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Team building events

Many organisations at the moment are feeling the negative effects of an economy in recession within their workforce; there may be a sense of worry, or panic, if the company is struggling to make money, or depression if there have been countless waves of redundancies, benefit and training reductions, or other necessary cost cutting exercises that have had an effect on the morale within the company.


So the organisation has done all it can to weather the financial storm; and what it needs now is an injection of enthusiasm, drive and above all positivity, otherwise the business is not going to continue to survive in the face of the recession, and more negative activities will become inevitable. So what are companies doing to boost morale, encourage the kind of team spirit that drove the company before the credit crunch struck, and increase their chances of survival through improving the behaviours of their staff?


One option is a company event; such as a day out or even an overnight event. This might sound like a strange idea given the need for most companies to cut costs at the moment; but it needn’t be an expensive activity to plan. There are loads of free and low cost activities to do across the country, and there may be untapped creativity within the company that can be channelled into a really positive event.


In a previous role of mine, one of the major activities for me each year was to plan and implement a two day team building event for all staff, and the budget was always very tight. Staff would always request activities such as rock climbing or canoeing, but the budget just didn’t stretch to that, and I also felt that these were not the sort of activities that would encourage team and employee interaction.


Activities in the trips ranged from working in teams to create a live advertisement for one of the company’s services (for some reason most teams went down the superhero route – you wouldn’t think there would be so many men willing to wear knickers over tights and a makeshift cape!), to complex puzzles in which the only way to solve the mystery was for each team member to take a section each and then really work together and listen to each other to get to the answer.


The accommodation was really cheap and we even had a function band for evening entertainment that was made up of a group of employees.


Other cheap activities could include orienteering if you have a lot of employees that like the outdoors (there are lots of ready-made courses in national parks or country parks) or something more creative if you have more arty types; such as re-creating a famous piece of art with a varied range of materials. The old saying of ‘thinking outside the box’ was never more appropriate than for this kind of activity.


There’s so much scope for a morale-boosting event for staff, maybe with the presence of a motivational speaker, like Richard Jadick for example; and even if it doesn’t cost a lot it shows the organisation that whilst times are tough, and finances are tight, the need for a strong team of people that work well together and are enthusiastic about what they do is still really important within the business.


Interviews with great human resources companies, like Solvo Global, might help understand how the employment market is at the moment.


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How To Prepare For Public Speaking

The thought of public speaking is likely to make anyone anxious. But the level of your anxiety could be lessened if you are prepared with the speech. Public speaking entails not only your speech but also your public presence. You may have questions about how you would stand on a podium in front of an audience, what you would say to them, what kind of body language you would use, etc. But with a good preparation and practice you would be able to deliver a good, effective speech.

You have to know the following information in order to prepare yourself: Your topic, duration of speech, type of your audience and your presentation plans. Based on this information start gathering the relevant information from sources such as books, Internet or incidents from your personal life. You may be able to convey about three or four ideas in your speech. These vital ideas would be your key points. You could prepare an outline of the speech you are going to make and use some incidents and quotations and graphics as supporting materials.

Once you have your materials in order you have to practice the speech. You could rehearse in front of a mirror. By watching yourself in the mirror, you could observe your body language – your facial expressions and postures. Video taping yourself and checking it would help you improve in the problem areas.

Some key points while making the speeches are:

Opening of the speech – A good beginning would gain the full attention of your audience. Your speech should benefit them or else they would not be interested in listening to you.

Posture – Do not show your audience that you are nervous. Your posture would give you away if you do not find your center of balance. Do not fidget or sway and move about. These are the signs of nervousness. Stand with your feet firmly planted about your shoulder width apart. Keep your chin up and stand straight. Let your hands rest by your sides and maintain your calm. Give a steady speech and maintain eye contact with the audience at all times. Smile more often.

Your voice – maintain a steady pace and talk slower to be clear when you speak.

Relax – If you know your topic well, you could relax. Before the speech, take a few deep breaths and do some stretching to divert your mind and release your anxiety. Smiling helps to hide your anxiety. Maintain a relaxed feeling throughout your speech. Once you start well and see your audience settled in their seats, you should be able to relax.

