorite Gurus and low and behold people start to notice your site.  Clicks are coming in AND sales are starting to happen.  Guess what? Now you are in business.

As your sales start to grow, so does the need for extra hands, feet, arms, legs, brains, etc.  Sure a clone might work, however wouldn’t it just be easier (and less … creepy) to work smarter not harder?

This is all of what might be on your plate:

  • Manage and grow your sales channels
  • Keep up with all the social media networks (just how many are there again?)
  • Create new marketing material
  • Answer customer service inquires (sometimes angry ones)
  • Manage your inventory (if physical)
  • Manage your money
  • Shipping
  • Analyze sales reports
  • Handle taxes
  • Manage bookkeeping (ugh)
  • ETC!!

With all of the above your family and friends are asking you “where the heck have you been?”  Your kids are bugging you to play with them. Your spouse or significant other is wondering if you have started a love affair with your computer.

So what do you do?

This is where a top eCommerce platform comes into play.  Like was mentioned earlier, in my opinion the best eCommerce platform gives you the ability to keep adding tools to your online store not only to help your business grow, but just as importantly, the handy tools can free up a significant portion of your time.

This is where a solid platform differs from the more traditional website builder.  They just don’t have a solid platform for you to keep advancing your business to the next level.   This is of course is not to say that the more traditional website builders aren’t any good, they are just designed to give you a helping hand up to a certain point.  You will need a more advanced flexible eCommerce solution to help you achieve even greater goals.

Load’em up with Apps!

Some of the best eCommerce platforms, such as Shopify, Bigcommerce, and even Magento have marketplaces where you can handpick additional functions to tack onto your online store.

There are a vast array of different apps (sometimes referred to as extensions) that can help aid in saving you vast amounts of time and energy.

  • Shipping / Fulfillment
  • Customer Service (to help with handling the occasional angry customer)
  • Accounting (crunch those numbers!)
  • Reporting / Analytics
  • Inventory / Order Management
  • Sales & Marketing (HUGE one!)


Let’s take a closer look.

Order Management App

Traditionally, the manual (or hard way) to get your sold goods to those that purchased them is to receive a sales notification of some sort, export this data to spreadsheet and then send it on to your fulfillment center.  Or if you are just starting out and have a relatively small fulfillment threshold, such as shipping your sold goods directly from your home, you might have to copy and paste your customer’s shipping information into a label printing software program.  Then print them out.  This could become a real headache if your business grows quickly.

An order management app will allow your online store to automatically send your orders in the correct format to your warehouse or fulfillment center.   So no more copying and pasting or having to export the sales records to a spreadsheet.

Most order management apps will also aggregate all your customer information, such as shipping address, payment information, order history, etc  for ease of review in the future.


Accounting App

An accounting app can easily integrate into your store.  This app will allow your store to “talk” to your accounting software, and your financial data will automatically get pulled over into your existing accounting software.   This will save you a “hellava” amount of time.  No more countless hours of administrative work or pulling your hair out trying to find that one needle in a haystack mistake that you made.


The above are just a sampling of the different accounting apps available.


Best of the best

Shopify is one of the best eCommerce platforms available to you today, who currently powers over 100,000 online shops.  Not only are their storefronts clean, beautiful, and well designed, they also have a massive library of apps in their marketplace to choose from.

One key element that Shopify has done rather well, is to invite other vendors to be apart of their big umbrella of help.  These outside vendors (theme designers, online tool providers, etc) integrate their services and products into Shopify, making Shopify a 1 stop shop for all the tools you should need to create a successful growing online store.


Some of the available apps are free while others require a seemingly token payment. Although, paying for an app that could save you countless hours of unnecessary work and allow you to streamline your business is well worth the investment.  These tools can save you time, headaches, and possibly any new grey hairs which will allow you to focus on other more important aspects of your business.

Do the math.  Instead of paying a part-time person (or doing it yourself), using the app is in the long run cheaper to purchase.  It also doesn’t need to be fed, bathed, or experience mood swings, so the app won’t make unnecessary mistakes!

