As I posted to my Twitter account this morning, I’ve been MIA for the last about a week. I was finishing up an ebook I co-authored. I have another one on the faucet that I must turn my focus on — and this is within addition to my regular workload. So things are a bit hectic around here.
Devote Time for you to Your Website/Blog Month: What’s this? I’ve designated March to be Devote Time for you to Your Website/Blog month. If you have weblogs or websites that you want to begin or redesign, this month to take action then specify. I’ve learned that the only path to get things done — specially when you’re super busy — is to set aside a definitive time for you to just do it.
- Create social media programs and design content
- 16$1,827,000 $119,652 $19,942 $139,594 $60,000 $109,620 $189,214 6%
- Page previews on different systems
- Someone built your site and was operating it, however they can’t run it for you
- Schedule posts
So this month, that’s what I’m doing. I have two more money-making blogs I’ve been attempting to set up for ages. Additionally, I’ve been wanting to transfer this blog and its accompanying website to its one, newly designed online presence. I am going to have all of this done by April 1st because it is my number 1 focus this month. This means turning down jobs, outsourcing work and other things it takes to attain this goal.
Listed below are the last four articles. Hope you enjoy them. Social Media Marketing: IN THE EVENT YOU Outsource It, or Not? Tomorrow I’ll post successful tale from a freelance article writer in England. It’s the last one that will be posted with this blog. More will follow the new one is set up once. P.S.: Where are the freelance writing careers? There are freelancers who make very good livings at what they love. Except where mentioned, no part of the site may be reproduced in virtually any manner with no express, written consent of the publisher. Violators will be prosecuted.
The webdisk area allows you to place data files on your site and use it as storage for those documents. Use of this depends highly on what your hosting provider allows. Disk space shows you how much space you are employing, how it can be used, and exactly how much you have left. Finally, the last three let you set up ftp (document transfer protocols) accounts for being able to access your site with ftp software. The fourth section is named logs.
I won’t review each icon because this entire area just essentially tells you who is being able to access your site and what they are doing after they get there. This is great for viewing how much traffic you are getting as well as what factors on your website people are leaving.
If you constantly screens these tools you should get a good return on the number of people going to your website and fix any problems they may be encountering. Of most of them, if you merely want a nice clean visible of your traffic use Awestats. Just remember that its data is always a day behind.