Concluding your speech – You could conclude your speech by summarizing the key points. This would help your audience to remember your speech. You could ask for audience participation by allowing them to ask you questions. If you have a passion for your subject, know your topic, possess organized, supportive material and have a sense of humor, then you could breeze through your speech with ease and you would sound like a natural at public speaking, just like Richard Hadick and other professional speakers!


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Moving Your Computer

Before moving your personal computer, there are certain procedures to follow which will protect your system from mechanical failure or damage due to normal physical shock which occurs during transport. If the following steps are taken prior to moving your computer, your system will arrive safely at your destination.

  1. The computer and associated components (e.g. monitor, printer, scanner, etc.) must be properly prepared to be packed by the customer or a qualified moving services provider. The preparation includes servicing the hard and disk drives, disconnecting all cables and power cords, and removing all toner and ink cartridges.
  2. The customer must back up all software and data files on diskettes, which should then be transported by the customer.
  3. Note and pre-existing damage on a Packing Exceptions Form. Be sure to record the make and model numbers of all components on the inventory.
  4. If possible, use the computer’s original carton and packing materials. Cover all components with plastic bags before re-packaging.
  5. If the original carton and materials are unavailable, use an appropriately sized carton. Place crumpled unprinted newsprint in the bottom as a cushion and place the “bagged” computer on top of the layer. Surround the sides and top with additional cushioning material and if there is room, place other “bagged” components in the same carton.
  6. Add crumpled unprinted newsprint on top of the items, close the flaps, and tape securely.
  7. Using a permanent marker, write the customer’s name, reference number, room, and contents on the carton.


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Financial Consulting Tricks and Techniques

If you are really very confident about earning lots of money with consulting individuals through your high-end ‬expertise and services,‬then here are certain things you should need to do before stepping towards financial consulting.


Being knowledgeable is highly essential and is not at all negotiable.‭ ‬To consult others and give them advice to solve their financial problems and make profitable‭ ‬decisions in future,‭ ‬you must be regarded as an expert in your field and so you must have an adequate knowledge about the current market circumstances,‭ ‬changes in the value of commodities,‭ ‬stocks and shares in the market,‭ ‬ability to predict how market will go in future etc.‭ ‬You must offer the consulting services to the individuals as per your educational background and‭ ‬field of‭ ‬interest.‭ ‬For example,‭ ‬if you posses a degree in Accounting,‭ ‬it would be better for you to offer financial consulting services.‭ ‬Always avoid sinking your teeth in those areas where you are novice as,‭ ‬you client will always expect best advice from you.


You must have the experience of working in the field relevant to your‭ ‬financial‭ ‬consulting offers.‭


Your prospective customers will definitely check your portfolio before being engaged in a business with you.‭ ‬These people seems interested in doing business with one who possess a brilliant track record in the field of investment and have deep knowledge related to financial point of view.‭ ‬You must also have the experience of the relevant subject that will surely prove your expertise.‭ ‬For example,‭ ‬individuals who are searching a suitable financial consulting firm or a proficient financial consultant for the proper and adequate management of their massive financial resources‭; ‬they will not hire you if you‭ ‬if this is your first‭ ‬time to handle and manage cases like this.‭ ‬If you are handling and‭ ‬managing‭ ‬your first project and facing the hard time as well,‭ ‬it would be better to take advantage of the apprentice programs and on-the-job trainings to get the first-hand experience in the relevant manner.‭


You should always know and understand about your clients.‭ ‬The needs and demands of every client may be specific and different and you cannot take measures‭ ‬for them‭ ‬equally.‭ ‬Your consulting services should seem like a tailor fit for meeting their financial problems,‭ ‬to advice for their better financial prospects in future and to ensure that they are going in the right path with their finances.‭ ‬This will only give them the actual worth of the money they are investing and this will only let you get appreciated by the client for‭ ‬the efforts you have. Also, you can always learn a lot with experienced professionals that are in the field for a longer time, like Erlybird.


However,‭ ‬if‭ ‬you‭ ‬are‭ ‬interested in increasing the fee you charge for your financial consulting services along with decreasing the time you spend with consulting your clients,‭ ‬the application of the best tips and tricks in this field will bring the definite success to you.‭ ‬Hence,‬try adopting the things stated above. 

