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  • Advanced Local SEO Competition Analysis

    Moz Blog
    Casey_Meraz
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Posted by Casey_MerazCompetition in local search is fierce. While it's typical to do some surface level research on your competitors before entering a market, you can go much further down the SEO rabbit hole. In this article we will look at how you can find more competitors, pull their data, and use it to beat them in the search game. Since there are plenty of resources out there on best practices, this guide will assume that you have already followed the best practices for your own listing and are looking for the little things that might make a big difference in putting you over your…
  • Videos on Facebook: Native vs YouTube. Which Wins? by @brentcsutoras

    Search Engine Journal
    Brent Csutoras
    29 Jun 2015 | 11:40 am
    We've heard references eluding to the idea that Facebook was favoring native video uploads vs. third-party video embeds. Here's what we found out.The post Videos on Facebook: Native vs YouTube. Which Wins? by @brentcsutoras appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
  • Digital Marketing Battle Being Won with First Party Data (Study)

    ClickZ News
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:52 am
    A new survey has found that most top marketers are abandoning third-party data, giving rise to greater personalization with first and second-party data.
  • How the Internet of Things Impacts Marketing [Infographic]

    Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog
    Linda Bustos
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:04 am
    This week’s infographic hits a hot topic: the Internet of things and how it impacts Marketing by Marketo, via the Smart Insights Blog.Click to enlarge infographic
  • 5 Reasons You're Not Getting Qualified Leads From AdWords

    Search Engine People Blog
    Robert Brady
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    Potential customers are searching for solutions to their problems every day and AdWords is the perfect way to get in front of them at the exact moment they're looking. They click your ad, show up on your site and convert into a lead for your sales team. Awesome right? Actually, there are many companies where […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog5 Reasons You're Not Getting Qualified Leads From AdWords--Written by Robert Brady, Righteous Marketing The post 5 Reasons You're Not Getting Qualified Leads From AdWords appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
 
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    Moz Blog

  • Advanced Local SEO Competition Analysis

    Casey_Meraz
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Posted by Casey_MerazCompetition in local search is fierce. While it's typical to do some surface level research on your competitors before entering a market, you can go much further down the SEO rabbit hole. In this article we will look at how you can find more competitors, pull their data, and use it to beat them in the search game. Since there are plenty of resources out there on best practices, this guide will assume that you have already followed the best practices for your own listing and are looking for the little things that might make a big difference in putting you over your…
  • How Google May Use Searcher, Usage, & Clickstream Behavior to Impact Rankings - Whiteboard Friday

    randfish
    25 Jun 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Posted by randfishA recent patent from Google suggests a new kind of influence in the rankings that has immense implications for marketers. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand discusses what it says, what that means, and adds a twist of his own to get us thinking about where Google might be heading. For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard. Click on it to open a high resolution image in a new tab! Video TranscriptionHowdy, Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. This week let's chat about some things that Google is learning about web searchers and web…
  • How to Rid Your Website of Six Common Google Analytics Headaches

    amandaecking
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:32 am
    Posted by amandaeckingThis post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc.I've been in and out of Google Analytics (GA) for the past five or so years agency-side. I've seen three different code libraries, dozens of new different features and reports roll out, IP addresses stop being reported, and keywords not-so-subtly phased out of the free platform. Analytics has been a focus of mine for the past year or so—mainly, making…
  • How to Build Links in Person

    RuthBurrReedy
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:14 pm
    Posted by RuthBurrReedyThe important thing to remember when you're trying to attract links—real, powerful, high-quality, authoritative links—is that behind each of those links is a person. The kinds of links that Google wants you to build are the kinds of links that you get when a real live person decides to share or link to your content. That great content you're creating is designed to be the kind of stuff people like to share, but getting people to share it often requires outreach. When you ask someone to read and possibly share your content, even if it's content you think they'll…
  • What to See, Do, and More at MozCon 2015 in Seattle

    EricaMcGillivray
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:30 am
    Posted by EricaMcGillivrayOne of our favorite things about MozCon is introducing all of you to Seattle. We love our city, and besides three days of marketing learning, we also host three night events and facilitate other fun activities. We are currently sold out! Join the wait list or pre-purchase your MozCon videos! Check out the full schedule if you're interested in knowing more about the MozCon sessions. Birds-of-a-feather tables at lunchAfter many requests for more community connecting, this year, we're launching birds-of-a-feather tables during each lunch. There will be eight labeled…
 
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    ClickZ News

  • Digital Marketing Battle Being Won with First Party Data (Study)

    29 Jun 2015 | 9:52 am
    A new survey has found that most top marketers are abandoning third-party data, giving rise to greater personalization with first and second-party data.
  • 5 Questions in 5 Minutes With Facebook

    27 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    At Cannes Lions, ClickZ caught up with some of Facebook's executives to talk about mobile, Instagram and more.
  • 5 PPC Tips from ClickZ Live Toronto

    26 Jun 2015 | 12:34 pm
    To have the best possible PPC campaigns, Finhas Jhaveri of Allstate Insurance recommmends paying equal attention to branded and generic keywords and thinking in terms of different devices.
  • Tweets of the Week: #LoveWins

    26 Jun 2015 | 10:09 am
    This week's tweets include the NBA draft and take your pet to work day, but marriage equality in the U.S. was the showstopper, sending Twitter into a frenzy.
  • Snapchat Leads to 'Bestie Brands' #CZLTO

    26 Jun 2015 | 7:59 am
    It may seem like a flash in the pan, but compared with Facebook and Twitter, Snapchat gives marketers a better chance to create close relationships with consumers, according to a ClickZ Live Toronto session.
 
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    Bruce Clay, Inc. Blog

  • Apps 101: Deep Linking, App Indexing and Why They Matter

    John Alexander
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Apps 101: Deep Linking, App Indexing and Why They Matter was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Apps are largely considered the new SEO frontier. Mobile app usage is growing at an incredible rate and shows no sign of slowing. Overall app usage grew by 76 percent in 2014, and lifestyle apps in particular saw 174 percent growth. If you have an app or are developing an app, app indexation and deep linking are things you definitely need to be paying attention to. Basically, Google wants to treat your app like a website. It wants to crawl it and…
  • Free SEO Tool Alert! Quick Backlink Snapshot from the Lightweight Link Analysis Report

    Melanie Saxe
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:54 pm
    Free SEO Tool Alert! Quick Backlink Snapshot from the Lightweight Link Analysis Report was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Along with the SEOToolSet Pro suite of diagnostic tools, Bruce Clay, Inc. offers free and free-standing versions of some of the same tools. There are 10 free SEO tools that anyone can use without logging in from the free SEO tools page of SEOToolSet.com. Though “lite,” they are powerful enough to give you valuable information that you can utilize to create and strengthen your SEO strategy. If you’re not familiar…
  • Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities

    Melanie Saxe
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
    Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Traffic comes to a website through many avenues, and mobile’s a major highway.  As digital marketers and business owners, it’s our job to ensure this road is the shortest, easiest route to our products or services; potential clients, current customers, and the search engines all expect this of us. If you haven’t embraced mobile search engine marketing, don’t worry. You can start now. This comprehensive Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities covers how to reach your…
  • In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business?

    Kristi Kellogg
    16 Jun 2015 | 9:43 am
    In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business? was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Devising or revising an SEO strategy for your business and wondering whether or not to go with an in-house SEO or an SEO agency? It’s a common – and good – question to be asking. The answer depends on your budget and your goals. Each option comes with its own benefits – and in a perfect world you would likely have both. Here’s Bruce Clay’s take on the issue: “It’s crucial to stay current with the latest SEO…
  • How to Set Up Google Search Console – Free Search Engine Optimization & Webmaster Tools for Your Website

    Paula Allen
    10 Jun 2015 | 11:39 am
    How to Set Up Google Search Console – Free Search Engine Optimization & Webmaster Tools for Your Website was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. If you have a website, then you ought to know about Google Search Console. Formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools, this free software is like a dashboard of instruments that let you manage your site. Seriously, unless you prefer running your online business blindfolded, getting this set up should be any webmaster’s SEO priority. In this article, you learn step-by-step how to set up a…
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    Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

  • Link scheming vs. link building: how to decide where to get links

    23 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    The more of your competitors believe that link building is dead, the better for your own company. The truth is that links are still the most important factor for Google's ranking algorithm. However, the type of link that points to your website makes a huge difference.
  • How the hub finder tool can help you to greatly improve your rankings

    16 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    Are you living in a bad neighborhood? Your website might be. The websites that link to your site help Google understand what other sites are similar to your site. It's a surprise to many webmasters that it is also important to which other web pages these websites link.
  • Ride the wave: why change is good for your business

    9 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    Search engine optimization (SEO) is continually evolving. Things that worked great in the past can trigger a ranking penalty today. Technology is always undergoing change and you have to make sure that you do the right things if you do not want to become obsolete tomorrow.
  • New in SEOprofiler: the brand-new Ranking Profiler tool

    2 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    The Ranking Profiler tool in SEOprofiler enables you to spy on the Google rankings of your competitors. We collect and analyze massive amounts of data for millions of domains and keywords. Reveal the secret SEO strategies of your competitors.
  • The first SEO tool with full HTTPS support

    26 May 2015 | 7:36 am
    Google is a big proponent of the "HTTPS everywhere" idea. Enhanced data security is a good thing. That's why we have decided to make our SEOprofiler web pages all-HTTPS, all the time, for everyone.
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    SEO by the Sea

  • How Google May Trigger Answer Box Results for Queries

    Bill Slawski
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:31 pm
    So, one of the big questions in SEO these days is why some queries end up triggering Answer Boxes in search results, and others don’t. A Recent Bloomberg article explores how Google might use machine learning to answer questions, titled, Google’s New AI Can Answer Dumb IT Questions or Tell You the Meaning of Life. I came across the article after having read a patent application at Google that covered similar ground.The point behind the patent was to identify sources of answers to queries, that are in the shape of Answer Boxes, as seen in this search result: As this patent application…
  • Ranking in Google Since The Advent of The Knowledge Graph

    Bill Slawski
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:49 am
    Tonight, I am joining Barbara Starr in giving a two Person Presentation in San Diego, at the Courtyard San Diego in Old Town, titled Ranking in Google Since the Advent of the Knowledge Graph. The presentation is a meetup cohosted by a few different local meetup groups: The SEO San Diego Meetup The SEM San Diego Meetup The Lotico San Diego Semantic Web The presentation for tonight’s meetup is: Ranking in Google Since The Advent of The Knowledge Graph from Bill Slawski If you are able to attend, it would be nice seeing you there. Copyright © 2015 SEO by the Sea. This Feed is for…
  • How Google May Classify Sites as Low Quality Sites

    Bill Slawski
    22 Jun 2015 | 10:17 am
    A mural in Carlsbad, Ca. On Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Barbara Starr and I are giving a two person Presentation to the SEO San Diego Meetup, SEM San Diego Meetup, and Lotico Semantic Web San Diego Meetup Groups, titled Ranking in Google Since The Advent of The Knowledge Graph. Barbara and I have been looking at a lot of patents while preparing for the presentation, and one of the topic areas that we were going to discuss was Quality Scores, since one of the patents that mentions adding “Buy Now” buttons to paid search listings in search results, may do so only if the sites being…
  • How Google May Choose Sitelinks in Search Results Based upon Visual or Functional Significance (Updated)

    Bill Slawski
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:06 pm
    Added 6-17-2015 – It’s not clear from the new patent filings, but from feedback I received on Twitter from Mathieu Janin, at https://twitter.com/Matt_Refeo, it appears that Google may be showing sitelinks for pages that aren’t just the home pages of a site. As Mathieu tweeted to me: These sitelinks appear to be from an internal page on this site. I performed this query again on the french version of Google, and it is showing sitelinks for an internal page on the site: Sitelinks appearing for an internal page on the site. Himanshu Sharma also reported a similar result on…
  • Google Maps Using Photos to Identify Spam?

    Bill Slawski
    11 Jun 2015 | 11:13 am
    A couple of interesting patent applications surfaced at Google recently, involving the use of photography in Local Search, to identify whether or not businesses actually exist, or might be closed, or might be Web Spam. Google Street View Car in Bristol, Byrion Smith, Some rights reserved The first of these looks at Street Views images, and is: Systems and Methods of Correlating Business Information to Determine Spam, Closed Businesses, and Ranking Signals Inventors: Andrea Frome, Howard Wellington Trickey, Melanie Clements, Ethan G. Russell, Paul Eastlund, Diego Ariel Gertzenstein, Douglas…
 
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    SEO Theory

  • 5 Reasons Why You Cannot Use Science to Show How Links Influence Search Results

    Michael Martinez
    16 Jun 2015 | 7:10 am
    Reason No. 1: You Use A Correlation Study to Reverse Engineer a Complex Algorithm You cannot reverse engineer Google’s algorithm but some people still try to do that.  Because Google makes “thousands of changes” to its crawling, indexing, and ranking processes every…Read more →
  • Why Do Google Employees Keep Spreading False Information on HTTPS?

    Michael Martinez
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    HTTPS does not protect user privacy.  Anyone who tells you it does either does not understand how the Internet works or they are lying to you.  I don’t know why anyone should lie about HTTPS so let’s just say that a…Read more →
  • 1001 Lessons I Have Learned from 16 Years of SEO

    Michael Martinez
    2 Jun 2015 | 11:45 am
    Lesson Number 1: Never Trust a Headline on a Blog According to conventional wisdom, “recent research”, all your favorite blogging experts, and everyone’s favorite Internet-savvy great-grandma, using odd numbers in article headlines increases social engagement (whatever that means) and triggers…Read more →
  • Results of an Experiment Using 301 and 302 Redirects

    Michael Martinez
    1 Jun 2015 | 6:47 am
    How do the major search engines like Bing and Google handle redirects?  We have run so many experiments through the years that one might expect everyone to be on the same page about this.  Then again, as search algorithms change,…Read more →
  • How to Include High Quality Signals on Your Website

    Michael Martinez
    21 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Set aside your lists of “Google Ranking Factors”. Set aside your expectations of “rankings”, “traffic”, and “conversions”. Just look at your Website and ask yourself, “Of all the sites I look at every day, is this one the best I…Read more →
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    StepForth Web Marketing Inc.

  • SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 224 – June 24th, 2015

    Sarah-Hannah Bedard
    24 Jun 2015 | 1:38 pm
    Google Says It May Unverify Inactive Local Business Listings if businesses  haven’t logged in within six months.  Plus they discuss syndicated content at the request of a SEO 101 Google+ community member as Ross Dunn and John Carcutt discuss a posted article that explains how you can safely syndicate without screwing up your SEO.This June 24th SEO 101 podcast is available now: This June 24th SEO 101 podcast is available now: listen or download (right click and save). You can also find all past shows on iTunes.  Tune in to SEO 101 LIVE every Wednesday at 2pm PST / 4pm EST…
  • SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 223 – June 3rd, 2015

    Sarah-Hannah Bedard
    3 Jun 2015 | 4:01 pm
    Ross Dunn and John Carcutt followup on their discussion on Social Media Can Impact Your SEO. They debunk what they dont think applies from increased domain rankings to personalized results to relevant keywords and more. This June 3rd SEO 101 podcast is available now: listen or download (right click and save). You can also find all past shows on iTunes.  Tune in to SEO 101 LIVE every Wednesday at 2pm PST / 4pm EST on www.WebmasterRadio.FM The post SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 223 – June 3rd, 2015 appeared first on StepForth Web Marketing Inc..
  • SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 222 – May 27th, 2015

    Sarah-Hannah Bedard
    27 May 2015 | 3:58 pm
    Ross Dunn and John Carcutt go through 8 Ways Social Media Can Impact Your SEO. They go through the list below: Brand Awareness: “people who have heard about you on social media search in Google for branded keywords” – no = search behavior Link Potential: “social sharing can result in citations and links” Personalized Results: “Google+ posts rank in Google; +1-ed content ranks higher; pictures of authors in your circle are visible” Increased Domain Rankings: “the more your content is shared, the higher your rankings will be.” Social Media Sites Get High Rankings: “your…
  • SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 221 – May 20th, 2015

    Sarah-Hannah Bedard
    20 May 2015 | 3:57 pm
    Hosts Ross Dunn and John Carcutt dive into Google’s thin content and Hub Pages as well as chat about more Panda news.   This May 20th SEO 101 podcast is available now: listen or download (right click and save). You can also find all past shows on iTunes.  Tune in to SEO 101 LIVE every Wednesday at 2pm PST / 4pm EST on www.WebmasterRadio.FM The post SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 221 – May 20th, 2015 appeared first on StepForth Web Marketing Inc..
  • SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 220 – May 13th, 2015

    Sarah-Hannah Bedard
    13 May 2015 | 3:56 pm
    On Today’s show hosts Ross Dunn and John Carcutt discuss their 5000 mark on Google+ along with buying Domains and the reasons why Mobilegeddon happened in the first place. This May 13th SEO 101 podcast is available now: listen or download (right click and save). You can also find all past shows on iTunes.  Tune in to SEO 101 LIVE every Wednesday at 2pm PST / 4pm EST on www.WebmasterRadio.FM The post SEO 101 Podcast – Episode 220 – May 13th, 2015 appeared first on StepForth Web Marketing Inc..
 
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    The Search Agents

  • How Exactly Do Sitelinks Affect PPC Performance?

    Daniel Carr-Crawford
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Using Various Paid Search Ad Extensions to Gauge Online Performance     Today, too many search marketers struggle with both increasing search volume while also systematically measuring the origins of that growing traffic. This kind of visibility can crucially impact where you choose to position spend, and ultimately, which audience segments your advertisements reach. It’s basically like you’ve been swimming with your eyes closed all this time, and suddenly you get a pair of goggles – serious game changer. In fact, we recently helped a client struggling with this very issue.
  • Finding More Volume in Paid Search

    Cassandra Caswell-Stirling
    9 Jun 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Clients are always looking for more volume and more efficiency, whether by way of driving more traffic to their sites or by gaining more conversions, sales, or leads. While it is nearly impossible to get both at the same time, there are a few ways to boost volume on your paid search campaigns without breaking the bank. In this post, we’ll outline two different strategies – working with what you’ve got and branching out into uncharted territory. We’ll also only address paid search, since display is a different beast altogether. Working with What You’ve Got Optimize Current Campaigns…
  • Structured Data Gets a Face Lift

    David Garcia
    29 May 2015 | 1:47 pm
    New Schema.org Vocabularies and Terms Introduced Photo via http://www.unclutter.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Label-Maker.png Schema.org, essentially the Dewey Decimal-style organization governing how the Internet categorizes and distributes both digital and real-world information, has been hard at work expanding its full hierarchy of structured data types. Since Schema.org, comprised of Internet experts from Google, Bing, and Yahoo, started back in June 2011, many industries and groups have requested the organization expand its support database to include specific terms to categorize real…
  • Are App Installs Google’s Next Mobilegeddon Move?

    Jimmy O'Donnell
    30 Apr 2015 | 10:19 am
    Google Rolls Out App Install Button in Search Results Amidst the ado, hubbub, and general hullabaloo concerning Mobilegeddon, Mopocalypse, or whatever you want to call it, Google quietly rolled out a smaller, separate mobile update a week prior to April 21st. Well, “smaller” in terms of scope, but perhaps not in terms of importance. Google’s App Indexing specifications have been around for some time now, but they’ve never been as impactful as they are now. Back in February, Google announced that information from indexed apps was a ranking factor for signed-in Android users with the…
  • Is Search Getting Too Personal?

    Mary Hayes
    29 Apr 2015 | 12:54 pm
    In the days of yore, SEO was a very different creature compared to what it is today—part panda, part penguin, part hummingbird, and let’s face it, part human. With each evolutionary development, search marketers find themselves scrambling to keep up. Keeping up with these changes can sometimes feel like walking into a crime scene. You see the outcome immediately, but the cause is hardly ever staring you straight in the face. You first have to dig for clues (data). Then you have to try to piece them together (analysis), come up with a theory, and find the evidence to back it up (test). One…
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    Techipedia | Tamar Weinberg

  • 17 Productivity Tools for the Ultimate Business Gain

    Tamar Weinberg
    11 Jun 2015 | 5:54 am
    Every so often, I reevaluate the tools I use to see if something is better. I’m very open and flexible about discovering new technologies because I strive for efficiencies, especially as my work environment is not the same as most others. In short, I work remotely. I’ve worked successfully with many teams that have been distributed across the world and the startup that is now a media powerhouse was originally established with several of the key players working across continents. In short, it’s easy to work remotely these days, especially with the tools available to us in…
  • Social Media Purism Stupidity is what Gets You Fired

    Tamar Weinberg
    8 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Ten years ago, social media marketing did not exist. There were online communities. People participated on those communities. It became possible, all of the sudden, for marketers to participate within those communities because they saw an opportunity. And so, all of the sudden, this pure network of sorts became a place for marketers, as they always do, to capitalize upon. In the beginning, a core group of social media marketers were making waves on sites that have since shut down, creating the foundation for social media marketing as we see it today. This very small group of social media…
  • 5 People Focused Social and Data Tools You Should Be Using

    Tamar Weinberg
    15 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    I absolutely love people data. In today’s day and age, knowing everything about your business–including the people interacting within and beyond it–is of critical importance to your success as a company. Therefore, I am always running after tools that help me learn more about the people I am working with or conversing with online. While I say I don’t accept story pitches for Techipedia, for people-focused tools in the same category as the below, I’d gladly make an exception. This is an area I am very passionate about. Since my business is 100% online, it’s…
  • What’s Your Work Ethic? An Argument for Remote Employees

    Tamar Weinberg
    19 Mar 2015 | 5:45 am
    We live in a connected culture. Whereas a mere decade ago, we were on a slower Internet (for the most part), strides in technology have enabled us to be more productive in our online communications. Email is still a pretty ubiquitous method of chatting with people around the world whether for business or pleasure, and new collaboration tools such as Slack and HipChat create always-on virtual meeting experiences. Video chat speaks to our accountability for our presence by a computer, and facilitates global meetings, enabling a seamless culture wherever one is. Our cellular devices are…
  • Does Social Media Impact Sales at Tobacco and Adult Themed Stores?

    Tamar Weinberg
    11 Feb 2015 | 6:46 am
    What is the value of social media as it relates to retail ROI? Is there a point in putting sharing buttons on my e-commerce website if I don’t know how that translates to actionable data regarding revenue? Everyone is doing things with respect to social, but in e-commerce, what is the point? Can I even truly attribute social data to return on investment? These are good and absolutely fair questions. AddShoppers** is one of the coolest technologies I have ever seen for the e-commerce space and is the only offering I have encountered that has such a breadth of data on social ROI in online…
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    Search Engine People Blog

  • 5 Reasons You're Not Getting Qualified Leads From AdWords

    Robert Brady
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    Potential customers are searching for solutions to their problems every day and AdWords is the perfect way to get in front of them at the exact moment they're looking. They click your ad, show up on your site and convert into a lead for your sales team. Awesome right? Actually, there are many companies where […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog5 Reasons You're Not Getting Qualified Leads From AdWords--Written by Robert Brady, Righteous Marketing The post 5 Reasons You're Not Getting Qualified Leads From AdWords appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
  • 10 Tools To Help With The Content Creation Process

    Steven Eastlack
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    If there is one thing small businesses don't lack, it's access to a wide variety of tools to aide in the content creation process. The only true way to figure out which tool you enjoy using the most and find works best is to test them out. But, it helps to have a starting point […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog10 Tools To Help With The Content Creation Process--Written by Steven Eastlack, Surefire Social The post 10 Tools To Help With The Content Creation Process appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
  • Remarketing Frequency Capping Through Membership Duration & Impression Limits

    Nick Supapol
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    I'm still amazed whenever I bring up retargeting to new clients and they have no clue what I'm talking about. That's until I follow up with, "you know, the ads that stalk you everywhere you go." Without fail, they know exactly what I'm talking about. If marketers and business owners associate remarketing with stalking, imagine […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO BlogRemarketing Frequency Capping Through Membership Duration & Impression Limits--Written by Nick Supapol, The post Remarketing Frequency Capping Through Membership Duration & Impression Limits appeared first on Search…
  • How To Execute A Killer Outreach and Link Building Campaign

    Gary Dek
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    I cringe every time a blogger says "content is king". I don't think content has ever been king because the cliche implies that content trumps all and we all know that just isn't true. Content alone does not drive traffic to a new blog. In fact, great content is only self-sustaining when you already have […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO BlogHow To Execute A Killer Outreach and Link Building Campaign--Written by Gary Dek, StartABlog123.com The post How To Execute A Killer Outreach and Link Building Campaign appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
  • StumbleUpon Drives More Traffic Than Reddit: How To Use it Effectively

    Alicia Thomas
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    I know what you're thinking - people still use StumbleUpon? That's what I was thinking too. So I blew the dust off my old account as I tried - and failed - to login. One password reset later, and here I am, looking at the forgotten Stumbles of my past. The last time I used […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO BlogStumbleUpon Drives More Traffic Than Reddit: How To Use it Effectively--Written by Alicia Thomas, The post StumbleUpon Drives More Traffic Than Reddit: How To Use it Effectively appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
 
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    Search Engine Guide : Small Business Search Marketing

  • 5 Resume Tips Designed to Help SEOs Land Competitive Jobs

    23 Jun 2015 | 10:11 am
    by Jayson DeMers Do you feel like you're an expert at getting clients to rank for certain keywords or objectives? Well, are you equally as good at marketing your own services and maximizing resume visibility? Just as you do with websites, blog posts, and search terms, you have to work hard to ensure your resume is seen by as many people as possible. Additionally, it needs to effectively capture your skills, qualifications, and personality. Learn From These 5 TipsDid you know that recruiters and those responsible for hiring people only spend an average of five to seven seconds looking at…
  • What to Do When Your Domain Name Isn't Available

    9 Jun 2015 | 2:25 pm
    by Jayson DeMers For companies with incredibly unique names, it's often simple to register a desirable domain name. However, with more than 850 million active websites on the internet, some brands find it challenging to secure the domain they want. Don't fret, though; there are plenty of ways to work around this and find a domain and extension that works for your business.The Importance of a Great Domain NameTrying to identify the value of a domain name is complicated and challenging. It's different for every business, industry, and customer. As an independent variable, it really doesn't have…
  • Are your Google rankings based on your conversion rate?

    5 Jun 2015 | 9:05 pm
    by Mike Moran One of the oddest things about all the updates that Google has made over the last few years concerns the lack of impact that some of the changes have had on some businesses I know. Google Panda and other ranking algorithm changes have caused significant drops in traffic for many of these companies.  But that's not the odd thing. What's strange, at least at first glance, is that a number of these companies have suffered only small drops in sales. This goes against everything we've ever thought about in search marketing--I mean, the reason that you work so hard in search is…
  • Mobilegeddon Has Come and Gone - Now What?

    26 May 2015 | 3:37 pm
    by Kevin Johnson Businesses across the nation went into a panic after Google announced that it would be updating its search algorithms to remove non-"mobile-friendly" sites from searches conducted on mobile devices. "Mobilegeddon" has now come and gone, and while its overall effect on SEO is still being debated, the fact remains that optimizing a site for mobile users is still an important step for anyone looking for online success. A Rising Tide A recent report by comScore found that approximately 29 percent of all online searches in the United States are done with a mobile device. While…
  • Should I stay away from highly competitive keywords?

    26 May 2015 | 1:09 pm
    by Mike Moran If you've used Google's Keyword Tool, you've probably seen the column called "Competitiveness," with levels low, medium, and high. The low. medium, and high are based on the competitiveness of a keyword among paid search advertisers. The more advertisers are bidding on a keyword, the higher the competitiveness. By itself, paid search competitiveness tells you nothing about the organic search competitiveness, but in reality they usually run about the same. So, most people ask the same thing about keywords: "Should I stay away from highly competitive keywords?"Like any good…
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    Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®

  • #CMWorld Infographic: 12 Marketing Box-Office Titans Share Tips For Creating Blockbuster Content Marketing

    Ashley Zeckman
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:30 am
    There’s a special kind of magic to behind-the-scenes photos from movie sets. You can see how a team of special effects wizards transforms a toy model into a spaceship hurtling towards an alien planet, or a lifeless doll into a skyscraper-climbing giant gorilla. Knowing how the trick is done somehow makes the finished product even more satisfying. That’s especially true if you’re a kid with a camera trying to bring your own dreams to the silver screen. In the newest eBook series co-produced by TopRank Marketing and Content Marketing Institute, we asked content marketing wizards to…
  • Web Analytics Tips: Getting More from Google Analytics with Jeff Sauer #MNSummit

    Evan Prokop
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:10 pm
    Google Analytics is used by more than 10 million websites, but the majority of digital marketers and businesses are merely scratching the surface of what this powerful free tool can do. As Jeff Sauer says, “any report that is one click away in Google Analytics isn’t worth your time”. In his fascinating and super actionable presentation at MNSearch Summit 2015, Jeff shared some great tips to help marketers get more value from Google Analytics.   Customize Your Content and Channel Groupings Out of the box, Google Analytics comes with a default set of traffic channels, including…
  • Silverpop’s Loren McDonald Discusses 4 Top Email Marketing Trends – #MNSummit

    Ashley Zeckman
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:03 am
    “Good morning Mumbai! Wait, I’m in Minnesota.” Loren McDonald, VP of Industry Relations for Silverpop has been on a worldwide tour travelling from India to London and finally here to the Midwest. Loren was not shy about admitting that he feels a bit like a fish out of water, he’s an email-marketing guy, surrounded by search marketers at MNSearch Summit. In Loren’s compelling presentation we found out why email still rocks, the difference between smartphone and tablet users and creating actionable data. Below are some of the highlights: Trend #1 – Email Still Rocks According to…
  • Online Marketing News: Introduction From Instagram, DuckDuckGo Goes Past 10 Million, Pinterest Pins Partners

    Ben Brausen
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    How to Utilize Social Media for Customer Acquisition – One of the biggest reasons we all do social media marketing is to find new customers for our products or services. Maybe it is the biggest reason. It comes before social customer service, because without finding customers in the first place, we’d have no one to serve. This infographic from Salesforce Canada gives some insight into the process of acquiring customers via social media. Salesforce Canada Facebook Makes Ads Manager, Power Editor Easier to Use – Facebook Thursday announced significant updates to its Ads Manager…
  • Content Marketing: 4 Tips for Creating B2B Content When You’re at a Loss for Words

    Joshua Nite
    25 Jun 2015 | 3:30 am
    Content marketing has rapidly become an essential piece of the B2B marketing puzzle. Buyers are more connected and more self-directed than ever before, and informative, engaging content is key to making sure your organization becomes part of the buyer journey. Creating a steady stream of quality content can be challenging for any marketer, but especially for those in B2B marketing, where buyers expect to be informed and entertained at the same time. So it’s no surprise that Content Marketing Institute’s latest report found that 54% of B2B Marketers rated producing engaging content as a…
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    John Battelle's Search Blog

  • Scaling Through Culture: WeWork and Blue Bottle (vs. Regus and Starbucks)

    jbat
    17 Jun 2015 | 10:48 pm
    The post Scaling Through Culture: WeWork and Blue Bottle (vs. Regus and Starbucks) appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. The way we work is changing. That statement seems self-evident to anyone involved in what I call the NewCo economy – work no longer has to be a duty, it can be a calling. For those blessed with the talent, education, connections, and skill to turn work into part of their self expression, work isn’t the thing you have to do so you can “have a life” – instead, work is your life, and your life is your work – and…
  • Why Does Silicon Valley Like “Silicon Valley” So Much?

    jbat
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:20 pm
    The post Why Does Silicon Valley Like “Silicon Valley” So Much? appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog.   HBO’s Silicon Valley, which concluded its second season last night, is an unmitigated hit amongst the Valley folk I’ve come to know and respect. As someone who’s lived variations of the show’s comedically dramatized plotlines – investor takeovers, company-threatening lawsuits, sexist bro cultures, etc. – it makes me cringe, chortle, and engage – something precious few shows can reliably accomplish regardless of their subject matter. This…
  • Forget Work Life Balance. It’s All About Work Life Integration

    jbat
    1 Jun 2015 | 8:51 am
    The post Forget Work Life Balance. It’s All About Work Life Integration appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Tuning in. Every so often (though less often than I’d like), I ask one of my team into my band room, a place I created five years ago where the only rules are honest conversations and unbounded agendas. I built it to nurture my budding interest in playing music, but it’s also a great place to pour a drink, erase the white board, and see where the conversation goes. I believe we do far less of this “undirected conversation” than we should. I…
  • Get Out, And Get Into Silicon Valley: SurveyMonkey, Google, GoPro, FlipBoard, & So Many More

    jbat
    22 May 2015 | 7:56 pm
    The post Get Out, And Get Into Silicon Valley: SurveyMonkey, Google, GoPro, FlipBoard, & So Many More appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Brian and I on SurveyMonkey’s rooftop last year. New York is in the can (what a great event!) and next up, for those of us in the US anyway, is NewCo Silicon Valley. I won’t be able to actually attend NewCo SV, as I’ll be on the road visiting NewCo Amsterdam and NewCo Istanbul. But If I could go to Silicon Valley, these are the companies I’d pick to attend: Day 1 – Monday June 8th  5:00 pm – VIP…
  • Uber, The Rashomon.

    jbat
    26 Apr 2015 | 9:16 pm
    The post Uber, The Rashomon. appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Our industry loves a rashomon, and in the past year or two, our collective subject of debate has been Uber. Perhaps the fastest growing company in history (its numbers aren’t public, but we’ll get to some estimates shortly), Uber has become a vector for some of the most wide-ranging arguments I’ve ever had regarding the tech industry’s impact on society at large. It’s not that Google, Facebook, Apple, or Microsoft didn’t evoke great debate, but all those companies came of age in an era where tech was…
 
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    Bruce Clay, Inc. Blog

  • Apps 101: Deep Linking, App Indexing and Why They Matter

    John Alexander
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Apps 101: Deep Linking, App Indexing and Why They Matter was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Apps are largely considered the new SEO frontier. Mobile app usage is growing at an incredible rate and shows no sign of slowing. Overall app usage grew by 76 percent in 2014, and lifestyle apps in particular saw 174 percent growth. If you have an app or are developing an app, app indexation and deep linking are things you definitely need to be paying attention to. Basically, Google wants to treat your app like a website. It wants to crawl it and…
  • Free SEO Tool Alert! Quick Backlink Snapshot from the Lightweight Link Analysis Report

    Melanie Saxe
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:54 pm
    Free SEO Tool Alert! Quick Backlink Snapshot from the Lightweight Link Analysis Report was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Along with the SEOToolSet Pro suite of diagnostic tools, Bruce Clay, Inc. offers free and free-standing versions of some of the same tools. There are 10 free SEO tools that anyone can use without logging in from the free SEO tools page of SEOToolSet.com. Though “lite,” they are powerful enough to give you valuable information that you can utilize to create and strengthen your SEO strategy. If you’re not familiar…
  • Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities

    Melanie Saxe
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
    Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Traffic comes to a website through many avenues, and mobile’s a major highway.  As digital marketers and business owners, it’s our job to ensure this road is the shortest, easiest route to our products or services; potential clients, current customers, and the search engines all expect this of us. If you haven’t embraced mobile search engine marketing, don’t worry. You can start now. This comprehensive Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities covers how to reach your…
  • In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business?

    Kristi Kellogg
    16 Jun 2015 | 9:43 am
    In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business? was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Devising or revising an SEO strategy for your business and wondering whether or not to go with an in-house SEO or an SEO agency? It’s a common – and good – question to be asking. The answer depends on your budget and your goals. Each option comes with its own benefits – and in a perfect world you would likely have both. Here’s Bruce Clay’s take on the issue: “It’s crucial to stay current with the latest SEO…
  • How to Set Up Google Search Console – Free Search Engine Optimization & Webmaster Tools for Your Website

    Paula Allen
    10 Jun 2015 | 11:39 am
    How to Set Up Google Search Console – Free Search Engine Optimization & Webmaster Tools for Your Website was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. If you have a website, then you ought to know about Google Search Console. Formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools, this free software is like a dashboard of instruments that let you manage your site. Seriously, unless you prefer running your online business blindfolded, getting this set up should be any webmaster’s SEO priority. In this article, you learn step-by-step how to set up a…
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    Ask Kalena

  • Q and A: Why is Google having trouble indexing our site?

    Kalena Jordan
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:57 pm
    Hello Kalena One of the sites we manage has a problem. The homepage at [URL removed] is not getting indexed anymore by Google. The site was made using Sitefinity 3.7 and the hosting is provided by Rackspace. Something similar already happened two times in the past which we resolved using the option “index this page” on the page generated by Sitefinity (1st time) and by re-creating the XML sitemap and linking it directly to Google Webmaster tools (2nd time). This time we can’t seem to find the reason. We checked if the end-user that works as the back-end has made any changes or…
  • The 2015 Periodic Table of SEO Success Factors

    Kalena Jordan
    11 Jun 2015 | 7:23 pm
    Earlier this month, the team over at Search Engine Land updated their brilliant Periodic Table of SEO Success Factors. Now in it’s 3rd edition, the table is a fantastic SEO resource and one of the few items on my Ubuntu desktop that gets regular eyeball attention. Content is divided between on-page and off-page factors and clearly color-coded to make it visually intuitive, with relevancy weight ranging from -3 to +3. The new edition references new factors of SEO importance including vertical search, Direct Answers and HTTPS, with mobile friendliness and structured data acquiring a…
  • Revised link building course now available at Search Engine College

    Kalena Jordan
    11 Jun 2015 | 4:51 am
    After several months of revision, I am pleased to announce that we have just re-launched our Link Building 101 course at Search Engine College. The course content has been completely updated with new material and videos to reflect Google’s revised stance on acceptable link building tactics. This 10 lesson course also takes into account the impact of recent tweaks to Google’s Panda, Penguin and Hummingbird algorithms. The course is now available to all students with a paid subscription. We have also added new assessment items including review quizzes, 4 tutor-graded assignments and…
  • Q and A: How should I manage the client expectations of my SEO efforts?

    Kalena Jordan
    19 May 2015 | 5:12 am
    Hello Kalena I saw your recent post about how SEO freelancers can generate new business for themselves and I wondered if you could answer a related question please. I am currently the in-house SEO for a real estate chain, but I am quite keen to start my own consulting business part time. The major reason I haven’t done so already is that I wouldn’t know what to tell clients to expect when it comes to the projected results of my optimization efforts. I mean I know how long it took me to optimize these sites for my boss and it was many weeks before they even started to show up in…
  • Q and A: What are some ideas for SEO lead generation?

    Kalena Jordan
    5 May 2015 | 7:42 pm
    Hello Kalena I’ve recently struck out on my own as a search engine optimization freelancer and I’m finding it really difficult to get new leads. I can’t afford to pay per click the amounts that the big players are paying on Google AdWords and I’m not confident enough with Bing Ads to try that. I did experiment with some Facebook advertising, but the response wasn’t great so I don’t think it’s really where my market is. I know you recommended in the past to try some freelancing sites, but I was on Elance for a month and was out-bid by a lot of SEO…
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    aimClear® Blog

  • Sell With Social Marketing! This Is Our Love Of Music

    Chris Davis
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:19 pm
    Because music is such a fanatical passion for so many of us who work at aimClear, it’s only natural that a lot of our social media conversations cross over into the music industry. Organic social media plays a huge part in music industry success… Some of the top accounts in numbers of social media followers/fans are musicians. The top 5 celebrities with the most Twitter followers are musicians — On Facebook, musicians make up 9 of the top 10 most popular fan pages, according to Socialbakers. Additionally, there is a seemingly untapped spectrum of paid social media options available…
  • Social Marketing Cluster Facts: Facebook Gets REAL w/ Retention, Twitter Autoplay Feeds… Oh Yeah!

    Nate Kruse
    19 Jun 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Welcome to Social Marketing Cluster Facts! We’ll be diving into the week’s top social media news, providing you with real (and amusing) insight into this dynamic industry. What’s up this week? Twitter introduces autoplay feeds, Facebook announces a new retention algorithm and LinkedIn’s Pulse news platform announces it’s bringing back HUMAN editors to tailor news to users. Interested? Watch Cluster Facts! Turn it on. Turn it up. Introducing a More Seamless Video Experience With Autoplay, Baljeet Singh, Twitter Blog This is Twitter’s Top Secret Project Lightning, Mat Honan,…
  • Selling Luxury To Rich Online Buyers! Weekly Psychographic Hot House

    Marty Weintraub
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:10 pm
    Welcome to our new series, aimClear’s “Weekly Psychographic Hot House.” On Thursdays we’ll publish a tasty targeting tidbit to serve as an example of layered social psychographic data.  We’ll share from either Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Google audiences and a couple of dozen other data services. While example targeting will relate to various verticals, the thinking behind our examples is totally exportable to other products, services and marketplaces. For the week of 18.June.2015, our Hot House targeting hack is about selling expensive luxury items…
  • Marketers! Choose The Right Video Camera: Interviews To Flashmobs — Oh MY!

    Nate Kruse
    17 Jun 2015 | 12:04 pm
    Expanding social media video journalism is a smart move for any marketer. It’s hard to deny the potential for awe-inspiring content that thrills clients and leaves viewers captivated. We’re talking YouTube shorts, flashmobs, crowdsourcing, branded entertainment, conference coverage, Q & A sessions with experts, video segments… the possibilities are endless. Before scripts are written and shoots booked, consider which camera will be the best fit. We’ll narrow the playing field and compare two main categories of consumer video cameras: a tried-and-true professional grade…
  • Bridge Search & Social Marketing Integration! 6 Unified Tactics

    Marty Weintraub
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:13 am
    Social and search marketing are inexorably wound crafts, lovers joined at the knees. Yet many marketers miss fantastic opportunities for actual, even revolutionary integration. Compounding the problem is a common misalignment of social SEO, PPC, display, PR, retargeting, content and social marketing departmental structure within larger and more established companies. Disconnected social and search can be fatal, especially in challenging, competitive marketplaces. Integrate or ultimately be beaten by better, truly integrated competitors. This post offers six tactical recommendations (wild…
 
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    Branded3

  • Seasonality: Is it factored into your digital strategy?

    George Watson
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:32 am
    “The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining” (John F. Kennedy, 1962) The quote could mean a few things, on the one hand, some may say “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, meaning unless the sun is shining through your roof, there is no need to worry. On the other, some may say “fix the problem before it gets out of hand”; I prefer to work with the latter. Seasonality affects many businesses, as consumers look for different products dependent on the time of year. Businesses know their ‘in season’ periods; take for instance the Google Trends graph of UK retailer…
  • Rainbow trains, Wimbledon & Dogs at Work

    Maria Berz
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:49 am
    Every week the PR Team here at Branded3 comes together to decide on the best PR campaigns of the week. This time it was particularly difficult to determine which to include because we came across so many creative and engaging digital promotions, but we managed it nonetheless. Here’s who we thought launched the best campaigns this week. Transport for London is embracing the rainbow Transport for London (TfL) has introduced a rainbow-coloured Docklands Light Railway train between Canary Wharf and Stratford in honour of London Gay Pride. Taking place from 21st – 28th June, the main parade…
  • Why the internet is not the enemy of advertising

    Stephen Kenwright
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:30 am
    I’ve been reading that advertising has been losing its impact for years, but I completely disagree. The ability of good advertising to inspire action hasn’t changed in the internet age. What has changed, however, is the action that consumers take. In the ‘Mad Men’ era, an ad was successful if it got consumers into the store, or onto the forecourt, or into the restaurant. Ads would try to convince the public that they wanted something and the public would respond accordingly. The idea that people want fewer things in the internet age is ridiculous. If anything, they want more. They…
  • Magento Live UK 2015 #MLUK15: Day one

    Douglas Radburn
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:54 am
    Magento has gone from strength to strength both as a platform and a company since we attended Magento Live 2014 last year. Back for another great year, we headed down to London to soak up the rain and find out all about what’s coming up with the eCommerce platform. Developer Deep Dive Starting on the afternoon of Monday 22 June, the “Developer Deep Dive” was a great way to kick off Magento Live UK. This session was split into six individual talks; all the talks focused on customisation, performance and scalability, with four of the six concentrating on Magento 2. Magento 2…
  • SEO has a ‘not my problem’ problem

    Stephen Kenwright
    22 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    Delivering traffic to a website – that’s the SEO team’s problem. What the website does with that traffic – that’s someone else’s problem. Except it isn’t. You could get away with that kind of thinking a few years ago, back when you could just spin more content, build more links, and ultimately get more traffic. Since Panda in 2011, Google has been demonstrating that it cares just as much about what its users do as where they go. The mobile friendly and content quality updates in May (and complete absence of Panda and Penguin for the past six months or so) shows that Google is…
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    Top Net SEO

  • Guide on Mobile and Web Usage [Infographic]

    Andriy Nurzhynskyy
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Here is a short guide how people use their gadgets and how can it influence on your marketing. Source The post Guide on Mobile and Web Usage [Infographic] appeared first on Top Net SEO.
  • Vital Information About WordPress [Infographic]

    Andriy Nurzhynskyy
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    Anyone who uses internet has come across WordPress in some way or the other. It is a software especially made for easy blogging and with its advent on the web, the software has become hugely popular. If you are a blogger and want to setup your own blog on the web here are two formats […] The post Vital Information About WordPress [Infographic] appeared first on Top Net SEO.
  • What is Long Tail SEO [Infographic]

    Andriy Nurzhynskyy
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:52 am
    In the event that you are not utilizing the long tail site improvement procedure, you are feeling the loss of an imperative natural web movement source. In the event that you are beginning a site and take after the same procedures others are utilizing for internet searcher pivotal word streamlining, it will be to a […] The post What is Long Tail SEO [Infographic] appeared first on Top Net SEO.
  • The Importace of Video Marketing [Infographic]

    Andriy Nurzhynskyy
    24 Jun 2015 | 11:27 am
    Video marketing is a marketing system that makes use of short, useful and attractive videos with the end goal of promoting services and products. This methodology is utilized by organizations to induce awareness about the promoted services or products to the targeted clients and lure them into buying.With more individuals turning to the web for […] The post The Importace of Video Marketing [Infographic] appeared first on Top Net SEO.
  • Do’s and Dont’s of SEO Content [Infographic]

    Andriy Nurzhynskyy
    23 Jun 2015 | 9:02 am
    SEO is an acronym for “Search Engine Optimization.” Search engine oprimization is about doing particular things to your site to drive more traffic to it with the goal that you can increment online sales – and activity. Do your research Know your intended interest group, and comprehend the consumer market. Proficient SEO content writers can […] The post Do’s and Dont’s of SEO Content [Infographic] appeared first on Top Net SEO.
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    Stone Temple Consulting - Digital Marketing Excellence

  • Why Does Your Content Need to be Unique? – Here’s Why with Mark & Eric

    Eric Enge
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Today’s world of content marketing is becoming more and more crowded by the day. Big brands like Amazon and Yahoo are now content producers, as well as countless advertisers and marketers. So while the barrier of entry to content marketing is low, being able to stand out from the crowd becomes harder and harder every day. In this episode of Here’s Why, Mark & Eric will explain what it takes to get your content to really be unique. Links Mentioned: Inverse Document Frequency and the Importance of Uniqueness All of our “Here’s Why” Videos Subscribe to our YouTube…
  • Engaging Your Company in Social Media With Pitney Bowes’ Wayne Kurtzman

    Eric Enge
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:33 am
    I recently had a chance to chat with Wayne Kurtzman, Manager of Social Media Marketing Listening and Insights at Pitney Bowes, to find out how an “old school” major brand moves into the social media age. (Get Wayne’s full bio at the end of this post.) Eric: Can you provide us with some background as to why Pitney Bowes is active in social media? Wayne: Many people associate Pitney Bowes with just shipping and mailing. They don’t realize that we have a complete global eCommerce side or that our location intelligence powers 1.3 billion check-ins. This gives us an…
  • Why Do You Need to Humanize Your Business? – Here’s Why with Mark & Eric

    Eric Enge
    15 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    As the business world becomes more and more digital and impersonal, companies can really benefit from adding a touch of humanity to their transactions. Domino’s Australia has been experimenting with personalizing their deliveries. In this episode of Here’s Why, Mark & Eric discuss how your company can benefit from a simple dose of humanity. Links Mentioned: Why Businesses Are Personalizing All the Things All of our “Here’s Why” Videos Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Full Transcript: Eric: Come on in, Matt! Matt: Hey, how are you? Eric: Good, how are you…
  • Why is Building Your Brand an SEO Strategy? – Here’s Why with Mark & Eric

    Eric Enge
    8 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    While ranking high in Google’s result pages will always bring value to your business, sometimes the reputation of the brand matters more to a consumer than only its search result rank. In this episode of Here’s Why, Mark & Eric explain why big brands should focus just as much on brand building as they do on their search engine optimization efforts. Links Mentioned: Why Branding Is Indispensable for SEO Why SEO That Used to Work, Fails Traphagen’s Takeout Order All of our “Here’s Why” Videos Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Full Transcript: Eric: The search…
  • Mobilegeddon: Nearly 50% of Non-Mobile Friendly URLs Dropped in Rank

    Eric Enge
    3 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    In this study, we look at the impact of the so called “Mobilegeddon” update. This update was viewed as being a potentially very large update. At SMX Munich, Google’s Zineb Ait Bahajji was quoted as saying that its impact would be larger than Panda or Penguin. In addition, at SMX Advanced, yesterday, June 2nd, Google’s Gary Illyes reiterated that the Mobile Update indeed had a bigger impact than Penguin and Panda combined. However, media reports since the update have suggested that it was a lot tamer than expected Some have even called it a non-event. So what’s…
 
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  • You Can Afford to Attend Pubcon Las Vegas 2015: Check Out These Tips

    Melissa Fach
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:55 am
    We see it time and time again from industry experts, “You can’t miss Pubcon Las Vegas.” People say this for 3 main reasons – the unparalleled learning opportunities, the ability to...Continue this story.
  • Secrets from the 2015 Pubcon Speaker Selection Team

    Melissa Fach
    18 Jun 2015 | 7:22 am
    We get a lot of questions about speaking at Pubcon and what factors go into the selection process. Obviously we can’t tell you everything, but I sent some questions to our...Continue this story.
  • Kickoff Reception at Pubcon Las Vegas

    Lane R. Ellis
    11 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Meet the excellent speakers and top exhibitors lined up for Pubcon Las Vegas 2015 during our big Monday evening Pubcon kickoff networking reception, and get to town early to start your...Continue this story.
  • Vibrant Kawasaki, Reynolds, Fishkin Keynotes Will Wow At Pubcon Las Vegas 2015

    Lane R. Ellis
    9 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Transformative keynotes will abound at Pubcon Las Vegas 2015, the premier social media, digital marketing, and optimization conference, as Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist at Apple and advisor at Google’s Motorola...Continue this story.
  • Superb Conversion Workshops On Tap During Pubcon Masters Group

    Lane R. Ellis
    8 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Our popular Pubcon Masters Group intensive workshop and training program will feature a superb new agenda dedicated to landing page conversion, with Jeffrey Eisenberg, chief executive at BuyerLegends.com, and Alex Harris,...Continue this story.
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  • How the Internet of Things Impacts Marketing [Infographic]

    Linda Bustos
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:04 am
    This week’s infographic hits a hot topic: the Internet of things and how it impacts Marketing by Marketo, via the Smart Insights Blog.Click to enlarge infographic
  • A Case Study In Commerce Maturity

    Linda Bustos
    24 Jun 2015 | 1:05 am
    At Elastic Path, we’re excited to announce the launch of The Advanced Commerce Maturity Scale, a proprietary self-assessment tool that you can use to score your company’s ability to conduct omnichannel, experience-driven commerce across touchpoints.We recognize that there’s no one-size-fits-all playbook for digital strategy.Inspired by the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator, the ACMS divides companies into 16 distinct maturity profiles, each with its own strengths, challenges and opportunities across 4 dimensions: Organization (Autonomous or Integrated), Strategy (Tactical or Fundamental),…
  • Carts Against Humanity

    Linda Bustos
    22 Jun 2015 | 1:04 am
    If you’ve never played Cards Against Humanity, congratulations. You’re a good person.“Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends. The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.”Because we’re horrible people here at Elastic Path, we’ve created a custom, ecommerce checkout-themed deck Carts Against Humanity which you can…
  • What Consumers Think About Personalization [Infographic]

    Linda Bustos
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:04 am
    Last post referenced the Accenture Personalization Survey (March 2015). Today’s post is the infographical companion to this study.Click to enlarge infographic
  • Creepy or Cool? What Consumers Think About The Store of the Future

    Linda Bustos
    17 Jun 2015 | 1:04 am
    The “Store of the Future” combines in-store tech with the 5 forces of context — mobile, social media, data, sensors and location to provide rich, hyper-personalized shopping experiences.But are consumers ready for it?RichRelevance recently polled 1000 US consumers for their Creepy or Cool study, gauging consumer attitudes towards a variety of in-store digital tactics.Here are the findings:The cool76% – scanning a product on a mobile device to see product reviews and recommendations 69% – interactive wayfinding tools 44% – in-store triggered personalized…
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    Compete Blog

  • Athleisure Driving Fabletics Success

    Olivia Spector
    23 Jun 2015 | 11:58 am
    Image from: Athleisure / Shutterstock For all who enjoy comfort, the “athleisure” trend is certainly something to celebrate. Wearing gym attire and looking fashionable is an unbeatable combination of ease and style. There are many companies in the athletic-wear industry who have long been the top dogs, including, Lululemon and Athleta. While these brands are exceptionally successful, Kate Hudson’s new line, Fabletics, has begun to give these active wear veterans a new competitor to watch out for. The ecommerce site’s success is undeniable while investigating the unique visitors count…
  • My Coke Rewards Yielding Loyalty and Engagement Online

    Drew Katz
    16 Jun 2015 | 11:42 am
    Image from: Soda / Shutterstock What’s one way for brands to build not only loyalty, but also engagement online? Free, cool stuff usually does the trick (for me especially) and Compete PRO data backs this up. Take MyCokeRewards.com for example, the rewards program for Coca-Cola brands. The website had 7.4 million visits providing a month-over-month (MoM) growth of 36.2%. There were 93.2 million page views representing a MoM growth of 44.8% and overall attention also saw a MoM rise of 40.1%. What do all these numbers show? Well on the surface they represent loyalty and engagement. People are…
  • May Data is Now Live – Flower Sites Bloom for Mother’s Day

    Eric Keating
    11 Jun 2015 | 12:07 pm
    Image from: Flowers / Shutterstock June 22 Update: May 2015 data is now live for free users of Compete.com as well! To get priority early access to data each month, start your Compete PRO subscription today! May data is now live and available in Compete PRO. With May data comes the annual analysis on the impact that our favorite holiday celebrating moms has on the Internet, and this year was no exception. While ProFlowers.com is one of the biggest sites featured in the Fast Movers list this month, 1800Flowers.com stole the show in terms of flower sites seeing exceptional month-over-month…
  • May Top 50: Apples to Apples, News Making News

    Drew Katz
    11 Jun 2015 | 8:58 am
    Image from: Top 50 / Shutterstock Data for the month of May is now live for Compete PRO users! Per usual, the data has spoken and we listened – compiling some of the most compelling stories out of the top 50 websites over last month. Apples to Apples? Apple.com (15) grew month-over-month (MoM) by 2.1% and had 49.3 million unique visitors during this May. This boost could be attributed to the Apple Watch, which is currently only available via online order. But this is only one popular product, in an army of many devices and applications that people are still actively searching for. In fact,…
  • “Search” for Sasquatch

    Drew Katz
    8 Jun 2015 | 9:59 am
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    العاب ماهر العاب فلاش روعة

  • الشاحنة الحربة

    achraf
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:26 pm
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  • العاب سيارات طريق الموت الخطير

    achraf
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:22 pm
    العاب ماهر العاب فلاش روعة العاب ماهر العاب فلاش روعة - محرك الأقراص من خلال الشفق تينيبروس في سيارة جديدة وسريعة مع العاب سيارات… تخويف الوحوش مع المصابيح الأمامية الخاصة بك في العاب فلاش أو أنكسوف تعاني من نوبة قلبية قاتلة     تغريد العاب سيارات طريق الموت الخطير achraf
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    28 Jun 2015 | 4:06 pm
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    achraf
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:01 pm
    العاب ماهر العاب فلاش روعة العاب ماهر العاب فلاش روعة - مشبك في وين الانتصار على السائقين الآخرين في سباق الشارع 3  النقدية أكثر يمكنك الحصول على المزيد من العاب سيارات فراري التحسينات التي يمكنك شراءها لسيارتك الرياضية مع العاب فلاش الفاخرة. شارك اللعبة مع اصدقائك      تغريد العاب سباق الشارع 3 achraf
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    achraf
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:55 pm
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    Understanding Google My Business & Local Search

  • Google Local Updates – Review Stars in Adwords & Amenities for Hotels

    Mike Blumenthal
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:51 am
    Photo Courtesy of Graham Johnson of PcRepair Croydon Joy Hawkins reports that Adword customers that are using Location extension that are synced with GMB are now showing their review stars in the Ads. Previously this feature was only available via Adwords Express and to get the stars you needed to work with a 3rd party review site like TrustPilot. I first saw these show up last week but couldn’t find any documentation about the feature. Still can’t. It is not clear how many reviews a business needs to have, what star rating they need to be or any other requirements. Annie from…
  • Uber Hires Brian McClendon, (ex) Google VP of Maps

    Mike Blumenthal
    16 Jun 2015 | 5:49 pm
    Re/code has just reported that Uber has hired Brian McClendon, the former co-head of Google Maps. McClendon has a storied history in the mapping world having created Keyhole and Google Earth and having marshalled many of the technical developments at Google Maps over the past 10 years. According to Wikipedia he holds 12 Map patents including 7 related to KML. I understood that he and Jen Fitzpatrick co-ran Google Maps and the Geo technologies at Google.  Apparently, last fall, Jen Fitzpatrick was put in sole charge of Maps. Uber isn’t wasting any time building out a significant…
  • Apple Confirms Vans are for Maps Data Improvement – Discloses Future Locations

    Mike Blumenthal
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    Apple, in a path eerily similar to the path that Google took during their first years of on-line mapping, has publicly acknowledged that their vans are being used to supplement their Maps data. Google Maps was first rolled out in February of 2005 and  started their StreetView program in May, 2007 in  only five cities (Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, New York and San Francisco). By October, 2009 Google had replaced TeleAtlas ( having switched from Navteq a year earlier) as their data supplier in the US with their own base map and road geometry data from StreetView. Apple Maps was…
  • Facebook Makes Retail Beacons Available for Free

    Mike Blumenthal
    9 Jun 2015 | 5:24 am
    Re/Code reported yesterday that Facebook is expanding its Place Tips program and  making free beacons available to retailers. The program, first tested in Brooklyn 6 months ago, installs a beacon into the local business and pushes current posts and photos for the business to your phone while you are in that location. If you are standing in line at a participating retailer and engage with Facebook you will see “more info about places you visit, including your friends’ photos, experiences and moments from that place” and be prompted to like the business’s Facebook…
  • Google Photos- A Visual Graph of People, Places and Things. Can It Become Their “Everything Graph”?

