Emma Paterson – EzineArticles.com Expert Author

Emma Paterson began applying SEO strategies for her own website Money Saving Spy which launched in London in 2009. At the time Emma was working as Head of Media for a large British online advertising agency. By 2011 her website was performing so well that she was able to trade-in the corporate career and travel the world.

Emma’s first and last stop was Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. After just a couple of months she realized there was a substantial need in the market for online marketing specialists. She decided to stay and founded Performance Marketing Asia, an online marketing agency offering services such as SEO content writing and affiliate marketing to clients in Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, the U.K. and the U.S.

Emma’s writing expertise balances article content with proven SEO techniques while retaining the core story, never compromising on entertainment and information.

If you have any queries or article suggestions please feel free to get in touch!

More from Emma Paterson

Exercise Proven To Relieve Hot Flashes Symptoms

Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: April 23, 2014

The Harvard Medical School releases regular health publications; one called ‘Exercise to improve menopausal symptoms’ recently caught my eye. Probably because the last blog I wrote on this topic; Can women beat hot flashes with exercise met with several disagreements and women telling me they have been exercising regularly for years and have yet to experience relief from hot flashes. Alas we are all different, a tonic for some may prove useless for others, but there is no denying some women see a definite improvement in their menopause symptom’s intensity and frequency when they exercise.

The Best Article Writing Tips I’ve Read

Writing and Speaking: Article Marketing • Published: April 1, 2014

If you have a website you probably write content on a semi-regular basis, and if you are SEO savvy you will no doubt optimize and syndicate your blog too. But is that enough? There is so much search engine optimized content out there, and most of it is often the same old topic regurgitated. So how do you get your blog to stand out from the crowd?

Five Top Tips For Getting Back To Sleep

Health and Fitness: Home Health Care • Published: March 17, 2014

A common complaint we hear from both men and women is that they are fed up with suffering from sleep deprivation. As we all know too well, not getting a good night’s sleep is no joke. Sleep deprivation can make you lethargic and irritable. Your cross disposition can have a knock-on effect to both the personal and professional relationships in your life. It’s not just waking-up frequently – often from prostate health problems in men, or the dreaded night sweats suffered by menopausal women – that is the main problem. It’s the inability to get back to sleep that causes the real frustration. So we did some research and found some tricks you can add to your arsenal for getting back to the land of ZZZs and wake up feeling refreshed.

Erectile Dysfunction – Roots And Remedies

Health and Fitness: Mental Health • Published: March 6, 2014

Erectile dysfunction (ED) most commonly affects men over a certain age, with fifty percent of American males over fifty having experienced ED at some point during their life. Try not to despair though, many men stay active in the boudoir even well into their 90s. It is not age alone that determines performance. There are a many medical reasons which can also affect sexual function.

Smoking Can Cause Menopause To Start 2 Years Early

Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: February 21, 2014

A recent study by the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia revealed some interesting findings on menopause. It has found that white women who smoke and carry specific gene variants are more likely to start their menopause earlier than those who do not.

Higher Educated Women Have Less Menopausal Hot Flashes

Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: February 6, 2014

Interesting findings from a recent menopause study, undertaken by the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, have just been released. The researchers studied two hundred and fifty five mature ladies for several years and noted that eighty percent of the women suffered with hot flashes during their menopause, with symptoms ranging from moderate to severe in intensity. Seventeen percent reported only having mild ones and a lucky three percent did not suffer with hot flashes at all.

A Guide To China’s SEO Industry

Internet and Businesses Online: SEO • Published: February 5, 2014

If you are thinking of branching out and trying to sell your products or services in China, then you will have no doubt learnt that the rules are very different, as are the search engines. So I thought it might be helpful to put together an SEO guide for those targeting the enormously potential Chinese market.

Manage Night Sweats With Balanced Vitamin Intake

Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: January 24, 2014

With aging and menopause there arises certain conditions, such as the dreaded night sweats, which sadly we have no control over. Maintaining a healthy balanced diet and combining it with regular exercise can however, in some cases, help to reduce particular ailments that commonly arise in the course of a woman’s change.

Exercise To Beat Menopause Night Sweats and Hot Flashes

Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: January 16, 2014

Did you know that only one in twenty menopausal women who exercise regularly suffer with hot flashes and night sweats? I know that exercise is a dreaded word for many women over a certain age, but once you get started it really isn’t so bad. The trick is finding something you enjoy and combining it with a healthier lifestyle; quitting smoking, drinking less and eating better is always a winning health combination. It not only helps with the awful sweating but also lessens the risk of more serious issues associated with aging, such as osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease.

