Do you know what’s being said about you online? No matter what your business, tracking and managing your online reputation is vital, simply because it often provides an opportunity for you. If what’s being said isn’t accurate, you can put your side of the story.
Create a blog and add articles a few times a week. Invite people to keep up to date using your RSS Feed. Google owns Feedburner and this is an easy way for you to get new subscribers and maintain contact.
Use Tumblr as a research tool to get new ideas for your blog. Just browse to the different blogs offered and in a matter of minutes, you will find what you are looking for.
CTR: Click Through Rate. This number is usually represented as a percentage, and it refers to the number of times your ad was clicked on, in relation to how often the ad was viewed.
Take time to record and preserve your own personal history as well as taking care of your family’s genealogy. Amy Coffin of the We Tree Norway blog has authored this fine series of 52 prompts (one for each week of 2011) to help you achieve your family history goals. Use these prompts, as you see fit, to chip away at recording your memories as well as life’s lessons learned for the benefit of future descendants. Use your computer or record your memories on paper. If you have a blog, record them there.
After stumbling upon Traffic Geyser and watching the promo videos: I was very impressed. It allowed me to publish videos on 25 + video sharing sites and post information links about the video on blogs, bookmarking sites, article sites, and podcast sites instantaneously. Another nice feature is the ability to upload multiple videos and organize them under a unique profile. You wouldn’t think this is a big deal, but it saves time and makes it easy go back and look and see what videos you uploaded and which ones you didn’t.
So, I will not do anything to avenge myself, and I suggest all of you in similar circumstances learn this lesson and do the same. For God has bigger plans for us all.
So there you have it, a rundown of the top features to expect from the best web-hosting companies. And by the way, free web-hosting is still available but the old adage, “you get what you pay for” was never more true in relation to webhosting, especially if want to host a business website. Be willing to pay for quality, reliability, and a full set of features.