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How To Double Your Website Traffic And Rank Higher On Google In 5 Simple Steps

In 2017, 79 percent of all global desktop search traffic came from Google.<p>Most companies, whether they’re e-commerce or corporate sites, have valuable content that’s useful for users and for their customers. But if that information isn’t making it on the first few pages of Google, it’s likely it’ll …

Web Design

19 incredible places where you'll find heaven on Earth

Cape Town

20 great lake and mountain holidays in Europe

Summer holidays don’t have to mean sea and sand. We pick breaks amid mountains and by tranquil lakes to suit lovers of long hikes, high-energy activity – or just dreamy upland vistas<p><b>Trail running,</b> <b>Dolomites, Italy</b><p><b>Stay</b> Mountain huts<b><br>Suits</b> Hardened runners<br>It sounds easy: “Cruising over rocky passes and …

European Travel

7 Colorful Destinations you Must See Once in your Life

Dozens of destinations across the globe are worth the trip for different reasons, but these lakes and rivers are special. Instead of the beautiful …

New Zealand

5 Stunning Places You've Probably Never Heard of but Need to See, According to a Woman Who's Traveled to 100 Countries (Video)

Traveling is always an exciting experience, but nothing quite compares to discovering something new.<p>Unfortunately, the prospect of visiting uncharted …

World War II

25 of the world's most surreal landscapes

National Parks

France by rail: 10 of the best summer trips

As French rail company SNCF releases tickets for travel in France this summer, we suggest 10 great towns and cities to visit by train from the UK<p>If you’re considering a holiday in France by train this summer, now’s the time to book. French rail company SNCF released its summer fares on Thursday (29 …

France

The Ultimate Trip to Peru, Planned by Travel + Leisure Editors

On this nine-day bookable vacation, part of Travel + Leisure’s Great Adventure trip series with luxury outfitter Butterfield and Robinson, you’ll …

South America

To hell with going off the beaten track: Ten drama-free destinations

• Share<br>• Post on facebook wall<br>• Share on twitter<br>• Share via Email<br>• Pin to Pinterest<br>• Share on Google Plus<p>You don't get many bragging rights from "nice". You …

New Zealand

Why I fell in love with Slovenia

Love was in the air the moment US writer Noah Charney set foot in Ljubljana. And after he met his future wife, there was a whole country to get passionate about, with dramatic landscapes, curious traditions and great food<p>Back in 2000, as an American student studying in London, I embarked on a …

European Travel

Forget Chianti – these are the five hidden corners of Tuscany you must visit

Saturday morning in Gaiole in Chianti, a little town in the Tuscan heartland. A summer Saturday. A hint of cool in the air, but the promise of a beautiful day to come. Shopkeepers are raising their shutters and the Bar Centrale is doing a brisk trade in brioches and cappuccinos.<p>Up and down the …

26 hiking trails around the world that should be on your bucket list

Below is a list of breathtaking trails that span all difficulty levels.<p>From Japan's Yoshida Trail to Argentina's Fitz Roy Trek, here are 26 hikes worth traveling for.

Hiking

27 Easy Pasta Recipes That Don't Use Sauce From A Jar, Because You Deserve Better

You want to make dinner with your eyes closed and both hands tied behind your back, right? It’s just a guess, based on the internet’s mass hysteria over sheet pan dinner recipes and 3-ingredient weeknight wonders.<p>There’s only one problem with recipes prepared by blindfolded, shackled cooks: They …

Cooking

How to make $400,000 a year writing about what you love — according to someone who's doing it

After posting my blogging income report from last year (where I made $401,681 with my blogging side hustle), I've been getting a lot of reader questions about how much money can you actually make blogging? I think blogging is the perfect side hustle because you can do it in your own time, you can …

Marketing

Europe's best-kept secrets: 20 places you'd never thought to visit (but really should)

Keeping these 12 plants in your home can improve your health — and they're almost impossible to kill

Eating plants isn't the only way to reap their benefits. Science has shown that keeping a simple houseplant can do wonders for your health.<p>Horticulturist Marc Hachadourian, the director of the Nolen Greenhouses at the New York Botanical Garden, told us that plants benefit both your physical and …

Plants

Four recipes for classic quick pasta sauces

Basil pesto<p>Don’t skimp on the nuts and cheese here. To use as a pasta sauce, spoon the pesto into a large bowl and add just-cooked, drained pasta.<i><br>Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat by Samin Nosrat, (Canongate)</i><p><b>Makes about 400g</b><br>175ml extra virgin olive oil<br>About 2 big bunches fresh basil leaves, roughly chopped<br>1-2 …

Spices

World's natural wonders: The ultimate list

National Parks

16 Best Train Trips in the World

The journey matters as much as the destination on these ultimate rail adventures.<p>After three decades of riding trains all over the world—rural China, the Swiss Alps, Latin American jungles—I am still thrilled by a classic rail journey. Take The Canadian, where passengers can spend three days …

Trains

Highlights of Denmark: readers’ travel tips

With its 7,000km of coastline and more than 400 islands, Denmark makes a great holiday playground. Follow readers’ advice and it needn’t be expensive either<p>Winning tip: dinner in a Danish kro<p>We travelled around Denmark, sleeping in B&B/hotels, called <i>kroer</i>. These were brilliant. On the menu at every</i> …

European Travel

34 things you can do if you're new to London, according to locals

1<p>A wander down Brick Lane<p>All newbies to London must explore east London! Take a stroll down Brick Lane on a Sunday afternoon and taste delicious …

Hiking

13 Useful Apps for Off the Grid Adventures

These wifi-free apps were designed with remote areas in mind.<p>Though purists may say nothing can replace a printed topographic map, the world’s leading smartphone apps are getting close. Technology is making it easier than ever to get lost in an adventure without getting lost in the wilderness, and …

13 Tips for the Perfect Campervan Trip

Looking to live your best #vanlife? Take this advice.<p>The campervan craze is sweeping the globe. Scan through your social media accounts, and you’re bound to land on someone’s trip through the Pacific Northwest, New Zealand, or Iceland in one of these converted vehicles. Their popularity makes …

The 25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime

Forget Napa — 5 destinations for wine lovers that are off the beaten path

Staying at a winery is a fantastic experience and many vineyard restaurants around the world offer fresh, farm-to-table style dining, prepared by expert chefs in breathtaking locations.<p>While some of these locations can be outrageously expensive, there are wonderful international wine destinations …

Wine

50 Cheap and Easy Slow Cooker Recipes

<i>By Cassandra Talmadge&Samantha Lebofsky</i><p>Imagine: a simple, balanced meal for the whole family in one cozy pot. We’ve got 50.<p>When it comes to culinary …

Wine

Italy on a budget: live la dolce vita at affordable restaurants, hotels and spas

Italy is a nation that loves a bargain, so follow the locals’ example and explore great-value food options, low-cost hotels and cheap – or free – beaches and spas<p>Italians really know how to stretch their euros on holiday. They may have a reputation for living the <i>dolce vita</i>, but they really, <i>really</i> …

Italy