Bigcommerce is another fantastic eCommerce platform loaded with plenty of apps to choose from.  Like Shopify some of the apps are free and others are paid, but again well worth the extra bucks for added peace of mind and less workload aggravation.


Bigcommerce currently powers over 50,000 online stores and has processed almost` $3 billion in transactions.  It is also serving business owners in over 65 countries.  They cater to literally any size of eCommerce business – from small start ups to those that do tens of millions of dollars in sales revenue.

So which will you chose?   

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5 Most Effective Email Marketing Strategies

We have previously touched on the top three email marketing services along with the importance of building trust into your email marketing list, however we didn’t really dig into the tried and true effective strategies.

The fact is that an inbox is a cutthroat environment.   We as consumers, are blasted with marketing messages of all kinds, some are great messages and offers alike while others are only trash worthy.   With over 144 billion emails sent each and every day, email marketing remains one of the elite channels for business communication.

While email marketing may not seem as “sexy” as more modern tools like social media platforms, it’s still working.

In fact, email customers are 12% more valuable than average, while Facebook customers are only 1% more valuable than average, and Twitter customers are actually 23% less valuable than average.

So how to separate the good from the ugly?

Finding that sweet spot, the space where your messages stand out from the rest of the noise is critical to your bottom line.  Here are five essential inbox tested email marketing strategies to test for yourself.

1.  Personalization

“Hello {INSERT NAME HERE}”  could be a thing of the past.  (I know this will make my significant other sad).  The practice of personalizing an email greeting is no longer as effective as it used to be.  Research from Temple’s Fox School of Business suggests that it could actually be harmful.

Given the high level of cyber security concerns about phishing, identity theft, and credit card fraud, many consumers would be wary of emails, particularly those with personal greetings.

As mentioned in our previous post, an important element of email marketing is the relationship between the sender and receiver.  Ask these questions:

  • Have you established a trusting relationship with the recipient?

  • Does the recipient know who you are?

When your communication jumps into the familiarity zone too quickly, it could come off as pushy or even distasteful.    And worse yet, faking the familiarity will also turn many recipients off.  However, not all forms of personalization are off limits.  In fact, certain types of personalization can pay off in a big way.  Such as sending an email that acknowledges such facts as purchase history, demographic location, etc.

The lesson here is that if you are going to use personalization as an email strategy go the extra mile and do it in a meaningful way.   Slapping in an subscriber’s name into your greeting is a no brainer, which might backfire and cause your list harm in the long run.  It shows far greater care and initiative to send a personalized email that is relevant to the recipient’s needs and history.

2.  Subject line magic

Subject lines will either have the person dying to click open or leave them bored and looking towards the next email.   Besides if their inbox is anything like my own (I generally receive over a 200 emails a day from various sources), their time is limited to sort through what is read worthy and what simply goes into the digital circular file.  69% of email recipients report email as Spam based solely on the subject line. (Source: Convince&Convert)

Although copywriting is indeed a magical craft (so says my husband), when it comes right down to it deciding how to craft that perfect subject line there appears to scientifically only be one area to avoid.  The subject line of 60 to 70 characters.  This in the marketing world is often referred to as the “dead zone” of subject length.    According to research done by Adestra,  which tracked over 900 million emails, there isn’t an increase in either open rate or clickthroughs at the 60-70 character length subject line.

On the flip side, subject lines 70 characters and above tested the most worthy of engaging readers to click through.   And subject lines 49 characters and under tested well with a higher open rate.  Adestra also found that subject lines with fewer than 10 characters had an open rate of 58%.

3.  Prime time to send your email

Mailchimp conducted a recent study (updated 06/13/2014) pinpointing the best day and time to send out campaign emails.  They scanned over a billion emails to identify trends.  These are their findings:

  • More people open during the day than at night.  Subscribers are likely to open email afternoon  – and the most active hours are from 2-5 PM.