    Mike Blumenthal
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:42 am
    Google Photos, positioned by Google as a GMail for photos, is an incredible product. Incredibly amazing, incredibly scary. It does well what Google does well. Update: If you are interested in learning more about the technology behind Photos and what it is capable of read this article: How Google’s New Photos App Can Tell Cats From Dogs. It provides unlimited storage for all of your photos and then proceeds to organize them for you. For the first time, probably in your life (at least in mine), you actually have a library of photos that has been organized in some meaningful way. All…
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    The Friday Traffic Report

  • The Importance of June 24th – Find Your Greatness

    Jack Humphrey
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:19 am
    Today, June 24th is an important benchmark as just seven days from now the year will be 50% complete. That’s right, two quarters down, and the third one about to tee up. I can assure you that all Sales Managers, Stock Analysts and Fortune 500 Executives are well aware of this date and doing what […] The post The Importance of June 24th – Find Your Greatness appeared first on Jack Humphrey.
  • Would You Put Your Dog In Charge Of Your Business?

    Jack Humphrey
    6 Jun 2015 | 12:25 pm
      I love my dog Mojo.  He is the best companion ever and he converts dog food into equal parts love and joy in their purest form.  But Mojo, like most dogs, loves squirrels.  He simply cannot handle it when a squirrel bounds across our paths during our walks. When a squirrel is spotted, Mojo’s […] The post Would You Put Your Dog In Charge Of Your Business? appeared first on Jack Humphrey.
  • A Walk In The Woods

    Jack Humphrey
    28 May 2015 | 8:03 am
    “There’s a space where you have to let go, and let the beauty of Creation come through you.” ~ Terri TallTree I was walking through the park this morning, as I do every morning, and I finally stopped to snap this picture.  Something about the dead tree and sunlight through the dark green of the forest always gets […] The post A Walk In The Woods appeared first on Jack Humphrey.
  • Ultralight Marketing, The Re-Birth of Conversation, and Packing Light For Better Results

    Jack Humphrey
    23 May 2015 | 10:32 am
    People are desperate.  And that’s great news when you have the solution.  In this short guide, learn how to cut the excess, ineffective junk from your marketing and get back to basics to pull your business forward. (Hint:  practically everything you’ve been taught about marketing is wrong.) Who is desperate, you ask?  Marketers, bloggers, entrepreneurs of […] The post Ultralight Marketing, The Re-Birth of Conversation, and Packing Light For Better Results appeared first on Jack Humphrey.
  • The Story Leverage Sessions with David Bullock

    Jack Humphrey
    20 May 2015 | 9:01 am
    My buddy David Bullock just finished a Tedx talk on the “4 Stories to 10x Your Life.”  It is the basis of our recent sessions called “Story Leverage.” At first you might not see the connection to you and your business.  But watch the video, then check out the 4 sessions on Story Leverage David and […] The post The Story Leverage Sessions with David Bullock appeared first on Jack Humphrey.
 
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    DailySEOblog

  • 4 Easy Tips to Rank for Your Name on Google

    Zac Johnson
    9 Jun 2015 | 8:28 am
    Original source: 4 Easy Tips to Rank for Your Name on Google via DailySEOblog. It doesn’t seem like it would be all that difficult, to rank for your name in Google or any of the other search engines, but it can be a lot harder than you think. You and your business could pop up—but it might not. Ranking highly in Google is difficult, even when it’s your own name. You might think your name is pretty special, but with over 7 billion people in the world — it’s very likely a few other people share your name as well. For this reason and many others, you will want to rank at the…
  • How to Move Forward After Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’

    Ash Nashed
    22 May 2015 | 12:28 pm
    Original source: How to Move Forward After Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’ via DailySEOblog. Your site may no longer be at the top of Google’s search results thanks to Google’s latest algorithm update, which now favors responsive, mobile-ready sites in mobile web searches. This means anyone who is searching for a website on a mobile device could potentially get different results than when searching on a desktop computer. Websites will now be ranked higher in mobile search results if they’re responsive. This means that non-responsive sites could fall to the bottom of the list. As a result,…
  • What Exactly Are You Missing In Your Content Marketing Strategy?

    Kuldeep Bisht
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:58 am
    Original source: What Exactly Are You Missing In Your Content Marketing Strategy? via DailySEOblog. There is a sea full of different brands in the market but the content marketing research tells that still majority of these brands does not have a documented marketing strategy. Developing a content marketing strategy for your brand is as essential as keeping the quality of your content top-notch. A quality content is worth only when it reaches the targeted audience and can turn your readers into your brand’s prospects. And this is possible only when you have a string content marketing…
  • 6 Online Marketing Trends That Will Change the Face of Inbound Marketing

    Joe Ryan
    7 Mar 2015 | 8:41 am
    Original source: 6 Online Marketing Trends That Will Change the Face of Inbound Marketing via DailySEOblog. The Internet has dramatically altered the ways information is shared, having had a substantial impact on online marketing. There has been more of a shift towards inbound marketing over the past few years, which has made outbound marketing become rather antiqued. Many companies nowadays are implementing inbound marketing strategies that include using social media to reach more of their targeted audience and also to increase brand awareness. But online marketing trends are changing in…
  • 22 Tips For Finding Profitable Keywords on Google

    Irina Weber
    17 Feb 2015 | 9:11 am
    Original source: 22 Tips For Finding Profitable Keywords on Google via DailySEOblog. Nowadays a good website means not only a great web design, effective marketing strategies and a good conversion rate, but also profitable keywords that increase your chances to get high rankings in search engines. While some websites are stuffed with keywords, other sites get too little. Keyword stuffing and too little keywords can both harm a website that can be one of the main obstacles not to be highly ranked in search engines, like Google, Bing and Yahoo. As you know, websites with low positions can’t…
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    Antezeta Digital Marketing

  • SMX Milan 2015: It’s time to give us your best pitch!

    Sean Carlos
    13 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    Are you working in the digital marketing space and have something interesting regarding search and/or social media marketing and communication to share? You might just be who we’re looking for. The conference program is now out. Take time to review … Continue reading →
  • Measure bowling returns to Milan on June 12, 2014

    Sean Carlos
    20 May 2014 | 10:46 pm
    On June 12th digital analytics professionals will meet-up in 25 cities across Europe for an informal evening of chat while… bowling! The event, Measure Bowling, was first held in London in 2011. The organizers contacted me last year to bring … Continue reading →
  • SO YOU’VE GOT A THING FOR ALL CAPS, DO YOU?

    Sean Carlos
    12 Mar 2014 | 4:55 am
    IN MY DAY-TO-DAY WORK AS A DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS PROFESSIONAL I OFTEN ENCOUNTER A PHENOMENON I’M NOT COMPLETELY ABLE TO GRASP: THE USE OF ALL-CAPS TO WRITE EMAILS, DESIGN MARKETING MATERIALS, FILL-OUT FORMS AND ABOUT EVERYTHING ELSE. WHEN I WAS IN … Continue reading →
  • Firefox browser to include advertising, diversifying Mozilla revenue sources

    Sean Carlos
    12 Feb 2014 | 4:22 am
    I suspect few are aware that besides funding the Chrome browser, Google has been the primary supporter of the Firefox browser by paying the Mozilla Foundation for searches originating within the Firefox search box. Both parties seem to have benefited … Continue reading →
  • Lotus F1 Team Momentarily Goes Gay for the Olympics

    Sean Carlos
    9 Feb 2014 | 8:20 am
    Figure 1: Huffington Post The 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi has posed a quandary for many companies. On paper the Olympic ideal of sportsmanship bringing together people of different colors and backgrounds is too compelling to ignore. Yet Russia’s … Continue reading →
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    SEO Blog – MoreVisibility

  • The Power of Engagement: How to “Earn” Your Way into People’s Lives

    Lauren Owens
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:54 am
    When marketers talk about “earned media” they’re talking about “free” or otherwise earned coverage. But this coverage isn’t as “free” as you might think, because it doesn’t come out of nowhere. It comes out of the time you spend creating content, marketing that content, and building a reputation. When I share something you have published, […]
  • 8 SEO Issues We Consider When Evaluating a CMS

    Matt Crowley
    4 Jun 2015 | 3:42 am
    Choosing a CMS is a careful balance between what you need in terms of functionality, what’s functional with your existing technology and platforms, what’s best for your users, and of course, SEO considerations. When evaluating content management systems for clients, there are more than 70 aspects we take into consideration. Some of those considerations have […]
  • Straight to Video: How Do I Come Up with Compelling Video Topics?

    Charlie Crespo
    8 May 2015 | 3:41 am
    You’ve decided to make video part of your digital footprint. That’s great! OK, so tell us more. What are the topics of those videos going to be? What ideas do you have so far? Oh … really? You haven’t been able to think of any yet? You’re not even sure where to start? Don’t worry; […]
  • Mobilegeddon: Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update

    Fiorella Alvarado
    30 Apr 2015 | 3:14 am
    At the end of February, Google posted the Finding More Mobile-Friendly Search Results announcement on their Webmaster Central Blog. While the search engine has always made mobile-readiness and easy access of information a priority, it will use mobile-friendliness as a stronger ranking signal than ever before. Google’s goal is to reward websites that are mobile friendly […]
  • Is Responsive Really the Only Way to Mobile?

    Lauren Owens
    23 Apr 2015 | 3:19 am
    If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you woke up this week to a new reality. After months of warnings, Google has launched a new algorithm that considers mobile friendliness as a ranking factor. This means that Google’s mobile results and desktop results will be different for many, if not most, web searches. The […]
 
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    International SEO & Marketing Company » Blog

  • Copywriting 101: The Ins & Outs of Great Copy

    Gabriella Sannino
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    If you were to tell someone that you were a copywriter, you’d most likely get a response like, “Oh, so you write stuff?” That is, unless you’re in marketing. The post Copywriting 101: The Ins & Outs of Great Copy appeared first on International SEO & Marketing Company.
  • Why Isn’t Your Content Converting?

    Gabriella Sannino
    22 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Here you are, working your fingers to the bone. You have a great content calendar and you’re scheduled for the next two months. Some of your content has been retweeted, just not as much as you’d like. You’re even getting […] The post Why Isn’t Your Content Converting? appeared first on International SEO & Marketing Company.
  • STOP Using Twitter – You’re Just Not Doing it Right!

    Gabriella Sannino
    18 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    *Deep breath* - Okay, I sometimes have these melt downs when I’m on Twitter. Today is one of those days. I’ve written so many articles on how to use Twitter, I just can’t do it again but you can read all of them here. The post STOP Using Twitter – You’re Just Not Doing it Right! appeared first on International SEO & Marketing Company.
  • Location-based Search: Optimizing Your Local Search Strategy

    Level343 Team
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Even if you run a global company, implementing a local search strategy is an excellent way to drive new traffic to your website. Not only can it send that traffic to your physical store (if you have one), but it also thins the playing field in the search results. The post Location-based Search: Optimizing Your Local Search Strategy appeared first on International SEO & Marketing Company.
  • 12 Ways (Plus One!) to Gain Relevant Traffic

    Gabriella Sannino
    11 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    SEO – search engine optimization: it’s the smoking gun, isn’t it? If you look for advice about how to get traffic to your site, people automatically hand the SEO gun to you and tell you to fire. The post 12 Ways (Plus One!) to Gain Relevant Traffic appeared first on International SEO & Marketing Company.
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    Elevated

  • Is Your Adwords Campaign “Limited by Budget?”

    George Habuki
    19 Jun 2015 | 8:30 am
    Is Your Adwords Campaign “Limited by Budget?” One of the first things I notice when I audit PPC accounts are campaigns that are “Limited by Budget.”  It’s hard to ignore it when Google is telling you to increase the budget cap because you “may be losing clicks due to a limited budget”.  The simple fix is to just increase the budget cap until the notice goes away, but the reality is majority of advertisers don’t have unlimited budgets. When I see the notice below it tells me that the advertiser is bidding too aggressively and paying too much per click. Many…
  • 3 Tips for eCommerce Companies Competing against Amazon.

    Danny DeMichele
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:53 am
    Amazon is a force to be reckoned with. As a consumer, I love them. As an internet marketer, I hate them. Deep-rooted hate. Why? Because they are taking more and more market share away from niche, single-store eCommerce sites and are stacking up the reasons why consumers should go nowhere else. There are several rules that Amazon has created that have set a new norm in certain policies. Try and fight them and you will lose. If you are in a situation where you can change your business model so that you can comply with them, you stand a far greater chance of making it in this Amazon dominated…
  • 5 Completely Avoidable Mistakes Companies Make When Launching A New Website

    Ricardo Figueiredo
    29 May 2015 | 4:41 pm
    I’ve been in digital marketing for over 10 years now, and it’s amazing to me that I still run into these scenarios as frequently as I do. I’ve learned, through experience, to look for all of the triggers for these potential problems and to alert my clients about them. Even then, these easily avoidable mistakes still happen because clients don’t always follow through with our recommendations. While these items are – most of the time – easy to fix post-launch, these everyday mistakes can carry a heavy burden. I’ve seen websites temporarily loose very…
  • Tweets Are Now Back In Google Search Results

    Stephen Peron
    19 May 2015 | 3:25 pm
    Today Twitter and Google made the official announcement that Tweets are back in Google search results.  The initial integration will only be for mobile device search results and desktop integration will occur at a later date.   When Do They Appear? It is still not clear how Google decides when to display tweets within results, but from initial observations they seem to appear for keywords / hashtags that are trending from Twitter and / or Google Trends. Below is a screenshot of what is currently trending in the United States on Twitter. The majority of these keywords / hashtags show…
  • Why does your business have a website?

    Cameron Davis
    13 May 2015 | 10:08 am
    It seems like a ridiculous question.  Oddly enough – it’s probably a question that many business owners have never stopped to really think about.  “Why?”  “What is the actual function and purpose of this thing?” If the answer is something like, “Well – we just need one” or “so people call us,” there is a serious problem.  Maybe the better question is, “How is my website contributing to my business growth?” For eCommerce sites, the answer is more intuitive because in many cases the website is the business.  But for everyone else – especially local…
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    Triangle Direct Media - New Media Marketing

  • Improve Response Time and Customer Service with a Social Media Manager

    Claire H.
    11 Jun 2015 | 12:00 pm
    A company’s social media page is often the first destination for customer complaints, praise and inquiry. People are increasingly turning to their smartphones and computers to gather information and voice their opinions about brands. This makes prompt customer service imperative on social sites like Facebook and Twitter. Responding to concerns expressed on social media in a timely manner can help you engage with happy patrons and address any frustrations voiced by unsatisfied customers; both of which nurture customer loyalty. It takes time and effort to monitor the world of online public…
  • Google and the ‘mobile friendly’ Browsing

    Jeff
    21 May 2015 | 10:12 am
    Google and ‘mobile friendly’ browsing for smartphones and tablets. The recent change will have a big impact on how millions of people shop, eat, and locate retailers. The new Google Algorithm which was released recently will potentially rank sites higher that Google has deemed as ‘mobile friendly’. If your website doesn’t fit the predefined mobile friendly standards then your site will be demoted in the rankings leading to loss of traffic, leads and sales revenue. Take the necessary steps to make sure your site doesn’t move to the bottom of mobile search results for not being…
  • Social Signals and SEO Rankings

    Jeff
    10 Mar 2015 | 5:54 am
    SOCIAL SIGNALS and SEO We all know that social media is a great way to help increase traffic. When connections are made by friends and followers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google Plus, Pinterest, StumbleUpon and others it shows user engagement with your brand. If we are focusing on great content and the content is frequently shared, linked to and generates more traffic for your site, then it is indirectly elevating your SEO rankings. In order to receive the benefits of social signals, a brand’s content and creative messaging needs to be innovative, creative and unique. The online…
  • Have you been hit by a panda or penguin?

    Jeff
    2 Feb 2015 | 10:45 pm
    Yes, as the subject line suggests, there are thousands of businesses suffering months and even years later from the dreaded Panda and Penguin updates. Many people we speak with talk as if it is their destiny to never get that pre-update traffic and visibility back in Google. NOT SO FAST!!!! When affected by algorithm updates, it is important to be able to identify which updates were the culprit. It simply is not enough to say “it was Panda” or “Penguin hit us.” OK, which one???? Ask yourself or the members on your team this: What is the difference between Panda 2.5 and…
  • 2015 Online Marketing Predictions

    Jason Gillikin
    9 Jan 2015 | 10:22 pm
    The Spartan Project will increase Bing’s market share. Well it’s about time Microsoft got a new browser! When was the last time someone willingly used Internet Explorer? I know people use it (58% in fact), but I get the feeling it’s just from being the default on PCs, right? With a new “lightweight” browser, Microsoft hopes users actually choose Spartan. And they have the opportunity for Spartan (or whatever they call it) to lead users to use Bing instead of Google. Right now Bing has only 19% of the search traffic. Let’s see if they can get that up to 25% by year end. Google Plus…
 
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    SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

  • The Most Effective YouTube SEO Tactics for Guaranteed Video & Website Traffic

    Guest Post
    27 Jun 2015 | 10:42 am
    YouTube is by far the most popular video-sharing sites today. Your business stands to benefit greatly from a YouTube presence in that: YouTube only comes after Google & Facebook when it comes to daily visits. Billions of videos are viewed every month on YouTube, meaning there is a very high chance that your video will get many views once you post it. You will reach targeted Web traffic. Recent research by Nielsen shows that YouTube gets the most visits from adults aged between 18 and 34. It is free to post a video on YouTube, meaning you can put your advertising dollars elsewhere. Your…
  • SEO Design Solutions Founder Jeffrey Smith Interviewed by Business Banter Plus

    Jeffrey_Smith
    29 May 2015 | 10:22 am
    Just wanted to share that we recently had the honor of being interviewed by Business Banter Plus from the 2nd most curious person on the planet Elaine Lindsay. In case you’re wondering what we’ve been working on, how SEO Design Solutions was born or where it’s going, this in-depth interview covers is all; including topics such as the SEO Design Framework, our upcoming SEO Ultimate+ release and more. If you have the time, please watch the video above and feel free to share this with others via social media. Once again another thanks to Trool Social Media’s Elaine…
  • SEO Ultimate Version 7.6.5.5 Released!

    Jeffrey_Smith
    12 May 2015 | 2:19 pm
    Hey Jeffrey here from SEO Design Solutions and just wanted to let you guys know in the spirit of transparency that we just found a bug in the modules’ enable/disable functionality of SEO Ultimate, but we’ve just added a fix and uploaded a new version of SEO Ultimate to the WordPress repository. The new version is SEO Ultimate Version 7.6.5.5. So, here’s the extent of the bug we found… By default, we typically disable the slug optimizer module, the nofollow manager and the meta keywords editor (allowing you to determine if you want to use and enable them). However since the update to…
  • SEO Ultimate Version 7.6.5.2 Now Available for Download!

    Jeffrey_Smith
    28 Apr 2015 | 3:44 pm
    Just a quick heads up to all of you who were so patient from our last update, the SEO Ultimate Plugin has now been updated to Version 7.6.5.2, so if you haven’t already, go ahead and update your copy from the WordPress repository now. We’ve crushed the bugs and it’s current with the latest version of WordPress. This was a great milestone as we’ve been working on some real advancements under the hood which we will announce soon, but, you’re free to join the eary-bird list now to be notified. Stay tuned for updates and let us know if you run into an issues. All the…
  • Other Ways to Measure SEO Results!

    Jeffrey_Smith
    14 Aug 2014 | 7:49 pm
    What are alternative SEO metrics (aside from rankings) you can use to determine if your SEO campaign is working? Quantifying the effects of your efforts is integral as you move up the rankings for intentional and unintentional keywords. Other Ways to Measure SEO Results! There are multiple ways to assess the impact of your SEO campaign aside from using rankings alone. As correlation does not imply causation, read further to determine alternative ways to measure SEO results! >>> Click HERE for Read Full Post!
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    Bruce Clay, Inc. Blog

  • Apps 101: Deep Linking, App Indexing and Why They Matter

    John Alexander
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Apps 101: Deep Linking, App Indexing and Why They Matter was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Apps are largely considered the new SEO frontier. Mobile app usage is growing at an incredible rate and shows no sign of slowing. Overall app usage grew by 76 percent in 2014, and lifestyle apps in particular saw 174 percent growth. If you have an app or are developing an app, app indexation and deep linking are things you definitely need to be paying attention to. Basically, Google wants to treat your app like a website. It wants to crawl it and…
  • Free SEO Tool Alert! Quick Backlink Snapshot from the Lightweight Link Analysis Report

    Melanie Saxe
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:54 pm
    Free SEO Tool Alert! Quick Backlink Snapshot from the Lightweight Link Analysis Report was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Along with the SEOToolSet Pro suite of diagnostic tools, Bruce Clay, Inc. offers free and free-standing versions of some of the same tools. There are 10 free SEO tools that anyone can use without logging in from the free SEO tools page of SEOToolSet.com. Though “lite,” they are powerful enough to give you valuable information that you can utilize to create and strengthen your SEO strategy. If you’re not familiar…
  • Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities

    Melanie Saxe
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
    Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Traffic comes to a website through many avenues, and mobile’s a major highway.  As digital marketers and business owners, it’s our job to ensure this road is the shortest, easiest route to our products or services; potential clients, current customers, and the search engines all expect this of us. If you haven’t embraced mobile search engine marketing, don’t worry. You can start now. This comprehensive Guide to Mobile PPC Opportunities covers how to reach your…
  • In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business?

    Kristi Kellogg
    16 Jun 2015 | 9:43 am
    In-House SEO or SEO Agency: Which is Right for Your Business? was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Devising or revising an SEO strategy for your business and wondering whether or not to go with an in-house SEO or an SEO agency? It’s a common – and good – question to be asking. The answer depends on your budget and your goals. Each option comes with its own benefits – and in a perfect world you would likely have both. Here’s Bruce Clay’s take on the issue: “It’s crucial to stay current with the latest SEO…
  • How to Set Up Google Search Console – Free Search Engine Optimization & Webmaster Tools for Your Website

    Paula Allen
    10 Jun 2015 | 11:39 am
    How to Set Up Google Search Console – Free Search Engine Optimization & Webmaster Tools for Your Website was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. If you have a website, then you ought to know about Google Search Console. Formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools, this free software is like a dashboard of instruments that let you manage your site. Seriously, unless you prefer running your online business blindfolded, getting this set up should be any webmaster’s SEO priority. In this article, you learn step-by-step how to set up a…
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  • Google’s “Quality Update” Rewards Positive Behavior [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

    Jim Kreinbrink
    10 Jun 2015 | 3:15 pm
    Google’s updates have been focused around penalizing bad behavior: low quality links, duplicate or thin content, ad heavy pages, doorway pages, and more. But at the beginning of May, a mysterious Google update was released that looks to be more focused on boosting the right sites. Google officially claimed there was no update, then later […]
  • April 2015 Did you survive Google’s Mobile-pocalypse? [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

    Janna Vance
    11 May 2015 | 8:10 pm
    One of Google’s largest updates in years happened last month. Did your mobile rankings survive what many were hailing as the end times for mobile traffic? It may not be as bad as expected for your site – but certainly beaware of the risks and rewards to make an informed decision. Here are some questions […]
  • 8 Things We Know About Google’s Upcoming Mobile Update [Monthly Summary of Search]

    Janna Vance
    14 Apr 2015 | 5:26 pm
    Google is implementing a mobile update come April 21. They have been releasing small details, and here is what we know so far: 1. The penalty is on a page-by-page basis:  Instead of judging an entire site, Google will assess the mobile friendliness of each page. This is very unlike Google Panda’s penalties: Usually a […]
  • Google, The Internet Police Force, Aims At Mobile [Monthly Summary of Search]

    Janna Vance
    9 Mar 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Google is quickly becoming the self-appointed internet police force. To be fair, it sure is nice to have Google warn us when a website may be compromised and spreading malware. Google recently gave some false positives, but otherwise does a good job of keeping the internet a safe and happy place. Now Google is going […]
  • Conversion is King [Summary of Search]

    Janna Vance
    9 Feb 2015 | 8:08 pm
    Content is helpful, but conversion is everything. The point of content – and usability in general – is to meet business objectives. Any business objective can be a conversion of sorts: bookmarking, social sharing/liking, video views, time on site, lead generation, add to cart, and hopefully even completing the sale! By measuring each step, brands can understand […]
 
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    Fathom

  • How NOT To Write a Prospecting Email, Part II

    Paul Richlovsky
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:09 pm
    I know, Part II? Is a series in the making? Before you accuse me of going Hollywood and getting sequel-, prequel- and reboot-crazy in the absence of all original ideas, please humor me. First, this sequel email is as good as the original one I featured … we’re talking The Godfather vs. The Godfather: Part II or Batman Begins vs. The Dark Knight. Second, I know everybody gets prospected, and most prospecting emails are not worth more than the tenth of a second it takes to delete them. However, I feel that salespeople and marketers (who also write/edit emails, sometimes for…
  • Client Success Story: Terryberry Embarks on Expansion Project

    Drew Kraemer
    26 Jun 2015 | 9:36 am
    Earlier this month, Fathom’s long-time client, Terryberry, a company specializing in employee appreciation awards, made a welcome announcement that it will be expanding its Grand Rapids, Michigan, campus and creating 53 new jobs. Managing partner of Terryberry, Mike Byam, told MLive reporter Jim Harger in an article that the expansion project “will allow us to continue to grow our brand globally and better serve our ever-expanding portfolio of clients and their unique recognition needs.” Byam’s relationship to the company is familial: His great-grandfather was Herbert…
  • Consumer Brand SEO Pulse: 6.25.15

    Jenna Hedman
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:57 am
    Welcome to the weekly Consumer Brand pulse, where we keep you updated on what’s going on in the world of SEO. Our goal is to stay on top of any new strategies and changes to make sure you have access to the best on-site and off-site SEO methods. Google is making a lot of changes (as usual), and this week covers desktop and mobile search. “Not Panda: Google Confirms Another Core Search Algorithm Update” Google has confirmed an update to the core search algorithm, which may very well be the “Google Quality Update” from May. Though we don’t know details about this specific update,…
  • Master Manufacturing Marketing at the MAGNET-Fathom Workshop

    Victoria Grieshammer
    23 Jun 2015 | 11:05 am
    MAGNET is known for its dedication to the individual growth of manufacturers in the North East Ohio Area.  Fathom provides manufacturing marketing expertise, specializing in revenue growth. On July 16th, these two local manufacturing juggernauts are combining powers—to your benefit—in a digital marketing workshop focused on  manufacturing marketing. Together, we offer manufacturers the opportunity to access unbounded growth through digital marketing. The workshop is titled “How Modern Manufacturers are Leveraging Digital Marketing to Grow Their Businesses” and is aimed…
  • Thank-You Notes: One Champion’s Secret to Sales

    Paul Richlovsky
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:21 am
    I got a lot of favorable responses to last week’s blog post about the best (worst) prospecting email I’ve ever received. Thanks for all the love, readers. That errant message brings me to a kind of writing on the opposite end of the spectrum … one that is sure to generate sales. As I learned this past weekend, this amazing piece of writing is (drumroll, please) … the thank-you note. Before you accuse me of being a syrupy New-Ager, consider that Tom Hopkins, renowned sales coach and author of How To Master the Art of Selling, writes 5-10 thank-you notes a day,…
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  • Geofeedia: Location Based Social Media Monitoring Tool

    EduTek_SocialMedia Consultant
    19 Jun 2015 | 3:39 am
    We are familiar with social media monitoring tools based on keywords / hashtags. Now let me introduce Geofeedia that monitors based on location first and then using other parameters. According to Geofeedia’s website, it is a  ‘location based social media monitoring platform that lets you search, engage, and analyze real-time social media content from anywhere in the world — with a single click’ Image Source: http://bit.ly/1MRyJWX Unlike usual social media listening tools, Geofeedia runs the search first by location rather than by keywords or hashtags. Thus you get more hidden data…
  • My Recent Updates in Educational Technology & SMM

    EduTek_SocialMedia Consultant
    15 Jun 2015 | 11:29 pm
    My recent updates in Educational Technology and Social Media Marketing can be accessed by visiting the following links: Educational Technology Social Media Marketing
  • Innovative Digital Marketing Conference

    EduTek_SocialMedia Consultant
    20 May 2015 | 11:44 pm
    Don't forget to attend the 'Innovative Digital Marketing Conference' on 17th June at Colombo Organized by  Asha Jayamanne Managing Director / CEO at Integrated Learning Solutions, Colombo, Sri Lanka The above event was to be followed up in Male' (Maldives). The events at both the places are postponed to July. Will provide the updates after the events are over.
  • Create Interactive Learning Experiences from Online Videos

    EduTek_SocialMedia Consultant
    13 May 2015 | 4:43 am
    As the title suggests you can create interactive learning experiences from online videos using Zaption. These interactive learning experiences engage the students thus making learning an active experience rather than a passive one. Zaption lets you customize the online video by adding images, text and questions to meet your learner’s needs share the interactive videos with a simple link or embed on your blog posts, website or LMS get instant analytics of students’ responses that helps you measure student’s understanding and redesign instruction You can watch a quick demo by visiting the…
  • Marketing Technology Virtual Conference

    EduTek_SocialMedia Consultant
    4 May 2015 | 3:09 am
    You can join the Marketing Technology Virtual Conference on 8th May at 11am ET. According to Marketing Technology Virtual Conference 3 experts will talk big picture about how the new technologies are changing marketing along with real tips and strategies for getting at the data you need so that you can convert leads to revenue, and drive conversion with content. ‘Your FREE pass includes access to: Three actionable sessions with live, interactive Q&A Networking lounge for discussion with your peers and speakers Expert advice and tips from our sponsors Special attendee-only resources’…
 
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  • Don’t Have a Content Marketing Strategy? You’re Losing Money!

    Melanie Rembrandt, www.rembrandtwrites.com
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Writing copy that sells is not a passing trend. While there is a lot of hype now about BtoC and BtoB Content Marketing and Content Strategy, these processes have been around for a long time… just with different names. And there is no need for confusion. Let’s keep it simple… What is content marketing? It’s […] The post Don’t Have a Content Marketing Strategy? You’re Losing Money! appeared first on Boost sales with BtoB Content Strategy and PR here..
  • 10 Blog Ideas to Start Your Content Marketing Tactics Now!

    Melanie Rembrandt, www.rembrandtwrites.com
    10 Jun 2015 | 8:20 am
    Time to provide valuable information to boost sales. You are ready to start your content marketing strategy with some great blogs. You turn on computer, open Word, and get ready to write. Then, you wait. The keyboard beckons for you to strike a key. Inspiration is calling. But. Nothing. Happens. Your mind is a complete […] The post 10 Blog Ideas to Start Your Content Marketing Tactics Now! appeared first on Boost sales with BtoB Content Strategy and PR here..
  • Are Blogs Part of Your BtoB Content Marketing Strategy?

    Melanie Rembrandt, www.rembrandtwrites.com
    28 May 2015 | 6:34 am
    Your tactics depend on your target market You are busy running your business and know that you should be posting blogs on a regular basis, but who has time? Ugh! It’s just another thing on your giant, “To Do” list that is stressing you out. But in reality, you may be worrying for nothing. Remember, […] The post Are Blogs Part of Your BtoB Content Marketing Strategy? appeared first on Boost sales with BtoB Content Strategy and PR here..
  • Content Marketing for May

    Melanie Rembrandt, www.rembrandtwrites.com
    15 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    Boost online awareness fast – even if it’s last minute! Memorial Day and warmer weather are here. Have you prepared your promotions and content relevant to this time of year and your target market? If not, don’t worry. There is still some time to create a few content-pieces this month such as: 1. Blogs You […] The post Content Marketing for May appeared first on Boost sales with BtoB Content Strategy and PR here..
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  • Why Solar Energy Is a Good, Renewable Energy Source?

    Abigale Sherman
    27 Jun 2015 | 7:59 am
    These days we hear a lot about using organic products, biodegradable products, recycling plastics, etc., to minimize carbon footprint and save the environment. But we do not realize that unless and until we minimize consumption, we can not really save our environment. For example, look at the world consumption; Today’s products are manufactured, used and disposed of at a higher rate than the earth can accommodate in a less harmful way. Therefore it is important that we move to green alternatives now, otherwise, will be covered by pollutants and toxins produced in the normal course of…
  • Most Efficient Solar Panels

    Abigale Sherman
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    In trying to create the most efficient solar panels, pay special attention to the portion of the backsheet of the panels. A backsheet layer is the solar panel which solar cells are arranged. The other side of this backsheet, more precisely in the upper middle area is the junction box. A backsheet are often made of vinyl fluoride or PVF which is similar to PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, the material used in pipes and water pipes. P.V.F. It is commonly used in aircraft interiors and vehicles. DuPont, the US chemical company founded in 1802, created in the 1940s, polyvinyl fluoride polymer (PVF).
  • What Is a Photovoltaic System?

    Abigale Sherman
    21 Jun 2015 | 4:05 am
    This is a common question from the uninitiated. A photovoltaic (or PV System) is an installation of solar panels that can be used to provide electricity and if you generate more energy than it needs, can be fed back to the network. Domestic photovoltaic systems have two main options installations. Existing properties tend to opt for a mounting system “roof”, where the panels are sitting slightly above the roof surface. This causes the least disruption of the structure and the tiling of existing coverage. The alternative is a system of “roof” where the panels replace…
  • How to Buy an Ideal Solar Power System for Your Home

    Abigale Sherman
    20 Jun 2015 | 4:55 pm
    Concerned about the sudden increase in their electricity bills? You want to get rid of this problem? Why not switch to solar energy and live a tension free life thereafter! As electricity prices are increasing day by day, people began to feel the pain of this abrupt question mounting. Many owners of the world are moving towards a better option and expense, ie, “solar energy”. Installation is no doubt that this type of power system in your home is the best way to use the sun’s energy and cut all electricity bills, but there is a big question that arises here, namely,…
  • Use Solar Energy to Earn a LEED Certification

    Abigale Sherman
    20 Jun 2015 | 4:59 am
    LEED certification for buildings or commercial facilities by installing a solar power system is a way to save costs on your bottom while establishing energy independence. As a happy side note, LEED designation and use of solar energy is also a very effective way to generate additional positive PR and word of mouth for your business. If you plan to build a new plant or upgrading of an existing building in the near future, consider adding a solar energy system to reduce or eliminate their dependence on local public services providers. LEED certification reduces operating costs Probably the most…
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    Local SEO Guide

  • How Did Thumbtack Get Out Of The SEO Penalty Box?

    Andrew Shotland
    16 Jun 2015 | 10:50 am
    The SEM Post and Search Engine Land are both reporting that Thumbtack.com has experienced a seemingly complete recovery after receiving a manual link hammer to the head from Google (they don’t like the term “penalty”) which rendered the site all but invisible in Google’s SERPs. Jennifer Slegg goes into great detail speculating as to what Thumbtack [...]The post How Did Thumbtack Get Out Of The SEO Penalty Box? appeared first on Local SEO Guide.
  • Google My Business Locations Down To Two Categories?

    Dan Leibson
    9 Jun 2015 | 3:37 pm
    This morning we noticed Google My Business Locations starting to toss “error” messages whenever you are saving a location that has more then two categories. Here is a location with no errors when saved (and only two categories): And here is what it looks like when you add a third category:   Tested this across [...]The post Google My Business Locations Down To Two Categories? appeared first on Local SEO Guide.
  • Thumbtack’s Teachable SEO Moment

    Andrew Shotland
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:45 am
    It’s kind of big news in the Local SEO biz that Thumbtack.com* has received a manual action penalty from Google for unnatural linkbuilding. If you study Thumbtack’s backlink profile or read some of the articles on the subject, you can see that perhaps parts of their backlink strategy may have gotten them into trouble, which [...]The post Thumbtack’s Teachable SEO Moment appeared first on Local SEO Guide.
  • Local Directories UnDoorwayed…

    Andrew Shotland
    1 Jun 2015 | 11:40 am
    When SEO Roundtable reported that Google had fixed a problem with the Local algorithm, I checked some of the local directories that I had earlier reported had been doorwayed and lo and behold: So Google taketh away and Google giveth back…for now…The post Local Directories UnDoorwayed… appeared first on Local SEO Guide.
  • Welcome to Google Webmasters Search Console Tools Central!

    Dan Leibson
    29 May 2015 | 11:05 am
    It’s really important to update your <title> tags when re-launching or re-branding a site It helps create a better search experience, and decreases confusion related to your branding. For example, oDesk recently rebranded and relaunched their site as UpWork: Their <title> tags are properly updated and there is no disconnect when you do a branded [...]The post Welcome to Google Webmasters Search Console Tools Central! appeared first on Local SEO Guide.
 
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    SEO Chat

  • Google Penalties: Strategists and SEO Pros Share Their Insights

    Deborah Anderson
    8 Jun 2015 | 9:04 am
    Even after these past few years, the phrase, “Google Penalty,” has a way of stopping one in their tracks as if frozen. Not everyone is affected that way, but it is still common enough. It is a similar reaction that some people have over the mention of going to the dentist. That fear has subsided for some. As people gain knowledge about the penalties and the process of penalty removal, the fear begins to dissipate. There are some people who do not care about Google penalties and can live blissfully in spite of them. There is one thing that remains constant. That is that the…
  • 5 SEO Tips For Boosting Your Local Rankings With Perfect Mentions

    Michelle Rubio
    6 Jun 2015 | 10:07 am
    This recent online marketing technique is the ultimate solution to almost 90% of local business owners who are seeking ways to brand their businesses in the local market and enhance local SEO results without violating any search engine protocols. Simply put, local citations refer to online mentions of your business name alone or with your address and phone number on local directories, classifieds, blogs, email newsletters, or websites. These mentions may or may not have any links. If performed strategically and diligently, local citations can add immense value to any business. Why are local…
  • Video SEO Basics: Infographic by @Shakr

    Ann Smarty
    27 May 2015 | 8:32 am
    Video is one of the most forgotten aspects of SEO today. We’ve know about the positive effects of incorporating video in your SEO strategy for a long time, but it is still something that a lot of people overlook when trying to rank their sites. The fact is that video allows you to tap into the second largest search engine (YouTube), helps increase conversion rates, makes your brand stand out in Google search, and make your visitors engage more with your content, both on your site and on social media channels. The guys over at Shakr, a video ad template startup, created this handy…
  • How To Design A Stylish Google Mobile Friendly Website

    Natalie Sullivan
    21 May 2015 | 2:13 pm
    Google is currently the leading search engine for mobile sites, with more than 90% of the market share. Their decision to concentrate upon mobile accessibility sometimes works to the detriment of their traditional PC-based market. Until recently, many Google website owners had sites which were focused upon the PC user, rather than upon mobile devices, but with Google’s decision to require mobile-friendly websites from its users, websites owners are now facing a choice: ignore the new directive, and risk sliding down the search engine rankings, or obey the directive, and try to make your…
  • How To Use the New @SPYFU for Smart Competitor Analysis

    Al Gomez
    12 May 2015 | 10:15 am
    The point of a competitor analysis is NOT to copy moves or strategies. Rather, it’s to FIND OUT what your rivals are good at to come up with better techniques. There are hundreds of tools out there for competitor analysis. Some are free, most are not. One of our favorite tools is SPYFU; which we have been using since 2013 for our keyword research needs. They recently released a new version that lets digital marketers do more than keyword research. Whether you’re new to SEO or are already an expert, use this tool for competitor research. Here’s how to perform competitor…
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    Internet Marketing Ninjas Blog

  • Everything You Wanted to Know about Pinterest Business Accounts

    Ann Smarty
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    We all love Pinterest on a personal level, right? It is a fun idea, using visual media rather than the usual form of social blogging that we are used to. As far as business applications are concerned we all know we should be utilizing Pinterest as the valuable tool it is. But because it is so specific (It’s all about visual content!) it can seem a bit intimidating. How do you actually use it? Does it really work? The answer to the latter is a resounding ‘Yes!’ Pinterest has been used by many brands, big and small, to improve everything from visibility to traffic, and can even be…
  • 301 Redirects, Click-Through Manipulation & the “News-Wave” Update: Weekly Forum Roundup

    Mark Roberts
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    This week in the communities, our users are buzzing about recent changes and working hard to analyze the many updates and shifts from the last few months. It’s busy, but also exciting, to have so much happening around us! Definitely a welcome change from the cliché of a “slow summer.” Take a look at some of these great discussions from the past week: How Exactly is Google Using Click-Through Data? On Threadwatch, Ann Smarty pointed out that Rand Fishkin has done an interesting experiment with click-throughs on Google. It seems that click-through manipulation returns fast…
  • 20 Sites to Diversify Your Visual Marketing

    Ann Smarty
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    A big part of having a blog is filling it with plenty of quality, relevant content. The bulk of that responsibility will fall on your writing and whatever it is you offer as your niche. That will end up taking most of your time and effort, as well as maintaining the blog itself and promoting it. But having solid visual content is also important, whether as a header for a post or to illustrate a point. The rise of visual web is exponential; there’s no way content marketers can ignore it any more. While paying for stock image subscription is one of the obvious solutions, the key is also…
  • Thumbtack Penalty & Recovery, Trust Issues, Bing Moving to Encrypt and More: Weekly Forum Roundup!

    Mark Roberts
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    How much do you trust what you hear? That’s a million dollar question, eh? But directly or indirectly, it’s one that gets asked every day in the SEO community. Where do you stand? Maybe some of our threads about industry scandal, backlinks, mobile optimization, and more will get you thinking and help you take a stance: Mobile Friendly’s Second Shoe Soon to Drop? Mobilegeddon pushed a variety of “mobile-friendly” metrics into the public consciousness. But now, there are hints that Google may be pushing a new one – load speed. Earlier this week, Google began…
  • While Waiting for Google Panda, We Are Giving Away Our In-depth Panda Whitepaper

    Ann Smarty
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    On June 2 at SMX Advanced Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes announced that the next Google Panda update was going to happen within 2 to four weeks (Which sounds like one of these days already) Panda is one of the most complicated (in terms of recovery) Google algorithm updates. It may take months and months to recover and lots of work on on-site content. Are you worried? We’d love to hear from you! Please take this quick survey to receive a free copy of indepth Panda whitepaper written by our CEO Jim Boykin. Create your own user feedback survey What is Google Panda? Google…
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  • Community tips: How to turn customers into brand advocates

    Kasia Piekut
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:19 am
    Today’s digital opportunities provide brands with many occasions to connect with their core consumers in meaningful ways. But in order for this to work, brands themselves have to foster advocacy and make it a prominent part of their marketing strategies. In the age of consumer control and peer-to-peer influence, it’s not a secret that brand ambassadors are amongst the most powerful partners you could wish to have on your side. Yet as many reports suggest, brands are largely failing at driving advocacy through social media. To help you grow a healthy environment on social media we are…
  • How Ecommerce Sites can Leverage the 5 Stages of the Customer Buying Cycle

    Faye Foot
    23 Jun 2015 | 1:42 am
    The customer buying cycle is a process that everyone within digital marketing should be familiar with. Whether you’re redesigning a website or improving the site structure the stages within the customer buying cycle should be considered at all times. Identifying what your potential clients are searching for and the content required for each stage is paramount to turning a shopper into a client. Whilst it’s common for online business owners to always focus on the sale, it’s important to remember that shoppers go through a purchasing funnel before they become customers. What are the 5…
  • Google Search Console: A Beginner’s Guide

    Alexandra Johnson
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:22 am
    This blog post supersedes the original version which was published by Daniel Bianchini in July 2011 under the title ‘Google Webmaster Tools: A Beginner’s guide to Installation’. Since Google Webmaster Tools first launched around 10 years ago, its been the first port of call for webmasters diagnosing issues with their website. In 2015 that hasn’t changed. We may have sophisticated  tools for monitoring web projects and software that shows us our data in a million different segments, but Webmaster Tools remains as valuable today as ever. Webmaster Tools in 2007…
  • Matt Bentley on SEO tools, keywords & the future

    Charlie Williams
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:26 am
    SEO can be a hard craft. It can feel a slippery, fickle topic; the downside to the industry’s fantastic agility, adaptive streak and drive for constant improvement is a need to continually adopt new techniques, knowledge and tools. That does however give us the perfect excuse to always be trying out new software and tools, and who doesn’t like to kick the tyres on some new toys? It was while checking out one of the new keyword tools on the block, CanIRank, that I got chatting to Matt Bentley, the tool’s founder. Matt kindly agreed to turn our banter into a full interview. We…
  • SEO Myths Busted – One week on

    Bobby McGill
    11 Jun 2015 | 4:40 am
    Myths. They’re everywhere, and they range from those that crop up in everyday life (cracking your knuckles gives you arthritis) to the downright odd (Tom Jones insured his chest hair for $7 million). Try as we may we can’t escape these falsehoods, and unfortunately it’s no different in the world of digital marketing. myth 1. A widely held but false belief or idea: ‘keyword research is all about choosing big volume keywords‘ Last week we launched our new resource: ‘SEO Myths Busted by the Experts & You!‘, aimed at creating a space where we can…
 
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    SEO 2.0

  • Twitter: To Tweet or Not to Tweet? Pros & Cons, Free Tools + Resources

    Tadeusz Szewczyk
    3 Jun 2015 | 6:45 am
    When it comes to Twitter people are clearly divided. Some people hate Twitter, others love it. Both of them are right for different reasons. Actually there are many reasons to use Twitter or not. Here you’ll find plenty of them plus resources to actually use it. Unlike Facebook where you just follow friends and family you already know Twitter gets used to follow mostly strangers you are interested in. So follow me to get the latest insights on blogging, social media and search! Indeed I’ve been using Twitter for over seven years now and it is a powerful link sharing plus social…
  • Is Your Site Really Mobile-Friendly or Just Pleasing Google?

    Tadeusz Szewczyk
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:05 am
    The good news first: making a site mobile-friendly is easy. I have converted my custom built and decade old main site to responsive web design myself even though I don’t work as a web developer for 10 years anymore either. It took me half an hour here and there of tweaking and testing. The bad news second: under the guise of making your site mobile-friendly Google blackmails you into giving them your visual content (images) and access to the private parts of your site namely your styles and scripts. They threaten you with a penalty in case you don’t give away your images, scripts…
  • humans.txt – Which Parts of Your Site to Hide for People Which Not

    Tadeusz Szewczyk
    17 Apr 2015 | 8:17 am
    Recently I’ve read a very good guide for humans on the robots.txt file which most people including me neglect. Why block content from bots at all? I prefer to optimize for people not bots and thus I imagined what would need to be added to a hypothetical “humans.txt” file. Which parts of your site would you need to hide? Which site elements would need not be visible for sure?   Clutter everywhere It’s amazing how much unnecessary and often downright harmful stuff website owners push onto the unsuspecting public. Cluttered interfaces, annoying ads, polluted URLs and…
  • Popularization Techniques to Learn from Music and Science

    Tadeusz Szewczyk
    9 Mar 2015 | 9:18 am
    Now that I reframed SEO as part of the bigger popularization efforts I’d like to show you some popularization techniques to learn from music and science to make products and people known. No, you don’t need to “twerk” or drop nuclear bombs to get the word spread about you or your product. It’s not about buying ads for inflated attention like marketers suggest either. It’s about mass appeal.   Pop, pop, pop – popularization When you hear the long and officially sounding term popularization you immediately remember knowing it without instant…
  • How to Popularize Ideas Online

    Tadeusz Szewczyk
    20 Jan 2015 | 7:20 am
    Ideas are not websites. You do not optimize them for search or social media. Ideas get spread by people when they are agreeable memorable provide solutions and can be implemented on their own without buying expensive solutions. How can an idea of yours spread like wildfire and provide a visible benefit to you?   How I tried to popularize an idea I’d like to show you an example close to home. I’ve been popularizing ideas all the time, especially one specific idea, the idea of the next level, modern, social SEO. Yes, the SEO 2.0 I stand for is an idea I popularized to some…
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  • Get the Best Out of Facebook Advertising

    Jubin Thakkar
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:12 am
    Social Media Advertising as a vertical has expanded to all kinds of brands and occupations in the past couple of years. From selling a product online, getting users to fill lead forms, creating awareness about a brand, promoting an event, all of this can be achieved through social media. In fact it is of utmost importance for any brand to be present on social media for a successful online marketing campaign. One of the primary platforms to advertise on social media is Facebook. Given the enormous amount of users that Facebook has, it is extremely important for brands to be present on this…
  • Google search operators and hacks part-2

    Vishwanath Hegde
    4 Jun 2015 | 5:04 am
    Exclude operator (-): We have all encountered the situation where we get irrelevant search results for the query that we are looking for or are shown results from completely unrelated fields due to some common terms. The Exclude operator helps us weed out irrelevant results. This operator can be used to exclude anything – a keyword or website or a set of pages and so on. Hack: Exclude operator can be an effective tool in monitoring the visibility of our brand on the internet or in finding potential sources to syndicate our articles in future. For example, a search query ‘Flipkart…
  • A Useful Guide on Google’s Search Operators and Hacks

    Vishwanath Hegde
    4 Jun 2015 | 4:59 am
    Google has over trillion webpages indexed on its database. Finding the right websites for building partnerships or to find a very specific piece of information on the web can be a grueling task. This is where search operators come in handy. Once you get a hang of it, you will get your desired pages in no time, and with less effort. Operators can be effective time savers and help you in narrowing down your search. We have listed some operators which can be used to simplify your data mining or extraction process of any kind. Introduction to basic operators If you are in SEO, finding…
  • Part Two : Implementation using Google Tag Manager V2

    Soham Shah
    27 May 2015 | 5:42 am
    Now, after reading through the changes brought by Google in v2 and learning about newer variables (built-in and user), it’s time for business. Incase you have missed reading it, do have a quick read(link) Moving on, let’s learn how you can create a tag in GTM, review the changes and publish the container successfully. You shall also get insights on the newly introduced triggers (earlier called firing rules). Section 2.1:Create a tag and Publish the container Step 1: Click on Add a new tagoption present on the interface Step 2: Choose which type of product you want to create. Key products…
  • Part One : What’s New in Google Tag Manager v2

    Soham Shah
    27 May 2015 | 5:41 am
    “You can now migrate your existing accounts to our new user interface. On June 1st, all accounts will be automatically migrated”. How often have you seen this and wondered about how the process of migrating to a completely new version shall be? What shall be the changes incorporated in the new version? Will the new version be easy to use? You could possibly find the answers to all of these questions in this blog. To make things easy for you, we have split this blog into multiple sections – Section 1.1:Changes incorporated in v2 Google Tag Manager has launched a new interface which…
 
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  • Lean Cuisine Shifts the Conversation Around Weight via #WeighThis

    360i
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:56 pm
    Nestlé’s Lean Cuisine (client) is embarking on a rebrand to shift the company from its diet roots to a modern health and lifestyle brand. In its recently launched social campaign #WeighThis, in partnership with 360i, Lean Cuisine is striking up a conversation around weight, encouraging women to “weigh something that matters.” The effort includes a short video of women “weighing” their personal accomplishments like motherhood, making dean’s list, and traveling the world – not their bodies. As part of the brand’s strategic shift, Lean Cuisine is introducing new…
  • 360i Innovation Strategist Fitz Maro Recounts Cannes Lions Experience

    360i
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    360i Innovation Strategist and winner of the Campaign US “Fearless Thinker” contest Fitz Maro touched down in the French Riviera one week ago to attend this year’s Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. With two notebooks, and functioning off only a few hours of sleep each night, he shared a first-timer’s account of our industry’s largest annual festival and awards show. While on the ground last week, he kept a Cannes Lions blog for Campaign US describing his experiences and takeaways. In his recounts, Fitz talks the Internet of Things (IOT), technology and its undeniable importance…
  • Mobile Search: What Marketers Need to Consider Beyond Website Content

    Scott Walldren
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:19 am
    Search has reached a mobile tipping point with more than 50 percent of all queries coming from mobile devices. To make the most of search efforts on mobile, marketers should be aware of the fact that search engines are no longer just driving to website content, but to native app content as well. In April, Google announced an update about its App Indexing API, which helps the search engine crawl and display in-app content in search results pages on mobile devices, similarly to how Google crawls and indexes the web for desktop searches. Google’s App Indexing API presents marketers with new…
  • Amending the Alliance: A Sneak Peek into Yahoo Gemini’s Ad Enhancements

    Brendan Alberts
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:22 pm
    In a move that provides Yahoo with greater flexibility to monetize its search traffic, Microsoft and Yahoo announced in a recent press release that the online media giants have amended their search partnership to “improve the search experience, create value for advertisers and establish ongoing stability for partners.” The basic framework of the original agreement remains intact; however, both companies can now exercise greater autonomy under the new deal, specifically as it relates to the delivery of text ads across devices. Shortly after the details of the new agreement were announced,…
  • Millennials’ Modern Views of Family & Traditions Marketers Should Know

    Celinne DaCosta
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:03 pm
    The idea of a traditional nuclear family – the married heterosexual couple living happily with their biological children – has heavily influenced American culture for the past several decades. Brand messaging around the family has, for the most part, remained equally outdated: consumers continue to see idyllic advertisements such as perfect families gathering for dinner, gleefully laughing as mom serves food on the table. But, in recent years, there has been a cultural shift away from this old-fashioned ideology – a change primarily driven by younger consumers. Millennials are…
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    How to Make Money Blogging

  • Mark Ling’s Affilorama (AffiloTheme) Review

    Frank
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:48 pm
    As one of the most important component of Mark Ling’s Affilorama Internet marketing programs, AffiloTheme still has actually been getting lots of positive evaluations. The site Businessreviewcenter.com has actually decided to receive a copy of this Mark Ling’s Online marketing program and has completed a thorough review. The AffiloTheme evaluation might help affiliate online marketers, that includes seasoned marketers and even simply newbies, understand that whether they can earn actual online earnings from this program or not. Mark Ling’s Affilorama (AffiloTheme) Review…
  • Mark Ling Affilorama Reviews: Affilotheme Top 3 Benefits, Bonus and Results!

