How important is the length of an article for SEO?

So, how important is the length of an article for SEO? Depending on the time that you have and the way you like to work, you create content for your blog. I suggest planning out a content schedule and sticking to it. But with that said, do we need...
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Did Amazon access third-party seller data to develop private-label products?

According to the Wall Street Journal, employees from Amazon accessed data from independent sellers on their platform to develop private-label products. Did Amazon access third-party seller data to develop private-label products? In a statement to The Verge, Amazon disputed claims that the company has used private seller data to...
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Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins

To ensure that your WordPress website is secure and stays that way, you need to have a security plugin.  One of the reasons is that they report regularly on critical vulnerabilities of plugins you might use. There are few available, although my preference go to Wordfence. Already this month  Several...
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Amazon reduces commission rates in 17 categories

Amazon reduces commission rates in 17 categories out of 57 categories. Affiliates will get a minimum of a 50% cut in their affiliate commissions in those categories. Changes in the Amazon.com affiliate program’s commission rates are common They tend to make major changes in their commission structure in the...
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Why “Free” can be an ugly word for a marketer

As a new internet marketer and usually on a tight budget (and even not sure in what to invest first) then getting something for free is not only tempting but something you even love… When you offer something for free… it’s a promise of something for nothing.  Why “Free” can...
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Should you buy marketing email lists or not?

Buying marketing email lists to get an instant list of leads without all the work of getting anyone to come to your website and elect to subscribe to your emails might sound great, especially when you are an affiliate marketer who just start out. You need traffic to convert...
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Maslow’s hierarchy of needs: the five levels.

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a theory by Abraham Maslow, which puts forward that people are motivated by five basic categories of needs: physiological, safety, love, esteem, and self-actualization. Maslow first introduced his concept of a hierarchy of needs in his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation” and...
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Content Resources: It’s Not as Difficult as You Think

Ever get stuck about what you should write about in your next blog post? Or do you need some new inspiration? Here are some content resources you can use: Google News Google News is comprehensive up-to-date news coverage, aggregated from sources all over the world by Google. When you...
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Companies pulling back on affiliate marketing with this COVID-19 pandemic.

Are companies pulling back on affiliate marketing? Gartner  (a research and advisory company) asked clients how they expect their marketing budgets will change with this COVID-19 pandemic. The results suggest that marketing leaders must make difficult and rapid decisions. Almost two-thirds of the marketing leaders expect to face moderate...
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Wealthy Affiliate Successes – March 2020

Wealthy Affiliate Successes for the month March 2020 If you still wonder if affiliate marketing with Wealthy Affiliate as your guide to success works, here are some Wealthy Affiliate success stories even in times of COVID-19! (click the headlines to read the full success story) Sales this Month are Rocketing! Thank...
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