  • More emails are sent during the week than on the weekends, with Tuesday and Thursdays being the highest volume days.

  • More links lead to more clicks.   Placing a particular link inside the body of your email more than once increases the number of clicks to that link.

3.  Give something away

Everyone loves free stuff!  When someone signs up to your email list, they are expecting something in return.    Bluewire Media ran a study on their 6,300 subscribers to see what types of content led to the highest click through rates.  In the number one spot was useful templates, which pulled in a 26% to 66% click through rate.

The study also showed that templates and tools far outweigh ebooks, interviews, brain teasers, and photo albums.

4.  Mobile design

Since mobile devices are responsible for 47 percent of all email opens, you would be damned silly not to optimize your email content for mobile.

Let’s put the science and the numbers into perspective.  Litmus, an email marketing firm collected data from 397 million email opens worldwide and found that a whopping 47 percent of emails were opened on a mobile device of some kind.

So if your email list accounts for $100,000 in sales each month, could you afford to throw $44,000 out the window just because your email looked funky on a mobile device?

Here are some quick mobile design tips:

  • Convert your email to a one column template for an easy mobile fix.

  • Bump up the font size for improved readability on smart phones.

  • Follow the iOS guideline of buttons at least 44 pixels wide by 44 pixels tall.

  • Make the call-to-action obvious and easy to tap. Above the fold is always preferable.

  • Consider ergonomics. Many users tap and scroll with their thumb, so keep important tappable elements in the middle of the screen.

5.   Bump up the activity of the inactive

Size doesn’t always matter.  Yes, I actually put that out there in print for all to see.

Studies shows that the average inactivity for a list is 63 percent, meaning that even if you have a huge list only about two-thirds of them will actually follow-up with your email blasts.  Studies also show that the first 90 days (just like in a new friendship relationship) is critical for turning a new subscriber into a loyal follower.

Use re-engagement campaigns to get that 63 percent back into the swing of things.   Reach out to that segmented part of your list (and yes you SHOULD segment them) and attempt to reel them back into the fold.


As in all things labeled marketing, it’s about trial and error or testing.  Test, test, and re-test.  Of course all that is said above are done on different lists, lists that might very well be very different than your own.  So by all means, test these hypotheses for yourself.

We would love to hear about your best email strategies and tips.  Tell us in the comments below!

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Now or Never – Hop on the Mobile Marketing Growth Train

Eighty two minutes.   That’s the average amount of time an American spends on their mobile device on any given day.  The addiction started way back in 1999 with the introduction of the Blackberry, or as most of us lovingly refer to them “the crackberry.”

If you are like most of us technology hungry souls, one of the first things that you ask yourself on the way out the door is “Do I have my phone?”  There of course is a perfectly good explanation for that.  Smartphones of today have not only become an extension of our home desktop computers, but in some instances they even replace the clunky box and monitor.   You can shop, research, bank, and entertain yourself with silly mind numbing games all on a tiny computer that easily fits into your pocket or purse.

Let’s face it mobile is on the move up and, barring any unforeseen “Technology or Zombie Apocalypse”, it’s here to stay.   The switch to mobile movement is gaining momentum.  As a result, any brand or publisher trying to “reach out and touch someone” will need to quickly jump on the bandwagon or risk being left in the dust.

Here are a few reasons mobile is on the move:

1.  Everyone (even my 81 year old Grandma) has a mobile device of some kind or is considering buying one.

Times are changing.  The days of the clunky desktop pc is dying (sniffs and pouts), just try selling one on eBay or Craigslist.  Mobile internet growth, on the other hand, is soaring higher and higher.   Of the world’s 4 billion mobile phones in use, 1.08 billion of them are smartphones, and a whopping 3.05 billion are SMS enabled.   It’s predicted that by the end of 2015 that 81% of US mobile customers will have smartphones.  This being said, any global business expecting to attract new customers and deliver value online will find that they must adapt to mobile or die with the desktop.


