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With the summer almost at an end, you're probably gearing up to go back to college. If you're going off to university for the first time, however, being on your own in college may be the first time that you've been financially independent from your parents.
So, you've found "the one" and are ready to get married, right? No doubt you've put some intensive time and effort into the planning. In the flurry of preparation for your nuptials, it's important to take time to address the not-so-exciting details of marriage, such as handling money as a married couple.
The U.S government continues to draw down troops from Afghanistan. In January there were about 37,500 troops in the country, with the government planning for only 10,000 to remain after the year is up.  This means that thousands of military personnel may reenter the workforce.
You've heard it before, financial literacy is key to having a healthy financial future. Yet according to the 2014 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey, 73% of the adults surveyed admitted that they could benefit from the help of a professional financial counselor. Fortunately, you have a choice of helpful organizations when you want to increase your financial literacy.
Summer is finally here. It's a great time to kick back and take a much-deserved vacation with friends or family. But, vacations can quickly become stressful if you find yourself spending more money than you originally planned. Poor planning can cause you to use your credit card a lot and even make you late on paying some bills.
There are many factors that influence SEO, including keyword density, social signals, and even website speed. Link building is probably the most well-known and discussed factor of them all. By now you realize that link building is a powerful tool in your SEO arsenal, but that tool can be a double-edged sword.
Written by Taylor Hawes Content curation is the process of cherry-picking the best pieces of content surrounding a specific theme. According to an infographic published by Mashable, 571 websites are created, 347 WordPress blog posts are published, and 3,600 Instagram pictures are uploaded in any given minute.
Written by Taylor Hawes It's no exaggeration to say that mobile internet usage has exploded over the past five years. With the advent of smartphones, users have changed the way they interact online. A recent report published by investment firm KPCB says that in 2008, mobile devices accounted for less than one percent of overall internet traffic.
Let's face it: Even if you create amazing content, there is still no guarantee that it will get you the audience you're looking for. After all, you can choose just about any subject and find a mountain of pertinent information about it online.
Back in the "wild west" days of the internet, search engine results pages were in a state of disarray. Dubious webmasters came up with all kinds of clever ways to get their listings to appear at the top of the SERPs. Spammy blog comments, link farms, and other black hat methods abounded .
Written by Taylor Hawes If you've recently launched a new website, or if you're on the cusp of launching one, congrats! You've done the hard work of setting the whole thing up, or have paid good money to get it done.
August 13, 2013 Becoming a freelance writer is often a shocking experience. You go from having a steady paycheck and schedule to marketing endlessly for clients at all hours during the day and night.
July 16, 2013 I don't know about you, but as a freelance writer, I'm certainly guilty of spending too much time online. This isn't new. I first discovered the internet at age 12, when I would go to my aunt's house and use her dial-up modem to access AOL ( yes, dial-up; I know you remember!
June 18, 2013 It's a benign enough phrase: " One day." It's the ubiquitous placeholder for those of us in the adult world who feel too overwhelmed with everyday life to assign time frames to "nonessential" things. Usually it's followed with a desirable action, and then with a reason (read: excuse) as to why we can't proceed with said action just yet.