by Pierre Zarokian

Here is an article I recently wrote for IMC Grupo titled 10 Blog SEO Tips.
In summary here are the top tips:

1. Use Your Own Domain Name

2. Use Keywords in Content

3. Use relevant and keyword-rich Title

4. Avoid Duplicate Content

5. Stay on Topic

6. Post Regularly — Freshness is an important SEO factor

7. Share your posts on social media and make it easy for visitors to share

8. Use Keywords in your Tags

9. Use relevant images and keywords in image file names and alt tags.

10. Get backlinks to your posts and do guest article posts on other blogs


I recently posted this article on my personal blog. Here is a snippet:

The Corona Virus has caused many business owners to stay home or work from home. Most people probably can’t do their regular work and have a lot of free time in their hands. In this article, I would provide you a few marketing tips that you can do on your own to help your business grow for when it is back. Of Course, most of these would work if you have a website, but some of them are also good if you don’t have a website but have a Google or Yelp listing.

Read the rest at http://pierrezarokian.wordpress.com.


Here is an article about the history of web hosting that I recently wrote for The Daily Host News:

The advent of the Internet has created many new opportunities for business and information gathering. One example of this is web hosting, which has allowed people to distribute content and communicate with each other globally. The development of web hosting is an important part of Internet history, and the periodic advances in web hosting illustrate how the Internet has progressed over the years.

Read the rest at https://www.dailyhostnews.com .


I published this story recently on Search Engine Journal:

If you’re a beginner at web design, the number of popular web design tools and software can be a bit daunting.

If you just need a quick and easy website, you might just feel like hiring a web designer and letting them handle it.

However, it’s essential to know the basic pros and cons of the most popular web design platforms so you don’t end up making the wrong choice and racking up development costs when you start over.

It’s important to know what you want to get out of a web design platform and how much you’re willing to pay for one.

Web design platforms can be subscription-based or non-subscription-based.

You can read the full story at https://www.searchenginejournal.com


From the day you own a PC and connected to the internet, you can consider yourself a target for phishing and hacking attempts.

But this doesn’t mean that you will have to purchase a premium security suite but instead put together a DIY version as well as do other things that costs nothing instead.

With that said, here are 3 ways by which you can boost your PC’s security:

#1: Obtain a good antivirus program

Among a slew of free antivirus programs that are offered over the internet, the best of the lot includes AVG, which has only gotten fast…


By Pierre Zarokian

Around November 8th there was a huge traffic drop to Ripoff Report and other similar complaint websites. I first discovered this while searching for Online Reputation clients that we manage. After checking keywords that are relevant to my business, I had only managed to find a single one in the top ten of the Ripoff Report results, it seemed that the results were manipulated and Ripoff Report lost rank. I had to be sure.

I checked my social media accounts to see if there had been any reporting done on this matter, and then I contacted several…


By Pierre Zarokian

Click fraud remains an ongoing issue for the digital marketing industry. Click fraud is when someone or something generates illegitimate hits on your search engine text advertisement or banner ad, causing you to pay for worthless clicks.

Those engaged in click fraud use a variety of techniques to generate false clicks. Low cost international workers from all over the world are hired to locate and click on ads. Click fraud can be generated by online robots programmed to click on advertiser or affiliate ads. While unethical companies may pay their own employees to click on competitor ads.


LCD TV’s require a backlight to illuminate the picture that is being shown. In normal LCD TV’s, this light is provided by fluorescent backlights called CCFL. Now, LED lights are being used instead of CCFL’s because they consume less power and enable manufacturers to come up with thinner models.

Edge lit (without local dimming) — This is what you generally get in the market. The LED’s in this type of TV are set around the edge of the screen. The center of the screen is illuminated with the help of “light guides”. …


When the issue of IT security is raised, two words come to mind — Hackers and Viruses. This article concerns the former.

The term “hacker” has become the widely used term for anyone who breaks into a system. However, the term should be used appropriately as it describes a person with “honorable” intentions as opposed to a “cracker” who is up to no good. True hackers are basically puzzle solvers.

They see security systems as challenges to be overcome and set about getting through its defenses. They are technically well-versed and enjoy breaking into and infiltrating systems just because they…

Pierre Zarokian

Pierre Zarokian is the founder and CEO of Submit Express & Reputation Stars, offering Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Online Reputation Management (ORM).

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