Google Analytics ‘Not Provided’ – The Future For SEO Keywords

Business: Strategic Planning • Published: January 16, 2014

If you’ve been looking at your keyword data in Google analytics, you will of course be aware of the frustrating ‘not provided’ section. Sadly it’s becoming much more dominant in terms of percentage and we suspect the future outlook is bleak; with all keywords being hidden from SEO professionals. Google’s decision not to display this data could be more detrimental than either the Penguin or Panda updates were. Many websites suffered terribly when these updates were rolled out, many of which have still not fully recovered.

Do We Finally Have Competition for the Big Six Energy Suppliers?

Finance: Budgeting • Published: November 27, 2013

With winter creeping upon UK households energy prices are once again at the forefront of people’s minds, especially given the recent price increase announcements. There is however some good news, at long last we have some new kids on the block, a block which has appeared impenetrable for quite some time.

Ayurvedic Health Benefits

Health and Fitness: Alternative • Published: November 19, 2013

Wouldn’t the world be a boring place if we all did and liked the same things? But where do individual preferences come from? Are we born a certain way or does our childhood shape and influence who we are as an adult? So far, no one really knows why we are the way we are. There are of course numerous theories, one of which, according to Ayurveda, an ancient health science which originated in India, is that the way we are in life is determined by our dominant ‘dosha’ which can be manipulated by the types of food we consume. Giving literal meaning to the old saying ‘You are what you eat’

Walking Regularly Lowers Risk of Breast Cancer

Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: November 18, 2013

The journal, Cancer Epidemiology, recently published a lengthy study on how walking is being linked to a reduced risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. The women in this study were only using walking as a regular form of exercise during leisure time. This adds to the ever growing pile of evidence, linking women who exercise regularly, to having less chance of getting breast cancer.

Is The Way Women Approach Menopause Changing?

Health and Fitness: Anti Aging • Published: November 18, 2013

Menopause and its symptoms have of course not changed, the process is still the same but are attitudes towards the menopause changing? Traditionally this was a sign you were passed it, ready for the proverbial knacker’s yard even; but now with retirement age increasing and general longevity improving, women seem to be more and more comfortable this topic. Karen Giblin, founder of Red Hot Mamas says “”Women are becoming more accepting of the physical and emotional challenges that are associated with menopause and accepting them as natural, transitional changes,” Menopause symptoms to look out for…

Enlarged Prostate? Frequent Urination Getting You Down?

Health and Fitness: Mens Issues • Published: October 21, 2013

Most men over a certain age will inevitably suffer with prostate health at some stage during their life. Being mindful of this and looking out for symptoms which may indicate something is not quite functioning as it used to, should help you and your doctor to detect and diagnose possible problems earlier.

5 Foods Not So Great For Prostate Health

Health and Fitness: Mens Issues • Published: October 16, 2013

We have told you about the top foods for maintaining prostate health so thought it might be useful to highlight the foods which may not be so good. These are everyday common foods which most of us consume regularly, we’re not suggesting you live like a vegan we just want to keep you updated so you can make better, more informed decisions about your diet and prostate health. Everything in moderation is always a useful barometer I find.

Prostate Cancer Test ‘Mi-Prostate Score’ More Effective Than PSA Score?

Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: October 14, 2013

There has been a breakthrough in prostate cancer screening which could allow doctors to diagnose the disease much earlier in some cases. The current screening test for prostate cancer has traditionally been done with a blood test which measures a patient’s prostate specific antigen (PSA). While being useful, this test does not give doctors an entire overview of what is going on.

Six Top Tips for Maintaining Prostate Health

Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: October 8, 2013

It is a sad reality that most men over a certain age will encounter prostate problems, you may be familiar with the word ‘benign prostatic hyperplasia’ (BPH) a term used for an increase in size of the prostate. The bigger the size of your enlarged prostate doesn’t necessarily mean your symptoms will be worse. Sometimes very large prostates can cause only a slight irritation whereas a small increase can sometimes be very bothersome.

The 5 Best Free Festivals In The UK

Travel and Leisure: Budget Travel • Published: June 9, 2013

There’s no denying that festivals such as Reading, Glastonbury and The Isle of Wight are heavens for live music lovers. They’re a chance to celebrate the best British and International acts, including golden-oldies and the latest up-and-coming talent. Sadly, paying for tickets, camping gear, food, drink and transportation can cost a small fortune. After tickets are booked we’re all familiar with that feeling of meteorological dread; we find ourselves praying to sun-gods to prevent the now traditional downpours that can leave revellers mired in a muddy, miserable bog.

Child Poverty: Advice for Parents on Income Support

Finance • Published: May 29, 2013

According to gingerbread.org.uk, 50% of children in a single parent family are being brought up in a state poverty, as opposed to 25% in two parent households. I suppose it is to be expected: one parent equals one income. There does seem to be a lot of support available from charities and various government schemes, however, finding out what’s available to you isn’t always that easy. I’ve looked at some of the issues surrounding child poverty in the UK and whether help is on-hand.

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