Category Archives for Blog Articles

Killer Strategies of Sealing Deals Sales Executives Should Follow

Sealing the deal marks the success of the sales skills of an executive. However, it is only easier said than done. The sales executives make great effort to ensure smooth sealing of their deals and still face several issues. Sometimes, they are unable to satisfy the clients with their explanations, and at other times, the clients do not give them enough time to explain. Continue reading

How Front End Planning Helps Construction Industry to Avoid Delays

At the time of starting a construction project, the owners, investors, as well as contractors, face all kinds of fears as well as hopes regarding its success. They become fearful of the potential risks which can halt the progress and cause delay, undermining the market value of the project. They become hopeful that the new technology and the expertise of the workforce will ensure success. Continue reading

Batching: An Introduction

You may have heard me mention batching before.  Even if you haven’t heard of it, you know about it (almost instinctively).  Allow me to formally introduce it to you as a key concept.

Batching: The act of grouping together the performance of identical or similar tasks in order to, as a whole, complete the tasks quicker and more efficiently than if each task was performed separately at different times. Continue reading

How to Get More Readers!

Whether you’re new to writing or you’ve been doing it for years, your goal is always to have someone read your content. Imagine working hard, but it doesn’t get its well-deserved visibility. We can help cure that problem! There are a lot of free solutions that can instantly get you more readers to enjoy your content. Here are some tips to get you more readers and traffic to your website. Continue reading

Content Creation for Affiliate Sites

Content is the main element of affiliate sites. Once you start your site, you will need to continue writing blog posts and build links.

In today’s saturated internet, you need to be prepared to write thorough reviews, which means several thousand words per article.

If you want to know what it takes, I recommend that you take a look at this blog case study on Adsense. Continue reading

Apprehension or Inspiration: How Do You Approach New Article Content?

All writers experience a little bit of both, (apprehension and inspiration) from time to time. Writers wouldn’t be human if they were not apprehensive every now and then; it’s indeed natural to experience uncertainty about your writing throughout your writing adventures, projects and achievements.

Did you know that apprehension brings forth growth to writers just as inspiration does? Learning various ways to getting over the apprehension and going forward with your writing is the key to your success. Continue reading

3 Writing Tips To Keep Blog Visitors Coming Back And Reading Your Stuff

Blogs are everywhere around the web. If you work from home you most likely own one. However, the sites that are overly saturated with the same keywords and doesn’t bring anything fresh and worth reading to the virtual table just sort of hangs and gets buried underneath those that deserve good indexing and ranking.

If you’ve been writing for awhile, then you probably know what I’m talking about. People want to read something that has substance and also features problem solvers; specifically answers to their problems and concerns. So it’s vital to write specifically for YOUR market – your visitors and buyers. Continue reading

Huge New Oct 2019 Google Update: BERT

Google just announced its latest algorithm update called BERT. According to the release, Google says that this will affect 10% of queries, which means this is one of the biggest Google updates of the last 5 years!

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the 15 years working on Google Search, it’s that people’s curiosity is endless. We see billions of searches every day, and 15 percent of those queries are ones we haven’t seen before–so we’ve built ways to return results for queries we can’t anticipate.

“Last year, we introduced and open-sourced a neural network-based technique for natural language processing (NLP) pre-training called Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers, or as we call it–BERT, for short. This technology enables anyone to train their own state-of-the-art question answering system.” Continue reading

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