5 Easy Ways To Watch Industry Competitors

Better Than Ever Tools To Keep Up To Speed


When I was first told that I needed to be watching what industry competitors where doing for content I groaned about it. I had no desire to read a bunch of blogs or watch video’s for my whole day. Especially since I was doing that already to research topics that I was writing about. Here are 5 ways to take some free tools and methods and put them to work for you.

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Where To Find Free Images For Commercial Use On My Website


With all the competition out there in pretty much any market, one thing you can do to set your site apart is use high quality images. The problem comes when your just starting out and a bit low on cash, you can’t buy them. Most of the sites out there selling photo’s are pretty expensive. But until your making your millions online, you can use these free services to pretty up your pages.

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It takes courage to grow up and turn out to be who you really are.
— e.e. cummings

He who cannot forgive others destroys a bridge over which he himself must pass.
— George Herbert

It is not what we take up, but what we give up, that makes us rich.
— Henry Ward Beecher

Falling down is how we grow. Staying down is how we die.
–Brian Vaszily

Many of the things you can count, don’t count. Many of the things you can’t count, really count.
– -Albert Einstein

Google+ is a great place to share your content and get tons of traffic to your websites.

Here is how to get your Google+ RSS feed using a couple different website solutions.

Two are free and one is free with a paid option.

Watch the video and if you have any questions just ask below!

There are many different uses for your Twitter account and using its RSS feed in order to syndicate and boost your content for SEO purposes is just one of the many reasons to have an active account.

Watch the video and if you have any questions on how to get your Twitter RSS feed be sure to ask below.

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