Good news for people starting a small freelance business: from October 2011, the UK government is offering you up to £2,274.
The New Enterprise Allowance (NEA) provides £1,274 cash (as a weekly allowance) and up to £1,000 as an optional loan to help with start up costs such as—dare I say—getting yourself a smart website to . . . → Read More: Get A Freelance Start-up Business Website For FREE – Use The New Enterprise Allowance Scheme (DWP)
Marketing your blog, in the first instance, means making sure that people can find your posts easily. The major search engines will help with this once they’ve indexed your content, as sharing links manually on such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Diaspora, your newsletter and so on.
But these are not the only things that . . . → Read More: How To Publicise Your Blog: Configure A “Ping List” Of RPC Update Services In WordPress
Why implement Google’s +1 button? Well, if it brought more website visitors from Google search, that would be reason enough. But does it?
To do this it must influence search engine rankings (or SERP) for Google.
Does Google’s +1 (plus-one) Button Affect SERP?
Google have stated that people clicking on the +1 button . . . → Read More: Why Implement Google’s +1 (plus-one) Button?