How many times did you feel your annoyance grow proportionally to the amount of time you had to wait for a website to load? Often enough. And you’re not the only one – a website’s load time can have a huge impact on how users perceive the brand and its products or services. Ensuring a swift upload of your website is one of your main tasks – here are some guidelines on how to do this and never get annoyed by a long load time again. Continue reading

If you want your website to stand out from among your competitors, simply writing articles will not be enough to accomplish what you desire.  Your articles must be SEO friendly.  SEO stands for search engine optimization, which means it is optimized to rank high on search engine return lists.  There are a few points within your article that will make it SEO friendly, and here are the top things you need to know.

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It’s not too often where I post a rant like this (especially on Omega Web), but I think it is time to do so. This post is inspired by my inability to choose a major today at school. It’s not that I don’t like anything or don’t have a plan for my future, but it’s because I hate many things about college, the job market, and the American view on how to live your life. Of course, you can always relate anything to everything, so I thought it would be fun to relate my personal dislikes to blogging… Here goes. Continue reading

One of the biggest misconceptions that new bloggers have about blogging is the balance between marketing and content. Many new bloggers, including myself back in 2010, think that writing tons and tons of content will lead to success. Continue reading

Ever since Google has released Google Plus, they have been favoring bloggers that promote the platform. With the social network, they also released a tool called blog authorship. Basically, your Google Plus profile image will display next to every blog post you publish on your website. Continue reading

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