The Top 5 Social Outposts I Use And Recommend

Following all the talk recently about having social outposts (not a new idea, just in a new wrapper), I decided to look at what social outposts I was currently using and summarise and compare them with what outposts you guys are using. Before we start, a quick definition: "A social…

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Self Promotion Isn't Evil

If you think self promotion is evil then you really shouldn't be in business for yourself. I was reading an article recently by Lisa Barone of Outspoken Media on creating Facebook fan pages that your customers want to join. In it she made several great observations on what small businesses…

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My First Recurring Income Online Was …

My first recurring income online was made the other month and not from an expected source. I've been tinkering with building websites for making money online for about a year and all I end up writing about is creating websites and techniques for making money online. Sound familiar to you?…

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The Difference Between Shared IP and Dedicated IP Hosting

Essentially shared IP hosting means that your website is sharing a server with other websites. There is good and bad to this, but mostly it's fairly invisible. The good side of this is that your hosting costs are quite discounted. Some hosting companies like Bluehost offer shared IP hosting for…

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Advantages Of Picking A Wide Niche Over A Narrow Niche

This article addresses some of the thought processes that you should consider when picking an area to focus your internet business or even your blog on. Being in a wider niche can mean more prospects, but how do you overcome your competitors? Read on for the answer! Market Need If…

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