SEO. The dread of most website and forum owners. That horrible thing that is always in the back of your mind, picking away at your brain with no clear way of solving the how and why. Google, while it can be your best friend is at the same time your greatest enemy. How can you… Continue reading Because Random Words Just Aren’t Good Enough
Time. Our best friend, yet at the same time our worst enemy. Time allows us to sleep, work, eat and play, while it limits our opportunities to do just that. There are very few people in the world who can make enough money on a forum to live off the income it makes, and then… Continue reading The Time Breakdown
When it comes to hiring staff, the amount of pitfalls and mistakes which can be made greatly outnumber the success stories. Especially in the online world, where you only have words and possibly a Skype conversation to judge someone by, it is easy to be fooled and end up in a less than desirable situation. The… Continue reading A Quick Look at Hiring Staff
In a previous article, I discussed how to get people to trust you. In this article, I will discuss the next step in building an online presence. It now comes down to what you decide to do with the trust you have worked hard to gain. It is at this point in time a manipulator would flip… Continue reading An Online Presence Part 3: Be you.
There are many different elements of reputation, the first being Trust. Trust is something many people struggle with in today’s society, even in the real world. It has become easier to break trust without true repercussions and for this reason it is no longer regarded in the same manner as it once was. Especially in… Continue reading An Online Presence, Part 2: Trust
Creating a presence online is not always an easy task, nor is it one that should be taken lightly. There are thousands of examples of people all over the globe who have attempted to create websites, forums and blogs but have never succeeded. The reasons for this can vary greatly, but one, which many fail… Continue reading An Online Presence, Part 1: Words are your friend