    Frank
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:47 pm
    Affilotheme has been on the market for more than 2 years. Created by Mark Ling, Affilotheme has made online marketing world extremely delighted. Mark Ling updated his effective wordpress style often and developed Affilotheme the simple method to crate stunning affiliate websites that transform. Unlike a great deal of WordPress styles Mark Ling and team have actually developed Affilotheme to take full advantage of earnings, wow visitors, impress Google and build an email list quick. After a fast Affilotheme review, this WordPress theme is a device that can make any affiliate marketer a lot…
  • Mark Ling’s Affilorama and AffiloTheme Review: Top 1 Premium WordPress Theme

    Frank
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:47 pm
    Mark Ling’s Affilorama and AffiloTheme has been released for years and web designers still aspire for more information about this versatile WordPress theme. AffiloTheme enables users to construct aesthetically stunning web sites without the need for extra training or software. Nevertheless, the actual selling point is that it’s constructed with the special needs of affiliate marketing professionals in mind. AffiloTheme developer Mark Ling is a leading web marketing “guru” understood for helping brand-new online marketers to prosper. His Affilorama program supplies…
  • Patrick Chan’s CB Passive Income 3.0 Review: Why You Should Get Passive Income Today?

    Frank
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:46 pm
    The following is my CB Passive Income 3.0 Review. CB Passive Income 3.0 is created by Patrick Chan. Unlike the other CB passive income review, Looking for the very best passive earnings program? This short article will tell you what you require to do. Looking for the finest passive earnings business? This post will inform you exactly what you have to do to assist you to develop your future and attain success in constructing passive income. CB Passive Income is very popular and will be more and more popular soon. Passive Income is a dream to the majority of people, however for many, it is a…
  • Mark Ling v Reviews: Affilotheme, Top WordPress Premium Theme or Just Another Scam?!

    Frank
    28 Jun 2015 | 1:31 am
    Mark Ling Affilorama has been popular for quite a while. When talking about Affilorama, Affilotheme is the essential part of this whole Internet marketing program. If you are still wondering if Mark Ling’s Affilorama, or Affilotheme is a scam or not. Please read below. Mark Ling Affilorama Reviews: Affilotheme, Top WordPress Premium Theme or Just Another Scam?! Ever since the Affilotheme WordPress theme became available in 2012 it stays in the wildly popular Affilorama family of items from Mark Ling. This is the first WordPress theme built particularly to fill the needs of web…
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    CanuckSEO

  • How to Know Who’s On the Field?

    Jimmy Rudnick
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:35 am
    You’re a small SMB owner – say  you’re a lawyer who has just hung out your shingle or a locksmith working out of your first ever retail store or a Mom & Pop sandwich shop and you’re thinking that this online world may be the way to get you some new customers or clients. Good thought! And you realize that there’s already other legal firms out there in your city or other locksmith shops or sandwich stores and that as the “new” kid in town, you’re going to have to compete with them. So your next thought would be you wonder how they’re…
  • Google + Twitter = New SEO Opportunities, eh!

    Jimmy Rudnick
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    Not new news, but the recent signing of a deal tween Google & Twitter – whereby Google would get access to the Twitterverse via tapping into their stream of tweets has some real opportunites, we think in the SEO world. Note I said “think” as we’re testing it like we know other SEO firms are too and that the results will be posted here on what we find – but in the meantime, you should know that the deal has been signed and the Twitter “hose” of tweets is now capable of being indexed by Google. Announced about 7 weeks ago, we’ve been testing…
  • SEO Program Renewal? Is It Worth It?

    Jimmy Rudnick
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:25 am
    Okay so you’ve been working with your SEO firm to get your search engine rankings up as high as you both can over the past year, let’s say. You had faith that this firm could do the job – you contracted with them and now it’s time to think on renewals. And to make that decision, you’ll need to compare and think on many factors that should have changed over that past program year. First, let’s talk about keyword rankings. Say you’re a small law firm and you specialize in personal injury type law….so you and your SEO firm worked hard to come up…
  • A Realistic SEO TimeLine Understanding is Best!

    Jimmy Rudnick
    12 Jun 2015 | 8:34 am
    You know the type of prospective clients who come to you know little about your area of expertise. You know that they expect champagne results on a beer budget. You know that they want it yesterday. And lastly you know after years in your channel, that they think they know best. IF what I’ve just described to you is what you face in your SMB operation, whether you sell products or services, then you know that over here in the SEO world, we get the exact same type of clients too. They “know” SEO cause they google searched it and read a couple of posts on the first page.
  • Call to Action Collaterals…

    Jimmy Rudnick
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:14 am
    If you think that your call-to-action is the only way to get a prospective buyer of your products or services to actually click on that button then there’s this thinking that offers up some similar “pushes” towards that conversion (reprint here from our book “Online Marketing Success.”) Testimonials… When done right, testimonials can be a strong ally in establishing the credibility of your website. When done wrong, they can actually do more harm than good. I’m sure you’ve seen websites loaded with testimonials that all sound as though they were…
 
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    Home Based Business Resources

  • Google Site Quality Patent, Get Pinterest Followers, Facebook Custom Audiences, #Speedlink 26:2015

    DiTesco
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:51 am
    Hi everyone, hope you all had a great and productive week! Google’s recent patent about “site quality” suggest that a new kind of influence in the rankings may soon have an immense implications for marketers. In Rand’s Whiteboard Friday video below, he discusses what the patent says, what it means, and adds his own twist to get us thinking about where Google might be heading. How Google May Use Searcher, Usage, & Clickstream Behavior to Impact Rankings How to Get Your First 1000 Followers on Pinterest Neil Patel of QuickSprout.com thinks that Pinterest is not being…
  • Keywords Volume and Value, Facebook Traffic, Core Search Algo Update, #Speedlink 25:2015

    DiTesco
    21 Jun 2015 | 6:32 am
    Hi everyone, hope you all had a great and productive week! Doing keyword research is not just about volume and number of searches. To know the potential value of keywords in a certain niche, there is more to do than just look at the number of searches keywords get each month. In the video below, Rand of Moz.com explains what more you should be looking at, and how you can use other data to prioritize some groups over others. Why We Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook This week, Neil of QuickSprout.com published and infographic about why people enjoy liking, commenting, and sharing on…
  • Email Etiquette Around The World

    DiTesco
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:48 am
    Everyone can now send e-mail messages with their mobile device or computers. With just one click, you can easily send your message to anyone from any part of the globe. But before you send your message, it is essential that you are at least knowledgeable with e-mail etiquette. This will depend on the kind of message that you want to send. If it is a business e-mail, you need to be formal and direct. E-mail etiquette are not just email marketing myths, and they may differ all around the globe. In Germany, you have to use titles like for example, using Frau when addressing someone. The message…
  • FTC Updates Disclosure Guidelines, Effective Keyword Research, Pinterest’s SEO Framework, #Speedlink 24:2015

    DiTesco
    13 Jun 2015 | 6:31 am
    Hi everyone, hope you all had a great and productive week! If you are a marketer, you should know about the FTC guidelines which requires anyone who receives any form of compensation when endorsing products in their specific sites (blogs, company sites, etc.) to disclose it (see example here). You probably have seen a sponsored review saying “this post brought to you by..” or “this is a paid post, all opinion are my own and…”. As of recently, such disclosure requirements were not very clear when it comes to endorsements of products or services via social media.
  • Advanced Search Queries for Link Building Opportunities

    Brandon Leibowitz
    11 Jun 2015 | 4:44 am
    Link building was all about money and link schemes in the past. There has been a 360-degree shift in the way links are built today. In fact, the black-hat tactics of yesteryears attract penalties by Google today. So, how does a webmaster look for link building opportunities? This question has been beautifully answered through practical approaches in the infographic below. I’ve made searching for quality link building opportunities simple for you. Find Guest Post Opportunities Guest posting is probably the best way to earn quality backlinks, especially if the website you are submitting…
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    Clear Simple Marketing

  • BIG Changes at CSM — And a Birth Announcement

    Heidi DeCoux
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:42 am
    Wow, we have been having a fantastic year full of change and growth here at CSM! Several exciting new projects in the works, new team members coming on board, families getting bigger, and more! Earlier this year, Jessica Coons, our Email Marketing Specialist, gave birth to her first baby, a little girl named Abigail Kathryn. Jessica […] The post BIG Changes at CSM — And a Birth Announcement appeared first on Clear And Simple Marketing.
  • This Might Just Make Your Day

    Heidi DeCoux
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:02 am
    I’ve been working on some amazing projects, and doing quite a bit of traveling – for both work and play! In fact, as you read this I’m in Jamaica getting some much needed sunshine and R&R (and we got upgraded to the honeymoon suite and it has an outdoor shower – how cool is that!?!).  I’ll […] The post This Might Just Make Your Day appeared first on Clear And Simple Marketing.
  • Stories Sell + A Super Bowl Ad WINNER

    Heidi DeCoux
    2 Feb 2015 | 2:09 pm
    We hosted a fun (and loud!) 2015 Super Bowl party yesterday.  Although I’m not into football, I LOVE watching and analyzing Super Bowl ads. And of course watching the Halftime Show!  I thought Katy Perry and the entire show was quite amazing this year – even better then Beyonce’s stellar performance last year.  If you […] The post Stories Sell + A Super Bowl Ad WINNER appeared first on Clear And Simple Marketing.
  • A Good Way to Handle Holiday Stress & To Keep Your New Years Resolutions

    Heidi DeCoux
    5 Dec 2014 | 9:28 am
    Well, we’re in the thick of it now — for some, the Holidays are a time of togetherness, peace, joy, and fun. For others, this is the Season of engrained habits, of stressful obligations, and of dreaming about fresh starts and better, stronger, healthier days ahead. Have you ever wondered why the habits we want […] The post A Good Way to Handle Holiday Stress & To Keep Your New Years Resolutions appeared first on Clear And Simple Marketing.
  • 6 Simple Natural Ways to WARD OFF Colds and Flu this Winter

    Heidi DeCoux
    26 Nov 2014 | 8:20 am
    One of my LEAST favorite things is, being sick!  I know that no one enjoys being sick, of course, but I truly TRULY hate it.  It is a colossal waste of time. I had both my tonsils and adenoids taken out as kid, so I’m significantly more prone to sore throats, sinus issues, and so […] The post 6 Simple Natural Ways to WARD OFF Colds and Flu this Winter appeared first on Clear And Simple Marketing.
 
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    Single Grain Blog

  • 44 Ad Networks That Will Help Open Up New Channels of Growth For You

    eric
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    There’s no doubt about it – Google and Facebook have become extremely popular advertising platforms. Over 1.5 million businesses advertise on Facebook and roughly the same number are advertising through Google AdWords. These two are, by far, the two most popular advertising platforms out there, but there are reasons to choose other ad networks as well. Maybe you’re sick of competing against hundreds of other companies for the attention of the same market share. Or maybe you’re tired of paying the increased CPC or CPM fees that all these other advertisers drive up. No matter what…
  • 25 Brand-Building Ways to Use Periscope – Twitter’s New Live Streaming Video Apps

    eric
    25 May 2015 | 11:30 pm
    As you might have already heard, Twitter recently released a new video sharing app for mobile devices. Called Periscope, it’s similar to the already-existing, Meerkat streaming app, but with the addition of a few special features that its competitor lacks, such as the ability to automatically save all videos for 24 hours. Periscope has been on the market for less than a month, but countless companies are already starting to recognize the branding opportunities that the app provides. Here are 25 awesome ways that you can leverage this powerful mobile video streaming app – or its…
  • The Complete Guide to Audience Loyalty: Why You Need It and How to Get It

    eric
    18 May 2015 | 11:30 pm
    Are you generating a steady influx of visitors, but still struggling to convert them to paying customers? The problem may be that your marketing campaigns, your product or the offer you’re making. It could be that you aren’t building audience loyalty. When it comes to making sales and growing your business, you’ll build your brand much more rapidly if you invest in creating a loyal audience base. But what is audience loyalty? Why do you need it, and how do you get it it? As it turns out, the best way to build audience loyalty might be to portray yourself as an expert and demonstrate a…
  • 7 Emails To Add To Your Conversion Funnel (Templates Included)

    eric
    10 May 2015 | 11:30 pm
        Have you ever frozen up in front of a blank page, afraid to write that email to your subscribers? It’s hard. When you have thousands of people reading your stuff, every email can be intimidating to write. That’s why we’ve made a list of 7 emails you can add to your funnel today. They are: Case Study FAQ Email Proven Content Article Video & Audio Content Quick Tip Parable Let’s dive in! 1. Case Study People love case studies. These emails are storytelling and education combined. Use them to remove specific objections. For example… Maybe you…
  • Are You Exploiting YouTube’s Cheap Advertising Platform Yet?

    eric
    15 Mar 2015 | 11:30 pm
    You have a business and you’re looking to expand your reach, grow your audience, increase your sales—bottom line is, you want to increase your bottom line. Right? Then you should keep reading. YouTube advertising is one of the most underutilized channels of marketing because there just aren’t that many small businesses taking advantage of it yet. Most of the ads you see on YouTube are paid by the big players. But that doesn’t mean they’re the only ones who can play the game. YouTube advertising is still in its infancy, which means you can get very cheap clicks. But are you…
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    Unmemorable Title

  • Five Indispensable Tools for Freelancers

    Andrew
    23 Jun 2015 | 1:01 am
    You learn a lot when you start out as a freelancer. About a week in, you realise that managing everything manually and balancing sixteen different spreadsheets isn’t an option. And if you’re operating on a narrow start-up budget, hiring professionals to handle everything might not be viable either. Fortunately, there are a wealth of free […] The post Five Indispensable Tools for Freelancers appeared first on 603 Copywriting.
  • 5 Free Ways to Make the Most of Your Content (and One Tactic to Avoid)

    Andrew
    15 Jun 2015 | 3:36 am
    Congratulations! You’ve made a very sensible business decision, and you’ve hired a copywriter to create some new content for your company. You’re holding (or, more likely, looking at a digital version of) some professional, compelling content. It does exactly what you need it to. But could you use it for anything new? Once you’ve paid […] The post 5 Free Ways to Make the Most of Your Content (and One Tactic to Avoid) appeared first on 603 Copywriting.
  • A £5 Blog Post Isn’t an Opportunity. It’s a Trap.

    Andrew
    8 Jun 2015 | 4:05 am
      It’s an established fact that copywriters don’t really like content mills. Of course we don’t. They churn out cheap and cheerful content at a fraction of the prices we charge. That’s not what this post is about. It doesn’t matter to your business whether or not I like a content mill. What matters to […] The post A £5 Blog Post Isn’t an Opportunity. It’s a Trap. appeared first on 603 Copywriting.
  • Summer Isn’t Coming – But Great Offers Are

    Andrew
    3 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    The post Summer Isn’t Coming – But Great Offers Are appeared first on 603 Copywriting.
  • Mad Men: One Week and 45 Years Later

    Andrew
    25 May 2015 | 2:52 am
    Last Sunday night, Mad Men came to a long-awaited and satisfying end. Copywriters across the world sighed deeply, knowing that their go-to pop culture reference for explaining their career choices to the in-laws had disappeared into the night. And across the industry, writers everywhere have spent the last week thinking about one question. What’s really […] The post Mad Men: One Week and 45 Years Later appeared first on 603 Copywriting.
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    SuccessWorks

  • Unhappy With Your Business? Try This

    Heather Lloyd-Martin
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    Have you ever had a <headdesk> moment when you realized your major business problem was…you? I just had this happen to me. In fact, I see this happening every day to writers and other entrepreneurs. Let me explain… I recently returned from a seven-day rafting adventure to the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Unlike last year, when I was [...] The post Unhappy With Your Business? Try This appeared first on SuccessWorks.
  • Going Beyond Shareable Content with BuzzSumo’s Steve Rayson

    Laura Crest
    18 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Today we’re happy to share our interview with BuzzSumo’s Steve Rayson. As BuzzSumo is a relatively new company, we asked Steve to talk a bit about its founding before answering the seven specific questions we had for him. You’ll want to be sure to read his intriguing take on the future of social sharing. Enjoy! When [...] The post Going Beyond Shareable Content with BuzzSumo’s Steve Rayson appeared first on SuccessWorks.
  • A Powerful SEO Strategy for Crazy Conversions

    Pam Foster
    11 Jun 2015 | 7:31 am
    When I work with new clients, I send them a creative brief so I can gather the best information for my SEO copywriting project. And quite often, when I receive the completed brief from my clients, the following scenario unfolds: Me: “I reviewed your creative brief, and I see that you left your company’s USP section blank.” Client: [...] The post A Powerful SEO Strategy for Crazy Conversions appeared first on SuccessWorks.
  • 10 Tips for Scoring a Great Guest Interview

    Heather Lloyd-Martin
    3 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Want to avoid boring guest interviews? Are you new to interviewing experts and need a process? Running expert interviews is a nice win/win for all parties. Your expert gets exposed to a new audience and you get awesome, thought-leader content that drives links and gets shares. Sadly, it’s not always as easy as that. Your expert may not [...] The post 10 Tips for Scoring a Great Guest Interview appeared first on SuccessWorks.
  • [Updated] Freelance SEO Copywriting: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

    Heather Lloyd-Martin
    28 May 2015 | 2:10 am
    Thinking about starting a career in SEO copywriting? Here’s a reality check. Making a living as an SEO copywriter (whether you work in-house or freelance from home) is hard work. First, there’s a learning curve – it takes some time to master SEO copywriting best practices. Second, you’ll need to keep up with (and understand the ramifications of) Google’s [...] The post [Updated] Freelance SEO Copywriting: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners appeared first on SuccessWorks.
 
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    My One Call LLC

  • There’s More To A Google Review Than You May Think.

    myonecall
    8 Jun 2015 | 7:56 am
    It’s pretty common knowledge that a good review from your customer is going to have a positive effect on your web visibility.  Clearly those map listings that, in addition to  the standard information also show a star rating, are more than likely to get a better click through rate. Note the screen shot below. Which two reviews are going to catch your eye?  But there’s more to the power and value of a review than just click through rates. Semantic SEO is playing a larger and larger role in how your site will be ranked and who will view it (depending on Googles perception of the…
  • How to set up your lead generation program.

    myonecall
    4 Jun 2015 | 4:09 pm
    How to set up your lead generation program. Many sales consultants and sales coaching firms talk about the 5 to 7 numbers you need to understand to grow your business.  In every case they start with the number of leads you will need,  and then move to how many you need to covert to customers, and then average revenue per customer… so on and so on. These 5 or 7 numbers are all based on  missing elements! But here is whats missing, and it is the foundation of lead generation.  You must start with what you can pay for a new customer, and then apply your conversion or closing rate to…
  • Who’s Buying Now? And using SAVE marketing to sell them.

    myonecall
    28 May 2015 | 5:03 pm
    Who’s Buying Now? That’s one of the top questions you can ask yourself before you start hunting for new customers. This is Important! >>>>> Like so many things in business (and life) selling and buying are cyclical. Most industries buy during certain time periods, and sell during certain time periods. Generally they will buy right before they start their sales season, or right after. Those periods of time may vary, and vary vastly (I just used vary vastly because I thought it has an interesting sound) … so when it’s time for you or your business to build a sales and…
  • The Importance Of Google Reviews

    myonecall
    28 May 2015 | 4:29 pm
    Quick tip for Local SEO Check out this screen shot.  Let’s say your looking to get a free estimate to finish your basement. You search basement finishing company. Who would you click on? I’ll bet your eyes were drawn to the two companies that have those 5 stars and a numerical rating.  When you complete this search the screen is larger and the reviews are even more prominent. Do your client or business a favor.  Ask your customers to leave  a Google review. It not only helps click through s, but it can also help your rankings. More reviews, more clicks for people searching for…
  • Trust. The Most Overlooked SEO Metric

    myonecall
    21 Apr 2015 | 8:53 am
    In recent research on web sites that ranked on the first page of Google an interesting common thread appeared.  I want to premise this with the information that this was a small view in a local area of a few competitive industries, those being Dentists and other related searches. We looked at results from both organic and local pack results. The MOZ trust factor was as consistent as a ranking factor as any other. Out performing Page Rank and Domain Rank.  hmmm.   Here is the definition of MOZ trust from www.moz.com  “We determine MozTrust by calculating link “distance”…
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    CLIQ | Web Design Cork | SEO Cork | Google Adwords | Split Testing

  • Google’s “Slow To Load” Warning Labels

    christian
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:06 am
    In February of this year Google began testing “slow to load” warning labels on their searches by putting a red caution label under links that were slow to load. They have continued testing that further for mobile devices. If Google deems the pages of your website to be slow to load and the person who searched for you is on a mobile device they are now warned with a small yellow caution label. With consumers need for things to be instant ever increasing this could be a bad sign for your business. So today we are going to go over a few ways to increase the loading speed of your web pages.
  • 5 Reasons WordPress Is Best For SEO

    christian
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:58 am
    WordPress was released to the world in 2003 as a simple piece of blogging software. But now 23.8% of all of the websites in the world and 54.8% of the top one million sites are powered by WordPress. So why is WordPress so popular? 1 User Friendly: One of the key reasons for this is how user friendly it is. As an end user you will love using WordPress for your Search Engine Optimisation as everything SEO related can be edited from the back end of the website. This is great as you don’t have to keep up to date with all the latest trends and best practices of SEO as it somewhat is taken care…
  • Google Adwords Cork – Increase Your Businesses Sales

    darko
    3 Jan 2015 | 7:02 am
    Google Adwords is Google’s pay per click platform. This means that you can pay to have your website at the top of Google for various keywords & phrases. For example if if you sell Lawnmowers in Cork you might want to rank for the term ‘Lawnmowers Cork’. Here’s a search I just did & you can see the ad area at the top, this is a Google Adwords result. We work with many business across the city creating great Google Adwords campaigns that not only send more targeted traffic to their websites but actually increases their sales. We use techniques like remarketing & split…
  • The Top 10 Biggest Selling Brands In Ireland

    darko
    26 Aug 2013 | 8:28 am
    Nielsen just released it’s report on the biggest selling brands in 2012 & it’s no surprise to see Coca Cola the top of the list. Tayto was also knocked outside the top five by Cadbury’s Dairy Milk. The full top 10 is: 1. Coca-Cola 2. Avonmore 3. Brennan’s 4. Lucozade 5. Cadbury’s Dairy Milk 6. Tayto 7. 7up 8. Jacobs 9. Walkers 10. Danone The post The Top 10 Biggest Selling Brands In Ireland appeared first on CLIQ | Web Design Cork | SEO Cork | Google Adwords | Split Testing.
  • Keyword Research For Search Engine Optimization (Free Keyword Research Tool)

    Mark Flavin
    11 Aug 2011 | 4:16 am
    Keyword research is one of the most critical components of a well-planned search engine optimization (SEO) campaign. In fact, search engines have become so highly keyword-centric that many businesses today consult keyword research and SEO specialists to identify the best keywords for optimizing a particular website. Once the best keywords have been identified, SEO specialists then update the website to reflect the prominence of these keywords in both the page’s html tags and its web content (text elements).  These updates are implemented by SEO specialists to make search engines rank the…
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    Receptional

  • 5 Examples of Brilliant Marketing Campaigns From Boring Brands

    Gina Hutchings
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:47 am
    Marketing is no longer the strict domain of retailers battling over the next ‘must have’ consumer item. With the rise of the internet, and greater competition, all industries need to undertake marketing their brand and services or they will sink and disappear. Previously, sectors within the non-tangible industries like financial services, technology and engineering relied on the products speaking for themselves. For example, percentage growth on investments was thought to be enough of an attraction for the financial services. Whilst engineers thought the ability of a gearbox to work…
  • 5 Lessons from Brands Using Twitter to get Followers and Boost Business

    Lisa Bollins
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:38 am
    If you’re a brand and you aren’t using Twitter, I have to ask, why not? The majority of businesses have already jumped on Twitter because it is a free channel to promote their business and connect with their customers. Twitter has 100 million active daily users, which means there is a huge engaged audience out there that you could be putting your products or services in front of. The majority of brands have already opened a Twitter account but many are still viewing Twitter as an advertising platform. They don’t aim to engage, but rather to sell. Here are a few reasons why your brand is…
  • How to Find Out if your Site was Hit by Mobilegeddon

    Lisa Bollins
    4 Jun 2015 | 8:13 am
    It’s been a few weeks since Google rolled out its mobile-friendly algorithm, aptly dubbed ‘Mobilegeddon’. The algorithm, designed to improve the mobile browsing experience, has boosted traffic for ‘mobile-friendly’ websites, while penalising those that aren’t optimised for mobile devices. Google has been concerned with mobile-friendly content for a while now, but, until recently, most searches were still conducted from desktop devices. Back in February  Google announced that it was focused on bettering its service for the growing number of mobile users with a mobile friendly…
  • 6 Must-Know Changes to Google’s Search Engine Results Pages

    Barrie Smith
    14 May 2015 | 1:09 am
    Google has made a number of important changes to how they rank and display results in their search engine results pages over the last six months. Some you might have heard about and others you might not. Either way, it’s important to know whether your site has suffered or benefitted from these changes. If your site has suffered, it’s crucial that you address the problem so that your website continues to generate traffic, leads and sales for your business. The search engine giant is continually looking to improve the quality and relevancy of their results for its users, so here are six of…
  • 68 Must-Know Tips from SEJ Summit London 2015

    Barrie Smith
    13 May 2015 | 6:16 am
    Search Engine Journal, in partnership with Search Metrics held their first event outside the USA on Tuesday 12 May with London, England the destination. Two lucky Receptionals were fortunate enough to be invited to the event at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho and we’ve brought back 68 tips from nine of the world’s top digital marketers. Here is what they have to share with you: Partnering PR and SEO for Brand Marketing Success by David Naylor 1. Before you do anything positive, fix all the negatives first 2. If you spot a failure, fix it early 3. Aim to get links in a good…
 
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    Ker Communications

  • Website Audit: Find What’s Up (or Down) With Your Site’s SEO

    Nick Ker
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:20 pm
    This is not one of those automatic and humorously inaccurate "type in your website and we'll tell you some things that don't mean much" free website analysis tools you may have tried… Website Audit: Find What’s Up (or Down) With Your Site’s SEO is from Ker Communications
  • User Experience Not A Ranking Factor? That’s Bullshit.

    Nick Ker
    16 May 2015 | 1:20 pm
    Google's Gary Illyes recently said that User Experience (UX) is not a ranking factor in Google search for desktop. Google's own official statements and algorithm updates are the reason(s) why this is just not true... User Experience Not A Ranking Factor? That’s Bullshit. is from Ker Communications
  • Mobile-Friendly Website Design and Google Search

    Nick Ker
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:19 am
    If mobile traffic from Google search is important to your business, you need a mobile-friendly website which works well on the small screens of mobile phones... Mobile-Friendly Website Design and Google Search is from Ker Communications
  • Just What Do You Get With An SEO Campaign or Retainer?

    Nick Ker
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:39 am
    SEOs would love if we could just do the same thing for every site. But every factor that leads to good rankings depends on many interrelated things… Just What Do You Get With An SEO Campaign or Retainer? is from Ker Communications
  • Google Will Make Mobile-Friendly a Ranking Factor on April 21st

    Nick Ker
    26 Feb 2015 | 8:13 pm
    Starting April 21, Google will be expanding its use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact on search results… Google Will Make Mobile-Friendly a Ranking Factor on April 21st is from Ker Communications
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    The Outsourcing Blog

  • Outsourcing Isn’t about Laziness

    Chris Whitrod
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:23 am
    It’s not the first time I hear someone say that business owners outsource work because they are lazy; they don’t want to put in the effort; they don’t care about delivering high-quality products or services. Reality contradicts every single one of those claims. Let me explain. Business owners who outsource are in fact very energetic and hard-working. They outsource because they want to achieve so many things, reach goals so important that they have to lengthen their day, to expand time. So far, science didn’t come up with a solution for this, so those business owners…
  • 3 Reasons Why New Companies Fail

    Irina
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:21 am
    Reddit’s monthly roundups of new companies is a great place to find new products, clients, partners or tools. That is if you’re checking the current month’s list. If you’re going back in time to check out the companies that introduced themselves to the public a year ago, you’re in for a different experience. Take a batch of 10 new companies from any part of the list and you’ll discover there’s a good chance that half of them are already dead. Companies go out of business all the time, and the reasons are quite diverse. #1 Spending on marketing more…
  • 25 Job Perks for Remote Employees

    Irina
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:35 am
    In the beginning, it was the ping-pong table. Now things are more complicated. Remote workers don’t care about the ping-pong table, and not only because they are kilometers away from it, but also because their lifestyle made them realise they could ask for better things as job perks. Yes, remote work is here to stay and professionals act like it. They ask for dog walkers to help them out during crazy-busy weeks, paid radio subscriptions so they could stop wasting time looking for decent playlists on YouTube, and they appreciate healthy snacks more than an office pizza party. Check out…
  • 8 Startups Your Business Might Need Today

    Irina
    4 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Take advantage of the new technology these startups can offer and advance your own business. Use their solutions to save money and make your clients happy. Here’s our list of startups your company could involve in daily operations. #1 Aircall If your company relies on phone support to help clients confirm orders or solve issues, you’ll be happy you’re reading this post. This is how you just discovered Aircall. The software allows companies to set up and manage their phone support online, virtually anywhere in the world, within minutes. A desktop app and a Chrome extension…
  • 3 content marketing predictions to give you a head start

    Irina
    26 May 2015 | 1:47 am
    If you just started thinking about your content marketing strategy, these are some points you could take into consideration. With more than half a year away, you’ll have plenty of time to find out if our content marketing predictions for 2016 are correct. Here are the 3 things to look out for: The Buffer-ication of Social Media People will lose patience, and they’ll start to dump content into their Buffer accounts letting the software deal with it. This phenomenon will amplify even more the attention deficit on social media. There will be only a few people left to pay attention,…
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    Web Savvy Marketing

  • Say Hello to Summer and Save 20% on Any Stock WordPress Theme

    Rebecca Gill
    17 Jun 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Let’s celebrate summer with a sale on all of our stock WordPress themes. If you’ve considered buying one of our stock Genesis themes and wanted to save money on the purchase, now is the time! Here’s How to Grab Your 20% Discount First, put down the sunscreen and sunglasses. I know it is hard, but you really can do it. Next, step away from the swimming pool and walk slowly towards your computer. We say slowly because you might trip over a beachball. Browse through our Genesis themes and add your favorite theme to your shopping cart. Add a coupon code of SUMMER15 at…
  • Learn WordPress With These 20+ Training Courses and Resources

    Rebecca Gill
    2 Jun 2015 | 10:01 am
    When I picked up my new SUV last summer, the dealership tried to give me a quick overview of the dashboard and options available. They had me for the first five minutes and then I completely lost interest and just wanted to drive off into the sunset with my fancy new ride. Sadly that training failure isn’t an isolated experience for me or anyone else. For training to work well, the trainer needs to be knowledgeable, structured, patient, and have the ability to apply their skills to situations the trainees can understand. The trainee also needs to be in the right mindset, be in the proper…
  • 20 Website Design Requirements Every RFP Response Should Include

    Rebecca Gill
    20 May 2015 | 1:21 pm
    I’ve recently been talking a lot about website design requirements, proposals, and contracts. I’ve done so because I know a successful website design launch is more than software code, text, and images. Website design success is a direct result of a structured process and solid documentation. Executing a successful website design project begins and ends with a solid documentation. This documentation can be a proposal, contract, or statement of work. The name of the document is less important than the details contained within the document. Whether you’re a small business or a large…
  • Custom WordPress Theme Design vs. Theme Customizations

    Rebecca Gill
    18 May 2015 | 4:41 am
    Most WordPress users do not understand the difference between the customization of an existing WordPress theme and the creation of a custom WordPress theme design. And why should they? They’re users focused on running their business and not on the jargon of WordPress design. Each week we run into this area of confusion and each week I feel the frustration from users trying to maneuver through the maze of premium WordPress themes, graphic designers, programmers, and WordPress consultants. There are lots of WordPress professionals out there and this seems to grow by the day, which makes this…
  • Congratulations Emmett Helsel!

    Rebecca Gill
    15 May 2015 | 7:22 am
    The Web Savvy Marketing team would like to congratulate Emmett Helsel, our scholarship winner for 2015. Emmett is an upcoming graduate of Grayling High School and will be attending Saginaw Valley State University in the fall to pursue a career in biology and health sciences. I started this scholarship a few years ago, because I wanted to give back to the village that raised me. My hometown is in northern Michigan and it is rather small in comparison to the city where I now live in. In this small community of 2,000 residents a college scholarship makes a difference. If you’ve read my…
 
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    Point Blank SEO

  • Targeting ‘Where to Buy’ Pages for Large eCommerce Sites

    Jon Cooper
    2 Jun 2015 | 8:04 am
    Find the original post on Point Blank SEO at: %%PostLink%% Even if the post isn’t 100% directly relevant to you, there are a few tips & tidbits (i.e. my Mechanical Turk project settings, a few outreach tips, etc.) that should be useful to anyone. I wanted a chance to share an advanced link building process that we’ve been using internally for large eCommerce sites that carry thousands of different brands in their inventory. For these kinds of sites, there’s one type of low-hanging fruit that’s an absolute no-brainer: retailer listing pages on brand websites. To give you an idea of…
  • 28+ Stories of Failed Link Building Experiments

    Jon Cooper
    12 May 2015 | 8:21 am
    Find the original post on Point Blank SEO at: %%PostLink%% At the heart of link building is attention to detail. If one item is out of place, then it could spell disaster for a campaign. Therefore, it can be extremely helpful to learn what HASN’T worked. There are so many things that could go wrong, so it’s important to know what those things are, which is why I enlisted the help of some of the most brightest thinkers in the industry. The tactical takeaways from this post will be what things were overlooked, but ultimately, you’re getting a first-hand look at how great link…
  • Introducing LinkMiner – Broken Link Checker on Steroids

    Jon Cooper
    11 Mar 2015 | 6:22 am
    Find the original post on Point Blank SEO at: %%PostLink%% We’ve created a more sophisticated broken link checker for SEOs that allows you to make quicker insights on the links you’re checking. You can download the Chrome extension for free here: Get The Extension Here The rest of this post will contain documentation on what it does & how to use it. This is only the initial version, and I already have a list of additional improvements that I will be making, which are listed at the end of this post. Before going any further, I want to give a HUGE shout out to Paul Livingstone &…
  • What Link Building Tactic Is Going To Get Flamed Out Next?

    Jon Cooper
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Find the original post on Point Blank SEO at: %%PostLink%% The cool thing about being in the position I am as a blogger who writes about link building is that I get to hear from a lot of people and hear what they’re currently doing to build links. The current time period is no different from any other in the 5 years I’ve been doing this. There’s one tactic that’s getting used & abused by a lot right now, and eventually, it’s going to get dinged or devalued in the near future. In other news, the sky is blue. Today’s tactic that’s in the spotlight: scholarships. Of course,…
  • Deeper Prospecting with Backlink Analysis

    Jon Cooper
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:28 pm
    Find the original post on Point Blank SEO at: %%PostLink%% If you’ve built links before, then you know about the inevitable brick wall that you hit once you’ve run out of link prospects. One of the two main ways of finding prospects, backlink analysis, yields some really low hanging fruit, because you’re finding pages that you already know are linking to the same / similar thing as you. But the well runs dry far too quickly. However, a spark lit in my head recently that completely changes how I look at this part of prospecting; not in a way of improving what I’m already doing, but…
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    Seer Interactive

  • How I found that avoiding titles hindered our team more than helped

    Wil Reynolds
    23 Jun 2015 | 9:25 am
    TL;DR: When someone at your company moves on after a long time, internally they got more responsibilities, but without a title change – their next employer may not see that.  HR people may not even bring them in for an interview b/c another set of applicants “moved up every year”. …The post How I found that avoiding titles hindered our team more than helped appeared first on Seer Interactive.
  • Adobe Analytics Dashboard Tutorial

    Dave Zwickerhill
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Let’s face it, when most of us get a client using Adobe Analytics (Omniture SiteCatalyst) for the first time, we are dazed and confused to say the least. Moving from Google Analytics to Adobe is not an easy transition. For starters, URLs are replaced by PageNames.…The post Adobe Analytics Dashboard Tutorial appeared first on Seer Interactive.
  • 123 Placements to Block on the Google Display Network

    Ian Jacobson
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Display Targeting: Pros & Cons The Google Display Network is awesome – it serves 1 trillion impressions every month on sites such as Forbes, Walgreens, People, Fox News, Esquire, and more. Plus, Display campaigns are super reasonably priced. In industries such as education, where search can run you $15-30/click, the GDN has got you covered with <$1 CPCs.…The post 123 Placements to Block on the Google Display Network appeared first on Seer Interactive.
  • 9 Lessons Learned from a Site Redesign: How to Prepare When Your Site Changes

    Christina Lalama
    10 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Recently, one of my clients went through the process of a site redesign, which we all were eagerly anticipating. However, sometimes in the anticipation of a site redesign or migration, it can be easy to overlook important items and stay organized.…The post 9 Lessons Learned from a Site Redesign: How to Prepare When Your Site Changes appeared first on Seer Interactive.
  • Automation Innovation: Beginner’s Guide to Google Sheets’ GA API Integration

    Kevin Rutter
    7 Jun 2015 | 10:08 pm
      It’s 4pm on a Thursday. You have six monthly dashboards on your to-do list, and a boss/client(s) breathing down your neck. You know it’s a long, treacherous road to get the Google Analytics data you need. How will you get all of this done in time?…The post Automation Innovation: Beginner’s Guide to Google Sheets’ GA API Integration appeared first on Seer Interactive.
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    Builtvisible : Digital Marketing & SEO Agency

  • An Introductory Look at Social Mark-Up

    Daniel Butler
    11 Jun 2015 | 1:40 am
    Each week at Builtvisible the teams get together for a group training session. This week we took a look at the basic fundamentals of social mark-up. I thought it’d be nice to share what it is and why it exists, give examples of some of the different types, basic schema & examples, methods of testing & validation, as well as a look ahead to what this mark-up could look like in the future. For those relatively new to the world of Open Graph & Twitter Card these slides would make for a great introductory reference, and for those who have worked with social mark-up before…
  • Why You Should Learn JSON-LD & Separate Your Data from Your Markup

    Richard Baxter
    4 Jun 2015 | 5:07 am
    For years and years, web developers have been taught to separate presentation from structure. Your HTML (the Markup) should be separate from your CSS (the presentation) and so on. That’s why I’m an advocate of placing your data in a JSON-LD payload; rather than including data inside the HTML Mark-up. I’d argue this is a really important point for marketers to understand but I’m not sure everyone’s quite convinced yet. So, I thought I’d share 6 compelling points to support my argument. Trend 1: App Only Content Consumption iOS developer Nicholas Allegra…
  • Implementing JSON-LD in WordPress

    Richard Baxter
    18 May 2015 | 12:45 pm
    First, A Brief History of Structured Data for SEO Microformats For a time, we had Microformats. Those times were simple, and good. Implementing Microformats would lead to interesting things, like review ratings in Google’s search results. You could have your events listed, recipes indexed, and all sorts of contact details marked up as critical data points for a crawler to parse. I really liked compound Microformats. They were simple to implement sets of attributes; added to the HTML containers surrounding useful data, like class=”postal-code”. Initially, web developers…
  • Does This Look Right To You?

    Richard Baxter
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:33 am
    A few days ago I was at the Inbound Conference in Dublin. At the bar after my session, a junior digital marketer asked me a really interesting question: “What’s the best piece of advice you could give someone who’s currently learning SEO?” My answer: always ask yourself, does this look right? Be Curious The SEO industry encourages curiosity in everything we do. Learning how things work and how things are built is an important prerequisite to unlocking a level of experience enough to effectively diagnose problems in organic search. I’ll give you one example…
  • The Future of Mobile Is Search, Not Just “SEO”

    Richard Baxter
    9 Apr 2015 | 7:56 am
    A few weeks ago, one of our junior team asked me to host a training session to explain Schema markup. Specifically, what Schema is, and why we implement it. It was an extremely on-point question, and one that I enjoyed answering. Around the same time, I was contacted for an opinion on Google’s Mobile update announcement. Except for this brief comment I hadn’t really written much at all about the update. The Future of Mobile Is Search, Not Just “SEO” This post isn’t about optimising your site for organic search results on mobile devices. Obviously, we’ve…
 
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    SEO Eblog by SEO Advantage, Inc.

  • SEO-e Trivia – Old School SERPs

    Ashley Grafton
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:41 am
    Welcome to SEO Advantage’s Trivia feature Friday, where we discuss, dissect and comment on the internet and marketing, and how the two intertwine. Pre-2003, what did SEO users refer to the rankings shift that occurred at the end of each month? ‘Google shift’ ‘Google dance’ ‘Google turn’ (See answer below) Before 2003, Google results rarely varied for the better part of a month (about 3 weeks); however, during that last week of the month, all of the results began to shift in order to prepare for the new rankings. This movement was referred to as the ‘Google Dance’. Due to the…
  • SEO Roundup (June 12, 2015): Twitter CEO Leaves the Nest, Pending Panda Update and Other SEO Headlines

    Lance Buchanan
    12 Jun 2015 | 7:50 am
    Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo has announced that he will be stepping down from the helm of one of the world’s largest online social networking services. Co-founder Jack Dorsey will step in as interim CEO starting July 1. This change in leadership may also signal a change in Twitter’s trajectory. Twitter’s recent deal with Google has some speculating if the micro-blogging platform could soon be yet another Google acquisition. As Social Media Today reports: Would Google consider buying Twitter? Many investors see this as a good match, and it could be an avenue the company looks at under…
  • How Often Should You Check Your Website’s Metrics?

    Stone Reuning
    10 Jun 2015 | 7:24 am
    SEO can be a tricky road to navigate, full of potential potholes and bumps. Many marketers simply do not have a firm enough grasp on the wheel to understand the inner workings of search engine optimization and avoid the obstacles. That said, although managing a company’s web presence was unpredictable in days past, now it doesn’t have to be. Until recently, Google has released updates (along with how these updates will affect websites) to its algorithms in large chunks. However, nowadays we’re seeing more frequent updates of smaller sizes. The smaller changes allow Google technologists…
  • SEOe Trivia – Google Algorithm Tweaks

    Ashley Grafton
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:02 am
    Welcome to SEO Advantage’s Trivia feature Friday, where we discuss, dissect and comment on the internet and marketing, and how the two intertwine. How many updates did Google release in 2010? 700 516 476 (See answer below) Google is constantly tweaking its algorithms in order to produce a better search product to the internet’s millions of browsers. Frequent algorithm updates are practically required to keep up with the growing demand for more reliable search returns. Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO from 2001 through 2011, stated that in 2010 alone Google released 516 updates. A lot of work…
  • 6 Totally Free Tools to Help Update Your Business’s Keywords

    Stone Reuning
    3 Jun 2015 | 4:07 am
    Using the right keywords for your website content is crucial for attracting the best kind of traffic to your site. Determining new, highly value keywords can be difficult though. This is because your customers (site visitors) will all search for your products/services differently. For instance, some people search “A/C repair”, while others may type in “fix my air conditioner.” If you’re an HVAC company, you want to rank for both search terms, as well as any others that people may input. In order to figure out new keywords for your website, there are a number of tools at your…
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    Commerce Kitchen

  • Is the Résumé Still Relevant?

    Jackson Stevens
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:56 am
    My résumé did not lead me to my current position at Commerce Kitchen. In reality, my résumé has done nothing for me. Two years ago, I envisioned a game plan to transition from arts nonprofit fundraising to tech for-profit business development. My hunch at the time was that in order for me to successfully land a biz dev position in the tech field, I was going to have to find a champion to go to bat for me during the hiring process. Now, speaking from experience, I found that hunch to be accurate. Exhibit A Last year, in a moment of unshakable dissatisfaction with my current job, I decided…
  • Commerce Kitchen Wins Best Places to Work, Colorado Companies to Watch

    Jen Martinez
    11 Jun 2015 | 8:49 am
    Commerce Kitchen is growing and evolving. We’ve experienced quite a few changes in the past year, and we couldn’t be more excited about where we’re headed this year and beyond. Apparently, there are other folks that agree with us. We have some exciting announcements to make! Denver Business Journal’s Best Places to Work We work hard to take care of our people. When we found out we had placed third as Denver’s Best Place to Work in the Small Company category, we were over the moon. DBJ honors companies with teams ranging from 10 employees to over 100 from around…
  • An Agile Approach to Learning: Part 2

    Corey Davis
    18 May 2015 | 4:09 pm
    A New School Model: Architecture for the future of now Last time, I spoke to the shortcomings of current education as I see them. I briefly discussed a landscape of ideas for a new system, one that changes the paradigms. Adding dimension to the learning experience through a culture of mentorship, professional practice, and agility. This time, let’s start to dig into some of the details, take a look below the surface, and begin to understand the structure of this new model. I like to refer to this model as Agile Education. I take this name from the world of engineering, most specifically…
  • Circadian Rhythms

    Russ Schissler
    8 May 2015 | 11:14 am
    What is improvisation? The question likely provokes several answers with varying degrees of detail. Most initial responses will likely center around some version of music, be it jazz, JS Bach, Mozart, or many current professionals. Actors and comedians will probably have a strong showing also. Note, they’re all performers. But is improvisation really a talent that belongs only to those on the stage? Maybe. But I’d also go to Shakespeare and counter with “All the world’s stage, and all the men and women merely players.” This is a blog post on my company’s website. It’s only…
  • An Agile Approach to Learning: Part 1

    Corey Davis
    13 Apr 2015 | 3:45 pm
    My intention here is to develop a description of my perspectives; one based on a marriage of my knowledge and experience in education, the other rooted in my passion for (and ideas on) technology. Over time, I have developed a unique understanding of our current position as a race and culture in America and how it is related to our system of learning. I have designed this through a convergence of experiences and skills, spanning three careers in four fields: engineering, science, teaching, and technology. I have the unlikely benefit of holding four higher education degrees, earned across a…
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    Blind Five Year Old

  • Is Click Through Rate A Ranking Signal?

    AJ Kohn
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:35 pm
    Are click through rates on search results a ranking signal? The idea is that if the third result on a page is clicked more often than the first that it will, over time, rise to the second or first result. I remember this question being asked numerous times when I was just starting out in the industry. Google representatives employed a potent combination of tap dancing and hand waving when asked directly. They were so good at doing this that we stopped hounding them and over the last few years I rarely hear people talking about, let alone asking, this question. Perhaps it’s because…
  • Do You Even Algorithm, Google?

    AJ Kohn
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:57 am
    It has been 267 days since the last Panda update. That’s 8 months and 25 days. Where’s My Panda Update? Obviously I’m a bit annoyed that there hasn’t been a Panda update in so long because I have a handful of clients who might (fingers crossed) benefit from having it deployed. They were hit and they’ve done a great deal of work cleaning up their sites so that they might get back into Google’s good graces. I’m not whining about it (much). That’s the way the cookie crumbles and that’s what you get when you rely on Google for a material…
  • Why Growth Hacking Works

    AJ Kohn
    12 Apr 2015 | 12:16 pm
    The reason growth hacking works has nothing to do with growth hacking and everything to do with blowing up organizational silos. What Is Growth Hacking? Marketers love to market. We’re forever repackaging and rebranding, even when it comes to our own profession. Can you blame us really? We’re frequently the last ones to get the credit and the first ones to get the blame and corresponding pink slip. Nevertheless these redefinitions often induce a sigh and eye-roll from yours truly. Do we really have to go through all this again? Perhaps I’m just cranky and getting old. Sean…
  • My Favorite SEO Tool

    AJ Kohn
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:01 pm
    My favorite SEO tool isn’t an SEO tool at all. Don’t get me wrong, I use and like plenty of great SEO tools. But I realized that I was using this one tool all the time. Chrome Developer Tools how I love thee, let me count the ways. Chrome Developer Tools The one tool I use countless times each day is Chrome Developer Tools. You can find this handy tool under the View -> Developer menu in Chrome. Or you can simply right click and select Inspect Element. (I suppose the latter is actually easier.) Here’s what it looks like (on this site) when you open Chrome Developer…
  • Non-Linking URLs Seen As Links

    AJ Kohn
    20 Mar 2015 | 10:01 am
    (This post has been updated so make sure you read all the way to the bottom.) Are non-linking URLs (pasted URLs) seen as links by Google? There’s long been chatter and rumor that they do among various members of the SEO community. I found something the other day that seems to confirm this. Google Webmaster Tools Crawl Errors I keep a close eye on the Crawl Errors report in Google Webmaster Tools with a particular focus on ‘Not found’ errors. I look to see if they’re legitimate and whether they’re linked internally (which is very bad) or externally. The place…
 
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    SEO Philippines| SEO Hacker Blog

  • How Improving our Linkbuilding Process Saved us $60,000 in 4 Weeks

    Sean
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:47 am
    “Sean, I’m gonna be honest with you mate.” He said through a series of half-smiles. I knew there was something wrong – and I knew it way before this meeting. “I’m really not happy with the quality of links I’ve been getting.” Yep, he was right. I’ve been out of the linkbuilding team of my own company since over 3 years ago and so far, majority of the links in the reports for his company is of crap quality. “And if this keeps on, I’m sorry to say that at the end of this month, we’ll have to look for another SEO company to…
  • 8 Things You Need to Stop Doing in Your Marketing Emails

    Pam Sallegue
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:29 pm
    Do you know that 70% of ‘this is spam’ complaints are marketing emails? That’s a big number! And it’s terrifying to know that a big chunk of our marketing failure is all from email marketing. For some people, email marketing is the best way to go, while for some, it can be so hard and frustrating that they would rather adopt other marketing strategies. But before you do that, why don’t you analyze your marketing email first? Maybe you’re not really that unfortunate, and it’s just how you craft your emails that makes it so awful nobody wants to open it. So, without further ado,…
  • Tools to Increase Dwell Time

    Pam Sallegue
    17 Jun 2015 | 3:55 am
    Now that we have a better understanding of how Dwell Time Metrics affects SEO, especially after Google launched “Mobile-geddon”, you might be asking, “so how can I improve my dwell time?” Well, that depends on your site’s current performance, which will then show what improvements are needed. One thing is sure though, getting a Long Click is never easy, and it absolutely requires time and patience. It’s great that there are tons of tools to help improve Dwell Time – but note that these don’t guarantee a Long Click for your website or webpages. However, it will definitely…
  • The Untold SEO Secret Behind Dwell Time Metrics

    Sean
    8 Jun 2015 | 9:04 pm
    There are very few things written about Dwell Time Metrics (A.K.A. User Activity Metrics) as a ranking factor relative to linkbuilding, on-site SEO, and yes, even microdata. Knowing that Google sneaked in the Phantom 2 update (which became known as the “Quality Update“) to their core algorithm right when they launched the highly-awaited, “Mobile-geddon”, this untold SEO secret has become even more important. If you’re wondering, here’s what the Quality Update is about according to Moz: The Quality Update — May 3, 2015 After many reports of large-scale…
  • 5 Reasons Why Your Content Marketing Fails

    Pam Sallegue
    4 Jun 2015 | 12:24 am
    I want to ask you to look at the diagram above, for just a few seconds. Have you done it? Now I want to ask, is that how you do your content marketing campaign? If I’m going to make a wild guess, I think “No” is probably your answer. And if I’m going to be really frank with you, this is also why your content marketing campaign is failing. In this article, I would like to tell you about the step-by-step process of content marketing and the importance of each. You’ll also find misconceptions of many people about content marketing and how to avoid them. Hopefully, by the end of this…
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    Hallam Internet

  • One Second on the Internet – What Happens?

    Susan Hallam
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:01 pm
    June 30 will be one second longer than any other day this year This “leap second” is added to synchronise atomic clocks with the Earth’s rotational time Every second on the internet sees 100,000 YouTube views, 9,000  tweets, more than 2 million emails, and Apple earns an extra £1497.08. One Second on the Internet : Lost Time Most of us won’t notice the extra second added to our lives at 23:59:59, but this sliver of time can cause huge problems for computers. The leap second added in 2012 caused a crash on the Reddit, Mozilla, and Gawker Media networks. Not all…
  • When Is the Best Time to Tweet? New Study Reveals All

    Elliot Davies
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:30 am
    A groundbreaking new study promises to take all the guesswork out of Twitter, guaranteeing you maximum reach and engagement every time. When it comes to Twitter, there are certain myths that refuse to die. One of the most enduring myths is that, for best results, you need to dedicate hours of your time every single day to getting your message out there. Mastering any social media platform is certainly a time-consuming process. However, an indiscriminate, round the clock approach to tweeting will get you nowhere, and will only leave you feeling burned out and disillusioned. It’s much…
  • How to Link Mailchimp to Google Analytics

    Tom Whiley
    23 Jun 2015 | 1:30 am
    As one of the top email marketing service providers, Mailchimp offers some very useful reporting tools. But if you link your Mailchimp campaigns to Google Analytics, you’ll have much better idea of how well your campaigns are performing. Mailchimp does offer you a robust reporting dashboard for your campaigns, featuring statistics such as open rates and click through rates. But by adding a new dimension of reporting with your Google Analytics data, you can start tracking the two most important KPIs of email marketing – return on investment, and conversions. How to Link…
  • How does user interaction influence search rankings in Google?

