How to Build Your Website’s Reach with Trust

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There are several factors you need to take into account if you want your website to be successful. Which is most important depends on who you happen to ask but one factor we know to be highly important is trust.
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Google wants to provide its users with relevant answers. Afterall, it’s its main service. If Google doesn’t do it, people will look elsewhere to services such as Bing to get what they need.

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What You’ll Need to Set-Up Your Own Podcast

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Last year podcasting in America increased by eleven percent. 112 million Americans tuned in. Other statistics:

  • 42 million Americans listen to a podcast every week and the average number of podcasts listened to is five.
  • The 25 – 54 year old age group is the largest group of podcast listeners.
  •  While the overall growth in podcast listening is steady, listening growth in-car and on devices such as Alexa and Google Home is increasing.
  •  85 percent of listeners hear all or most of the podcasts.

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4 Affiliate Marketing Myths and how to Deal with Them.

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There are numerous things about affiliate marketing that people just don’t understand. Most of these myths exist because people haven’t done the homework. As a business owner, it’s important that you debunk these myths so that you can make informed business decisions. If you’re interested in affiliate marketing you should be prepared with the right attitude.

If you’re just getting a start-up business going, affiliate marketing can be an attractive option. You can achieve a lot while taking a pass on the usual hustle associated with marketing.

But, there are myths about affiliate marketing that you need to understand as someone interested in supplementing your income via affiliate marketing.

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The Boomer Biz Guide to Working from Home

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Many Boomers are anxious to learn about computers and the Internet with the goal of making money to supplement their retirement incomes or just to keep busy and be self-sufficient. They’re part of the movement which can keep seniors working and independent for the rest of their lives.

If you have a computer and Internet access, you’re already well on your way to building a home-based business. Home businesses let Boomers set their own hours, determine how much effort they want to put in, and how much money they’ll make.

"Never Stop Learning"Many Boomers already have skills they’ve learned from jobs. Now, thanks to the Internet, Boomers can put those skills to work from the comfort of home in areas such as marketing, administration, finance, and research.

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