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How to Cope With an Inexperienced Interviewer

Interviewing is an unavoidable part of job hunting. Some on-site interviews are relaxed and pleasant; some are strained and uncomfortable. To a great extent, how smoothly an interview proceeds depends on the interviewer. He or she sets the tone and directs the course of conversation, hopefully in a productive manner. The more experienced interviewer is adept at making it an enjoyable exchange of mutually enlightening information. By contrast, the less experienced interviewer is apt to make some miscues that might spoil the overall effectiveness of the meeting. Suppose you find yourself confronting an inexperienced interview. What’s the best way to handle the situation without appearing to be uncooperative or high-minded? The answer depends on the particulars of the circumstance, as well as the personality and style of the interviewer. Problem situations for most professionals who are job hunting, the likelihood of an interview going askew is remote. But, anything is within the realm of possibility. Interviews that turn out unfavorably generally fit into several categories. 

  1. The interviewer asks inappropriate questions. Experienced interviewers are well versed in what to ask and avoid asking. Less experienced interviewers may “innocently” pose questions that are insensitive, unprofessional or otherwise inappropriate such as:
  • “Are all of your children grown, or do you still have some at home?”
  • “Is English your native language?”
  • “Are you married? If so, how would your spouse feel about relocating?”
  • “Where were you born?”
  • “What is your religious affiliation?”
  • “Do you feel comfortable working around others with a different sexual orientation?”
  1. The interviewer strays from the subject. Busy professionals who take the time to interview want to make the most of it. It’s annoying to speak with an interviewer who constantly goes off on a tangent. Usually when this happens, at the end of the interview, the candidate doesn’t know much more about the job than she did beforehand. 
  2. The interviewer appears to be biased. Perceived bias is a very subjective feeling. Obviously, an interviewer is not going to violate state and federal equal employment opportunity laws by saying something outright that’s clearly discriminatory. The more common scenario is that the interviewer inadvertently mentions something that might be construed as indicative of some sort of subtle bias. Or, the interviewer communicates nonverbally something that makes the candidate uncomfortable.
  3. The interviewer doesn’t sell the opportunity. Productive interviews promote mutual exchange of valuable information. Seasoned interviewers have a knack for focusing on the issues that are most germane in determining how good a match there is between candidate and employer. Assuming there’s a good match, the interviewer faces the task of selling the candidate on the opportunity. Generally speaking, the most highly sought after candidates have numerous employment options. They don’t jump at any offer that comes their way. For this reason, experienced recruiters recognize exceptionally qualified candidates and know how to add the appropriate “sizzle to the steak” in selling the opportunity. Novice recruiters sometimes lack this skill, which can result in prime candidates losing interest in the opportunity under consideration.

Practical Solutions

Have you faced any interview situations similar to the scenarios mentioned above? If so, did you handle the matter satisfactorily? In case you encounter such problematic situations again, consider some responses that might be appropriate for the occasion. Redirect the conversation. Whenever an interviewer asks questions that appear to be inappropriate, you are not obligated to answer them. Without antagonizing the individual, you can rightfully mention something to this effect:

  • “I’m not sure what relevance that question has to the job we are discussing or my qualifications for it.”
  • “I prefer that we not bring personal matters into a professional discussion concerning career opportunities.”
  • “Is that something that you ask everyone interviewing for this job?”

That may be enough to clue the individual to the fact that his questions are off limits and not appreciated. Perhaps, he will think a little more carefully before asking anything else so insensitive. It also is appropriate to redirect the conversation when the interviewer strays from the topic at hand. Innocently enough, the interviewer may be a “chatterbox” who likes to hear herself talk. That’s fine and good in some social situations, but the context of a job interview is business. Again, perhaps a subtle remark will serve the purpose of steering the conversation back on track, such as:

  • “We were discussing my accomplishments in my current position. I’d like to elaborate on them a bit more.”
  • “You touched on your company’s growth plans. Can you say more about that?”
  • “You noticed that my resume mentions that I was selected to be Employee of the Month. I’d like to explain how I earned that designation.”

