Domain Authority (DA) is your website’s ranking as a subject matter expert in a topic. Domain Authority (DA) is a search engine ranking score developed by Moz that predicts how well a website will rank on search engine result pages (SERPs).
If your website has a high Domain Authority, there might be a higher probability that Google will boost your site’s rankings, increasing the chances of your site appearing on the first page of Google’s searches.
Do note that Domain Authority (DA) is not a metric used by Google to determine search rankings and has no effect on the Search engine result pages (SERPs). …
Interactive Brokers is offering fractional shares trading for almost any US stocks for its clients. Fractional shares means stock units that are less than one full share.
Why Offer Fractional Shares Trading?
To broaden access to more expensive stocks, offering diversity for your portfolio. Fractional shares trading allows you to trade in smaller amounts, making your (small/ leftover) cash balance work harder for you instead of letting them lay idle in your cash account.
Infolinks is an advertising platform for both advertisers and publishers. Founded in 2007, Infolinks allows website owners to monetize their website using Infolinks’s ad combination of InFold, InTag, InText, InFrame and InArticle. Getting the ads set up is as simple as placing the ads.txt file on your website.
What is great about Infolinks is that Infolinks conforms to the Google Adsense guidelines and Infolinks and Google Adsense work together perfectly. Also, there is no minimum requirements for page views or visitors to qualify.
Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through to make a purchase. …
Barking up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker is a light-hearted book how to be successful and lead a happier life. He redefines what people mean by success in life. In every chapter, Eric Barker shows the readers both extreme sides of an argument to convince us why a balanced conclusion is the best outcome. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to be awesome and happy in life.
In this article, I present to you the key concepts of his book.
Chapter 1: Should we play it safe and do what we are told if we want to succeed? …
1. Be a long- term, passive investor
Since my investment horizon is long (meaning I expect to be working for at least the next 30 years), I have the luxury to be aggressive in my investment choices. However, looking at my current state of income and savings, apparently it is rather pathetic. Hence, I have to be pragmatic in my approach.
Below pointers are what I have implemented:
- Buying REITS to collect dividends
- Buying Blue Chip stocks as they are more stable and some even pay out dividends
- Buying into Indexes and ETF’s