Internet is constantly changing.
Last couple of years were especially turbulent as we noticed a serious shift towards mobile devices. At the same time, technology used by search engines such as Google has drastically improved so in future, we may expect whole process to be automated.
Although some SEOs may say that this is the end for optimization, there will always be opportunities to improve rankings and thus traffic of a site. Still, there is a debate in terms of what this future will look like.
No doubt Gmail is still one of the number one free email clients available worldwide having 1 billion users.
It is fast, beautiful and easy to use – that’s why 90.7 million users access Gmail every month.
Growing popularity of Gmail put it on the radar of hackers.
And, hackers these days have been smart enough in the phishing scam they even fooling experienced technical users.
According to a report, hackers hacked over 10 million Gmail accounts and put it for the sale on the Dark Web.
Let’s face it – even the PRO bloggers struggle sometimes — when coming up with a blog name.
Most of all, it’s your online brand identity.
…and you wouldn’t dare to mess it with some crazy and generic names.
You probably have TWO questions:
1. What makes a blog name unique?
2. How to come up with a blog name that stand you out from the crowd
And I’ll answer both questions.
Congrats! Finally you are starting a blog of your own after looking others success with the blog.
I guess you might already have searched almost everything related to blogging from writing a blog post to how to start blog and make money online fast.
Internet is full of blogging tips and tricks and focusing on multiple tasks will get you nowhere.
That’s one of the major reasons why most bloggers fail online.
Many start a blog for money but left blogging in their first three months because they don’t see any results.
Instead of finding the reason they blame on blogging and say:
“Blogging is dead, it is not for them.”
But here is the truth.
Creating quality content is quite challenging, and it becomes even tougher when you don’t have writing skills like pro and technical expertise that require producing engaging content.
Video blogs are a perfect way to deal with it; it doesn’t only market your content but also connects with your customers and ultimately increases your conversions.
You probably are thinking if that’s the case, what could be better than starting with YouTube?
After all, YouTube is the second most popular social media site after Facebook having one billion monthly active users.