Double Blog Traffic by Creating Irresistible Headlines

Author Archives: Drew Germyn

Double Blog Traffic by Creating Irresistible Headlines

According to David Ogilvy, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. To engage and convert blog traffic, you need headlines that are punchy and creative but also honest and informative. Sometimes, you need to forget what you learned at marketing college. The modern digital consumer is tech-savvy and street […]

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Best Tips to Reduce Website Bounce Rate

Have you been struggling to increase traffic to your website? How about improving your email sign-ups? Are you still not getting the conversion rates you want? It may be that your bounce rate is too high. What’s a Bounce Rate? Your bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who click off of your website before […]

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Happy Holidays From Localnode

As the holiday season has started, vacations are beginning, and tinsel is almost everywhere on behalf of myself and the team at Localnode Solutions I’d like to wish everyone a happy holiday season, and of course a happy new year. Our holiday hours are 24/7 and we’ll be here every day for any support, sales, […]

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Why Should Net Neutrality Matter to Ordinary Consumers?

Why Should Net Neutrality Matter to Ordinary Consumers?

What is net neutrality? Net neutrality is the principle that internet service providers (ISPs) must treat all data on the internet the same. This means they may not block or slow down specific websites on purpose or allow companies to pay for preferential treatment. For instance, an ISP may not throttle your bandwidth for movie […]

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Security Questions to Ask Hosting Providers

Security Questions to Ask Hosting Providers

If you think your web host cannot be hacked and that no hacker would be interested in getting access to your website (you provide a forum for first-time parents, for goodness sake), think again. If you store the profiles of subscribers, including contact details like email addresses, the average hacker is indeed interested. Are You […]

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WordPress Is Not Just for Blogs Anymore

Wordpress Is Not Just For Blogs

WordPress (WP) is a universal platform not just for blogs but applications such as eCommerce websites, specialist forums, galleries and personal portfolio sites. It’s the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world, used by around 75 million websites. Best of all, it’s free. The world can’t get enough of WordPress Notable blog users include The […]

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Creating Catchy Blog Content

Unreliable, boring, repetitive blog content can harm your business. If you are simply trying to score in Google rankings without offering useful, valuable and engaging content, you’re wasting your time because after the first click, your potential new customer, disappointed with your offering, won’t come back for more or follow other links on your site. […]

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Localnode Partners With SpamExperts

Localnode has partnered with SpamExperts to bring you Incoming Filtering, intelligent software that unobtrusively filters phishing and spyware emails, and protects your company’s email system from cyber criminal attacks at a close to 100% rate of accuracy. Background A 2017 Verizon Data Breach Incident Report found that in 2016, 51 percent of security data breaches […]

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SNI Reduces the Need for Unique IP Addresses

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Headline news The Internet Is Now Officially Too Big as IP Addresses Run Out – NBC IPv4 address exhaustion – Wikipedia The Internet has run out of IP addresses (sort of) – CBS News Coming This Summer: U.S. Will Run Out of Internet Addresses – WSJ Scary, but the real concern for small businesses and […]

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Understanding Reseller Hosting Services

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If you’ve got a business that you want to thrive, online marketing is definitely the way to go in this day and age.  But oftentimes learning about SEO, how to master social media, the difference between blogs and websites, and all of the different licenses and certifications needed to run your site successfully can feel […]

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