    Susan Hallam
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:01 am
    I love it when Rand Fishkin from Moz undertakes live experiments to test the impact of user interaction and behaviour on the Google search results.  I’ve seen him do it at conferences in London, and he’s back at it again. He’s ran the user interaction experiment yesterday (21 June 2015), asking users to: 1.  Click on one specific Google search result, and then immediately leave the page and bounce back to the Google search results page, indicating dissatisfaction with the result. 2. And then click on a different specific search result, but don’t leave the page,…
  • Front End Web Developer Job – Nottingham – We’re recruiting!

    Susan Hallam
    22 Jun 2015 | 2:07 am
    We’re offering a great opportunity for a talented digitally-native Front End Web Developer to join our growing Digital Marketing team. We are looking for the right person to fit in with our professional team: a creative self starter, able to learn quickly, willing to jump in at the deep end, and most importantly a passion for all things digital. You will be responsible for supporting the design and implementation of creative and interactive solutions for clients as part of our Content Marketing team. You will be working on a wide variety of projects which includes creating interactive…
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    Haden Interactive

  • 10 SEO Terms

    Gideon Haden
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Unless your work is in SEO, digital marketing, or the like, listening to someone talk about search engine optimization can sometimes be like listening to someone speak in a foreign language. You may occasionally hear a word that you recognize, but for the most part you have no idea what that person is saying. You recognize a question by the inflection of their voice, and respond by slowly nodding your head and masking your bewilderment with a blank stare. Nearly every profession has specialized language, so there’s no reason to be embarrassed when you don’t understand the jargon.
  • Free WPEngine Migration

    Rebecca Haden
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:36 am
    We recommend WPEngine to most of our clients for hosting their WordPress sites. We’ve found their hosting to be excellent and their support exceptional. Right now, there’s a nice sale going on. If you are not currently using WPEngine hosting services, you’re eligible for free migration when you sign up for an annual plan. Click through the link below to get this nice offer. 48-Hour Sale! Free site migration for new customers who sign up for an annual plan with WP Engine. Use code MIGRATETOWPE. Valid 6/29/15 – 6/30/15 only. The post Free WPEngine Migration appeared…
  • Custom Dashboards at Google Analytics

    Rebecca Haden
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Custom dashboards in your website analytics allow you to get a quick view of how you’re doing on specific metrics, or to find a quick answer to questions you often go to your analytics data to answer. You can set up a custom dashboard and have reports sent to you automatically on a regular basis. Start your week with a Monday morning report showing the number of visitors who watched a video, and the paths they took to get to that video, or set up a monthly report showing the ecommerce sales you made and how they’ve changed year over year. Creating a custom dashboard at Google…
  • Trying Out Captain Up

    Rebecca Haden
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:14 am
    I learned about Captain Up in Eric Huber’s session at WCKC. I had been looking at Badgeos to help add a little spice to remote teambuilding, and Captain Up looked snazzier and more game-like. Captain Up has a WordPress plugin, but you can also use it in other kinds of websites. The first step is to go to CaptainUp.com and set up an account. They use a freemium model, but the free version will handle 10,000 active users per month, so it’s a good starting point for many small businesses. Once you’ve installed Captain Up — and the Captain Up website has great step by step…
  • Social Media Punctuation

    Rebecca Haden
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:59 am
    Rosie and I were talking about how glad we are to have Brittany back on our social media team. “We just have to solve the punctuation issue,” I said. “Solve?” Rosie clearly didn’t think I had the mot juste. “She’s doing some random capitalization,” I explained, thinking that Rosie hadn’t noticed. “Like capitalizing random words in a sentence. It has always seemed to me that random capitalization is a sign of slight looniness. Letters to the editor of a newspaper that begin with something like, “I Cannot Believe that this kind…
 
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    State of Digital

  • Review of Ranking Tracker Tool – RankTrackr and Two Experts Opinion on Keyword Rankings

    Jo Turnbull
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:59 am
    There is often the debate in SEO about tracking the rankings of keywords. In the past agencies guaranteed rankings and set KPIs on how much the rankings would increase and by when. They would, for example, promise to rank number 1, 2, 3 for some of the client’s short tail keywords. This method of ranking with keywords is however, no longer guaranteed within a set time period, due to many changes in the Google algorithm. As a result, many agencies and search professionals no longer guarantee such exact changes in rankings. Despite this, some companies still want to know how their rankings…
  • Friday Infographic: Getting More Twitter Followers

    Bas van den Beld
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:48 am
    It’s still on every marketers mind: get as many ‘fans’ as possible. In the case of Twitter, that’s followers. And everybody wants as many as possible. At least, when you’re a marketer trying to reach an audience. What matters is the right followers of course, but how to get them? This week’s Friday Infographic might help you. Via Post from Bas van den Beld
  • #SEOktoberfest Charity BBQ 2015 – Last Chance to Bid!

    Jackie Hole
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    Every year I write about the conferences and events I attend and in all the years I have been ‘on the circuit’ I have stored in my mind my favourites for content, favourites for speakers, atmosphere, location, ease of travel, food on the day, general attitude – you name it I have a rating for it :-). BUT… what makes a conference or event truly special and truly unforgettable are the people that take the time to put them on, the effort they go to to make sure the everyone gets what they came for and of course the people that attend. If you’ve attended the…
  • Brace yourself for ISP level ad-blocking

    Mat Bennett
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    In the face of falling CPMs and the rising use of ad-blockers, anyone running websites that rely on display advertising might well be feeling under attack of late. A report published in the Financial Times last month suggests that content producers might be about to face a whole new offensive on their revenues in the form of ISP level ad-blocking. The FT report (paywalled) detailed the work of an Israeli start-up called Shine who are working with a number of mobile data carriers to implement network wide ad blocking. An executive at a European carrier was quoted in the FT article confirming…
  • What PR Tools Can’t Teach You About Pitching

    Jodie Harris
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    The evolution of PR over the years has definitely changed the way we pitch. Instead of an abundance of desk staffers, even big publications have resorted to content producers instead. With many journalists hot-desking or going freelance, things move quickly and many PRs praise tools such as Muckrack to stay on top of what people are writing about. Even though you may access more contacts by depending on tools, the tried and tested personal touch will bring you much more success in PR. As an expert communicator, your first tool should always be your voice. The phone call, although old…
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    In Marketing We Trust

  • How to Choose an SEO Agency – 50 Point Checklist

    Freddy
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:32 pm
    Let’s be honest, finding a good SEO agency is hard. Not only is it difficult to find an all-round good agency but one that fits in with your company and message. Finding the right SEO agency can be tricky business as there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. With a huge variety of SEO consultants and agencies, there’s a lot to consider. There are of course key skills and values that will make certain agencies better fitted to your company than others. We’ve narrowed down the 15 most important factors you should consider and established 50 key actions you should take when deciding on an…
  • CoSchedule Editorial Calendar Review

    Cornelius Do
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:34 am
    Say hello to CoSchedule, a content marketing editorial calendar designed by a small team out of North Dakota. The tool began as an in-house plug-in built for their WordPress to help them plan, manage and publish content and now boasts a user base of “more than 10,000 bloggers, editors and social marketers”. Cornelius took some time out to test out the free trial for CoSchedule and below provides an in-depth review of his experience, the pros & cons and the potential he sees in the tool.   First Impression If there’s something I love more than implementing/advising…
  • Social Media Marketing – Rick Liebling Interview

    Kirsten Tanner
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:48 pm
    The time of the SMB is now. We spoke to Rick Liebling, Head of Global Marketing for Unmetric, a social media intelligence platform with a brand focus, listed by Forbes as the number one Social Media Company to Watch in 2015. We interviewed Rick on all things social media marketing. We talk about how to create culturally relevant content, how to achieve organic reach on social networks and how smaller brands can outperform their larger competitors.   What is the most innovative marketing concept you’ve created to date and how did you come up with the idea?   Earlier this year,…
  • Life as an SEO

    Cornelius Do
    11 Jun 2015 | 11:41 pm
    It doesn’t take very long to get a feel for what life is like here in the wild west of digital marketing. I’ve been at In Marketing We Trust for roughly 6 or 7 months and as I reflect on the last few tumultuous and exhilarating months, I thought I’d share some of the nuances, hard truths and memories of SEO in the form of GIFs (pronounced  “jif”). To the fun loving and unique bunch of individuals that is the SEO community, I say thank you for the following highlights that we can all probably relate to: How excited you felt on your first week. Probably the most important…
  • Frederic “Freddy” Chanut – Conversion Rate Expert

    Frederic Chanut
    9 Jun 2015 | 9:21 pm
    Hi there, Welcome to my Bio. My parents called me Frederic but feel free to call me Freddy.Some people call me a conversion rate expert, I prefer to describe myself as a “closet engineer”, a mix of marketing/suit guy and web analyst. As such, my work is grounded in analysis, data, studies and insights from customer research rather than gut feel. I have a knack for processing large amounts data, putting the picture together and translating that into a plan to fix a user experience and improve a company’s bottom line. I work with some of the best ecommerce and…
 
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    WebiMax » Blog

  • Lessons learned from Lilly Pulitzer’s Marketing Mishaps

    Darryl Saull
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:59 am
    Lessons learned from Lilly Pulitzer’s Marketing Mishaps was originally posted on the WebiMax SEO Blog What do you get when you combine marketing mistakes and fat shaming? Outraged customers and a scrambling PR team. The fashionable ‘Queen of Prep’ Lilly Pulitzer might be rolling over in her grave as the popular floral-inspired clothing line hits the headlines once again. To recap the marketing blunder that happened in April, the collaborated efforts between Target & the Lilly Pulitzer fashion team offered a limited-time clothing collection to customers that boasted designer…
  • SEO Mobile Checklist

    Nicole Romeo
    19 May 2015 | 1:38 pm
    SEO Mobile Checklist was originally posted on the WebiMax SEO Blog On April 21st, Google officially updated its algorithm to begin using mobile-friendliness as a ranking metric. This change, which Webmasters and digital marketers have dubbed Mobilgeddon, gives higher authority and ranking to website’s that utilize responsive web design and was instituted to improve mobile search results. It is certainly now more important than ever for your website to be optimized for viewing on mobile devices. Today, the majority of Google searches are conducted on mobile devices, such as smartphones and…
  • 10 Ways to Beat Google’s Algorithm

    Rachael Giza
    8 May 2015 | 9:42 am
    10 Ways to Beat Google’s Algorithm was originally posted on the WebiMax SEO Blog Dubbed MobileGeddon by some and the SEO-pocalypse by others, Google recently changed its search algorithm to favor sites that are optimized to be viewed on mobile devices.  What will Google do next?  That’s the question companies are now asking themselves as they attempt to remain competitive in the realm of digital marketing. It’s no secret that Google continually adjusts its tactics and search algorithms, but while some changes, MobileGeddon for instance, are announced far in advance, other…
  • Tips For Accessing Old Social Networking Profiles

    Darryl Saull
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:30 am
    Tips For Accessing Old Social Networking Profiles was originally posted on the WebiMax SEO Blog If you got into the social media game over a decade ago when social profiles were just starting to gain momentum, you may have an outdated profile haunting you in the vast world of the web. If this is the case, it has the potential of causing detrimental damage to your online reputation, because those who search for you may find a profile that is no longer relevant to you or your business. Unfortunately, it’s a fact of life that we forget a password or entirely forget login credentials from…
  • 3 Things Your Competitors Can Teach You About Digital Marketing

    Darryl Saull
    10 Apr 2015 | 11:55 am
    3 Things Your Competitors Can Teach You About Digital Marketing was originally posted on the WebiMax SEO Blog You know that old saying, keep your friends close and your enemies closer? Well, in the realm of digital marketing, that phrase is one to live by. Almost every single business out there has a competitor who is trying to get a bigger piece of the pie. If it is your goal to stay ahead of the competition, then you have to know which strategies work and which do not in your industry and use that knowledge to employ smarter tactics. So where do you start? You start by researching the…
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    PanGalatic Digital » Blog

  • 5 Reasons Your Business Should Publish on Medium

    Rachel Kiser
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:13 am
    Medium: You’ve probably heard of it. And you probably don’t know much more than its name. What am I supposed to do with it? (Publish all of your juicy content.) Is it a social network? (No.) Can businesses join? (Absolutely—and… The post 5 Reasons Your Business Should Publish on Medium appeared first on PanGalatic Digital.
  • 4 Twitter Chats for CMOs

    Rachel Kiser
    22 May 2015 | 10:55 am
    One of the best things about the field of marketing is that the landscape is constantly changing. Just a decade ago, a snap was what Elle Wood’s sorority was giving her. Now, it’s a way for brands to interact with… The post 4 Twitter Chats for CMOs appeared first on PanGalatic Digital.
  • Social Networks Are Not One-Size-Fits-All

    Rachel Kiser
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    When live-streaming video apps Meerkat and Periscope started attracting oohs and ahhs a few months back, like most digital marketers I was curious about the new social platforms. The idea of showing the internet your world in real-time is certainly… The post Social Networks Are Not One-Size-Fits-All appeared first on PanGalatic Digital.
  • PAN GALACTIC DIGITAL ANNOUNCES NEW DIGITAL MARKETING SPECIALIST

    LARA REED
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:09 am
    Pan Galactic is pleased to announce that Rachel Kiser has joined Pan Galactic Digital as Digital Marketing Specialist. Kiser will help analyze clients’ data and identify trends to make appropriate business recommendations. She will also manage content creation initiatives. Previously,… The post PAN GALACTIC DIGITAL ANNOUNCES NEW DIGITAL MARKETING SPECIALIST appeared first on PanGalatic Digital.
  • Next Google Update Targets Mobile

    Rachel Kiser
    17 Mar 2015 | 6:50 am
    Webmasters have been wondering for a few months now if a new Google update targeting mobile friendliness is coming. First, the search engine rolled out a feature that would label mobile-friendly sites as such in the mobile search engine result… The post Next Google Update Targets Mobile appeared first on PanGalatic Digital.
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    DKS Systems

  • Twitter Introduces: Product and place Pages and Collections

    Lienna
    22 Jun 2015 | 10:24 am
    Twitter finds new ways to improve user shopping experience Twitter begins testing two new ways to discover “rich and relevant content about products and places on Twitter,” - Twitter Blog Product and place pages and Collections These product pages are will include product or place images, video, descriptions, price, and a call to action of either an option to buy the product on Twitter or to visit the company’s website. “We’re starting to experiment with a small number of products and places. As we test, within your timeline you may see pages and collections of pages that are shared…
  • Introducing: Facebook Lite

    Lienna
    8 Jun 2015 | 7:06 am
    Introducing: Facebook Lite         Last Thursday, June 4th, Vijay Shankar, Product Manager at Facebook, announced the roll out of Facebook Lite, “…a new version of Facebook for Android that uses less data and works well across all network conditions.” - Facebook Newsroom  Facebook Lite was conceptualized and designed specifically for users that may not to high bandwidth available in their area but still want access to Facebook’s main features like News Feed, status updates, photos, notifications, and other core experiences. The app is less than 1MB…
  • Windows 10 Launches on July 29th

    Lienna
    1 Jun 2015 | 10:06 am
    Windows 10 Available July 29th   After hearing from Terry Myerson (Microsoft’s executive vice president, Operating Systems) last year that Windows 10 would be released late this summer, we now have an official launch date: July 29th From the official announcement: Get Ready for Windows 10 “On July 29, you can get Windows 10 for PCs and tablets by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer, or on a new Windows 10 PC from your favorite retailer. If you purchase a new Windows 8.1 device between now and then, the Windows 10 upgrade will be available to you and many retail stores…
  • How to Upload Images and Videos to Google Drive: Desktop & Mobile

    Lienna
    27 May 2015 | 3:40 pm
    DKS Systems How-to Guide: Uploading Image and Video Files into Google Drive (Desktop and Mobile) Desktop: Go to www.gmail.com and sign into your Google Account Once signed in, you’ll see your email inbox. Find the icon in the upper right corner of the screen and click on it to open all your accessible Google Apps. Click on the “Drive” Icon Doing this will open a new tab and will bring you to your Google Drive Home Screen. Once in Drive, click on the folder you want to add the videos to, or skip to step 5. Once in the folder, click on “New”   and select “File Upload”  This will…
  • “Tweets take flight in the Google app”

    Lienna
    19 May 2015 | 8:53 am
      Photo Credit “Tweets take flight in the Google app”   Today, Google and Twitter announced that they will be integrating relevant Tweets into Google Search Results on mobile devices.  Users can simply search a person, place, event, or #hashtag, and a “Popular on Twitter” carousel will show the most relevant and recent Tweets to your search. Tapping on the Tweet in the Google Search will bring the user directly to Twitter where they can view the actual Tweet and explore more content. “To start, we’re launching this on Google.com in English in the…
 
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    SEOP Blog

  • Three Alternative Content Types to Help Drive Web Traffic

    SEOP Blog Team
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Driving web traffic and increasing site visibility through content marketing entails more than just blogging—way much more. Once you've established your content strategy and started seeing positive results, you need to throw in new types of content to keep things fresh, get new, targeted visitors and higher conversation rates, and implement better SEO.
  • 3 Myths and Misconceptions About Duplicate Content

    SEOP Blog Team
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
      It doesn’t take a fifth-grader with a Geography paper due on Friday to realize that you can easily take a few paragraphs off of Wikipedia.org and pass it off as your own. But if teachers have access to software that lets them easily check their students’ work for plagiarism, you can bet that Google...Continue Reading
  • Breaking Down Common Barriers to Effective SEO Implementation

    SEOP Blog Team
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Search Engine Optimization has grown into a highly complex and extensive discipline. Over the years, the industry has bred a new, more advanced type of marketer—one who is too technical for traditional marketing but not technical enough to be considered a web developer. Modern SEO specialists should be able to collaborate with other industry experts and strategize, design, write, code, and develop various ways to enhance user experience on top of accomplishing disparate disciplinary goals to increase customer acquisition and revenue.
  • A Primer on App Indexing and its Future Implications to SEO

    SEOP Blog Team
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    If you were around 20 years ago and could remember how people used the Internet then, you'd know that there were only two ways to search for a website: you could either type the URL directly into your browser or use a human-organized directory like Yahoo!, which arranged websites according to different categories.
  • Preserving Your SEO Strategy During a Website Migration

    SEOP Blog Team
    1 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Whether you've decided to update or launch a new website after acquiring a new domain, you need to plan ahead to avoid potentially devastating SEO problems later on. When executed improperly, website migrations can dissolve your digital footprint and even affect sales and profits, especially those driven from search.
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    Digital Next

  • Updating Again… Google Confirms Another Core Algorithm Update

    Tom Chetwyn
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    You heard it here first guys – Google have confirmed another core algorithm update, the 4th of 2015 in fact, after the Quality & Mobile updates of May & April along with an un-named update earlier in February. It comes as no surprise to the SEO team here at Digital Next as we’ve been expecting some form of update in the past few weeks and Google has now officially confirmed it. What’s changed now then? Well the first thing we know is that is wasn’t a Panda, Penguin or HTTPS-related update and continues Google’s trend of making their algorithm more and more complex.
  • Top tips for writing a great digital press release

    Tom Glover
    22 Jun 2015 | 1:00 am
    Digital press releases inform clients, customers and the media of new product launches, awards and news that any company has been involved with. They are an essential part of any content marketing strategy, but in order for your brand’s voice to be heard they have to be written correctly. The PR and content teams here at Digital Next see a huge number of press releases being written and published every week, but it’s not always easy to judge whether your work is well written – so the eventual outcome might not actually be what’s best for the client. However, there are a…
  • One Stop Google Analytics View

    Gary Douglas
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:00 am
    Google Analytics has 1000’s of different views and combinations of metrics that a user can look at and drill down into. When we use analytics to report, we generally look for some simple views that provide strong data signals such as, top landing pages, what device has been used and what drives the conversions. Reporting on this is simple enough, but for most people this means looking at various different views and reports. More recently, we have started to look at what can be viewed as a one stop shop to view all of your website data and performance on one page. The ultimate analytics page…
  • Analytics Spam – Setting Up A Hostname Filter

    Gary Douglas
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:23 am
    Since the turn of the year, Google Analytics accounts across the world have been hammered with electronic spam. Although in the past I have spoken about how to stop Ghost referral spam, this method is no longer the answer to stopping all forms of spamming techniques. Ghost referral spam has caused many accounts to track ‘fake visits’ to your website from nuisance websites, which were viewable in the referrals section of Google Analytics after drilling down into visitor data. These irritant sites were spamming other websites either as a form of lead generation, or as a way to…
  • ‘Googling’ Google – The History of the Search Giant’s Revolution

    Hayley Pearson
    2 Jun 2015 | 8:05 am
    Everyone knows what Google is and it’s quite common today to hear the phrase ‘Google It’ if someone is looking for information. But who is Google? Who created the giant? How did it revolutionise online data organisation? Well, here at Digital Next we look into the history of the internet colossus by ‘Googling’ Google! Google originally started as a research project in 1995 by the founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin who were PhD students at Stanford University. Conventional search engines ranked websites by the frequency of keywords on a website page, however, the main focus…
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    Digital Marketing Blog

  • SMX Advanced – International Summit Highlights Part II

    Mariel Martinez
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:04 pm
    This post is a continuation of SMX Advanced: International Search Summit highlights. Make sure you read Part I to learn more about SMX Advanced! The Global Search Engines: Ranking Factors by Andy Atkins-Krüger – Webcertain Andy identified the various differences in ranking factors of the 3 major global search engines (Google, Baidu, and Yandex). Summary/Major Takeaways: Baidu – “It’s like Google 2009, but with different rules due to heavy censorship of the Chinese government.” Sites hosted in China with an ICP (Internet Content Publishing) license automatically rank higher. You…
  • Smorgasbord of Social Media – Exciting Redesigns

    Ashley Talley
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:58 am
    Welcome to another Smorgasbord of Social Media! We’ve got some great updates for you this week, so keep reading!   FACEBOOK Ads Manager And Power Editor Facebook’s Ad Manager and Power Editor are (finally) receiving some major updates. In the coming months, Facebook will be rolling out a more streamlined user interface that brings performance data front and center and allows marketers to see performance in the same place where they create and edit ads. To make things even better, Facebook will be introducing a bulk editing tool that allows users to create and edit multiple ads at one…
  • SMX Advanced 2015 – International Search Summit Highlights

    Mariel Martinez
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:13 pm
    As an extension of SMX Advanced, marketers had the opportunity to attend a one-day workshop and take a deep dive into SEO, paid search, and local or international search. Here are the highlights from the International Search Summit programmed by the international search agency WebCertain Group LTD.   Introduction and Global Search Engine Headlines by Andy Atkins-Krüger – Webcertain In this first presentation of the day, Andy gave us an overview of the latest developments and trends in the major global search engines. Summary/Major Takeaways: If you’ve been living under a rock, you…
  • A Smattering of SEO News – Yay News!

    Brian Rubin
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:45 am
    Hey folks, welcome to another Smattering! It’s been an interesting week in the SEO news arena, especially with word that news sites got a nice boost after Google’s most recent little algo update. I’d love to say I had something to do with that, given my focus on news and all that, but I doubt I can take any credit for it. With that said, let’s dive into the news pool, shall we?! Google News Report: News Sites May Have Benefited Most From Recent Algorithm Update – The folks at Searchmetrics have been studying the results of many sites since Google’s most recent…
  • A Smorgasbord of Social Media – Pinteresting Facebook Moments and Twitter Messages

    PK Creedon
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:06 am
    Life’s too short to not be in the social loop. Here’s the latest in A Smorgasbord of Social Media news:   FACEBOOK  Get The Photos You Didn’t Take We can finally stop making friends or random strangers take one group photo on 17 different devices. Facebook recently launched Moments, a standalone app that will be available in the next few days. This will allow users to privately share their photos from a specific event with anyone and everyone that attended. By using Face Recognition Software linked with Facebook, Moments will create event-based albums that allow users to quickly…
 
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    WebpageFX Blog

  • 6 Common Content Marketing Mistakes

    Rebecca Stickler
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Just a few years ago, blogs, article pages, and other non-promotional site content were seen as frivolous extras only created by overachieving marketers and business owners. In 2015, however, content is one of the most popular (and effective) forms of marketing. Creating and publishing content is an inexpensive process thanks to the Internet, and can be done almost entirely for free if you take the time to write it yourself. That being said, the fact that it isn’t a huge financial investment doesn’t mean you should allow yourself to be careless. Content marketing is only effective if you…
  • What Do SEOs Do All Day?

    Chris Zook
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    As any Internet marketer will tell you, SEO is difficult to explain. Optimization is a complicated process, and it’s not exactly easy to put into words for someone completely unfamiliar with it — and there are a lot of unfamiliar people out there. Even with SEO’s surge in popularity over the past years, very few outside of the industry know what SEOs do on a daily basis. The short answer is: a lot. However, that doesn’t fully answer the question. In general, SEOs work to make websites more visible and profitable online. And while that may sound vague, it’s only because SEO is…
  • Verizon now owns TechCrunch, Engadget, Huffington Post and more

    WebpageFX Team
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:50 am
    It’s official – Verizon completed their acquisition of AOL, to the tune of $4.4 billion. So what does this mean for the direction of these two giant companies? In the official internal memo that AOL sent out, they state that the move is a step towards “becoming the largest media technology company in the world.” They also wrote that becoming a subsidiary of Verizon will help them “fully open up the mobile frontier” and be in a leading position in mobile and mobile video. However, it’s also worth noting that with this deal, Verizon also acquires all of AOL’s media properties.
  • What Teenagers Think of Popular Social Media Platforms

    Rebecca Stickler
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Over the past few years, businesses of all sizes have flocked to social media in the hopes of reaching and interacting with more customers. And while social media marketing can certainly be effective, it only works if you use the same platforms as your target audience. Most demographics are fairly easy to reach, but there is one group whose preferences change more often than most: Teenagers. This notoriously hard-to-reach demographic tends to be social media savvy, meaning that they are typically the first to try new platforms – and the first to leave old ones. Although keeping up with them…
  • 19 Pricing Strategies for Your Business to Try

    Jesse Eisenstein
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:31 am
    Have you ever wondered why iPhones cost a few hundred bucks more than other smartphones? Or how free-to-play games bring in the bacon for their creators? As consumers, we often look at prices with an eye for the best deal. On the flip side, businesses and marketers strive to lead consumers down a path to their own best deal. And while pricing might seem as simple as slapping on a price tag, there are dozens of pricing strategies at work today. Here are 19 different pricing strategies that all have different ways of attracting consumers and helping businesses turn a profit. 1. Absorption…
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    Ethical SEO Consulting

  • Google Maps Now Warns You If You Won’t Get to Your Destination before They Close

    Casey Meraz
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Google just released another update to Android users of Google Maps, adding yet another axis of utility to the already indispensable tool. If you are like most Maps users, you […] The post Google Maps Now Warns You If You Won’t Get to Your Destination before They Close appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • The Problem with Call Tracking and a Solution

    John Van Bockern
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:47 pm
    Call Tracking Can be a Major Issue for Local SEO if Used Improperly. Here’s Why: Call tracking systems use javascript to display numbers dynamically depending on where the visitor came. […] The post The Problem with Call Tracking and a Solution appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • Google My Business Update: Enhanced Photos

    Casey Meraz
    24 Feb 2015 | 11:29 am
    One thing that is certain in local search is change. Today I noticed on the Local Search Forum that Google Upgraded their My Business page in the photos department. From […] The post Google My Business Update: Enhanced Photos appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • SEO For Realtors in 2015: Where You Should Be Focusing

    Casey Meraz
    9 Feb 2015 | 11:22 pm
    Recently I have been traveling quite a bit speaking at different events across the country to present a variety of marketing topics. One of the more recent events took place […] The post SEO For Realtors in 2015: Where You Should Be Focusing appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • Spammers Keep Spamming Local Listings

    Casey Meraz
    11 Dec 2014 | 7:13 pm
    Warning: This is mostly just a rant If there is one thing I’ve learned over and over again in SEO it’s that spammers will keep on spamming. Back in July […] The post Spammers Keep Spamming Local Listings appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
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    Boomtown Internet Group

  • Google’s Self-Driving Cars Hit The Roads

    Boomtown
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:41 am
    As promised, the prototypes of Google’s self-driving cars have left the test track and officially hit the streets in northern California. Cruising at maximum speed of 25 mph, with no steering wheel or gas pedal, the future of cars is legal and happening now. Have no fear; these technologically advanced prototypes are still under testing. Therefore, every vehicle will have a human inside monitoring the ride. With a track record of 12 accidents in over 1.8 million miles, Google self-driving cars are proving to have to capability to rethink, and quite possibly reposition, the purpose of cars…
  • Is Facebook Online Videos The New YouTube?

    Boomtown
    24 Jun 2015 | 1:24 pm
    Within the last couple months, Facebook has seen a dramatic increase in its daily video streaming. Users now stream about 4 billions videos on Facebook everyday, which practically happened overnight. As of this year, 70% of all videos on Facebook were uploaded directly to the social networking site, a dramatic increase from the 25% as of February 2014. The surge in online videos being streamed on Facebook will increase the time that users spend on the site; in turn, marketers will be able to reach consumers easier. For the past decade, YouTube has had dominance in the online video platform,…
  • Boomtown Internet Group Scholarship Entry

    Boomtown
    24 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    This is an entry from this year scholarship competition. David Fiches, from University of California Santa Barbara, wrote about Ecommerce. Paint Swatches are Old Hat: Introducing the Future of Ecommerce In 2008, two researchers at Carnegie Mellon answered a question that few had thought about and yet had serious implications for how we conduct business online: how many hours a year would the average American have to spend in order to read all of the privacy policies to which they agreed? The researchers, Aleecia McDonald and Lorrie Faith Cranor, concluded that it would take approximately 201…
  • Boomtown Internet Group Scholarship Entry

    Boomtown
    22 Jun 2015 | 12:32 pm
    This is one of the entires this year for our scholarship. Michael Catanach, from Arizona State University, wrote about his opinion on social medias effect on society. The Generation without Communication At the turn of the millennium, the world braced for what was thought to be a crash of all technology. People considered it to be a potential “end of the world” as everyone began a new generation of technology dependency. However, man survived and progressively entered the world of what would become social media. Although people feared that the world’s dependency on technology during…
  • What constitutes a good product for QVC?

    Sue McCrossin
    17 Jun 2015 | 7:02 am
    Last Wednesday Jim, Linda and I were invited to tour QVC and go behind the scenes into the “green room” so that we could better understand which of our clients might benefit from airing their products on the shopping channel network.  Our invitation came from Ellie Statton, a manufacturer’s representative who has successfully placed dozens of products on air, resulting in millions of dollars of sales.  Ellie is the owner of Elbo Marketing and Sales, and she has several tips to quickly narrow down products that will do well on QVC.   Candidates include: 1)    Products that are…
 
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    Pole Position Marketing's E-Marketing Performance Blog

  • “SEO” Be Damned, It’s Time Give Your URLs An Upgrade

    Stoney G deGeyter
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:42 am
    Are you afraid to upgrade your URLs because of the potential loss in link value and search engine rankings? That’s understandable. Even when you use the proper 301 redirect, you can lose 5-10% of your link value every time you change a page’s URL. However, it may be worth it.  That can make up for any […]
  • Book Review – Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion

    Stoney G deGeyter
    26 Jun 2015 | 10:16 am
    Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion Robert B. Cialdini, PH.D. I often classify books into categories of how easy they are to read. I love books that can explain things in simple terms without dumbing down the information. They often use lots of stories and real world examples to make the point. The book How to […]
  • The Devil in Website Design Is in the Details—But We Have a Checklist For That

    Stoney G deGeyter
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:36 am
    They say the devil is in the details, and that could not be more true than it is with website design. Everything from the colors you use to things your users can’t even see can impact your website’s effectiveness. So much goes into website design, in fact, that we had to break our checklist of website […]
  • Interaction Is the Key To Your Customer’s Hearts

    Stoney G deGeyter
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:30 am
    I talk to a lot of business leaders that think of web marketing as something that just happens. They build a site, get top rankings and the sales start rolling in. That mindset comes from the good old days of disruptive marketing. Put out a TV, radio or print ad and just wait for the […]
  • Are You Repeating Keywords Like a Broken Record?

    Stoney G deGeyter
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:05 am
      Everyone (and by everyone I mean anyone reading this right now) most likely already understands the basic concepts of keyword optimization: Take your keywords and use them throughout the content. Voila! Optimized! Close, but no. Of course you’re going to use “keywords” when you write about any topic, especially if you’re trying to have […]
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    Seo Sandwitch Blog

  • Another Google Core Search Algorithm Update

    Joydeep Bhattacharya
    20 Jun 2015 | 11:22 pm
    June 16th saw a huge spike in terms of ranking changes and Google at last confirmed it that it was a core ranking algorithm change. It was not Panda, nor Penguin and not even related to any HTTPS change. This was a regular algorithm change and is one of the 100+ changes that Google makes every year to its core search algorithm.This is what Google said to SEL:"This is not a Panda update. As you know, we’re always making improvements to our search algorithms and the web is constantly evolving. We’re going to continue to work on improvements across the board."Many webmasters have experienced…
  • Google's PLA Ads Will Now Feature a Buy Button

    Joydeep Bhattacharya
    4 Jun 2015 | 10:14 am
    Google is planning to launch a buy button in it's shopping ads. This news was given by Google's chief business officer Omid Kordestani.The new Buy Button has been planned to help the users buy more things online. Some 90 percent of commerce is still offline. Also, users find it difficult to process order online because either the steps involved are too many or the design lacks proper usage of CTA elements. To reduce this friction and to enable users to purchase more, Google will directly display the buy button. This button will allow the users to quickly purchase the items…
  • "QUAP-TED-LUV" Factor For Creating Quality Content

    Joydeep Bhattacharya
    22 May 2015 | 9:49 am
    Talk about the Panda update or the recent Phantom update, all are focussed towards identifiying quality content. The "QUAP-TED-LUV" factor is the only guideline you will ever need to create quality content for your website. Whether it's Google or Bing, quality content is one of the most important factor for ranking any website on Google. Let's explore this factor and see how you can improve your rankings based on content quality.The "QUAP" FactorQuality - The content should be unique and high quality. It should be created to provide a good user experience. It should serve…
  • Google Phantom 2 Update Strikes - WARNING - Major Issues That Might Penalize Your Website

    Joydeep Bhattacharya
    15 May 2015 | 10:49 am
    Phantom 2 update is a sitewide update that affects the entire domain as compared to only affecting the low quality pages. This means, sites getting affected by this update might loose a bulk of traffic overnight causing decline in conversions and profits.Why It's Called the Phantom Update?This update is called the Phantom update because it launches itself silently and punishes the websites heavily making them lose bulk of traffic & conversions overnight.When Did it Happened?The Phantom update happened on April, 29th, 2015 but no official announcement has been given by…
  • Google Rich Answer Box Ranking Factors - How to Rank Your Site for "How-to" Related Queries on Google?

    Joydeep Bhattacharya
    14 May 2015 | 10:38 am
    "How-to" queries comprise of a larger portion of daily search queries for Google. If we are able to rank our site for "How-to" style queries based on our niche then it can help us to divert extra traffic to our site making more way for conversions.An example of an "How-to" query can be "how to tie shoelaces" where Google displays a set of steps to answer the question searched by the user. Such type of answer display is called as the "Rich Answer Box". A screenshot for this can be seen below:Rich Answer Boxes started displaying in June 2014. Some display complete answers…
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    Eyeflow Internet Marketing

  • Searching for the Truth on Social Signals & SEO

    Cory Bosket
    12 Jun 2015 | 7:02 am
    For years now, there has been much discussion on the role of social signals and its impact on SEO. So what’s the reasoning behind all the debate? Well, back in 2010, Google Webmaster Extraordinaire Matt Cutts confirmed that social signals were, in fact, one of the metrics used in the page ranking algorithm. However, in early 2014 Cutts went against his previous claim and announced that social signals were no longer being used as a ranking factor in search engine results. With social signals appearing to be dead in the water, it comes as no surprise that many brand managers were shocked to…
  • Gearing Up for Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’

    Cory Bosket
    8 Apr 2015 | 6:47 am
    Rebranding Your Brand’s Image with Mobile Friendly Website Redesign Tuesday, April 21, 2015. If this date isn’t already circled in red sharpie on your calendar, then it should be. In late February, Google made an announcement that many search engine marketers predicted would come as we entered the new year. According to an announcement on the Webmaster Central Blog, “Starting April 21, we (Google) will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search…
  • Search Queries and Your SEO Strategy

    Cory Bosket
    19 Mar 2015 | 11:08 am
    Each and every day, over 3 billion searches are entered into Google search engine bars from all across the world. For the most part, believe it or not, each one of these billions of search queries can be separated into three categories of searches – navigational, informational and transactional. If you’re like most business owners or organization leaders, odds are that you have given very little thought to these search queries. With much of the search engine marketing world focused on keywords and topics, very little attention is paid to search queries and how they affect your website’s…
  • 5 Proven Ways to Revamp Your Content Marketing Strategy

    Cory Bosket
    17 Feb 2015 | 12:39 pm
    In 2015, content will continue to spread its dominance over the world of SEO and internet marketing as a whole. We’re seeing more and more brands make the push for becoming more than just a website, but establish a knowledge base around their brand to extend their authority across the web. Big brands are not alone in their push for more creative content. In fact, small businesses, local shops and more stand to make the biggest splash in the SEO industry if they can continue to create useful, quality content on their website. Shifting from Big Data Analysis to Even Bigger Content Creation…
  • Optimizing for the Mobile Web

    Cory Bosket
    2 Feb 2015 | 5:30 am
    Across the web, marketers and SEOs are abuzz with news that 2015 will be the year that the mobile web overtakes its desktop counterpart. For years, the marketing world has known that the mobile web would one day surpass desktop Internet usage, but most failed to realize just how large the mobile revolution would be. However, all that has changed, as even Google has now taken notice by launching their Mobile-Friendly Test tool and labeling sites as mobile friendly on mobile SERPs. Over the course of 2015 smartphone and tablet usage across the globe is expected to exceed 2 billion, is your site…
 
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    Vizion Interactive

  • Got eBooks? Your Effort Might Fall Flat if You’re Missing These 3 Elements

    Joshua Titsworth
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:45 am
    Drafting an eBook is a great value proposition for your audience – or at least, it can be. Businesses often employ this type of content to provide readers with focused content that delves into whatever issue they are researching. This could be an evaluation of SEO trends in 2015, how to employ a new technique in a business, or explaining a new industry revelation. Simply providing an eBook, though, is not enough. Make sure your eBooks include these three elements to guarantee you get the most out of this content. Empathize With Your Target Audience Understanding your ideal consumer’s pain…
  • Three Questions to Measure the Effectiveness of Your Digital Marketing Agency

    Shawn Cohen
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:19 am
    The world of SEO, SEM, and ROI can make an in-house marketer’s head spin. As these individuals reach out to the world of digital marketing professionals to make their content headaches go away, agencies are presented with the perfect opportunity for new business. However, if prospective clients get a hint of ineffectiveness, dated information, or results that fall short of their expectations, they will take their business elsewhere. Is your digital marketing agency losing ground to these ideas? Conduct a self-audit by asking these questions and make sure you can meet the expectations of a…
  • Learn About Laser-targeted Ads with AdWords Custom Affinity Audiences

    David Szetela
    2 Jun 2015 | 9:30 am
    One of the main strengths of the Google Display Network is the wealth of targeting options. Advertisers can choose to target site pages or groups of people by: Site or page topic using keyword or topic targeting Specific sites using placement targeting Previous advertiser-site visitors using Remarketing People with specific interests using affinity targeting, in-market targeting and custom affinity audience targeting (Note that up until February 2015, there was an additional targeting option called interest targeting. This option has been retired and Google advises advertisers to switch to…
  • Tool Tuesday — OneTab Chrome Extension

    Shawn Cohen
    2 Jun 2015 | 12:40 am
    Have you ever found yourself recommending a particular tool and realize pretty much no one has ever heard of it or has used it as consistently as you have? I totally feel that way about OneTab. OneTab is an extension for Chrome and the simplest way to describe what it does is this: Import a list of URLs into OneTab and the extension will open them all at once Export a list of open tabs from OneTab and paste them into Excel or another document So why do these functions make OneTab so wonderful? I was really tempted to write “Onederful” in reference to the movie That Thing You Do! but I…
  • Currently Viral – May 21, 2015

    Shawn Cohen
    21 May 2015 | 8:02 am
    Currently Viral – May 21, 2015 We all know reddit attracts introverted geeks and there’s nothing like a post that empathizes with the introvert’s social plight amid a sea of like-minded socially awkward redditors. The image, originally posted on imgur, encapsulates who we’ve all felt at different times trying to edge into a conversation at a social event, whether we’re introverts or extroverts. The post is currently trending at 539 comments and counting in the /funny/ subreddit. This thread is significant because it’s probably the most empathy ever shown in one…
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    BuzzStream

  • Inspire Your Next Campaign with These 6 PR Resources

    Ritika Puri
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:08 am
    One important quality top PR leaders share is a passion for learning, experimenting, and growing. Even though the field is timeless, it’s also one that evolves constantly thanks to new social media channels and communication mediums. As a result, PR leaders have to wade through lots of noise. Some reporters, for instance, are difficult to reach due to the hundreds of pitches that they’re receiving per day via e-mail and Help a Reporter Out (HARO). What PR leaders need are techniques to stand out and outsmart the accidental mess created by the industry. This process involves learning and…
  • 5 Examples of Blogger Outreach Gone Wrong

    Kristi Hines
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:09 am
    Editor’s Note: Today we welcome new guest contributor Kristi Hines to the BuzzStream blog. Kristi has spent thousands of hours on both sides of the blogger outreach table.  She’ll be sharing her insights and experience into influencer marketing as both a popular blogger and an experienced online marketer.  As a blogger, I have been approached by many companies to do publicity or link building for their products or services. While I have seen many great campaigns, I have also seen a few that left me scratching my head. In this post, I’d like to share with you some examples of…
  • How to Execute a Winning Campaign Interview With a Publisher

    Andrea Lehr
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    There are many goals for a content marketing campaign, including to maximize exposure, increase brand awareness, and initiate a conversation with your target audience. Whatever your end goal, an essential element for any successful campaign is a targeted promotions cycle – and the key ingredient in that strategy is earned media. However, a pitch doesn’t always mean an automatic placement: Publishers receive hundreds of pitches and press releases each week, and they only choose to cover a few of them. The most successful pitches provide only a brief overview of your campaign, so in some…
  • Sentiment by Subject

    Andrea Lehr
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    If you want to maximize your outreach efforts, you should start list building while your content is still in production. A crucial step within the process is to determine which publishers are worth the exclusive versus which should be saved for syndication. When you have content that explores a controversial topic, this process should include one additional step that is often overlooked: Determine the tone of your campaign and explore how similar topics are presented in different publications. BuzzStream and Fractl examined the sentiment around 10 contentious topics – climate change,…
  • How Strategy Digital Streamlines Their Outreach with BuzzStream

    Guest Author
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Here at Strategy Digital, we’ve been working with bloggers for years. The old ways of ‘SEO guest posting’ died a very public death a while back now, but there are absolutely ways that you can still incorporate bloggers into a Google-friendly digital marketing strategy. Over time, as the ways in which we work with bloggers evolved, the ways in which we needed to manage that outreach evolved too. It became less about large-scale link-building and more about developing genuine relationships with a select few bloggers that aligned with our clients’ brands. Before BuzzStream: Drowning in…
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    Northcutt

  • Why Delivery Is Every Bit As Important As Content

    Nick Greene
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:13 am
    This week, I’m going to kick things off with a story. Picture two musicians. One is a virtuoso; the most talented musical mind since Mozart. The other is well above average, but much less talented than his peer. You’d expect that the first musician will be the more successful of the two, right? You’d be wrong. The former musician only plies his craft within the walls of his home. Though his friends and family speak highly of him, he’s unknown in the larger world. The latter, meanwhile, does everything he can to get his name out. He regularly performs in public and…
  • Of Llamas and Dresses: The Twitter Conundrum

    Ben Ustick
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:04 pm
    If Twitter was ever going to go under, users of the social network would almost certainly beat the company in breaking the news. This irony is representative of the struggles Twitter faces as it tries to define (or redefine) itself. The recent announcement that Twitter CEO Dick Costolo would be stepping down at the end of the month is being trumpeted as a pivotal point for the struggling social media giant, a moment that many saw coming and some even called for. Twitter has battled slow user growth, a disappointing earnings report that was only made worse by being announced early on Twitter,…
  • Apple’s Content Blocking Plans Cement What You Should Already Know About Online Advertising

    Nick Greene
    18 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Amidst all the hubbub and buzz generated by Apple’s worldwide developer conference on June 8, one very interesting tidbit stands out. According to documentation released for iOS 9 after the conference’s end, Safari will soon include functionality that allows developers to block “cookies, images, resources, pop-ups, and other content.” In other words, Apple has all but officially thrown its support behind ad blocking. The reason this is big news is that, until recently, mobile advertising was a relatively untouched market. As of 2014, the prevalence of ad-blocking was…
  • 9 Unique Tips to Grow Your Store’s Online Presence With Social Media

    Carter Bowles
    15 Jun 2015 | 11:03 am
    The following is a guest post by Catalin Zorzini, founder of Ecommerce Platforms, a blog about ecommerce and marketing. Catalin Zorzini likes hot soup and hot jazz. His views do not necessarily reflect those of Northcutt Consulting Group, LLC.  You setup your social media accounts, maybe Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, but it’s been a few weeks or even years since you’ve touched the accounts. This happens far too often with small businesses. The problem is that even when stores implement decent social strategies it’s tough to improve sales, or at least track whether sales…
  • May’s Best SEO, Social Media, and Content Marketing Articles

    Ben Ustick
    9 Jun 2015 | 12:48 pm
    New flowers, new SEO periodic table, and a new Social Media Marketing Industry Report. May was a busy month in the world of inbound marketing. Now that you’ve had a chance to see the results of “mobilegeddon” and Google’s quality update come in, it’s time to get back to the grindstone and keep your site ranking and your business growing. Check out the great collection of articles below with tips on SEO, content marketing, and social media marketing. Here’s what you missed from May. If you’re looking for the same great content the rest of the month,…
 
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    Silverbean

  • JOIN OUR TEAM – Marketing and Communications Executive!

    Lauren Archer
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:52 am
    This new and exciting role is brand new to Silverbean and a fantastic opportunity for a talented, enthusiastic and dedicated Marketing and Communications Executive, with a passion for great, inspiring content and effective communications. We’re one of the UK’s leading agencies in digital marketing and have determined growth plans in motion, so this role is pivotal to ensuring Silverbean’s own Content and Communications strategy runs seamlessly. The internal Marketing and PR team is small, but fast-paced, so we need a self-starter with bags of energy, initiative and a knack for faultless…
  • B2B Marketing Summit 2015: 4 lessons in Cutting the Crap from Doug Kessler

    Lauren Archer
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    Last week, I had a fan-girl moment. Not in a “OMG LOOK! IT’S ONE DIRECTION!” (yes, I love them) kind of way. This was different. It was a fan-girl moment in a professional capacity, after hearing the brilliant Doug Kessler of Velocity Partners speak at the B2B Marketing Summit 2015. As Marketing & PR Manager for Silverbean, I’ve been avidly devouring their content, guides and tool-kits pretty much since I started here, and their wonderfully blunt, no-nonsense approach to content marketing is something I strive for daily with our output. The thing is, there’s…
  • Join us! Affiliate Marketing Manager Vacancy

    Nic Yates
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:40 am
    We’re currently looking for a talented Affiliate Marketing Manager to join our thriving Affiliate team. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to develop a career at one of the North East’s largest digital agencies. The ideal candidate will have a proven record of maintaining excellent client relationships in order to manage affiliate programs across our portfolio – which includes major brands within a number of sectors such as fashion and beauty, homeware, outdoors, travel, finance and others. They will have strong communication skills, a good knowledge of digital…
  • We’re Hiring! Affiliate Marketing Executive Vacancy

    Nic Yates
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    We’re currently looking for a talented executive to join our thriving Affiliate Marketing team. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to develop a career at one of the North East’s largest digital agencies. The ideal candidate will assist with the day to day smooth running of our affiliate programs across our portfolio – which includes major brands within a number of sectors such as fashion and beauty, homeware, outdoors, travel, finance and others. The right person will be enthusiastic, committed, proactive and resourceful. We are looking for a real team player who is…
  • ScS Shortlisted for an Online Retail Award

    Lauren Archer
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:42 am
    We’re thrilled to learn that our client, the Sunderland-based furniture and flooring specialist ScS, have been named in the shortlist for an Online Retail Award within the Home & Garden category. The Online Retail Awards are international, impartial, independent business awards that can be won by online retailers of any size anywhere in the world, with the aim of seeking out examples of retailers’ web, mobile and tablet sites and advances in digital stores that offer great online shopping experiences for customers. The nationwide retailer re-launched its website 10-months ago…
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  • Google Analytics Made Simple | Hands On Workshop

    Joel Popoff
    12 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
      Get ready for the most actionable Google Analytics workshop ever! This month InboundTO is hosting an exclusive hands on Google Analytics 2015 workshop. In this workshop we will explain everything you need to know to navigate and understand your Google Analytics account better to get insights on what’s happening on your site. Including the latest 2015 updates. RSVP early to reserve your spot for the workshop. InboundTO will be charging a $50.00 admission fee for this special event. Similar workshops are valued at over $499.00. Don’t miss this opportunity to save big and walk…
  • Webinar – CRO Strategies That Will Give You An Unfair Advantage In Doubling Your Leads

    Joel Popoff
    2 Jun 2015 | 5:52 am
      This month we will be hosting our 6th webinar in the 2015 Digital Marketing Webinar Series! We gathered up 4 conversion rate optimization guru’s for you to discuss CRO strategies that will give you an unfair advantage in doubling your leads. In this webinar you will learn about a/b testing, calls to action, conversion funnels and multivariate testing. Make sure to reserve your spot today before it gets completely filled up. If you can’t make it to the live show, register anyway and we’ll be sure to send you the recorded version. The Details Topic of discussion: CRO…
  • InboundTO 26 Recap: Helping Businesses Grow With Google My Business

    Joel Popoff
    26 May 2015 | 6:52 am
      Last week we hosted our 26th InboundTo with our friends down at Imprezzio Marketing. This month’s talk was all about Google My Business. Canada’s top two Google My Business contributors, Colan Nielsen & Joy Hawkins, presented two fantastic presentations. Below is the slidedeck that covered both Colan and Joy’s full presentations. You will definitely want to record the links in this deck as they point to some extremely valuable resources for local seo. Google My Business 101 and 16 Ways To Be Successful with GMB Google My Business 101 and 16 Ways To Be Successful…
  • Webinar – Optimizing Emails for Lead Generation Success

    Joel Popoff
    6 May 2015 | 9:14 am
    This month we will be hosting our 5th webinar in our 2015 Digital Marketing Webinar Series! If you’re wasting a bunch of time developing sales emails and attempting to convert leads, but haven’t had any luck then this is the webinar for you. Our experts will be going through multiple lead generation email examples and providing you with advice on what you should be doing and what you should avoid. The Details Topic of discussion: Optimizing Emails for Lead Generation Success Date & time: Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT / 7pm GMT How much: our webinars are free,…
  • Powered by Search Ranks 5th on Canada’s Top 10 Growth Companies

    Joel Popoff
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:18 am
    Toronto, Canada – April 24th, 2014: Powered by Search, Canada’s premier inbound marketing agency proudly announced it has ranked 5th in the Top 10 Growth Companies on the 2015 Branham300, with a massive growth change of +150%. From a +33% change in growth in 2014 to a +150% change in 2015, it looks like nothing is going to slow Powered by Search down from leading the digital marketing industry in Canada. Not only did Powered by Search rank as one of the Top Growth Companies in Canada, they also made it on the list of the Top 250 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies.
 
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    BlueCapra

  • Where’s Alan Reeves? – One Year Later

    Alan Reeves
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:00 am
    Welcome back to my journey to being 1st on Google.  This is the one year anniversary of the finale, the final update for my attempt to rank this site first on Google for my name, Alan Reeves.  If you missed any of the posts, you can find the first one here and last week’s here (126). Way back […] (Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) BlueCapra - Using Technology To Solve Problems and Create Solutions
  • Harbinger 320 Gloves Review – Krav Maga Gear

    Alan Reeves
    5 Jun 2015 | 8:52 am
    If you are training in Krav Maga or a variety of other martial arts, chances are that you need general training knuckle gloves. They need to have enough padding but not too much, be flexible and durable, and not cost an arm and a leg.  Eventually you will need sparring gear such as headgear, shin guards, […] No visits yet BlueCapra - Using Technology To Solve Problems and Create Solutions
  • Everlast Pro Style Training Gloves Review

    Alan Reeves
    18 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    If you are training in Krav Maga or a variety of other martial arts, there’s a good chance you will find yourself sparring or hitting the heavy bag at some time.  There’s no better way to refine your techniques than through practice and hitting the heavy bag is a great way to practice your punching and […] (Visited 55 times, 1 visits today) BlueCapra - Using Technology To Solve Problems and Create Solutions
  • Title Pro Full Face Training Headgear Review

    Alan Reeves
    13 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    If you are training in Krav Maga or a variety of other martial arts, there’s a good chance you will find yourself sparring at some time.  There is no better way to refine your techniques than through practice and sparring is a great way to practice.  Since you will be punching and kicking someone else and […] (Visited 50 times, 1 visits today) BlueCapra - Using Technology To Solve Problems and Create Solutions
  • Krav Maga DIE circle design

    Alan Reeves
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:55 am
    Do defend ourselves in Krav Maga, we must deflect, intercept, or evade and oncoming attack.  Here is a design that I created to help remember the importance of defense.  Let me know what you think. (Visited 13 times, 1 visits today) BlueCapra - Using Technology To Solve Problems and Create Solutions
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  • Taming Twitter: How to Start Your Journey to Online Influence

    Dipalie Mehta
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:38 am
    Complete with free tools and tricks! Whether it’s your business, personal brand, art, a cause you believe in or general goofy shenanigans if you want to take them to an audience, you know social platforms are the best way to get your message across. But social media – and especially Twitter – can get a bit confusing with so many platforms and tools being used. And that confusion is what I’m going to try and solve for you. These 8 steps will help you get started with Twitter and build a foundation for your personal brand online. Know your niche This section will basically tell you…
  • 8 PPC Blogs You Need to Eat for Breakfast

    Dipalie Mehta
    25 May 2015 | 4:05 am
    Taste best with anything! Are you as clueless about PPC as I was a month back? To give you an idea, I was so clueless that it was hilarious and sad at the same time. BUT I’ve crossed that bridge, one breakfast at a time. And here is a list of the eight blogs that have been on the menu and will be for a long, long time. To make it easier for you, I’ve added social scores. And since social scores aren’t always the best measure for quality, there are micro descriptions too, AND memes to describe the blogs perfectly so you know your ‘best bet’. (Get it? Get it? Ok) You’re welcome.
  • “Instant Articles” on Facebook

    Neha Bawa
    18 May 2015 | 12:04 am
    Facebook just set social media ablaze with its latest product update. On March 13th, Facebook announced the release of Instant Articles, a platform that will allow publishers to post content directly and keep 100% of the revenue generated from the ads in the stories. Apparently, this move’s been anticipated for quite a while, and the product launch is underway with the following nine partners: The New York Times National Geographic BuzzFeed NBC News The Atlantic The Guardian BBC News Spiegel Online Bild Pretty impressive list. Watch for initial content to come from the Times, National…
  • 3 Steps To a Paid Design Internship

    Dipalie Mehta
    12 May 2015 | 2:41 am
    Getting an internship that pays you (while you work on big brands in a full suite digital marketing agency) is easier than you think! Apply in three simple steps: Step One: Use the the following copy to create images to be posted on Techmagnate’s social platforms:   Rule: Make sure there are no copy errors Step 2: Email the above images AND your portfolio to: dipalie.mehta@techmagnate.com With the subject line: Design intern Samples (your name) Rule: Don’t forget to email both the images and your portfolio. Double check subject line. Step 3: Post the images you’ve…
  • This Quiz Could Land You A Job!

