Useful Directory Listing for YOUR Business Backlinks

Just a quick snippet today.  if you have a business of any description, you need to build up your online presence.  Entries in online directories are an excellent way to generate backlinks that point to your site and give Google and other search engines a “vote” that says you are worth looking at. Here is one such directory: UK Small Business Directory Or local businesses can add links to the business directory at Stanwix in Carlisle, where the stanwix.info website does the job of providing local community information. Stanwix.Info Business Directory The more links you have pointing your way, the more authority you have in the eyes of the search engines and the nearer you rise to the 1st pages of Google listings. If you would like advice on a strategy...

The Challenge 2010 – #tc10

Well yesterday brought the start of module 4 of the Challenge 2010.  So far I have been very impressed with the thinking behind the structure of the materials presented by Ed Dale, GuruBob and the rest of the team. The completely free tutorial series is teaching newcomers and golden oldies alike, how to research FIRST; gradually refining your focus through niche and micro-niche, to find a theme key word and related category keywords that will provide a platform for a blog that helps you to enter a market.   Market Samurai is the tool that helps you to suss out the likely ease of breaking into a market. Over the past year I have made use of this increasingly powerful software to find niches where I can try to offer some value to other people.  I am not going to...

Crunchy Frog Video Finally Edited – Thankyou Virtual Dub and Camtasia Studio 7

Anybody would think I’d set out to make a proper movie!  Back in June when the sun still shone – when there was a hint of strength in the arms; Tim, Dorine and myself warmed up on Brown Slabs Corner before Tim had a poke at Crunchy Frog.  It was one of those  evenings with warm sun, perfect warm rock and azure skies.  Where did they go?  While Tim led, Dorine belayed and I just leaned back against the tree and caught almost the whole climb on my little cheapo video camera as Tim cruised up. Like a smart arse though, I decided to hold the camera portrait style to get the (foreshortened) perspective of the whole route,  and when I first tried to edit the movie on Windows Movie Maker, discovered that WMM squished the aspect so the the movie would have...