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42 Highest Paying Work From Home Jobs [Infographic]

Virtual career opportunities are on the rise worldwide. This can be attributed to the growing globalization of the workforce, a more employee-centric attitude on the part of companies, rising cost of maintaining physical offices, initiatives to reduce the stress of long distance commute on workforce, consistent productivity on part of remote employees and rapid growth of technology that helps connect employees in any part of the globe.

If you are interested in work from home opportunities it will be helpful to know about the high-paying jobs in the telecommuting industry. If you are creatively inclined you can work as a graphic designer, animator, photographer, content writer or as a website designer. You will need to scout for jobs on portals that specially cater to remote job openings. You can also join communities, forums or marketplaces where employers will scout for freelancers or candidates willing to work remotely. You’ll have to make available a portfolio of your work and your CV, and be ready to put your best foot forward when the opportunity knocks. Read more

5 Non-Writing Musts for Writers

There’s more to being a freelance writer than typing words on a page. Successful writers know that they need to be on top of their game in many different ways. No job involves just one task, and writing is no different.

Here are five things writers do throughout the day or week other than write.

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How to Improve Visibility and Increase SEO [Infographic]

When most people plan their SEO strategies, they have visions of going viral and attracting hundreds of links and visitors each day. While those proactive steps are nice, there are actually several cleanup steps that marketers have to take before they can start improving through outreach. The good news is that these steps can significantly affect SEO and give you a bump in rankings before you even launch an outreach strategy.

One of the most important elements of healthy SEO is strong links to and from your website. Run a link audit to check for any broken links on your website. If you have a website that’s a few years old, you may find a build-up of broken links. These aren’t necessarily your fault. Other websites go under or change their domain, which means your links are lost and lead nowhere. Cleaning up these links can be a long process, but with the right planning, it’s only something you will have to do once.

Consider running a weekly link audit to check for new broken links on your website. This way, fixing links will only take a few minutes per week instead of several hours at the end of the year. Keeping clean links will boost your SEO and make your user experience better.

To learn more about the SEO cleanup process and how you can improve your link strategy, check out the infographic below. You can also download the whitepaper on Growing and Sculpting Your Link Profile for more information on content, website performance, and visibility.   Read more