Last Updated: Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Why Working From Home Is Not As Easy As You Think

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I started working from home more than three years ago since I find 9-5 jobs too tiring. I wanted to escape the hassle of commuting to my work place and I am not really a fan of waking up too early. 
I discovered that you can also work online, so I get into freelance web content writing. I am very happy that I could work from home now; however, I realized that working from home is as hard as a 9-5 office job because...

Last Updated: Thursday, January 21, 2016

Don't Know What to Write for Your Pest Control Company Blog? Here Are 20 Blog Ideas

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Does your pest control company website run a blog? If so, I'm guessing that you sometimes struggle thinking what to write next.
You have already published a few number of posts, and now, you are in a bind. If you are currently on the block, I'll help you get out in that state with these 20 pest control blog ideas.

Last Updated: Thursday, January 14, 2016

How to Increase Your Website's Traffic on Facebook Even Without Creating Your Own Group or Page

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Social media has become an important tool for every website owner since it helps boost web traffic. And among the big favorites in the countless number of social media networks is Facebook. With more than a billion of active users, you are somewhat guaranteed to have a great deal of audience for your website. As such, creating designated Facebook groups and pages for websites is turned into a fundamental chore.

But is it really necessary to build your own group or page just to receive some link and traffic love from Facebook? No, it isn't. Even without one, there are still some ways on how you can use Facebook effectively to drive traffic to your website such as the following.

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Where to Grab Free Yet High Quality Images for Your Blog

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Blogging involves a lot of tasks, not only writing your piece. There is researching... writing... uploading your work... and my most hated part - looking for images to go with my blog posts. I'm not quite fond of it because it takes me an hour (or more than that) to find "relevant" and "high quality" images. And yea, I'm not subscribed to any stock photography websites, cos I like living a frugal life.

Though there's Google, we just couldn't grab anyone's photos because we could be held liable for image copyright infringement. Even if you credited the owner of the image, if you didn't really ask his or her permission, you'll be in trouble.

So what's the best thing to do? Have a one-year subscription at Shutterstock or other stock photography websites? No, not really. You could still have your high quality images for free through the following: