Category Archives: e-Business

4 Ways to Brand Yourself to a Global Market

It’s a mobile ready world and a largely digital one, which means your brand (whether you’re a business owner or a freelancer) needs to have longer reaches. There’s certainly a place for hyper-local marketing and branding, but more and more professionals are seeing the appeal of catering to a more global market. If you think that will benefit you, it’s time to change your perspective and approaches. Continue reading

3 Ways to Write Similar Product Descriptions that are SEO Friendly

It might seem like some businesses have all the luck: They “only” have a handful of products and services that are so different from one another, the content writer doesn’t have to be that creative to avoid duplicate content. In the world of search engine optimization (SEO), duplicate content is a black hat trick that can severely penalize a site even when it’s done unintentionally. Most writers have experienced a time when they were “caught” by Copyscape even though they weren’t plagiarizing. Some content simply demands to be so similar (such as like products or medical terminology) that it won’t pass Copyscape (or Google’s SEO algorithms). Continue reading

10 Tips on Shopping Online Safely

Online shopping is so easy and convenient that we get used to it pretty quickly. Generally it is safe to shop on the internet and this may make us comfortable with sharing our card details and other valuable information readily. It is always best to be on the cautious side and take extra care while you are spending your money. Here are 10 tips to help you stay safe. Continue reading

Fan-to-Fan Ticket Sales Dazzle Investors Interested in Global Peer-to-Peer Businesses

The Internet has made peer-to-peer sales as easy as clicking a “Buy” button. It doesn’t matter that the seller may be in a different country than the buyer anymore. You can now get a business or personal loan on peer-to-peer lending sites. You can also buy things second hand from sites like Amazon and eBay, which also sell items from one owner to another. The aftermarket sales niche is very adaptable to peer-to-peer business structures, and can even be used to sell items, like event tickets. Continue reading