    Dipalie Mehta
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:14 am
    We’re not kidding! Just ace the quiz and we’ll call you. Protip: The speed of your responses will make a lot of difference. SEM/PPC Manager SEO Manager  
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    The Strategic Mama

  • Live To Work

    Vanita Cyril
    13 Jun 2015 | 5:53 am
    Live To Work If you’ve been a blogging entrepreneur for any length of time, you’ll no doubt relate to some of what I’m about to share, but I really wish you wouldn’t. I really hope you’re not finding yourself buried under an avalanche of shit-to-do and nightmares of low share counts and empty paypal accounts. Thankfully, that’s behind me. But I do remember... Read More The Strategic Mama Vanita Cyril
  • The 5 Necessities of Successfully Launching Anything Online

    Vanita Cyril
    28 Mar 2014 | 7:02 am
    The 5 Necessities of Successfully Launching Anything Online   Starting a blog and launching a blog…two different things. When I started my old blog, After Bedtime Blog, it was to connect to other moms. I had no plan in place… No Content Strategy. No Editorial Calendar. No Social Media Profile. Absolutely No Clue. The same can be said about the time I started a podcast…starting and launching are... Read More The Strategic Mama Vanita Cyril
  • Free Stock Photos That Could Have Cost $1000

    Vanita Cyril
    7 Mar 2014 | 7:05 pm
    Free Stock Photos That Could Have Cost $1000 Over the past 3 years I can honestly say I’ve paid a couple hundred dollars for stock photos. So when I heard Getty Images was going to allow bloggers to use any of 35 million photos for free…well, you can bet your butt I started dreaming of a new pair of Steve Madden Renegaids. Never heard of Getty? Getty Images... Read More The Strategic Mama Vanita Cyril
  • When Your Blog Design Angers Google+

    Vanita Cyril
    3 Mar 2014 | 6:20 am
    When Your Blog Design Angers Google+   Who would have thunk it? Google is checking out your blog. And not for SEO purposes. Or a Mascarpone Espresso Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake recipe. mmm yum yum good. Instead, Google’s reviewing how you’re incorporating their branding into your blog design. Have custom social media icons? Oh-oh. I was pretty darn surprised when my girlfriend Vidya received an email from Google.... Read More The Strategic Mama Vanita Cyril
  • Why Bloggers Need To Be Like Spongebob

    Vanita Cyril
    10 Feb 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Why Bloggers Need To Be Like Spongebob You read it right. Spongebob would kick ass at blogging. And yes, I’ve been watching too much Spongebob Squarepants lately. What can I say? I’ve got 4 kids in the house and they all bump heads and start screaming for mom. Followed by complaints. Complaints I can’t understand cause they’re all yelling at the same time. Damian stole my book. Sabrina... Read More The Strategic Mama Vanita Cyril
 
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    Heroic Search

  • How Local SEO Works

    markandpixel
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:52 pm
    If you’re a business owner, you’ve probably heard about the importance of investing in Local SEO. Seeing as 50% of searches (on mobile devices) are done to find local results and 61% of those searches result in a purchase (source). Local SEO is nothing to scoff at. It doesn’t just increase traffic to your website, it increases targeted traffic. What do I mean by this? Well, there’s a big difference in a searchers behavior when searching “home security” and “home security miami”. The former is a very broad search whereby the user could just be looking for general information.
  • Hello world!

    markandpixel
    28 Jun 2015 | 1:14 pm
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! The post Hello world! appeared first on Heroic Search.
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    SEO Best Practices: SEO tips, help, and advice for any online business

  • The S3 (Social-SEO-SEM) Synthesis

    Ranjana Jha
    27 Jun 2015 | 1:43 pm
    S3 Synthesis is what I call the combination of the three S’s: “Social Networking, SEO, and SEM” of Internet Marketing. The internet, and the way people access and use the internet, has been evolving at a rapid speed. It is apparent that marketers will need to evolve their internet marketing strategies in keeping with the changing needs. Social networking, SEO, and SEM can no longer remain isolated techniques, they are and they will need to converge together to form a more powerful, effective, and efficient way of attracting relevant traffic. Continue reading...
  • Into the visual Age

    Ranjana Jha
    20 Jun 2015 | 4:01 am
    Visually appealing and relevant content verses textual pages of valuable, relevant, and informative content? Which of these two do you think will make more impact? Is it visuals, textual content, or a middle path? The challenge today is to have content that is persuasive, is of high quality, unique, and also caters to shorter attention spans! Continue reading...
  • The 3Es of the future of marketing on the Internet

    Ranjana Jha
    14 Jun 2015 | 7:28 am
    The future of marketing on the internet is becoming more and more exciting and challenging. With a variety of options available today to market and sell on-line, what are the most important areas that a business owner should focus upon in order to stay ahead of the competition? Continue reading...
  • Are you PINing for more?

    Ranjana Jha
    7 Jun 2015 | 3:40 am
    PINterest is soon going to turn into a very busy marketplace. If you have not yet reserved a place for your business at PINterest, you may lose out to the competition. Continue reading...
  • The Google & Twitter marriage of convenience

    Ranjana Jha
    31 May 2015 | 12:34 am
    With the Google Twitter deal active and up and about, how is it going to impact searches and Internet marketing in the coming future? Continue reading...
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    SEO Nick

  • Getting Started with Landing Pages [and Conversion Funnels]

    Tyler Brabo
    2 Jun 2015 | 6:46 am
    Landing pages are so crucial when it comes to getting customers into your conversion funnel and on their way to complete a purchase. A car salesman wouldn’t come up to you and say: “This car is $18,000, here are the papers and if you just sign here it’s yours.” That would be ridiculous… he warms you up and guides you along his path, feeding you information and building comfort and trust until he closes you. Landing pages are the good salesman of the internet, they tell you: About the benefits from the offer (a free e-book, analysis, report, etc.) Perhaps…
  • Realistic SEO – Understanding Rank Potential

    Nick
    14 Apr 2015 | 6:18 am
    Forrester Research projects U.S. consumers will spend $327 Billion online in 2016. With Google seeing approximately 7.1 Billion searches per day globally* (between mobile, desktop, and tablets) we can approximate that every single query in the U.S. is worth $1.26 (based on U.S. representing 10% of world’s internet users). *Update: thank you Rand Fishkin for pointing out the original stat was outdated. In a recent study by BrightEdge, SEO accounts for as much as 51% of the traffic being driven to B2B and B2C pages, re-enforcing that SEO is far from dead – and continues to offer…
  • How To Leverage Contests To Generate Thousands of Qualified Leads

    Jake Cain
    8 Apr 2015 | 4:33 am
    While our business has enjoyed a fairly consistent amount of success over the last few years, we are always looking for new opportunities to grow. In January, our very own Spencer Haws did a podcast interview with Travis Ketchum who is the founder of Contest Domination – a contest management tool. He described how small businesses could generate enormous amounts of new leads and sales by running effective contests, and provided actual examples of how it had worked for other businesses. This interview was an “aha” moment for us. Why hadn’t we ever tried this with our…
  • How To Grow a Brand on Instagram

    Kevin Espiritu
    6 Apr 2015 | 11:53 am
    There are a lot of marketing articles about Instagram. Or any other “social media channel”, “online platform”, or “inbound marketing target.” This is going to be another one of those, but with a little twist. I’m going to tell you everything I did to grow a brand on Instagram, down to the daily tasks – but I’ll talk a little high level as well. I feel that too many marketing blogs, articles, and ULTIMATE GUIDES gloss over the reason you’re doing any of this stuff – to connect with your customers, provide as much value as…
  • How To Structure A Killer Content Marketing Campaign

    Sean Smith
    18 Feb 2015 | 6:20 am
    Content marketing might seem pretty straight-forward, it might even seem like anyone with a blog can succeed at it. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Content marketing is an art, of strategy, planning, analyzing, and following through. Content marketing is about connecting to your audience, through a story, educationally, informatively, and by being entertaining, all while focused on an end goal, for both of you. In this post I’m going to show you how to lay out a killer content marketing campaign, from beginning to end, in a way that I use at SimpleTiger to achieve huge growth…
 
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    Zadro Web

  • How to Build Brand Authority Using SEO and Link Building

    Dario Zadro
    15 Jun 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Not so long ago, search engine optimization had a predominantly technical focus, with an emphasis on targeted keywords, canonical tags, site maps, link building…you get the idea. Don’t get me wrong, the technical aspects of SEO are still vital components of a successful digital marketing campaign. However, search engines (and the people who use them) have become more sophisticated. SEOs have had to learn to balance the human equation with the needs of the robot. In short, they have head to learn to think more like traditional marketers. Today, it is just as important to get inside…
  • How to Use Digital Marketing for Business Growth

    Dario Zadro
    30 May 2015 | 4:56 pm
    The advent of the internet has significantly changed the way businesses market themselves and their products. Sure, traditional print and media advertising still have their place (and they can still be effective), but having a digital marketing strategy in place has become essential for the success of any business. And there’s a very good reason for that. Digital marketing has a lot to offer, regardless of the size or focus of your business. It costs 62% less per lead than traditional media marketing, and the costs are more easily amortized over time to deliver a better return on your…
  • Why Your Business Needs Social Media to Increase Traffic

    Dario Zadro
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:43 pm
    Twin Design / Shutterstock.com By now we all understand just how far reaching, and powerful, social media can be for businesses of all sizes and descriptions. At least, we should. The social media revolution is a distant memory, and platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are now firmly entrenched in the public’s consciousness. Social media has become an integral part of our daily routine, with 74% of adults using social media 2014. That being said, many small business owners still don’t give their social media presence the attention it deserves. Sure, we set up Facebook…
  • Writing Effective Headlines That Your Audience Will Love

    Dario Zadro
    4 Apr 2015 | 5:40 pm
    Creating a dedicated blog is only half of the battle in today’s content marketing efforts. While business owners need to keep up a steady stream of original and informative content, the battle is far from won. Great content can easily be missed, or ignored, if it doesn’t feature an attention getting headline that engages with the reader and convinces them to invest their time in visiting the blog spot and reading the article in question. On average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents…
  • Remember One Word to Win in SEO With Google

    Dario Zadro
    16 Mar 2015 | 11:04 am
    Every webmaster and SEO is working hard to land themselves, or their clients, some prime SERP real estate. Formerly foolproof SEO strategies no longer have the juice they once did, and many of the tricks of the trade have all but had the legs cut from under them. So, what is a savvy webmaster or SEO to do? The answer is simple. With these 5 signals, we reapply ourselves and concentrate on that which will always win Google’s heart, giving us some real traction in the search results. Let’s get started and define everything in greater detail. Q.U.A.R.T. SEOs live in a world of…
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    AWR

  • More Insights On Google’s Update From Last Week – It’s Not Wikipedia

    Dana Loiz
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:38 am
    There has been a lot of chalk talk about last week’s mysterious Google update, but up until now we haven’t been able to bring forth anything more than the obvious: major shifts were cropping up in rankings. We decided to roll up our sleeves and get any insight we could from the data we have; after a good amount of data-slicing, we’re back with some answers. Definitely a Google Update Just like Mozcast and Algoroo, our Google Algorithm Changes tool reported extremely unusual ranking changes around the date of June 19, 2015. More precisely, 35% of all 583,140 URLs tracked…
  • New Features in AWR Cloud: UI changes and improvements

    Ade Vitan
    16 Jun 2015 | 12:36 am
    Hey guys! After adding the brand new Research feature a few months back, our team continued to focus on various UI changes aimed at improving user experience. Some of the tweaks released today will definitely improve your AWR Cloud workflow and help you make the most out of the existing features that you’ve grown to love. Here’s what’s new: 1. Add new website wizard: all the information you need to create your projects, in one simple flow Though the functionality and codebase behind it remain pretty much the same, the visuals have changed entirely, replacing the horizontal steps…
  • 4 Tools to Manage Your Content Marketing Efforts

    Lucinda Watrous
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:06 am
    Content marketing is a large part of SEO strategy today, with over half of B2B marketers publishing either more, or significantly more content as part of their efforts compared to the past year. As it can be difficult to determine what content to publish when and where, marketers need plenty of valuable tools in their arsenal – it is even more difficult to calculate that content’s return on investment (ROI), manage the content marketing team, and curate content. TrenDemon With research showing only 23% of B2C marketers claiming to be successful at measuring content marketing ROI,…
  • How to Make Your Blog as Local as Your Business

    Garrett Mehrguth
    3 Jun 2015 | 6:22 am
    Let’s face it, local SEO’s and business owners have given up on content and settled for SEO. Now, I’m not saying that SEO is bad or that no local business can write. But what I am saying is that the industry has prioritized the SEO/ranking value of content over the audience value of our content. The moment SEO becomes more important than our audience, we have a marketing problem. Let’s take off our 1,500 word minimum with 2% keyword density blinders and ask ourselves a few simple questions: Would I actually read this whole post? If you can’t read the whole…
  • How to Implement Content Marketing With Success in 2015

    Cristian Rennella
    27 May 2015 | 7:19 am
    To design an excellent content strategy, the most important thing (and which very few do), without a doubt, is to start by establishing “where we are headed”. In other words, our goals. We have been working specifically with content marketing for the past 8 years and if there is something we have learned during this time, is that the difference between those that succeed and those that fail is NOT based on the quantity of resources they are able to invest (money/budget). It is in the clarity in which they define “why” they want to engage in content marketing. In this…
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    WordPress SEO Tricks

  • Battle Of Email Marketing- GetResponse Vs Aweber,MailChimp and Constant Contact

    Deepak Panwar
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:07 pm
    Hello everyone, in this article we are going to compare GetResponse with MailChimp, Constant Contact and Aweber email marketing tool. Let’s first discuss about pricing and trial account details of all the 4 email marketing tool and then we will compare GetResponse with MailChimp, Aweber and Constant Contact separately. Free Trial: GetResponse: They offer a 30-day free […] The post Battle Of Email Marketing- GetResponse Vs Aweber,MailChimp and Constant Contact appeared first on WordPress SEO Tricks by Deepak Panwar WOOSEOT
  • InMotion Hosting Review: Reasons Why It Is Best for WordPress

    Deepak Panwar
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Today we’re going to review InMotion Hosting. The company was founded in 2001 by Sunil Saxena and Todd Robinson and provides everything from basic shared hosting to fully dedicated web servers. They’re very popular among business and corporate users due to fast web hosting service, economical price and responsive after sales service. All of their […] The post InMotion Hosting Review: Reasons Why It Is Best for WordPress appeared first on WordPress SEO Tricks by Deepak Panwar WOOSEOT
  • SEMRush Review- Best Keyword & Competitor Research Tool

    Deepak Panwar
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:40 am
    SEMRush is a leading browser based Search Engine Marketing tool , that I feel that every serious Internet marketer and blogger should have in their SEO tool arsenal.  With the help of SEMRush  you’ll be able to find high cpc(cost-per-click) and long-tail keywords and can also find what keywords your competitors are being ranked for. […] The post SEMRush Review- Best Keyword & Competitor Research Tool appeared first on WordPress SEO Tricks by Deepak Panwar WOOSEOT
  • How To Fix Common Facebook Login problems and errors

    Deepak Panwar
    30 Dec 2014 | 2:11 am
    Hello Everyone, in this article we’ll  take a look at some of the most common Facebook login problems , which users have encountered in the past 1-2 years, and share with you the solutions to fix those problems. We really hope this post will comes in handy when you or perhaps your friends encounter any […] The post How To Fix Common Facebook Login problems and errors appeared first on WordPress SEO Tricks by Deepak Panwar WOOSEOT
  • How to add Google Analytics to WordPress

    Deepak Panwar
    7 Dec 2014 | 9:52 pm
    Today, I am going to show how to add Google Analytics to WordPress blog in less than 5 minutes. But before sharing the tutorial, let me tell you in Brief about Google Analytics and why Google Analytics for wordpress is important. Well, Google Analytics is a free online tool that can be used by webmasters/bloggers for […] The post How to add Google Analytics to WordPress appeared first on WordPress SEO Tricks by Deepak Panwar WOOSEOT
 
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    - Bloggers Ideas

  • Genesis Framework Review:Robust WordPress Framework

    Jessee R
    27 Jun 2015 | 11:29 am
    It is very important to choose a right WordPress theme provider. A badly designed WordPress can ruin your brand’s reputation and business. Not only it will ruin your reputation among the visitors but will also make your website vulnerable to hackers. To build a successful online business, you need a good WordPress framework. A lot Read More » The post Genesis Framework Review:Robust WordPress Framework appeared first on - Bloggers Ideas.
  • LunarPages Coupon Codes June 2015:50% Discount

    Jitendra vaswani
    27 Jun 2015 | 11:05 am
    LunarPages is a hosting on which you can easily trust upon, it is one of the best hosting service provider out there in the market! LunarPages hosting plans are really cheap and affordable, and worth the trust! LunarPages was founded in the year 2000 and till now it has completed 15 years of service and Read More » The post LunarPages Coupon Codes June 2015:50% Discount appeared first on - Bloggers Ideas.
  • CSS Hero Review: Best Plugin for WordPress Customization

    Jessee R
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:21 am
    Back in the day when WordPress didn’t exist (I cannot even remember that day!), digital marketers like you and me wouldn’t stand a chance in the online arena without being experts at coding. Well, we don’t need to worry about that today as WordPress allows us to create any kind of online entity we dream Read More » The post CSS Hero Review: Best Plugin for WordPress Customization appeared first on - Bloggers Ideas.
  • Arvixe Hosting Coupon Codes June 2015: Flat 80% Discount

    Jitendra vaswani
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Arvixe is a very well known web hosting company which was founded in the year 2003 in San Luis. Since then Arvixe has been hosting many personal, small and business websites. Arvixe has been featured in many magazines and it has been also awarded as the fastest growing web hosting company in the world! Best Read More » The post Arvixe Hosting Coupon Codes June 2015: Flat 80% Discount appeared first on - Bloggers Ideas.
  • Interview with Mike Navarini, owner of Premium Domain Branding Agency Namerific.com

    Jitendra vaswani
    25 Jun 2015 | 11:19 am
    As a part of our BloggersIdeas interview series, today we have experienced, multimillionaire domain name seller dashing Mike Navarini who is making his living  out of his kick-ass domain business Namerific.com where they sell “.com” business names to entrepreneurs who need to brand their ideas with a premium domain and logo design. Mike will share Read More » The post Interview with Mike Navarini, owner of Premium Domain Branding Agency Namerific.com appeared first on - Bloggers Ideas.
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    E2M Blog

  • In Conversation With David Berkowitz, CMO at agency MRY

    Jaykishan Panchal
    3 Jun 2015 | 12:50 am
    Hey everyone! I’m here again with our new guest for the interview series. About David Berkowitz: David Berkowitz is Chief Marketing Officer at agency MRY, where he spearheads marketing operations, directs the agency’s communication strategy, and gains visibility for its clients such as Visa, Johnson & Johnson, and Adobe. Since joining in 2013, he has launched pilot programs such as Mobile Week and the world’s first Vineathon, and MRY has been named Mashable’s Digital Innovator of the Year and MediaPost’s Social Agency of the Year. Previously, he spent seven years…
  • Does a Master’s Degree Offer Lasting Value for Marketers?

    Mike Cushing
    28 Apr 2015 | 4:48 am
    There has been plenty of discussion recently about “full-stack,” or T-shaped employees: generalists who can do a little bit of everything. For digital marketers, that means you should be able to write compelling copy, devise creative strategies, code a landing page and design an email template. As nice as that sounds, the realities of the workplace often make that difficult to achieve. Professionals naturally develop core competencies in which they excel. While we may have strengths in other areas, projects and team dynamics often force us to focus on a particular skill while our…
  • In Conversation With Pierre Lechelle, Entrepreneur and SAAS Marketer

    Jaykishan Panchal
    9 Apr 2015 | 5:26 am
    Hey everyone! I’m here again with our new guest for the interview series. About Pierre Lechelle: Pierre Lechelle is an entrepreneur, a consultant and an SaaS marketing expert.  He’s been an  entrepreneur since  over 6 years and loves to share his passion with others via his personal blog. In his daily life,  he helps companies design and implement successful innovative marketing strategies. His main goal is to help achieveorganic growth, resulting in bigger exponential growth. You can follow him on Twitter @pierrelechelle. Here we go… Q) Tell us about your journey as an…
  • The Ideal Content Marketing Mix for the Evolving Social Landscape

    Ian St. Clair
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:06 am
    Larry Kim tried to warn you. The founder and CTO of WordStream said on Inc. that Google+ will die. Kim also repeated on his own blog that the rumors are true. He said Google is breaking its Streams and Photos into standalone products, and Bradley Horowitz will manage them when he made the announcement on, fittingly, Google+. Is It True? Kim said while Horowitz didn’t mention Google+ by name in his post, the writing is on the wall. Kim said these two products make up much of the Google+ network user experience, and their separation spells the end of Google’s foray into social (at least on…
  • What Does Google’s Mobile Update Have in Store for Site Owners?

    Rohan Ayyar
    23 Mar 2015 | 3:54 am
    It’s been almost a month since Google announced their efforts to promote mobile-friendly content (be it websites or apps) in their search results. Since then, speculation has been rife on how it will work, which sites it will affect, how to prepare your site/app and ride the update when it arrives, and what will happen to the poor sods who don’t fall in line. Why is a Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Update Needed? Mobile internet traffic and usage, mobile search, mobile search spend, and mobile ecommerce transactions have all eclipsed their desktop counterparts, if not yet in the US (Google’s…
 
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    AutoRevo Blog

  • Optimize Your Inventory for Aggregator Sites

    Steve Shackelford
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:02 pm
    How to Optimize Your Inventory for Aggregator Sites Are you doing everything you can to make your inventory stand out on aggregator sites? If you want to learn how to optimize your inventory to get more leads for your vehicles, watch this short video. We’ll run through a couple things you can do to make sure your inventory looks great on aggregator sites. Video Transcript: Your leads from aggregator sites are down and you’re frustrated. I’ve seen it on traffic reports countless times. If your spend and inventory are staying even with the competition, but your leads are…
  • Get More Mobile Conversions with Simple Contact Forms

    Steve Shackelford
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:06 pm
    Get More Conversions with Simple Contact Forms Mobile users and desktop users have different behavior, so your site needs to adapt the experience to each device – especially on a responsive site. We see car dealers frame in their insanely long financing form on a responsive site and it just ends up looking terrible on mobile; it also negatively impacts mobile financing conversions. Check out this video to see how you can get more mobile conversions with simple contact form on your financing page. Video Transcript: Mobile users and desktop users are looking for different things, so why…
  • How to Earn Local Links for Car Dealers

    Steve Shackelford
    14 Jun 2015 | 12:43 pm
    Want to increase your dealership’s online presence, but think link building is too scary or complicated? You might reconsider after you learn a few things you can do offline to earn local links. Building local links for car dealerships requires a different mindset than most other businesses, but that’s a good thing. Car dealers have a unique knowledge set that can be useful to multiple link sources. Also, many car dealers are already involved with local groups, sporting events, car meetups, etc… I’ve outlined a few basic link building tactics that any local business owner can use to…
  • Switching Website Providers? Set Up 301 Redirects

    Steve Shackelford
    2 Jun 2015 | 8:53 am
    Set Up 301 Redirects When Switching Providers [VIDEO] Ever since the first dealerships got online, there’s been a huge question around showing sold inventory on a dealership website. Many dealers still believe it’s a good idea and that it will result in more leads and sell more cars. This week’s Tuesday Tip Video Clip explains why displaying sold inventory is a very bad idea, both for SEO and for user experience. Watch and learn about the latest best practices for dealership inventory online. At AutoRevo, we always set up 301 redirects for the pages that need them. If…
  • Should You Show Sold Vehicles On Your Site?

    Greg Gifford
    26 May 2015 | 2:33 pm
    Should You Show Sold Inventory On Your Site? [VIDEO] Ever since dealers have been on the Internet, there’s been a debate about showing sold inventory on a dealership website. The proponents swear that showing sold inventory brings in more leads, but there’s never any proof of that point. This week’s video walks through the issue and points out all the proven reasons why showing your sold inventory is very bad for your dealership. VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Hey, and welcome to another Tuesday Tip Video Clip. I’m gonna go ahead and pass this on over to Steve, one of the senior guys on…
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    Launch Digital Marketing

  • Does Your Business Need a Mobile App?

    Charlie Ford
    12 Jun 2015 | 12:16 pm
    I recently sat down with a friend for some dinner and drinks at a new restaurant. I’m interested in learning more about whiskey so I picked up their menu, and on it I was encouraged to download this restaurant’s app for more information on the menu items. An app? For a restaurant I’ve never been to?I don’t think so.Instead of downloading the app, what I did was go to the website, figuring the same information would be available on my phone. My phone is modern enough—it came out last year—so it should be able to handle just about anything thrown at it. All I saw…
  • Payality Paperless Payroll Launches New Interactive Website

    Launch Digital Marketing
    22 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Working with Chicago’s Launch Digital Marketing, Payality streamlined their web presence to better serve current and future clients.Payality just launched their new website, giving current clients access to tools for managing their paperless payroll and providing future clients with the many benefits of going paperless.When businesses switch over to Payality, they do more than just cut down on their paperwork. Payality reduces the bottom line, offers payroll solutions and calculators, and handles taxes, human resources, and workers compensation issues. In addition to payroll services,…
  • Seeing Adult Sites in Your Google Analytics Referral Traffic? What you Need to Know, and How to Stop It!

    Jennifer Strilko
    15 May 2015 | 5:06 pm
    In the last few weeks, we have seen an influx of bot referral traffic in Google Analytics from adult web sites. This is off putting, and confusing to our clients. The good news is, these porn, or adult sites, aren’t actually visiting or affecting our websites. The bad news is though, they are skewing the data, and naturally we just don’t want to see these sites in our GA accounts.Finding this Traffic in Google AnalyticsYou may have noticed adult sites in your referral traffic. The more popular sites showing up right now…
  • Google Introduces Dealership Listing Ads – the First-Ever Mobile Ad Format for Auto Dealers!

    Cara Garvey
    15 May 2015 | 12:01 am
    I think (actually, I know) I speak for the whole paid search team here at Launch when I say that I am VERY excited to share this news:All of our clients’ AdWords accounts are equipped with Google’s first ever dealership-specific ad type: Dealership Listing Ads! Launch Digital Marketing was among a select group of advertisers chosen to implement and beta test this product ahead of its official announcement on May 5th at Google’s annual AdWords Livestream. As a Launch Digital Marketing paid search client, you can count yourself among the first dealerships in the country to utilize this…
  • Adoption Connections Helps Build Families with New Website

    Launch Digital Marketing
    12 May 2015 | 8:19 am
    Adoption Connections upgraded their web presence with the help of Chicago’s Launch Digital Marketing to connect more families together.Adoption Connections has been helping families adopt for years, and in order to broaden their reach and help build more families in and around Indiana, they went to Launch Digital Marketing of Chicago to streamline their web presence and bring their services to a wider area.As a full-service adoption agency, Adoption Connections handles a wide range of services for both placing parents and adoptive parents, including emotional support and education and…
 
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    Inbound Marketing Agency

  • 6 Questions Your SMB Website Should Answer (Guest Post)

    Fannit.com
    8 Jun 2015 | 3:23 am
    If you’re creating or managing a website for your small or medium-sized business, you’ve likely got a great deal of information and enthusiasm to convey. However, if your website doesn’t answer these six questions immediately, you’re probably losing business. All of this information should be visible or accessible as soon as a searcher lands on your site. About Mobile Users If you’re a brick-and-mortar operation, mobile usability is particularly important. If you’re a pizza parlor, you want to make sure to have information clearly and immediately available to the hungry adventurer…
  • 7 Key Performance Indicators You Should Be Tracking

    Fannit.com
    29 May 2015 | 1:35 pm
    Well developed and tailored marketing strategies can help your business reach more people, get more customers, and generate more revenue. But the process of creating the right marketing strategy for your business takes time and analysis. By looking at Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs, that result from your marketing efforts, you can determine what elements of your strategy are successfully attracting clientele — and which parts of your strategy need to change. Here are our top 7 Key Performance Indicators you should be tracking. 1. Sales Revenue The first KPI to evaluate is a general…
  • 3 Good Reasons to Leave Automated SEO Software Alone

    Fannit.com
    20 May 2015 | 2:45 pm
    Working to optimize your website, service pages, blogs, and products can be a tedious and time consuming process. After all that time and effort, it’s no wonder that people start to look for SEO programs and softwares that will do it for them. Many SEO softwares claim to have successfully automated the SEO process to create dense content and backlinks for businesses in an efficient and resourceful manner. But are these resources really all they’re made out to be? And are they really worth your time? Defining Good SEO Before we can start discussing whether or not automated SEO is a good…
  • The Sales & Marketing Handshake: An Introduction To Closing More Leads Together

    Fannit.com
    13 May 2015 | 1:02 pm
    The world of sales has changed immensely. Not long ago, salespeople were the ones telling customers what they needed and why. The key difference between sales then and now is the expansion of information – and our access to it. Information is no longer controlled by the vendor and sales people. Instead, the customer now has access to a nearly inexhaustible amount of information that can help them answer product or sales questions even before starting the buying process with a specific company or person. Because of this, sales, as we know it, must now approach their audience in a…
  • Office Psychology Among Startups: How to Foster the Right Culture for Success [Guest Post]

    Fannit.com
    5 May 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Psychology in the workplace is inevitable since by definition, it involves working with people’s intellect, emotions and behaviors. In an article posted at Harvard Business Review, the author states that all organizations are political to some degree, and always will be, for underlying psychological reasons. Where startups are concerned, psychology in the workplace can be vital for success. For example, if a single employee feels, for whatever reason, that the new enterprise is destined for failure, this opinion can threaten the overall success of the endeavor for a number of reasons. This…
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  • Does Google Favor Big Brands in SERP?

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:28 pm
    Does Google Favor Big Brands in SERP?There is a common grouse among small brands online. The pet peeve is that they feel that Google and its army of algorithms favor big brands over smaller brand names. After all, is not internet supposed to be the great leveler? Should it not bring all brands, big and small, on the same pedestal and then encourage them to compete? As far as I can remember, the foundation of SEO is based on the principle that it gives low-cost online visibility to lesser-known brands. If I find that Google is favoring big brands, who have the deep pockets to carry out not…
  • The World of SEO

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:54 am
    The World of SEOIn this digital world, the concept of Search Engine Optimization is one of the most sought after aspect to optimize the brand value of your business. In fact, SEO is an immensely viral buzzword that’s all around the web these days. So what is this mysterious SEO?It refers to how well your site ranks on search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing etc. When you search for a certain term or phrase, search engines use complex processes to list all the pages that might be of interest to the user; of course, the higher the site ranks in the search, the better would be your chance to…
  • The Big Content Hurdle: Bridging the Generation Gap

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    9 Jun 2015 | 9:35 am
    The Big Content Hurdle: Bridging the Generation GapThe internet is for everyone. Or so it seems! The content that you publish for your brand targets consumer groups. But this kind of targeting  happens deeper down in the marketing funnel. It is for people who are looking to buy products or services that you sell. For the general online user at large, you have to develop content that appeals to every one of them. It is not easy for a variety of reasons. The most pertinent of them is the generation gap between online users. The aged, the middle-aged and the youngster, all of them are online.
  • Easy Guidelines for Shareable Content Research

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    6 Jun 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Easy Guidelines for Shareable Content ResearchThe entire digital marketing world is sold on shareable content. It is a term loosely used to address content that is shared generously by online users on their private social networking profiles. As a result of their endorsement and patronage, your content is able to reach out to new readers. It is the nirvana of every web writer and the dream of internet marketers to hit that sweet spot of content sharing. However, it is easier said than done. The reason is that there is no formula that will tell on what to do to dish out shareable content every…
  • Need New SEO Model to Keep Pace with Online Consumers

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    3 Jun 2015 | 11:17 am
    Need New SEO Model to Keep Pace with Online ConsumersWhat was the need for SEO in the first place? Make the products and services, including information, easily accessible and available to online consumers. That was the start of the game. Over time, the game has branched out many verticals and factors, making the traditional rules of the game obsolete in the process. SEO can no longer be limited to search engine ranks and keywords. For example, even when your product is listed at the very top of the SERP heap, the consumer does not hit ‘Buy’.The consumer looks at options. If the product…
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    Positionly Blog

  • 6 Current Google Ranking Factors You Should Keep Up With

    Kasia Perzyńska
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Remember our blog post written by Paweł Grabowski almost a year ago? He extracted 30 most important Google ranking factors for 2014. However, the methods of calculating the algorithm continue to evolve. In order to keep up with the most important SEO trends, I wanted to take a quick look at what has changed in recent months and what we can expect in the future of SEO. 1. Link Building is no longer as essential for SEO as it used to be What is the real state of link building for SEO? It seems that this SEO core element is no longer as highly recommended as it used to be in the past. This is…
  • Spread Happiness with the Positionly Refer-a-Friend Program

    Julia Magdzińska
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:35 am
    Hey Positionly users! Are you prepared for some good news? We’re happy to announce the launch of our brand new Refer-a-Friend program. Curious what it is? It basically means you can lower your monthly payment – even down to zero! Sounds good, huh? Ok, but Why a Referral? Many of you have been with us for a long time happily monitoring your SEO performance. We always want to express how much it means to us, so we’re continuously looking for new ways of saying ‘thank you for being with us’. Some time ago, we launched Affiliate System and more recently the Badge Program. It turned…
  • 13 Things Why Website Usability is Important for SEO

    Sezgin Hergül
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:33 am
    When we are browsing websites on the Internet, we are witnesses to a modern Romeo and Juliet story, where the two star-crossed lovers of SEO and Usability testing are expected to be enemies, when in truth they share the same, even if misunderstood goals. The SEO family wants to flood Webrona (pun intended) with keywords, alt titles, tags, and such to reach a higher position in the search ranking, whereas the Usability testing clan shouts “This shan’t stand!”, as they believe bloating websites leads to worse user experience – a belief they will to give their life for. This drama must…
  • Attention All Canadians, Australians and Austrians! Regional Tracking is now available.

    Anne Krieger
    27 May 2015 | 4:35 am
    We have some exciting news! Positionly just got even better. We now offer regionalized tracking within major states, territories and cities in Canada, Australia, and Austria. Positionly still does the same great daily keyword rankings. Now you can see how your keywords rank in different regions all over each one of those countries every single day! We allow up to four individual search engines per website. This means you can track on state, city and country level all at the same time. This new feature is great because depending on the keyword, you can rank differently in different regions.
  • Universal Social Media Lessons from the Travel Niche

    Rohan Ayyar
    13 Apr 2015 | 3:08 am
    A travel company has a lot going for it when it comes to content. The world, quite literally, is their oyster. From writing about faraway lands to sharing recipes of exotic foods, there’s so much variety in what you can post on social media that your target audience will love and connect back with your brand. But can you replicate the same diversity for the niche that you work on? Read on to find out. Tickle the Visual Senses to Drive Engagement Travel brands have a free rein gives to experiment with various types of content on their social media pages. They have access to just about every…
 
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  • Gmail Review Technique: Use Gmail to get Google Local Listing Reviews

    Salman Aslam
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    The One Thing You’re Missing to Get More Local Listing Reviews Every small business relies on word of mouth to grow. You want people to know about you, to trust you, and to think of you when they need something. Sure, having great customer service and a convenient location is one thing, but it’s really the reputation your business has that seals the deal. According to BrightLocal: 88% of local consumers read reviews to determine the quality of a local business 72% say that positive reviews make them trust a local business more 88% trust online reviews as much as personal…
  • Top 11 Best Ergonomic Office Chairs 2015

    Salman Aslam
    26 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    If there is any one factor that you can change to make spending eight hours a day in an office easier, it’s your chair. There is no shortage of evidence proving that being stuck in a chair for too long can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and worsen back pain. In fact, sitting too much is even called worse than smoking. Many people who have office jobs develop problems like numbness, spinal misalignment, joint pain, neck pain, and herniated discs — usually from sitting too long on a poor quality chair without support. While you probably do not want to spend a lot of…
  • How to Get Listed on Google Maps (Google My Business)

    Salman Aslam
    25 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    For any local business, the biggest challenge is getting found. Word of mouth may drive business but it’s being found in local search that really makes a big difference. The best way to do just that is to get listed on Google Maps aka Google My Business, which is Google’s own dashboard for managing a local business’s information on Google properties, such as maps and Google+. If you’ve taken notice of local search results and the appearance of business listings in with local search, you’ve already seen Google My Business in action. Simply put, Google is invested in helping small…
  • 5 High Quality Link Building Strategies for 2015 that Works

    Salman Aslam
    8 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Link building is important, right? But it is also hard at the same time. There is a lot of advice available on the internet which is making people confuse about what strategy to follow. We’ve seen a lot of businesses opting for the easy and lazy way to build links by simply buying it to get quick results with no hard word. However, it comes with a price. A recent survey by Moz reveals that about 37% of business owners spend between $10,000 and $50,000 per month on link building. If you’re making that kind of investment, you need to have accurate information on how to build links that…
  • Siteground vs HostGator – Why we are sticking with it?

    Salman Aslam
    27 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    While many businesses may not give a lot of importance to this, choosing the right web host for your marketing endeavors is crucial if you want any success online. Choosing the wrong web host can have serious consequences for your business, some of which include: A loss of revenue due to the time your website goes offline due to a weak web host. Your customers will no longer be able to reach your website and, if you are an online store of some sorts, you will lose business and sales. A negative SEO ranking will befall your website if it goes down repeatedly. Your goal should be to rank…
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    Healthcare & Medical Internet Marketing

  • How to Get Your Pain Clinic Busy by Marketing Online

    admin2
    13 Jun 2015 | 8:06 pm
    Owning a pain management clinic or managing one involves wearing several different hats. It’s obviously important to properly handle your contracts and credentialing, malpractice, risk management and patient flow well. However, without a steady stream of incoming patients the full potential of the practice will never be realized! The cost of radio and television advertising is ridiculously expensive these days. The effectiveness of print advertising continues to decrease, while the effectiveness of online marketing continues to rise. With a little bit of concerted effort, you can place…
  • Performing Pain Management Internet Marketing Properly

    admin2
    12 Jun 2015 | 8:05 pm
    Each year that goes by, the world of pain management become more competitive for patient acquisition. The reason is there is a large potential supply of patients as a third of the country deals with chronic pain of some sort, and the medical specialty can be lucrative. The world of pain management is one where practices can still make decent margins and thrive if managed properly. With radio and television advertising costing way too much, and referrals from practices stagnating, the Internet is by far the most cost effective patient acquisition method going. Here are five top ways to…
  • The Best Way to Promote your Pain Management Practice Online

    admin2
    28 Apr 2015 | 10:35 pm
    With a third of the country experiencing acute or chronic pain, there is a huge market for pain management services. For anyone that runs a pain management practice or has a division of pain management, this is very well known. What that means is typically there is a lot of competition to obtain these patients. I frequently get asked, what is the best way to market for new pain management patients? The answer is with inbound marketing online. US Lead Network specializes in creating inbound leads for prospective pain management patients. We do this through several mechanisms, most commonly,…
  • The Importance Of Healthcare Marketing For Cosmetic Dentistry Practices

    US Lead Network
    28 Nov 2014 | 4:09 am
    Cosmetic dentistry is an area of healthcare that draws patients who want to improve the aesthetics of their smile. The cosmetic dentist performs a variety of procedures that straighten teeth, repair cracks and breaks, replace missing teeth or whiten them for a more brilliant smile. Most of the procedures that are performed in this industry are not deemed medically necessary and are not covered by dental or medical insurance. For this reason, cosmetic dentists often rely on effective healthcare marketing to get their share of the patients interested in this area of treatment and to build…
  • How Informative Content Can Sell Your Medical Practice

    US Lead Network
    28 Nov 2014 | 4:07 am
    Any medical or dental practice today needs an online presence to help their practice grow. Medical website marketing is an essential part of any medical provider’s access to new patients and for keeping patients loyal to their practice. Effective medical website marketing is not just about the methods you use to deliver content, but the information that you choose to share with your visitors. Quality content that potential patients will consider valuable is that which lets them learn about conditions they may have and the treatments available for them. Many people use the internet as a…
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    Monitor Backlinks Blog

  • How to Write with SEO in Mind in 2015

    Felix Tarcomnicu
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:44 pm
    By now all good online writers know that the days of writing for the bots, or writing for SEO purposes only, are over. In 2015 anything you write online needs to be published in order to help readers, so it has to be completely relevant to the audience and high quality. If you’re a good ... The post How to Write with SEO in Mind in 2015 appeared first on Monitor Backlinks Blog. Related posts: How I Recovered From A Google Panda Penalty – Case Study Recovering from a Google Panda penalty is challenging, but not...
  • It’s Time To Stop Writing Nonsense List Form Articles

    Felix Tarcomnicu
    21 Jun 2015 | 3:30 am
    Just like an invader, list form and Buzzfeed type of articles have taken over the internet. Everywhere you look, you’ll find these silly posts with ridiculous titles. Some might think that bloggers and readers love them, right? NO! It’s time to stop the madness.     You just can’t build a quality and unique website ... The post It’s Time To Stop Writing Nonsense List Form Articles appeared first on Monitor Backlinks Blog. Related posts: Google shows icons in titles and increases your CTR Are you struggling to make your titles more appealing and... How I Recovered From A…
  • Google shows icons in titles and increases your CTR

    Felix Tarcomnicu
    19 Jun 2015 | 4:37 am
    Are you struggling to make your titles more appealing and sexy for the search engines? Would you like to increase your organic CTR in less than 2 minutes? Great, then this article is for you. I will show you how to make your website stand out in the search results. Let’s start with a quick ... The post Google shows icons in titles and increases your CTR appeared first on Monitor Backlinks Blog. Related posts: How I Recovered From A Google Panda Penalty – Case Study Recovering from a Google Panda penalty is challenging, but not... 34 Search Engine Optimization Tips – Techniques…
  • Keep Track Of Your Backlinks And Link Removal Campaigns

    Felix Tarcomnicu
    17 Jun 2015 | 3:31 am
    Building backlinks requires a lot of efforts, hence why you have to make sure they will last. For best SEO results, your best backlinks have to stay alive for as much as possible. Losing links is not a viable option if you care about SEO. When backlinks are removed or changed, Google might consider them ... The post Keep Track Of Your Backlinks And Link Removal Campaigns appeared first on Monitor Backlinks Blog. Related posts: Link Building Best Practices And Strategies – How To Get High-Quality Backlinks Link building best practices are often changing, and it’s crucial... Backlinks…
  • 15 Ethical Ways to Do Black Hat SEO Techniques

    Joshua Uebergang
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:59 am
    Black hat SEO needs to be a part of your digital marketing. It is the ugly duckling that gets shunned for it’s colour – don’t be quick to judge. Mother duck Google can love you if you understand the spectrum of black hat SEO techniques. I will reveal 15 SEO techniques used in the black ... The post 15 Ethical Ways to Do Black Hat SEO Techniques appeared first on Monitor Backlinks Blog. Related posts: How to recover from a Google penalty – Penguin, Panda and manual actions According to Google, more than 400.000 manual web spam actions... How I Recovered From A Google Panda…
 
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  • How to Set Up A B Testing in Google Analytics

    RankYa
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:57 pm
    Setting up A B testing using Google Analytics should be considered for any and all websites who want to improve their conversions. Because Google Analytics not only provides a quick and easy to use tool for you to test your new ideas, you can even run tests according to what your online competitors are doing. This … Continue Reading How to Set Up A B Testing in Google Analytics The post How to Set Up A B Testing in Google Analytics appeared first on SEO and Online Marketing Blog.
  • Ultimate Robots.txt Directives for WordPress CMS

    RankYa
    7 May 2015 | 7:25 am
    Here’s the ultimate directives to send to typical WordPress installation. Briefly: due to copyright issues that Google faces on internet, it takes advantage of robots.txt file directives. Telling site owners that “if they wish, they can use this file to block Googlebot” so thus the responsibility is yours as the website owner to make sure … Continue Reading Ultimate Robots.txt Directives for WordPress CMS The post Ultimate Robots.txt Directives for WordPress CMS appeared first on SEO and Online Marketing Blog.
  • How to Manually Add Structured Data to WordPress

    RankYa
    7 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    How to add Structured Data to WordPress video tutorial shows you ways for adding core schema elements for a typical WordPress installation. As you know that in 2015 Google (and some other search engines) support schema.org vocabulary for structured data. You may have heard the misconception about this very important optimization technique, as some suggest that schema.org … Continue Reading How to Manually Add Structured Data to WordPress The post How to Manually Add Structured Data to WordPress appeared first on SEO and Online Marketing Blog.
  • Update on Related Search Option Tool

    RankYa
    15 Mar 2015 | 11:56 pm
    Just as I was conducting keyword research and came to a point of running Google related search option, vuola, it’s gone. Now whether you ran Google Adwords, or conducted any type of keyword research. You now should realize the importance and handiness of that great quick keyword expander. Because all that is known about SEO … Continue Reading Update on Related Search Option Tool The post Update on Related Search Option Tool appeared first on SEO and Online Marketing Blog.
  • Mastering Google SEO 2014

    RankYa
    15 Mar 2015 | 11:50 pm
    Learning the most important skill on internet is quite easy when you understand Google search engine optimization from an expert who has been there and done that. If you truly want to see greatest results from your website, you need to stop thinking about SEO in a manner that it changes each year, or even … Continue Reading Mastering Google SEO 2014 The post Mastering Google SEO 2014 appeared first on SEO and Online Marketing Blog.
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    Optimind Technology Solutions

  • Designing with Ease 101: Client Collaboration

    Johanna Abegail Vargas
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:16 am
    Over the years, web design has been making huge leaps in development. What used to be stepping stones in techniques and ideas have now become novel ingenuities. Owing to the increasing demand, several web design companies have sprung up to meet the requests of their various clients. Locally, the Philippines is not to be outdone and several companies have since been established. Web design Philippines is certainly doing its share to keep up with the exigencies of being a top web design company. But of course, every profession has its own share of challenges as well and being a web designer has…
  • Tips on How to Overcome Deadline Stress

    Johanna Abegail Vargas
    21 Jun 2015 | 6:33 pm
      Deadlines are not exactly everyone’s favorite thing in the world. In fact, it would probably rank as one of the worst. But whether we may be in school trying to finish the last minute details of a project, or at work, tuning out the finer points of an important report or simply at home preparing a meal before the family comes home from work or from school, meeting deadlines is rather commonplace. Whatever the nature of your work, whether you may be in marketing, sales, or human resource, stress is inevitable. But this is even more evident for people engaged in people who are into web…
  • Why Fonts Matter In a Website

    Debb
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:02 am
    We’ve all heard the proverbial Internet faux pas when one uses the ever-infamous Comic Sans Font in one’s webpage and more often than not, the usage of such font is met with either thinly veiled amusement or downright rejection in some. Either way, this seems to tell us one thing: Fonts do matter. How did Facebook’s “F” become such a prominent logo? How did Tumblr’s “T” become such a symbolic icon? Easy, they chose their fonts wisely. In today’s time and age where there is never a shortage of fonts, using Comic Sans as a primary font online is akin to having a webpage death…
  • SEO 101: Top Technical Issues and How to Fix Them

    Debb
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    In a time wherein online technology improves day to day, search engine optimization progressively gets better as well. But with this much evolution, it is only inevitable to come across several kinks and technical issues. In fact, if not all, most SEO companies who offer link building services may have encountered these technical problems at some point. Staying on top of the search engine optimization game means producing highly competitive and excellent content but this would not be of much use if your site has technical and structural issues and problems. Your site can yield the best…
  • Watch Out: Mobilegeddon Is Coming

    Debb
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:48 am
    Come April 21, Google will start using a website’s mobile friendliness as a ranking signal in search results. Coined as ‘Mobilegeddon’ or ‘Mobileapocalypse’, the search engine magnate dialed up its pressure button for businesses that want to stay on top the game. When you have a mobile-friendly site, it will get a boost, while sites with usability issues on mobile devices, will get a significant drop in rankings, thus the need to update. Since Google’s announcement, there have been observations in an increase in demand for mobile-related design and development skills to help…
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  • How to add CommentLuv plugin for blogger blogs?

    Satish Kumar Ithamsetty
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:53 am
    CommentLuv is one of the excellent plugin for wordpress users, which gives excellent linkback activity for every commenter in your blog. Blogger default commenting system is actually secure, but... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Top 10 Free WordPress SEO Plugins for Your Blog

    Satish Kumar Ithamsetty
    29 May 2015 | 6:59 pm
    To all who have an online project we are concerned attract visitors and one of the best places to find these visits is Google. This is not an easy task as we have to adapt our website or blog to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to Install and Configure WordPress SEO by Yoast Plugin

    Satish Kumar Ithamsetty
    28 May 2015 | 7:29 pm
    WordPress blog’s elite developer “Joost De Valk” created a Plugin and created history a few years back. The plugin had all the options related to SEO. It is not like “All-in-One SEO”, which have ... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • What is Affiliate Marketing and how it works for bloggers?

    Satish Kumar Ithamsetty
    24 May 2015 | 6:37 pm
    What is Affiliate Marketing? For those who never ye heard of Affiliate Marketing, Affiliate links or Affiliate Program is simply an agreement between you and a company that sells goods or services on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Top Free eCommerce WordPress plugins

    Satish Kumar Ithamsetty
    24 May 2015 | 5:03 am
    Online Shopping is a new revolution in present web 2 technology. Every product is available in online. They are delivering within days. If you are interested to creating online shopping site by using... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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  • Using The Local Internet Marketing Field

    John
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:40 am
    Businesses that are running on a tight budget can make use of a simple, yet effective marketing technique to boost their sales. The name of the technique is Local Internet marketing and it is one of the most popular marketing techniques that is used on the web right now. It is also a fact that many business owners are not aware of the latest marketing techniques, which is the main reason for their limited source of income. It is imperative to keep yourself updated on the marketing front, as it is going to gain you an enormous amount of money. Tools like mapping software and get-targeting are…
  • Tips On Choosing The Best Los Angeles SEO Services

    John
    21 Jun 2015 | 2:33 am
    For any businessman, the one and only way to grow his business on the internet is by making its presence felt. As there are so many businesses available on the internet, it becomes important to stand out from the rest of the pack in order to get a huge amount of traffic. This traffic will then, turn into the customers, thus increasing your revenues. Having a website doesn’t guarantee success, as there are millions of websites already present, so you have to pay attention towards Search Engine Optimization in order to surge your daily profits and the overall return on investment (ROI).
  • Boost Your Rankings With Small Business SEO Services

    John
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:29 am
    Starting a business online doesn’t guarantee any success, so there is nothing to cheer about. It is just a beginning and if you want to make it count, then you have to hire a company who provides efficient and effective SEO services. You have started a small business, so it won’t be much of a problem for you to get the rankings for your website on the major search engines. Small Business SEO services are extremely important to increase online presence. Moreover, it will also help in the expansion process, so there are only benefits of using SEO services. SEO services can make a huge…
  • Effective Techniques To Use For Blog Posting

    John
    11 Jun 2015 | 2:22 am
    In the virtual world of the Internet, Content is king because people prefer contextual information than any other source, which subsequently opens the door for the creative writers or bloggers. People who have a knack of writing can start up their own blog and earn money. There is nothing better than getting money from a job that you like the most. Blogging is one such field, where one can reap high rewards for informative and enticing content. There are a few points to keep in mind before blog posting. A popular blog will have one thing in common, which is a consistent stream of fresh and…
  • Organic SEO Marketing Is A Competent Yet Cost-Effective Search Engine Marketing Solution

    John
    6 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    In order to run a company in the 21st century, you might need to do efficient planning from the Information Technology standpoint. The most important thing you need to have is a strong web presence. Secondly, you have to design your website in accordance with the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) program, to increase the visibility of the same in the search engine results. Considering the elements mentioned above will ensure a strong customer base for a long period of time, there is a wide range of SEO techniques available to us today. However, I would suggest that you should opt for organic…
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    Riverbed Marketing

  • 8 Reasons Why Conversion Tracking For PPC Matters

    Samantha Gunson
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:55 am
    So the question remains; Why does PPC conversion tracking matter to you & your business? Well, for starters, only knowing how many clicks you’re getting doesn’t tell you how many are resulting in sales. Wait! If you’re thinking, I track my sales! Good! But, think again and answer me this – be specific: how many of those sales were acquired through AdWords paid traffic? You don’t know? That is why you need conversion tracking, in a nutshell. You also might be thinking of settling on surveying customers as to how they heard about you. Surely, then you’d be able to at least…
  • 10 Ways To Evaluate Your SEO Company

    Todd Mumford
    8 Jun 2015 | 6:47 am
    It’s easy to assume that once you outsource your search engine optimization (SEO) to a company specializing in it, you’re going to see a surge in website traffic and inbound leads. It would be great if you get those, but the fact is that good SEO takes both time and regular monitoring, and you need to evaluate the deliverables from your SEO provider against more scientific benchmarks than just an upward spike (or two!). Here are our top 10 methods of evaluating your SEO company logically and objectively, which you can start to apply even before you begin to see an increase in your bottom…
  • How The Wrong Keyword Strategy Can Destroy Lead Conversion

    Todd Mumford
    2 Jun 2015 | 4:46 pm
    Your keyword strategy is a cornerstone of your inbound marketing program. It helps you to coordinate your online content across your website and social media profiles, ties in your search engine marketing with your organic search results and gets you found among customers who are looking for your product and service. That’s IF you get it right. If you get the strategy wrong, however, it can actually do the opposite—destroy your lead conversion efforts completely! When is a Keyword Strategy Wrong? Your keyword strategy is unlikely to deliver the results you want if any of these criteria…
  • 13 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Online Marketing

    Todd Mumford
    29 May 2015 | 2:30 pm
    It’s a new day, and there’s a new way to market your products and services. Gone are the old methods of “interruption marketing,” which used mass media to push out your message to a huge audience who, more than likely, just tuned it out. Online marketing has brought the ability to reach customers right to the door of every company, and there are multiple reasons why you should invest in online marketing & join the digital bandwagon: It’s Where the Customers Are As of June 2014, 87.7% of adults in the U.S. and Canada are online, according to Internet World Stats. What’s more,…
  • Are You Measuring Your Marketing Efforts Effectively?