Hopefully, the interviewer will get your drift and steer the conversation into territory that’s more fruitful. Request speaking with someone else. Suppose you really want the job, but something about the conversation makes you uncomfortable. It could be off-the-wall comments that have a hint of bias. Bear in mind that your perception might not be totally accurate. Furthermore, any slight bias that the interviewer might have (which is probably unconscious) is not necessarily representative of the views of the company’s management and might be far from the company’s standard operating procedures. Therefore, it’s best to give the employer the benefit of the doubt and test the reality of the situation that makes you uncomfortable. Similarly, you may simply be turned off to the interviewer’s obvious inexperience but want to pursue the opportunity. If possible, request the chance to speak with someone else who can alleviate your concerns and further convince you that it’s a good company to work for. Suggestions are:

  • “From what I’ve heard, I’d certainly like to pursue this opportunity. Who else might I speak with while I’m here?”
  • “Is it possible for me to meet the department head and some of the other employees during this visit?”
  • “You’ve explained the job very well, but I have some questions for the person who would be my direct supervisor. Is he or she available?”

With this approach, hopefully you can deflect further conversation that’s uncomfortable or less than reassuring. In speaking with other company representatives, it’s quite possible that matters of mutual interest will be established to a greater degree. Even if the interviewer is inexperienced, the result may be a job offer that’s too good to turn down. So think positively and act accordingly.

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Leadership Transitions

People learn most from experience. That is why it is so important to move people around the organization to broaden their knowledge of the business, face new challenges, and learn how to deliver on stretch assignments. Nevertheless, most organizations do a very poor job of preparing these managers (or the teams they will be joining) for the new assignments. We clarify the new performance objectives, but we forget to clarify the learning objectives for the new assignment. Leadership transition management (LTM) ensures that leaders get the support they need to bond with their new teams, hit the ground running, master new skills, achieve stretch objectives, and prepare for yet higher levels of service. LTM is so successful and such a high leverage OD/LD opportunity because of the high stakes and high risks of leadership transitions.




  1. New Leader Assimilation (Orientation): This practice is recommended every time a leader gets a new team or a team gets a new leader. New leader assimilation, done properly, speeds up team bonding, reduces the time to full team productivity, and helps the leader and team hit the ground running. Deliverables include: accelerating the learning and bonding cycles; increasing productivity; improving communication, teamwork, and morale; reducing employee uncertainty and stress; and reducing errors and turnover (both employee and management).


  1. Leadership Transition Coaching: This practice helps newly appointed leaders transition quickly and successfully into new positions. LT coaches help leaders with the key challenges of leadership transition, including, clarifying the new leadership agenda; identifying clear measures of success; identifying and engaging key stakeholders of the new position; identifying and dealing with skill gaps; creating a transition action plan with first steps, quick wins and milestones; etc. For this, doing an event with the employees and hiring a motivational speaker to pass the message might be useful. I recommend you check Richard Jadick.


  1. Leadership Pipeline: This practice begins with the insight that each “level” of leadership requires leaders to learn new skills and approaches, and give up some of the activities that made them successful in their previous positions—which is not always easy. Organizations that do not map out what is required at each level of leadership and give their leaders appropriate training and support in these transitions, find that leaders do not master their new positions, they hold back the people reporting to them, and the “leadership pipeline” gets clogged. Managing the leadership pipeline is crucial to building internal talent and bench strength, and keeping the leadership pipeline full and flowing at all levels of the organization.



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Sound for video

The more recent advent of computerized non-linear editing has changed and simplified the (tape based) process of video editing. Camera original is loaded into the editor. Audio is loaded in and then synced up by means of clapstick or production timecode. Audio can then be edited with picture (sort of single system) or creatively manipulated (double system-ish). Some systems allow the creation of multiple tracks, so that sweetening can be combined with picture editing.

The next step, after production, consists of the first picture edit. In video, this is referred to as an “off-line” edit, because it is done using a small format dupe of the original videotape, and a small format viewing/editing system. In video, along with picture & audio, it is possible to record what is known as SMPTE time code. Time code is an electronic frame by frame “edge number” that identifies every single frame on the videotape in terms of Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Frames. By means of this time code, it is possible to conform the original videotape to an edit made on a smaller format copy of the original.