2.  Mobile eCommerce is where the money is.

Mobile retail has been projected to grow to a whopping $204 million in 2014 and to nearly half of ALL online retail sales by 2018.  In 2013 alone $39 billion of all online sales were made on mobile devices.

3.  Monetizing mobile users works.

Take Facebook as an example.  After revamping its site and mobile app viewer experience, the company’s mobile ad revenue growth has become the leader of it’s success.  A huge percentage of users now access Facebook through their mobile device alone.

In April 2013 mobile analytics vendor Flurry released a useful summary of category of app usage across smartphones and tablets which shows that app usage dominates browser usage.



Where should you start?

Enough with the facts and figures proving that mobile is now on top and King of the technology mountain.  You are probably asking, “So what do I do with all of this? And where should I start with my mobile strategizing?”   To help  you figure that out, let’s first take a look at the top mobile trends for 2014.  This would be a good place to start looking for innovative mobile marketing strategies so that you too can ride the mobile wave and improve your overall global marketing positions.

1.  Wearable Technology – Wearable technology is clearly meshing our daily life with a technology boost.  This advancement is providing businesses with opportunities only previously seen in comedic scale on Star Trek.  Now we can wear a stylish Lifeband that wirelessly communicates with our smartphone to tell us if we need to run a few more miles prior to eating that big piece of chocolate pie.  Or slide on a pair of Google Glass so that we can video said run around the neighborhood.  The point is, as wearable technology gains popularity and continues to embed itself into our everyday lives, marketers can take advantage of this.  This technology will make interactions effortless between the marketer and consumer creating a seemingly seamless opportunity for continued sales galore!

2.  Improved Location Targeting –  There is a great deal of excitement around location based mobile marketing and the methodology has grown tremendously over the last few years.  In 2014 this technology is only going to improve further.  With location based marketing, you can do double duty, promoting your brand while helping potential customers find you (if you are a traditional brick and mortar business).   You can also use location based marketing to help locate where your customers are in the world, potentially helping you to market more relevant items to them in the future.

3.  Mobile Video –  According to statistics put out by research firm Yankee Group, 2014 will see mobile video viewing levels equaling PC for the first time.  Enabling this change are faster wireless networks, better devices and affordable data plans.  All of this will result in people spending increased time watching video content on mobile devices.   Where there is content there is also ads.  Mobile video ads are expected to become the top ad format.  Facebook’s books Instagram video and Twitter owned Vine are both brand new avenues in the mobile marketing arena that are now competing with the YouTube giant.   According to eMarketer, US ad spending for mobile video is set to quadruple to nearly $2.1 billion by 2016.

4.  Mobile Messaging –   WeChat, WhatsApp, Pheed, or even Snapchat.  All of these mobile focused social messaging apps are growing their monthly active users at astounding rates.  If you aren’t already familiar with these apps, they allow users to communicate with text, images, video and other media in real time on simple visually appealing platforms.  This data represents a massive opportunity for businesses to get in front of their mobile customers.

Let’s also not forget about good old SMS and that 3.05 billion of today’s owned mobile devices are SMS enabled.  That’s 3.05 billion customers that can be reached with a single text message.

  • SMS sees an engagement rate 6-8 times higher than email marketing.

  • 90% of users who enroll in an SMS loyalty program feel they gained value from it.

  • Text messages are usually read within 5 seconds of receipt!

  • SMS coupons are 10 times more likely to be redeemed than print or email coupons.

  • 70% of people say they would actually like to receive offers on their mobile phones!

5.  App Marketing – In the last few years, app promotion was more about reaching the coveted number one “most downloaded” spot.  This year the strategies have shifted toward a more CPI (click per install) sensitive approach.  We are also seeing new metrics this year that have a more clear focus on generating ROI based positive campaigns.

This data from Nielsen on mobile media time shows the consumer preference for mobile apps which account for 89% of media time in mobile as might be expected from the use of the most popular social network, email and news apps.

