My partner and I try to walk our talk. Together and separately, we both work on our personal and business identities. We are active on sites like LinkedIn (you should see some of the discussions he has started), Twitter (we have multiple accounts that we are continually building on), Facebook (both with multiple Fan/Group pages, networked blogs, etc), MySpace (despite its’ reputation, we continually get work as a result of the presence we has created). That is not even counting the blogs we maintain.
Just putting your blog online is not enough. After all, there are many millions of blogs on the web right now, so unless your blog is on a high-traffic site, you may not get readers unless you advertise. You can easily advertise your blog without spending a cent by mentioning your blog in your emails and web pages or newsletters. You can also enter in online competitions – if your blog wins a prize you are more likely to get a constant flow of traffic to your blog. You can also ask ezines and other content providers to review your blog, which will also draw readers.
I’ve used Comment Kahuna and Market Samurai to find dofollow comment blogs. Comment Kahuna didn’t work at all (it’s free, so I have no beef with it). Market Samurai is an outstanding keyword and competition software application, but it’s not that great in providing dofollow blog commenting opportunities. I have Market Samurai and don’t bother using their dofollow blog search.
Because Check out my profile are designed to be easily updated and are already on a website (don’t worry you don’t need to know ANYTHING about websites or web design to start one), you may find a blog could replace or supplement an email newsletter. They are easier to do, easier to update, and you don’t have to worry about emails getting delivered!
Now you’ve created your sample blog, you’re all set to get hired. The easiest way gaming blogs is to make lots of phone calls. Yes, you’re cold calling – but don’t be fazed by this. Getting on the phone is the fastest way to get hired, so do it.
When you do this search you’ll discover blog posts that list blogs that enable dofollow comments. The problem with these blog lists is you’re not the only person commenting on these blogs. Worse yet, usually once the SEO community discovers a blog is dofollow, there’s an ambush of spam comments (called spamments). When this happens, many webmasters turn comments to nofollow. My point is many blogs on these lists available to all are usually nofollow by the time you discover the blogs.
Detailed research is needed to find the right job, but with patience it can be found. There are more chances of getting in company jobs than work at home jobs for game testers. A good economy means high sales which means more videos which means more testers needed. They cannot house enough at the company office. This also means that a bad economy means less work for the home based game tester as companies are trying to cut costs and get as much profit as they can. Home game testing is always needed. There are just times when it is needed more. You need to be fully aware of how the companies are responding to the economic situation.
If you are thinking of photo editing at a professional level, the iPad is certainly not going to be of any help, at least, not in its present form. Having a touch screen interface, the iPad does have the potential to offer advanced photo editing options but that will take some time to happen.