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This is a guest post by Jesse Langley from TechNected.com.

Along with other social tools, every blog in existence has an email sign-up. Signing up for an email is a sign of faith in the blog from the visitor. They’re putting their faith in you to give them interesting, relevant content.

Like any social contract, though, there are consequences if you break that trust: the dreaded unsubscribe button.

If readers unsubscribe, you can pretty much guarantee they won’t be coming back to your blog. Most people passively cut through their email content. Once they’re annoyed enough with you to actually go through the process of unsubscribing, they’re annoyed enough to stop visiting your site. Email marketing is only as valuable as its content.

The worst thing you can do is tell your readers every single time a post goes up. The truth is, they may love your site, but no one but your mother cares that much about your site. The trick, then, is to find a balance between overwhelming your readers and not communicating with them at all.

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This is a guest post by Jesus Ramirez from MarketingUnfolded.com.

Having trouble with SEO?

Don’t feel too bad.

I used to struggle with it as much as you did if not more.

Of course that was way before I wrote The Ultimate WordPress SEO Guide For Internet Marketers.

A few years back I spent countless of hours scavenging the internet trying to find information on SEO.

I literally found thousands of articles on ranking high in search results.

I learned everything I possibly could on the subject (talk about information overload!).

It was with time that I realized that many of the things I had learned were no longer effective or were never effective.

I spent countless of hours optimizing my keyword meta tags, creating low quality articles for my website, and for article marketing sites.

All with the hope to crack within the first page of Google.

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This is a guest post by Suzzane Edwards from CashForGoldUSA.com.

Everybody seems to have a say on how to become a successful blogger. A quick search over the internet will display a myriad of blog tips that is guaranteed to get you to the top of search engines, or so they say.

While there has been much discussion about new ways on how blogs could improve their traffic and popularity, a few old tips remain and continue to drive some of the most successful blogs to the top.

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This is a guest post by Liz from EtherSpeak, Inc.

Rolling out of bed, stumbling into the kitchen for a cup of coffee and booting up the computer before even brushing your hair – this is the image of a stay at home blogger.

It’s an unfair characterization and unfortunately this image is cast on bloggers and other home based workers.  Yet, is this image really unjustified?

Have you ever asked yourself how you tend to present your business image to family and friends?  Maybe some of these perceptions are not accurate – but it comes down to just that – perception.

Perhaps, if this is the case for you, it’s time to start treating the home work environment a bit more like a typical work place.

Although working from home can lend itself to various comforts, it can sometimes inadvertently stimulate an environment which promotes a less than professional and serious atmosphere, thus making an individual wonder why they just simply aren’t getting everything on their To Do list done (if they have one), or why business hasn’t brought in the traffic or revenue expected.

Learning to exhibit the same behaviors and ways of thinking one would have with an outside job should be the first step to turning your work at home environment into a more productive and structured business model.

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This is a guest post by Jane who loves to share with fellow bloggers what she has learned from her own blog in the diet niche. On WeightLossTriumph she writes reviews of weight loss programs and offers coupons for diet plans like Weight Watchers. You can take a peek of here eDiets review here.Weight Watchers is the most trusted weight loss program.  eDiets is a meal home delivery weight management company.

With the improvement in technology, more people are using the World Wide Web for information, entertainment, research and career opportunities. Now-a-days the internet provides us many things, with the help of which we can generate a handsome income.

Blogging is one of these many ways to earn money online. The simplest way to start your blogging career is to make a blog out of a blog. However, the hardships come after this step. You should be patient otherwise you shall ruin up everything that you are working for.

You should keep the following things (we learned while developing our discount coupon blog that features weight watchers and ediets discount coupons) in mind if you want to have a successful blogging career:

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This is a guest post by Blake Sanders from Maxymiser.com.

The human brain is a phenomenal thing. It solves problems in ways incomprehensible to most people, and it responds to some information better than others.

Understanding this nature is helpful when website, business, and blog owners look to convert more of their visitors into “customers”. One tool that helps us understand this is multivariate testing.

Unlike A/B or “split” testing, multivariate testing (“MVT”) tests many aspects of a system at a time to learn of the relative impact of that change. The impact of these tests oftentimes leads to higher conversions in the form of newsletter signups, sales, feed subscriptions, and other pivotal elements that increase conversions.

In this article we’ll touch briefly on the impact of multivariate testing.

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Infolinks is one of the most established and oldest in-text monetization companies. Infolinks used to be the only in-text monetization company that really mattered.

Companies with fresh ideas have painted a target on Infolinks’ back, seeking to take down the giant much like how Android and iOS tablets have cracked Microsoft.

However, instead of introducing a new technological platform like Google and Apple did with tablets and smartphones, Infolinks competitors aren’t even using substantially newer technology.

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