Head scratching facts

Here are just a few (ok maybe a little more than a few) mobile technology facts.  As you read over them, I urge you to think of the possibilities surrounding mobile marketing.  How far could you take your business with this rapidly growing technology?

  • Mobile now accounts for 12 percent of Americans’ media consumption time, triple its share in 2009. (Source: Digiday, 2013)

  • Of the 70 percent of shoppers who used a mobile phone while in a retail store during the holidays, 62 percent accessed that store’s site or app and only 37 percent of respondents accessed a competitor’s site or app.. (Source: ForeSee, 2013)

  • By the end of 2013, there will be more mobile devices on Earth than people. (Source: Cisco, 2013)

  • The number of US mobile coupon users will rise from 12.3 million in 2010 to 53.2 million in 2014, driven by the rapid adoption of smartphones. (Source: eMarketer, 2013)

  • 65% of U.S. shoppers research products and services on a PC and make a purchase in-store. (Source: Cisco, 2013)

  • 54% use or would like to use digital touchscreens in-store. (Source: Cisco, 2013)

  • 48% use or would like to use a smartphone to shop while in-store or on the go. (Source: Cisco, 2013)

  • 80% of smartphone owners want more mobile-optimized product information while they’re shopping in stores. (Source: Moosylvania, 2013)

  • Time spent with mobile apps starting to challenge television: consumers are spending 127 minutes per day in mobile apps–up 35 percent from 94 minutes a day in the same time last year–and spend 168 minutes watching television per day. (Source: Flurry, 2012)

  • 57 percent of consumers will not recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site. Similarly, 40 percent of consumers will go to a competitor’s site after a bad mobile experience (Source: Compuware, 2012)

  • 91% of adult’s have their mobile phone within arm’s reach (Source: Forbes, 2014)

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11 SEO Useful Techniques and Strategies

In the changing virtual scenario, SEO plays a crucial role in online marketing.

As an online entrepreneur, you just can’t relax after bringing your commercial website to the digital platform. Even if you have an attractive business website, it can be ineffective unless it reaches to your target audience.

Maybe it’s not getting visible in accordance with the search queries.


Perhaps it’s not that much user-friendly.

Wondering what’s the solution?

Here comes the importance of implementing the right SEO strategies. With those, your website would climb up the ladder in no time.

The functionality of SEO strategy includes the following aspects:

  • Website optimization
  • Formation of keyword-rich content
  • Acquiring quality backlinks
  • Social media marketing

If your website is optimized properly, search engines can find that very easily. Whether it’s about improving the navigation quality or including right title tags and meta descriptions – make sure it attracts more visitors.

Through keyword-rich website content, it would be easier to appear on the search queries. Therefore, develop in-depth content that represents the facets of your services appropriately.

Quality backlinks are considered as the main building blocks to good SEO. It helps search engine crawlers find your website in search results.

Make the most of these backlinks to earn the reputation in Google’s search algorithm. With these, you can heighten the effectiveness of the website properly.

Besides developing good marketing content, it’s also important to promote that on social media. This would create more chances to promote your services to potential customers.

Want to know more SEO strategies?

Here’s how you can do it:

At MyTasker, the professional SEO team has provided valuable insights on the best SEO strategies in the form of an infographic.

Just glance through it and update your online marketing skills with the best SEO techniques today!

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15 Amazing Ways to Write Content Faster

It comes down to a basic supply vs demand equation. With so millions of bloggers churning out content covering everything from puppy grooming to how to make money in your underwear, the competition to get your piece seen is astounding. One would almost need to write 24/7 to keep up with the potential demand for new content.

Now you are probably thinking, “How can I possibly manage that? I have a life and well … I need to sleep!”

Luckily though, no such torture is necessary. The key here quality over quantity, while still meeting the average goals of your site’s genre.

The infographic shown below should help to put you on the write track to working smarter not harder and pointing out key ways that you can write content faster and more efficiently.


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