If you’re a newbie or someone who wants to learn Search Engine Optimization (SEO) then searching through a plethora of options on the Web is a task by itself. SEO is changing daily and you probably don’t know where to start, what to follow, and what to ignore, right? I started writing this blog post as a link building resource blog post and then decided to cover (almost) all the aspects of SEO linking to some of the best resources available. If I have missed any interesting resource or an aspect of SEO then feel free to comment below and I’ll add it to the list. I have made sure that only the best articles remain in this list that are comprehensive and simple to understand. I’ll focus on the following aspects of Search Engine Optimization: Before you start you have to make sure that you understand some basics of Search Engine Optimization like the popular SEO terms, SEO guidelines, etc. The following resources will help you to kick-start your SEO campaign from … [Read more...] about The Definitive Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Handbook
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One of the biggest challange for any level of blogger is to choose a WordPress theme for their blog. When I started blogging, I used to change blog theme every now & then which was really bad for branding as well as good user experience. None the less, I wasted countless hours configuring the theme, adding ads & eventually ended up replacing it with another theme. If you are also experiencing something similar, I suggest spend quality time hunting the theme which fits your blog & your style, & focus on what you are best at; i.e writing. The design of your blog matters a lot for branding and a good user experience. If you will notice, all popular WordPress blogs or Websites around, take good care of their blog theme. There are many free and Premium theme clubs out there, and you will be bombarded with 1000’s of options for a WordPress theme. Some of them will be free, and many of them will be premium. When you are finding a WordPress theme for your blog, along with … [Read more...] about A Definite Guide for Beginners
Like many others keeping up with news on the AAA MMOs currently in development, I’ve had my eye on Guild Wars 2, and I’m so excited that it’s finally Asura week! While I follow all the gaming news websites and relevant Twitter accounts, I also rely heavily on Hunter’s Insight blog to make sure I won’t miss a single thing on GW2. In fact, for as long as he’s used it, it was actually his blog banner that first sparked my interest in this peculiar race of floppy-eared, diminutive geniuses: I can’t help it; I have a weakness for anything that adorable. And yes, I do realize I shouldn’t say that too loud, lest I want my throat crushed by a golem. That’s why I really enjoyed reading today’s dev post by Matt Barrett on Asura design, though admittedly I find any commentary to do with concept art and design fascinating in general. It did remind me of a time when the Asura weren’t so cute, and instead looked like something you … [Read more...] about Asura: Cute But Definitely Not Stupid
So keeping with the tradition of featuring 10 MMORPGs per month you potentially haven’t played, I’d like to welcome you all to May 2019’s. Let’s start this off with probably the most requested game not currently in any of these lists, Phantasy Star Online 2. This is a private server for Closers because honestly, although En Masse do an alright job at publishing the game, it’s on its last legs. And people know it – especially with the recent Kritika shut down. I’m sure a lot of you have played Blade & Soul. I mean by this point who hasn’t? Well, on the off chance that someone here has actually somehow missed the game, let’s talk about it for a sec. I talk about Mabinogi all the time when I discuss Anime MMORPGs because – and I’m not exaggerating here – when Mabinogi launched, it was one of the most innovative MMOs of its kind. I almost feel like, at this point, the title of the video should … [Read more...] about 10 Free to Play MMORPGs You Should Definitely Try In May, 2019.
I wanted to talk about Workhard because I spent money on this and I’d honestly feel bad about refunding it. Microtransactions is the latest column idea I had here for MMO Fallout because I can either play some incredibly cheap/short indie games with what little free time I have nowadays, or I can do the sensible thing and acknowledge that I’m not actually legally obligated to be publishing stuff on the internet even though I’ve been doing just that for nearly eighteen years now. So I picked up Workhard because it was $1.79 on Steam and looks like a Gameboy game. Shallow, yes, but so is the game. You play as a secret agent assigned to liquidate a gang. With your guns. Sure, why not. So you travel to the right over several levels and shoot people as they aimlessly walk toward you. To aid in your liquidation you have a pistol, an automatic, and a one-shot shotgun that fires one bullet before it needs to reload. The shotgun has a very satisfying punch and can take out … [Read more...] about Microtransactions: Workhard Is Definitely A Game