    Todd Mumford
    27 May 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Measuring your marketing efforts effectively takes more than simply getting monthly reports on your website’s performance. A recent survey by ITSMA found that marketers generally aren’t measuring the things top executives care about, with the result that the C-Suite typically doesn’t use marketing data to inform business decisions. You can change that today, by implementing approaches that will help you to measure marketing outcomes effectively and develop intelligence that supports your business strategy. Create Clear Objectives The old saying “how long is a piece of string?”…
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    The Web Hosting Bay

  • Web 2.0 Sites list 2015 to get Alexa Backlink With High PR

    HostBay
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:13 am
    It’s well known that Web 2.0 sites can boost our rank in SERP . Here is a new Web 2.0 list of 2015 . Web 2.0 sites list is where... The post Web 2.0 Sites list 2015 to get Alexa Backlink With High PR appeared first on The Web Hosting Bay.
  • Don’t Get Fooled By Fake PR

    HostBay
    12 May 2015 | 2:31 pm
    Displaying fake PR is one of the worst SEO trick and you should be aware of it. Mostly when you are buying domains. Domains which display fake Page Rank are... The post Don’t Get Fooled By Fake PR appeared first on The Web Hosting Bay.
  • Dont Buy Backlinks 8 Ways To Get It Free

    HostBay
    12 May 2015 | 2:26 pm
    Backlinks are the blood of websites. High authority backlinks is the key factor to get success for lots of niche site as well as blogs simply we can say in... The post Dont Buy Backlinks 8 Ways To Get It Free appeared first on The Web Hosting Bay.
  • Does Viber collect personal information – Phone numbers?

    HostBay
    10 May 2015 | 4:58 am
    We receive an email from mr. Mario Dekatich (reader of TheHostBay.com ) who ask us Does Viber collect personal information?” To answer this question we contact the Viber Media Center asking... The post Does Viber collect personal information – Phone numbers? appeared first on The Web Hosting Bay.
  • Shared Hosting & Dedicated Servers

    HostBay
    10 May 2015 | 3:02 am
    Most hosts offer a wide range of packages, from simple shared hosting, to dedicated servers (where you basically are given a computer and told to get on with it). Dedicated servers, and... The post Shared Hosting & Dedicated Servers appeared first on The Web Hosting Bay.
 
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    Foster Web Marketing - Web Design, SEO, Video, Social Media & Inbound Marketing Solutions

  • The Proper Use of the Dash in Content Writing

    14 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    The dash is the chameleon of punctuation—extraordinarily versatile and quick to substitute for other typographical marks. “And yet it’s just a simple horizontal line,” people tell me. “I don’t need any instruction on how to use that.”I disagree. Using the dash isn’t quite as simple as writers believe, so a little instruction—or a refresher course, for those who still retain a smattering of seventh grade English lessons—will do us all a world of good.Yes, But WHICH Dash?We’re overstepping ourselves a little by talking about…
  • Creating an Effective Social Media Campaign

    6 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    As a business owner, you have probably noticed your employees looking at the telltale blue screen of Facebook dozens of times as you walk through the office. The average person will check his or her Facebook and Twitter accounts a whopping fourteen times per day—and while bosses nationwide may lose patience with the social media obsession, a true entrepreneur will use it to his advantage.Social Media: Use it Well, or Don’t Use it at AllIt takes only seconds to create a Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or LinkedIn account for your business. However, your accounts must be as active and…
  • What the Surge in Mobile Searches Means for Your Site

    5 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Smartphones have become the be-all and end-all of American connectivity. The fascination started out slowly with the ability to text and play games. However, with the evolution of mobile WiFi, voice search, and informative apps, the smart phone has quickly become the number one device that people (and potential clients) depend on to find information in times of need.In fact, according to Google insiders, “more [Google] searches take place on mobile devices than on computers in 10 countries—including the U.S. and Japan.” So, isn’t it time that your website evolved with…
  • Google Teams With Twitter to Improve Search Results

    2 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Marketing experts clamoring to be seen on Google search results, take note: Google and social media site Twitter have joined forces to bring up-to-the-minute Tweets to search results for U.S. users within the Google app and mobile web features. The companies plan to include Tweets in desktop searches soon, as well as expand outside the country.While Twitter may once have been a way for individuals to share their truncated, 140-character musings with one another, the social networking site has evolved to become a means for relevant news to spread quickly, including between businesses and…
  • Audience-Based Search Marketing Made Easy

    27 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Each month, you spend a healthy sum on web advertising. You see a positive return on investment, so you continue to push your web presence. You may update your advertisements or improve your site from time to time, but these decisions are often in reaction to what Google’s Search Analytics report tells you regarding performance. What would happen, however, if you could proactively target your audience with the right material at the right time?Google may already be one step ahead of you.Audience-Based Search Marketing: Getting Your Message to the Right People at the Right TimeWord around…
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    SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

  • Wikipedia Link Rot – A Secret Goldmine for Broken Link Building

    Razvan Gavrilas
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:05 am
    Wikipedia is not only one of the most reputable online encyclopedias, it can also be one of the most reputable link sources in terms of SEO. Caution is warranted though, because a very interesting paradox is at play here: the less Wikipedia is being used for SEO, the more credible and valuable it is as a link source. Furthermore, the more credible and valuable it is, the more appealing it becomes. But be aware: if you are now rushing to the crowd-sourced encyclopedia to insert your links in every article you can get your hands on, you will be hurting both Wikipedia and yourself. Why Can…
  • Improved Digital Marketing Dashboard and Better UX

    Razvan Gavrilas
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:22 am
    We, at cognitiveSEO, try to define ourselves through innovation and cutting edge technologies. Yet,besides this, what really defines us is our users: what they want and what we believe they’ll need for the future. This is why we’re constantly working on improving our tool, in tailoring it by our customer’s needs. After closely researching our users’ behavior, we’ve realized that we can make our SEO dashboard even more user-friendly and flexible by adding some features that will help anyone do their work more efficient and effective.   Every time we develop a…
  • Did Google Just Penalize Its Own $100M Investment? The Thumbtack Case Study + 6 Day Recovery Update

    Razvan Gavrilas
    10 Jun 2015 | 2:39 am
    Update: 15th June 2015 : Penalty Recovery in 6 Days - Thumbtack rankings seem to have recovered after only 6 days of penalty. You can skip the Penalty Analysis if you are interested in the Recovery Analysis only.   This is the very interesting penalty and surprisingly fast recovery story of Thumbtack, an online platform that allows service providers and consumers to find each other and negotiate jobs online. We don’t know if it has something to do with its swift rankings recovery or not, but incidentally, Thumbtack benefit of a massive $100 million investment led by Google…
  • Huge Backlink Audit Improvement and Why We Do It

    Razvan Gavrilas
    4 Jun 2015 | 2:38 am
    The world is changing and the virtual world is the vanguard. Businesses are getting more dynamic and increasingly diverse. We understand that and want to help you stay ahead of the trends, rather than constantly trying to catch up with them.   Whether you’re an independent professional, a small agency or a full-fledged brand, your ambitions come before your size. We believe one of the best things about the web is its ability to level the playing field and allow the Davids of the world to outshine the Goliaths based purely on skill and prowess.   Money still makes the world go…
  • An Example of Exceptional Content

    Lyndon Antcliff
    28 May 2015 | 2:34 am
    It’s no longer enough to produce good content, you must be producing exceptional content. Exceptional content will get you to the number one spot. In this article we look at a piece of content from Canva.com, a design blog and yet they rank no.1 from “taking long walks”. Content is not King, the focus should always be on the reader. Find out what excites the people you are publishing for and give them what excites them, which is a little different than giving them what they want, because they will always tell you they want something other than they actually chose to read.   The…
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    chatterbuzzmedia.com

  • 11 Facts You Must Know for Social Media Day [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Kristina Drake
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:54 pm
    How do social media users interact on the most popular platforms like Instagram or Twitter? It may depend on where you live. In honor of Social Media Day 2015, a global celebration on June 30, we’ve compiled facts on social media behavior in different countries. Now more than ever, our world connects to multiple social media platforms to discover new people, places and things. Here are a few facts: 3 of the 5 top global platforms are chat apps like WhatsApp and Line. There are 6 countries that block social media – Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, China, Vietnam & North Korea. 47% of…
  • #FeministFriday Roundup – Week 2

    Brianna Entler
    12 Jun 2015 | 1:10 pm
    Ah, friends. Women’s business enthusiasts. Feminists everywhere. Here’s another installment of #FeministFriday and some links from around the web! Sexy scientists prove to be a massive distraction in laboratories everywhere!   Nothing like a Nobel laureate wanting to bring segregation into the workplace! The oh-so-eloquent and extremely progressive biochemist, Tim Hunt, insulted female scientists (and women everywhere!) at a recent conference. “Let me tell you about my trouble with girls,” he says. (Yes, please tell us your troubles!) “Three things happen when they are…
  • Beacon Marketing: How It Works And Why It Will Be Effective

    Jesse Till
    9 Jun 2015 | 12:00 pm
    *Graphic by Moveable Online   Picture this: You’re walking in your favorite department store looking for that great deal. As you work your way to speak to one of the sales associates, your cellphone vibrates and a distinguishable ring sounds off. You immediately unlock your phone to see that you’ve received a notification from the brand you were looking for offering you a 20% discount on your next purchase. Your face lights up with excitement with that little voice in your heading saying, “how did they know I wanted that?” Has this ever happened to you before? With more and more…
  • #FeministFriday Roundup

    Brianna Entler
    5 Jun 2015 | 11:25 am
    We have a lot of new things happening over here at the Chatter Buzz office. From new hires to new clients and everything in between. But lately we’ve felt our blog was being neglected. Cue: brainstorming session after brainstorming session. We knew we wanted to give our readers exciting and useful content. We also wanted to create content that allowed us to flex some creative muscle. Thus #FeministFriday Roundup was born. Every Friday, we’ll post links from the past week, all feminist themed, most of them with a women’s business or marketing twist. And now, to kick things off, here…
  • 3 Effortless Mobile Marketing Tactics for Your Small Business

    Kristina Drake
    22 May 2015 | 11:23 am
                                   For a small business owner, mobile marketing may seem like a daunting, costly or time-consuming task. You may rely on a mobile phone and mobile apps to conduct business, but may not market or advertise your business to a mobile-first audience. The truth is, if you’re not creating a mobile marketing plan, then your business loses out on the majority of U.S. consumers. According to Google, more searches come from mobile phones than laptops or desktops. Thankfully, you don’t have to sacrifice time and resources to tap into the mobile market.
 
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  • Setting Up The Perfect Google+ Business Page

    Mark Rocket
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:09 am
    A lot of New Zealand businesses haven’t cottoned on to the value of Google+ yet, which means there’s a great opportunity to be had in many niches. In addition, Google+ (also known as Google Plus) has not yet reached its potential and is expected to be even more important in the near future.  Creating a quality Google+ Business Page, makes your business more visible on Google’s search results as well as contributing to the overall ranking you receive on search engines. For a lot of local search results, Google is taking the top Google+ profiles and is putting them above the usual…
  • The Customer Journey To Online Purchase

    Katie O’Neill
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:40 am
    Understanding the process users go through when making an online purchase is an essential part of creating a successful online marketing campaign. The way people decide which product or service to select is drastically different on the internet due to the wide range of choices and ample information available instantly. Furthermore, the ways people search also impact their search journey, including search terms and keywords. Understanding how your customers think is key to providing the right information and offering the best choice for them. Step 1: Awareness. This is the first step toward…
  • Google Analytics: Why Build a Custom Dashboard

    Mark Rocket
    31 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    One of the dangers of such a comprehensive data gathering tool as Google Analytics is overwhelming yourself and your clients with useless, excessive information. There are so many metrics to measure with so many possible variations that it is easy to become lost. To help navigate this, GA provides a default dashboard and reports intended to give a general overview of the site, which they do. However general overviews don’t provide the information required to truly understand and optimise your site, and to fully utilise the service you need to get specific. Custom dashboards allow you to…
  • Google Analytics: In-Page Analysis

    Katie O’Neill
    31 May 2015 | 2:55 pm
    When researching how your audience sees and interacts with your website, the traditional numbers-on-a-page data can make it difficult to properly visualise. With In-Page Analysis, Google Analytics offers a superb way to apply information from the reports directly onto pages of your website, allowing you to see your site through the eyes of your viewers. Rather than providing tables and lists showing your visitor’s behaviour, it creates a real-time replica of the page and labels each link with the percentage of users that clicked on it, as well as providing a sidebar with an overview of…
  • Google Analytics : Share Admin Access

    Katie O’Neill
    31 May 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Once you’ve set up your Google Analytics to record the key statistics of your website, it’s time to share that data with the people that matter. There are separate software packages that can do this for you on an in-depth, branded level, but the free options provided in Analytics are great for giving a general overview and extracting important numbers in a format you can use. There are a number of different ways of sharing data from Analytics, depending on your what your focus is and who the report is intended for. Create Administrator One of the easiest ways to share data on…
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    Rankjane

  • How to Rank Your Blog Posts without SEO Knowledge

    Keyur Lalani
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:46 pm
    Ever wonder why some of the bloggers rank so well? Did you ever think to rank your blog posts like pros? You can. Because all it takes is little awareness. You don’t need to enroll in the SEO courses that teach you Search Engine Optimization and charge thousands of dollars. Do you know it’s not […] The post How to Rank Your Blog Posts without SEO Knowledge appeared first on Rankjane.
  • 10 SEO Analysis Tools To Strengthen Your Website

    Kulwant Nagi
    9 Jun 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Search engines have well-integrated in our lives that we can’t imagine our lives without them. There’s barely a day gone without using the search engine for even one time. After all, Internet is a vast place with lots of information in it. From searching restaurants near you to finding tools to customize your car, there’s endless […] The post 10 SEO Analysis Tools To Strengthen Your Website appeared first on Rankjane.
  • How To Write A Good Blog Post That Increase Your Profit

    Keyur Lalani
    4 Jun 2015 | 7:56 pm
    Everyone must have heard that blogging plays a major role in the success of marketing. But yet, writing a good blog takes a lot of time and efforts and is not that easy as people think. Everyone can blog as long as they are well acquainted with the subject matter that is wrote about. Given […] The post How To Write A Good Blog Post That Increase Your Profit appeared first on Rankjane.
  • Google PageSpeed Insights for Dummies [Infographic]

    Keyur Lalani
    14 May 2015 | 7:54 pm
    A slow website can seriously hinder your online business. A recent study showed that users expect your website to load in less than 2 seconds. If it doesn’t, they’ll head for the nearest competitors. Since Google mimics user behavior, a slow website can also hinder your SEO efforts. Google looks at metrics like bounce rate […] The post Google PageSpeed Insights for Dummies [Infographic] appeared first on Rankjane.
  • How to Measure and Maximize Your SEO Campaign Performance

    Miraj Gazi
    12 May 2015 | 9:51 am
    “If you can measure it, you can improve it”. In a long 5 years of journey from an SEO intern to a Professional SEO Strategist, I always asked a question to myself – “how do I know that my SEO campaign has succeeded or not?”  Is keyword rankings on 1st page is enough? What are […] The post How to Measure and Maximize Your SEO Campaign Performance appeared first on Rankjane.
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    IDS Logic Blog

  • Why Is DNN A Popular Choice among Business Owners?

    admin
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:26 am
    In this technology oriented business market, it is impossible to imagine any company that can function effectively without a content management system. CMS can be defined as a tool that helps managers and publishers to control their web content. Whether it is a sales collateral, directory listing, event calendar, blogs or image galleries, a CMS allows you to manage content easily and quickly. You may have heard about various content management systems like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, DotNetNuke and etc. And as a developer, I have been working on various platforms to satisfy specific client’s…
  • How to Manage Your Products like a Pro with OpenCart Extensions?

    admin
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:40 pm
    If you are planning to create an online store for your business, then make sure that you don’t compromise on anything. Choosing the right program and software will allow you to attain your business goals irrespective of the size of your business. So now, if you have chosen OpenCart development for your ecommerce, then it is sure that you will be able to enjoy tons of features and functionalities to do almost everything that is needed to make your business successful. You can easily download extensions or modules for a particular functionality and customize the OpenCart CMS with a PHP…
  • Umbraco: The Most Flexible and Versatile CMS for Your Business

    admin
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:38 am
    While evaluating several solutions for creating my clients website, I took interest in Microsoft’s ASP.NET with a good CMS on top of it. Since creating a website that could take care of the web content was my first priority, I was looking for a CMS that could help me attain this and at the same time help me develop a lot of custom codes to fulfil the specific needs. I have really been on a quest for a platform that could balance ease of use, customisation and extendibility and etc. And so I have been downloading and installing many asp.net CMS, but finally settled with Umbraco. Umbraco is…
  • Manage Content & Give Your Users what they are looking for; all with Sitefinity!

    admin
    3 Jun 2015 | 12:13 pm
    There is no denying the fact that content management has become an inevitable necessity for the contemporary organizations. Making it sure that your website’s content is all organised and easily accessible is extremely important at present. You can go for a good and reliable content management system that meets all your varied needs and requirements, but will it serve the right purpose? Will your customers be able to find all the related content at one place? Well, that is a difficult but not an impossible task. When you go for such a CMS that lets you have all the related content at one…
  • How Outsourcing Your Software Testing Needs To Multi Vendors Can Help?

    admin
    21 May 2015 | 4:32 am
    Today, most of the companies are realizing that delivering high quality products and services require that they carefully partner with the best vendors for various aspects of the software development. Such companies either want to use more than one vendor or a multi source so that they can easily gain access to experts in development as well as software testing. A thorough quality assurance testing helps companies to achieve their business objectives by delivering through operational excellence. It not only allows the company to improve the quality of their applications but also reduces…
 
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    4Walls Blog

  • Things to Remember to Make the Most Impact with Your E-Newsletters

    Brooks
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:41 am
    E-newsletters are a great way to reach out to your customers with news and promotions to help drive traffic to your site. The thing is, people don’t always want to read them. Here are a few tweaks you can make to your next campaign that’ll make sure you have high open rates and click-throughs.   The Subject Line is King The inbox is a boring place, full of text, where your customers scroll through trying to catch up with their correspondence. This is where a strong and relevant subject line is really important. Before you even have a chance to draw them in with your amazing offer and…
  • Welcome (to) San Francisco: A Font for Every Screen from Apple

    Kyle Phillips
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:32 am
    Apple’s new custom font ‘San Francisco’ Why are fonts important? Font choice is one, if not the most important decision in design. Not only does it affect the visual aesthetic, but more importantly the user experience. If your chosen font is not easily legible, then the entire purpose of your message is lost. When you bring in responsive design and multiple sizes of the same element, font choice becomes even more critical. A snippet of text may look great on a desktop (1200px), but when it shrinks down does it look as great? In many cases, when fonts get smaller the letters…
  • Responsive Design, Tools of the Trade, & the Ever-Evolving Designer

    Eddie Grogan
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:56 pm
    A few years ago myself and my office-mates had our collective minds blown by responsive design. It wasn’t the fact that responsive design was “a thing” – But more by the pace at which responsive began its takeover. What started like Monty Python’s lonely King Arthur endlessly charging toward the Holy Grail quickly became something fierce and fresh, charging through the design community like a new and improved King Arthur and his Knights of Justice. The push for responsive design began slowly.                   VS. But before…
  • What does Google’s latest Algorithm Update Mean for Businesses?

    Mark Hoban
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:46 am
    From Stepbrothers in Search to Best Buds If you visit the Wikipedia page for April, 21st,you’ll find a list of births followed by a list of deaths. Now, barring the arrival or departure of any notable souls between now and then, “Google Search as We Know It” is one name that will (or should) exist on both of these lists. The Google Webmaster Central Blog announced it first, April 21st will be the day that Google’s algorithm changes to “Expand our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal.” Pretty soon, desktop and mobile search go from bitter step…
  • Welcome Brooks!

    4wmgadmin
    18 Mar 2015 | 12:19 pm
    4 Walls would like to welcome Brooks Eastman to our ranks as a web developer! We managed to lure him away from his freelancing career to a job where he has to actually wear pants. His portfolio is a mix of development and design work but he has always had a passion for the web, where he can deliver engaging and beautiful user experiences. Before freelancing he worked as a web designer/developer for Lindt & Sprunglii in Stratham and was reportedly paid in chocolate. Outside of work Brooks is an avid hiker, lover of beer, uncle, movie buff, and gamer. He lives in Portsmouth and enjoys…
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    WooRank Blog

  • 3 Onsite Factors that Impact User Experience

    Al Gomez
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:59 am
    In life and in digital marketing, little things count. From the position of your brand logo, to your choice of website color scheme – there are a wide range of factors that come together to affect an online visitor’s perception and overall experience. One may argue that responses to these onsite elements are subjective. Although that’s true to some extent, at the end of the day, majority rules. If most of your online visitors find a particular aspect irksome or troubling, you could risk losing a huge chunk of your market over time, so it’s important to make your website easy to…
  • How Going Mobile Can Give Local Store Owners More Sales

    Al Gomez
    28 May 2015 | 2:47 am
    You might think that being mobile-friendly is just good for getting clicks on your website and giving users a better mobile experience – but it’s actually more than that. According to a 2014 Consumer Local Search study by Google, 50 percent of respondents visited a store within a day after searching for information on their mobile phone. That means the more you are found on mobile devices, the more chances you have of earning. How Customers Use Mobile Technology Believe it or not, 90 percent of sales still happen in physical stores. 4 out of 5 consumers use mobile phones to look for…
  • WooRank Experts on E-days Brussels

    Anita Brayer
    13 May 2015 | 8:32 am
    IZEO (Movement for Independent Entrepreneurs) and its partners held the annual “E-day Brussels” Day on Thursday, May 7 at the Palais of Heysel, Brussels Expo. WooRank took the opportunity to give some added recognition to some of the best Belgian WooRank Experts. E-Day Brussels is a full day of conferences, workshops, speed coaching and meetings with professionals that enable each visitor to learn about the possibilities when developing their e-commerce strategy, web presence and defining their own roadmap according to their strategy, market, and budget. It shares the same vision that we…
  • Google launches new Search Analytics report

    Sam Gooch
    7 May 2015 | 4:14 am
    In recent years, Google began reducing the amount of keyword data that it made available through its Analytics platform. This came in the form of the dreaded ‘not provided’, which gradually consumed keyword data, leaving us with a fraction of what we once had. However, thanks to the ‘Search Query’ Report in Google Webmaster Tools, website managers were able to extract useful data relating to their top keywords and pages based on the number of clicks and impressions received. This could be filtered over a specified time-frame within the previous 3 months, with other information…
  • Does Google Think Your Site Is As Mobile-Friendly as You Do?

    Jean-Louis Lauwers
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:49 am
    In June 2009, Google publically released their PageSpeed tool, a platform that was originally developed for internal use at Google, to help website owners with usability and speed testing. In January of this year, Google released v2 of the PageSpeed Insights tool. The update came with an increased focus on mobile performance and usability. Of course, it didn’t take long for digital marketers, developers and SEO experts to jump on the new release in order to follow best practices and better optimize websites for mobile users. WooRank also recently started using the PageSpeed tool to develop…
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  • Link Baiting statistics infographic

    François Mommens
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:38 am
    Discover through this study what criteria should be taken into account for a successful link baiting strategy that provides natural links. 100 random web professionals were asked about the characteristic of the last natural link they got. The results of this study are presented in the following infographic. (Infographic kindly provided by Eskimoz and translated from this post). Related posts:Reciprocal Linking: Does It Still Work? Over the past, arguably one of the most reliable link strategies has been directly exchanging links with a partner websites. But given Google's […]How…
  • How the Google Knowledge Vault Will Change SEO Forever 

    François Mommens
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Google search has evolved quickly since 2011. Updates like Panda and Penguin put a much greater emphasis on originality and overall quality, which forced websites to reevaluate their content strategies. Google Knowledge Vault is another evolution of the search engine. One that could affect SEO greatly. Let’s first take a look at a few forms of SEO that still work well and that you can apply right now. Then let’s dwell on Google Knowledge Vault itself and see what its potential impact on SEO may be. Guest posting Guest posting is a form of link swap. This is when an author is…
  • Linkody launches the Link Visualizer (new feature)

    François Mommens
    25 Jun 2015 | 11:46 am
    With our new Link Visualizer, you won’t need to search for your links on the given url. Just click the link in your Monitored Link report and the page opens in a new tab. In this tab, you’ll see your link highlighted and centered. 1st. Click on any link: 2nd. The link visualizer opens and shows you the link: Why check your links on site? When we get a new link, one of the first things we want to do is to spot where the link is on the source page. Linkody provides tons of metrics to assess a link’s value but it’s always good to have a look at the page and see the…
  • Startling Google SEO penalties and what you can learn from them

    George Mathew
    6 Mar 2015 | 11:36 am
      Manual penalties, algorithmic penalties, unnatural links penalties, payday loan penalties, it seems that Google is obsessed with dishing out penalties. Let us study some of the most discussed penalties and see what we can learn from them. Halifax SEO penalty Chiefly two tactics were employed to get a quick increase in back links: HTML banner ads (Halifax Bank Google SEO Penalty) with do follow links linking to multiple Halifax pages, and a blog network of financial blogs. They lost positions in SERPs overnight for highly searched keywords like personal loans. Halifax gets spanked You…
  • Landing pages on-page SEO (new feature)

    François Mommens
    6 Feb 2015 | 6:01 am
    We are pleased to announce a new feature that makes Linkody an even more powerful and unique SEO tool. The new “landing pages” section displays your domain’s landing pages with their status, meta-data (title and description), and the number of backlinks pointing to them. Let’s have a closer look at how to use this information. Landing page status If you have backlinks to a landing page that does not exists any more or that is broken, that’s wasted backlinks. The more a website becomes complex and the more these sort of issues can happen without…
 
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    VTNS Solutions Blog

  • Talking SEO – Interview with Tad Chef

    Adegboye Adeniyi
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:14 am
        Welcome to another session of our SEO expert interview series where we talk with some of the most brilliant mind in the industry. Today, we are pleased to feature Tad Chef of Onreact. As a prolific writer ( we once joked about him being called “Mr Blogalot”, Tad has written for most of the leading publications in the industry. He recently featured as a guest during the last Linkarati twitter chat. Having followed his writings for a while, I think it is important that we get into the mind of our guest and let him share his thoughts on SEO and the industry at large.
  • How to dominate Google and actually increase your web ranking

    Adegboye Adeniyi
    22 Jun 2015 | 2:11 pm
    Do you want to get more traffic to your website? Then you need to find a way to increase your web page ranking. Ranking high for your major keywords is crucial if you: Want to get organic traffic from search engines Want to remain competitive and increase your visibility by dominating the Google Search Engine Result Page (SERP)  and Want to remain in business.   Theoretically   Higher ranking = Definitely More Traffic which may or may not = Higher Revenue   Since revenue is at the end of the spectrum, let us focus on how you can increase your website ranking by following some…
  • How Banks in Nigeria Can Use SEO to Drive Business Advantage

    Adegboye Adeniyi
    2 Jun 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Recently the search industry went agog when Google announced that it was introducing an algorithm that will rank mobile friendly website better when searches using their mobile phones to search on Google. We all knew that it was just a matter of time before this happened. What we didn’t know was what dimension it will take. The mobile update has being given a lot of name with people calling it “mobilegeddon” or “mobileploycse”. But simply put, what this meant is that Google now has two different search landscapes. One for desktop and another search engine result page (SERP) for…
  • Beyond Website Traffic and Ranking

    Adegboye Adeniyi
    24 May 2015 | 1:41 pm
    The key to successful online marketing is to understand the behavior of your users. This includes knowing what they want and what assets on your website they are finding useful. Often times we chase either after algorithms, the latest and most advanced techniques, what we think is important to our web visitors or what is important to us. Today, we are going to step down from our rooftop and focus on our users. What do they really want? Which part of our website is important to them? What can we learn from those things that matters to them How can we ultimately serve them better?   This…
  • Using Google Analytic for Actionable Insights

    Adegboye Adeniyi
    15 May 2015 | 8:05 am
    As an online marketer your best tool should be your analytic tool. While there are numerous tools you can use, Google analytic provides one of the most robust tools that you can leverage to properly understand how effective your marketing is and what needs to be improved. You can use Google analytic (GA) to: Measure ROI and ROAS for channels Understand audience behavior Measure the effectiveness of various source of traffic to your website Predict trends for marketing effort   Unfortunately majority of businesses do not know which metrics to measure and what do to with their data. In…
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    Avanti Vision Digital Marketing Blog

  • I’ve been BLACKLISTED by Google, what did I do wrong? Can somebody help me?!

    24 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    First to answer the questions; what you did wrong, if you did anything wrong and it’s not a technical error that caused your rankings to drop, know it’s not the end of the world and there’s solutions for you out there.  It’s just NOT RECOMMENDED TO DEAL WITH THIS ALONE.  You obviously did something wrong the first time and trying to fix this yourself may either cause your situation to be worse or just have you wasting more time.   Can somebody help you; yes.  Take us for instance, Avanti Vision.  We can confidently say, backed up by case studies and…
  • 4 Ways to Spice up Your Social Media Life

    22 Jun 2015 | 10:30 am
    Social media is increasingly becoming more popular as a business tactic all over the world. Yeah, we all obviously know that. The Social Media Examiner showed that 92% of respondents of a study done in 2014 said that social media is crucial to business. Even with that being said, dry and unappealing content is still being shared on screens everywhere. It’s a travesty.
  • The Lead Generation Machine - Part 1 Content

    16 Jun 2015 | 12:17 pm
    As a business owner you're faced with the challenge of generating new business and attracting potential buyers everyday. Generating leads - both high in quality and quantity - should be an important objective when trying to grow your business. A successful lead generation engine is what keeps the funnel full of sales prospects while you sleep.
  • Are Meta and Title Tags Losing Their SEO Value?

    15 Jun 2015 | 12:40 pm
    With all the different variables and algorithms out there affecting your SEO rankings, it is not uncommon for a rumor or ‘myth’ to propagate regarding what to do and what not to do in order to get website traffic.  During my time in the SEO field I have heard on a number of occasions people tell me that ‘Google no longer looks at meta tags’ or ‘Google no longer looks at keyword tags’.  I’ll explain where this rumor came from, how it became mixed up and why it’s not only untrue, but dangerous to ignore. 
  • David vs Goliath How Smaller Companies can Leverage Great Content to Crush Bigger Competitors

    11 Jun 2015 | 9:18 am
    No matter what the situation may be, there are always people rooting for the underdogs. Is it their likeability? Their innocence compared to the big dogs? There are a lot of things that make people cheer for the underdogs, but the business world is like the ever popular story of David and Goliath. Big companies, or in other words the Goliaths, seem to dominate in sales because of their size. However, smaller businesses, or the Davids if you will, have a competitive edge that can put them on top.
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  • The Secrets to Producing a Viral Business Using Social Media Marketing

    Tyler Farkas
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:55 pm
    There seems to be an enormous amount of businesses that remain ignorant to the ways of digital marketing. Businesses must adapt to the constant growth of social media or they will get left behind. Have you heard of the saying “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it”? This remains to be the mindset of many business owners in regards to their marketing strategies. What they fail to realize is the following incredible statistic. According to google, Facebook at the start of 2015 had over 1.44 Billion monthly active users. To understand how insane this number is, the number of people in the world…
  • What You Need To Know About Link Building in 2015

    Alex Noudelman
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:12 am
    It’s safe to say that Google’s Penguin update was a turning point in the SEO world. Until April 20, 2012, links pointing to your website were not a big problem for webmasters. But now, if you have unnatural links pointing to your website, your rankings may be affected. Businesses most affected by the update were those that sold or bought links as well as sites which built spammy link profiles using the exact same anchor texts each and every time. Last year’s Penguin 3.0 update confirmed Google’s seriousness about low-quality backlinks. The chances of your site being de-ranked for…
  • You Can’t Hide from Facebook: The Social Media Network Developed a Breakthrough Identity Mechanism

    Olga Mestnikova
    24 Jun 2015 | 9:08 am
    Facebook is experimenting with a technology that is able recognize people in photos even if it can’t see their faces. In real life, in the absence of a clear image of the frontal face, we rely on a variety of other factors such as clothes, accessories, pose, and hair style to recognize a person. The Pose Invariant Person Recognition or PIPER method takes these cues to recognize people on the photos. “We can easily picture Charlie Chaplin’s mustache, hat and cane or Oprah Winfrey’s curly volume hair. Yet, examples like these are beyond the capabilities of even the most advanced face…
  • Where Does Google Think You Are?

    Alex Noudelman
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:48 am
    How much should we rely on the accuracy of Google’s location data? This is a question that Steve Cameron of Advent Communications wants to know and is seeking your help to find out. Cameron has set up a quick survey in which participants can share their experience with Google geotargeting. So far the results have been mixed. While some people claimed that Google was spot on, others voiced that the targeting was within a 25 mile radius of their actual location. Unfortunately, for others the identified location was thousands of miles from the actual one. More data is needed for proper…
  • 5 Tips For Managing Your Online Reputation on Social Media

    Alex Noudelman
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:12 am
    On June 5, the popular North American coffee chain Tim Hortons’ online reputation took a big hit on social media with #BoycottTims. The source of the frenzy was the Enbridge pipeline ad that it removed from its in-store TVs after 25,000 people signed a petition accusing the company of “shilling” for the oil sands shippers. What they did not realize was that their actions would spark criticism from thousands of other people (and customers) who believed that the Canadian institution was showing a lack of support for the Canadian energy industry. Online Reputation Management experts argued…
 
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  • Website Design Mistakes Can Cost You Revenue

    Conor Treacy
    8 Jun 2015 | 7:12 am
    Although making sure that a business has an attractive online presence is part of website design, that’s just one aspect of this practice. One of the most common mistakes that businesses make is only focusing on the aesthetic aspects of web design. At Big Red SEO, plenty of Omaha business owners have brought us existing […] The post Website Design Mistakes Can Cost You Revenue appeared first on Big Red SEO - Omaha SEO and Web Design.
  • Storytelling is the Key to Content Marketing

    Kim at Big Red SEO (The Omaha SEO Company)
    5 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Over the last two years, content marketing has become a strategy that’s utilized by businesses of all sizes. There are several reasons why this practice has become so popular. The biggest reason is because when done well, content marketing can provide a significant growth channel for businesses. Another reason that content marketing has grown so […] The post Storytelling is the Key to Content Marketing appeared first on Big Red SEO - Omaha SEO and Web Design.
  • Make Mission – Driven Marketing Work for Your Business

    Kim at Big Red SEO (The Omaha SEO Company)
    3 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    The simplest way to define mission-driven marketing is an approach that creates a marketing strategy around the core mission of a business. If your business doesn’t currently have a core mission, you don’t need to worry. Figuring out exactly what you want your business to do can take time. That being said, investing the time […] The post Make Mission – Driven Marketing Work for Your Business appeared first on Big Red SEO - Omaha SEO and Web Design.
  • The Top 5 Pitfalls Entrepreneurs Need To Avoid

    Kim at Big Red SEO (The Omaha SEO Company)
    1 Jun 2015 | 7:48 am
    If you’re starting a new business, you’re probably already aware that the odds are stacked against you. Whether your target market is Omaha, all of the United States or the entire globe, it’s important to know that the majority of new businesses fail. While that’s a little disheartening to hear, it doesn’t mean you should […] The post The Top 5 Pitfalls Entrepreneurs Need To Avoid appeared first on Big Red SEO - Omaha SEO and Web Design.
  • What Does Successful Online Branding Involve?

    Kim at Big Red SEO (The Omaha SEO Company)
    29 May 2015 | 7:32 am
    It’s not difficult to find examples of the term “branding” being used in ways that aren’t directly tied to the success of a business. But just because branding is often used in a fluffy manner doesn’t mean you should ignore it. The reason that everyone from new Omaha business owners to seasoned entrepreneurs should care […] The post What Does Successful Online Branding Involve? appeared first on Big Red SEO - Omaha SEO and Web Design.
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    Impression

  • Guide to Persona Creation for Digital Marketing

    Laura Hampton
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:24 am
    Today’s digital marketer knows the importance of creating great quality content – both for the purposes of increasing search rankings and to better appeal to your audience’s needs.In order to best meet the needs of that audience, you first need to know who that audience is. Personas are a fantastic tool for improving your understanding of your audience and visualising that in a way that can be shared and understood by everyone in your business. Persona creation follows a journey which starts at the very top of the funnel with broad understanding and that grows in detail, as…
  • Is Google testing new SERPs formatting?

    Laura Hampton
    23 Jun 2015 | 1:53 am
    We noticed a change in the way Google is formatting it’s search results today. From what we can tell, the update appears to apply to the travel industry.Here’s one example. When we searched for ‘New Forest cottages’, this came below the ads and above the organic listings:When we clicked on one of these results, we got this:We noticed that the search query changed from ‘New Forest cottages’ to ‘New Forest Living Lymington’ when we clicked on the result. The same applied for the other businesses listed in the results, where all of the brand…
  • Impression Celebrates Success in Nottingham’s Creative Class

    Laura Hampton
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:17 am
    We’re really proud of our Nottingham base and our office here in the heart of the Creative Quarter. So it came as a real accolade when we were nominated by one of our clients to be recognised in this year’s Creative Class.The Creative Class is an annual award given to just ten of the city’s businesses. According to the Creative Quarter’s website, the Creative Class is:“A group of companies chosen each year to represent the flair and entrepreneurial talent in Nottingham. Entrepreneurs from up to 10 of the most exciting and dynamic companies are selected every…
  • Digital Innovation: How to grow your business online #InspireSeries [Video]

    Laura Hampton
    17 Jun 2015 | 4:30 am
    As a small business owner, your time is limited and it can be difficult to know where to apply your precious time and resources for the best results. In our workshop, I explained a few of the techniques small business owners can start applying right away and how to get the best return on that investment. Watch the video in full below; I’ve also written a full article below it which outlined everything I was saying for those of you who would prefer to read:Digital marketing for small businessesDigital marketing is a incredibly valuable tool for small businesses that want to grow.
  • Latest Google Panda Update – What to expect from Google and how to capitalise

    James Taylor
    11 Jun 2015 | 2:51 am
    Latest Panda NewsSpeculation about a potential new Panda update has been growing recently, with some sites reporting ranking fluctuations. There’s no official word from Google at the time of writing this, but we’re interested in what another Panda update could mean and, more specifically, what it means for businesses like yours. What is the Panda update?The original Panda update happened in February 2011, it affected around 12% of searches. It was updated on a monthly basis until March 2013 when Panda’s core functionality was added to the main Google search algorithm. Panda…
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    Inbound Capsule

  • Sketpical About Inbound Marketing? Check This Infographic

    Monish Vora
    3 Jun 2015 | 6:05 am
    Consumers in today’s age have different expectation, the main reason why most of the brands have changed their approach towards marketing. Traditional outbound methods have now given way to the more relevancy-based, and customer-centric inbound marketing techniques that includes content marketing, SEO, conversion rate optimization, to name a few. Inbound is all about helping the […]The post Sketpical About Inbound Marketing? Check This Infographic appeared first on Inbound Capsule.
  • Why Long, Epic Content Is The Need Of The Hour?

    Monish Vora
    1 Jun 2015 | 2:33 am
    The success of your content marketing depends on the nature and how much maturity the content shows. When I talk about maturity, I mean to say that in terms of how successfully you are able to explain a particular theory to the readers in the most engaging way so that they find it valuable. If […]The post Why Long, Epic Content Is The Need Of The Hour? appeared first on Inbound Capsule.
  • How ToFU, MoFU, BoFU are Incomplete Without Inbound Marketing

    Monish Vora
    28 May 2015 | 4:22 am
    Many traditional marketing companies consider advertising as the essential of marketing. However, that’s not the case with inbound marketing. The “inbound marketing sales funnel” involves generating and nurturing the leads. Advertising alone tends to get only exposure. The sales process will probably suffer from numerous defects if only advertising has to take the responsibility of […]The post How ToFU, MoFU, BoFU are Incomplete Without Inbound Marketing appeared first on Inbound Capsule.
  • Promising Tools For Inbound Marketing Efficiency That You Must Start Using

    Monish Vora
    27 May 2015 | 6:29 am
    Inbound Marketing is getting popular. This is making the savvy marketers look for the best options that will make life easy for them. They look for something that could make the whole process smooth, however the efficiency and the quality of the project is not compromised with. Out of all the options to make the […]The post Promising Tools For Inbound Marketing Efficiency That You Must Start Using appeared first on Inbound Capsule.
  • Why Paid Search Should Form A Part Of Your Inbound Strategy?

    Monish Vora
    18 May 2015 | 10:28 pm
    My recommendation to make inbound marketing an essential part of your online marketing strategy and a dominant part of your overall marketing strategy, will only get stronger with each passing day. However, it’s not only about getting more online presence. It is about educating your potential clients, encouraging a 2-way communication process, showing them reviews, […]The post Why Paid Search Should Form A Part Of Your Inbound Strategy? appeared first on Inbound Capsule.
 
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  • Lawyers Branding Sevice Provider

    25 Jun 2015 | 12:17 am
    @@@@@ Lawyers Branding @@@@@  Brand name is must for all online business. If you are providing any services like legal consultant or some other service you need to build your law firm brand name through online. Pathlegal provides best law firm and lawyers branding service - http://pathlegal.net/portfolio/law-firm-branding/
  • Law Firm and Lawyers Branding

    22 Jun 2015 | 4:13 am
    @@@@@Lawyers Branding @@@@@@      We are specalized in law firm and lawyers branding services. Branding is key factor for business success if you laking in online branding please hire us for your law firm and lawyers branding - http://pathlegal.net/portfolio/law-firm-branding/
  • Best Marketing Services for Law firms and Lawyers

    15 Jun 2015 | 2:44 am
    @@@@@@ Law Firm & Lawyers Marketing @@@@    PathLegal is an professional law firm and lawyers marketing service provider in India. We also focused lawyers branding and web based solutions for affordable price. For more details about Law Firm Marketing service visit - http://pathlegal.net/  
  • Lawyers and Law firm Branding services - Pathlegal

    12 Jun 2015 | 4:48 am
    @@@@@ Law Firm & Lawyers Branding @@@@@A good legal brand can bring more clients to your doorstep.  PathLegal law firm & lawyers branding solutions can help lawyers branding and law firms to build their legal brand - http://pathlegal.net/portfolio/law-firm-branding/
  • Pathlegal - Professional Lawyers Marketing service

    4 Jun 2015 | 1:03 am
    !!!!!!!! Lawyers Marketing !!!!!!!!!!! Creation of law firm branding will provide credit to you and your business. Hire Pathlegal law firm and Lawyers branding services @ affordable price - http://pathlegal.net/portfolio/law-firm-branding/  
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    SEO Blog for Internet Marketing Resources & News by Alok Raghuwanshi

  • Celebrating 10 Years of WordPress.com & Automattic

    Alok Raghuwanshi @ Hire Professional SEO Expert
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:38 am
    Originally posted on WordPress.com News: This year marks the 10th birthday of WordPress.com and our parent company, Automattic. We are proud to have served this community of millions: from writers, photographers, artists, and small and large publishers, to business owners and entrepreneurs. View original 333 more words
  • Where Does the Right SEO Strategy Begin?

    Alok Raghuwanshi @ Hire Professional SEO Expert
    28 Jun 2015 | 9:56 pm
    Are you starting in the world of SEO? Welcome! In this post we will clarify the picture and we will explain everything you need to know to implement a strategy that works. As you know, or maybe you’re finding, along a series of 5 articles I have been introduced in this blog different aspects of the SEO. And to close the loop, I thought it would be interesting to summarize all of them to give you an overview of how you could start practicing. Keep reading! Keyword Search A good choice of Keyword is essential to save your efforts and avoid setting unattainable goals. Therefore, I suggest…
  • Google Webmaster Tools Introduces The New Search Analytics

    Alok Raghuwanshi @ Hire Professional SEO Expert
    6 May 2015 | 11:17 pm
    Google releases new report in Google Webmaster Tools called Search Analytics, for precise traffic analysis. The new Search Analytics Report can be found in the Google Webmaster Tools under “search queries”. In the Google Webmaster Tools you can now for keywords filter your pages as well as countries and appliances as well as other segments and compare. The tool is available at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/search-analytics?hl=en and looks like this: Comments Google Webmaster Central Blog: More precise data in the new Search Analytics report http://t.co/YzCYPW2FnT…
  • Google Improve The Display URL In The SERPs

    Alok Raghuwanshi @ Hire Professional SEO Expert
    18 Apr 2015 | 6:25 am
    Google changes the mobile view of search results so that future name will appear on the site over the domain and with more focus on breadcrumbs. It’s the first time reportedly said by the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog that that schema.org is a signal for algorithms. Comments #Google Replaces Site’s URL From The #SearchResults & Uses Their Site Name & #Breadcrumb Path http://t.co/v990nch3eT pic.twitter.com/pZxmFYCADZ — Er.KUMAR ADARSH (@ErKumarAdarsh) April 17, 2015 Google has announced a small, but nonetheless interesting change to the way it displays…
  • Google Alert hard! Sites not Mobile-Friendly

    Alok Raghuwanshi @ Hire Professional SEO Expert
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:37 am
    April 21, 2015 Google launches new search algorithm “mobile friendly”! ARE YOU READY? Your site is MOBILE FRIENDLY? Tough times for those who do not have a site optimization for Tablets & Smartphones. From next month, Google will update the algorithm to prioritize the sites mobile-friendly with the goal of improving the user experience. READ ▬ It’s OFFICIAL! April 21 Is The Death Of The Sites Not Responsive Changes In The Algorithm Of Google Google wants to improve the user experience when searching from a mobile device, it has made changes to its algorithm Google…
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  • Are You an Entrepreneur or a Spampreneur?

    Kerry Butters
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:55 am
    For years we’ve been told not to spam. There’s even laws about it. And search engines have been forced to change algorithms often in order to adjust for the proliferation of spammers. Spam doesn’t just apply to email, the laws surrounding it also extend to SMS and other forms of marketing. On social media, it’s not quite as prolific as ... Read More The post Are You an Entrepreneur or a Spampreneur? appeared first on markITwrite. Tags:   Del.icio.us Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:  0 (Zero), Be the first to leave a reply!You might be interested in…
  • 3 Of The Most Interesting Tech Accounts To Follow On Twitter

    John Waldron
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:27 am
    3 of the most interesting tech accounts to follow on Twitter? @kesbutters @markITwrite @JohnWaldron_ Job done. Next! Aside From Us Ok, I’ll stop being hilarious for a second. Obviously all you fine people follow our markITwrite Twitter accounts already – you’d be mad not to. But we’re not so supercilious to presume that we’re the only ones who have an ... Read More The post 3 Of The Most Interesting Tech Accounts To Follow On Twitter appeared first on markITwrite. Tags:  Twitter Del.icio.us Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:  0 (Zero), Be the first to…
  • What’s New in the Internet of Things?

    Gary Smith
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:50 am
    The term “Internet of Things” (IoT) was first coined by Kevin Ashton, in 1999. Ashton is a British technology pioneer who cofounded the Auto-ID Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). IoT refers to physical objects that are fitted with electronic devices, software etc. that allow them to exchange data with the manufacturer, the operator and with other devices. ... Read More The post What’s New in the Internet of Things? appeared first on markITwrite. Tags:   Del.icio.us Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:  0 (Zero), Be the first to…
  • Self-Service Dashboards and the Drive Towards Insight

    Des Nnochiri
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:53 am
    With huge volumes of data coming in every day from transactions, social media and internal operations, it can be tough deciding which bits are relevant to making good decisions. Traditionally, this Big Data has been analysed by setting up custom-made database applications and tweaking them as conditions demand it. Fine if you’re a programmer. Not go good if you’re less ... Read More The post Self-Service Dashboards and the Drive Towards Insight appeared first on markITwrite. Tags:  dashboards Del.icio.us Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:  0 (Zero),…
  • Low-Tech Triumphs: 5 Great Low-Technology Inventions

    John Waldron
    19 Jun 2015 | 4:40 am
    At markITwrite we spend so much time writing about the latest and greatest in high-tech digital innovations that I have to admit that sometimes we completely forget about some of the simpler technological accomplishments that all of us take for granted. iPhones, FinTech, Big Data, cloud computing – these are all fascinating subjects, but today I want to turn my ... Read More The post Low-Tech Triumphs: 5 Great Low-Technology Inventions appeared first on markITwrite. Tags:  low technology, low-tech Del.icio.us Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:  0 (Zero), Be…
 
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  • How Web Design Affects SEO? Precautions

    Sawaram Suthar
    8 Jun 2015 | 3:52 am
    While concentrating on the keywords in the articles to sync with SEO, people ignore the design of a website. If popular keywords are used while designing a website, it will quickly climb the SEO...
  • 3 Simple Steps to An Effective Content Marketing Strategy (Data Driven Case Studies)

    Sawaram Suthar
    25 May 2015 | 10:34 pm
    Over the last 5 years, Content Marketing has established itself as the mainstream marketing tactic across all industries. As per CMI, Content Marketing is employed by 86% of B2B marketers and 77% of B2C...
  • 13 Actionable Onpage SEO Tips for Ecommerce Website

    Sawaram Suthar
    18 May 2015 | 10:21 pm
    Many people think search engine optimization (SEO) is the easiest term, but in practice, it is the hardest one, there are thousands of interconnected activities included that have to be monitored, analyzed and implemented...
  • How to Improve Your Facebook’s Organic Reach

    Sawaram Suthar
    8 May 2015 | 10:00 pm
    When it comes to social media marketing, Facebook will always come on the top. With growing popularity and users, it is being used for marketing by many organizations. Earlier, it was very easy to...
  • A Quick Guide on Mobile Friendly Updates

    Sawaram Suthar
    30 Apr 2015 | 5:40 am
    Many business owners noticed that ranking in mobile search result has changed after rolling out new mobile friendly algorithm on 21st April. Did you check how your ranking gets affected? If yes, then have...
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  • What we are Reading in Digital Marketing this Week (06-26)

    Anna Horn
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:57 pm
    As digital marketers, we strive to be constantly up-to-date on the latest happening in the online world. We have Search Engine Optimization, Paid Per Client Advertising, Web Design, and more covered. Staying on top of digital news is our job and not only pushes us with our ideas and strategies but ensures our clients come out on top as well. Whether it’s a new app exploding on the scene, a Google algorithm update, or the latest behavior tracking tool we’ll review, preview, and make note of it here. So if you’ve missed checking your RSS reader or your favorite sites this week…
  • How To Submit Your Site To Google News

    Marcus Howling
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:08 am
    Sounds easy enough, but please do not let the title fool you. Preparing your site for Google News can be a tedious and cumbersome process. Now don’t get me wrong, submitting your site is easy, however, the daunting prep work leading up to submission prevents most sites from trying. Follow the steps below and ensure your site is included in the Google News search feed. Google News General Guidelines Google asks that all sites submitted to their News section meet a certain standard. Generally speaking, each site accepted is reporting on relevant topics for searchers. Google…
  • What we are Reading in Digital Marketing this Week (06-19)

    Anna Horn
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:29 pm
    As digital marketers, we strive to be constantly up-to-date on the latest happening in the online world. We have Search Engine Optimization, Paid Per Client Advertising, Web Design, and more covered. Knowing what is coming down the digital marketing pipeline not only helps us but our clients as well. Whether it’s the latest new app exploding on the scene, a Google algorithm update, or the latest behavior tracking tool we’ll review, preview, and make note of it here. Our team eats, sleeps, and breathes digital marketing. Even during happy hour you’ll find us debating meta…
  • What I Learned from My First Year in SEO

    Emily Long
    15 Jun 2015 | 9:29 am
    There is a popular saying you’ve probably heard before: “time flies when you’re having fun.” I recently completed my first year working in search marketing for Web Talent, and I must have had a lot of fun, because the last 12 months have flown by! And if fun isn’t what caused this time warp, then maybe that saying needs to be changed to “time flies when you’re a digital marketer…” but I’m pretty darn sure it’s the “fun” thing. Anyway, all clichés aside, I have really loved being a part of the Web Talent team. I came into this job from a customer service position…
  • What we are Reading in Digital Marketing this Week (06-12)

    Anna Horn
    12 Jun 2015 | 12:45 pm
    As digital marketers, we strive to be constantly up-to-date on the latest happening in the online world. We have Search Engine Optimization, Paid Per Client Advertising, Web Design, and more covered. Knowing what is coming down the digital marketing pipeline not only helps us but our clients as well. Whether it’s the latest new app exploding on the scene, a Google algorithm update, or the latest behavior tracking tool we’ll review, preview, and make note of it here. Our team eats, sleeps, and breathes digital marketing. Even during happy hour you’ll find us debating meta…
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  • LESS is More, or Tale about LESS and Magento 2

    16 Jun 2015 | 9:02 am
    Magento 2 has many great features in comparison to the previous versions. I am not going to do an overview, there are a plenty of great comprehensive articles on the matter all over the internet. The topic I am going to cover is actually very much related to the frontend development...
  • CodeLobster - a Viable Solution for Simplifying PHP Code

    6 Jun 2015 | 11:43 am
    The process of creating a webpage or web-based application is accompanied with writing a lot of complex code. Fortunately, we have an IDE(Integrated Development Environment) which serves as your constant companion during the entire coding regime. It is an IDE which renders you well-suited instructions on writing the code properly in addition to an easy-to-interpre..
  • Top 10 Tips To Secure Your Drupal Website From Hackers

    26 May 2015 | 5:43 am
    Is your business website powered by Drupal open source content management system? If yes, then as an entrepreneur your primary focus must be on how to make it secure. All sorts of the online..
  • WordPress Dynamic Menu - What Is It and How It Can Be Created?

    20 May 2015 | 7:47 pm
    WordPress offers an amazing set of features, helping users set up their website equipped with enhanced functionality. Among the rich set of features, menu system is one great WordPress feature you should know about, allowing you to manage your website's menu in an efficient manner...
  • 5 Unheard of Mobile Web Designing Techniques

    18 May 2015 | 1:37 pm
    After the advancements in web designing techniques and arrival of newer technology, web designing for mobile phones h as come a long way. Nowadays it is difficult for even an expert to tell the difference between a native mobile app and a mobile website. With the arrival new smart phones powered with newer operating systems like the Android lollipop 5.0 the ga..
 
