Articles on Internet Marketing Resources

The articles listed below discuss various tools, resources and techniques that will help you grow your Internet Marketing Business. Click the headline to read the full article.

Why is My WordPress Site so Slow to Load?

The more the web goes mobile, the more important becomes the speed at which your website pages load. Speed is definitely king – at least on the web. Adding a caching plugin to WordPress and using a CDN are both good ways to speed up your page load times, but they will deliver only limited… Read more

Jaaxy Keyword Research Tool Review – a Fast, Powerful, Accurate SEO Keyword Research Tool

How does Jaaxy compare to the Google Keyword Planner? To beat your competition you need to figure higher in the search results than they do – and a powerful, fast, accurate keyword research tool, that finds and details the pages you would be competing with for your chosen keyword, is an indispensable part of your… Read more

How to Create a Dual Language Website

Most websites these days are based on Content Management Systems and, of those, WordPress is by far the most widely used. If you’re using WordPress, there are a number of plugins that handle dual language translations. I’ve described how I translate WordPress websites with the plugin that I use. Read the details here. If you’re… Read more

4 Ways Affiliate Marketers Can Avoid the Google Slap

This is a guest post by Matt Carter of Matts Marketing Blog. In business, whether in the real world or the digital world, success requires a certain amount of adaptability when game-changing events occur. This was amply displayed recently in the digital world by the earth shattering effects of Google’s Panda update in the SEO… Read more

Increase Your Website’s Traffic: Do Your SEO in Foreign Languages

This is a guest post from Christian Arno, of Lingo24. Most of us put a lot of effort into SEO for our content in English, but it’s every bit as important to get this right for your foreign-language content too. The good news is that the basics are the same in every language. Using the… Read more

How to Set Up 301 Redirects in WordPress

With the ever increasing emphasis on quality-of-content in the search engines’ algorithms, making sure you update or clear out articles which are either out of date or of little value is important. So I spent a lot of time recently reviewing and either updating or trashing old articles on this site. I wrote back here… Read more

Does Your Site Pass the Website Speed Test?

For some time now Google has taken website (or, rather, page) load-times into account when ranking pages in their search results. The reason is simple: fast page-load speeds give your visitors a better experience, and Google is all about improving web users’ experience. Because of this, I’m not surprised to see questions in the forums… Read more

8 Ways to Make Your Website More Effective

What kind of website is yours? This site has, for a long time, been purely about delivering information and building an audience. Now, however, its purpose is changing to building a list in readiness for products that I’m planning. In the next couple of months you’ll see a move towards emphasising what I call my… Read more

Shopping Cart Abandon Rate: It’s all About the User Experience

I finished the first draft of The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Setting up a Business Online today and tried to convert it into a PDF so I could pass it out to my reviewers. Unfortunately Windows 7, Office 2010 and Adobe Acrobat Standard 8 don’t work together (at least not on my machine) and Adobe… Read more

Why are Sites Like Google and eBay so Ignorant? Or is it Arrogant?

I recently tried to register on eBay – and the user experience was ghastly. The same when I tried to set up a Hangout on Google+ a few weeks ago. Why do these (and other) big sites think they’re so clever by presenting me with a Chinese user interface just because my IP address indicates… Read more