Posts Tagged "Services"


Updated on: 08/8/18Copytrack is a free image monitoring service that allows you to track your images online and file copyright violations on commercial entities that are using them without a license. We've been members of Copytrack's service for well over a year, and now that we've had a few claims paid out, we wanted to walk you through what the experience is like. So is Copytrack worth your time? We share our thoughts below!...

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Updated on: 07/6/18Keysearch is a premium keyword research tool that really has changed our lives since getting a subscription. The reason for this is simple, because Keysearch goes beyond telling you keyword volumes and also tries to tell you the likelihood you would rank for any given keyword. So don't keep throwing keywords at your site and hope they stick, take a targeted approach with this service. Dive down more into this full...

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Updated on: 05/9/18 If you have a blog that is growing in popularity with an engaged audience, odds are good you are starting to think about working with brands (or have even worked with some already). If you are still in the early stages of it all, figuring out the best practices can be a bit of a challenge Bloggers, Brands, and Tourism Boards> is a Teachable course prepared by one of the world's top travel bloggers, Amanda from A...

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Updated on: 04/28/18 If you ask any major blogger what income streams they have on their website, odds are good it'll follow a fairly predictable pattern- display ads, affiliates, and sponsored contents almost universally round out the top three. Display ads and sponsored content are easy to explain; bloggers are paid in exchange for a certain kind of promotion. Affiliate income is, well, not as easy. On the surface affiliate...

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Updated on: 05/22/18 In the many years of running our blog's newsletter, we never had an issue. We'd send out our weekly RSS email via MailChimp, get a nominal amount of clicks, and move on. But as time ticked by and our subscriber count went up, so did our fees. Our local Pittsburgh blog contributed the most of this gain, and we realized we were days away from hitting the 10,000 subscriber limit that bumped our fees to...

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