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  • Semantic Keyword Research with KNIME and Social Media Data Mining – #BrightonSEO 2015

    Paul Shapiro
    20 Jun 2015 | 5:36 pm
    I had the opportunity to travel to the UK in April and speak at BrightonSEO, an SEO conference I’ve always admired from afar in the United States. Needless to say, it was an incredible experience. I return from England having connected with many of my European SEO brethren, a liking of beans for breakfast, and […] The post Semantic Keyword Research with KNIME and Social Media Data Mining – #BrightonSEO 2015 appeared first on Search Wilderness.
  • Automatically Download Google Webmaster Tools Search Data Every Month

    Paul Shapiro
    20 May 2015 | 3:20 pm
    Google Webmaster Tools (recently renamed Google Search Console) is a treasure trove of data, especially useful keyword information. Unfortunately, it isn’t stored for a long enough period to be useful for any trending. If you want to get more use out of Google Webmaster Tools data, it is necessary to store it in a database, […] The post Automatically Download Google Webmaster Tools Search Data Every Month appeared first on Search Wilderness.
  • Get More (High Quality) Twitter Followers by Stalking Influencers

    Paul Shapiro
    17 Jan 2015 | 7:15 pm
    Here’s a simple tactic to explode your Twitter following, with HIGH-quality followers, all without resorting to nasty follow-back or auto-favoriting… 1) Identify Influencers Within Your Niche You may already be well acquainted with the big-shots in your industry. If you are, jot down their Twitter usernames somewhere. If you don’t already know your industry, you […] The post Get More (High Quality) Twitter Followers by Stalking Influencers appeared first on Search Wilderness.
  • Using Facial Recognition Technology to Segment Your Email List

    Paul Shapiro
    7 Nov 2014 | 2:35 pm
    My email list is… 84.73% White 12.21% Asian 3.05% Black 75.57% Male 24.43% Female 15.27% Ages 16-20 37.40% Ages 21-30 31.30% Ages 31-40 9.16% Ages 41-50 5.34% Ages 51-60 1.53% Ages 61+ I determined this using a picture of your face. Let me explain… I confess, I’m a nerd and I love myself a good […] The post Using Facial Recognition Technology to Segment Your Email List appeared first on Search Wilderness.
  • Exploiting LinkedIn to Understand Your Site’s Audience

    Paul Shapiro
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Here’s a cool idea about how you could potentially use LinkedIn to get audience data for your website… Disclaimer: I do not condone using this exploit on your website, as it is in violation of LinkedIn’s service agreement. What you can do… Use your existing account OR create a new LinkedIn account (violation of LinkedIn’s […] The post Exploiting LinkedIn to Understand Your Site’s Audience appeared first on Search Wilderness.
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  • Search Engine Optimization: Are the Results worth the Price

    Baruch Labunski
    10 Jun 2015 | 3:48 am
    With the advancement of the internet, more and more businesses are generating revenue through online shopping, and a key component to online shopping is website traffic. Website traffic is the number of visitors a website receives over a certain period of time. There are two categories for website traffic: the first type is called organic and it is the number of people who visit the website without the aid from a paid advertisement, the second type is called paid traffic, and this is the number of people who visit the website with the help of some kind of paid advertisement. One way…
  • The SEO and Google: improving search engine efficiency

    Baruch Labunski
    28 May 2015 | 10:24 am
    We are currently living in the age of information; with the advent of the internet, we can access information within seconds from several different devices: cell phones, computers, tablets, etc. The internet allows us to simply type a query into a search engine and search the countless pages that come up for the information we need. But how does the search engine decide which information to provide us? The results for any given search are dependent on the search engine’s SEO which stands for search engine optimization (optimizer). Essentially an SEO is an algorithm that determines where…
  • Keep Updated: Google Changing Algorithms to Affect Small to Medium Size Businesses

    Baruch Labunski
    23 Mar 2015 | 4:52 pm
    Wesbites that are mobile friendly will get more love from Google’s changing algorithm starting April the 21st. Google announced last month that it will be making significant changes to its algorithm to help users find more mobile-friendly search results. This SEO-pocalypse will be a part of a growing trend for Google to screen the websites that are user-friendly for mobile devices. Small to medium size business need most beware as the changes will affect the way that users view your websites and apps on mobile phones. Everyone knows, has heard of and will be drawn to companies like…
  • Google Warns: Get Your Site Mobile Ready to Avoid Penalties

    Baruch Labunski
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:14 am
    It is no secret that Google has been penalizing sites that don’t offer mobile searchers with a good user-experience. However, the major search engine recently confirmed that they are planning on boosting the rankings of sites that offer a great UX for mobile users. Let’s face it, it can be rather frustrating to land on a non-mobile-friendly site and that’s why Google now labels mobile search results to help searchers choose the sites on more carefully. Sites that are already ranking well should take the necessary steps to become mobile-friendly. Google spent months testing…
  • Top 7 WordPress Plugins for Your Business Site

    Baruch Labunski
    11 Sep 2014 | 8:45 am
    There’s no denying that WordPress is THE web platform for building affordable, fully customizable websites. The open source WordPress.org platform is constantly upgraded to offer a clean, user-friendly solution for everyone – from the most inexperienced newbie, to advanced professional web developers. The secret to success with WordPress, is the plugins. WordPress plugins enhance your site’s functionality without the need to know much about coding or HTML. For a business user who is just starting out with his own WordPress site, plugins can help save time on your site while…
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    eAskme | How to, Learn Blogging Online, Make Money Online

  • DuckDuckGo Search Engine Now Exceeds 10 Million Searches a Day

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:18 am
    According to reports DuckDuckGo is celebrating that for the first time ever they exceeded 10 million searches.In a recent interview with CNBC the privacy focused search engine's popularity increased by 600% since the news of the NSA surveillance 2 years ago.Many Americans are concerned about their right to privacy. As a survey indicated that 40% felt that a search engine shouldn't track their activity.DuckDuckGo Search Engine Now Exceeds 10 Million Searches a Day : eAskmeOther people are reading : Yahoo Wants to Use Java Software Updates in Order to Get New UsersBut the company says that…
  • Yahoo Wants to Use Java Software Updates in Order to Get New Users

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:33 am
    According to reports in the Wall Street Journal Yahoo made a deal with Oracle That can gain them new search engine users. When updating Oracle's Java software users will be motivated to use Yahoo as their default search engine.Yahoo Wants to Use Java Software Updates in Order to Get New Users : eAskmeOther people are reading : How Not to Abuse the Power of RankingIt is suggested by WSJ that even if a portion changed to Yahoo it can bring new users to Yahoo. As it holds only 12.7% of the current search market. As Oracle reported that 89% of desktop users use Java Software and billions…
  • How Not to Abuse the Power of Ranking

    26 Jun 2015 | 7:13 am
    Gone are the days of spamming. Google rewards those follow their guidelines while punishing those who violate it. Google wants to be fair with everyone. Whether it is a big business or a small one. Treating everyone the same when it's about ranking.How Not to Abuse the Power of Ranking : eAskmeOther people are reading : AdSense Invalid Activity Payment Deduction FeatureBut never can we be ignorant about the first page's SERP. There is proof of huge market share because of advertising. So when anyone wants to outrank the competition the fact is advertising is the way to go. So today I will…
  • AdSense Invalid Activity Payment Deduction Feature

    25 Jun 2015 | 5:33 pm
    From a long time every adsense publisher was in need to check the invalid activity payment deduction but there was nothing to check it. So here is the good news for all AdSense publishers for payment calculation. We asked many times that we need the report on how much money we are losing due to invalid activities. AdSense have added Invalid Activity payment deduction feature. This feature helps every AdSense publishers to check revenue loss due to invalid activities.Guide : How To Become Premium Adsense PublisherAdSense Added Invalid Activity payment deduction feature : eAskmeOther people are…
  • Useful Twitter Tips for Bloggers

    25 Jun 2015 | 6:56 am
    If you are a blogger. You will know that Twitter is a great source of traffic. So with that in mind I am sharing tips for benefiting with Twitter.Useful Twitter Tips for Bloggers : eAskmeOther people are reading : Google News Lab Launched : A Place for Reporters on the WebUseful Twitter Tips for BloggersFirst impressions last. When visitors come on your Twitter account. You want it to look professional and clean. Use high quality pictures for profile and cover image. A great example of a clean Twitter page is CNN's twitter page. Their profile image is a simple image that is used as the…
 
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  • France Imposes RTBF on Google Global Results-Right or Wrong?

    Govind Agarwal
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:23 am
    The Right to Be Forgotten is indeed an ambiguous phenomenon. If you are aware, its ruling came into existence in the year 2014 wherein many debatable issues related to its legitimacy came up. To explain the simplest paradox, if a person has the right to be forgotten, people also have a right to find them. EU perhaps has to be reminded of this paradox while it attempts at capturing the whole of Google with respect to censorship. Their request for RTBF extends to not just the whole of Europe but practically the entire world in terms of internet access. This is definitely a cause for concern,…
  • Why YOUR WEBSITE needs SOCIAL MEDIA?

    admin
    11 Jun 2015 | 6:29 am
    Great things will happen to your brand when more and more people see your website, everyday. Without social media your website’s value on search engines like Google will not quite impressive. Every post that you make on your social media platform will surface on Google and affect your ranking. With the online business dynamics constantly changing, today only SEO for your website is not enough. Google’s increasing importance to websites’ social credibility has now made websites take the social route. If SEO puts you up on the rankings, SMO adds credibility to it. SEO and SMO or Soul and…
  • How to Make the Most of Google My Business

    admin
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:46 pm
    Google: Monopolizing the terms ‘online encyclopedia’ and ‘one stop shop’. Ever heard anything against this colossal search engine? Quite possibly, the answer graph tilting downwards is highly impossible. No wonder they have catered to your personal and professional interests all these years, taking the Internet world by storm will probably be an understatement. This business giant moved beyond the horizon and recently launched ‘Google My Business’. Yes, they decided to elevate the satisfaction level of budding entrepreneurs and corporate head honchos. Here’s some knowledge…
  • Facebook Finally Supports GIFs to Provide Better User Experience

    admin
    9 Jun 2015 | 5:28 am
    The predominant (or most significant reason for using social media sites like Facebook and Twitter is to communicate efficiently through visual content and post new updates and trends. Every post has an emotion to convey and users are more influenced by content that catches their eye either through personal interest or by the feeling added to the information on the post. The introduction of animated emoticons got users really excited as they could make comments and personal conversations interesting. Now, with Facebook launching its latest feature providing support for GIFs, sharing updates…
  • The New Google+ Collections Option

    admin
    27 May 2015 | 4:34 am
    Many social networking websites have come up in the last decade or so. Facebook and Twitter are the industry giants, however Google+ also commands a certain level of dominance over the social network. It is ranked among the most popular and most used websites in the world. Facebook allows users to create pages specific to their needs apart from the personal user accounts that people use. Google+ has come up with a new option in their user interface which is called as collections. This option allows the user to have boards of images, videos, and other content which can belong to a specific…
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  • Generating Leads With Mobile Marketing

    Richard
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:36 pm
    These days, content marketers are increasingly targeting mobile devices. Tablets such as the iPad and smartphones such as the iPhone, the Note, etc., have become widely popular. Nearly fifty percent of the Internet traffic from across the globe comes from these portable devices these days. Hence, it is very much possible to target your customers through mobile marketing. This article provides three important tips to target mobile customers more efficiently.   Website Design and Formatting   Over 90 percent of users worldwide use multiple devices to consume content. They may use a…
  • 5 Online Marketing Strategies that Lead to Success

    Richard
    18 May 2015 | 1:49 pm
    Your small business needs an online marketing strategy. Without one, you risk playing a game of blind darts with your brand, throwing things out there and hoping they stick. Fortunately, 21st century Internet tools make marketing easy for small businesses to launch and to measure.   1. Ideal Customer Profile (AKA Avatar)   At the heart of your marketing strategy should be an ideal customer you target in your copy and offers. When you know who you are marketing to, you will find it much easier to make the right decisions and find the authentic voice necessary to connect with buyers.
  • 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Obsess about SEO in Social Media Marketing

    Richard
    17 Apr 2015 | 2:21 pm
    Search engine optimization and social media marketing are two things that can reliably contribute to a site’s growth. Both of them share similar purposes and principles. Namely, both SEO and social media marketing are means to acquire traffic for your site. Most content creators use SEO and social media marketing in tandem. But when posting things on social media, remember to lighten up on the SEO. This article explains why.   Social media works on different principles from SEO     SEO is mainly based around the proper usage of keywords and links. Social media is…
  • The Impact of Negative SEO and Ways to Fix it

    Richard
    19 Mar 2015 | 10:47 am
    Building links to your website is absolutely crucial for getting it ranked. Competitors can use this same technique to hurt your site by building links of their own outside of your control to your website. It may seem counter intuitive but you aren’t the only person who can build links to your website and Google has no idea how to tell the difference on who/how that links came to exist. Even if you’re cautious about the kind of links you build, someone else can build some purposely bad links to your site. This is where Negative SEO begins to rear its ugly head.   Negative SEO…
  • How can I Improve My Google Map Listing?

    Richard
    18 Feb 2015 | 2:28 pm
    I am asked all of the time what exactly determines how a client ranks on Google Maps when people make a search. There are so many factors that play into it that it can often seem murky or confusing. I would like to attempt to explain why an organic ranking might be doing well but you are nowhere to be found on the Maps.   First the Map listings are determined by the keyword the person is searching as well as their IP Address or Settings in the Google Search (A Person can set themselves to search from Chicago even if they are in Florida for instance). So a person can technically over ride…
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  • 5 Most Common SEO Mistakes You Must Avoid

    Aaron Buxton
    11 Jun 2015 | 11:35 pm
    Creating and publishing a website is the first step a business takes for going online. The next step involves employing SEO techniques to make the site popular and reach new customers. It is this step which becomes crucial in deciding the success or failure of a website. A website takes hard work to create and this hard work could all go to waste without proper SEO. Lot of website owners do not know the correct source for obtaining SEO tips and advice. In a bid to rush with things many fall into the trap of what we call Cheap SEO service providers. This further leads to loss of Google…
  • 8 Things You Must Not Forget to Do in Google Analytics?

    Patrick Dawes
    9 Jun 2015 | 2:25 am
    Whenever there is a talk about analytics, only one name features at the top, Google Analytics. Simply put there are analytic tools and then there is Google Analytics. It is powerful tool for measuring user traffic on a site and also determining the conversion rates. It is a tool powerful enough to give you an insight on how users are using your site, what kind of content is bringing them back and how much time they are spending on the site. But, Analytics is a complicated process and many users have the least idea on how it works or how it can be used effectively to harness maximum benefits.
  • Where to Draw the Line in your SEO Campaign Planning & Budgeting?

    Olivia Gocher
    19 May 2015 | 11:07 pm
    When it comes to planning, budgeting and managing an SEO campaign, most business owner start getting goose bumps and it is something which is perfectly understandable. When it comes to even talking about SEO, the terminology associated with it is so complicated that a business owner starts to get uncomfortable on hearing terms such as black hat, white hat etc. A business owner already has his hands full with running and managing his business that even the thought of planning an SEO campaign does not cross his mind. So in order to save time and trouble for himself, a business owner takes a…
  • Effective Ways to Achieve a Mobile Friendly Site

    Kayla Corlette
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:06 am
    The website owner’s community is a worried lot these days and understandably so. The new Google update has come into force which shall make mobile friendliness a factor in a site’s rankings. This translates into only one thing, that if your site is not responsive and optimized to run on a smart phone’s small screen, its ranking will fall. This further translates into a fact that your site shall not be listed on Google search. The lightening fell from the sky earlier this year with Google announcing the same, and implementing it now, as I write this article. The future looks grim for…
  • My SEO Strategy Is Working Very Well. Why I Need Paid Search Campaign Then?

    Kailash Bhardwaj
    16 Feb 2015 | 11:56 pm
    SEO and paid searches are generally seen as mutually exclusive. What happens sometimes is because of the fact that search visibility has already been achieved through SEO and people think paid search is not very necessary. In this post I am going to give you 4 very strong and serious reasons that will make you think over the point that you need paid search campaign even after your SEO strategy is working successfully. Get Twice The Actual Visibility The search results pages carry a lot of information within them, all the information competes well for getting attention from searchers. So when…
 
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  • 6 Things Your Landing Pages Should (And Should Not) Include

    Annamarie Tush
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:44 am
    So you made a great resource and are ready to share it on your website, but you don’t want to give it away for free so you put it behind a form on a landing page to generate leads. However, you don’t want to turn away a lead with an ugly landing page. You can follow these six points to help you craft a quality landing page. Concise, Action Oriented Headline What are you offering and why should someone read the rest of your landing page? Get the point quick. You have caught your users attention with a call to action, now it’s time to keep their attention.  Brief Description of Offer The…
  • 5 Things To Consider When Writing Content For Your Website

    Emily Ahlbum
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:35 am
    Your website’s purpose is to educate the user on what you can offer them, and convert them into customers, right? In order to do that effectively, your website’s content needs to be designed in a way that it works as an extra sales person. “Our words are our emissaries; they tell the world who we are” – Ann Handley, 13 Writing Rules So how exactly do you do that? Here are 5 things to consider when writing content for your website: Tone: Too many websites are all about ‘the company’, when in fact your website should be focused on the user, their needs and how you can solve their…
  • Open Your Eyes To Open Source

    Emily Ahlbum
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:14 am
    It’s been clearly stated by industry and web standards that a modern, up-to-date website is critical for a company to stand out against competitors online. Content Management System (CMS) software is the key factor to support the on-going initiatives that today’s modern website requires. For many years, enterprise companies and large corporations alike boasted on their adaption for proprietary, paid CMS software to run their website. This type of CMS software is created from scratch by a developer and usually requires a large licensing fee to use. In a proprietary CMS, the underlying…
  • How To Find (and Remove) Bad Backlinks

    Allie Viau
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:25 am
    While backlink building and removing is not the most exciting SEO topic, it is definitely a crucial and oftentimes complicated one. Many sites have purchased links in the past that are hurting them now, and unfortunately it seems much more difficult to remove them than it was to build them in the first place. To help anyone who may be wondering if they should remove some of their low quality backlinks, we’ve put together this 6-step guide for finding and removing “spammy” backlinks: 1. Find potentially harmful links: Moz’s new Spam Analysis functionality makes it extremely easy to…
  • 5 Steps To Optimizing Your YouTube Videos [Infographic]

    Annamarie Tush
    18 Jun 2015 | 6:58 am
    Did you know that 65% of executives have visited a vendor’s site after watching a video? Are your videos ready to convert? In order to help them get found and ensure people are watching them it is important to make sure your videos are optimized. Lets take a look at 5 steps you can take to optimize your videos. Title Titles help audiences and YouTube’s discovery systems make sense of your content. When writing your title tag you will want to create an engaging title that includes relevant keywords. Additionally, you’ll want to keep it concise. Even though there is a 100- character limit…
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  • Q & A from a Globally-Recognized Blogger, Speaker, Educator, Consultant, and Author – Mark W. Schaefer

    Mark Schaefer
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:52 am
    Hey Mark the first question that I really like to ask people is…how hard did you have to work to get your business of the ground and how many failures and set backs did you have to push through to get to where you are today?  I love to ask people this and I think it’s good for other people to know so when they hit setbacks and failures they keep going and never give up on their dreams and goals until they achieve them. It’s kind of an interesting question. I had to stop and think about it – have I had failures? Of course I have but I can’t name them easily because they’re just…
  • 4 Tips for Making Your Message Sexy

    Maria Ross
    21 Jun 2015 | 7:47 pm
    You are awesome. Let’s just get that out of the way right now. You know you have value to provide, expertise to share and a must-have product/service/offering/course (or must-donate-to philanthropic cause.) But way too often, your message gets lost because it is confusing, self-serving or just plain boring. In an effort to be taken seriously, you start talking like a robot, using jargon like “maximize productivity” or “best-of-breed solution” Then you go the other way and try to sound approachable and cool, only to leave folks scratching their heads as to what it is you actually do,…
  • 3 New Facebook Algorithm Changes

    James Harper
    14 Jun 2015 | 11:31 pm
    One of the most popular trends in digital marketing this past year has been about keeping up with Facebook’s algorithm changes. One of the most stressful topics in digital marketing this past year has been the decline of Facebooks organic reach. What’s the one common denominator here? Facebook. Facebook has announced three new algorithm changes all digital marketers should take note of. These changes will affect how content is seen in people’s news feeds. The key message here is to be “aware” of these changes, don’t try and adjust your whole Facebook strategy because of…
  • The Direct Link Between Social Media Marketing & Storefront Sales

    Ernest Thompson
    8 Jun 2015 | 7:16 am
    A problem that many new, or even some existing, brands have is seeing real returns and benefits from social media. Yes, it’s nice to talk to your fans, to share stories, and engage with other brands…but, come on…where’s the money?!? This article is going to help show you where social media brings money into your business, and how you can start to narrow the gap between your brands online and offline activities. The more you narrow this gap between the two, the more benefits you’ll start to see every time you walk into your storefront, and every time you log into your social…
  • How to Kickstart Your Content Marketing Conversions

    Chad Rucker
    31 May 2015 | 7:13 pm
    “So what’s your story?” This was the owner of a $100+ million dollar advertising agency, speaking directly to me over a cup of coffee on Tuesday morning, February 24th.  “Well,” I replied, “my story is that I offer copywriting, content and ideas that don’t suck and help build brands.” He stared at me. Not the good-kind-of-stare. “No,” he said. “What’s your story.” Oh. He wasn’t asking a question. “I’m not buying what you do,” he explained. “I’m buying why you do what you do.” Please re-read that sentence, because it changed my life. And it can change…
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  • Social Media Marketing: Building Your Brand a Community

    Lola Colums
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:03 am
    Social media sites have continually served as a great overall marketing vehicle for businesses. Through such sites, companies of all sizes have found new ways to reach their intended markets – and social media marketing, in general, continues to transform the ways that people do business. The marketing strategies of today are infinitely different from the kinds that were utilized decades ago. Companies are able to connect with consumers on a more personal level than ever before, and this type of connection can be both meaningful and profitable. In order to build your brand a community with…
  • Guide to SEO Keyword Research – Infographic

    Lola Colums
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:16 am
    If you want your business to be successful in the online market, employing the right SEO techniques and strategies is essential to direct new customers to your brand. While the world of SEO and Google Search Engine Algorithms seem to be ever changing, the one element that has remained a valuable tool for businesses of all shapes and sizes is keyword research. For years now, marketers have used keyword research to help their business stand out and get noticed in Google search engine results, making it one of the most important and valuable digital marketing tools out there. By researching your…
  • 4 Quick Fixes that Can Improve Your Website

    Lola Colums
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:02 am
    The first thing one notices when opening up a website, is its layout and design. You don’t need to be an expert to determine whether a website is well designed or not. In fact, most of your site’s visitors will decide to leave or continue browsing your website within a matter of seconds. Consequently, your website’s design needs to be able to capture your audience’s attention immediately. Don’t leave your website’s design up to chance and make these four quick fixes to help improve your brand’s image. Quantity and Quality The quantity of content available on your…
  • The SEO Copywriter’s Guide to More Compelling Content

    Lola Colums
    3 Jun 2015 | 10:53 am
    While the world of SEO seems to constantly be changing and shifting, the one remaining constant has been the importance of providing visitors with quality, compelling content. No matter what industry your company falls in, nothing remains more valuable to your website than your site’s content. Content on your website can and should be used in a variety of ways to provide value to your customers. Whether you’re describing your latest product or service or keeping your customer’s informed on the latest trends of the industry, creating compelling content for your brand may just be the…
  • 5 Signs That Your Site’s Content is Holding Your Business Back

    Lola Colums
    26 May 2015 | 11:42 am
    Even if you blog with frequency, and invest in online marketing to drive traffic to your landing pages—you may unknowingly be holding your business back. The five tips below highlight some of the most common mistakes business owners make when writing their content. The good news is, all of these mistakes are fast and easy to rectify. It Is Too Repetitive Consistency is indeed key, and there are certainly points that you want to drive home—but your content should not be too repetitive. If your content reads as too repetitive, it may be due to the fact that you are trying to squeeze in your…
 
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  • 5 Ways to Maximise Conversions on your Website, Now

    Zoe Rigley
    15 Jun 2015 | 3:42 am
    It’s common these days to use tools like Google Analytics to monitor traffic on your website, but traffic is just a small part of the story. Improving conversions from your existing traffic will maximise the benefit to your business, and increase return on investment from future marketing campaigns.1. Know Your Current Conversion RateYou can work out your conversion rate from your website by dividing your total traffic with the amount of leads this traffic generates. So, if you get 10k visitors per month, and make 300 sales, your conversion rate is 3%.Once you know where your business…
  • How to Blog Properly: Don’t Always Blog!

    Zoe Rigley
    10 Mar 2015 | 9:51 am
     It’s common knowledge that blogging is a great benefit for business. Businesses with blogs typically have 97% more inbound links, and over 400% more indexed pages in search engines. It also has great benefits for your brand, including consumer trust, and engagement. But are these benefits purely because blogs exist?Many businesses take this information, and simply create a blog, churning out 1-2 posts per week or month depending on available time & industry type. And most of these blogs fail to gain more than a little attention, if any at all. So what’s being…
  • Prestashop Advanced Development Training Event

    Zoe Rigley
    5 Mar 2015 | 7:54 am
    We regularly work with Prestashop, who provide training courses in many aspects of Prestashop development & management. The courses we teach are aimed at high-level PHP developers, wishing to refine their skills in the Prestashop E-Commerce System.Last week, we ran one of these events, and we’d like to say thank you to all who attended. There were plenty of great questions, and the session ran incredibly smoothly. We’re glad everyone learned a lot!If you have any follow up questions you’d like to ask, feel free to get in touch with us!Find out more about our status as a…
  • Web Developer Jobs Warrington – Lead PHP Developer

    Daniel Pala
    2 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    This position is a great opportunity for a talented back-end web developer to join a fast-expanding web agency, Libero Net at the base of our operations in Warrington.Working in our new office conveniently located just outside the centre of town in Latchford, just a short distance from the two railway stations and bus stations.We are looking for an enthusiastic & committed web developer to join our fast growing agency. Joining our already strong team you will be developing high quality websites and ecommerce solutions for new clients as well as developing the websites of current…
  • Back End Web Developer Full Time Position

    Daniel Pala
    27 Feb 2015 | 1:10 am
    Salary: £18,000 – £35,000This position is a great opportunity for a talented back-end web developer to join our fast-expanding web agency, Libero Net, at the base of our operations in Warrington.The position will be working in-house, in our office conveniently located just outside the centre of town in Latchford, a short distance from the two railway stations and bus stations.We are looking for an enthusiastic, committed and forward thinking web developer to join our fast growing agency. The successful candidate will be joining our already strong team and you will be developing high…
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    Refresh World

  • How to Hide your Email Address on Web Pages

    Deep Kumar
    3 Jun 2015 | 11:24 am
    If you have a website and you want to use your email address on your website.And scared from spam then this post helps you a lot.In this busy schedule no one want spam emails in his inbox.But now the question is"How we can hide our emails from spam?"Today when I have been doing research on one of my project then, I have been found a website http://scr.im, and I have found that this helps us in hide our email from spam.They are providing free service to hide your email from spam.On this website you can change your email into a short URL.And you may share this URL with anyone you want.If…
  • Google Has Dropped The Google Plus Link From Google Services

    Deep Kumar
    2 Jun 2015 | 5:25 pm
    Have you notice this big change?                                                                  I have been noticed this change when I was trying to click on my name on top right in Gmail.I have found that the Plus sign has been removed form front of my name.Then I have make a research for the same and found that Google has dropped the Google plus link from the Gmail.This is also for other services such as YouTube,Docs and…
  • 5 Google Chrome Extensions To Rock Your Browser Experience

    Deep Kumar
    1 Jun 2015 | 5:59 pm
    Everyone wants to do fast work in today's world.I am in SEO field and I am always try to work fast on every project.To achieve this target some things are helps me a lot.These are the extensions that I have been using in my browsers.Today I am sharing some extensions of Chrome browser in my post that I have been using from a long time.I think this will help all my readers too in their work.These are as follows:1. Google Pasty:   This is the one of the main extension that I have been using from a long time.Pasty is very simple multiple URL opener.This extension helps in open multiple…
  • Importance of Backlinks In SEO : Quality Backlinks

    Deep Kumar
    30 May 2015 | 2:01 pm
    SEO is a process for rank a website higher in search engines.SEO is essential for all type of websites for better rank.I think SEO is the basic need for a website.SEO process further divided in to two categories that is ON page SEO and OFF Page SEO.In this post I am going you to explain about the Backlinks.Backlinks are comes under Off page technique.I think backlinks are the most important part of our SEO startegies.What determines your position on search engine results pages (SERPs)? "Its not anything you put on the site, but rather how well you convince others to link to you."I am…
  • Windows 10 Release Date,Specification :Everything You Need to Know

    Deep Kumar
    22 May 2015 | 4:48 pm
    Hii Everyone I am here again with my new post which is related to a recent update from Microsoft.I have got a news that Microsoft going to release Windows 10 in July 2015.Windows 10 is a upcoming operating system that is developed by Microsoft.Microsoft is an American multinational technology company as you all know.Microsoft have stopped Windows XP support from 8th April also.But now they comes with an updated version and I think it will be an advanced version and all users will get lot of benefits from it.When I have got this news then I have make a search on it and found that this upgrade…
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  • Search Alert: Make Sure Your Business Hours are Correct on Your Google My Business Page

    Brent Carnduff
    19 Jun 2015 | 3:31 pm
    Are your hours of operation listed correctly on your Google My Business page? If not, you’re not alone – many small businesses seem to either skip this step altogether, or at best, fill it out only partially. However, Barry Schwartz, on Search Engine Roundtable, recently reported that Google has started to advise motorists using the Google Maps app that “your destination may be closed by the time you arrive.”, based on the listed Hours of Operation. Image by Android Police If you’ve left your business hours blank, does Google assume that you’re open or…
 
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    Six Degrees Digital Media

  • 5 Ways Keyword Focus Can Hurt Your SEO

    Angela Moore
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:48 pm
      5 Ways Keyword Focus Can Hurt Your SEO We all know that keywords play an important part in SEO for any company. But did you know putting too much import on them can actually damage your SEO efforts? Here are some ways that a heavy focus on keywords can be detrimental to your SEO strategy: It puts the search engines before the customer Your SEO strategy needs to be made with your potential customers in mind, NOT the search engine.  It won’t matter where you’re ranked if no one wants to read your content. It takes up time and resources The time you spend hyper-focusing on…
  • 5 Ways You Can Market Better Than Your Competition

    Angela Moore
    2 Jun 2015 | 11:50 am
    With so many choices for both consumers and businesses these days, you really need to stand out from the crowd. Your business isn’t going to be successful if you just stand around, hoping for customers.  Here are five ways to boost your online marketing strategy: Take a look at your competitor’s content Before you can beat your competition, you have to know what you are dealing with. Take a look at the content offered on their website. If they don’t have a blog, then you are already miles ahead. If you don’t have a blog, you’re in trouble. Here are 5 blogging ideas…
  • Top 20 Social Media Tools

    Angela Moore
    22 May 2015 | 10:06 am
    Social media is full of competition where visibility is concerned, and getting your name out there can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are a variety of tools you can use to boost your influence, follower engagement, and more. Some tools work by helping you plan updates to your social media profiles, freeing up your schedule, while others provide analytics and monitor what your followers are doing when they visit your profile. This guide covers 20 of the most popular social media tools, their prices and how they might benefit you. Buffer This free-to-use and user-friendly app provides…
  • Mobilegeddon

    Angela Moore
    11 May 2015 | 11:47 am
    Mobilegeddon is upon us, folks. That phrase should scare you if your business’ site isn’t mobile friendly. We’ve spoken before about how important a mobile-friendly site is.  70% of mobile searches lead to action on a site within one hour and people like  to be on their phones. That’s what everyone is always complaining about, isn’t it?  That we’re all too busy on our phone to interact with each other? I’ve been known to do mobile searches even when I’m sitting right in front of my computer. Let me tell you- sites that aren’t…
  • 5 Online Meeting Platform Comparisons

    Angela Moore
    7 May 2015 | 10:07 am
    The Internet has become the preferred method of communication for people across the globe, and meetings are no different. The right online meeting platform makes it easy to share ideas, collaborate, brainstorm and more. Luckily, there are plenty of platforms to choose from. Some are best for collaborating and creativity while others are more suitable for simple meetings. This guide covers a few of these platforms. MeetingBurner MeetingBurner is one example of online meeting platform with a free option. At no cost, MeetingBurner will let you have up to 10 guests in your meeting, but you…
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  • CallRail’s HIPAA-Compliance Ensures Medical Clients Have Room to Grow

    Erica Campbell
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:29 am
    Marketing firm gains great insight, reinventing client’s campaigns, even when that client must protect patient privacy. Brolik, a digital agency focused on branding, strategy, video and web, uses CallRail to drive strong benefits for their client—even growing one client’s business by an astounding 108%. But one client in particular had a unique requirement: They needed the robust insight delivered by CallRail so that Brolik could refine their online marketing efforts, but needed it to comply with the demands of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). CallRail…
  • Introducing HIPAA Compliant Call Tracking for Health Care Providers

    Erica Campbell
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Brolik, a digital marketing agency, has seen excellent results with CallRail, but they were now facing a new situation. Their client, a cosmetic surgeon specializing in procedures such as eyelid surgeries and Botox injections, needed better visibility into their marketing initiatives and client relations. The challenge was that patients and prospects calling the client were sharing medical information over the phone. While Brolik knew they needed to monitor these calls, they also needed a solution that would protect patient privacy. CallRail’s HIPAA compliant call tracking was the…
  • [Webinar] CallRail 101

    TJ
    11 Jun 2015 | 12:00 pm
    CallRail is used by thousands of businesses to know what makes their phone ring. CallRail 101 will kick off your free trial with an approachable and comprehensive introduction to all things CallRail. Attendees will learn: How to create and use CallRail tracking numbers. Key features in the CallRail Dashboard and CallRail Copilot. How to use integrations and the Call Flow Builder to help your business. Join the conversation July 1st at 2:30pm Eastern. Sign up today! CallRail 101 WebinarDate and Time Wed, Jul 1, 2015 02:30 PM - 03:00 PM EDTFirst NameLast NameEmail   Date/time: 7/1/2015…
  • CallRail: Fighting Robo Dialers One Call at a Time

    Katherine Hosmer
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:33 am
    If you’ve ever answered your phone and heard silence or an automated message on the other end of the line, then you understand the frustration of receiving a call from a robo dialer. We’ve seen the topic of “call spam” arise many times in the call tracking industry, and have worked diligently to find solutions that prevent these callers from reaching your business without interfering with calls from your customers. Say Hello to Our Little Friend: Nomorobo Robocallers may have finally met their match when dialing your tracking numbers, thanks to CallRail’s recent partnership with…
  • [Webinar] Call Tracking for Franchises & Multi-Location Businesses

    Mark Sullivan
    9 Jun 2015 | 6:45 am
    Often here at CallRail we’re asked about the best way to implement call tracking for multi-location businesses and franchises. That’s why we decided to write this guide on how to make call tracking work for exactly these types of businesses, and why we’re taking the time to answer your questions in our latest webinar. Attendees will learn: Why franchise marketing presents unique challenges How to properly set up call tracking for any franchise How call tracking fits into the multi-location marketing mix Why franchises are adopting call tracking Join the conversation July 7th…
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  • Bluehost Review: How I Saved $1340 Moving To BlueHost

    Broke Bloke
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Setting up an online business may be a piece of cake for professionals, but if you are starting out for the first time, this can be an extremely daunting and confusing task. There are many key decisions that need to be made and one such important decision involves signing up for a web hosting provider. […] The post Bluehost Review: How I Saved $1340 Moving To BlueHost appeared first on Broke Bloke Blogs.
  • How To Know If Your Blog Has Purpose

    Broke Bloke
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Some start to blog out of passion and blog because it serves as source of income. Work at home moms, journalists, even your regular everyday writer has a blog with at least Google AdSense Monetization model applied. The end result is about making money. In order to become a blogger who makes money online, one […] The post How To Know If Your Blog Has Purpose appeared first on Broke Bloke Blogs.
  • 4 Reasons Traditional Business Suck At Internet Marketing

    Broke Bloke
    20 Jun 2015 | 6:38 pm
    Non-traditional is the new traditional. If you are old fashioned, then you will soon be eating dust. You might love your generation or the way you did things. At this day and time things are moving so fast that you need to stay ahead to keep up. The younger generation understand and adapt but the […] The post 4 Reasons Traditional Business Suck At Internet Marketing appeared first on Broke Bloke Blogs.
  • James Reynolds First Year of Blogging

    Broke Bloke
    7 Jun 2015 | 6:00 pm
    First Year of Blogging is a series of interviews with top bloggers around the globe in various niche markets. As the title suggests these interviews looks back on the blogger’s first year experience and what it was like, what they went through and what advice they can offer new bloggers and bloggers in their first […] The post James Reynolds First Year of Blogging appeared first on Broke Bloke Blogs.
  • 7 Reasons To Start Publishing on LinkedIn

    Broke Bloke
    31 May 2015 | 6:00 pm
    LinkedIn the largest professional network on the web introduced a platform where users can express their opinion, engage and connect with their peers and beyond. Once a closed platform, it is now open to everyone using their network. I've been having friends ask me what's the difference between having your own blog and publishing on […] The post 7 Reasons To Start Publishing on LinkedIn appeared first on Broke Bloke Blogs.
 
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    Dialed in Local

  • 10 Hacks to Get Online Reviews for Your Local Business

    Ella Ubaldo
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:08 am
    The internet is a powerful thing, especially when it comes to reviews. People can essentially write anything they want and BOOM – it’s out there for everyone to see. Forever. That’s fantastic news if the review is a glowing endorsement. Negative comments, not so much. And since you can’t possibly keep all your customers happy all of the time, the [...] The post 10 Hacks to Get Online Reviews for Your Local Business appeared first on Dialed in Local.
  • 20 Social Media Mistakes Small Businesses Often Make

    Ella Ubaldo
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:47 am
    Without question, social media has dramatically leveled the playing field of business. Where larger organizations once stood out, thanks to their hefty marketing budgets, smaller local businesses are now able to reach their audiences without the limits they once struggled with. Of course, as with just about everything else, there’s a right way and a wrong way to do social [...] The post 20 Social Media Mistakes Small Businesses Often Make appeared first on Dialed in Local.
  • 7 Facebook Marketing Tips for Local Businesses

    Ella Ubaldo
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:32 am
    With over 500 million registered users, half of whom log in every single day, Facebook is a veritable goldmine for businesses. Especially if you take into account the fact that 50% of consumers consider a brand’s Facebook page more important than their website and that 75% feel more connected with that brand through social media. You may be saying to [...] The post 7 Facebook Marketing Tips for Local Businesses appeared first on Dialed in Local.
  • 5 LinkedIn Profile Tips That Will Make You Stand Out

    Ella Ubaldo
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:49 am
    Of all the social platforms, LinkedIn is the be all and end all, at least in terms of professional networks. It’s an online community that is home to millions of members and countless big brands. In fact, one in three professionals on the planet is on LinkedIn. So what do these stats mean for you? Well, basically, if you want [...] The post 5 LinkedIn Profile Tips That Will Make You Stand Out appeared first on Dialed in Local.
  • Facebook Advertising: How to Do It the Right Way

    Ella Ubaldo
    15 Jun 2015 | 5:38 am
    Believe it or not, Facebook is about more than posting snapshots of your lunch and sharing selfies. No, really. With over 936 million daily active users worldwide spending an average of 40 minutes a day perusing the social network, Facebook also happens to be one of the most powerful marketing tools for businesses. Beyond simply setting up a page and [...] The post Facebook Advertising: How to Do It the Right Way appeared first on Dialed in Local.
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    Techtunerpage

  • High PR DoFollow .ORG Backlinks List

    masudulislamsajal
    21 Jun 2015 | 10:15 am
    High PR DoFollow .ORG Backlinks List There are different type of backlinks. Following are all .org sites that you can create backlinks from, and most of them will give you dofollow backlinks. Besides of high pr domain backlinks, .org and .edu backlinks are worth way more than regular .com or .net backlinks. Because they tend The post High PR DoFollow .ORG Backlinks List appeared first on Techtunerpage.
  • Why Do Sites Rank High on Google When They Aren’t Optimized?

    masudulislamsajal
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Have you ever wondered why some sites rank high on Google when they aren’t optimized for search engines? Or even worse, when they barely have any backlinks? I’ve been asked this question a lot over the last few months, so I thought I would write a blog post explaining why that happens. Here’s why some The post Why Do Sites Rank High on Google When They Aren’t Optimized? appeared first on Techtunerpage.
  • 4 CPM Advertising Programs To Make Money From Blog

    masudulislamsajal
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:13 am
    CPM (Cost per Thousand Impression) based advertisements are good solution to earn income with your blog. CPM promoting pays you according to effects of advertisement. An impression suggests a single instance of advertising campaign appearing on your blog so that even if your readers are not exploring your blog CPM Ads, in that case also The post 4 CPM Advertising Programs To Make Money From Blog appeared first on Techtunerpage.
  • Will you Get AdSense Account with Subdomain?

    masudulislamsajal
    25 Apr 2015 | 1:16 pm
    I’ve been asked this question again and again that “Can I get AdSense approval with Subdomain? “ Before we have a tendency to dive to induce the solution here some info concerning Subdomain. Subdomain: A subdomain may be a domain that’s a region of a prime level domain. For example: Blogspot.com is a superb level The post Will you Get AdSense Account with Subdomain? appeared first on Techtunerpage.
  • Now Lets Download Your Google Search History

    masudulislamsajal
    22 Apr 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Did you recognize that Google currently allows you to download your Google search history? This was noticed by the company’s unofficial operating system blog, and conjointly noted by Venturebeat. “You will download all of your saved search history a list an inventory of the terms you’ve explore for. This gives you access to your knowledge The post Now Lets Download Your Google Search History appeared first on Techtunerpage.
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    Ethical SEO Consulting

  • Google Maps Now Warns You If You Won’t Get to Your Destination before They Close

    Casey Meraz
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Google just released another update to Android users of Google Maps, adding yet another axis of utility to the already indispensable tool. If you are like most Maps users, you […] The post Google Maps Now Warns You If You Won’t Get to Your Destination before They Close appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • The Problem with Call Tracking and a Solution

    John Van Bockern
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:47 pm
    Call Tracking Can be a Major Issue for Local SEO if Used Improperly. Here’s Why: Call tracking systems use javascript to display numbers dynamically depending on where the visitor came. […] The post The Problem with Call Tracking and a Solution appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • Google My Business Update: Enhanced Photos

    Casey Meraz
    24 Feb 2015 | 11:29 am
    One thing that is certain in local search is change. Today I noticed on the Local Search Forum that Google Upgraded their My Business page in the photos department. From […] The post Google My Business Update: Enhanced Photos appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • SEO For Realtors in 2015: Where You Should Be Focusing

    Casey Meraz
    9 Feb 2015 | 11:22 pm
    Recently I have been traveling quite a bit speaking at different events across the country to present a variety of marketing topics. One of the more recent events took place […] The post SEO For Realtors in 2015: Where You Should Be Focusing appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
  • Spammers Keep Spamming Local Listings

    Casey Meraz
    11 Dec 2014 | 7:13 pm
    Warning: This is mostly just a rant If there is one thing I’ve learned over and over again in SEO it’s that spammers will keep on spamming. Back in July […] The post Spammers Keep Spamming Local Listings appeared first on Ethical SEO Consulting.
 
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    Voted #1 Miami SEO Company

  • Advanced Social Media Analytics: Driving Traffic With Data

    Ryan Stewart
    28 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    If you have questions, I’m happy to answer them. The best way to reach me is via Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/digitalmarketinghelp/ Looking for KPI suggestions? Check out my mega list of 50+ meaningful KPIs: http://webris.org/50-digital-marketing-kpis-analytics-demystified/ [Video] TL;DW (Too Long, Didn’t Watch) I always lead off with social proof because it’s important to understand what I’m going to tell you works. Over the last 3 months I’ve driven almost 16,000 visits from social media. Oh, and they’re all FREE. To be honest, I…
  • Steal Our High Converting SEO Proposal

    Ryan Stewart
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Ever wonder what your competitors put in their SEO proposals? I’m about to show you. In this post, I’ll cover: How to better qualify leads for higher close rates. Page by page the exact SEO proposal we use that has a lifetime close rate of 80%. A link to download the template – free, of course! To get the proposal template please visit our Facebook Group: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PROPOSAL. The proposal is pinned to the top of the group – simply click and download. Pre Qualifying Leads… We don’t send out a lot of proposals. The one we use is 35+ pages…
  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Broken Link Building

    Ryan Stewart
    7 Jun 2015 | 7:44 pm
    I’m trying to master white hat link building – one tactic at a time. Last month it was landing online press, this month it’s broken link building. I was working hard at it…but… Have you ever done it? Broken link building is a fucking drag. It’s a ridiculously time consuming task: Prospecting. Using search operators to find the right websites. Then, clicking through to each result and checking if it’s relevant. Repeating this process, over and over, to build a list of potential prospects. Dead link checking. Checking relevant content for dead links…
  • Link Tip (#8): How to Build Proper Anchor Text Ratios

    Ryan Stewart
    3 Jun 2015 | 9:58 am
    I just parted ways with a client over anchor text. They hired me to build white hat links – guest blogging, outreach, broken link building, etc. After I landed a few on authority websites, I got an email from them regarding the link anchors: “We are looking to dilute our anchor text profile. We hired you to build white hat links – anchor texts should ONLY contain our brand name! Anything else is manipulation and we will get penalized by Google.” I broke off the working relationship. Don’t tell me how to do my job and I won’t call you an idiot. On second…
  • Link Tip (#7): DoFollow Link from Authority Travel Blog

    Ryan Stewart
    28 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    My apologies, it’s been almost 2 weeks since my last weekly link tip update – I’ve been busy. To make up for it I’m bringing you a powerhouse – a DA 70 travel blog. If you’re looking for lifestyle, food, travel, work from home and hospitality related links, this site is perfect: Domain Authority of 70 Trust Flow of 65 Contextual links Do Follow links Here’s the link to the site and my live post: Creating Your Link Getting your link live is straight forward so this isn’t going to be a 2,000 word guide. However, these sites are aware they’re…
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    Search Factory

  • Social Media for Business: 5 Platforms to Consider

    Teagan West
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:29 pm
    Social media is perhaps the easiest and most cost-effective marketing tool that your business can implement. However, many are not using it to its greatest potential. After all, social media platforms are free to join and use and the benefits can be extraordinary if you use it well. Having social media accounts linked to your business and brand can achieve many goals: Help to build your collection of online assets Establish trust and loyalty with your customers Give the brand credibility Attract customers Increase sales and revenue Provide a platform to connect with your current customers…
  • 8 Quick SEO Wins for any Website

    Alex Chapman
    21 Jun 2015 | 5:39 pm
    SEO isn’t as simple as optimising a few pages to rank for your main keywords anymore, and it hasn’t been for quite some time. With over 200 ranking factors and regular algorithmic changes you have to ensure your website’s performing well across all fronts, and it most cases this means having a well defined strategy that will  take time to implement. Starting a new SEO project is an exciting time, but one thing that can be difficult is to manage client expectations against the results. People are well educated on the expected progress of a campaign and are told that sustainable results…
  • Digital Weekly Wrap-up – June 19th 2015

    The Search Factory Team
    18 Jun 2015 | 10:48 pm
    AdWords updates, slow to load warning labels, verified Pinterest accounts and more. Catch up with this week’s highlights in the digital space! WHAT’S NEW IN SEM THIS WEEK? TrueView & AdWords for Video are Merging into the Main Google AdWords Frontend It’s time to update your AdWords Editor. From the end of June, version 10.6 or older will no longer be supported. From the 1st of July, advertisers will need to use AdWords Editor 11 to ensure ongoing functionality of this software. Get upgrading now! Read more here! Reminder: AdWords Upgraded URLs Deadline is the 1st July The…
  • What you need to know about Instagram’s new ‘Buy’ button

    Tara Kingi
    18 Jun 2015 | 12:16 am
    Instagram, or ‘the gram’ as it is affectionately referred to by some, announced in a recent blog post that it is about to become shoppable. The struggle of awkwardly trying to copy and paste links into another browser will no longer be real. Instead, users will be able to rack up their credit cards with greater efficiency and convenience by clicking a neat little call to action (CTA) button on sponsored content. Insta knows not everyone is trying to sell a tangible product and so, offers four CTA options: 1. Shop Now 2. Install Now 3. Sign Up 4. Learn More Source These buttons…
  • Ways to Critically Evaluate Your Content Marketing Efforts

    Luke Richardson
    14 Jun 2015 | 5:40 pm
    As content marketers, our key objectives focus on producing material to cater to your audience. We are dedicated to the idea of making digital content shine. Let me set the scene for you. Pretend you’ve whipped up some of your best content to date that you’ve just released via the world wide web. Cue the wait for content domination… While this is effectively the nuts and bolts of content marketing, most forget one of the key elements of any effective marketing campaign – to critically evaluate efforts and outcomes. There is a tendency to neglect this stage of the cycle…
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  • Evolution Of SEO Trends Over 25 Years

    AKS RAJ
    24 Jun 2015 | 11:13 pm
    Columnist Thomas Stern invites you to take a trip through the history of search engine optimization as we know it, as well as a brief glimpse into the futureIn the beginning, there was light. Chances are, as the first signs of SEO emerged alongside the dawn of the Internet, few would have predicted the vast impact it would have on daily life such a short time later. ....... Read More:- http://searchengineland.com/evolution-seo-trends-25-years-223424By Thomas Ster
  • 100+ Tested UK Classified Site List

    AKS RAJ
    13 Jun 2015 | 4:40 am
    Are you going to promote your business in UK? And want to submit classified? And looking for good UK classified site list? Here I give a list of UK classified site list that help you to post your ad in UK. In this list there are some site don’t need to registration but some are needs. According to me the site need registration is good for SEO, without registration site just save your time but it is not easy to track them. Well this list has both. Please don’t forget to give your opinion as in comment.   http://inetgiant.com http://yelldirect.com http://Qype.co.uk…
  • Get Ready To Start Earn Money

    AKS RAJ
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:30 pm
    Good news for hind blogger who want to Google adsence for their hind blog, now Google add hind language in adsense. Now hind blogger apply in adsence for approvalFrom long time hind blogger wants to Google adsence approve account for their hind blog but it is bound for some language only but it is now Good news for hind blogger who want to Google adsence for their hind blog, now Google add hind language in adsense. Now hind blogger apply in adsence for approval.Everyone who is a hind speaker but want to earn money through adsence but not have good command on English can earn money through…
  • 407 Social Bookmarking Site List

    AKS RAJ
    4 Jun 2015 | 12:41 am
    We SEOs always need social bookmarking site list for maintain SEO task. Now you 407 Social Bookmarking Site List for your work you also post comment for performing blog commenting task. My blog helps all SEOs. Now enjoy 407 Social Bookmarking Site List. http://delicious.com http://slashdot.org http://stumbleupon.com http://diigo.com http://twitter.com http://folkd.com http://bibsonomy.org http://tumblr.com http://pinterest.com http://chime.in http://scoop.it http://jodohkita.info http://auth.dudu.com http://hitsliker.com http://buzzbookmark.com http://bookmarkingcentral.com…
  • Top 25 Blog Creation Site List

    AKS RAJ
    3 Jun 2015 | 2:40 am
    For SEO point of view blog is a important task to get a quality back links. There are many sites that offer to create blog or you can say free third party sub domain websites. Yes, basically blogs are subdomain website. You can manage it as you want you can treat them like a website. You can edit there code you can fix their Meta and title also. But there are some blogging website not gives you such freedom like Blogger and Wordpress. There you submit your post only. Here I give you some top blogging site list. Top blog creation website list.  http://wordpress.com    …
 
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  • What to do when your link building campaign fails

    rssadmin
    18 Jun 2015 | 6:27 am
    New infographic today! Weeks have gone by and no improvement in your rankings! Here’s what you can do to fix that! Check out our lates infographic/checklist, or scroll down for textual version. Check and fix your on-page SEO. Use your own on-page SEO knowledge or contact us about on-page SEO service Start your Title META tag with your main keyword. It’s simple, but good practice. Use keyword rich domains if possible. It won’t rank your site and do all the job for you, but it can be helpful. Don’t over do it. If your keyword is 40 characters long, don’t use whole keyword in your…
  • Google Quality Update – What Happened, Who Was Affected And How To Recover

    rssadmin
    11 Jun 2015 | 4:41 am
    At the end of April and beginning of May, Google had a mysterious update that they didn’t say anything about, nor did they notify the public, some even called it Phantom update. Many webmasters and site owners all around the world notice significant movements and decreases in their traffic, without them making any changes on the site or in their SEO campaign. We are happy to say that building links and improving your backlink profile has nothing to do with this update It has to do with the general site quality, or at least what Google says is quality. I found an example of a…
  • SEO Metrics Explained: Social Signals, Outbound Links, Google Page Rank, Domain Age

    rssadmin
    3 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    After explaining the metrics from major SEO sites, Moz and Majestic, we’re continuing with more “general” metrics that are also important, easy to track and will help you with your overall SEO.  Social Signals are getting more and more important lately. Outbound Links and Backlinks Count are a part of link building campaign, while Google Page Rank is an “oldie but goldie” with less and less impact but still a good metric to check. Lastly, we included Domain Age that could be important when you’re trying to build high quality links. So, let’s start.
  • SEO Metrics Explained: Moz Metrics

    rssadmin
    28 May 2015 | 4:47 am
    In last week’s blog we started a series of posts that will explain the most important SEO metrics. We started with metrics from Majestic.com, a well established SEO tool. This week we have another established SEO site called Moz. They are well known in SEO circles, providing great tools and innovations. They developed several metrics over the years, Moz Rank, Page and Domain Authority, Moz Trust.  Today we’ll tell you more about them, what they mean, how they are measured and how you can use them to your advantage. Just so we don’t mention it every time, all these metrics…
  • SEO Metrics Explained: Majestic.com Trust And Citation Flow

    rssadmin
    22 May 2015 | 3:54 am
    SEO metrics are something that you should always have in mind when working on your backlink profile and building links. In all of our campaigns, we check the most important metrics for all of our links. Those include Majestic.com’s Trust and Citation Flow, MozRank, Page and Domain Age, Google Page Rank, number of external links, existence of „bad words“ on the site, and more. For someone who’s new to SEO or link building, these might sound weird and don’t really mean anything. We talked about metrics in general before, but decided to introduce each one separately and…
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  • 24 Easy Copywriting Tweaks That Can Boost Your Sales Today

    solomon
    18 Jun 2015 | 3:00 am
    When it comes to marketing, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel in order to get astonishing results. The modern ‘greats’ of copywriting all take heavy cues from their successful predecessors; tweaking and optimizing what has already been proven to work exceptionally well. This ‘recycling’ of tried and tested methodologies is something you should look to adopt for your own business. With that in mind, we’re going to introduce you to a number of highly effective copywriting tweaks that are all but guaranteed to boost conversions dramatically.
  • What to Consider When Looking for a Good SEO Partner

    Ben Graves
    16 Jun 2015 | 7:46 am
    When you’re searching for that ideal SEO company to work with, there are certain things to consider in order to determine if the company you’re thinking of working with is the right fit. An SEO company that is truly working in your favor should act like a partner, treating your business with the same kind of care that they provide their own. Here are some elements that will separate SEO “partners” from simple vendors. What to consider when looking for a good #SEO partnerClick To Tweet Is the Company a Long-Term Partner or a Temporary Provider? Progress in your…
  • How To Utilize CTAs Within Your Brand Videos

    Rebecca Barbarek
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:39 am
    Video is on the rise and being utilized as a form of online marketing for a variety of businesses. It has grown rapidly in popularity due to its engagement level and high conversion rates. According to Unruly, the enjoyment of video increases purchase intent by 97% and brand association by 139%. These numbers alone show what a positive impact video content has in the world of online marketing. This is no surprise considering the fact that the human mind is just naturally drawn to video because of how quickly information can be gathered from it. A study provided by Social Media Today shows…
  • Supercharge Your Small Business’ Online Presence With Google Analytics

    solomon
    2 Jun 2015 | 7:22 am
    If you’re a small business owner looking to maximize the impact of your website and online presence, you need Google Analytics. It is the most effective and straightforward way to see what you’re doing right, what you’re doing wrong, and what you need to be doing next. Maximize the impact of your website and online presence with Google Analytics  #smbClick To Tweet Analytics will show you the essential facts about your audience, who they are and where they’re from. But most importantly, it will show you how they’re using your website and whether it’s having the intended…
  • 5 Downright Lies From Organic SEO Firms Small Businesses Should Look Out For

    solomon
    2 Jun 2015 | 1:51 am
    Search Engine Optimization is one of the most frequently mentioned requirements for website content. Your site needs to be optimized to ensure the highest visibility on search engines, and therefore attract more visitors and customers. But if you’re seeking expertise from SEO agencies, don’t be duped by unrealistic claims or caught out by questionable techniques—they could have devastating consequences for your businesses. Don’t be duped by shady #SEO firms. Here are 5 lies they might be telling youClick To Tweet This post will highlight some of the lies that organic SEO…
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  • 500+ Huge Facebook Groups List