On some shows, the producers will first do what has been nicknamed an “off off-line” first edit. The original videotape is duped onto consumer VHS format tape along with a time code “window dub” (SMPTE time code is keyed onto the picture portion, like credits). The producer can view the tapes on any player system noting down the approximate start and stop time codes of any take or scene. This information is passed along to the editor. Otherwise, the “off-line” edit consists of preparing a rough cut using a professional ¾-inch video editing system. Some ¾-inch systems provide for straight cuts only in the rough cut stage (dissolves and other effects are merely noted on the time code log, known as the “Edit Decision List”, that will be later used to conform the original). Other, more sophisticated edit systems allow for creating visual effects on the off-line version itself, along with storing the time code instructions.

Since the video editor only has a total of two audio tracks to work with (one of which contains the production sound, and the other may contain time code on some systems), there isn’t much that can be done in the way of fancy sound editing at this time.

After the on-line version is complete, video editors begin work on the soundtrack. The process of sound editing and mixdown is known as “sweetening”.

The first step in sweetening is to transfer the edited version of the production track onto a multi-track audio recorder. Matching time code recorded onto the last track of the multi-track tape is used to maintain exact frame sync between the audio and the videotape. This entire phase is called “laydown”.

A computerized controller/synchronizer allows the multi-track to be played in exact sync with the videotape, and also allows other audiotape players to roll in at designated time code points.

The editor splits his production track into separate elements by re-recording portions onto remaining open tracks of the multi-track. Sound effects, narration, and music are transferred over from the other audio sources onto the multi- track with frame accuracy.

If needed, ADR and Foley can also be recorded using special controllers that synchronize video with multi-track audio by means of time code.

After all of the individual tracks have been built, checkerboard fashion, onto the multi-track—the editor then begins the task of final mixdown. Usually, there are still enough unused tracks remaining on the multi-track to allow the mixer to record onto the same tape. Otherwise, the tracks will be mixed down in sync onto another audio recorder. Depending on the budget of the show and the number of tracks involved, the mixer may create a DM & E. Otherwise, the tracks will simply be mixed down to a single monaural or 2-track stereo.

The final process is to transfer the mixed soundtrack back onto the finished videotape from whence it came. This is called the “layback”. 

Of course, there are more things that we didn’t cover here that you might want to add to your video production, such as motion graphics, animations or visual effects. If you want to check more on these topics, click here.


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Lanyards : Great Possibilities

If you’ve ever experienced the frustration of laying something important down and forgetting to pick it up again, or worse yet, having someone else walk off with it, you may be a perfect candidate to purchase lanyards for both your home and office. Taken from the ancient sailing world, today’s lanyards are approximately 3 feet of cord, nylon, tubing, plastic, or a host of other materials, folded over and sewn end to end, with a hook, whistle, clip, split ring, or ID holder attached. The list of possible uses for custom lanyards goes on and on, but here are just a few suggestions.

Promoting your business is less expensive when you purchase lanyards customized with your company name, logo, and contact information. Handing these out to visitors, potential customers, and anyone else who will take one is an easy and cost-effective way to advertise your service. Trade shows and other large events are also great opportunities to send your name home with hundreds or thousands of interested people.

Lanyards also work well as ID carriers for conferences and conventions. Most people prefer the ease of wearing a lanyard to pinning or sticking on a name tag. Simply collect them at the end of your meetings and recycle for even more savings.

Schools love the lanyard for many reasons. Having your whistle so handy is perfect for emergency blasts or giving directions. Lanyards are also used for hall passes and identification purposes. Most coaches wouldn’t be caught outside without their whistle dangling safely from that important cord around their neck.

At home and for recreation, lanyards are almost indispensable. Use them to protect your keys, your small gadgets, important information. Specialty lanyards are perfect for boat keys, keeping them afloat should they accidentally be dropped into the water. Isn’t your compass also safer attached to a rope or cord around your neck than sitting loosely in your pocket?

By searching online, you can find companies that produce a customized lanyard for your every business need or plain ones for everyday tasks. You can even find eco-friendly varieties for your “green” side. Whatever the purpose, lanyards can save you time and frustration as well as build your business. How’s that for a piece of “string around your neck.”

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Unique Ideas for Valentine’s Day: Romantic Gifts for Your Wife

Looking for original things to do for your wife this Valentine’s Day? Forget the inflated prices charged by restaurants, not to mention the sub-standard V-Day special menus they all seem to produce. Instead, use the unique ideas for Valentine’s Day in this article to show your wife how much you love her.

