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Splashpress Media Month In Review

Oct 11, 2012

A round up of news from the Splashpress New Media channel for the last 30 days….

The Future of SEO

With another huge Google update in the form of Penguin having rippling affects earlier in the year many people have been both questioning the future of SEO and some even saying that  as an industry and skill set it is on its way out. Rajeen Shah from Marketappeal.com guest posted on the future of SEO and where he sees it going in the future.

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Social Media A Distraction?

So apparently social media is a distraction……..no seriously, some institutions are getting round to telling us this. In a visualised report by Red e app employees are being distracted at work at least every 10 minutes and costing US companies almost $650 billion.

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How Cinema Loves the Internet

Social media made it to the silver screen in 2010 with the Academy award winning movie ‘The Social Network’ and suddenly being a tech nerd was cool and the Facebook founder Mark Zukerburg is on the front of Time magazine and later is impersonated by SNL star Andy Samberg. We are still waiting on Hollywood to make a blogging related movie but in the meantime we took a look back at some tech related Hollywood movies

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Being a Great Blogger is Easy. Wrong.

If you have been blogging for a while now you will know its not easy, many people start off brimming with enthusiasm and expectations only to become discouraged when they realise its a full on up-hill battle. Jonathan Bailey takes a look at how this can be done but without any short cuts.

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 Other posts of interest from the New Media Channel

How to Combine Real-World and Social Media Marketing

5 Restaurants That Got Pinterest Right (And How They Did It)

5 Ways to Go Pro With Your Blog

Welcoming XFEP to the network

Dec 8, 2008

eXtra for Every Publisher

Extra means something beyond what is expected. Here at Splashpress Media, we strive to provide the best of our services to our readers and partners beyond what is usually expected of an online publishing company. We consider most of our audience to be interested in new and social media, with our key blogging related sites, like the Blog Herald and Performancing. But we know you want more. We know you want extra.

And so we are pleased to welcome XFEP into Splashpress Media. XFEP stands for eXtra For Every Publisher, and this site stands up to its name. XFEP was founded and is edited by David Peralty, with the goal of helping bloggers “avoid the pitfalls and potential problems on the way to making your living online.” David‘s several years experience in the online publishing industry assures us that he knows what he is talking about, and that he can deliver that extra something- extra knowledge, extra insights and extra resources-that can help you succeed in this competitive industry.

As David says:

After three years in the industry, I have seen many changes, and dealt with many of them myself, from managing one blog, to writing on dozens, to bending WordPress to my will, and through all of this, I have realized I could have avoided many mistakes had their been a resource for bloggers that really came together and approached the subject from all sides, including the very difficult area of monetization, and with a bit of luck, energy and focus, that is what I hope to create here at eXtra For Every Publisher.

David’s regular articles includes advice and tips on writing, managing blog networks, marketing, technicals, and even the difficult topic of monetization.