    Sita Gabriel
    4 Jun 2015 | 9:32 am
    Web Design, SEO, Magazin Online, Promovare Web - Sita Gabriel %%BLOGDESKLINK%% You can find over 500 groups. What could you do with it? promote your facebook page promote your website (receive traffic) join groups for bloggers where you can chat with other bloggers. extract the emails from each group and email them your offer. exchange likes and shares and so on. Download 500+ Huge Facebook Groups List  500+ Huge Facebook Groups List Sita Gabriel.
  • Wondershare MobileTrans: Phone Transfer Tool

    Sita Gabriel
    28 May 2015 | 2:21 am
    Web Design, SEO, Magazin Online, Promovare Web - Sita Gabriel %%BLOGDESKLINK%% With Wondershare MobileTrans you can transfer the following: videos apps text messages contacts photos calendar music between Android, Nokia (Symbian) phones, iPhone and BlackBerry – with just one click. Check out this intro video, you will like it: It’s compatible withiOS 8.3, iTunes 12.1, and Android 5.0 Lollipop. MobileTrans – Until you use it, you never realized just how much you needed it! – From PCWorld, 11/14/2013 How to Transfer Contacts 1-Click Phone Transfer If you want to…
  • Free Udemy Courses for You (May 2015)

    Sita Gabriel
    27 May 2015 | 7:10 am
    Web Design, SEO, Magazin Online, Promovare Web - Sita Gabriel %%BLOGDESKLINK%% $50,000 Ebook Publishing Empire: Amazon Kindle Publishing https://www.udemy.com/kindle-publishing/?couponCode=REVIEWME Showcasing an Invention https://www.udemy.com/inventor/?couponCode=freebinvent Habit Alchemy: How I Use TASC for $100k Biz, Dating, Fitness https://www.udemy.com/habit-alchemy-tasc-business-relationships-dating-health-fitness-energy/?couponCode=FREEHABITCOURSE Crush Online Micro Stakes Poker: The Complete Mastery Guide https://www.udemy.com/crush-online-micro-stakes-poker/?couponCode=GetItFree…
  • 10 Free WordPress Landing Pages (Plugins)

    Sita Gabriel
    27 May 2015 | 3:14 am
    Web Design, SEO, Magazin Online, Promovare Web - Sita Gabriel %%BLOGDESKLINK%% Hey guys, landing pages are the subject for this article as they can help you convert your traffic into customers if you design a good quality landing page with information, photos or videos. Most of the designers and website owners must pay special attention to landing pages. Luckily WordPress comes with resources to help you create beautiful and eye catching and converting landing pages with the help of plugins. With them you can create awesome and effective landing pages which will ultimately capture leads for…
  • FREE SEO BLUEPRINT + FREE SOFTWARE: Rank 100+ Laser Targeted Keywords In 1 Month

    Sita Gabriel
    26 May 2015 | 10:34 am
    Web Design, SEO, Magazin Online, Promovare Web - Sita Gabriel %%BLOGDESKLINK%% SEO BLUEPRINT + FREE SOFTWARE: Rank 100+ Laser Targeted Keywords In 1 Month Category: Marketing WHAT’S IN THE COURSE? Over 24 lectures and 42 mins of content! Expert In Keyword Research Find 100+ Easy Ranking Keywords Can Rank #1 In Google And Other Search Engine Get Laser Targeted Keywords On Any Niche Can Start Website And Rank On Any Category COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 5 to 10 Good Articles On The Website. Have A WordPress Blog Or Any Other Web 2.0 (Example: Blospot. Youtube,etc) The Website Must Have Some…
 
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  • The 5 Stages of Blog Growth: How Your Traffic Tactics Should Change as You Grow

    Neil Patel
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    If you know exactly what you’re doing, you can build a blog that gets over 100,000 visitors per month in less than year—from scratch. Chances are, however, you don’t know exactly what you need to do to achieve that, but that’s okay. The fact that you’re here and ready to learn means that one day, you will know what you need to do to create a fully sustainable business from your blog. Another factor is the time it takes. Some of you may be able to build a thriving blog in a year, while others may take two, three, or even five years. During this journey, your blog will progress…
  • How to Get Your First 1000 Followers on Pinterest

    Neil Patel
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Although there isn’t much talk about Pinterest these days, it doesn’t mean you should ignore it. It’s actually one of the highest converting social sites on the web… especially for e-commerce related products. But how do you get started on Pinterest? Well, to get you off and running, I’ve decided to create an infographic that breaks down how to get your first 1,000 followers on Pinterest. Click on the image below to see a larger view: Click here to view an enlarged version of this infographic. Conclusion If you aren’t on Pinterest, you are missing out. Brands are spending big…
  • How to Write Emails Your Subscribers Can’t Wait to Open

    Neil Patel
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    The job of a marketer isn’t easy. You need to create great content, promote it, and then convert your hard-earned traffic into email subscribers. Because email is 40 times more effective than social media in customer acquisition, it can’t be ignored. But your work doesn’t stop there either. You need to cultivate a relationship with your subscribers if you want them to ever buy from you. In order to do that, you need your subscribers to not just tolerate your emails but to actually get excited about the next email you send them. The average email open rate depends on the industry,…
  • The Day After: 11 Things to Do After You Publish a Post

    Neil Patel
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Clicking the “Publish” button is one of the highlights of my day. Working hard on a post and then putting it out there to help others is extremely rewarding. It’s one of the main reasons why I continue to write so much. But it’s not the only reason… Content marketing remains one of the most effective strategies to grow a blog—any blog. Eighty-six percent of marketers in North America use content marketing, and 71% of marketers (overall) are planning to increase spending on content marketing.  Creating great content is an extremely important part of any successful content…
  • Why We Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook

    Neil Patel
    19 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Have you ever wondered why people enjoy liking, commenting, and sharing on Facebook? If you haven’t, you should. Why? Because understanding why people enjoy doing these things will help you generate more Facebook traffic. So, if you want to get more Facebook traffic, first you need to understand what motivates people to use Facebook. I’ve created this infographic to help you gain that understanding: Click on the image below to see a larger view: Click here to view an enlarged version of this infographic. Conclusion When it comes to generating traffic from Facebook, I’ve seen…
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  • Small Business Web Design: The Basics of a Winning Website

    Adam Chapman
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:49 am
    A good website is a must for any business. It doesn’t matter how big or small you are. Today, you need an online platform. Perhaps you already have a website but it isn’t doing anything for you. No one’s visiting, buying, or clicking. Or maybe you’re banging your head against a wall trying to build a site that works. Frustrating, isn’t it? To make your life easier, whether you’re fighting with a failing website, or building one from scratch, we’ve put together a guide to the basics of building a winning website. Discover everything that your site needs to do well using our…
  • 35 Experts Share Their Top Digital Marketing Tip For Start-Up Small Businesses

    Helen Geraghty
    5 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    The internet can be a complicated landscape for small businesses with limited resources to navigate and conquer, particularly for those that aren’t very tech-savvy… At Add People we specialise in helping small and medium-sized businesses; so we thought it’d be a great idea to create a resource full of helpful tips for those just starting their online journey. Ever looked back at something you’ve done and wished you’d known before what you know now? Use the advice in this blog to learn from other people’s mistakes and experiences and get a head start with your online business…
  • How to Use Psychology to Improve Your Website’s Performance

    Helen Geraghty
    29 May 2015 | 4:05 am
    Are you losing customers because of something as simple as the colour of a button on your website, or the positioning of your text? Although you may not realise it, every decision that you make online is probably influenced to some degree by simple, ingrained, psychological factors that you’re not even aware of. As the online marketplace continues to grow and develop at a rapid rate it’s important for small businesses to make their online presence as strong as possible to help them to stand out from the crowd. Countless experiments have been performed by businesses all over the world to…
  • 22 Fatal Mistakes Small Businesses Make When First Starting Out Online

    Kathryn Graham
    8 May 2015 | 4:06 am
    There are an overwhelming number of factors to consider when setting up a small business; from annual strategies to daily communications; it can be difficult to know where to start. As there is so much to consider, it is more important than that you decide which tasks should be prioritised and which are optional. Putting the effort in from the beginning is guaranteed to make your life easier and your business more successful in the future. Every small business owner knows that the key to success is belief, dedication and a clear aim. We’ve come up with a list of 22 fatal mistakes to avoid…
  • Add People In The Top 10 Agencies In Google’s Grow Local Challenge

    Helen Geraghty
    7 May 2015 | 8:51 am
    (Image source: Google) When Google announced that we were in the top 10 Google Partner Agencies for all of our hard work championing their Grow Local challenge we were absolutely over the moon; all our hard work had paid off! To give you a bit of background info, Grow Local is an initiative that Google came up with to encourage Google Partner agencies like us to work with local businesses to help them to grow and succeed online. Of course we jumped onboard with a great deal of enthusiasm as the initiative is the perfect match for our business as we’ve been committed to helping, small and…
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  • Search Engine Optimization: Why Your Business Needs It

    Tahir Marfani
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:23 am
    Whether your business is a startup or a large establishment, a website isn’t enough to get noticed among the millions of other business websites out there. Search engines can help customers find what they need online with the simple click of a button. But how does your business website get noticed by the people and climb up the Search Engine Results Page? To have your website up on the SERP and create online brand awareness, Search Engine Optimization a basic necessity. What Is Search Engine Optimization? Search Engine Optimization or SEO is a combination of multiple techniques that…
  • Ethical SEO Practices That You Should Know

    Tahir Marfani
    18 Jun 2015 | 3:43 am
    Search Engine Optimization has gained tremendous popularity in the past decade, as businesses all over the world are competing on the global platform to increase their visibility and boost their revenues. If you have a business website, you know exactly how tough it is to have your website highlighted in the SERP (search engine ranking page). However, not all forms of SEO benefits your online visibility, and some under the table techniques may even compel the search engines to penalize your website. To keep your website up on the SERP and increase organic traffic, you must adhere to ethical…
  • The SEO Benefits Of Ad Retargeting

    Tahir Marfani
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    Businesses have come a long way from local ads to sophisticated online marketing and using their Web presence to funnel in customers. SEO has been one of the main tools to do this and with these latest emerging techniques such as Ad retargeting; businesses are drastically improving their conversion rates and their inbound marketing campaign ROI. What is Retargeting? Ad Retargeting is a new technique that offers a wonderful opportunity for businesses that provide a new angle to the online marketing campaign and help reach the targeted demographic with pinpoint accuracy. Businesses utilize…
  • Local SEO Vs National SEO: Knowing The Difference

    Tahir Marfani
    3 May 2015 | 11:12 pm
    The world of Search Engine Optimization has been a popularly growing field of internet technology. With more and more businesses, corporations and organizations recognizing the importance of online web presence, SEO has become a vital part of every online business marketing strategy. Business all over the world realizes that a strong online presence easily translates to improved revenues soon or later. Strategies for search engine optimization can be applied to every kind of local and online business, but there are different strategies that have been designed according to the type of the…
  • The Best SEO For Your Business

    Tahir Marfani
    2 May 2015 | 10:22 am
    Search Engine Optimization forms an important element for all business entrepreneurs, whether is in a local business or an online business. Your business website can be your whole source of revenue and also make a big impact of the customer generation for your local outlets. A dedicated activity of SEO for your website can ensure that it is within reach of the people through the search engines and help you multiply your revenues innumerably. If you have a local business and don’t feel the need to give in to the trend of online marketing and search engine optimization, you might give away…
 
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  • Vanity Public Relations: Is The Social Media ‘Like’ Obsession Worth it?

    Lisa Buyer
    19 Jun 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Social Media Likes. In sickness and in health, ‘til death do us part, for business and pleasure: it’s safe to say that we have a semi-psychotic obsession with getting likes on social media. Facebook Page and Post likes, Instagram likes, LinkedIn likes, Pinterest likes — you name it, we want the likes. The Meaning and […] Related posts: Survey Says Social Media is the New Black: Public Relations Vice to Habit +1 This for #PR! Google+ and +1 Pushes Online Public Relations Social Media Profile Picture Worth 1000 Keywords
  • Why Public Relations and SEO Go Together: Tips, Truths, Tools, and Faves

    Lisa Buyer
    10 Jun 2015 | 3:28 pm
    If you want to get the most out of public relations, there’s a thing or two (or 20, really) about SEO to consider. Did you know that search engines are the most trusted source for finding and validating news, according to the 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer? Translated: If your brand’s news isn’t showing up in Google […] Related posts: Tools and Tips to Get Quoted by the Media as an Expert Source How SEO Public Relations Influences Google’s Click Through Rate 10 Ways Public Relations Can Improve Web Sites
  • How To Add Time and Happiness To Your Social Media Life

    Lisa Buyer
    13 May 2015 | 7:51 am
    Having time..the story of my social media life. How about yours? Considering there is a finite number of hours (24 to be exact) available in the day and eight to 10 of those should be dedicated to sleeping, that leaves us 14-16 hours to work, eat and play. Look at those three categories: work, eat […] Related posts: When Search Results are Murder; Balance Social Media, Optimize Life Lisa Buyer on ClickZ: Better PR, Search Results, and Happiness Using Social Media Social PR Chat with @MartyWeintraub: Business, Blogs, Books and Life
  • SEO Writing Secrets for Social Media: The Bruce Clay Way

    Lisa Buyer
    6 May 2015 | 5:31 am
    We recently sat down for an awesome Q&A session on SEO Writing (search engine optimization)  and SMO (social media optimization) writing with the team behind the SEO powerhouse company Bruce Clay, Inc. Virginia, Kristi, and Mindy are all super savvy when it comes to the latest and greatest tips and trends for SEO writing and […] Related posts: [5 Star Book Review] Content Marketing Strategies for Professionals by Bruce Clay, Murray Newlands with 13 Digital Experts #SES Chicago Spin, Search and Social: Lisa Buyer’s #PR + Optimized Writing Workshop SEM Synergy Podcast: Lisa…
  • Social Media Stress: I Have a Mobile App for That

    Lisa Buyer
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:19 pm
    If you’re in the social media biz, chances are you suffer from social media stress and nomophobia. Say what? It’s the fear of being without your mobile phone. Even Google sees the seriousness of this lifestyle condition giving website owners a mobile-”friendly” ultimatum. For me, my iPhone is more than an addiction. It’s how I […] Related posts: Mobile PR Audit Tips: 4 Examples of How Mobile Impacts Your Brand Instagram for #PR: Mobile Photography Tips Tell a News Story Mobile #PR Etiquette: Put Your Phone Down #PYPD (Video)
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  • The 7 Great Tips For Redesigning A Logo

    Arunshory M
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:01 pm
    When you redesign a logo, you might want to take a look at the following infographic. The folks at Company Folders have created an infographic, folder boutique, which detail some of the positive examples that you can emulate for inspiration. Now that you’ve seen what not to do when redesigning a logo, here I’ve listed some famous companies that got it right explore from this infographic. Fandango The Fandango logo is now much more than meets the eye. The “F” for Fandango has always been a ticket stub, but now there’s a second letter “F” made from the negative space. It creates…
  • Infographic: 20 Productivity Apps to Keep You on Task

    Arunshory M
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:29 am
    We all want more time to finish our work, handle uninteresting tasks and check off items from our ever expanding to-dos. The problem is the day is no longer, and our responsibility is ever growing. This infographic rounded up twenty productivity apps can give you — and, yes, your boss, too — a leg up on putting your most organized, efficient professional foot forward. So take a deep breath and know you’re one step closer to getting the most out of each day, with more time to dedicate to what matters most to you. You can also use efficiency apps to sharpen your focus before a big…
  • Dreamweaver, Photoshop, After Effects & More: Your Cheat Sheet for Adobe Keyboard Shortcuts [Infographic]

    Arunshory M
    13 Jun 2015 | 5:53 am
    Adobe has implemented a ton of keyword shortcuts designed to help speed up the process so you can get your social images, infographics, videos, or ebooks out faster. Designers, here’s a useful cheat sheet that will come in handy the next time you’re editing files in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Fireworks, Flash, Premiere Pro, and After Effects. Check out the infographic below from Setupablogtoday.com, which contains over 100 keyboard shortcuts for seven of the most frequently used Adobe Creative Cloud programs. Additionally here I’ve listed three bonus cheat sheet for Dreamweaver,…
  • Infographic: How to Write Better Titles Using Data-Driven Strategies

    Arunshory M
    5 Jun 2015 | 9:21 am
    Writing better blog post titles is going to help improve your click-through rate, and more people engaging with your content will result in more leads, sales and revenue for your business. Your blog post titles are responsible for your click-through rate. A great title will have a higher click-through rate, including bracketed clarification, photo, and who in the headline. While a horrible blog title will pull a low CTR, includes tip, magic, free, need, simple, credit and cure. The title is the first part of your content that a potential visitor will be exposed to. It can be responsible for…
  • Cloud Computing: The Rise of the Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud (Infographic)

    Arunshory M
    30 May 2015 | 10:38 am
    A recent study suggests that private and hybrid cloud computing is on the rise. Most companies are adopting multi-cloud strategies than in previous years. 1) 82% of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy (up 9% since 2014), 10% use a single public cloud and 5% use a single private cloud. Of the multi-cloud strategies, 14% of enterprises use multiple private clouds, 13% use multiple public clouds, and 55% use hybrid clouds. —Rightscale.com 2) “In looking at the primary preferred execution venue for the next two years across a range of enterprise workload categories, 56% of workloads…
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  • 5 Best Email Marketing Tools for Beginners – Top list

    admin
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:08 am
    Best Email Marketing Services One Must See: Top list | Email marketing is one of the necessary services for every blog or websites. It is very important to have an Email marketing services for growing your business or blogs in the world of internet. There are many Best Email Marketing Services or company that will not only help you grow your blog or websites but it will help you make better business in the internet. There is more than billions of internet user everyday surfing through mobiles, tablets or Pc and all of them will have Email service personally. Email is the only services that…
  • Benefits Of Long Term Blogging and Short Term Blogging

    admin
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:32 am
    Hello readers You are Awesome! After a long time coming  up with an awesome article regarding blogging! Many readers asked me about long term and event blogs, which one I prefer? Which methods helps to earn more bucks in short time? Blah Blah Blah….:P So I planned to share the benefits of Long Vs Short Term Blogging Hope you guys will love it and do share your suggestion down below in comment box! Here we start, There are various advantages and disadvantage of choosing the platform, niche for your upcoming blog or currently live blog. Some choose blogging as a full time career enjoying…
  • 12 Creative Content Marketing Ideas That Won’t Require a Blog – #infographic

    admin
    1 May 2015 | 4:44 am
    Quality content that isn’t require a blog. Every blog need some creative contents but those content may not give the needed message and it just a noise of the internet. If that content is well SEO optimized and on its engagement in different manner. Anyhow what will be the different from other contents? You can find many quality contents around the web and among them your blog post too! So to make you simple on your content to stand out from quality formatted blogs! Here in this post I’m gonna share 12 creative content marketing ides for your blog. Yeah, this is on infographic…
  • Quickest Way to Build PR9 Backlinks from Top Social Websites

    admin
    30 Apr 2015 | 9:32 am
    For better ranking in Google Search Engine and on other search engines you need to do good Search Engine Optimization for your blog. If you are expert in SEO, I mean On-Page SEO, Off-page SEO and other SEO tactics then no one can beat your blog on ranking On the other end, you need to create High Quality backlinks! Earlier I have written a method to Create Quality Web 2.0 Backlinks for Free. So do check it and come back here to know another method to create High Quality Backlinks! Yes, in this post I’m going to share a coolest method to Build PR9 Backlinks from Popular Social Networking…
  • Twitter + Google “Firehose” Search Integration Deal Again

    admin
    29 Apr 2015 | 2:46 pm
    As per some online rumors, Twitter “Firehose” confirms Google deal and it may arrive soon, may be on May month! Earlier, Twitter CEO says that Twitter is working with Apple and it is because of adding Twitter content to spolight search on Max OS X and on iOS. And he also said, durin Twitters Q1 earnings call today and it to be intergrated and a big update will be done in May. But he didn’t give any accurate date to share. While sharing this, he didn’t elaborate the next move of intergration with Apple as same for Google too! And he first acknowldged in February about…
 
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  • Boost your SEO Efforts with a Hotfrog Australia Listing

    Nathanael Vanderkolk
    14 Jun 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Local SEO is definitely a plus for any brick and mortar store, but very frankly, just about any business will benefit from additional local exposure. In this respect, Hotfrog is one local directory that you can showcase or list your business on; it gives your company or retail operations more exposure. This is one of the few Australian directories that approve only genuine quality businesses. At Smart SEO this becomes an integral part of our other SEO techniques that help spotlight your location on Google. What is Hotfrog Australia? Hotfrog Australia is essentially a free online business…
  • Studies Indicate That Mobile Ads Can Get You More Conversions

    Nathanael Vanderkolk
    31 May 2015 | 6:34 pm
    This is what a recent study conducted by Marin Software claims. The study indicates that Smartphones are the latest media that you must use to reach your mobile audience, who not only uses them just for staying connected but also for making financial decisions. As more and more people are becoming dependant on mobile internet, scope of mobile ads is on a rise. When utilised appropriately, these devices can contribute to about 30% of your conversion! 30% is a big share and therefore, you must not ignore this medium while preparing your marketing budget. Most businesses haven’t yet taken…
  • Is your Business Website in Sync with the Mobilegeddon Update?

    Nathanael Vanderkolk
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:14 pm
    The minute people get an inkling that Google is going to make changes to its algorithm, Webmasters everywhere get into frenzy and small business owners know that the changes are going to have some impact on the way the search engine perceives their business websites. April 21 was the day Mobilegeddon was unleashed on the world. Google had announced this a few months in advance and it set everyone wondering about how it was going to impact them. Let’s take a look at what Mobilegeddon is, its implications and how it changes things. About Mobilegeddon It’s an update to Google’s algorithm…
  • Landing page tweaks that can increase your conversion rate

    Nathanael Vanderkolk
    26 Feb 2015 | 3:04 pm
    You have a highly optimised website. Your SEO strategy is impeccable. You rank within top 10 search results. You have a highly effective PPC campaign that diverts a good amount of traffic to your website. What more could an online business ever desire! But wait, when you check your conversion rate, you get disappointed.  Even after having a high traffic on your website, you fail to get the business that you expected. This may happen if your landing page fails to impress your visitors. Here are a few landing page changes that you can make to increase your conversion rate. KISS (Keep it short…
  • Social Media and SEO: Are They Really Connected?

    Nathanael Vanderkolk
    10 Feb 2015 | 7:58 pm
    Every company today is fighting for the highest ranking in search engines like Google. In this fast paced, globalised and extremely competitive world, it’s all about the exposure that your company obtains and the public perception of your brand. Search engine optimization and social media are interconnected and if your company has a marketing strategy that incorporates both of them successfully, then you have nothing to worry about. Using SEO tools and social media in the right way is especially important for local businesses who don’t have the resources that corporate giants do. Your SEO…
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  • Quickest Way to Build PR9 Backlinks from the Top 12 most popular Websites

    seoexperts
    9 Jun 2015 | 10:51 am
    Quickest Way to Build PR9 Backlinks from the Top 12 most popular Websites To get to the top of the Google Search Engine – or any other search engine – you need to develop the best Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for your blog. You need to be an SEO expert – on-page, off-page and all other tactics. At the same time, developing the best quality backlinks will help secure those top search engine ranks. What back links can do, there are several ways to create back links, and today I want to talk about the best method to build PR9 backlinks to the most popular social networking…
  • Why Are Sites with Poor Content Outranking Yours?

    seoexperts
    20 May 2015 | 7:31 am
    Why Are Sites with Poor Content Outranking Yours? Ever wondered why you never come at the top in popular search engines? You have what it takes, a unique and captivating content, and above all a well-designed webpage: but you never appear at the top most part in the searching engines. This can be frustrating especially when you have a look at other top ranked sites and realize that you have far better content than they have. You may wonder how these rankings are administered because according to your own judgment, you deserved to be at the top. Site rankings are never judgmental and they are…
  • The Best WordPress Plugins to Get More Traffic to your Website

    seoexperts
    19 May 2015 | 12:38 pm
    The Best WordPress Plugins to Get More Traffic to your Website You might already know that WordPress is a very good platform when it comes to SEO. On the next lines, I’ll show you the right way to go one step further. Let me share with you the best plugins that helped me increase the traffic to my sites. All of these plugins aim to improve the number of visitors not only by helping you get a good position among search engines, but mainly by guiding the occasional reader back to your site… and bring some friends in the process!   Sharebar – Social Media Slider     It…
  • 22 Ways to Increase Traffic to Your Website

    seoexperts
    11 May 2015 | 8:10 am
    22 Ways to Increase Traffic to Your Website “More customers” is the top ranked item on the wish list of every business owner and marketer. A wish for “more web site traffic” comes in a close second. This makes sense when you consider that increased web visits means more buyers. Fortunately, there are several ways to increase the number of website visits. Today we are going to look at a few of them. 1. Advertise Advertising is an obvious choice, but consider carefully which method will work best before you open your wallet. Excellent advertising venues include paid…
  • Getting Great Blog Content Ideas From BUZZSUMO

    seoexperts
    8 May 2015 | 8:24 am
    WAYS OF GETTING GREAT BLOG CONTENT IDEAS FROM BUZZSUMO It is very normal for writers to experience some kind of mental block. So imagine how hard it can be for a blogger to go through the same scenario. Bloggers, unlike writers, have a more demanding audience. This audience need constant satisfaction through provision of constantly flowing, engaging and informative writing materials. A blogger has to write at least 3-4 articles every week so as to maintain his audience while targeting or attracting new ones. As a result, bloggers have to have fresh ideas for their writing materials. Coming up…
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  • How I write My Blog Post

    Shafiqul Islam
    20 Jun 2015 | 1:47 am
    Can you imagine a website without any content? You have all the themes, designs and colors in your website, but no content, The post How I write My Blog Post appeared first on Think A Mentor.
  • 10 Best Free Blog name Generator

    Sojib Rahman
    7 Jun 2015 | 4:10 am
    Today, I am going to recommend you 10 best free blog name generator, which you can use for your purpose. If you The post 10 Best Free Blog name Generator appeared first on Think A Mentor.
  • 10 Best SEO Add-Ons for Firefox

    Tafser Ahmed
    6 Jun 2015 | 4:04 am
    Be introduced to the 10 SEO add-ons for Firefox, and choose your best one. The add-ons allow you to look into the The post 10 Best SEO Add-Ons for Firefox appeared first on Think A Mentor.
  • Top 10 Google AdSense Alternatives for 2015

    Tafser Ahmed
    5 Jun 2015 | 4:59 am
    I will discuss today top 10 Google AdSense alternatives for 2015 that are pretty good to earn a handsome amount of money. The post Top 10 Google AdSense Alternatives for 2015 appeared first on Think A Mentor.
  • 10 Best Free Plagiarism Checker Tools

    Shafiqul Islam
    25 May 2015 | 2:24 am
    Plagiarism means trying to turn off one’s idea, or word, as one’s own without giving any credit of a source. Shortly, plagiarism The post 10 Best Free Plagiarism Checker Tools appeared first on Think A Mentor.
 
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  • what to do when your seo strategy fails

    mindfiremedia
    28 Jun 2015 | 8:28 am
    What to do when your seo strategy fails to give you the results you wanted here is a step by step guide on how to do an seo strategy audit to help find where you went wrong and how to improve your strategy to increase your website rankings in search engines. Take the time to polish up your website on-page seo use your own knowledge to create search engine friendly pages to maximize your search results. Make sure all your pages title tags / meta tags start with your main keyword you want to rank for it’s a simple technique but works well when optimizing pages for search engines and…
  • how to do your own seo for free on your website

    mindfiremedia
    27 Jun 2015 | 10:51 am
    Are you looking how to do your own seo for free on your website because you are on a tight budget these tips will give your seo a boost so that you can do your own seo for free without spending a penny that you would have to pay an agency to do for you at a monthly cost. If you have access to your website through a content management system CMS you can make all the changes yourself if your website is Html you can use an editor to make the changes to your website then upload the new changes to your hosting servers as long as you have the FTP codes to do an upload but do be careful if you…
  • 3 types of links you can get

    mindfiremedia
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:32 pm
    There are 3 types of links you can earn for you website and they are all you should focus on when trying to boost your websites seo strategy remember link building is still an important role to focus on and always look for quality rather than quantity. 1. Naturally earned links: Naturally earned links are the best links you can get for your website these type of link are earned through good quality content and website content that other websites want to link to as an information source you will only get these by taking the time to create worth while content they can be follow or no follow…
  • Avoiding simple seo mistakes with your website

    mindfiremedia
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:14 am
    Here are a list of some of the most common mistakes people make when optimizing their websites for search engines and they can be easily avoided as long as you are aware of them and know how to tackle them and avoiding simple seo mistakes with your website and what to consider when promoting your website online in search engine results. By not making your website easy to navigate you run the risk of alienating customers and search engines because they can’t find pages and content that they are looking with search engines it could stop your pages being indexed and not showing in the…
  • What makes a good website 3 core values to consider

    mindfiremedia
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:11 am
    So you have decided to get your business a website or looking to improve an already existing website to generate more profit for your business and increase sales and leads through your doors. Keeping this simple is the best is the best way and it all falls into 3 core values that need to be factored in these are design, content and links they will form how search engines rank your website in the search engine results and it also forms a large part of your seo strategy to improve these rankings. Design: Designing your website is the first stage in getting good results create a website that is…
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    Digital Information World

  • Train Marketing Biceps: Your 10 Minute #AdWords Management Workout - #infographic

    29 Jun 2015 | 9:37 pm
    An Adwords overview suitable for advertisers working with third-party digital agencies and wanting to evaluate what a ‘management fee’ should in most cases be buying for them. In other cases, for those who have not refined their workflow and management process and feeling a little over committed after noticing a huge skyscraper of workload peering down at them; learning to maintain multiple campaigns can get a little tricky.The ’10 minute AdWords Workout’ could be defined as a non-comprehensive, easy to follow series of best practice overviews. “When do I optimise”“What do I…
  • Content Marketing, SEO, Email, Social Media, Online PR: 5 Essential Marketing Workflows

    28 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    “Marketing can be chaotic, Shifting priorities, ongoing revisions, and countless approvals - not to mention tracking, measuring, and reporting the results of campaigns. It can all be overwhelming. A good workflow is sanity-water, making teamwork more efficient, eliminating unnecessary errors and stress, and aiding repeat success. Use these 5 essential workflows to cure the marketing madness.”
  • How To Calculate The ROI For Your #SocialMedia Channels - #infographic

    26 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Calculating return on investment of your social media marketing campaign has never been an easy proposition. Some have found their magic formula, while others continue to tinker and adjust their funnels, while others still debate whether or not their social media efforts can be assigned a monetary value. Social ROI will look different for everybody, that's why the folks at Sumall have created this handy infographic-guide to help you get started.
  • #SocialMedia Marketing: How to Get Your First 1000 Followers on Pinterest - #infographic

    26 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Has your Pinterest growth stalled? Are you wondering how to grow your Pinterest audience? Then wonder no more!In this infographic, designed by Quicksprout, you’ll discover 5 simple steps to quickly increase your number of Pinterest followers.Key Takeaways:Fill out your profile completely. Make sure you fill out as many of the following as possible: e.g Email address, contact name, profile picture, about section, website etc.Verify your website or blog so you can implement Rich Pins and have a verified icon of your website on your profile. Fact: Pinterest Rich Pins with prices averaged 1.5…
  • Influencer Marketing Is The New King Of Content - #infographic

    25 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The amount of digital content that’s produced daily is mind blowing. With so much online noise, readers are getting smart about who they turn to for inspiration and advice, and meanwhile, they’re filtering out the rest. They’re turning to influencers that have earned their trust by constantly providing the best inspiration. According to a recent infographic by The Shelf, 92 percent of consumers trust recommendations from other people – even someone they don’t know – over brand content. This changes the scope of marketing for every brand trying to get in front of their target…
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    AdamVowles.co.uk

  • How To Build Links With Free Samples

    Adam Vowles
    6 Jun 2015 | 4:54 am
    I work with lots of eCommerce brands. eCommerce can be very difficult for SEO (that is why i like it). The sites are usually filled with duplicate internal and eternal duplicate content, the SERPs are often dominated by big established brand, and it is very difficult to build links,   Here is one easy way to build some contextual links that can add some real value for any eCommerce store. Just give away free samples. That is it, no complicated, diverse strategic plan, just give away free samples.   This strategy only really works if you have the margin to cover your costs. If you…
  • How To Bring Your Images to Life with Cinemagraphs

    Adam Vowles
    24 May 2015 | 8:30 am
    What are cinemagraphs? Cinemagraphs are basically a cross between a still image and video. They are created from a video which contains some form of repeated movement. Normally you are aiming for a subtle effect, where at first glance the image seems completely natural. Cinemagraphs are saved in a animated GIF format. This means that the user does not need to press play and the GIF plays on a continuous never ending loop.     What tools do I need? There are two main ways that I create cinemagraphs. In this example you will need a minimum you need Adobe photoshop CS5 Extended  It…
  • How To Find Data For Your Infographics

    Adam Vowles
    16 May 2015 | 4:20 am
    Info-graphics can be a great way to build links and brand authority. However a poorly designed info-graphic with terrible data will just as easily have the reverse effect. It is true that too many info-graphics are churned out by lazy marketeers looking for quick wins. You need to do your research and their needs to be a purpose to the content.   A successful info-graphic hinges on: a great design a interesting data set   Please make sure you do your research properly as this can make or break the success of your campaign. if you are  struggling to find data for your info-graphics,…
  • How To Find Free Images For Your Blog

    Adam Vowles
    9 May 2015 | 4:10 pm
    If you are anything like me, you have spent endless hours searching the web for the perfect image to accompany your newly written blog post. We all know the saying ‘a image speaks a thousand words’ and you don’t want to settle for one that speak ten. Well you are in luck, in today’s post I am sharing with you my collection of royalty free image sites for you to easily find your perfect image. I have been curating this list for a number of years now and i thought it would be about time to pull it out of my browser and share it with you all. So without further a do, here…
  • Broken Link Building with Xenu Link Sleuth

    Adam Vowles
    18 Apr 2015 | 6:48 am
    Broken link building can be a great tactic to use and a wonderful conversation starter when it comes to outreach. It can add real value to both you (getting a link) and your prospect (removing the broken link from their site). However, as a tactic it can be very time consuming. You are relaying on something out of your control – that there are in fact broken links. A great deal of work and time can be consumed with no guarantee that it will pay off.   This is a simple method to bulk checking broken links for your targets. All you need is a couple of free tools. Xenu Link Sleuth Scrape…
 
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    Gotch SEO

  • Don’t Ignore This Google Analytics Data

    Nathan Gotch
    24 Jun 2015 | 12:57 pm
    Google Analytics is a goldmine of data about your website, but there are many data points that even the most seasoned pros overlook. I’m going to show you the 7 most undervalued stats inside Google Analytics and how you can use them to your advantage. 7 Hidden Gems in Google Analytics Use the following 7 […]
  • Are PBNs Worth It?

    Nathan Gotch
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:41 am
    Private blog networks (PBNs) are one of the most used link building tactics in SEO, but are they worth it? In this post, I’m going to explain the pros and cons of using a PBN and at the end, you’ll be able to decide if using one is “worth it”. 3 Reasons NOT to Use […]
  • This Ranking Factor is the Future

    Nathan Gotch
    10 Jun 2015 | 12:51 pm
    And it is…. organic click through rate (CTR). I’m so happy that CTR has become a strong ranking factor because it requires anyone doing SEO to also understand the art of copywriting. In this post, I’m going to show you 11 ways to increase your click through rate in Google. Why Does Organic CTR Matter? In […]
  • The White Hat Alternative to PBNs

    Nathan Gotch
    2 Jun 2015 | 12:29 pm
    Is it possible to leverage the power of private blog networks without actually building one? The answer: “YES!” The strategy that I’m about to show you is white hat, safe, and if you want, will allow you to never have to use a PBN again. Let’s start: The Strategy You’re going to leverage the links […]
  • How to Use Majestic SEO Trust Flow

    Nathan Gotch
    29 May 2015 | 5:28 am
    Majestic Trust Flow is the king of link metrics in 2015 and will continue to be for a very long time. I’m going to show you how you can use this metric for competition analysis, link audit/penalty recovery, and link prospecting. Let’s jump right in. Why Trust Flow is King As it stands right now, […]
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    Tech strategy guru

  • Twitter comes with new behaviour-GIFs, videos and Vines will be automatically played by default

    SwapnilJ
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:55 am
    Today happens to be a remarkable day as Twitter declared to be the current social network to come up with the feature to auto play CIFs, videos and vines by default without any external help, following a style popularised by Instagram and Facebook. Just as in the case of Facebook, videos on Twitter will be played automatically just as the user come across through it. There will be no volume when played by default, but if the user clicks on it, the video will be displayed along with audio. Similarly, GIFs and Vines uploaded on Twitter will behave the same. This new feature will be soon…
  • Google takes a step to discontinue PageSpeed Services since August 2015

    SwapnilJ
    2 Jun 2015 | 5:35 am
    PageSpeed Service is an online service which is used to speed up the pages automatically and moreover, this service is for free. Google declares that this service will be discontinued, “We see PageSpeed technology in a much broader aspect through our products and therefore, have decided to emphasize our efforts on improvising those.” Google has broadcasted that the PageSpeed Service team will be focusing on their efforts again after 4.5 years and thus, as a result, PageSpeed services will be dismissed. You must note that if you are recently using PageSpeed service by Google, then by…
  • Google I/O 2015 announces lots of latest and Exciting Features

    SwapnilJ
    1 Jun 2015 | 10:12 pm
    The Google’s Smartphone OS might lack in certain features, but it is on the verge of improving. Android M is one the latest version that surely focuses on different aspects of the system. Ranging from power management optimization to development of Android Play each and every feature has been well controlled. Android M Google has now introduced its next version of Android. The Senior Vice President, Sundar Pichai said that it completely focuses on “polish and quality.” He also announces about the access of HBO Now on the Play Store. Apps Permissions It is the new feature that has been…
  • You can now post GIFs on Facebook

    SwapnilJ
    31 May 2015 | 11:41 pm
    Facebook became all new with the latest statement being issued to TechCrunch. It said “We have come up with animated GIFs support in News Feed. This facility has been upgraded for you to enjoy Facebook more and have lots of fun with your friends here.” Well, you are free to express your feelings now in Facebook with a little added fun. Your News Feed will consist of more humor now as Facebook can support GIFs. Earlier, users on Facebook could insert GIFs only from Giphy. GIFs could only be uploaded by users directly from the website which belongs to the company. But all that is past, now…
  • Find your strategy: 6 actionable social media strategies from successful brands

    SwapnilJ
    31 May 2015 | 9:57 pm
    Today the most influential source affecting lives of this population is social media. In order to earn accolades here you have to be able to provide something fresh which has been never seen before. In conducting an analytical study in connection with seeking the reasons as to why some brands are more successful than others, social media tops the list. There can be several approaches adopted to popularize a brand, surveys may be conducted with the goal of establishing needs of this population or the brands could go in for wide scope publicity of the brand. Reaching out to the target, which is…
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    SEO WEB DESIGNS

  • Beyond Great Content: Shred the Floccinaucinihilipilification

    Craig Kirkby
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:00 am
    Author: Craig Kirkby Beyond Great Content: Shred the Floccinaucinihilipilification Yes, content is important to SEO. Wait, let me say that again. Great content is absolutely critical to SEO. But the game has changed, and the goal posts have shifted. Google is demanding more. Great content is not enough anymore. We’ve gone beyond great content. Why? Well, Google is […] The post Beyond Great Content: Shred the Floccinaucinihilipilification appeared first on SEO WEB DESIGNS.
  • Google goes Mobile Gaga, For Real!

    Craig Kirkby
    27 May 2015 | 3:15 am
    Author: Craig Kirkby Google goes Mobile Gaga!   A long-held belief stated that Google gave more weight to websites that were compatible to mobile devices. This was based on the obvious reality that more and more people were searching the Internet using their iPhones and smartphones. Now, there is no more need for speculation or guesswork. Google has […] The post Google goes Mobile Gaga, For Real! appeared first on SEO WEB DESIGNS.
  • WordPress.COM or WordPress.ORG?

    Craig Kirkby
    24 May 2015 | 8:37 pm
    Author: Craig Kirkby WordPress.COM or WordPress.ORG? WordPress is the one of the world’s most popular website Content Management Systems (CMS), and it comes in two distinct forms: .COM or .ORG. If you’re confused, you’re not alone. Although they’re both part of the same happy, if not a little inbred, family, they serve different purposes. And if you’re looking […] The post WordPress.COM or WordPress.ORG? appeared first on SEO WEB DESIGNS.
  • Google Images: Free Game or Copyright Infringement?

    Craig Kirkby
    24 May 2015 | 5:55 am
    Author: Craig Kirkby Can I Use Google Images or is it Copyright Infringement? Would you lift a shirt from your favourite clothing shop because you’re planning on giving credit to the store for having it in stock? Lifting a copyright image from Google images is an indiscretion of the same kind … even if you add, “Picture credit: […] The post Google Images: Free Game or Copyright Infringement? appeared first on SEO WEB DESIGNS.
  • Are First-page Guarantees Legit?

    Craig Kirkby
    24 May 2015 | 5:38 am
    Author: Craig Kirkby Are First-page Guarantees Legit? If you do a search for SEO services, you’ll turn up any number of sites making lavish guarantees, boldly promising to usher you onto the blissful “first page” of search engine paradise. Having just performed this search query, I found this audacious and even fallacious claim: “Rank #1 guaranteed.” In my […] The post Are First-page Guarantees Legit? appeared first on SEO WEB DESIGNS.
 
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    New General Knowledge

  • How to know who is calling you with unknown no.

    sugandha chejara
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:14 am
    You can get detail of any unknown no. with your PC, laptop or android smart phone. It is very simple. You can get real name of the caller, not ID proof which he was used to activate the SIM. How to get unknown caller name in android phone? It is very simple in Android smartphone. Go to google play store and download TRUECALLER app. install it. Fill any mobile no. and get right result. You can get all information about any caller. If you have not save any number in your call register, It will tell you by searching in its own directory that who is calling you. useful android apps for…
  • How to avoid hacking your mobile balance info

    sugandha chejara
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:46 am
    Here is the best trick for prevent your mobile balance detail from hackers or service which provide check friend’s balance detail. what is check friend’s balance detail service? Check Friend’s balance info service is the funny service of many mobile network provider. In this, there is a special no. which ask you 10 digit mobile no. and give you all balance info of that no. some says it is hacking trick but it is not any hacking trick. Why I making this post today? today I have worst experience. My friend told me about this and I was amazed this is real, How can a service…
  • Best 50 Ways To improve Your Google Adsense Revenue

    sugandha chejara
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    Here is best tips for increase your google adsense income. we all know google adsense is the best advertising network for all publisher who pays most of the revenue . Google take only 32% but gives publisher 68%. Google display different types of ads on our site which gives different CPC. some of gives only 0.02$ per click but some gives 2.0$ per click. It is depending on country visitors and ads type. dating site ads giving few income but website hosting etc gives high revenue.   Google Adsense revenue improving tips: Adsense doesn’t work the same for every publisher, so I suggest…
  • Convert your Facebook fan page in your personal website free

    sugandha chejara
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:15 pm
    If you want to convert your Facebook fan page in your personal or business website homepage, It is totally free. now this is very easy. Here is best trick for make this possible. We all know Facebook is a large social platform which is giving opportunities to connect more peoples in small business. Facebook is a social site, if you have not any big budget for investing in advertisements, Facebook can help you get more customers. You should create a your business fan page for get feed back of your customers. you have to get more likes for connect more peoples. you can use Facebook advertising…
  • How to get approved Google adwords account quickly tips

    sugandha chejara
    22 Jun 2015 | 10:21 pm
    Here is the best tips for get quick approval Google Adwords account easily. Google is strict for its TOS. many of advertiser facing problem with approval team. Today I am giving you the most successful tips for get quick approved. what is google adwords? How to signup in google adwords? Google adwords is a advertising network provided by Google. you can advertise your brand with its search engine and its partners site. Whether you’re looking to bring in new website visitors, grow online sales, get the phones ringing or keep customers coming back for more, Google AdWords can help. Your…
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    Barefoot

  • SEO for Authors: a guide to marketing your own work on the internet

    Piers Moore-Ede
    13 Jun 2015 | 10:39 am
    <p><img class="alignright wp-image-22159" src="http://www.barefootseo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/amazon-alamy_2060041b.jpg" alt="SEO for Authors" width="329" height="206" /><span style="color: #000000;">With traditional book sales dwindling and independent book shops closing in droves, it’s safe to say the days of the printed word on paper may be numbered. Last year, sales of printed books fell by £98m – a drop of 6.5% from 2012, and this trend looks set to continue. So what does this mean for…
  • Many Eggs, Many Baskets: Diversification as the key to surviving Google

    Piers Moore-Ede
    23 May 2015 | 3:14 am
    <p><a href="http://www.barefootseo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/eggs-in-one-basket.jpg" rel="lightbox[21972]"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-21973" src="http://www.barefootseo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/eggs-in-one-basket.jpg" alt="eggs-in-one-basket" width="250" height="252" /></a>These days link penalties are incredibly common. In it’s race to offer a clean and fair ranking system, Google is becoming quicker than ever to penalize major sites for apparent transgressions. Here…
  • Barefoot’s 5 Actionable SEO Tips for WordPress Users

    Piers Moore-Ede
    18 Apr 2015 | 2:17 am
    <p><a href="http://www.barefootseo.com/web-design/">WordPress</a> has been one of the greatest success stories on the internet: it now controls some 66% of the entire CMS market, 18,9 % of the entire web! 31 percent of these users are using the platform on their iOS app, 30 percent on their Android phone, 18 percent on their Android tablet, and 12 percent through the desktop app (1) . What was once the province of small blogs has also expanded to become a CMS capable of handling major websites. Brands which are using <a…
  • Using Google’s Cache to Examine your Onpage SEO

    Piers Moore-Ede
    19 Mar 2015 | 10:44 am
    <p>Many webmasters have yet to discover the hidden power that Google offers via allowing us to see their <a href="https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/1687222?hl=en">cache</a>. When auditing a new site, this is one of the standard ways we can get a glimpse of how Google actually sees a site, and what the potential problems may be with on site SEO. As the web gets more and more image-centric, and videos and flash take up more and more real estate on major sites, it’s more important than ever that we remain aware of the current limitations of the Google…
  • Why aren’t your website visitors hanging around? Tips for increasing Engagement.

    Piers Moore-Ede
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:55 am
    <p><a href="http://www.barefootseo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/fish_1396516c.jpg" rel="lightbox[21858]"><img class="alignright wp-image-21859" src="http://www.barefootseo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/fish_1396516c.jpg" alt="attention span" width="322" height="202" /></a>We all know the scenario: you click on a link which appears attractive in some way, only to arrive at the site and find it doesn’t match your expectations. Something about the site jars with us: the aesthetic, perhaps; a…
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  • Top 10 Free Backlink Checker Tools

    Tafser Ahmed
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:57 pm
    Backlink building is the most vital part of off-page SEO. The modern search engine optimization is about to nothing without creating good backlinks. If your backlinks are not relevant, reliable or trusted to the search engines, you may be penalized. On the other hand, you are creating only backlinks and backlinks, but you are not checking how they are working. It is also harmful for your site. Checking finds out both the good and bad backlinks. So, you can measure, how to improve or polish the broken backlinks to get more benefits. Or you can make a plan how to build more natural backlinks.
  • 46 Best Link Building Software

    Tafser Ahmed
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:51 pm
    Link building software needs if you want to create an outstanding backlink relation. The modern SEO mostly depends on the relationship building within various web networks. The more your site has web networks, the stronger your site is. So, you must take it carefully to build safe backlinks. For those purposes, you can take help from various well-known link building software or tools. Today, I basically show you 46 link building software or tools that can save your time and money as well as create a valuable link network that ultimately bring success. Anyway, let’s see the link building…
  • 47 Best Free and Premium SEO Tools Software

    Sojib Rahman
    19 Jun 2015 | 1:49 am
    Without the right execution of search engine optimization, you cannot expect a good bunch of profits or revenues from your website or business. The proper SEO functionalities depend on some vital things. First- the latest update or SEO techniques you should maintain to get higher rank. Then, you need to put your site’s SEO strategies in the absolute spaces. And many more important jobs are to be accomplished. You can optimize your site both manually and by taking the benefits of SEO tools or software. The SEO tools help you to go on the success path that you have cherished for the days. Now…
  • 17 Best SEO Blogs both for Newbies and Experts

    Tafser Ahmed
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:57 am
    Whether you are a newbie or professional, if you want to keep abreast of the advanced or the latest strategies of SEO, you must read regularly the latest SEO topics. Without reading the best SEO blogs, you cannot be an SEO genius. Today, I will share the top 17 SEO blogs that can help you to perform your SEO activities easily and rightly. I use “easily” and “rightly” because they are most important terms for doing the search engine optimization perfectly. A slight mistake can harm your site lot, while the right job can rise up your site in less time to the search engines.  You can do…
  • 9 Best SEO Software

    Sojib Rahman
    9 Jun 2015 | 11:21 pm
    Without SEO, maybe you cannot create a good profit from your website. And doing SEO with raw hands or manually is a tough task. Or you can not alone analyze your SEO or website. So, you need some best SEO software that will help you to increase your SEO performances. There are lots of SEO tools over the internet. You have to find out the best ones that are mostly used by the SEO experts. Today, I basically show you 9 best SEO software that will fulfill your ultimate goal. To get a higher rank, you have to look over every step of your SEO works, like keyword research, competitor analysis,…
 
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  • 4th of July Party

    Joshua Belland
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:48 pm
    CJ Hatley Be Like: Bryan Ezzell Be Like: Ali Hudnall Be Like: April Barriga BE LIKE Jenny Smith Be Like: Dillon Carpenter Be Like: Joshua Belland Be Like: Ben DeArmond Be Like: Martin Fassi Be Like: Every Body Be Like: HAPPY 4TH OF JULY. LET’S PARTY: The post 4th of July Party appeared first on Joshua Belland, written by Joshua Belland
  • Top 10 SEO Mistakes During a Website Redesign

    Joshua Belland
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:46 am
    During a website redesign, each department has a different list of tasks to achieve their goals and meet their deadlines. The last thing a designer or a developer wants is to tick off the project manager, and the last thing a project manager wants to do is catch heat from the client they’re working with…. […] The post Top 10 SEO Mistakes During a Website Redesign appeared first on Joshua Belland, written by Joshua Belland
  • 13 Point SEO Audit For Your Next Website Redesign

    Joshua Belland
    22 Jun 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Factors to Check in an SEO Audit With Free SEO Pre & Post Launch Checklist Everyone who cares about SEO should know their website and have everything documented. The reality is most don’t. So prior to redesigning a website, you should perform a SEO audit assessing the following factors: Information Architecture – You should have the […] The post 13 Point SEO Audit For Your Next Website Redesign appeared first on Joshua Belland, written by Joshua Belland
  • Dad, You Inspire Me #DadInspires

    Joshua Belland
    15 Jun 2015 | 1:54 pm
    Jeff James started a cool Father’s Day campaign called #DadInspires. All you have to do is record a video of yourself holding a sign with one or two words conveying how your dad inspired you. Once you record the clip (up to 30 seconds), just post it on twitter or facebook with #dadinspires. Check mine out! #DadInspires […] The post Dad, You Inspire Me #DadInspires appeared first on Joshua Belland, written by Joshua Belland
  • Semantic Search SEO Strategy Case Study

    Joshua Belland
    1 Jan 2015 | 10:07 pm
    When building out a new web page, you need to be thinking about how your users receive the message and how Google reads it. The fact is that you want to engage your readers by making it simple and interesting to read, but at the same time, keywords still do matter… No matter what the […] The post Semantic Search SEO Strategy Case Study appeared first on Joshua Belland, written by Joshua Belland
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  • Google Introduces Updates to Improve Click Quality on Display Ads

    Imran Pasha
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:07 am
    Google has introduced new updates to combat the issue of inaccurate clicks on display ads. These updates are also meant to make the mobile experience seamless and curb the advertising costs. The search engine giant has identified the areas that are more prone to accidental clicks and will include a buffer zone around these areas. Users will have to click on the central part of the image to navigate to the app or advertiser’s website. Users will no longer be able to click on the icon of the app to visit an app store page to install the app. To visit the app site, they need to click on the…
  • Pinterest Streamlines Image Search

    Rituraj Borooah
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:42 am
    Pinterest has improved its image search interface. Users can now find what they are looking for more easily and accurately. It has incorporated spell check feature too! Earlier when people searched something, the results were concealed amidst different pins and boards. Now when users tap the search, it shows the top-trending searches and glimpse of subjects you are searching for. Here’s a snapshot of the streamlined image search interface:   Sarah Tavel, Product Manager at Pinterest wrote on blog.pinterest.com,About 12% of all searches on Pinterest include a spelling error, which can…
  • Thumbtack’s Penalty Reversed Within a Week

    Sunil Prajapati
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:50 am
    We reported how Google penalized Thumbtack, an online marketplace for local services for resorting to unnatural links. However, less than a week after it got penalized Thumbtack’s penalty has been reversed! The company filed the reconsideration request after which its manual action was lifted within a week. But this has not gone down well with many SEOs and webmasters around the world, as it is widely known that it takes months for the penalty to be reversed after filing the reconsideration. A majority of them say that Google has given a preferential treatment to Thumbtack as it has the…
  • France Gives Ultimatum to Google on Right to Be Forgotten

    Rituraj Borooah
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:03 am
    France has given a time limit of 15 days to Google to implement ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ across all its domains. If the search engine does not delist the links, then it will have to face a fine of €150,000. After the Court of Justice of the European Union gave the historical decision on 13th May 2014 recognizing the right to delist, Google de-indexed the links from European domains only. However, EU wants this rule to be applied across all its domains around the world. Here’s a snapshot of the regulator’s statement “ Considering the necessity to draw the attention of search…
  • Twitter CEO Dick Costolo To Step Down

    Sunil Prajapati
    12 Jun 2015 | 4:51 am
    Twitter today announced that CEO, Dick Costolo would be stepping down from his post and that Twitter’s Co-Founder and Chairman Jack Dorsey will take over as an interim CEO effective from July 1. However, Costolo would remain a board member at Twitter and search for a new CEO will take place. The micro-blogging site has published a press release announcing about the transition. Costolo said in the press release, “I am tremendously proud of the Twitter team and all that the team has accomplished together during my six years with the company. We have great leaders who work well together and…
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