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Running an e-commerce site is a decent way to earn extra income on top of your full-time job. However, this industry has experienced a resurgence in such a short time that it is fast becoming a good way to make a living. According to Column Five Media , e-commerce is growing four times faster than the rate of retail while the industry is experiencing a 51% growth in China.
Writing is a very basic skill that everybody possesses, but not all are great at it. Site owners or managers like you who aren’t as well-spoken and articulate have the luxury of outsourcing or hiring a writing team to do the job for them. Here are four tips to ensure that you're receiving great content from your outsourced writers.
The deafening silence about Google+ has already encouraged pundits to declare the service as unofficially dead. What was once deemed as the “Facebook Killer” has transformed into the Walking Dead. Yet, regardless of what people feel about Google+, it’s still up and running, and doesn’t appear to be in any signs of danger (so far). Below are tips on how you can leverage your Google+ profile to grow your blog or website traffic.
Quora has become the premiere online Q&A site. Its feature-rich functions allow users to ask questions targeted to industry leaders or answer those to increase your reputation. Instead of researching about your topic on Google, you can simply search Quora, compile the best answers, and turn it into a blog post.