SEO Copywriting – How to Get Your Article to the Top of Google

SEO copywriting is the art and science of writing articles that rank well in search engines for the keyword phrase you are targeting. It’s a science in that search engines use complex algorithms to rank the search results when a web surfer types in a keyword phrase. While search engines like Google do not publicize […]

Published or Updated: March 30, 2012

Anatomy of an Optimized WordPress Blog

Building an optimized WordPress blog is a critical step to making money online. Whether you intend to build a mini site focused on a narrow topic, an authority blog that covers a broad range of subjects, or a site to promote your small business, creating a site architecture that search engines will love is a […]

Published or Updated: August 29, 2013

Online Marketing for a Home Based Business

Let’s get right to the bottom line–online marketing for a home based business can make the difference between success and failure. Marketing your business online can also make the difference between making a lot of money and making just a little money. And the benefits of online marketing are real even for small businesses that […]

Published or Updated: March 23, 2012

5 Must Have WordPress SEO Plugins for a Money Making Blog

Installing and properly using the right SEO WordPress plugins is critical to getting a money making blog up and running. You can choose and host the best domain name, and you can install an SEO optimized theme, but without the right plugins, you are greatly limiting the money making potential of your blog. So in […]

Published or Updated: April 9, 2014

How to Optimize a WordPress Theme for Search Engines

An SEO optimized WordPress theme is a critical component if you want to make money online. When I started the Dough Roller in May 2007, I focused exclusively on what a theme looked like. At the time I didn’t know how to modify the look of a WordPress theme, and I knew nothing (literally) about […]

Published or Updated: April 9, 2014

30 Things I Learned in My First 30 Days of Blogging

Thirty days ago I published the first article on The Dough Roller. At the time, I had no idea just how humbling the first 30 days of blogging can be. With that in mind, here are 30 things I’ve learned in my first 30 days of blogging: 1. It turns out, Furl is not something […]

Published or Updated: March 1, 2014

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