One of the most important part of setting up a blog is Search Engine Optimization (SEO). SEO for a WordPress blog is different than SEO for static websites, mainly because of the social nature of blogging technology. It is less about buying links or tricking inadequate search technology. SEO for WordPress blogs is more focused on the technical infrastructure of your site, and your ability to write creative articles that are noteworthy for others to read and link to. This SEO guide should be your reference point for all WordPress blogs because in here we will mention some of the tips that has been proven to work. These techniques does not require heavy investment except for few bits of your time. Don’t make this to do list a chore, you can do these trick one per day and not feel stressed out about it. Continue reading “SEO Guide for All WordPress Bloggers”
NuCreature Media remembers Nelson Mandela’s fight for freedom and equality. Our battle against racism is still very real but God has an appointed time to bring justice!
Santa Barbara is a highly talented but small entrepreneurial community. Start-ups often must fill one or more of their senior positions from outside our local market. After observing this process for a couple of decades, I have noticed a consistent pattern: The closer to Santa Barbara the person resides, the more his or her talents are discounted. Continue reading “5 Reasons To Hire Locally”
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When it comes to online videos there are two video hosting websites that jump to the forefront: Vimeo vs YouTube. But which of these sites is the best to showcase your work? Continue reading “Vimeo Vs. YouTube: What’s The differrence?”
At a Christian media seminar recently, someone asked what I thought of having a Bible verse on the back of their business card. I’ve been asked similar questions recently, and it brings up something worth discussing. Here was my answer (and I’d love to know your reaction): Continue reading “Does Your Business Card Have a Bible Verse on the Back?”