WordPress Free Plan Tutorial 3: Manual Off-Page SEO

Last week we discussed the non-manual forms of SEO, pieces of search engine optimization that cannot be manually added, but must be worked for. However, there is more to off-page SEO then what we previously discussed. There are other things that must be done outside of our websites, boosting our rankings and increasing our traffic. …

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The Truth About Kobe Bryant

The discussion of Kobe Bryant's death has now reached epic proportions. Every single news channel, website, blog, or business is now discussing it or giving opinions. In discussions ranging from his daughter to the FBI's investigations, Kobe is at the center of every dinner conversation. Ironically, even as the third-greatest basketball player of all time, …

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An Interview With Joshua Swanson

I was recently given the opportunity to talk to my blogging friend Joshua Swanson. Having been familiar with his work for a long time, I was very comfortable asking him questions and having the same directed at me. Needless to say, we had some fun with it in both our question creation and answers. Joshua …

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Kobe Bryant: The Life and Legacy of the Black Mamba

Kobe Bryant, one of the greatest men to ever touch a basketball, died yesterday when his helicopter crashed at around 9:40 A.M (Pacific Standard Time). With him in the helicopter were nine people, including his daughter, Gianna, and Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli. Only hours before his death, Lebron James, small forward for the …

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Throwback Saturday: WordPress Content

Content. Isn't that a word that we hear so often? In a world of decreasing creativity, content is king. The best bloggers find ways to constantly create new content, publishing dozens of unique posts a year. In fact, the #1 defining feature between low-level bloggers and high-level bloggers is content. The most common blog-related questions …

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WordPress Free Plan Tutorial 2: Off-Page SEO

Last week saw the publication of one of Africa Boy's longest posts, a near 2,000 word article on the subject of on-page SEO. The post covered nearly every piece of on-page SEO, including internal linking, title tags, and image optimization. If you haven't read this post, be sure to read it by clicking here. On-page …

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A Father to the Fatherless- How God Fills the Greatest Gaps in an Orphan Heart

Recently, I began reading Randy Alcorn's The Resolution for Men. The book is fantastically written and centers around a call for true, Biblical manhood. After giving a brief description of manhood, Alcorn lays out the true need for fathers, and the numbers he gives are more than astronomical- they are a punch in the gut. …

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Destroying Terror: How to Confront and Defeat the Fear in Our Lives

A few months ago, I published a post on spiritual warfare in Uganda. The post was fairly long (well over 1,000 words) but got to the point quickly- Hollywood has corrupted our definition of spirituality. Through different means, whether media or television, our opinions and beliefs on demonic warfare have been watered down. We do …

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Throwback: The Quirks of Africa

Honestly, one of the most common questions Africa Boy gets is this: "What are some of the funniest things you've seen in Uganda?" Well, after living here for 15.5 years, I have a few that are almost sure to make you laugh. Un-logical Jams. One of the strangest things we find in Uganda is the …

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WordPress Free Plan Tutorial 1: On-Page SEO

On page SEO is one of the most tricky (yet rewarding) SEO fundamentals. Without a base in On-Page work, your site won't get very far. So, before you go off ready to conquer unknown places and acquire "backlink juice", slow down and pour yourself a cup of coffee, because this is going to be fun. …

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Captain America: Gods Avenger

Captain America: God's Avenger was my first-ever guest blog post. Published on the Tesseract Times, a Marvel blog, it most certainly wasn't my best work, but I was quite proud of it at the time. And so, expanding on what I wrote that day, I will do my best to show you that Captain America …

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Throwback Saturday: Christ’s Coffee

Yep, you knew it was coming. Coffee is, after all, one of the Africa Boy pillars. It's what keeps me (and probably you) sane. So, if you aren't a coffee fan, dry your eyes and click that back button, because this post isn't for you. Coffee does make you a better Christian. Of course, I'm …

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The Problem With WordPress SEO (and how to fix it)

Let's face it. In today's world, Search Engine Optimizers are a dime a dozen. It only takes a Google search and a few clicks to find an Optimizer that will help you or, at the very least, give you tips on helping increase your website's traffic. So why write on this at all? Word The …

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300 Followers Celebration!

Well guys, we've hit the next minor milestone. Two days ago, Africa Boy reached 300 followers, 30% of the way to our next major milestone. I can't even tell you guys how excited I am. Africa Boy was created in early March. I reached 100 followers in mid-July, showing that it took over four months …

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3 Fantastic Books That Changed My Life in 2019

Last year was the biggest of my life. I experienced large amounts of growth in certain areas and witnessed several massive changes. I began the hardest school year of my life, was elected as captain of my basketball team, and began this blog. Three massive responsibilities on a sixteen-year-old back. And I wonder why I …

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