What’s Going to Change in SEO in 2014?


seo in 2014When it comes to the evolving SEO industry, we’ve all talked about what we wish will change, what changed in 2013 that will spill over into 2014, and what will become more important, but there is one big question that still needs to be asked: What are your predictions for the changes we’ll see in 2014?

Top SEO Changes We Will Likely See in 2014

Because Google is expected to make quite a few changes this upcoming year, it’s a good idea to make some realistic predictions so that you’re prepared. Below are some of the changes we will likely see in 2014:

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5 More Free Image Sources For Your Blog

5 more free image sources for your blog

5 more free image sources for your blog

We have covered places to find free and legal images in the past, but with a new year comes even more reliable sources for finding free image sources for your blog. As with any creative work, even though it may be free to use, be sure to use correct attribution and make sure that you are crediting the author in all ways necessary. Not doing so may lead to legal issues, as some images are free as long as bloggers follow the proper guidelines. [Read more…]

Google Releases Compute Engine to the Public




Few names are as recognizable and highly regarded in the tech industry today as Google. When thinking of the latest and greatest trends in the industry, people often jump right to this tech giant. One of the areas that has been noticeably lacking in the vast portfolio of Google’s offerings are services related to cloud networking. Google has seen vast successes in areas like search, mobile, web apps, and a wide array of other consumer and enterprise offerings. This track record of success kept tech analysts on edge as they anticipated the release of Google Compute Engine, which remained in beta testing for a lengthy period of time. The recent announcement by Google executives that Google Compute Engine is out of beta sparked a flurry of interest from the public and media alike as it seems Google has released a major contender to become a top cloud application web hosting service in the coming months. [Read more…]

How to Moderate Blog Comments

Commenting System

Blog commenting can be a great way to get to know your fellow bloggers on other blogs, while also building a community within your own blog.

However, spam comments have reached a critical mass, often taking up the majority of the time of bloggers who just want to be able to filter out the great, original comments from the fake ones.


Besides installing a plugin to fight spam, there are a few other things you can be on the lookout for that will help you determine whether or not a comment is spam or is genuine. [Read more…]

5 Ways to Cut Website Hosting Costs

website hosting​Building, publishing, and maintaining a website can be a lot of work: but it doesn’t have to come with a lot of cost, thanks to our website hosting tips to help you save. Here are five easy steps to extreme savings on hosting packages:

Buy longer periods of time

The easiest way to cut website hosting costs by 50% or more is an easy one: buy longer subscriptions each time you renew. Like most subscription-based services, web hosting companies like myHosting and HostPapa offer longer terms of service at deeply discounted rates. A quick, simple way to save a bundle, and make sure your website is up and running for years to come. [Read more…]

How to Find Keywords For Blogging


How to Find Keywords for Blogging

If you have any inclination about SEO when you’re a blogger (which you should, as SEO can help increase your blog’s traffic and engagement), then you know that being sure you use the right main keywords when you are writing blog posts can help people find your content when they are searching for it via search engines. [Read more…]

2013’s Top 5 Book Blogs

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deliberate reader

Just as Yelp helps shoppers and diners choose where to spend cash, blogs help busy people decide the best ways to spend their free time. This is no insignificant contribution. In commercialized world, it can be hard to decipher the “good” from the “well-promoted” (two qualities that are ever more mutually exclusive), and time spent deciding between movies, books, or video games is time spent working, not playing.

Since you’ve spent the last four weeks in hot pursuit of the best holiday gifts for everyone on your list, give yourself a break and check out a list that’s just for you. These excellent book blogs are guaranteed to save you time and get you geared up for the next big read. [Read more…]