Freelance Writers: Skip Past

Rejected by Not to worry, their rates are low and good writers can get better work on their own, anyways. (I will not include a link here as to not help with their SERP score) is a self-proclaimed ''best community for writers and editors,'' except no one has ever heard of them and … Continue reading Freelance Writers: Skip Past


How Ad-blocking Providers Can Dominate

The first mobile ad-blocking solution to gain traction in North America or Europe will connect with a large, latent audience of former desktop ad-blocking users.

Access the Well of Free Resources that is ”Think with Google”

You may already be using key Google tools like Google Webmaster Tools, the Keyword Planner or the Search Console. Chances are, you haven’t heard of Think with Google or used it much yet; here is some info about all the free resources hosted within it and what they can help you accomplish.

Lessons from David Mamet’s Dramatic Writing Class

All in all, this class will still help you learn the basic of drama writing and it’s undoubtedly entertaining but don’t expect it to significantly up your game if you’re already a decent writer.

TRVL’s Attempt at Reinventing Travel Bookings

You may have heard about TRVL -- a Dutch startup created by an ex-Appler, that's trying to disrupt the entire travel booking industry by offering individuals the ability to curate travel experiences, including hotels and flights, and thus become travel agencies of one in exchange for commission. TRVL presents themselves as a "revolutionary peer-to-peer travel booking … Continue reading TRVL’s Attempt at Reinventing Travel Bookings

10 Reasons Why Freelancers are Better for Your Business

Today there are still preferences within more traditional and conservative companies to hire and retail full-time employees -- the perceived advantages of doing so are based rather on myths and misconceptions than actual facts. Let's look at some of the ways in which freelancers are better for your business than permanent employees and dispel some of these outdated beliefs. 

How I Put the ‘’Free’’ in Freelancer

Homeworking once a week - naah, how about every day? One ''home office'' day per week just wasn’t going to cut it for me. I know what you’re thinking – some people would kill just for the possibility to WFH (work from home) on a Friday. But I am a free-thinking millennial who lives in … Continue reading How I Put the ‘’Free’’ in Freelancer

Web Summit: The Unofficial Guide

So I just got back from my first Web Summit that took place in Lisbon last week. Before going, as a novice I had some misconceptions as well as some expectations that turned out to be true. Sure, Web Summit is known as the biggest, greatest tech conference in Europe but there are things it is and it isn’t. It’s important to know why you’re going and what you’re going to get out of it before you spend your precious time and money on immersing yourself in the experience.

Good Web Marketing Means Testing Your Mobile Site Speed

More than half of all web traffic is now generated on mobile devices, still metrics show that mobile conversion rates are yet to surpass those of desktop machines. Where is this gap coming from? Partially utility (some users prefer to shop on larger screens) and partially from mobile loading times, which are still lagging. For … Continue reading Good Web Marketing Means Testing Your Mobile Site Speed

Why ‘Every Country Second’ Videos Are Good for Us All

If you have spent any amount of time online in the last few weeks, you have inevitably stumbled upon one of the 'America First, Insert-Your-Country-Name-Here' videos (now all linked on, which have quickly gone viral and, like a good ol' chain letter, have spurred the creation of countless mode videos about every possible country on … Continue reading Why ‘Every Country Second’ Videos Are Good for Us All