All posts tagged "blogging"
Google Launches Consumer Surveys, Offers New Revenue Stream for Publishers
Google has just launched an innovative new service that aims to monetize web content by providing crowdsourced consumer surveys for businesses. Google Consumer Surveys will connect brands wishing to collect consumer information to publishers wanting to monetize...
- Posted March 30, 2012
Hot August, Cool Deal: Professional Website Development Only $300
Continuing my series of web development special offers here on DotSauce, I am extending great discounted rates on professional WordPress web development and optimization through the month of August. For almost any type of website you’re looking...
- Posted August 5, 2011
Turnkey Professional Web Development Special and Free Giveaway
WordPress has come a long way in recent years. The launch of WordPress 3.0 in 2011 brought about custom menus, easy featured images and has kicked off a revolution in diverse applications through custom taxonomies (going beyond...
- Posted June 16, 2011
12 Tips and New Standards for Optimizing Your Website
The latest web development standards, SEO ranking factors and social integrations can be a bit much to keep up with. In 2011, innovative applications for website optimization, user interaction and social media are springing up left and right. I’ve...
- Posted June 8, 2011
Mashable Doubles Revenue In 2011 Switching to Direct Advertising
Pete Cashmore, Founder of Mashable was recently interviewed by Bloomberg (Video embedded below). Cashmore reported that Mashable now receives 50 million page-views per month, and has gained an incredible increase of 10 million in the span of...
- Posted May 27, 2011
How To Survive The Exact Match Apocalypse
This is a guest post by James Agate, founder and SEO Director at UK based SEO consultancy Skyrocket SEO. So the supposed end of the world has come and passed and I don’t know about you, but...
- Posted May 23, 2011
No Excuse for Not Having an Email List, MailChimp Goes Free for Up To 2000 Subscribers
An email list is one of the most effective ways to sell domain names over time. The biggest domain brokers in the world like Rick Latona, Sedo and BuyDomains all have something in common, they have the...
- Posted February 2, 2011
Affiliate Marketing In 2030
I’ve been inspired recently by some conceptual videos, articles and thoughts I’ve been having about products and services in the future. Some of you know I am a bit of a futurism geek, occasionally sharing technology and...
- Posted January 31, 2011
Chrome Web App Store’s Useful New Tools for Web Developers, Bloggers and Marketers
I made the switch from Firefox to Chrome for full time web browsing and research about a year ago and have not looked back. The speed and performance of Chrome, even while loaded up with extensions and...
- Posted January 19, 2011
6 New and Interesting Domaining Blogs You May Not Know About
In the past DotSauce has kept you updated on new domain industry websites and today I am happy to share even more newcomers. Most of these came out of 2010 and are sure to make great additions...
- Posted January 18, 2011