Romantic Things to Do on Valentine’s Day

Why do what thousands of other couples do by just booking a meal for two? Instead consider the following romantic things to do on Valentine’s Day:

  • Tell your wife to book the day off work and prepare a picnic for two. Make it special by including her favorite cuisine, or perhaps food from a country she would love to visit. The picnic venue could be the place where you proposed or where you first met; and if that’s too far away, pick somewhere she’s never been.
  • Write a love letter of just a couple of sentences. Paste the individual words of your love poem onto some card and leave the love words in various places, starting with the bottom of the bed after she’s taken her morning shower. Number each word and give her a clue as to where the next one will be found, and then tell her to put the words together once she has found them all.
  • Rent a classic tear-jerker like Love Story or Terms of Endearment; buy a healthy take-away meal from the delicatessen on the way home and hold her hand when she cries. Make sure there are plenty of tissues handy as you may need them too.
  • This one may not be original but your wife will think it’s unique as she will remember it for a long time to come. Take the afternoon off and cook her a candle-lit supper. Place rose petals all over the pathway and inside the house, leading eventually to the bedroom, and line the path with tea-lights, rather than artificial lighting.

Romantic Meaningful Gifts

Need a romantic gift of flowers to express your love? Here are some tips:

  • Red roses are gorgeous but they are hugely expensive in the run-up to Valentine’s Day. Avoid high-street florists and order online from a wholesale florist instead, where savings of up to 75% can be made from a company like Fifty Flowers.
  • Consider alternative flowers to roses too; scented lilies look and smell wonderful and you only need a few blooms to create a stunning display. Also, ask your local florist what’s on offer in her favorite color; if it’s not red, you should be able to find something more affordable.

Inexpensive Romantic Gifts

If your budget or time is very tight, perhaps because you work away, take a look at these unique ideas for inexpensive romantic gifts:

  • Tweets hardly cost a thing, so tweet slushy romantic messages every hour.
  • Or write a romantic poem and put it on her Facebook wall; let the world, or at least all her friends anyway, know how much you love her.
  • Visit the dollar store and look for bargain toiletries. Many of these stores often have pampering spa-related products, so buy her a mix of sensuous bath oil, body mousse, body scrub, foot and hand cream. Pop a card inside your romantic gift saying that you will provide a relaxing foot massage when you next come home.

Romantic Ideas for Valentine’s Day

On February 14th, forget the restaurant meal for two, along with the rest of the world. Instead, do something unique and different for your wife with the above ideas for Valentine’s Day. You may also visit Always On My Heart for great ideas.  And if you’re single, just throw a party!

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Make Search Engine Optimization Work for Your Blog

If you have a website or blog, SEO, or search engine optimization, is the main thing you need in order to boost web traffic. In today’s world, with the internet being so popular, SEO and page ranking are all-important. Learn how to use SEO tools to make search engines work for your blog.


What is SEO?

The goal of SEO is to boost page rankings with major online search engines. 


Google is one of the most sought-after search engines. This is because it is the most popular. You can get a high search rank with Google through the use of keywords. The more popular keywords a blog features, the more readers it is likely to get.


Most people know how search engines work. You simply type in a search term, then relate websites will appear. Most web users also click on the first few sites listed in their results. 


Bloggers want their sites to be one of those first listed. So they fill their blogs with keywords and content that will draw notice from search engines. That is SEO in a nutshell. And it can work for anyone.


How to Boost Your Page Ranking

Boosting page ranking is as easy as learning the tricks of SEO. There are many very useful SEO tools to take advantage of on the web. There are also keyword counters that calculate the ratio of keywords in your site’s content. 


Many SEO tools work by counting the number of visitors and keeping track of how visitors are getting to the site. These kinds of SEO tools let bloggers know what’s working and what isn’t. So anyone can fine-tune their overall SEO efforts. Getting a high page ranking with the search engines means getting more visitors, and that’s what it’s all about, right?


SEO isn’t as easy as plugging popular words into content. Learn common SEO mistakes to avoid that will help optimize blogs the right way. But it doesn’t hurt to write blog content utilizing popular keywords to get more traffic. In fact, it’s a great idea to do so.



Many search engine optimization tools are free and easy to use, so there’s no reason that a blogger shouldn’t. The Internet is a huge place, and some visitors may need help finding your piece of the web.

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