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Small Blog Network Hosting

Monthly Hosting  6 Domains  6 Locations 6 Unique c-class IP’s Separate cpanels WordPress Installed $1295/mth Get A Subscription Here Yearly Hosting Save 30%  6 Domains  6 Locations 6 Unique c-class IP’s Separate cpanels WordPress Installed $10800/yr Get Your Subscription Here Monthly Hosting 3 Domains 3 Locations 3 Unique c-class IP’s Separate cpanels WordPress Installed $895/mth Get A Subscription Here All payments are through Paypal’s subscription service and will either be billed monthly or yearly depending upon which subscription you choose. No refunds will be given. Any misuse of the hosting and the accounts will be terminated immediately, It is a zero tolerance policy if there are any spam complaints, hosting illegal content, or copyright issues of any kind. I reserve the right to refuse service to anyone at any time. Any material that, in my judgment or my Hosts judgement, is obscene, threatening, illegal, or violates these terms of service in any manner may be removed from the servers (or otherwise disabled), with or without notice. Each customer is required to utilize as little server resources as possible, so as to allow for reasonable performance by all customers. Because server CPU and memory are shared resources, excessive consumption of these resources can interfere with or completely prevent normal service performance for other users. I reserve the right to suspend or terminate Services on any account that, at its sole discretion, is abusing server resources. Such suspension or termination can occur at any time without prior warning, and for any or no reason. Like other resources, customers are expected to demonstrate responsible usage of bandwidth resources, so as to allow for reasonable performance by all customers. I regularly monitors bandwidth usage and reserve the right to suspend, terminate, and/or limit (such as through port speed limiting) Services on any account, that at its sole discretion, is using an abnormally large amount of bandwidth. Such suspension, termination, or limitation can occur at any time without prior warning, and for any or no reason. You can cancel at anytime through your paypal account, under profile subscriptions. Any remainder of services already paid for will not be refunded. By signing up through the links above you have agreed to these terms of...

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Why Do So Many Blogs and The Bloggers Behind Them Fail?
Dec31

Why Do So Many Blogs and The Bloggers Behind Them Fail?

Certainly there are a lot of blogs on the internet these days and the amount changes each and every day. I had a hard time finding a statistic on the total amount of blogs online today, so getting a clear picture of the total size is very difficult. Currently WordPress.com is displaying on their stats page that to date there are over 73 million WordPress sites in the world. That is an incredible statistic and we have not even considered other blogging platforms such as, blogger, Tumblr, Moveable Type, and other CMS systems. So that is one heck of a lot of blogs wouldn’t you say so? The stark reality though for most of these blogs that are created is that most do not receive anywhere near a 100 visitors a day. So the phrase build it and they will come certainly does not apply to blogging or the internet, or any business for that matter. It is harsh, but I will have to say, Most Blogs Are Failures! What makes a failure for me, is a blog that has no readers, and no traffic after months of posting content. Also not everyone creates a blog to make money but for those that did and wrote content, published it and have no traffic and no sales is also a failure. There is more to successful blogging then just publishing content on your site, which leaves many asking…. Why did my blog fail? Typical reasons why a blog fails Lack of Proper Planning (No Passion about the Topic, No Purpose, No Goals) Minimal Rewards in the short term, financial and other (No Traffic, No Comments, No Sharing, No Income) Time management (Creating Content, Promoting The Site, Social Connections, Relationship Building) Style of Writing (Content not written to an individual in conversational manners, Bad Tones, Not Showing Your Personality) Design of the Blog (Cluttered, Hard to Navigate, Not Engaging The Readers) No Branding (Not Using A Catchy Unique Domain Name, Not Using Own Personal Name or Nickname, Not Communicating Your Character) Okay, so it is not hard to find reasons why a blog has failed, but that makes us to ask the next obvious question…  How to Create a Successful Blog? Creating successful websites can be difficult as it is much more then writing good content, and probably the hardest part is it just might take you out of your comfort zone when getting started. Overcoming Fear and Getting Out of the Comfort Zone Planning – Recommended Steps To Take Before Starting Your Blog Find Out Who Your Target Audience Is Exactly Where Online is Your Audience Hanging Out At Does...

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Blog Commenting – Should I or Shouldn’t I?
Oct11

Blog Commenting – Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Blog Commenting is it a viable method of getting links to your websites anymore? Certainly!  If done correctly with the right intentions without spamming. For the longest time, now or should I say, the last couple of years I keep reading that building links by commenting is dead and one is better off doing something else.  I have to disagree with it being dead, but can you spam a million sites and expect to rank doing so, No of course not! So how does one go about commenting then? To start off you are not looking for dofollow links but you may get some on some sites.  Building nofollow links I believe do help, if not your rankings but it can help your links to look much more natural, keeping your site from future penalties. Our main goal here is to look for sites that have content that is relevant to your own.  You can do this just by doing a search on Google. What I do is the basic of basics, and it goes like this. I go to Google and enter the phrase I want to find sites for with nothing else, and then I select the Search Tools dropdown and select the last week setting.  Just from this I usually end up with a list of at least 5 sites that posted a post recently that is completely relevant to my site. Tip! If you select the last 24 hours you can find sites with no comments yet, making yours the first comment which can lead to traffic to your site as many commenters like to see who is commenting before they comment. How to format your comments I first make sure to read over the article and find something to comment about. Then I just either enter my name (Dwight, Dwight Cocran) or I may enter (Dwight @ Zwinks.org or Dwight [email protected]) into the name field. I then enter my WordPress avatar email address so my comment either has my branding by using my sites logo or my personal picture. Then for the website url I just enter my domain.  Doing a comment this way will almost always be posted by the admin if they are moderating comments.  Also if a site is setup like mine, that once your first comment is approved you are then able to comment without any further moderation. At times when posting a comment it may be appropriate to include a link to a post you have on your site or a guest post somewhere else, but even this may put your comment into the spam folder on the site...

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