Great weekend isn’t it? The sun is shining bright over here and it seems like a perfect day to go for a swim with my family.
Anyway, for this week’s Bunch O’ Blogs I’m going to feature great posts from commentators of my guest post in Kikolani. The feedbacks were awesome and giving them a spotlight here is my way of thanking them.
So without further ado let me present to you today’s B.O.B.
- Which is More Important to Making Money? Alexa Rank or Page Rank
What do you think? Google Page Rank is all about the trustworthiness of your blog while Alexa is about the density of your blog’s traffic. Which do you think can drive more money into your pocket? Pretty good argument, huh?
You’ve heard about video blogging or vlogs but only a few have really ventured to take advantage of its potential. Statistics are growing and this post is one example of how an acclaimed public speaker gained her momentum on video blogging that increased her blog’s traffic dramatically.
- On Separating Business and Personal Identities
Social Media can be a powerful tool for your business and at the same time great for connecting with your family and friends. On a personal degree, you are you. But your business persona is someone who is professional and that’s what drives money in for you. So how do you draw a line between your business and personal identities?
- 10 Frequently Asked Questions About Google Plus
With Google sending exclusive invites to their social media Google Plus a lot of people are still exploring its potential. Here are two handfuls of essential tips that you need to know about this fast growing social service.
Search Engine Optimization
- Tips for Making Google Crawl Your Blog More Often
If getting SEO figured out is giving you a hard time, then checkout these practical tips on how you can get your blog optimized and likeable by the Google search engine.
- Reciprocal Link Exchanges VS One-Way Links
If you want to be on top of the Google Page Rank ladder, you got to start considering building your backlinks. And not just any links, but quality backlinks.
Web / Blog Design
- Does Your Website Connect with Customers
Your website or blog is a portal for resource. Its sole purpose is to provide answers for your readers or else they will find the answers somewhere else. What does it take for your site to connect with your potential customers starting at the point of first contact?
- What’s in a Domain Name? A lot!
What everyone needs to consider when buying a domain name. It reflects your image and your company’s brand so choosing a name has to be done with utmost care.
Making Money Online
- Making Money from Ads, Overrated or Underrated
I personally don’t see anything wrong with putting up advertising banners as long as it’s done in good taste and do not affect readability. I respect bloggers who are tapping the potential of earning through advertising. But then again, here is how bloggers see it as overrated and others underrated.
- Wanted: Full-time Procrastinator
Anyone who hears the word procrastinate would instantly refer to it as a “put off” to lead you away from your goal. But what if you can tie it up to your job and turn the tables around so that procrastinating can actually make you more productive.
- Dealing with Distractions When You Work
This is definitely one of the tough enemies to beat in the world of blogging or any kind of job. Do you let it control you or do you have what it takes to control it?
Bonus – Finger Physics and Ayam Penyet
Take a break from hammering your head on content creation. Play this quick physics puzzle game. Give it a try by clicking the image.
Have you heard of smashed fried chicken before? This is a famous delicacy in Indonesia which we have tried. Click the photo to read the full story.
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