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Google Has Built Its First Store

Last Updated on July 22, 2020 by Chris

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Last Updated on October 12, 2021 by Chris

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I think we can all probably agree that the way in which Apple has utilized their physical stores has worked out for them, right?

I mean, who hasn't been wooed by that bright white apple sign a time or two?

Well, Google has finally said it's time for them to do a little wooing of their own by officially opening the doors on their first location in New York City.

The TikTok Opportunities Keep on Coming

Last Updated on October 12, 2021 by Chris

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Things are moving quickly right now, and that's especially true in the world of TikTok.

Everyone is making moves, of course, but it's hard to ignore the impressive spree of bets that TikTok has made thus far that have paid massive dividends.

They've also done a fair bit of tweaking as well as of late, and in this one we'll summarize them for you, so that you can make the most of the platform.

Google Search as We Know it May Be Changing

Last Updated on September 27, 2021 by Chris

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We've grown accustomed to Google Search in its current form for, well, years.

But changes are a brewing, and Google Search may be looking a whole lot different in the near future.

Game Changing Moments in Internet History

Last Updated on September 27, 2021 by Chris

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Change is in the air, and it got us thinking – what were the moments in internet history that changed everything?

The response to our past content like the history of blogging let us know that you guys are a fan of walking down memory lane.

So let's go, shall we?

Niche Product Site Case Study #2 – Shifting Focus to Meet Goals

Last Updated on September 14, 2021 by Chris

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At the start of COVID quarantine, I decided to start new niche sites that were focused on products with the goal of making money via affiliate sales and, if possible down the line, ads with networks like Mediavine.

Six months back, we shared an update on what we were doing with each niche product site and gave some goals for the future. As it has been a while since that update, I thought it was time to share more information on how things are going and share some changes that we are considering making to improve our sites outright.

As a quick recap, we have two product sites with a bare minimum number of articles, Doctor of Coffee and What is Sous Vide, as well as a more robust wine blog called The Grape Pursuit. The former two were designed to be low page count sites to push products, with the sous vide site trying to tap into the exact match keyword as well. The wine blog is run more like a traditional blog with posts every week or so on general wine topics as well as focused wine reviews.

With that recap out of the way, let's talk about the status.

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