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Bedros says

No matter how bad / good September was, just do not forget to withdraw your money , friends.

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Bedros says

Bluehost – Blogger Type

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Bedros says

It’s the nature of a stock market, no matter how “special” it is.
Because, even though they are uploaded to a certain category, most of the WordPress themes sold here can be used for any purpose.

I am sure that we all see the “irony” here but when the competition gets stronger, competitors start to produce similar items, unfortunately.

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Bedros says

Maybe WordPress.ORG has some incompatibilities with WordPress 4.0? :)

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Bedros says

Yes, DropBox is etremely useful but its a little bit weird lately.

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Bedros says

No matter what, I think Payoneer is the best solution out there to withdraw your money.
No need to deal with anyone, ever. Just go an ATM and take your money. Easy. :)

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Bedros says

Basically , I think reserving a single day in a month to send DMCAs to those thieves is not a bad idea.

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It seems people enjoy having trojans and viruses on their sites…
Haha, yeah :)

Exactly. :)

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Hi Tom,

I think buyers are misinformed by their sources.
Today, being SEO friendly means almost nothing. You have to choose a non-competitive area if you really want to have success on Google, and want to be at the first SERP pages. If you choose a very competitive area, no matter how your theme is SEO friendly, you simply have no chance. Buyers should understand it first.

Being SEO Friendly in “2014 <” means adding relative and useful content in a non-competitive area, and adding articles at least a week. That’s all.
Hi Bedros, Let me not agree with you a bit about competition. I believe it’s more about the model you choose, otherwise a young project like stackoverflow.com should fail definitely but they are everywhere now, if you search for any programming-related question :)

Hi Friends, thanks very much, and I also agree with you. :)

When competition is hard, there comes the importance of user generated content and Interactivity. StackOverflow does it successfully with Google SERPs because of the user generated content, and there are tons of it. I am not saying that what they are doing is easy ; but each day, tons of users are generating useful content for them, and that’s already the receipe for success online. :) Their “bounce-rate” should be as exactly Google wants to see, there are tons of useful content there.

And the same formula is also valid for Evato Marketplaces. Authors are continuously generating content for them (especially the “text” content on item descriptions), Google loves content, and when it comes to Envato and StackOverflow, it’s what Google really likes, because their content is useful to their visitors.

Using a very simple plugin to update your meta Titles and meta Descriptions, following the simple Keyword rules and being careful with “duplicate content-canonical” already are enough for SEO, it’s not rocket science.

SEO is easy now, actually. But good rankings are extremely hard in competitive areas.

Wish you the best , friends,
Bedros

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Bedros says

Hi Tom,

I think buyers are misinformed by their sources.
Today, being SEO friendly means almost nothing. You have to choose a non-competitive area if you really want to have success on Google, and want to be at the first SERP pages. If you choose a very competitive area, no matter how your theme is SEO friendly, you simply have no chance. Buyers should understand it first.

Being SEO Friendly in “2014 <” means adding relative and useful content in a non-competitive area, and adding articles at least a week. That’s all.

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