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    March 2011

    How to Convert your Facebook Profile into Facebook Fan Page

    March 31, 2011
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    So you are one of those who are using your Facebook profile for promotion and a way so that your fans can connect to you. Though initially you might have missed out creating a brand page for yourself and that’s why you used the Facebook profile to connect with fans. Here is a nice find by InsideFacebook which says now you can migrate your Facebook profile into Facebook fan pages. Specially the way, Facebook fan page ...

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    ShoutMeLoud Monthly Income Report March 2011

    March 31, 2011
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    It’s been almost 5 months that I have not been published my income report but after a quality conversation on our Facebook fan page,  I decided to bring back monthly income report back. Most of the bloggers who asked me to start publishing income report as they find it motivating and work as a boost to make money online. I had no reason to deny them as this was the only reason I started publishing ...

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    How to Get Google Like [+1] Button for Blogs

    March 31, 2011
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    Yesterday I informed you about Google like feature (+1) for search and here is a news which might interest you as a user. Google is planning to launch this new like button for blogs. Though it’s not finalized when this button will be launched and will it be closed beta release or public release. But for now, Google has come up with one webpage where you can request to get notified when Google +1 button ...

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    Freelance Writing Tips

    March 31, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Mukundan who blogs at Webfroze.  If you like to write for ShoutMeLoud, do read Shoutmeloud revenue sharing program. Contributing an article or a feature to a magazine, periodical, newspaper or a web site, is more than the exhibition of a particular writing style. It may be considered your personal contribution to national publications, for benefit of the general public. Freelancing, as a tool for the national good, is far more significant ...

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    Blogging Tips for Newbies

    March 31, 2011
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      Blogging is becoming one of the newest online phenomenons like Email and Social Networking. To become a successful blogger, one needs to know what makes blogging special and basics of blogging. Most people who become successful in blogging because they’ve great passion towards it. Being success in blogging means people know them because of the blog they own and at the same time, it’s making money for them. They’re attracted by the idea that ...

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    How to Migrate WordPress Hosting & Change Domain Name

    March 30, 2011
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    If you are a self hosted blogger for long, I’m sure you must have get into a situation where you have to migrate WordPress hosting many times. Personally, this blog ShoutMeLoud has been migrated many times from Dreamhost > Hostgator > Knownhost > Linode > Hostgator. Yah, in 3 year tenure of this Wp blog, that’a quite a change of Webhosting. Some, Webhosting offer dedicated support for migration of your Webhosting account and some of ...

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    How BuySellAds Sponsored Tweet Program Works?

    March 29, 2011
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    Last time I informed you that Buysellads started sponsored tweets program and so far I have received three tweet request which made around $30 for me. Though it’s not a big amount but when you are sending a tweet which is relevant and have #ad hash tag, it makes sense to make some money out of it. Now in this tutorial, I will be informing you how BuySellAds sponsored tweet program works, so if you ...

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    Top 3 SEO Questions From Client

    March 29, 2011
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    Having a company that specifies in doing search engine optimization or working for one means you have to answer some questions from clients eventually. You can’t expect people who hired you to know as much as you or more than you do. There are clients that don’t ask a lot of questions and then there are the ones who don’t stop asking questions. However, you have to show a little patience and try to explain ...

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